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NCS Bhilai
Exam Promotion

Class I - V

  • School follows continuous comprehensive evaluation as per CBSE guidelines. Promotion will be totally based on the whole year's performance & weekly tests. It will be essential for the child to get minimum 'D' in the 5 point grading scale of achievement A*, A, B, C, D. There will be evaluation in 3 terms for Classes I - V. 'April - July, August - November, December - March.'

Classes VI - X

  • An academic year has been divided in two terms. The first term will be from April - September and second term from October - March.'
  • School follows CCE in classes VI - X also as per CBSE guidelines. The CCE is intended to provide holistic profile of the learner through scholastic and Co Scholastic areas.
  • Evaluation of Scholastic area will be done through two Formative Assessments and one Summative Assessment in each term. The Formative Assessment will include weekly tests, quizzes, conversation, interviews, projects, practical assignments, classwise homework etc. The Summative Assessment will be the end of term examinations in the form of pen - paper test.
  • The weightage of Formative Assessments will be 10% for FA1, FA2, FA3 and FA4 each ie. total 40% for formative. The weightage of Summative Assessment will be 30% for SA1 and 30% for SA2 i.e. total 60% for summative.

Note :The grading for scholastic area will be done on a 9 point scale as follows : A1 (91-100), A2(81-90), B1(71-80), B2(61-70), C1(51-60), C2(41-50), D(33 - 40), E1(21-32), E2(00 - 20)

  • Missing out on weekly tests and activity based evaluations directly affect the promotion of the students to the next class at the end of the session. Thus taking up all the formative and summative assessments places the student on a safer pedestal and decides a better place in the class. Please take these tests/evaluations seriously for the betterment of your ward.
  • a : It is mandatory to obtain atleast 25% marks in the Summative Assessments (both SA 1 and SA2 taken together). Those obtaining less than 25% marks in a subject SA1 + SA2 shall not qualify that subject.
  • b. : To qualify in a subject, a candidate must obtain minimum Grade D.
  • c : Those candidates who have obtained Grade E1 or E2 in the subject (s) shall have to improve their performance within one month from the declaration of result to qualify in the subject (s).
  • It will be compulsory to give both the SAs
  • Marks obtained in both the SAs will be totaled and then converted into respective grade.
  • In respect of candidates offering an additional subject, the following norms shall apply
  • A language offered as an additional subject may replace a language in the event of a candidate not qualifying in the same, provided after replacement the candidate has English or Hindi as one of the languages
  • Marks of 4 subjects (G.Sc., S.Std., Eng. or Hindi, Maths) of FA4 of class IX & X will depend on 'problem solving assessment' test conducted by Board. The test will be conducted for students studying in class IX in the month of Jan. The same marks which the child will obtain in class IX shall be carried forward in class X as FA4 marks as per the CBSE guidelines. Question Paper will be sent by Board & evaluation also will be done by Board only. PS A test will be objective type.
  • Overall performance of the candidate is based on the achievement in the Scholastic Areas as well as Co -Scholastic Areas and Co-Curricular Activities. The active involvement / interest in Co-Scholastic activities, positive attitudes towards teachers & school programmes helps the child to upgrade his/her academic subjects grade. The details of co-scholastic areas & co - curricular activities given on pages 25 & 26 are essential for child's good result
  • The grades 'E1@' or 'E2@' will indicate that candidate has obtained less than 25% mandatory marks in Summative Assessments
  • If a child does not secure good marks in PSA in class IX he can reappear for the PSA exam in class X for improvement of grade along with class IX students. However the best grade scored in PSA will be shown as final FA4/PSA grade in FA4 of classes IX & X.
  • The Board has initiated Assessment of Speaking and Listening Skills (ASL) and Open Text Based Assessments (OTBA) from the academic session 2013-14 in class IX to X to focus on communicative aspects of language learning and problems based on higher order reasoning skills
  • The grade scored in the Assessment of Speaking and Listening Skills (ASL) in English will be a part of Summative Assessments I and II (70+20) and will be reflected as an aggregate grade in the Performance Profile.
  • An Open Text Based Assessment (OTBA) will be a part of the Summative Assessment question paper in Eng., Hindi, Maths, Science & Social Studies in classes IX & X.
  • The total marks of the question papers for the subjects having OTBA in the Summative Assessment will be 100 and the timing will be 3-3.5 hours. The overall marks obtained in these subjects will be multiplied by 0.3 to make it 30% which is the weightage for Summative Assessments. For the subjects which do not have OTBA element, the question paper will be of 90 marks and the process for computing 30% weightage will be dividing the marks scored by 3 to make it 30%.
  • The grades of Scholastic Areas, are upgraded to he next higher grade in one or two subjects as per the total Grade Points achieved under Co-Scholastic Areas 2(A), 2(B), 2(C) , 2(D) and Co-Curricular Activities 3(A), 3(B) as given below :
  • 53 to 65 : Grades in two subjects of Scholastic area are upgraded
  • 40 to 52 : Grade in one subject or Grades in subjects of Scholastic areas.
  • 39 and below : No up - gradation of Grades in subjects of Scholastic areas
  • b. Up - gradation is done from lower Grade to higher Grade. However, Grade E2 is upgraded.
  • c. No Grade in the subjects of Scholastic area is upgraded twice.
  • d. The upgraded Grade is shown with '**' .
  • e. If mandatory 25% marks have NOT been obtained in the Summative Assessments in the subject, Grade E1 or E2 is not upgraded.

