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INSTRUCTIONAL POLICY

AFFILIATION

Arya Gurukul, Nandivali, Kalyan (E), is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education New Delhi and prepares students for the all India Secondary School Examination (Class – X, XII). No. CBSE I Aff. 1130186 (SS-00496-1112) /School Code – 45055.

The Addresses of the Board are as under:

C.B.S.E. Head Quarters C .B.S.E. Regional Office

The Secretary                                          The Regional Officer

Central Board of Sec. Education,        Central Board of Sec. Education

2, Community Centre                            Plot No. 1630 A

Shikshak Kendra, Preet Vihar,              15th Main Road,

New Delhi – 110 092.                             Anna Nagar (West),

Phone: 2612 1985/26280101             Chennai – 600 040.

The rules, policy and components regarding curriculum and evaluation are subject to modification by CBSE.

Examination / TESTS-CCE [Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation] Grade I to V

Project Method – Evaluated by Formative Assessments every month. There is a continuous assessment through these and the date of these tests will not be announced in advance. The student is expected to learn his/her daily routine work. Parents must make sure that they create the right attitude in the child towards his daily work and also try to ensure that the child is not complacent about the performance in the class test or assignments.

The parents may seek clarification regarding the CCE system from the respective section Co-ordinators by prior appointment.

Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) as Proposed by CBSE

In accordance with the norms laid down by the CBSE, Arya Gurukul has introduced CCE in Primary and Secondary Sections. This assessment system is both continuous and comprehensive and covers different aspects of pupil’s growth. The word ‘Comprehensive’ refers to any educational practices, both Scholastic and Co-Scholastic, in Arya Gurukul that bring in its ambit all those areas and aspects of the pupil’s personality which are amenable to evaluation. These include:

  1. Personal and social qualities (Regularity, Punctuality, habits of cleanliness, co-operation, sense of responsibility, initiative, stability, sense of social service etc.)
  2. Interests (musical, artistic, literary and sports).
  3. Desirable attitudes (Democracy, secularism, socialism, national integration, attitude towards school programmes and school property, respect for society, peers, parents, teachers, elders etc.)
  4. Health status (height, weight, health, hygiene, freedom from disease etc.)
  5. Proficiency in co-curricular activities (both indoor and out-door like debating, dramatics, speech, club activities, games and sports, swimming, scouting, Red Cross etc.)

Continuous Evaluation helps in regular assessment to the extent and degree of learner’s progress (ability and achievement with reference to specific scholastic and co-scholastic areas).

It is continuous since it is conducted at regular intervals during the course of the lesson. It may be daily/ weekly / monthly/ at the close of a chapter, lesson, unit or sub-unit. It gives valuable data about the strengths and weakness of the children and helps the teacher to make suitable changes in his efforts.

Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) identifies areas of aptitude and interest. It helps in identifying changes in attitudes, and value systems.

  • CCE is a process to provide holistic profile of the learner through regular assessment of scholastic and co-scholastic domains of development.
  • This scheme aims at making evaluation an integral part of teaching-learning process.
  • The scheme focuses on all round development of personality of the learners.
  • The scheme also envisages improving on-going teaching-learning processes by diagnosing the learning gaps and offering corrective and enrichment input.
  • The CCE scheme brings about a paradigm shift from Assessment to effective pedagogy.

SCHEME OF ASSESSMENT

Primary Section: Grade I to V

The Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation would be spread over the year with three evaluations during the year. The focus will be on identifying the talents of the learner and to empower the child with positive inputs.

TERM ITERM IITERM III
April to JulyAugust to NovemberDecember to March
Evaluation – IEvaluation – IIEvaluation – III
FEFEFE

GRADE – V will appear for Summative Assessments in October and March, these assessments

will be Evaluated as written tests under Formative Evaluation (FE).

The Evaluation will be done any time during the course of a lesson. It may be taken daily,

weekly or monthly at the close of a chapter, lesson, unit or sub-unit.

