INDIA  INTERNATIONAL  SCHOOL (I I S)

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INDIA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
Kshipra Path, Opposite VT Road, Mansarovar, Jaipur - 302020, (Raj.) India
Phone:- +91-141-2786402, 2786403
 Fax : +91-141-2786404

13 November, 2017 

Dear Parent,  

The Annual Photo Session for the students would begin from 17th November, 2017. A folder containing an individual photograph and a group photograph will be handed over to the students along with the annual result. Students are required to deposit an amount of Rs. 130/- with the class mentors by 30th November, 2017 for the same.

 Schedule for the group photo session:                                                               Dress Code: Summer Uniform (Monday)

S.No.

Date

Class

1

17th November, 2017

XI, IB Jr, IB Sr., IGCSE Jr.

2

22nd November, 2017

XII, IGCSE Sr.

3

23rd November, 2017

I to V, CPP (I to V)

4

24th November, 2017

VI to X

 

*This year the school has decided to keep the dress code for the Group Photo Session as Summer (Monday) Uniform. However they can wear their school Track Suit jacket if it is cold.

 

Schedule for the individual photo session:                                         Dress Code: Winter Uniform (Tuesday)

  

S.No.

Date

Class

1

13th December, 2017

X & XI

2

14th December, 2017

VII, VIII

3

15th December, 2017

III, IV

4

16th December, 2017

IX

5

18th December, 2017

V, VI

6

19th December, 2017

I, II & CPP (I to V)

7

20th December, 2017

IB & IGCSE

 

Kindly ensure that your ward attends the school in proper uniform for individual and group photo session on the said dates.

 

Thanking you,

 

Yours sincerely, 

Mala Agnihotri

Principal

 


 

31 October, 2017

Dear Parent,

Our Book Store Extension Counter is ready (it is at Gate No. 1) and will be operational from 3rd November, 2017. Accordingly please note:

- Our previous main book store will be operational as always, but only for students now.
- Any parent / guardian who wishes to purchase any article from the Book store will be permitted only till the Book Store Extension Counter and not the main Book Store. The Book Store timings are from 09:15 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. & 12:15 p.m. to 02:30 p.m.
- Parents need to send their request in advance through Requisition Form (Requisition Form will be available at the Book Store/s, Reception and the school website) so that the packet could be kept ready to be handed over to them after they have paid up at the counter.
- For uniform articles though we will get the measurement checked by our female staff in the main book store, still they will have an option to exchange it within 3 days.
- If a parent wants the student to accompany them at the Counter they may do so after 01:30 p.m.
- Trial Room facility will not be available at the counter.

All the students are required to come to school in proper winter uniform from 10th November, 2017 as per the School Diary.

The winter uniform for all will be made available from the Book Store Extension Counter. Kindly fill in the following requisition form as per Tailor’s measurement in order to enable us to place an order for the cloth well in time. The rates of the various items are mentioned in the Requisition Form.

Please note that the Buttons, Crest and Tie are compulsory with the blazer cloth. Kindly ensure that the crest is stitched on the blazer pocket.

No student will be allowed to wear the uniform of a different shade or texture.

In case of any queries please feel free to contact. Your cooperation in this regard is solicited.

Thanking you,

Yours sincerely,

Mala Agnihotri
Principal
 

 

9th October, 2017

Dear Parent,

Due to a prestigious event (70th Annual Conference of the Indian Commerce Association) being hosted by the IIS University, which will have more than 2500 delegates from all over the country and abroad, the school will not run on the 11th &12th of October 2017.

The School will, however, have classes on the 13th and 14th of October from 10.00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
The buses will run accordingly.

Thanking you,

Yours sincerely,



Mala Agnihotri
Principal
 

 

04 October, 2017 

Dear Parent, 

Once again we are back to share a strategy with you to further strengthen the school systems and make it more safe and secure, for which we seek your cooperation. Please note w.e.f. 10th October, 2017:  

-       the school gate will remain closed from 07:35 a.m. to 01:25 p.m. During this time in case you come to drop your ward (late arrival) don’t leave them outside. Drop them till the reception (for which you need to have the Parent ID Card, please) 

-       parents coming to school to pick or drop their ward in their own vehicle can bring the vehicle inside only till the Yellow Line. Beyond that parents need to come on foot (with Parent ID Card) to pick their ward.  

-       we discourage the students to reach before 07:00 a.m. (unless specified in writing by the teacher). In case they reach early we will keep them inside near the reception or staircase near the school lawns. We will prefer that they enter the school building after the teacher arrives at 07:15 a.m.

-       we also plan to have a Book Store Counter for the parents near Gate No. 1. 

IIS wishes you all a very happy and prosperous Diwali.  

With warm regards,  

Mala Agnihotri

Principal

 


 

4th October, 2017 

Dear Parent, 

The second formal Parent Teachers’ Meet for students of classes 1 to 12 will be held on 7th October, 2017 between 08:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m., wherein the parents will be able to interact with the class mentor and other subject teachers to discuss the academic progress of their ward. Kindly bring your ward for the meeting in Monday uniform, so that he/she can be given attendance for the day.   

The tentative time allotted for your meeting with the Class Mentor is between ______________ and ____________ on 7th October, 2017. 

Please adhere to the time allotted to your ward. In case you are unable to do so, please contact the class mentor a day prior.  

With kindest regards, 

Yours sincerely, 

Mala Agnihotri

Principal

 


04 October, 2017 

Dear Parent,

Greetings from IIS! 

We always aim to guide and support our students in all their endeavours. We hope all the students would have done well in Test-II held recently. Still there could be some issues related to their performance. We are particularly concerned about the academic progress of our Senior Secondary students, as this would lead to and affect their University selections later.  

