Assessment and Evaluation

Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) as the name implies is a development process of assessment which emphasizes on two fold objectives i.e. continuity and evaluation on the one hand and assessment of broad range of instructional outcomes on the other.

How it Helps?
  • It helps in reducing the stress and anxiety which especially is seen among the age group of 13-15 years while the examination period.
  • Reduction in drop-out rate due to reduced stress to the students
  • Concept of learning introduced rather than following old method of teaching just to ensure passing the tests.
  • The emphasis is more on conceptual clarification through experiential learning in the classroom
  • It also helps to a great extent in personality development of each student
  • It is expected to deliver a great health to any student since they are making huge effort towards physical fitness of student, mental alerts, and also help them to be emotionally balanced.
  • Students also have focused approach towards developing their interests, hobbies and personalities.
  • It also helps to students and parents to identify the course or subject to be chosen during the next class.
  • It helps to equip the students with life skills i.e. creative and critical thinking skills, social and coping skills.
Assessment and Evaluation
  • The “Continuous” aspect of CCE takes care of “Continual” evaluation
  • Continual means assessment of students in the beginning of instructions (placement evaluation) and assessment during the instructional process (formative evaluation) done informally using multiple techniques of evaluation
  • Periodicity means assessment of performance done frequently at the end of unit/term.
  • The “Comprehensive” component of CCE takes care of assessment of all round development of the child’s personality. It includes assessment in scholastic as well as co-scholastic aspect include curricular areas or subjects specific areas, whereas co-scholastic aspects include life skills, co-curricular, attitudes and values.
  • Assessments in scholastic areas are done informally and formally using multiple techniques of evaluation continuously and periodically. The diagnostic evaluation takes place at the end of unit / term. The causes of poor performance in some units are observed using tests. These are followed up with appropriate interventions followed by retesting.
  • Assessment in co-scholastic areas is done using multiple techniques on the basis of identified criteria, while assessment in the life skills is done on the basis of indicators of assessment and checklists.
Function of CCE
  • Continuous and Comprehensive Evolution identifies areas of aptitude and interest.
  • It helps in making decision for future regarding choice of subject, course and career.
  • It provides information / reports on the progress of students
  • It provides child a realistic self-assessment of how he/she studies. It motivates children to develop good study habits, to correct errors, and to direct their activities towards achievement of desired goals.
  • It helps the teacher to organize effective strategies. Continuous evaluation helps in regular assessment of learner’s progress & serves to diagnose weaknesses. It permits the teacher to ascertain an individual leaner’s strength and weakness.
Assessment Pattern

There are two patterns to conduct the assessments like below:

  • Formative Assessment: It is a process used by a teacher to continuously monitor students’ progress in a non-threating and supportive environment.
  • Summative Assessment: it is carried out at the end of course of instruction. It indicates and measures the amount of learning student has done in the school.
Features of Summative Pattern
  • It is diagnostic and remedial
  • Makes the provision for effective feedback
  • Platform for active involvement of students in their own learning.
  • Enables teachers to adjust teaching to take account of the result of assessment
  • Recognizes the profound influence assessment has on the motivation and self-esteem of students.
  • It helps students recognize their own mistake and overcome by learning the same very soon.
  • Incorporate various learning styles into deciding what and how to teach.
  • Encourage students to understand the eligibility of the submission of work and towards the judgment of the work.
Features of CCE
  • The “Continuous” aspect of CCE takes care of “Continual” evaluation
  • Continual means assessment of students in the beginning of instructions (placement evaluation) and assessment during the instructional process (formative evaluation) done informally using multiple techniques of evaluation
  • Periodicity means assessment of performance done frequently at the end of unit/term.
  • The “Comprehensive” component of CCE takes care of assessment of all round development of the child’s personality. It includes assessment in scholastic as well as co-scholastic aspect include curricular areas or subjects specific areas, whereas co-scholastic aspects include life skills, co-curricular, attitudes and values.
  • Assessments in scholastic areas are done informally and formally using multiple techniques of evaluation continuously and periodically. The diagnostic evaluation takes place at the end of unit / term. The causes of poor performance in some units are observed using tests. These are followed up with appropriate interventions followed by retesting.
  • Assessment in co-scholastic areas is done using multiple techniques on the basis of identified criteria, while assessment in the life skills is done on the basis of indicators of assessment and checklists.

