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Examination -> Grading Scheme -> Grading Scheme for Std. XII
Grading Scheme for Std XII (General Stream) Public Examination for the year 2012-2013
The Grading scheme for the public HSSC Examination consists of an external component of 80% weightage and internal component of 20% weightage.
The external component means the Public Examination conducted by the Board. The internal compenent consists of the First Mid Term Test, First Terminal Examination, Second Terminal Examination, Internal Practical Examination and Projects/Assignments conducted by the Institution.
Overall grade shall be awarded by the Board.
The following Nine point scale for Absolute Grading shall be used in all subjects, both academic as well as School Assessment subjects.
Table No. 1
Sr.
No.
Marks Range Letter Grade Grade Value Description
1. 91% to 100 % A 10 Outstanding
2. 81% to 90 % B 9 Excellent
3. 71% to 80% C 8 Very Good
4. 61% to 70% D 7 Good
5. 51% to 60% E 6 Above Average
6. 41% to 50% F 5 Average
7. 33% to 40% G 4 Fair
8. 21% to 32% H - Marginal
9. Below 21% I - Unsatisfactory
 
The Grade is to be awarded in each subject based on the marks scored as shown in Table No. 1 above. Grades will be alloted seperately for internal and external theory and practical components and grades will be alloted overall after adding internal and external theory and practical components.
1. Criteria for Passing
    A candidate :

   i) Has to secure a minimum H Grade in External Theory Examination and minimum H Grade to    separately in the practical and theory component.

   ii) Has to secure an overall Grade from A-G in a subject.

   iii) Is entitled for maximum 6 condonation marks for obtaining overall G Grade in one or more subject/s after adding the internal and external theory and practical components, provided the candidate has secured minimum ‘H’ Grade in External Theory Examination and minimum ‘H’
Grade in separately in the practical and theory component. These marks are to be given only in case the candidate passes the examination after the award of condonation marks.

  • In non pactical subjects, a non qualifying grade (I) in external theory component when combined with a qualifying grade in internal component will be awarded an overall non qualifying grade (I). In practical subjects, a non qualifying grade (I) in external component or overall theory and/or practical component will be awarded an overall non qualifying grade (I).
  • A candidate has to perform the required number of experiments in the practical subjects and answer the practical examination conducted by the school and the Board in a subject for which it is a component.
  • A candidate has to submit assignments or projects which is an application of theory wherever required.
  • A candidiate securing any grade between A to G in any four/five subjects and has an H or I grade in the remaining two/one subject/s, respectively, will be eligible to appear for external/practical component for the Examination to be held in June/July or subsequent Examination/ s in those subjects having H or I Grade. Such a candidate shall have to secure a grade from A to G in all such subjects to qualify for the next higher class.
Internal Assessment (I.A.) and its weightage in this HSSC Examination conducted by the Board.
a) 20% weightage is given to the Internal assessment, the details of which are given below.
    Non Practical Subject  Practical Subject
1st Mid-Term Test Max. Marks 20 20
Duration 1 hr 1 hr
Coverage of Portion First 25% First 25%
1st Terminal Exam. Max Marks 80 Theory - 60
Practical - 20
Duration 3 hrs 2 hrs Theory
Please see sr. no. 3 blw.
Coverage of Portion First 60% First 60%
2nd Terminal Exam. Max Marks 80 *Theory - 60
Practical - 20
  Duration 2 hrs* 2 hrs *Theory
Please see sr. no. 3 blw.
Coverage of Portion Remaining 40% Remaining 40%
Assignment/Project   20 20
Total Marks   200 200
 
q. Instructions to the parents / Guardians.
i) They should come personally with the students for the admission.
ii) They should visit the Principal at least once in a term
iii) They should keep a close watch on the behaviour and the study habits of their wards.
iv) They should collect the progress report of their wards after each exam/test.
v) They should encourage their wards to participate in cocurricular & extra curricular activities.
vi) Problems if any may be discussed personally with the Principal.
vii) They should attend meeting of Parents teachers association and make valuable suggestions.

 

 

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