In order to have a better understanding of the system and address the queries (w.r.t. subject change/ additional subject), we have arranged an Interactive Session with the parents of Grade XI on 7th October, 2017 sharp at 08:00 a.m. Thereafter you will be able to interact with the class mentor and other subject teachers to discuss the academic progress of your ward. Kindly bring your ward for the session in Monday uniform, so that he/she can be given attendance for the day. 

With warm regards,  

Mala Agnihotri

Principal

 


03 October, 2017 

Dear Parent, 

We are enclosing herewith a Registration Form for Class XI students, who would be appearing for the All India Senior School Certificate Examination in March, 2019. Kindly send the form duly filled in and signed latest by 5th October, 2017 along with a total amount of Rs. 170/- as per the following details:

-       Rs. 150/- against Registration for XI – 2017-18

-       Rs. 20/- for passport size photograph which will be arranged centrally by the school  

Also submit a copy of the student’s Class X Mark sheet.

No request for changes will be entertained once the forms have been sent to CBSE Regional Office, which please note.  

Thanking you,

Yours sincerely,

Mala Agnihotri
Principal

 


03 October, 2017 

Dear Parent, 

We enclose herewith a CBSE Registration Form for students presently studying in class IX, who would be appearing for the All India Secondary School Examination in March, 2019. Kindly verify the pre – printed entries and fill up the rest in appropriate columns to give the desired information. In case of any spelling mistake or error in the name (student/mother/father) or date of birth, kindly intimate the school authorities along with an affidavit on a ten rupee stamp paper duly attested by a First Class Magistrate so that the changes could be made in the original form. (The same has already been announced to the students several times in the month of July, August and September)  

Kindly send us the form duly filled in and signed latest by 5th October, 2017 along with a total amount of Rs. 170/- as per the following details:

-       Rs. 150/- against Registration for IX – 2017-18

-       Rs. 20/- for passport size photograph which will be arranged centrally by the school  

No request for changes will be entertained once the forms have been sent to CBSE Regional Office, which please note.  

Thanking you,  

Yours sincerely,

Mala Agnihotri
Principal

 


 

22nd September, 2017 

Dear Parent,  

IIS cares for all its blooming petals! 

It has been observed that lot of parents are giving in to the request of their ward to

-       get the tattoos done

-       get their hair tinted / coloured

-       get fancy hair cut (for boys) done  

A gentle reminder and a humble request that discipline is the hallmark of India International and under no condition will the institution compromise. Therefore, your ward needs to strictly adhere to the dress code.

IIS looks forward to your support and cooperation for our objective is the same - to make them future leaders. 

Wishing you all a very Happy Dussehra! 

With best wishes,  

Mala Agnihotri
Principal

 


16th September, 2017 

Dear Parents, 

Once again we are back with some more valuable information on Careful Usage of Technology. Technology has become an inseparable part of our lives. Children of today have access to a variety of online sources of information, socialization and entertainment. With sites such as You Tube, Facebook, Twitter, online games and other Internet web sites, people can interact with others without the need to be in the area

With the increase in online usage of children, the problems of cyberbullying, cyberstalking, defaming, child exploitation, online games and more have become more prominent. Because of these problems, parents and children must be aware of the potential dangers and what to look for while online

IIS community puts in another effort to guide our students. We request the parent community to monitor their ward very closely. You may find the following guidelines useful for your ward.

1.    Talk to your children about what they do on the Internet. Discuss with children what can happen on the internet. Open communication is the best defence against online games and threats.

2.    Donot give IOS or android phone to your child. Give mobile that supports basic operations like making/receiving of calls and messaging at the most. Providing internet on mobile phone is not necessary at all. A child’s brain is too sensitive to withstand the effects of mobile radiation.

3.    Use firewalls to block offensive sites

4.    Donot allow children to install apps on mobile.

5.    Donot allow children to have account on any social networking sites like facebook, twitter, etc.  This may give lot of stress to children. They can be victim of online predators, cyber bullying, defaming, etc. Following are the warning signs of the same

a.    Switching screens or closing programs when you walk by

b.    Using the computer late at night

c.    Getting upset if he/she cannot use the computer

d.    Using multiple online accounts or an account that belongs to someone else

e.    Feeling sick or dull after use of internet/ social websites

6.    Educate yourself about latest technology and trends

7.    Keep a track on sites they are exploring through history option of webbrowser

8.    Train your children not to give out personal information about any member of the family.Train your children to preserve family’s privacy.

9.    Go through the privacy controls of all websites or online services your child uses to ensure settings are safe.

10. Steer children away from Chat rooms, Watsapp, Hike, Instagram, Snapchat etc. before they are part of any chat room, they must participate these activities with your consent.

11. Check out software or services like ones from your ISP that filter out offensive material. Use your operating system’s parental controls.

12. Maintain access to your child’s online accounts and  emails.

13. Have access to login credentials( Username and password )on laptop or PC they login with.

14. Make Children using the Internet to work in highly visible areas of home.

15. Insist your child for outdoor games instead of online games

16. Donot allow your child to use your mobile in isolation or during night.

17. You may create a family agreement for internet and mobile usage, including when it can be used and which sites can or cannot be accessed. 

