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3 ScholasticEvaluation (Section – I) (Section – I) Co-ScholasticEvaluation (Section – II) (Section – II) = (1) (1) FA (Formative Assessment) (2) (2) SA (Summative Assessment) (3) (3) Indicators (1) (1) Skills

4 Section - A : Principal Subjects -First Language-English -Second Language-Gujarati, Hindi -Maths -Science & Technology -Social Science Section-B : Optional Subjects -Computer -Arts & Crafts -P.E.

5 First SemesterSecond Semester FA -1FA-2SA-1FA-3FA-4SA

6 Principal SubjectsOptional Subjects (a)Subjective Questions (b) Short Questions (c) Very Short Questions MCQs Weightage of Marks: 60  25 for objective & 35 for Subjective 60 marks will be converted to 30 40

7 First Semester Second Semester FA -1FA-2SA-1FA-3FA-4SA Grade

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9 Group activities Project Check List Oral Questions Quiz Practical Work Observation Assignment Class Work Home Work  Six activities for FA-1 & FA-2  First activity is Weekly Test that is compulsory  Other four activities are as ….

10 of each principal subjects for giving better practice to students as a part of FA

11 Making of Flash Cards Slogan, quotes writing Recitation Making Charts related to different subjects Designing Scientific Models Drawings Field Visits to Historical places, Shopping Malls, Farm House, Orphanage, blind school, etc. Team building exercise

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13 Collection of leaves, grains, etc Collection of great scientists, artists, Leaders, etc in India Collection of dressing patterns of different regions of India Data collection from society related to – diseases like cancer, diabetes, cholesterol, hypertension – People under BPL for helping them – Doctor’s Visit to school, scientists, army officers

14 List of short questions related to subject replying yes/no

15 Related to subjects

16 Two or more groups related to subject

17 Playing Games like Volleyball, Kho- Kho etc Computer Practicals

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20 Related to Principal subjects

21 Activeness Questionnaire Maintenance of class Notebook Active Involvement in class discussion

22 For revision Attention for Regularity Cleanliness Developing writing skills Composition Report writing Comprehension

23 Section-A : Activities Section-B : Areas

24 - S ports & Health Control Activities : - First Aide - Athletics - Scout & Guide - Sports & Games - Cultural, Literary & Social Activities - Art - Dance - Puppet Show

25 Life Skills -Thinking skills -Emotional Skill -Social Skill Attitude -Towards Society -Towards Environment -Towards School -Towards Teachers -Towards Classmates Values - Truthfulness -Empathy -Non-Violence -Trust -Honesty -Patriotism -Leadership quality -Compassion

26 For Section - A – Playing Kho-Kho well – Capable of opening two windows at a time in computer – Is trying to draw pictures related to subject For Section – B – Having artistic writing skill – Active for social work – Active in group activies

27 MarksGradeGrade Point A A B B C C D E E2-

28 PercentageGrade 90 % & moreA+ 75% - 90%A 60% - 75%B+ 45% - 60%B 33% - 45%C

29 It is a percentage over number of students less scoring than the specified student’s score For Section – 1(A) – In a Class 60 students are there. One student gets 85 marks in Maths. In this class 54 students getting marks less than and equal to 84. – To find out percentile rank = 54*100/60 = 90

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