Classes XI

  • The total marks will be of 200 which include (50% marks) i.e. 50 marks of Half Yearly marks + 20 marks of Weekly Test of 1st term + 20 marks of weekly test of 2nd term + 100 marks of Annual exam (100% of Annual exam) + 10 marks of project assignments / H.W. & C.W./ Attitude & discipline.
  • Weightage given to weekly test in both the terms (1st and 2nd term) will be of 20 marks each. Thus 40 marks weightage will be in total given for weekly tests conducted throughout the year.
  • In 2nd term 10 marks weightage will be given to project assignments / H.W & C.W / attitude & discipline of the child.
  • 50% marks i.e. 50 marks of half yearly will be calculated for final assessment in all the subjects.
  • 100% that is100 marks weightage will be given to Annual exam for calculating final assessment
  • In Class XI scoring 33% in theory & practical papers separately is essential excluding weekly test.
  • 90% attendance is a must to be promoted to next higher class
  • It is compulsory for the students of class XI also to appear for PSA test
  • OTBA (Open Text Book Assessment) question will be a part of Bio & Eco.


  • Promotion is granted on the basis of the whole year's performance of the pupil, hence importance of regularity in attendance is imperative.
  • Results declared at the end of the session are final in all case and will not be reconsidered
  • The child will not be awarded any rank in class XI if he/she does not appear for any subject in the Exam. No Ranking will be given in classes Nur. to X.
  • No re-test/ Exam. is permitted. Courses of all the tests will be settled by the subject teacher.
  • 90% attendance is must for promotion to the next higher class.
  • 15% attendance can be waived off by the Principal/Management under special circumstances, like serious illness, death of close blood relatives only.
  • Students of classes VI to X getting below D grade will appear for reexamination for grade improvement. Single chance will be given for grade improvement
  • If a child is absent in any of the examinations, may be on any ground, he/she has to appear for re-examination.
  • A student must pass in Supplementary/ Grade improvement exam by securing at least passing marks as mentioned in the rules, in each subject. No grace marks shall be given in the Supplementary Examination/Grade improvement exam
  • Grade improvement exam / Supplementary Examination shall be conducted on the course of final examination for each subject
  • Any student caught cheating or using unfair means during the examination may not only be given ZERO in the subject concerned but an incident of this type may lead to his/her expulsion/withdrawal from the school.
  • Students whose attendance is less than 90% will not be permitted to give SA I /SA II. Report of short attendance will be sent by the school management to CBSE office
  • Answer sheets of Half Yearly will be distributed to students of classes VI - VIII & XI.
  • Checked answer sheets of students, except of classes IX- X will be given to students to improve their weakness. Annual Answer Sheets of classes I - VIII will be shown to Parents. Annual Answer sheets will not be shown to the students of class IX - XI.
  • Students are expected to attend exam in neat and well ironed, complete uniform and boys with short and decent hair cut.
  • Practical Oral Exams will be neither pre-poned nor postponed for any reason.