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Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation in Primary Section
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES OF CCE:

  1. To assess the student at a short and regular intervals.
  2. To implement the enrichment programme.
  3. To assess the students in all round development.
  4. To rectify their deficiencies at the earliest.
  5. It brings continuous improvement in the performance of a learner through constant diagnosis of gaps and difficulties in learning and helping the learner in overcoming them through remediation of instructions.

The following action has been taken at the school level:
1. The students do not carry the school bags from their home and the school bags are kept in the desk at the school.
2. No home work is given up to class - II.
3. Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation with no Pass-Fail criteria up to class - V. 
4. The students' achievement record is formulated accordingly. So up to class-II, two year profile of the students will be maintained and for students in class III to V three year profile of the students will be maintained. In order to facilitate CCE “Alternatives to Homework.” guidelines by CBSE is used, which helps the students to develop confidence and competence. 
5. The Life skills and ‘core values are developed among the students and in this arduous task, the role and the responsibility of the parents and the family cannot be marginalized. The school reflects the profile of the students in the prescribed format of the Achievement record. The profiles of the students are reflected in a five point scale. The absolute marks are translated into grade in academic assessment.

EVALUATION
Assessing a student by collecting information on his/her progress of learning using a variety of procedures and making judgments accordingly.

FACTORS THAT NEED TO BE EVALUATED

Abilities.
Attitudes.
Achievements.
            Adjustments

Creative self expressions.
Work study skills.
Critical thinking

In order to achieve the goals of evaluation 5 point Grading System is introduced in place of marks at the primary level

REPORTING STUDENTS’ ACHIEVEMENT 
While reporting students’ achievement in different areas, indirect grading in absolute scale having five points is used. The grades for the following distribution of marks are as follows:

  1. A* Outstanding 90% - 100%
  2. A Excellent 75% - 89%
  3. B Very Good 56% - 74%
  4. C Good 35% - 55%
  5. D Scope for improvement below 35

The grade of the child can be computed in the achievement card based on the percentage of presence of behaviour indicator. Certain remarks can be made in scholastic and co-scholastic areas as well as the achievement level of the child. These remarks will help the parents and the child to provide the learning skills in that area by devoting more learning efforts.
Thus, continuous and comprehensive evaluation is a useful proposition for improvement of students' achievement through continuous diagnosis, remediation, encouragement and appreciation. It requires coordinated and concerted efforts on the part of Principal, teachers and parents of the Vidyalaya for the multifaceted personality development of the child. The ratingscales are expected to help the teachers in proper placement of students in terms of the different grades.

 

ASSESSMENT

SCHOLASTIC- 
Hindi 
English
Maths
Environmental science

CO-SCHOLASTIC
Life skills
Attitude & values
Outdoor activities
Creative & literary 
Clubs
Performing arts

 

NEW SYSTEM OF EVALUATION

Evaluation for the whole session will be divided into TWO TERMS

FIRST TERM  -April to Sept               FA1 + FA 2 +SA 1
FA 1 is a Pen Paper Test, will be held in the month of July
FA2 is to be assessed based on the activities suggested and HW/CW/TESTS
(Regularity in submission, Index, correct spelling, legible handwriting and neatness) The process of assessment will   continue from April to June& Aug.SA 1 is a Pen Paper Test will be held in the month of Sept.

SECOND  TERM  - Oct to March         FA3 + FA 4 + SA 2
FA 3 is a Pen Paper Test, will be held in the month of November.
FA4 is to be assessed based on the activities suggested and HW, CW
(Regularity in submission, Index, correct spelling and neatness) neatness) the process of assessment will be continuing from Oct to Dec. & Feb.
SA 2 is a Pen Paper Test, will be held in the month of March.
FA2, FA 4 are to be assessed on the basis of performances in Class Work, 
Home assignments, projects, quiz, discussions, debates, story telling,
News reading, slogan writing, experiments etc. It may be for Individual, group, pair and whole class.

SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES IN LANGUAGE (English/Hindi)

  1. Role play
  2. Creative writing
  3. Slogan writing
  4. Story telling
  5. News reading

 

  1. Spelling test
  2. Debates
  3. Picture composition
  4. Poem Recitation
  5. Article Reading

 

SUGESTED ACTIVITIES IN MATHS

 

Quiz
Game
Abacus
Dodging
Visual clips
Mental ability test

 

Place value
Formula book
Table drilling
Shapes designing 
Fast calculation
Group calculation

SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES IN EVS

  1. Models
  2. Collage
  3. Role play
  4. Exhibition
  5. Scrap book

 

  1. Experiments
  2. Nature album
  3. Poster making
  4. Group activity
  5. Slogan writing

 

 

 
 
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