Children and their lives are precious and we all need to nurture it

Thanks and regards 

Mala Agnihotri

Principal

 

16 सितम्बर 2017
प्रिय अभिभावक,
टेक्नोलॉजी के सावधानी पूर्वक उपयोग से सम्बन्धित जानकारियों से आपको एक बार पुनः आपको अवगत करावाया जा रहा है। तकनीकि हमारे जीवन का प्रेरणास्पद हिस्सा है। सूचनाओं, समाजिकता एवं मनोरंजन हेतु बच्चे व्यापकरूप से ऑन लाईन स्रातों का उपयोग करते हैं। लोग बिना अत्यधिक आवश्यकता के भी यूट्यूब, फेसबुक, ट्विटर, ऑनलाईन खेल एवं अन्य इंटरनेट बैबसाईट का उपयोग करते है। ऑनलाईन साधनों के बढते हुए उपयोग से बच्चे अपरिचित लोगों से वार्तालाप के कारण बाल शोषण, मानहानि, धमकियों आदि के शिकार हो जाते हैं।
ऐसी अप्रिय संभावित दुर्घटनाओं से बचाने हेतु इण्डिया इन्टरनेशनल स्कूल का प्रयास है कि बच्चे तथा अभिभावक पूर्व में ही इन खतरां से सचेत हो जाएं। कुछ उपयोगी तथ्यों को ध्यान में रखते हुए अभिभावकों से अनुरोध है कि :-
> बच्चों से वार्तालाप करें कि वे इंटरनेट पर क्या करते हैं, इंटरनेट पर क्या क्या हो सकता है। खुली वर्ता ऑन लाईन षड़यन्त्रों एवं धमकियों से बचने का सबसे अच्छा तरीका है।
> बच्चों को आई.ओ.एस. एवं एन्ड्रॉयड फोन न दें। इसकी अपेक्षा साधारण फोन जिसमें वार्ता करने एवं संदेशों के आदान प्रदान की ही विशेषता हो उपयोग हेतु उपलब्ध कराएं। मोबाईल के विकिरण बच्चां के संवेदनशील मष्तिष्क के लिए घातक है।
> अपमानजनक साईट्स को अवरूद्ध करने के लिए फायरवॉल का उपयोग करें।
> बच्चों को अन्य मोबाईल एप फोन में इंस्टॉल करने के लिए मना करें।
> बच्चों को ऑनलाईन साईट्स जैसे फेसबुक, ट्विटर आदि पर अपना अकाउण्ट बनाने से रोकें। ये साईट्स बच्चों को तनावग्रस्त कर सकती हैं एवं व्यक्तिगत जानकारियाँ उपलब्ध होने पर ऑन लाईन अपराधियों के षड़यन्त्रों का शिकार हो सकते हैं। ऑन लाईन के उपयोग पर निम्न प्रकार के व्यवहार चेतावनी के संकेत हैं :-
> उपयोग करने के बाद भी कम्प्यूटर, मोबाईल की स्क्रीन एवं प्रोग्राम को बन्द न करना।
> देर रात तक कम्प्यूटर का उपयोग।
> बच्चों को कम्प्यूटर के उपयोग से रोकने पर अव्यवहारिक होना।
> एक से अधिक अकाण्ट्स का उपयोग अथवा अकाण्उण्ट का किसी अन्य द्वारा उपयोग करना।
> इन्टरनेट एवं सामाजिक साईट्स के उपयोग के बाद असहज महसूस करना।
> आप स्वयं भी नई तकनीकि जानकारियों से जुड़ें रहें।
> बच्चों द्वारा देखी गई साईट्स की जानकारी वेब ब्राउजर पर समय समय पर लेते रहे। यह सुनिश्चित करें कि कोई अपमानजनक सामग्री आपके कम्प्यूटर द्वारा उपयोग में न ली गई हो, इसके लिए ऑपरेटिंग सिस्टम के फीचर्स को उपयोग कर सकते हैं।
> यह सुनिश्चित कर लें कि बच्चे परिवार की व्यक्तिगत जानकारी ऑन लाईन असुरक्षित साईट्स पर साझा न करें।
> सुरक्षा हेतु उपयोगी वेबसाईट्स के प्राईवेसी कन्ट्रोल मैन्यू का उपयोग करें ताकि आपकी व्यक्तिगत जानकारियों का दुरपयोग न हो सके।
> आवश्यक होने पर चैट रूम, व्हाट्सएप, हाईक, इंस्टाग्राम, स्नेपचैट आदि का उपयोग बच्चे आपकी देख-रेख में ही करें।
> आपके बच्चे द्वारा उपयोग में ली गई साईट्स एवं ईमेल का रिकॉर्ड रखें। उनके अकाउण्ट एवं कम्प्यूटर आदि के यूजर आई.डी. एवं पासवर्ड अपने पास सुरक्षित रखें तथा उन्हें रात्री एवं एकान्त में मोबाईल के प्रयोग से रोकें।
ऽ बच्चे को ऑनलाईन खेलों की अपेक्षा घर से बाहर खुले मैदान में खेलने के लिए प्रेरित करें।
ऽ आपस में विचार विमर्श कर यह सुनिश्चित करें कि मोबाईल एवं इन्टरनेट पर कौन सी साईट्स का उपयोग करना है एवं कौनसी का नहीं।

बच्चे हमारी अमूल्य निधि हैं, उचित मार्गदर्शन एवं पालन पोषण करना हम सबका दायित्व है।
धन्यवाद,


माला अग्निहोत्री
प्राधानाचार्या

15 September 2017 

Dear Parents,  

We are all concerned about the safety of our students as the nation's psyche has been jolted with recent events in Delhi schools. Leaving no stone unturned we try and ensure a safe learning environment for your ward with -

         Fully functional and monitored CCTV cameras everywhere including corridors, outside wash rooms etc.

