We, at St. Joseph’s make attempts to assess the aptitude and attitude of the learner by nurturing inputs in a stress free environment. Education at the school level is to make learning a joyful experience. Evaluation of the students performance is an integral aspect of curriculum implementation. Therefore, the following methods are adopted at various levels for evaluation
Under the guidelines of the CBSE, the CCE will be spread over the whole year. There will be four scholastic evaluations during the academic year assessed through Five point grading system. Besides this, each child will also be assessed twice in co-scholastic area through the activities like – project making, group discussion, team work, spell well, quiz, power point presentation, debate, poetry recitation, declamation, collage making and various other Art & Craft activities.
Middle and Secondary block (VI to X)
There are no formal tests / exams at the Primary Wing. Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation Policy as per CBSE rules is being implemented at the Primary Wing under which the children are evaluated in academics including assignments / project work, activities and personality development throughout the year. The profile of the students is being reflected in CBSE prescribed graded format instead of marks.
- Assessment in scholastic areas will undertake subject enrichment activities(5%),Notebook submission(5%),Periodic tests (10%) and Term examination (80%)
- In Term assessments, the question paper in every subject will be based on Term I syllabus and Term-II syllabus.
- An academic year has been divided into two terms – Term I (extending from April to September) Term II (Extending from October to March)
Term I and Term II will have following weightage:
Term I:20 % from Internal Assessment I +80% Term Examination I
Term II:20 % From Internal Assessment II + 80% Term Examination II
(Unit 1 + Term I ) + (Unit II +Term II)=Final term
Maximum Strength in Class = 40
Senior Secondary Block
The streams offered at senior secondary level are -Science, Commerce and Humanities.
|Science Group||English ,Physics, Chemistry, Physical Education/Computer Science/Painting, Math/Biology.|
|Commerce Group||English, Economics, Business Studies, Physical Education/Information Practice/Painting, Maths, Accountancy.|
|Humanities Group||English, Political Science/Psychology, Sociology, Economics/Punjabi, Physical Education/Information Practice/Painting.|
Students can opt for Math as an additional subject which gives them extra benefit while seeking admission in higher classes.