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The teacher evaluation process for these classes is according to the Early Education Development Programme (E.E.D.P.) introduced by the D.A.V. Education Board. The programme designed herein intends to help children grow, learn and develop physically, socially, emotionally, morally and intellectually, thus catering to his/her over-all development. There would be no formal tests and the child would be evaluated on the basis of his/her day to day performance. However, surprise tests would be held from time to time to check the child’s alertness.
Purpose of Teaching

  • To enhance language ability by using language skills.
  • To make children feel wanted and loved in order to fulfill their emotional needs.
  • To stimulate muscles by constant use i.e. physical development.
  • To help children in their social development.
  • To facilitate development of cognitive skills.
  • All round development of the student to make the learning process enjoyable.
  • To inculcate moral values through prayers, telling stories.
Evaluation For Classes I & II

In class I &II we are already following the EEDP presented by the D.A.V Education Board. The child will be evaluated continuously throughout the year in various areas of learning set in the curriculum. Tests will be conducted from time to time for continuous evaluation. The child will be graded on the basis of this evaluation. The teachers evaluate the performance of the child continuously throughout the year in various areas of learning and for the same prepare the checklist after the completion of a particular activity.

Terms Month
Term 1 April to August
Term 2 September to December
Term 3 January to March


  • Note Books.
  • Report Card.
  • Project work/Activity.
  • Behavior and moral values.
            Evaluation For Classes III & VIII

To enhance and improve the overall performance of your ward the system of evaluation for classes III to VIII will be continuous. The students will be tested in his/her reading, writing, speaking and listening skills in the languages, activities and projects in other subjects.

  • C.B.S.E. has introduced the CCE, CCE means Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation.
  • It will evaluate both scholastic and co-scholastic areas.
  • It will have Formative and Summative Assessment.
  • Formative assessment will be done by the teacher to continuously monitor student progress and Summative assessment will test the syllabus in a pen-paper test.
  • Formative assessment carries 40% weight age and Summative assessment has 60% weight age and both will be reflected in the Report card.Co-scholastic areas include behavior, discipline, life skills, attitudes, values, literary & creative skills, scientific skills, aesthetic skills, performing arts & clubs and physical education.
  • Those who do not get grade (D and above), shall not be permitted for admission to the next class. 
  • The candidates who obtain grade E1 or E2 in a subject will have to improve their performance through subsequent attempts.
  • Only those who get qualifying certificates shall be eligible for admission in higher classes