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Registration for admission to classes II to V session 2020-21

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As per the directions from AWES-"While there is no compulsion to pay fee immediately nor is the school levying any late fee for this quarter, (if you are not in a financial position to do so), it would be appreciated if you pay the Tuition fee for your ward. This would facilitate the school in managing its recurring expenditure. The School is providing educational support to your ward in the best possible manner under the prevailing circumstances"


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Evaluation And Promotion

Pattern Of Assessment

Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE), as the name implies, is a development process of assessment which emphasizes on two fold objectives - continuity and evaluation on the one hand and assessment of broad range of instructional outcomes on the other.
The Beginning....
The Central Board of Secondary Education first launched the scheme of school based evaluation at secondary from the academic session for class IX beginning in April 1998.

Extension Of The Scheme At Primary Stage

Encouraged by the sucess of this endeavour , the Board initally decided to extend this scheme at primary level and advised the schools to desist from the existing pass-fail system based on terminal examination.

The Board also circulated a copy of a Achievement Record to schools as a model to adopt. The schools have been given the necessary flexibility to incorporate changes suiting to local requirements. The document is aimed at providing a holistic picture of the learner and would not give any negative input about the performance of the learner. The objective is to bring continuous improvement in the performance of a learner through constant diagnosis of gaps and difficulties in learning and helping the learner in overcoming them through remediation of instructions.

Reporting Students' Achievement

While reporting students' achievement in different areas, indirect grading in absolute scale having five points may be used.The grades will stand for the following distribution of marks:

A* Outstanding 90%-100%
A Excellent 75%-89%
B Very Good 56%-74%
C Good 35%-55%
D Scope for improvement Below 35%

Thus, Continuous and comprehensive evaluation is a useful proposition for imrovement of students' achievement through continuous diagnosis, remediation, encouragement and appreciation. It requires coordinated and concerted efforts on the part of Principals, teachers and parents for the multifaceted personality development of the child.

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Promotion Criteria

As per Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation norms of CBSE - I-X

As per AWES norms -XI-XII

Re-Evaluation Of Answer Papers

In case a complaint is received by the principal or by the Chairman, Managing Committee in respect of marking of answer paper in any subject, the principal may re-examine the paper himself/herself or get it examined by another examiner, inform the guardian of the result of such re-examination.

Progress Report

Progress report card will be shown to the parents on the Result/PTM days. Parents are expected to go through it and return it to the class-teacher, duly signed.