PLAN OF THE ASSESSMENTS FOR the ACADEMIC YEAR 2018-19 FOR CLASSES I TO VIII, IX, X, XI, XII

**July 2018 date sheet**

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1. In the monthly assessment, proportionate syllabus/ content will be covered accordingly as per plan. Monthly distribution of syllabus may be taken for reference.

2. Monthly Assessment will be held in the first period of the respective week.

In the month of April, there is no monthly test.

**Half yearly date sheet September 2017 1st to 12th class**

**The year 2017 2018 date sheet 1st to 8th class**

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**Year 2016 date sheet below**

**June/July 2016 monthly test date sheet Govt. school**

In month May monthly test will be from 25.05.2016

Also see

**CLASSES-VI and VIII**

Final Result :

Total Marks for:

Monthly Assessment 20 x 7 = 140 marks to be converted into 20 Marks for Annual Result (Dividing factor 7).

For example, if a student scores 120 marks out of 140 in all monthly Assessments. Then 120 will be divided by 7 = 120/7 = 17.1 round off to 17marks which will be taken in his/her final results towards Monthly Assessment.

Half Yearly Assessment 40 marks to be converted into 20 Marks for Annual Result (Dividing factor 2).

For Example, if a student scores 37 marks out of 40 in Half Yearly Assessments. Then 37 will be divided by 2 = 37/2 = 18.5 round off to 19 marks which will be taken in his/her final results towards Half Yearly Assessment.

Annual Assessment 80 marks to be converted into 40 Marks for Annual Result (Dividing factor 2).

For Example, if a student scores 76 marks out of 80 in all Annual Yearly Assessments. Then 76 will be divided by 2 = 76/2 = 38 marks, which will be taken in his/her final results towards Annual Assessment.

CCE Marks

**For Classes III to V**

CCE will include workbook, class room participation and attendance having respectively maximum 20, 10 and 10 marks in whole academic session. These 40 marks will be converted into 20 Marks for Annual Result (Dividing factor 2).

For Example, if a student scores 34 marks out of 40 in all CCE Components. Then 34 will be divided by 2 = 34/2 = 17 marks which will be taken in his/her final results towards CCE Assessment.

**For Classes VI to VIII**

CCE will include PBL, class room participation and attendance having respectively maximum 20, 10 and 10 marks in whole academic session. These 40 marks will be converted into 20 Marks for Annual Result (Dividing factor 2).

For Example, if a student scores 38 marks out of 40 in all CCE Components. Then 38 will be divided by 2 = 38/2 = 19 marks which will be taken in his/her final results towards CCE Assessment.

Thus, for total 100 marks, 20 marks will come from all Monthly Assessment, 20 marks will come from Half Yearly Assessment, 40 marks will come from annual Assessment and 20 marks will come from CCE i.e. project work/workbook, classroom participation, and attendance.

DETAIL DESIGN OF MONTHLY, HALF YEARLY AND ANNUAL ASSESSMENTS

**CLASSES-I and II**

Monthly Assessment

Total Marks : 10

Time : 45 Minutes

Design : Assessment will be in the form of assignment based on Pictorial Type, Matching Type, Recognize Type,

Colouring Type questions etc.

Half Yearly Assessment

Total Marks : 20

Time : 60 Minutes

Design : Assessment will be in the form of assignment based on Pictorial Type, Matching Type, Recognize Type,

Colouring Type questions etc.

Annual Assessment

Total Marks : 30

Time : 75 Minutes

Design : Assessment will be in the form of assignment based on Pictorial Type, Matching Type, Recognize Type,

Colouring Type questions etc.

Final Result :

Total Marks for:

Monthly Assessment 10 x 7 = 70 marks to be converted into 10 Marks for Annual Result (Dividing factor 7).

For example, if a student scores 50 marks out of 70 in all monthly Assessments. Then 50 will be divided by 7 = 50/7 = 7.1 round off to 7 marks which will be taken in his/her final results towards Monthly Assessment.

Half Yearly Assessment 20 marks to be converted into 10 Marks for Annual Result (Dividing factor 2).

For Example, if a student scores 18 marks out of 20 in Half Yearly Assessments. Then 18 will be divided by 2 = 18/2 = 9 marks which will be taken in his/her final results towards Half Yearly Assessment.

Annual Assessment 30 marks

For Example, if a student scores 26 marks out of 30 in Annual Assessment. Then 26 marks will be taken in his/her final results towards Annual Assessment.

CCE Marks

CCE will have total 50 marks which include following four components

Oral assignment = 15 Marks,

Workbook = 15 Marks,

Class room participation= 10 Marks

Attendance = 10 Marks

For Example, if a student scores 42 marks out of 50 in all CCE Components. Then 42 marks will be taken in his/her final results towards CCE Assessment.

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Thus, for total 100 marks, 10 marks will come from all Monthly Assessments, 10 marks will come from half Yearly Assessment, 30 marks will come from Annual Assessment and 50 marks will come from CCE i.e. oral assignments, work is done in the workbook, classroom participation, and attendance.

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Date sheet for monthly, half yearly CCE test. 2015-16