SYLLABUS & PROMOTION RULES

CBSE Assessment Structure and Evaluation comprise of two terms; Term 1 and Term 2.

TERM-1 First Half of the Academic Year (100 Marks)
20 Marks for Periodic Assessments + 80 Marks for Half Yearly Exams

TERM-2 Second Half of the Academic Year (100 Marks)
20 Marks for Periodic Assessments + 80 Marks for Yearly Exams

In the Yearly Examinations, for I-V, the entire syllabus of the Second Term will be covered. For Class VI, the entire syllabus of the Second Term plus 10% of the significant topics from Term 1 syllabus will be covered. For class VII, the entire syllabus of the Second Term plus 20% of the significant topics from Term 1 syllabus will be covered. For class VIII, the entire syllabus of the Second Term plus 30% of the significant topics from Term 1 syllabus will be covered.


Internal Assessment (20)

A student has to secure 33% marks out of overall 20 marks in each subject. Internal Assessment will be completed through

  • Periodic Written Tests – 5 marks
  • Multiple Assessments – 5 Marks
  • Portfolio – 5 Marks
  • (Class Work, Peer Assessment, Subject Achievement etc.)
  • Subject Enrichment Activity – 5 Marks
  • (Projects, Labs, Practical etc.)

Marks and Grades will be awarded for individual subjects. A student has secure at least 33% in each of the mandatory subjects, languages, Science, Maths and Social Science. 8-Point Grading will be followed.


8-Point Grading Scale
91 – 100 A1
81 – 90 A2
71 – 80 B1
61 – 70 B2
51 - 60 C1
41 – 50 C2
33 – 40 D
0 – 32 E (Needs Improvement)
* E means ‘Failed’.

Co-scholastic Activities

Work Education, Art Education, and Health & Physical Education activities will be graded on a 3-point grading scale.
A – Outstanding
B – Very Good
C – Fair


Discipline(Attendance, Sincerity, Behaviour, Values)

As Discipline significantly impacts career shaping and it helps build character, the elements of discipline such as sincerity, good behaviour and values develop strength and foster unity and co-operation are graded on a 3-point scale.
A – Outstanding
B – Very Good
C – Fair


CO-CURRICULAR PROVISIONS

For the holistic drawing out of the best from students, and considering the left-brain and right-brain students equally, CPS provides series of different kinds of co-curricular activities like, dream seeding programs, student activation programs, student motivation programs, student enrichment programs etc.


School Clubs

Every child is born with unpredictable talents and capacities. It is only though deliberate and conscious efforts, student’s skills can be taken out. 6 Schools Clubs function to make platforms to celebrate children’s inner talents. Once a student reaches in Grade V, membership in any one of the school clubs is compulsory. Each Club will have a Club President, Club Secretary, and a Property Manager. School Clubs have a Club Constitution. Each club is committed to function as per the articles of the Club Constitution. Each club have pride properties like Club Flag, Club Logo and Club Anthem. Club Activities will be under the supervision of Club Mentors.