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Academics

COURSES OF STUDY

PRIMARY SECTION: CLASS I to V

Subjects:- The following are the main subjects taught from class I to V

Besides the above, the children are evaluated for the following areas also:

The progress of the child is evaluated through two Formative Assessments (FAs) and one Summative Assessment (SA) for the main subjects in each term.

MIDDLE SCHOOL: CLASS VI to VII

There are six main subjects which are taught in our school

Promotion to Class IX

The average marks of Term-I and Term-II of class VIII are added and average is obtained which is converted into grades. A student will be promoted to class IX only if he / she obtains minimum grade ‘D’ in the subjects 1 to 6.

SECONDARY SCHOOL: CLASS IX and X

Subject: Students are evaluated for five main subjects known as Scholastic Area and 18 other areas, which have direct bearing on their progress in life.

Scholastic Area

  •  English (Code 01)
  • Hindi (Code 002)
  • Mathematics (Code 041)
  • Science (Physics, Chemistry and Biology) (Code 086)
  • Social Science (History, Geography, Civics and Economics) (Code 087)
  • IT (Code 402)

Evaluation of the Scholastic Area (Subjects 1 to 5)

The progress of the students of class IX and X is evaluated through six Formative Assessments and two Unit Tests conducted in each term; followed by one Summative Assessment, which is conducted at the end of each term. The marks of SAs and the average marks of FAs are added to arrive at the total marks obtained in a term in each subject. These marks are converted into grades

Promotions to Class X

The average marks of Term-I and Term-II are added and an average is obtained which is converted into grades. A student of class IX will be promoted to class X if he / she obtains minimum grade 'D' in the subjects 1 to 5. The student should obtain minimum grades in non-scholastic areas too. Those who get less than grade 'D' in any subject are given a chance for 'Improvement of Performance', soon after the Term-II. The concerned students need to appear for IOP only in that subject in which he/she got less than 'D' grade.

Class X

Marks of each subject obtained in class IX and X are sent to CBSE board. The board calculates the grades on the basis of the average marks of class IX (Term-I and Term-II) and X (Term-I and Term-II). The grades obtained in other areas are also sent to the board. On the basis of the above data, the board issues the 'Certificate of continuous & comprehensive evaluation'.

Promotion to Class XI

Student should obtain pass-grade 'D' in each subject in class X to be eligible to get admission in class XI or equivalent. Those who get less than grade 'D' in any subject is given a chance for 'Improvement of Performance', soon after the declaration of the result by the board. Student need to appear only in the subject/subjects in which he / she get less than grade 'D'.

SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL: CLASS XI and XII

Group of Subjects offered in XI and XII

Science Stream

Commerce Stream

Compulsory Graded Subjects to be taught at Senior Secondary stage

1. Work Experience 2. Physical & Health Education 3. General Studies 4. EVS

Examinations in Class XI

Unit Tests

Besides class tests, two Unit Tests are conducted in each subject in each term to maintain continuity and uniformity of assessment throughout the year.

Half Yearly Examination

This test is conducted in September, at the close of Term-I. Questions are asked from the lessons taught in Term-I.

Final Examination

This is the formal promotional examination which is conducted at the end of Term-II in March. The entire course prescribed and taught in the whole academic year constitutes the syllabus of examination.

Promotion to Class XII

A student must obtain minimum 40 percent marks in each subject to be eligible for promotion to class XII.

Examinations in Class XII

The pattern of examination for XI and XII is the same but with two exceptions
a. Final examination is conducted by CBSE.
b. There are two Pre-Board Examinations.

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Rasphil Academy was founded by Mr. Rashid Siddiqui in the year 1994 . The name of the academy, which begins with the initials of his name, is indicative of the philosophy of the academy; hence the name is ‘Rasphil Academy’.

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