JAWAHAR NAVODAYA VIDYALAYA, CHAURASIA, KAIMUR

CONTINUOUS AND COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION

SCHOLASTIC AREA

§  The central Board of Secondary Education introduced the scheme of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation in its schools in a phased manner up to class X.  The detailed guidelines are given in the CBSE manuals for Teachers for classes VI to VIII and IX & X for effective implementation.

§  In general, for the purpose of the CCE, an academic year has been divided into two terms. The first term will be from 1st April’14 – Last week of September’14 and the second term from 2nd week of November’14 to 31st March’15.

§  The CCE in classes is intended to provide holistic profile of the learner through evaluation of both Scholastic and Co-Scholastic areas spread over two terms in a year.

Evaluation of Scholastic areas:    Each term will have two Formative assessments and one Summative Assessment for evaluation.

FORMATIVE/SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT 2014-15

Type of assessment

Percentage of weight age  in an academic session

Proposed Dates

Term wise weight age

VI to X

VI to  X

FA1

10%

28th  to 31st July 2014

50%

FA2

10%

10th   to 12th Sept 2014

SA1

30%

22th Sep’14 to 1st Oct’14

FA3

10%

21th to 23th Jan 2015

50%

FA4

10%

24th to 26th  Feb 2015

SA2

30%

12th  to 26th Mar 2015

CO-SCHOLASTIC AREA:- This consist of four area on a Fiver Point grading scale once in a session.
PART-2(A)- Life Skills consist of :-

·         Self awareness

·         Problem solving

·         Decision making

·         Creative Thinking

·         Interpersonal relationship

·         Effective Communication

·         Empathy

·         Managing Emotion

·         Dealing with stress

PART-2(B) Work Education

PART-2(C) Visual and Performing Arts

PART-2(D) Attitude and Values

·         Attitude towards teachers

·         Attitude towards Schoolmates

·         Attitude towards School Programms and Environment

·         Value System

These are to be filled in after a period of observation over the year by the class teacher in consultation with the subject teachers.

PART 3 : It has two sub parts to be accessed on a five point grade scale.

PART 3 (A):-

·         Literacy and Creative Skills

·         Scientific Skills

PART 3 (B):-

·         Sports

·         Yoga

SCHEDULE  FOR UNIT TESTS (XI & XII) 2014-15

Sl. No

UT

Date

Classes

Remarks

1

I

28th to 31 July-2014

XI & XII

Dates of UT may be decided at the Vidyalaya level

2

II

27th to 30th August-2014

XI & XII

3

III

27th to 30th September-2014

XI & XII

4

IV

27th to 30th November-2014

XI & XII

5

V

29th to 31 December-2014

XI

6

VI

29th to 31 January 2015

XI

SCHEDULE FOR PREBOARD EXAMINATIONS CLASS XII 2014-15

S.NO

ASSESSMENT

PROPOSED DATE

1

Pre-Board-I CLASS XII

24th TO 31 Dec’2014  

2

Pre-Board-II CLASS XII

19th  to 31st Jan’15

3

Revision Exam.  CLASS XI

15th to 25th Feb-2015

 

COVERAGE OF SYLLABUS & CONDUCT OF VARIOUS EXAMINATIONS:

 

1.             For Class-XII 100% syllabus has to be completed by 30th Nov’2014.

2.             For XI Class 100% syllabus has to be completed by 31st January 2015 and for other classes First Term syllabus should be completed by 15th September 2014 and Second Term by 15th February 2015.

3.             The schedule for U.T. (XI & XII), formative assessment F.A-I, F.A.-II, F.A.-III and F.A.-IV and Summative Assessment (S.A.-I, S.A.-II) .

4.             The result analysis of Summative-I and Summative-II of classes VI, VII, VIII, IX and S.A.-I of Class-X and Term-I (XI & XII), Term –II (XI only) is to be submitted to R.O. within 48 hours of completion of examination.

5.             The Practicals in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Geography & Computer Science, Bio Technology etc. of Board Classes should be completed by the end of November 2014 and record work should also be completed by December 2014. Further practicals in Science for classes IX & X should be conducted alongside the concepts taught in theory classes.