The Board has recommended a five point scale for indicating the achievements in the following order:

A+ – Outstanding                     A – Excellent                B – Very Good

C – Good                                  D – Average

Codes used in assessments (I-V)
CConcept not clearPPresentation of Answer inadequate
CMCalculation MistakeSSpelling Error
FFormation of Sentences to improveSPStepwise not done
GFormation of Sentences to improveSTStatements not written
HHandwriting to improveUUnits not written
IIncomplete answerKAnswer lacks key points
LLabeling Error/Not done  

CRITERIA FOR ASSESSMENT OF SKILLS

Grade I & II : Language :

English / Hindi

Reading Skills

• Pronunciation

• Fluency

• Comprehension

Writing Skills

• Creative writing

• Handwriting

• Grammar

• Spellings

• Vocabulary

Speaking Skills

Conversation

• Fluency

• Spontaneity

• Content

Recitation

• Memory

• Pronunciation

• Voice modulation

• Expression

Listening Skills

• Comprehension

Extra Reading

Activities & Projects

• Concept

• Information collection

• Presentation

Grade I & II : Maths

Written Skills

• Concept • Application

• Tables

Mental Ability

• Concept • Application

• Tables

Lab Activities

• Concept • Application

• Tables

Project

• Concept • Application

• Tables

Grade I & II : EVS

Written Skills

• Concept • Application

• Environmental sensitivity

Lab Activity

• Concept • Application

• Environmental sensitivity

Project

• Concept

• Information collection

• Presentation

• Environmental sensitivity

Group Discussion

• Observation

• Listening

• Thought organization

• Speaking

• Environmental sensitivity

Grade III, IV & V : Language :

English / Hindi

Reading Skills

• Pronunciation

• Fluency

• Comprehension

Writing Skills

• Creative writing

• Handwriting

• Grammar

• Spellings

• Vocabulary

Speaking Skills

Conversation

• Fluency

• Spontaneity

• Content

Recitation

• Memory • Pronunciation

• Voice modulation

• Expression

Listening Skills

• Comprehension

Extra Reading

Activities & Projects

• Concept

• Information collection

• Presentation

Grade III, IV & V : Maths

Written Skills

• Concept • Application

• Tables

Mental Ability

• Concept • Application

• Tables

Lab Activities

• Concept

• Application

• Tables

Project

• Concept

• Application

• Tables

Grade III-IV & V: EVS/SCIENCE

Written Skills

• Concept

• Application

• Environmental sensitivity

• Scientific skills

Lab Activity

• Concept

• Application

• Environmental sensitivity

• Scientific skills

Project

• Concept

• Information collection

• Presentation

• Environmental sensitivity

• Scientific skills

Group Discussion

• Observation

• Listening

• Thought organization

• Speaking

• Environmental sensitivity

• Scientific skills

SST

Grade III-V

• Written Skills

• Concept

• Application

• Social Sensitivity

Activity/Project

• Concept

• Application

• Social Sensitivity

Group Discussion

• Observation

• Listening

• Thought Organization

• Speaking

• Social Sensitivity

Secondary Section: Grade VI to VIII

SCHEME OF STUDIES

Part – 1: Academic Performance : Scholastic Areas :-

  1. (a) Scheme of Studies – A Candidate is required to study:

Language I : English or Hindi, Language II (any Language other than Language I), Mathematics, Science and Social Science. Additional Subject (Optional): Any Language other than Language I/II /Commerce, Painting, Music, Home Science and Fundamental of Information Technology.

(b) Candidate with Learning disabilities may offer : English or Hindi and any four out of – Mathematics, Science, Social Science, other one / two language(s), Commerce, Painting, Music, Home Science and Fundamental of Information Technology.

2(a) Each academic year has been divided into two terms:

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

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

FA – Formative Assessment : School based internal assessment.

