School Tuitions

CBSE

The program covers the school curriculum of the following subjects for the classes VIII, IX and X :

  • Mathematics
  • Sciences (Physics; Chemistry; Biology)
  • Social Studies
  • English

The course will commence in April and will continue till the student appears for his/her final examinations at school for the academic year.

The Evaluation System for Class X from the academic year 2017-18:

  1. Scholastic Area:

    Board Exam Internal Assessment Total Marks
    Max. Marks 80 20 100
    Qualifing Marks 33% of 80 33% of 20 33% of 100

    (a) Board Exam (80 Marks):

    • Subjects: Languages 1 and 2, Science, Mathematics, Social Science and an additional subject (any other Language)

    • Syllabus: The entire syllabus of Class X

    • Marks & Grades: 9-point grading system as followed by the Board in Class XII.

    (b) Internal Assessment (20 Marks):

    (i) Periodic Tests (10 Marks)

    • Three tests in each of the Subjects - Languages 1 and 2, Science, Mathematics, Social Science and an additional Subject (any other Language)

      1. Pre Mid-term
      2. Mid-term
      3. Post Mid-term

      The portion for these tests will be covered cumulatively

    • Average of the best of two tests will be considered.

    (ii) Notebook Submission (5 Marks)

    • Regularity
    • Maintaining neatness of Notebooks
    • On time assignment completion
      (This activity is aimed to ctreate seriousness in students towards maintaining notes/assignments given by the teachers)

    (iii) Subject Enrichment Activities (5 Marks)

    Subject Activity/Activities
    Language 1, 2 and an additional subject(any other language) Speaking and Listening Skills
    Science Practical Lab Work
    Mathematics Maths Practical Lab
    Social Science Map Work and Project Work

    (This activity is aimed to develop understanding and application skills of the students)

    Assessment for Additional Subjects

    Additional Subjects(other than languages)
    Subject Marks
    Board Exam Internal Assessment
    (Practical Exam)
    Homo Science 75 25
    FIT/ICT 40 60
    Elements of Bussiness 100 Not Applicable
    Elements of Book - Keeping & Accountancy 100 Not Applicable
    E-Publishing & e-office English or Hindi 30 70
    Painting 100 Not Applicable
    Camatic Music 25 75
    Hindustan Music 25 75
    NCC 70 30
  2. Co-Scholastic Activities:

    • Activity: Work Education (OR) Pre-Vocational Education

    • Grades: A to E on a five-point scale
      (These are aimed to develop a sense of community service and to develop sef-reliance)

    • The Evaluation System for Class IX from the academic year 2017-18:

      The examination pattern and the assessment process for class IX will be similar to that of class X. The report card for class IX will be issued by the respective schools but similar to class X.

      Grades: The grade scale for Scholastic Assessment is as follows:

      Marks Grade
      91 - 100 A1
      81 - 90 A2
      71 - 80 B1
      61 - 70 B2
      51 - 60 C1
      41 - 50 C2
      33 - 40 D
      0 - 32 E(Failed)

      Co-Scholastic Activities:

      • Work Education (It is aimed at developing a sense of community service)
      • Art Education (Visual & Performing Arts)
      • Health and Physical Education (Sports/Martial Arts/Yoga/NCC etc.)
      • Grades: These activities will be graded on a three-point scale
        A – Outstanding
        B – Very Good
        C – Fair

      The Evaluation System for Class VI to VIII from the academic year 2017-18:

      The examination pattern and the assessment process for class VI to VIII is as follows:

      Term Type of Assessment Marks
      Term - 1 Periodic Assessment 20
      Half - Yearly Exam 80
      Total 100
      Term - 2 Periodic Assessment 20
      Annual Exam 80
      Total 100

      Term-I

      (a) Periodic Assessment (20 marks) consits of Periodic Tests, Note-Book submission and Subject Enrichment Activities.

      1. Each of the Periodic Tests will be conducted for 10 marks. The syllabus will be announced by the schools before the tests.
      2. Notebook Submission (5 Marks)
        • Regularity
        • Maintaining neatness of Notebooks
        • Assignment completion on time

        (This activity is aimed at ctreating seriousness in students towards maintaining notes/assignments given by the teachers)

      3. The Subject Enrichment is aimed at developing understanding and application skills of the students.
        Subject Activity/Activities
        Language Speaking & Listening Skills
        Science Learning by Doing
        Mathematics Maths Lab Practicals
        Social Science Map Work & Project Work

      (b) Half-Yearly Exam: There will be a written exam on each of the subjects for 80 marks. The syllabus will be announced by the schools before the exam.

      Term-II

      (a) The procees of the Periodic Assessment (20 marks) for Term-II is same as that of Term-I.

      (b) Annual Exam: There will be a written exam on each of the subjects for 80 marks. The syllabus will be announced by the schools before the exam. The syllabus for the exam is as follows:

      Class Syllabus for Annual Exam
      Term - 1 Term - 1
      VI 10% of topics covered in term - 1 Entire Syllabus
      VII 20% of topics covered in term - 1 Entire Syllabus
      VIII 30% of topics covered in term - 1 Entire Syllabus

      Grades: The grade scale for Scholastic Assessment is as follows:

      Marks Grade
      91 - 100 A1
      81 - 90 A2
      71 - 80 B1
      61 - 70 B2
      51 - 60 C1
      41 - 50 C2
      33 - 40 D
      0 - 32 E(Failed)

      Co-Scholastic Activities:

      • Work Education (It is aimed at developing a sense of community service)
      • Art Education (Visual & Performing Arts)
      • Health and Physical Education (Sports/Martial Arts/Yoga/NCC etc.)
      • Grades: These activities will be graded on a three-point scale
        A – Outstanding
        B – Very Good
        C – Fair

      Discipline: The factors which comes under this category are as follows:

      • Attendance
      • Sincerity
      • Behaviour
      • Values
      • Tidiness
      • Respectfulness towards rules and regulations
      • Attitude towards society, nation and others.
      • Discipline will be graded on a three-point scale
        A – Outstanding
        B – Very Good
        C – Fair

      Material Description: The list of the material (number of copies) for the classes 8, 9 and 10 is as follows:

      • Class 8: 10 study material booklets and 147 test papers.

      • Class 9: 10 study material booklets and 132 test papers.

      • Class 10: 10 study material booklets and 141 test papers.

Centers Offering CBSE Tuitions

Adoor Agartala Angamali Bengaluru
Bhubaneswar Chalakudy Chennai Cochin
Coimbatore Cuttack Hosur Hyderabad
Jaipur Karunagapally Kolkata Kollam
Kottarakkara Mavelikkara Muvattupuzha Mysore
Nagercoil Nagpur Nedumangad Surat
Thissur Tirpur Trichy Trivandrum
Mumbai Moga