Examination and Tests

A regular and timely assessment plays a significant role in the process of Teaching-Learning. We formally conduct four kinds of tests, examinations, and assessments.

  • Major Examination (Pen-Paper Exam)

    • The Mid-Term/ Half-Yearly Exam is conducted in September-October months. This is a Three hour long examination amounting to 80 marks in pen-paper exam.
      Prior to the Board Examination of class X, two Pre-Board Examinations for class X will be conducted, following the same question paper pattern of Board Examination. The first Pre-Board Exam is likely to be commenced from 12 of December. The Second Pre-Board Exam is likely to begin from 03 of February
    • The Annual Exam is conducted in the month of March. This is a Three hour long examination amounting to 80 marks in pen-paper exam.
  • Periodical Tests (pen-paper Test)

    Periodic Tests are conducted periodically.

    • Each test (except that of PT 2 whose total marks amounting to 80) is a one and half hourtest amounting to 40 marks in pen-paper test.
    • Periodic Test 1 (PT 1) is conducted in the month of July.
    • Periodic Test 2 (PT 2) is conducted in the month of September/October.
    • Periodic Test 3 (PT 3) is conducted in the month of December
  • Class Tests/Surprise Tests

    Class tests or surprise tests are conducted as per the discretion of the subject teacher. He/she may conduct such a test as and when required – mostly after teaching a lesson or a unit.

  • Internal Assessment

    Internal Assessment is mostly evaluated on the basis of the performance of students in different aspects. The skills, habits , neatness and attitude of a student are regularly monitored by the subject teacher and some deserving credit is awarded to the student.

In addition to the above mentioned formal tests, we also conduct Oral Tests, Dictation Tests, Spelling Test, Quiz programmes, etc.

Results

Results are published a few days after the examination/test. The school proposes to publish the results online from the next academic session onwards so that parents can also peruse the progress of their wards instantaneously.