SA – Summative Assessment : (Grade – VI – VIII)

 

 

Part – 2: Co- Scholastic Areas(Skills and Suggestive Activities) :

2 (A) Life Skills :

Thinking Skills : Self Awareness, Problem Solving, Decision Making, Critical and Creative Thinking

Social Skills : Interpersonal Relationships, Effective Communication and Empathy

Emotional Skills : Managing Emotions and Dealing with Stress

(B) Work Education : Cookery Skills, Preparation of stationery items, Tying and dyeing and screen printing, Recycling of paper, Hand embroidery, Running a book bank, Repair and maintenance of domestic electrical gadgets, Computer operation and Maintenance, Photography etc.,

(C) Visual and Performing Arts : Music (Vocal, Instrumental), Dance, Drama, Drawing, Painting, Craft, Sculpture, Puppetry, Folk Art forms etc.

(D) Attitude and Values towards : Teachers, School-mates, School Programmes & Environment and Value Systems

Part – 3: Co- Scholastic Activities :

3 (A) Suggestive activities

  1. Literary & Creative Skills : Debate, Declamation, Creative Writing, Recitation, Essay Writing, Poster-Making, Slogan Writing etc.
  2. Scientific Skills : Science Club, Projects, Maths Club, Science Quiz, Science Exhibition, Olympiads, etc.
  3. Information and Technology (ICT) : PowerPoint Presentation, Website and Cover Page Designing, Communication , Animation, Programming, E-books etc.
  4. Organizational & Leadership Skills(Clubs) : Eco Club, Health & Wellness Club, Disaster Management Leadership Skills Club, AEP and other Clubs.

3 (B) Health and Physical Activities:

  1. Sports/Indigenous sports (Kho-Kho etc.)
  2. NCC/NSS 3. Gardening / Shramdaan 4. Swimming 5. Gymnastics
  3. Yoga 7. Scouting and Guiding 8. First Aid

Promotion to Higher Class:

(a) Every student is required to get a qualifying grade D or above in all the subjects excluding 6th additional subject (only For IX & X Grade) as per scheme of study for the purpose of promotion to next class.

(b) A student getting E1 or E2 grade in scholastic areas in one or more subjects will have to improve his/her performance in one subsequent attempt to obtain qualifying Grade D in these subjects.

(c) If a student fails to obtain qualifying grade D in one or more subjects, even after adding grade points from co-scholastic areas & after availing one improvement chance, he/she will be required to repeat the same class during next academic year.

(d) It is mandatory to appear in both Summative Assessments during the academic year.

 

Improvement Chance:

(I) After summative assessment II in class IX, a student will get only one more chance for improvement to obtain a qualifying grade D. This is also applicable to those students who are not able to appear in summative assessment due to sickness.

(II) This chance may be provided preferably within a time of one month from the time of declaration of final result. Some flexibility in time schedule for conduct of improvement examination may be kept in mind for convenience of all.

Syllabus :

(I) Syllabus for improvement examination will be same as that of SA II/Annual Exam.

Rules for Assessment:

  1. Requests for the issue of Progress Report before the declaration of results will not be entertained.
  2. A duplicate of Report Card (if lost/damaged) shall be issued on a payment of ` 500.
  3. Promotion Criteria: Promotion is based on (I A) Scholastic assessment, (I B) internal assessment and (Part II) Co Scholastic and (Part III) discipline of the students throughout the year and also on the performance in the Annual Exam at the end of the term.

Grade I TO IX & XI:

Attendance less than 75% and not able to cope up with the syllabus resulting in low grades in assessments of a particular class in a session may result in detention in the same class.

Projects will be prepared by the students in the school.

Note: Parents are required to note that, during board exams of Grade X & XII students shall plan their vacation after 7 days of the last exam. This will help the students to avoid panic situation in case of postponement of the board exam.

