CBSE CCE Report Card With Upscaling

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CBSE has recently given new guidelines in CCE in which student's performance in co-scholastic activities can help him in upscaling the grades in scholastic areas. If the gradepoints of co-scholastic areas are 34-42, grades in two scholastic subjects can be upscaled to next grade and if the gradepoints are 19-33, one scholastic subject grade can be upscaled.

We have incorporated this in Applane EI, our software for CCE Report Card Generation.

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  • AS PER AS MY RULES MY BOOK WRITING DAYS ARE LIKE THIS

    2015-(A) 1ST JANUARY 2015 TO 28TH FEBRUARY 2015

    (B) 1ST MARCH 2015 TO 30TH APRIL 2015

    (C) 1ST MAY 2015 TO 30TH JUNE 2015

    (D) 1ST JULY 2015 TO 31ST AUGUST 2015

    & (E) 1ST SEPTTEMBER 2015 TO 31ST OCTOBER 2015
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CBSE CCE Report Card With Upscaling

  1. 1. Affiliation No. :530110 DAV Multipurpose Public School Sector - 15 Sonepat, Haryana E-mail Id : davmps@yahoo.co.in Telephone No. : 0130-2230613 Report Book CLASS IX Session : 2009-10 Student Profile Name of Student : Shubham Section : C House : DAYANAND Admission Number : 4737 Date of Birth : 11-06-1995 Residential Address : 403,Sec-12 Phone No. : 2235304 Board Registration No. : P/11/04126/234184 Mother 's Name : KANTA RANI Father 's Name : Rajender Singh Health Status Height : 148.0 Cms. Weight : 32.0 Kgs. Blood Group : A+ Vision Left : 6/24 Vision Right : 6/24 Teeth : Normal Oral Hygiene : Normal Specific Ailment, If any : None Attendance Total attendance of the student : 164 Total working days :180 Specimen Signature of Parents/Guardian : Signature of the Class Teacher : Signature of the Principal with Seal :
  2. 2. PART 1 : ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE : SCHOLASTIC AREAS* A. TERM I TERM II SUBJECT FA 1 FA 2 TOTAL(FA) SA 1 TOTAL FA 3 FA 4 TOTAL(FA) SA 2(G) TOTAL OVERALL OVERALL GRADE((Formative GRADE*(including & Summative)) co-scholastic) LANGUAGE - I B1 A1 A2 B1 B1 B1 A2* LANGUAGE - II B1 A2 A2 A2 A2 A2 A1* MATHEMATICS A1 A1 A1 A1 A1 A1 A1 SCIENCE A1 A1 A1 A2 A1 A1 A1 SOCIAL SCIENCE A2 A1 A1 B1 A2 A2 A2 B. TERM I TERM II GRADE DESCRIPTIVE INDICATORS GRADE DESCRIPTIVE INDICATORS WORK EXPERIENCE A+ Shubham plans and adheres to timelines.He demonstrates a positive attitude.He is helpful and guides and facilitates ART EDUCATION others. A Shubham has innovative and creative approach.He shows PHYSICAL & HEALTH EDUCATION willingness to experiment with different art modes/ mediums.He does peer appreciation. A Shubham appreciates and understands good physical health and physical fitness.He has motivation and leadership quality. PART 2 : CO - SCHOLASTIC AREAS 2A : LIFE SKILLS TERM I TERM II SKILL GRADE DESCRIPTIVE INDICATORS GRADE DESCRIPTIVE INDICATORS THINKING SKILLS A+ Shubham raises questions identifies and analyzes problems.He generates new ideas with fluency. SOCIAL SKILLS A Shubham gets along well with others.He takes criticism positively. EMOTIONAL SKILLS A+ Shubham identifies causes and effects of stress on oneself.He is able to identify ones own strengths and weaknesses. * Thinking skills (Creative and Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, Decision Making,Self Awareness) * Social Skills(Interpersonal, Communication, Empathy) * Emotional Skills (Dealing with Stress, Managing Emotions)
  3. 3. 2B : ATTITUDES & VALUES (Grading on a Three point scale A+,A and B) TERM I TERM II S.No. GRADE DESCRIPTIVE INDICATORS GRADE DESCRIPTIVE INDICATORS 1. ATTITUDE TOWARDS 1.1 TEACHERS A+ Shubham takes criticism in the right spirit.He takes criticism in the right spirit. 1.2 SCHOOL MATES A+ Shubham respects and is sensitive to differences among peers in - ability religious beliefs gender culture etc. 1.3 PROGRAMMES A+ Shubham delivers a job assigned effectively and responsibly.He inspires others to participate in school 1.4 ENVIRONMENT programmes. 2. VALUE SYSTEMS A+ Shubham takes the initiative and plans activities directed towards the betterment of the environment. A+ Shubham has self - respect.He displays commitment and an open mind.He displays a positive attitude towards peers adults and community seeks and provides solutions..He exhibits leadership. PART 3 : CO - SCHOLASTIC ACTIVITIES(Grading on a Three point scale A+,A and B) 3(A) : Any two of the following to be assessed TERM I TERM II ACTIVITY GRADE DESCRIPTIVE INDICATORS GRADE DESCRIPTIVE INDICATORS LITERARY & CREATIVE SKILLS SCIENTIFIC SKILLS A+ Shubham displays good experimental skills and a practical knowledge of various everyday phenomena. AESTHETIC & PERFORMING ART CLUBS(Eco Club, Health and Wellness and A+ Shubham takes the initiative to plan and drive creative others) events like festivals environment week fund raisers seminars quizzes etc. HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION 3(B) Any two of the following to be assessed (Grading on a Three Point Scale A+,A and B) 1. Sport/Indigenous Sports 2. NCC/NSS 3. Scouting & Guiding S.No. Grade ACTIVITY DESCRIPTIVE INDICATOR 4. Swimming 5. Gymnastic 6. Yoga 1 A SPORTS/INDIGENOUS SPORTS Shubham shows good hand-eye coordination. 7. First-Aid 8. Gardening/Shramdaan 2 A+ FIRST AID Shubham show commitment to her/his work. The Formative Assessment (FA) comprises of paper-pencil tests as well as assignments, projects, practical work etc. Only the grades may be reflected in the column under FA and SA. Separate registers may be maintained by teachers to record the marks obtained by students in different tasks. These marks may be converted into grades according to given grading system and entered in the columns.
  4. 4. Students are to be awarded grades according to the following scheme: GRADING SYSTEM SCHOLASTIC - A SCHOLASTIC - B MARKS RANGE GRADE GRADE POINT GRADE 91-100 A1 10.0 A+ 81-90 A2 9.0 A 71-80 B1 8.0 B+ 61-70 B2 7.0 B 51-60 C1 6.0 C 41-50 C2 5.0 33-40 D 4.0 21-32 E1 00-20 E2 Promotion is based on the day-to-day work of the students throughout the year and also on the performance in the terminal examination. *First Term - FA1 (10%) + FA2 (10%) + SA1 (20%) Formative Assessment (FA) 1+2+3+4 = 40% *Second Term- FA3 (10%) + FA4 (10%) + SA2 (40%) Summative Assessment (SA) 1+2 = 60% LIFE SKILLS ASSESSMENT (2A) ** The 5 point Grading Scale for Life Skills Assessment is given below: Most indicators in a skill - A+ Some indicators in a skill - B+ Many indicators in a skill - A Few indicators in a skill - B Very Few indicators in a skill - C

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