         Regular monitoring of school safety measures

         Regular counselling of staff

We are directly involved with the day to day proceedings at the school, yet steps for better security and safety systems are on our mind, hence periodical meetings take place to better the system.  

Your ward’s safety is of utmost importance for us and we wish to make it a happy experience for our students and parents. 

In addition to this we are getting the Safety Audit conducted to further secure the school environment for our young petals.  

With kind regards,  

Yours sincerely,  

Mala Agnihotri

Principal

 

 15 सितम्बर 2017
प्रिय अभिभावक,
दिल्ली की एक स्कूल में घटित एक दुर्घटना से समूचे राष्ट्र में आक्रोश है। इस घटना से स्कूल प्रशासन भी चिंतित हैं और छात्रों की सुरक्षा को सुनिश्चित करने हेतु प्रयासरत हैं। इसके लिए स्कूल प्रशासन योजनाएं बना कर कार्यान्वित कर रहा है। जैसे -
> परिसर में सभी जगह जैसे गलियारों, वॉश रूम के पास लगे हुए सी.सी.टीवी कैमरों की नियमित जाँच कि सभी कैमरे सुचारू रूप से कार्य कर रहे हैं अथवा नहीं।
> विद्यालय में उपलब्ध सुरक्षा उपकरणों कि नियमित जाँच।
> कर्मचारियों से नियमितरूप से इस विषय में विचार विमर्श।
>यद्यपि विद्यालय में सुरक्षा के उचित प्रबन्ध हैं फिर भी स्कूल प्रशासन द्वारा सुरक्षा के लिए नियमित सावधानी रखी जा रही है।
>सुरक्षा हमारा सर्वप्रथम कर्तव्य है और चाहते हैं कि विद्यालय में अध्ययनरत छात्र-छात्राओं एवं अभिभावकों को सुरक्षित एवं अच्छा वातावरण मिले इस हेतु हम प्रयासरत हैं।

माला अग्निहोत्री
प्रधानाचार्या


 

01 September, 2017 

Dear Parent, 

It’s almost the mid term now and I am sure your ward is busy with academic rigour and other school activities.  

We felt that it is important to share this important information with you all. You are all aware how important it is to empower our children to use the social network sites responsibly and with caution.  

The latest issue which poses a serious threat to our children is the self destructive game– The Blue Whale Challenge.  

Your child probably knows about the Blue Whale Challenge because of the media frenzy around this issue. It is important for all of us to be very vigilant so that our children do not fall prey to cyber predators who often target innocent children. 

Most child psychologists opine that when a child tends to stay by himself/herself, stops interacting with family and friends, often talks about running away from home or even death, or changes eating and/or sleeping habits, the child must be given special attention. These are the basic symptoms of a child who may be inclined towards participating in this online game. 

Also please make children aware not To click the link naming "popcorn carnival".Its the hidden link for the blue whale game.  

Although the government has asked companies such as Google, Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram, Microsoft and Yahoo to immediately take down any links leading to the deadly game, it is unclear how these companies would make the game inaccessible. It is because this game is not publicly available and freely downloadable, it has become a social media phenomenon where conversations about this take place secretively in closed social media groups. You can only be part of the game if an administrator contacts you and enlists you as a potential ‘whale’, or candidate. 

Further, it is now available under different names such as ‘A Silent House’, ‘A Sea of Whales’ and ‘Wake Me Up at 4:20 AM.’ There could be other similar games available as well. 

I am sure that some vigilance from our side can help in keeping our children safe. Most importantly, let us always keep the lines of communication open with our children. 

LETS BE MORE VIGILANT and communicate with our children to empower them to be safe and happy  

Regards, 

Mala Agnihotri

Principal

 


 

01 September, 2017 

Dear Parent, 

I hope that by now your ward is well settled after the session started in April, 2017. And I am sure that from time to time you are also monitoring and helping your ward in the process.  

Keeping in mind that grade XII students need a lot of independent time for their self studies, the school has decided to have a regular time table in the school from Monday to Friday w.e.f.       4th September, 2017 with each Saturday earmarked for extra coaching for “bright” and         “under-performing” students in two separate groups. For rest of the students of grade XII, Saturdays may be used for self study or for clearing their doubts with the teachers from 07:35 a.m. to 11:10 a.m. as decided and agreed mutually, in advance.  

The details of the schedule for Saturdays has been posted on the school website.  

We solicit your kind cooperation in the matter, as always.  

Thanking you,  

Yours sincerely,                   

 Mala Agnihotri

Principal

 


05 August, 2017 

Dear Parent, 

The forthcoming Periodic Test (for classes VI to VIII) demands the students to gear up for the New Assessment System and parents to monitor and help them in the process.

Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishment. Imbibing this spirit we would like to share following important points w.r.t. First Periodic Test to be conducted from 17th to 24th August, 2017:

  • Regular classroom teaching will be done during these days with one hour Test conducted anytime during the day i.e. no specific time slot allotted for the Test.
  • There will be no provision of Re-Test for the absentees on any grounds.

We solicit your kind cooperation as always.  

Warm regards,  

Mala Agnihotri

Principal

 

 05 August, 2017 

Dear Parent, 

The forthcoming Periodic Test (for classes IX & X) demands the students to gear up for the New Assessment System and parents to monitor and help them in the process.

Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishment. Imbibing this spirit we would like to share following important points w.r.t. First Periodic Test to be conducted from 17th to 24th August, 2017:

  • Regular classroom teaching will be done during these days with one and half hour Test conducted anytime during the day i.e. no specific time slot allotted for the Test.
  • There will be no provision of Re-Test for the absentees on any grounds.

We solicit your kind cooperation as always.  

