Dnyan Prabodhan School | Study Pattern
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Study Pattern

Study Pattern

School has classes from – Kindergarten ( L.K.G.) to Std. X The school lays emphasis on practical training and students are encouraged to take part in co-curricular activities, through the principles of ‘doing and learning’. Conventional Teaching English, Hindi, Kannada, Science, Mathematics, Social Studies, Environmental Science & Computer Science are the subjects taught.

Promotion Criteria

 

The Council has recommended the following criteria for the promotion of students in Schools affiliated to the Council.

(i) Pre-Primary Ordinarily, promotion should be automatic. N.B. There should be no formal examinations and the assessment should be carried out by the teacher on the students’ day to day work.

(ii) Classes I & II Ordinarily, promotion should be automatic. N.B. There should be no formal examinations, but only Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) of students’ work throughout the year be considered.

(iii) Classes III to V Candidates should reach a satisfactory standard in English, an Indian Language and Mathematics. CCE of students work throughout the year should form the basis of assessment. (iv) Classes VI to VIII Candidates should pass in English, an Indian Language and Mathematics, and attain a satisfactory standard in other prescribed subjects at the examination. The evaluation of the work of the students should be on the basis of both the result of an examination and of the work done during the year. The two aspects namely the examination and the year’s work should be given equal emphasis, that is :

(a) Continuous assessment of Year’s Work 50%

(b) Terminal Examination 50%

(v) Classes IX and X

Promotion Criteria as laid down by the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, under conditions for the award of an ICSE (Class X) Pass Certificate.

(vi) Classes XI and XII. Promotion Criteria as laid down by the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, under conditions for the award of an ISC

(Class XII) Pass Certificate.

System of Continuous Assessment In tune with the National Policy on Education 1986/92, School – based Evaluation shall cover both the scholastic and non-scholastic aspects of pupil growth.

Exam Process

Scholastic/Academic Achievement will be evaluated as under:

Nature of Evaluation

Span of Instruction covered

Weightage to periodical

Unit Test or Assignment July – Aug. 10%
Unit Test or Assignment Sept. – Oct. 10%
Half Yearly Examination July – Dec. 20%
Unit Test or Assignment Jan. – Feb. 10%
Annual Examination July – April 50%

Suitable changes in the above schedule could be made by the school if needed to suit the variations in the span of the academic session and winter or summer vacations.

Promotions will be done on the basis of the cumulative achievement level of the students as indicated by the above assessments. A 45% score would entitle a student for promotion.

Non- Scholastic Aspects

Socially Useful Productive Work

Though assessed internally, the ratings on SUPW find a place in the ICSE certificate. Suggested SUPW and Community Service activities have already been evolved, for use by the school. The School could, however, modify this list according to their special needs and situations.

The School will provide opportunities for some other activities as well :

Literary activities – Debates, Recitation, Creative Writing, etc.

Scientific Activities – Club activities, Experimentation, Exploration, etc.

Cultural Activities – Music, Dance, Drama, etc.

Adventure Activities – Mountaineering, Rafting Hiking, etc.

Students of Class VI onwards will be required to select at least one activity from among the literary, scientific, cultural and adventure activities offered by the school. The students could participate in more than one activity subject to the availability of time and opportunity. However, for purposes of their Report Card their achievement/ proficiency level will be rated on only the activity they may choose for assessment.

Standard Key Result Area (KRA)

Kinder Garten Oral communication skill & Reading

  • Hand writing & Drawing
  • Basic Mathematical operations, Tables
  • Physical Fitness
  • Cultivating Scientific inquisitiveness
  • GK, Quiz, Story telling etc.

  • Art, Film, Drama, Dance appreciation
  • Essay writing, Independent Thinking
  • Organising school events
  • Board Exam/Career Counseling
  • Elocution Debate, Reading, Organising School events