►1. Affiliation letter  ►2. Trust Registration letter  ►3. NOC 
►4. Recognition certi under RTE act  ►5. Building Safety Certificate  ►6. Fire Safty Certi 
►7. Health and sanitation cert  ►8. List of SMC  ►9. List of PTA 
►10. Result of Last three year  ►11. Teacher Details 

The academic year is divided into two terms; April to August / September or October to March.

     Constant and continuous monitoring of the children is followed in the school in scholastic and co-scholastic areas. Hence, a Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) system as per CBSE guidelines is adopted by the school which also monitors the overall progress of the student. Music, dance, computer technology, life skills and physical education are part of the curriculum.

     Pre Primary:  The school does not believe in putting pressure of studies on these blooming buds. Continuous evaluation will be the criteria of assessing the performance. This will be calculated on the basis of cumulative performance based on worksheet and class-work done through-out the academic year.

AWARDS: We at Urmi School believe in encouraging students to do better in various fields. Prizes and Certificates are given to deserving students.

*  Sports certificates and prizes for winner of respective class group.

*  Good efforts for showing remarkable and consistent efforts in academics and other school activities.

The CCE scheme is as follows:

       Class I to V : Students will be evaluated through periodic assessments like work sheets, projects, group activities, conversation and reading skills, aptitude tests etc. Besides that, two revision assessments will be taken in Sept. and March respectively for major subjects.




CBSE -Examination Pattern  2018-19

Class   I to V

Term -1   - 100 Marks

            Work sheet (April and July) 25Marks + Half Yearly Exam —50       Marks(Sept) Activity 10 Marks + Notebooks  Submission 10 Marks     + Oral  Test 5 Marks

Term -2 —100  Marks

            Work sheet (October /November and December /January) 25      Marks + Annual Exam   —50 Marks(March) + Activity 10 Marks +       Notebooks Submission 10 Marks + Oral  Test 5 Marks



Class   VI to VIII

Term-1 : 100 Marks

            Two Periodic Tests in April and July (10%) + Half Yearly Exam in    September (80 Marks) + Activity (5 Marks) + Notebooks        Submission (5 Marks)

Term-2 : 100 Marks

            Two Periodic Tests  in (October / November and December /       January)(10%) + Annual  Exam in March (80 Marks) +             Activity  (5 Marks) + Notebooks Submission (5 Marks)



Class   IX  & X

Term  1 :  100 Marks (20 Marks Internal Assessment)

            Average of two Periodic Tests (April & July) 10 Marks +   Half Yearly Exam (September) 80 Marks + Activity (5 Marks) +            Notebooks Submission (5 Marks)Term 2 : 100 Marks (20 Marks Internal Assessment)

            Average of two Periodic Tests (Oct /Nov & Dec)10 Marks + Annual Exam(March) 80 Marks + Activity (5 Marks) + Notebooks  Submission (5 Marks)                   


Question paper will be of 80 marks for both Class IX & X.                                                        



Class X Board Exam

a)         Average of best two periodic tests will be counted in Internal Assessment out of 10 marks.

b)         Notebooks Submission  (5 marks): Notebooks submission is a  part of internal assessment & is aimed at enhancing seriousness       of students towards preparing notes for the topics being taught   in the classrooms  as well as  assignments. This also addresses       the critical aspect of regularity, punctuality, neatness and  notebooks upkeep.

c)          Subject Enrichment Activities (5 marks) :  These are subject specific application activities aimed  at  enrichment of the understanding and skill development.  These activities are to be recorded  internally by respective subject teachers. 

            33% passing marks: Henceforth students have to score 27 or more marks  out of 80   to clear the exam for each subject.

       Co-Scholastic Activities : School   promotes co-curricular activities for  the holistic  development of the students . These activities will be graded on a       five-point grading scale (A to E) and will have no descriptive         indicators. No up scaling of grades will be done.


Class XI and XII

Science Stream :

         English & four elective subjects (Physics, Chemistry are compulsory subjects)

         Maths / Biology (any one)

         Computer Science / Political Science / Physical Education  (any one)

Commerce Stream :

         English & four elective subjects (Accountancy, Economics & Business Studies are compulsory subjects)

         Computer Science / Political Science / Physical Education  (any one)

         1.       The evaluation system comprises class test, unit test & Term examination  including internal  assessments.

         2.       A student is required to secure a minimum of 35% marks in each subject to become eligible for   promotion.

         3.       80% attendance is compulsory.

         [ For Class XII two pre board exams will be conducted in December / January.