Warm regards,  

Mala Agnihotri

Principal

 

31st July, 2017 

Dear Parent, 

The First formal Parent Staff meet for students of classes 1 to12 will be held on 5th August, 2017 between 08:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m., wherein the parents will be able to interact with the class mentor and other subject teachers to discuss the academic progress of their ward.  At the same time, it would be a good opportunity to clarify the doubts w.r.t. Remodeled Assessment Structure for the session 2017-18, already communicated to you through a circular before vacations. Kindly bring your ward for the meeting in Monday uniform, so that he/she can be given attendance for the day.   

The tentative time allotted for your meeting with the Class Mentor is between ______________ and ____________ on 5th August, 2017 

Please adhere to the time allotted to your ward. In case you are unable to do so, please contact the class mentor a day prior else it will be inconvenient for the teachers to meet you after 11:00 a.m. as they will then be occupied with some pre-planned activities for the day. 

The procedure for viewing results on the school website is as follows: 

  1. Open the school website (www.icfia.org)
  2. Click on IIS link image on the extreme left on the home page of the school website.
  3. The IIS School web page will open. Click on the button for Result link.
  4. The following window will open.

 

 5.      Enter the complete Enrolment No. in the given box (e.g. IIS/2000/4355)

  6.      In the box for password enter the last four/five digits of the Enrolment No. (e.g. 4355/10059)

  7.      Select the class and finally click on “Submit” button to view the result. 

With kindest regards,

Yours sincerely,

Mala Agnihotri
Principal

 


29 July, 2017 

Dear Parent, 

The school management is glad to welcome all its students who have sought admission in the session 2017-18. We hope that by now your child is comfortably settled in this new environment and is thoroughly enjoying academics as well as other co-curricular activities in the school.  

However, with an aim to provide useful information with respect to our systems and expectations thus assisting in the educational journey of your ward at IIS, we have arranged an Orientation Programme on 5th August, 2017. Looking forward to meet you and your ward in the School Auditorium sharp at 08:15 a.m.  

Warm regards,  

Mala Agnihotri

Principal

02 May, 2017

Dear Parent, 

As per the guidelines of CBSE, the Remodeled Assessment Structure for classes VI to VIII effective from the academic year-2017-18 will be as follows:

1.     Scholastic Areas (Both marks & grades will be awarded)

Subjects

TERM-1 (100 marks)

(1st half of the session)

20 marks Periodic Assessment+ 80 marks for Half Yearly Exam

TERM-2 (100 marks)

(2nd half of the session)

20 marks Periodic Assessment+ 80 marks for Yearly Exam

Language -1

Language-2

Language-3

Mathematics

Science

Social Science

PA (20 marks)

 

      Periodic Test 10 marks

(syllabus as

mentioned in

the school                                                                 

diary)

 

      Note Book

       Submission               

      (5 marks)

 

      Subject Enrichment Activity         (5 marks)

Half Yearly Exam (80 marks)

 

         Written exam for 80 marks

 (syllabus as

mentioned in

the school                                                                 

diary)

 

PA (20 marks)

 

      Periodic Test 10 marks  (syllabus as mentioned in the school diary)

 

      Note Book

       Submission               

      (5 marks)

 

      Subject Enrichment Activity               (5 marks)

Yearly Exam

 

Written exam for 80 marks with syllabus coverage as below:

 

Class VI: 10% of 1st term covering significant topics + entire syllabus of 2nd term

 

Class VII: 20% of 1st term covering significant topics + entire syllabus of 2nd term

 

Class VIII: 30% of 1st term covering significant topics + entire syllabus of 2nd term

 

         

 However for Information Technology & General Awareness the scheme of assessment in each term will be as follows:

        a.     Information Technology:      Theory-40 marks –                 2 hrs

Subject Enrichment Activity & Note Book Assessment-60 marks (25 Practical Test-1, 30  Practical Test-2, 05 Notebook Assessment)

b.     General Awareness:              MCQ (20 marks) + Written (30 marks) = 50 marks converted to 100% weightage 

2.     Subject Enrichment Activities (as suggested by CBSE) 

Languages

English / Hindi / French / Sanskrit / Japanese

Speaking & Listening Skills

Mathematics

Lab Activities

Science

Practical Work & Activities

Social Science

Map / Project Work

Information Technology

Practical Work

 3.     Co-Scholastic Activities: For the holistic development of students Co-curricular activities in the following areas will be conducted:

a.     Work Education

b.     Art Education (Visual & Performing Arts)

c.     Health & Physical Education

Students would be assessed on a 3 point grading scale (A=Outstanding, B=Very Good and C= Fair) the parameters for which are:

                     Regularity

                     Sincere Participation

                     Output

                     Team Work

4.     Discipline of students will also be assessed on a 3 point grading scale (A to C) for which parameters are:

         Attendance

         Sincerity

         Behaviour

         Values

         Tidiness

         Following rules & regulations

         Attitude towards society, nation & others   

GRADE SCHEME  

Scholastic Ares

(8 point scale)

 

Co-Scholastic Activities

AND

Discipline

(3 point scale)

Marks Range

Grade

91-100

A1

81-90

A2

Outstanding

A

71-80

B1

Very Good

B

61-70

B2

Fair

C

51-60

C1

 

 

41-50

C2

 

 

33-40

D

 

 

32 & below

E (Needs Improvement)

 

 

The school will implement the assessment policy prescribed by the CBSE in true spirit. We solicit your kind support & co-operation as always.