AWARDS AND TROPHIES

To recognize and encourage deserving students, the school has instituted the following awards/scholarships:

  1. A) Shri Jogindernath Anand Malik Merit scholarship awarded every Year to the outstanding student of Grade X
  2. B) Smt. Chandrani Jogindernath Malik Merit Scholarhship awarded every year to the outstanding student of Grade IV

Eligibility for outstanding student : Grade IV &X

  1. Students should have been a pupil of our school for at least 3 years.
  2. Apart from academic excellence, student should also excel in extra curricular activities.
  3. Regularity in attendance, general behavior inside and outside the school, attitude

towards social service and the cumulative performance for last 3 years.

  1. Achiever of the year award:

Instituted in memory of Late Smt. M. Ponnammal Nair – Grade I- III

Late Shri P. L. Verma – Grade V- IX

This award, valid for a year, is conferred on the most brilliant student of each class in each academic year.

Eligibility for Nominees and achiever of the year award – Grade I- III &V-IX

  1. The Student must exhibit exemplary conduct and behaviour.
  2. The student who secures the highest marks among all the sections of his/her class will be awarded.
  3. A tally of Scholastic and Co-Scholastic activities.
  • Scholastic (as per the report card 50%)
  • Co-scholastic (Individual & team 40%)

– Internal Competitions (20%) – External Competitions (20%)

  • Attitudes & Values (10%)

III. Nex Gen Trophy for the best HOUSE (Grade I to IV)

ENEM Trophy for the best HOUSE (Grade V to X)

Awarded to the House that scores highest aggregate in the following areas:

  1. Literary b. Cultural c. Academic
  2. Attendance e. Games & Athletics
  3. Shri Devendranath Malik Cup (Grade I to IV)

Shri P. L. Verma Cup (Grade V to X)

Awarded to the best sports person for all round performance in indoor, outdoor games and athletic events.

Eligibility:

  1. Participation in minimum of two games / events.
  2. Five points will be awarded to the members of the winning team and three points to the runner up.
  3. At the interschool level credits are awarded if the player represents the school in the school team.

The credit are as follows:

  • Taluka level – 05 credit pts. • District level – 10 credit pts.
  • Zonal level – 15 credit pts. • State level – 20 credit pts.
  • National level – 25 credit pts. • Internation level – 30 credit points

Sports Team events: Ist prize-10 credit pts, IInd Prize-7 credit pts

Athletic events: Ist place- 5 credit points, IInd place-3 credit points, IIIrd place-2 credit points.

  1. Smt. Chandrani Jogindernath Malik Merit Scholarship awarded

every Year (Grade X)

Students who have been awarded Certificate of Merit on the basis of outstanding performance and obtaining Grade A1 in all the five subjects (excluding additional 6th subject) opted by the candidate in AISSE (All India Secondary School Examination)

  1. Perfect Attendance Certificate

Awarded for each Academic Year to students who have 100% attendance.

(Attended school on all working days including school programmes, events and other days they are required to attend school).

VII. Arya Gurukul Honour Society (AGHS)

Eligibility:

The students of Arya Gurukul satisfying any one of the following and his/her parents/guardian will become the member of the Honour Society:

  1. Scoring the top stratum of grades as calculated on the combined performances of the terms of the previous academic year(April to March) [A+ for Primary & A1 for Secondary].
  2. Exemplary achievements in the Zonal, District, State, National &International Level.
  3. Any student found to be fit to be invited to become member based on the criteria to be resolved by the Honour Society and would be modified from time to time.

VIII. Smt. Surinder Rani P. Verma Merit Scholarship

Awarded to the best performer, Grade XII AISSE (All India Secondary School Examination)

Board Exam – Science.

Eligibility: The student should score 75% and above.

  1. Smt. Namrata Rishi Malik Merit Scholarship

Awarded to the best performer, Grade XII AISSE (All India Secondary School Examination)

Board Exam – Commerce.

Eligibility: The student should score 75% and above.

Management,
ARYA GURUKUL