The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) aims to bring about uniformity in the pattern of examination across all CBSE schools.
Parameters of Assessment
- Scholastic performance: Both marks & grades will be awarded for individual subjects.
- Co –Scholastic performance: Grades will be awarded for non-scholastic performance in three categories – Work Education; Art Education; Health & Physical Education.
- Discipline: Grades will be awarded to students after evaluating their commitment to discipline; which includes attendance; sincerity; behavior and values.
FOR CLASSES II – VIII
Classes II – VIII will have the same format of assessment. However, a class year has been divided into two terms. Term I consists of Periodic test – 1 (PT -1); Half – yearly examination; Note book submission & Subject Enrichment Activity. Term II consists of Periodic test – 2 (PT – 2); Yearly examination; Note book submission; Subject Enrichment Activity.
FOR CLASSES IX & X
The pattern of examination for classes IX & X will be similar with only one examination at the end of the academic year. Out of total of 100 marks; 80 marks have been assigned to written examinations while the remaining 20 have been divided between three disciplines: Periodic tests (10 marks); Note book submission (5 marks); and Subject Enrichment Activity (5 marks).
|Compulsory Subjects||Minimum Pass Marks|
|UAE Social Studies||50%|
|XI and XII Arabic & Islamic Studies||60%|
|Moral Education (II to XII)|
Promotion to the next class will be based on the aggregate grades/ marks of all the Three Examinations. All students are required to put in a minimum of 75% attendance each academic year.
Full Attendance Certificate:
Students attending the school from the first day of the academic session to the last day of the Summative without a single day of absence (or Annual Examinations) will be eligible for the Full Attendance certificate.
Students who get the highest score in all the core subjects are awarded, for all the sections in all the grades.