 Thanking you,  

Yours sincerely,  

Mala Agnihotri

Principal        

 
VI to VIII 

For classes VI to VIII the Assessment Structure – Scholastic Areas w.e.f. the session 2017-18 is as follows:

v  TERM-1 (1st half of the session-100 marks)

  20% PA+80% Half Yearly Exam (all subjects except IT & GA)

(A)    Periodic Assessment (PA-all subjects except GA):

                     i.            Periodic Test:                                17th to 25th August, 2017

Written Test-25 marks; 1 hr; Weightage: 10%

For IT-Practical Test-I-25 marks – 1 hour; Weightage: 25%

Syllabus covered – April to July, 2017

                   ii.            Subject Enrichment Activity

& Notebook Assessment:           18th to 27th September, 2017 for all subjects except IT (weightage-10%)

9th to 11th October, 2017 for IT (Practical Test-II-30 marks & NBA-

5 marks; weightage: 35%)

(B)    Half Yearly Exam:                               9th to 22nd November, 2017

Written Exam-80 marks; 3 hours; Weightage: 80%

For IT-40 marks; 2 hours; weightage: 40%                  

Syllabus covered: April to 16th October, 2017 

v  TERM-2 (2nd half of the session – 100 marks)

  20% PA+80% Yearly Exam (all subjects except IT & GA)

(A)    Periodic Assessment (PA- all subjects except GA):                       

(i)                  Subject Enrichment Activity &

Notebook Assessment:               12th to 20th January, 2018 (weightage: 10% for all subjects except IT)

                                                        For IT Practical Test-I-25 marks-1 hour; weightage: 25%

(ii)                Periodic Test:                                30th January to 8th February, 2018

Written Test- 25 marks; 1 hr; Weightage: 10% (for all subjects except IT)

For IT Practical Test-II-30 marks & NBA-5 marks; weightage: 35%

Syllabus covered- 23rd Nov’ 17 to 20th Jan’ 18

(B)    Yearly Exam:                                        26th February, 2018 onwards

Written Exam-80 marks; 3 hours; Weightage: 80%

For IT – 40 marks; 2 hours; weightage: 40%

Syllabus covered: Entire Syllabus of Term-2 +

few chapters of Term-1 as mentioned in the Split Syllabus

GRADE SCHEME:

Scholastic Areas

(8 point scale)

 

Co-Scholastic Activities

&

Discipline

Marks Range

Grade

Outstanding

A

91-100

A1

Very Good

B

81-90

A2

Fair

C

71-80

B1

 

 

61-70

B2

 

 

51-60

C1

 

 

41-50

C2

 

 

33-40

D

 

 

32 & below

E (Needs Improvement)

 

 

 

 Signature of class mentor:                                 ______________________

Date:                                                                      ______________________


 

 


01 May, 2017

Dear Parent, 

Keeping in view the Remodeled Assessment Structure suggested by the CBSE for classes VI to VIII, IX & X, the school has revised the assessment pattern w.r.t. Scholastic Areas (all subjects except IT, GA & Art Education) for classes I to V – 2017-18 which please note.

TERM I:                 PA I (10%)+PA II (10%) + Half Yearly Examination (30%)

TERM II:                PA III (10%) + PA IV (10%) + Annual Examination (30%)

OVERALL:              TERM I (50%)+ TERM II (50%)= 100%

Tentative Exam Schedule:

         Periodic Assessment-I (PA-I):                                        17th to 25th August, 2017

Written Test-20 marks; 1 hour

Weightage- 10%

Syllabus covered – April to July, 2017

         Periodic Assessment-II (PA II):                                     18th to 27th September, 2017

Subject Enrichment Activity

                                                                                        & Notebook Assessment

                                                                                        Weightage- 10%                     

          Half Yearly Examination (Written Exam):                    9th to 22nd November, 2017

Written Exam- 30 marks; 1 hours

Weightage -30%   

Syllabus covered: April to 16th October, 2017

          Periodic Assessment-III (PA-III):                                 12th to 20th January, 2018

Subject Enrichment Activity &

                                                                                        Notebook Assessment

                                                                                        Weightage-10%

 

         Periodic Assessment – IV (PA-IV):                                          30th January to 8th February, 2018

                                                                                                        Written Test- 20 marks; 1 hour

                                                                                                        Weightage-10%

                                                                                                        Syllabus covered- 23rd Nov’ 17 to 20th Jan’ 18

 

         Annual Examination:                                                                   26th February, 2018 onwards

Written Exam-30 marks; 1 hours 

Weightage-30%

Syllabus covered: 23rd Nov’ 17 to Jan’ 18

 

Assessment Pattern for IT, GA & Art Education will be as follows:

(i)             General Awareness:

a.     Classes I to III:     Oral (10 marks) + Written (15 marks) = 25 marks converted to 50% weightage

b.     Classes IV & V:      SAS (20 marks) + Written (30 marks) = 50 marks

Students will be assessed twice a year – 1st week of November & 2nd week of February. Marks scored will be counted towards Term I & Term II respectively.

(ii)            Information Technology:              Practical Exam (25 marks) + NBA (05 marks) – 18th to 27th September, 2017

        AND

                                                                                                                         12th to 20th January, 2018

                                                Written Exam (20 marks; 1 hour)- Half Yearly Exam & Annual Examination 

(iii)           Art Education: Students will be assessed twice a year.

a.     File Work (10 marks)

b.     Drawing Book Work (05 marks)

c.      Craft Work (05 marks)

d.     Half Yearly Exam / Annual Examination (30 marks)

 

However, the assessment pattern for Co-Scholastic Areas and the grade scheme-Scholastic / Co-Scholastic Areas remains the same (as mentioned on page A-22 of the School Diary).