6.             A complete record of various practicals conducted as per syllabus should be maintained at Vidyalaya Level.

7.             Details of practicals to be conducted in different classes & subjects should be displayed in concerned lab along with list of practicals completed and the same needs to be maintained up to date.

There should be co-relation between the marks allotted in internal examinations, practicals and marks obtained by the students in external examinations. A large deviation in the board results reveals the poor quality of evaluation at the Vidyalaya level.

BENCH MARK FIXED FOR PASS PERCENTAGE AND SUBJECT AVERAGE:

Class X

As regard to class X, the students are to get a minimum of 8 grade points in each subject.

Class XII

The following pass percentages and subject averages for class XII Board Exam are fixed as target for the session 2014-15

Pass percentage: 100%

SUBJECT-WISE AVERAGE

Subject

Target Fixed for 2014-15 (%)

English Core

80

Hindi Core/Elective

85

Maths

80

Physics

80

Chemistry

80

Biology

80

Computer Science

85

Classes VI to IX

In respect of classes VI to IX, apart from ensuring 100% pass, the subject average is fixed as under.

·         For languages:    85%

·         For Maths, Science and Social Science - 80%

         FOR CLASS XI:

   Pass Percentage    - 100%

SUBJECT-WISE AVERAGE

Subject

Target Fixed for 2014-15. (%)

English Core

70

Hindi Core/Elective

70

Maths

75

Physics

75

Chemistry

75

Biology

80

Computer Science

80

 

PROFICIENCY TEST:

The specific objective of this test is to  measure an individual’s abilities and skills in a domain or subject to know how well he/she has learnt, understood and internalized the related concepts and principles. Such a test in language may assess a student’s skills in reading, writing, listening, speaking or vocabulary. Similarly a test in Science may focus on assessing students’ abilities to apply concepts and principles to analyse a given situation, solve a given problem and conduct practical work efficiently. A test in Mathematics may similarly assess problem solving abilities and skills of mathematical thinking, mathematical reasoning and procedural techniques followed by students. Thus, the Proficiency Test will mainly focus on assessing students’ abilities and skills to apply knowledge and understanding of any subject to new and unfamiliar everyday life situations.  The core testing element of such a test will include observing, comparing, classifying, solving, translating, interpreting, analyzing, synthesizing, creating, composing, deducing, Justifying and judging/evaluating.  Principals and teachers of JNVs are required to motivate the children to appear for this proficiency test.  Application forms for the said proficiency test can be submitted online to CBSE in CBSE website. 

APTITUDE TEST:

The Aptitude of a child reflects the inherent capacity, talent or ability of a child.  Aptitude tests are known to be reliable predictors of future scholastic achievements as they provide a profile of strength and weakness of a student.  It is a battery of aptitude tests, which also combine interest profile of a student.  The CBSE aptitude test coincides with the onset of adolescence and beginning of career concepts.  It is also aimed to empower a child with self knowledge.  The aptitude can be of various types like Scientific Aptitude, Social Aptitude, Behavioural Science Aptitude, Numerical Aptitude, Art Aptitude and other interest areas.  These tests are conducted for class X students by CBSE to know the students preference for subjects after class X.  However, it should also be taken as indicator or facilitator.  It would help the parents, teachers and students to initiate a dialogue on subject choices together with students’ assessment from other sources.  The Principal may assess the number of class X students’ interest to enrol for these tests and thereafter register online on the CBSE website.

THE PHYSICAL EFFICIENCY TEST

 It pertains to cardiopulmonary endurance, flexibility, muscular strength and muscular endurance.   In order to achieve these objectives, a teacher has to conduct a battery test in different areas/events to assess the child stamina, endurance, team spirit, coordination, level of confidence and above all inherited capacity of a child to perform.  In the physical efficiency domain. Various activities are suggested for this purpose:

§     Conduct of field events i.e., jumps, throws, track events and various games like volley ball, foot ball, kabaddi, khokho, badminton, cricket, hockey, etc.

§     Various exercises leading to adoption, progression, specificity, overtraining, balance, cardiopulmonary endurance, aerobic fitness, etc. 

§     Physical Education Teacher in the Vidyalaya can perform these tests and record the achievements for judging the children potential and physical efficiency.