Examination and Promotion Rules

Examination Rules :

CHOLASTIC: As per CBSE norms for classes IX - X

Three Written Periodic Tests will be conducted for each Subject in the entire Academic Session.

  • Pre Mid Term-First week of August
  • Mid Term-First week of November
  • Post Mid Term-Second week of January
  • Average of the Best two will be taken for classes IX and X,Final examination will be held in March with complete syllabus.

FOR CLASSES VI TO VIII

  • TERM 1 - Pre Mid Term-First week of August
  • Mid Term ( HALF YEARLY ) - First week of November
  • TERM 2 - Post Mid Term-Second week of January
  • Yearly Exam - March
  • Syllabus for yearly exam will comprise of 10 % of 1st term plus entire syllabus of 2nd term in class VI , 20 % of 1st term plus entire syllabus of 2nd term in class VII and 30 % of 1st term plus entire syllabus of 2nd term in class VIII.)

Weightage ( Classes IX - X )

Annual Examination 80%
Periodic Tests 10%
Notebook Submission 5%
Subject related Activities 5%
Total 100%
Weightage ( ClassesVI - VIII ) FOR TERM 1 and TERM 2

HALF YEARLY / YEARLY 80%
Periodic Tests 10%
Notebook Submission 5%
Subject related Activities 5%
Total 100%

It is mandatory to appear in all the examinations.

Detail of assessment of Note book Submission ( for classes VI to X )

1.Regularity and Punctuality (1 mark)
2. Assignment Completion (2 marks)
3. Neatness and notebook upkeep (2 marks)

Detail of Subject Enrichment Activities (for classes VI to X)

A. Languages - Assessment of Speaking & Listening Skills
B. Science - Practical Lab Work .C.
C. Mathematics - Conducting of Lab Activity
D. Social Science - Map Work &Project Work

Co-Scholastic Activities

1. Work Education
2. Art Education
3. Health and Physical Education

III. DISCIPLINE

1. Attendance
2. Sincerity
3. Behavior
4. Values

Grading will be done on a 5 - point basis (A - E ) for both II and III for classes IX and X and on 3 - point basis ( A - C ) for classes VI to VIII.

Promotion Rules

Students up to class-VIII will get compulsory promotion by means of the provision of Right To Education Act 2009.

  • Students will be given grades for each of the tests/activities/examination.
  • Grades will be given on a nine point scale i.e.

A - 91-100 A2 - 81-90 B1 - 71-80 B2 - 61-70
C1 - 51-60 C2 - 41-50 D - 33-40 E1 - 21-33 E2 - Less than 20

A student of class IX will be promoted to the next class if he gets the qualifying grades (i.e. A-D) in all the subjects as well as in Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA). He shall not be allowed to sit in the next class if he gets the non-qualifying grades i.e. E1 or E2.

As per rule of the Board, a student of class-X may be permitted to write external SA-II only when he/she plans to leave the Board (i.e. CBSE) in class-XI. For that his/her parents have to give a written application stating the reason before 31st August of his academic session of class-X. Otherwise for all the students the school will fill up the form for school based SA-II only.

For Class XI
Promotion will be based on the weightage of the marks obtained in the class test and three examinations i.e. 1st term,

2nd term and 3rd term*. A candidate must obtain 35% in each subject and an aggregate of 40% for promotion.

  • Students who fail in a class more than once will have to leave the school.
  • The attendance of 75% during the academic year is compulsory Otherwise the students will not be allowed to appear at the final examination.
  • Hindi medium - According to the rules of the Madhya Pradesh Board, Bhopal.

The idea of Little Star School, came into existance to fulfill the dreams of the little stars, who have infinite inherent talent and capability to outshine in this world if receive right guidance and education

Dr. Harisingh Gour Nagar (Pt. Deendayal Nagar), Makronia, Sagar (M.P.)
Mob:97134 41188

We have focussed on building a fully equipped institute with all the means and amenities where the children of Sagar get access to the finest education at their own place.