 

Looking forward to your kind support & co-operation.

 

Warm regards,

 

Yours sincerely,

sign.jpg

 

Mala Agnihotri

Principal      


 

I to V

Assessment Pattern (I to V-2017-18)

v  PA I (10%)+PA II (10%) + Half Yearly Examination (30%)

v  PA III (10%) + PA IV (10%) + Annual Examination (30%)

OVERALL: 10% +10% +30% +10% +10% +30% = 100%

TERM-I

          Periodic Assessment

i.          PA I (Written Test):                                              17th to 25th August, 2017 (All subjects except IT, GA, Art Education)

Syllabus covered – April to July, 2017

ii.        PA II (Subject Enrichment Activity

& Notebook Assessment):                                 18th to 27th September, 2017

          Half Yearly Examination (Written Exam):        9th to 22nd November, 2017

Syllabus covered: April to 16th October, 2017

TERM-II

(A)      Periodic Assessment

i.          PA III (Subject Enrichment Activity &

Notebook Assessment):                                     12th to 20th January, 2018

ii.        PA IV (Written Test):                                          30th January to 8th February, 2018 (All subjects except IT, GA, Art Education)

Syllabus covered- 23rd Nov, 2017 to 20th Jan, 2018

(B)      Annual Examination:                                                  26th February, 2018 onwards

Syllabus covered- 23rd Nov, 2017 to 31st Jan, 2018

 

Signature: ________________________                                                                                                                                                             Date: ________________

 


 

01 May, 2017

 

Dear Parent,

 

The Assessment Pattern for classes XI & XII-2017-18 printed on Page A-23 of the School Diary has been revised as follows which please note:

 

ASSESSMENT STRUCTURE:

XI:            TEST-I (10%)+TEST-II (10%)+ Half Yearly Examination (80%) +

Annual Examination (100%)= Overall 200 marks (Theory + Practical)

XII:           TEST-I (10%)+TEST-II (10%)+ Half Yearly Examination (80%) = 100% (Theory+ Practical)

                                    AND  

PRE-BOARD EXAMINATION: 100% (Theory + Practical)

 

Tentative Examination Schedule:

 

         Test I:                                      17th to 26th July, 2017

Written Test; 30 marks; 1 hour

Weightage: 10%

Syllabus covered: April to 12th July, 2017

 

         Test II:                                     18th to 27th September, 2017

Written Test; 30 marks; 1 hour

Weightage: 10%

Syllabus covered: July to 12th September, 2017

 

         Half Yearly Examination:           9th to 22nd November, 2017

Theory Exam + Practicals (M.M. & Time Allowed as per CBSE guidelines)

Weightage: 80% (Th + Pr)

Syllabus covered: April to 28th October, 2017

 

         Pre Board Examination (XII):    5th to 17th January, 2018 (Theory)

AND

18th to 24th January, 2018 (Practicals)

Weightage: 100% (Th + Pr)

Syllabus covered: Entire Syllabus

 

         Annual Examination (XI):          19th February, 2018 onwards (Practicals followed by Theory Exam)

Weightage: 100% (Th + Pr)

Syllabus covered: Entire Syllabus

         Board Examination (XII):          1st March, 2018 onwards

Weightage: 100% (Th+Pr)

Syllabus covered: Entire Syllabus  

 

Thanking you,  

Yours sincerely,  

Mala Agnihotri

Principal


 

 22 April, 2017

Dear Parent,

 

As per the guidelines of CBSE, the Remodeled Assessment Structure for classes IX & X effective from the academic year- 2017-18 will be as follows:

 

  1. Scholastic Areas (Total marks: 100 for each subject)

 

*

Subjects

80 Marks

(Board Examination-X /Annual Examination IX)

Student has to secure 33% marks out of 80 marks in each subject

20 Marks (Internal Assessment)

Student has to secure 33% marks out of overall 20 marks earmarked in each subject

Periodic Test (10 marks)

Notebook Submission (5 marks)

Subject Enrichment Activity (5 Marks)

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

Language 1 (English Communicative)

Board will conduct Class-X Examination and school will conduct Annual Examination class-IX for 80 marks in each subject covering 100% syllabus of the subject.

(time allowed: 3 hrs)

Marks and Grades both will be awarded for individual subjects.

(9-point grading scale)

Periodic Written Test, restricted to three in each subject in an Academic Year,

Average of the best two tests to be taken for final marks submission

 

 

This will cover:

 

   Regularity

 

   Assignment Completion

 

   Neatness & upkeep of notebook

Speaking and listening skills

Language 2

*Hindi/ Communicative Sanskrit (for class X)

*Hindi/ Communicative Sanskrit/ French (for class IX)

Speaking and listening skills

Mathematics

Maths Lab Practical

Science

Practical Lab work

Social Science

Map Work and Project Work

Japanese

(Additional / 6th subject)

Speaking & Listening Skills

Text Box: *

  

However for Foundation of Information Technology (Additional / 6th subject), the scheme of assessment will be as mentioned below:

40 Marks

(Board Examination-X/Annual Examination-IX)

60 Marks

(Internal Assessment-Practicals)

 

 

Accordingly, the school plans to follow the said exam schedule (tentative) for classes IX & X:

(A)         Periodic Tests

 

Periodic Test-1

 

:

17th to 25th August, 2017 for 5 main subjects, Japanese & French (X)

M.M.: 40 converted to 10%  

Time: 1.5  hours

Syllabus covered: April to 5th August, 2017

 

Periodic Test-2

 

:

9th to 17th November, 2017 for all subjects

M.M.: 80 converted to 10%

Time: 3 hours

Syllabus covered: April to 24th October, 2017

 

Periodic Test-3

 

:

8th to 17th January, 2018

M.M.: 80 converted to 10%

Time Allowed: 3 hours

Syllabus covered: Entire syllabus for Class X

                         April to 28th November, 2017 for Class IX

 

 

 

 

  • For the syllabus of periodic tests we would follow cumulative approach. The gradual increase of syllabus portion would prepare the students and equip them for appearing in the Board Examination-X/ Annual Examination-IX with 100% syllabus.
  • The average of best two scores would be counted towards 10% Internal Assessment
  • Annual examination for class IX would be conducted 24th February, 2018 onwards.

