The Convent of Jesus and Mary is a school recognised by the Delhi Administration,
and it is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education.
The School has provisions for the 10+2 scheme of education with approved facilities
for the academic stream in classes from K.G. to Class XII.
The academic year is divided into two terms.
Assessment structure for the Academic Year 2018-19 for Classes IV – X
1. Scholastic Area
Classes IV & V
Classes VI & VIII
Classes IX and X
Co-curricular activities promote holistic development of the student. These include
Work Education, Art Education, Performing Arts and Health and Physical Education.
The aspect of regularity, sincere participation, output and teamwork will be the
criteria for grading. Students will be graded on a 3-point grading scale (A to C)
for classes IV to VIII and a 5-point grading scale (A to E) for Classes IX & X.
Discipline, sincerity, good behavior and values develop strength and foster unity
and co-operation. Assessment for discipline will be based on factors like attendance,
sincerity, behaviour, values, tidiness, respectfulness for rules and regulations,
attitude towards society, nation and others. Students will be graded on a 3-point
grading scale (A to C) for classes IV to VIII and a 5-point grading scale (A to
E)for Classes IX & X.
1. Assessment for class XI will be based on the students continuous academic performance
during the year. The weightage allocated to formative assessment and examination
is given below
UT - 20%
Term I - 20%
Term II - 60%
2. No test or exam will be conducted for absentees. If a student is absent for a
test or exam, she will be marked zero in it. All tests are as important as Terminal
3. Grades will be given in the following areas of learning:
• Work Experience
• Physical Education
• Value Education/Catechism
A student must pass in the above areas of learning in order to be declared passed
The Pre-board Examination is compulsory for class XII and will be conducted on the
board pattern. Every student must do these and get a pass percentage in all five
subjects if she has to be declared fit for the board examination.
1. Students found using unfair means during test or an examination will be marked
zero in that subject. They will also not be eligible for any academic award or the
student council. Serious action will be taken against a repetitive defaulter.
2. A medical certificate stating a severe illness of a student may be accepted and
the student exempted from the final examination.
3. Parents are strongly advised not to send their children to school for examination
if they are ill. However, a serious view will be taken of those students who regularly
absent themselves from tests and exams.