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Student Evaluation System
“Everybody is a genius. But you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree – it will live its whole life believing it is stupid” - Ablbert Einstein -
Phychological development is not uniform across individuals. It occurs at different rates in different persons. Any attempt to fast track this development leads to an early burn out in child hood and individual may be rendered incapable during his / her later years.
Abhyasa follow the system of 'continuous' and multi mode evaluation. The system adopts an 'Objective' and 'Foolproof' methodology to provide a realistic assessment of each student at the various stage of schooling. While the system of continuous evaluation tests the 'Knowledge' of a student and ensures his / her constant academic preparedness, the 'Multi mode evaluation system' tests the skills and competencies of student and portrays his / her areas of aptitudes, personality strengths and weakness etc.,
- Oral and written tests are conducted on completion of every topic / chapter.
- An examination is held at the end of each term to evaluate the retention capacity of the student and reinforce what has already been learnt during the term. There are two such examinations – one during the month of October and the other during the month of March.
The Noteworthy Eeatures of these Examinations are :
Due emphasis is laid on reasoning and analysis while questions are prepared for the 'Question Bank'. Question papers for all subjects across classes are generated by a computer – just before the examination and moderated by the academic administration. This way the preparedness of the student and the teacher is optimal as there is no scope for guessing questions. The examination papers do not offer choice between topics / questions. The student is therefore not tempted do omit any portion of the syllabus for study.
Papers are Valued Strictly to cover grammatical and spelling mistakes in all subjects. co-coordinatirs scrutinize the valued answer scripts of students, to ensure that marks are not awarded liberally.
Plurality is reality among students too. In recognition of this fact, the, 'above average' performer is given a higher target to achieve. They would attempt the exam for 120 marks. On the other hand the below average student is counseled and given special attention by each subject teacher during the preparatory classes and after class hours , to improve his/her performance.
Classes X, Xl and Xll have Weekly Cycle Tests to enable student tackle questions / problems with varying difficulty levels and those that require analysis. The excrcises and test papers are drawn from various external sources to prepare the students for board exams and other comparative exams.
All children are gifted with different abilities, all off which cannot be tested through a written examination at the end of the year. Internal Assessment is aimed at assessment students, knowledge, skills, internet, initiative, industry, attitudes etc.
Laboratory practicals and field works in the subject related to natural sciences and projects, seminars and workshops, in the subject related to social sciences are evaluted on a chapter-wise basis. Such evaluation forms part of the internal assessment of each student – done by the respective subjec teacher. Observations to the extent of participation in class room learning, group discussions, response to questions, etc are recorded by the teachers – as a part of Qualitative Assessment. Creative abilities and originality of the student are evaluated from the assignments and projects done during the vacations.
FEEDBACK AND REPORTS
An Elaborate Evaluation Report for each student is available to the parent at the end of each term – in october and april. The report portrays the 'Scores Achieved' in internal qualitative assessment and external quantitative assessment of written tests and examinations. Observations made by teachers of student participation during classrooms transactions – are also recorded in the report.
The 'Grade Point Average' is calculated at the term – end encompassing all curricular and co- curricular activities and the student's performance is assessed on a 10 – point scale.
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