 

(B) Subject Enrichment Activities & Note Book Assessment

  • Weightage 5 marks each
  • Will be conducted twice in an academic year for all subjects
    • 18th to 27th September, 2017 (for classes IX & X) 
    • 11th to 22nd December, 2017 (for class X)    Marks scored here will be counted towards the
    • 22nd to 31st January, 2018 (for class IX)       remaining 10% Internal Assessment

 

  However for Foundation of Information Technology Internal Assessment of 60 marks would comprise of:

      Hands on Experience                                          : 30 marks

      IT Application Report File                                    : 15 marks

      IT Application Project                                         : 10 marks

      Viva voce (on IT applications report file)              : 05 marks

 

  1. Co-Scholastic Activities:

Assessment of the following Co-Scholastic Activities will be done on a 5 point grading scale as per the guidelines of CBSE (grades A to E-No descriptive indicators)

i.              Work Education

ii.             Art Education (Visual Arts for class IX & Performing Arts for class X)

iii.            Health & Physical Education

 

  1. Discipline of students would also be assessed on a 5 point grading scale (A to E) as per the CBSE guidelines, parameters for which are:
    • Attendance
    • Sincerity
    • Behaviour
    • Values

The school will implement the assessment policy prescribed by the CBSE in true spirit.

We solicit your kind support & co-operation as always.  

Thanking You, 

Yours sincerely,

 

Mala Agnihotri

Principal
 


IX & X  

PROMOTION POLICY

A student must score separately minimum 33% marks out of 80 marks (Annual Examination IX / Board Examination-X) and 20 marks (Internal Assessment) in each subject (excluding the sixth additional subject) for promotion to the next higher class.

v  Assessment Structure:

1.        SCHOLASTIC AREAS (Marks and grades both will be awarded for individual subjects. 9 point grading scale for class X similar to that followed by the Board in class XII & 8 point grading scale for class IX as mentioned below)

(A)    INTERNAL ASSESSMENT (20 marks):

i.         Periodic Test (10 marks – Average score of the best two tests out of three will be counted towards the Final Exam)

ii.        Subject Enrichment Activity (5 marks)

iii.      Notebook Submission (5 marks)

(B)     ANNUAL EXAMINATION-IX / BOARD EXAMINATION-X

[Written Exam for 80 marks – 3 hours- in each subject (except Foundation of Information Technology) covering entire syllabus. For Foundation of Information Technology-40 marks-2 hours] 

 

  Tentative Dates (Scholastic Assessment)

 

Periodic Test-1:                                     17th to 25th August, 2017 for all subjects except FIT

M.M.: 40 converted to 10%

Time: 1.5 hours

Syllabus covered – April to 5th August, 2017

Periodic Test-2:                                     9th to 17th November, 2017 for all subjects

M.M.: 80 converted to 10% (FIT-M.M. 40 converted to 10%)

Time: 3 hours

Syllabus covered: April to 24th October, 2017

Periodic Test-3:                                     8th to 17th January, 2018 for all subjects-X/ all subjects except FIT-IX

M.M.: 80 converted to 10% (FIT-M.M. 40 converted to 10%)

Time Allowed: 3 hours

Syllabus covered:   Entire syllabus for Class X

                                                                April to 28th November, 2017 for Class IX

Subject Enrichment Activities &

Note Book Assessment:                       18th to 27th September, 2017 (for classes IX & X) 

                                11th to 22nd December, 2017 (for class X)    Marks scored here will be counted

                       towards 10% Internal Assessment

                                                                22nd to 31st January, 2018 (for class IX)           For FIT Practical Exam-weightage-60%

 

Text Box: M.M. 80; 3 hours; weightage: 80%

                 Annual Examination-IX:                     24th February, 2018 onwards                                 

                Board Examination-X:                          1st March, 2018 onwards                      

 

        GRADE SCHEME (8 point grading scale for class IX- Scholastic Areas):

Marks Range

Grade

91-100

A1

81-90

A2

71-80

B1

61-70

B2

51-60

C1

41-50

C2

33-40

D

32 & below

E (failed)

 2.        CO-SCHOLASTIC ACTIVITIES (5 point grading scale-A to E.  No descriptive indicators)

                           i.      Work Education

                          ii.      Art Education

                        iii.      Health & Physical Education

3.        DISCIPLINE (5 point grading scale – A to E)

 

 

Signature of the Class Mentor:           _______________________ 

Date:                                                       _______________________

 


11 April, 2017 

Dear Parent, 

As our school is a centre for AISSE/AISSCE-2017, 17th April, 2017 will be a holiday for students of classes XI & XII which please note.

 

Thanking you, 

Yours sincerely,

 Mala Agnihotri
Principal

 


 

06 April, 2017

Dear Parent,


As our school is a centre for AISSE/AISSCE-2017, 12th April, 2017 will be a holiday for students of classes IX & X which please note.

Thanking you,

Yours sincerely,


Mala Agnihotri
Principal