Middle-Kamal Public School,west Delhi,D-Block,Vikaspuri-110018.

Admission Form (2017-18) session   LATEST : (16.05.2017) Extra Class Schedule Uploaded for classes(IX-XII)  (29.04.17) UT-1 Datesheet uploaded for classes VI-X and XII. (22.04.17) Syllabus for Primary Classes uploaded.  NOTE : -Latest updation & circulars also available at alternate website www.kpsvcampuscare.in

 


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EXAMINATION SYSTEM – MIDDLE : CLASSES VI - VIII

Central Board of Secondary Education introduced examination reforms and the scheme of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation in its affiliated schools.  The Board has recommended a seven point scale for classes VI – VIII.

 

The School-Based Assessment Card includes reporting of students’ performance in scholastic as well as given co-scholastic areas in terms of grades.  In order to provide sufficient scope and space for different abilities of different students, number of significant co-scholastic areas has been included in the assessment scheme to ensure learning experiences that help the students acquire skills, attitudes, values and abilities.

 

The assessment in classes VI - VIII will cover both scholastic and co-scholastic aspects and will be carried out in schools over the two terms, Term 1 and Term 2 by means of formative and summative assessments using a variety of tests and assignments.  For purpose of teaching and assessment, the syllabus for different subjects is bifurcated for the two terms.

 

There will be four Formative Assessments each with a weightage of 10% each.  There are two Summative Assessments (SA1 and SA2) with a weightage of 30% each.

        First Term          :       FA1(10%) + FA2(10%) + SA1(30%) = 50%

        Second Term      :       FA3(10%) + FA4(10%) + SA2(30%) = 50%

 

Formative Assessments are carried through using multiple modes of assessment such as assignments, quizzes, debates, Group discussions, Projects and pen and paper test.

 

The Summative Assessment is a written, end of the term examination which may consist of objective type, short answer and long answer questions.

 

For making evaluation comprehensive, both scholastic and co-scholastic aspects are given importance.  Co-scholastic areas consist of Life-Skills, Attitudes and Values, Co-scholastic Activities, Health and Physical Education.

 

A copy of the CBSE Manual is placed on the CBSE website (www.cbse.nic.in) and can be downloaded from under the CCE corner.

 

 

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