Announcements

Achievers list of Poetry Recitation Competition for Grade II

Veer Chauhan- First Position -Grade II B - Coral House

Om Pathak- Second Position -Grade II E - Aqua House

Navamee Gavalii- Third Position -Grade II C - Coral House

Alankrita Ojha- Third Position -Grade II D - Jade House

Shardul Autade - Fourth Position -Grade II C - Amber House

Spruha Gawade - Fourth Position -Grade II B - Aqua House



Class Photograph for Grade I to X is scheduled on 20/1/18

Achievers list of Poetry Recitation Competition for Grade I

Praneel Trivedi - First Position -Grade I C - Coral House

Yatharth Uttekar - Second Position -Grade I A - Amber House

Aarya Suryavanshi- Third Position -Grade I A - Jade House

Ishana Shetty - Fourth Position -Grade I A - Amber House



Inter house G.K Quiz for Grade VI & VII will be conducted on 22/1/18

Inter house Group Singing Competition for Grade VI to IX will be conducted on 24/1/18. Screening round for the same will be conducted on 19/1/18

Parenting workshop for secondary section and Vedic math orientation program for primary section is postponed. New dates will be informed later

Grade IX Periodic Test Timetable & Syllabus 2017-18


Grade X will have holiday on 11/1/18 as a study leave for Periodic Test 3.

Solo Dance Competition for grade I and II- Achievers List

Grade I- 1st Position Ms Vidhi Thappa from Aqua House

2nd Position Ms Vaishnavi Ganapati from Coral House

Ms Sachi Talesra from Aqua House

3rd Position Ms Swara Kubel from Aqua House

Grade II- 1st Position Ms Shravani Pawar from Amber House

Ms Aarya Kamble from Aqua House

2nd Position Mast Veer Rupnawar from Aqua House

Ms Sanskruti Kushari from Coral House

3rd Position Ms Nitya Kumbla from Aqua House

Ms Saisha Kamble from Coral House

Ms Alankrita Ojha from Jade House



Circular No. 13


Grade X Periodic Test 3 from 12/11/18. Timing 8:15 am to 12:30 pm

Grade X Revision Test 1 Timetable & Syllabus 2017-18


Grade VI Periodic Test 2 Timetable 2017-18


Grade VII Periodic Test 2 Timetable & Syllabus 2017-18


Grade VIII Periodic Test 2 Timetable & Syllabus 2017-18


Winners of Elecution competition Grade III held on 28.12.17

Ist Position Krutika Agnihotri- Grade III A- Jade House

IInd Position Shriya Matura- Grade III E- Amber House

IIIrd Position shared by two students-

Arya Kadam -Grade III A- Aqua House

Sharayu Phadnis -Grade III B- Jade House

Winners of solo singing competition Grade II held on 26.12.17

Ist Position Pranjal Pujari- Grade II C- Aqua House

IInd Position Kartik Sharma- Grade II E- Jade House

IIIrd Position Rugvedi Nakti- Grade II E- Coral House

IVth Position Sai Phadtare-Grade II E- Amber House



Winners of solo singing competition Grade I held on 26.12.17

Ist Position Swara Kubal - Grade I B - Aqua House

IInd Position Manthan Mahatre - Grade I A - Amber House

IIIrd Position Aaradhya - Grade I E - Coral House

IVth Position Parvati -Grade I D - Jade House



International English Olympiad by SOF results are declared and the following students are qualified for level II

Sharayu. N. Phadnis Grade III B

Arman Satapathy Grade IV B

Aron Aji Grade V C

Drushti Bhadsavle Grade VII C



PTA Members 2017-18


Grade X Results 2016-17 by DMWA AIROLI | Jun 5, 2017 | Achievement |

Congratulation 100% Result School Toppers

Mast.Atharva Khade Secured 1st Rank with 96.6% Miss. Isha Gupta Secured 2nd Rank with 96.4% Mast.Siddharth Upadhyay Secured 3rd Rank with 96.2%

Subject Topper English Miss.Isha Gupta Secured 97 Marks

Subject Toppers Hindi Mast.Yash Jawale Secured 97 Marks Mast.Siddharth Upadhyay Secured 97 Marks

Subject Toppers Sanskrit Miss.Isha Gupta Secured 99 Marks Mast.Atharva Khade Secured 99 Marks

Subject Topper Science Mast.Atharva Khade Secured 97 Marks

Subject Topper Social Science Mast.Atharva Khade Secured 100 Marks

Subject Topper Social Science Mast.Yash Jawale Secured 98 Marks

8 Students secured 10 CGPA & 26 Students Secured 9 and above CGPA

* Admission for Academic Year 2017-18 are open.