Class I to Class V
Q1. What is the criteria for selecting students for Intra School and Inter school competitions?
Parents are informed about the various competitions through planners, circulars and diary notes. The interested parents prepare the child as per the guidelines and the rules of the competition. The prepared students are then shortlisted and polished by the concerned teachers keeping the criteria of judgement in mind.
Q2. What is the process of evaluation?
Evaluation is the integral part of teaching – learning process. It is an ongoing process which tells us from time to time whether the learning objectives laid down, have been achieved.
D.A.V education board follows the guidelines set by CBSE, i.e. continuous evaluation. The students are evaluated on the basis of their day to day performance in class. A programme report after every unit is given.
A formal date sheet along with details of the examination pattern is given to each and every student at the beginning of the session.
Q3. Learner’s spending too much time on activities, not able to cope up with studies, having internet problem?
We are following NCF 2005 according to which now education is child centric and needs to involve him/her in teaching learning process, this is possible by involving him in the various activities and most of the activities are done in the class itself.
Q4. Lack of understanding of the evaluation pattern in the primary section of school?
The school follows the continuous evaluation pattern suggested by the CBSE. For further reference, the parents can refer to the following notices
- Ref. No. DAVSV/2014-15/123 dated 16/4/2014 for class II
- Ref. No. DAVSV/2014-15/122 dated 16/4/2014 for class III
- Ref. No. DAVSV/2014-15/121 dated 16/4/2014 for class IV
- Ref. No. DAVSV/2014-15/120 dated 16/4/2014 for Class V
Q5. I (Parent) have a problem in the seating arrangement of the classroom?
In the primary section, the seating arrangement and the partners are rotated on a regular basis so that bonding can be developed between the students and also the students develop the qualities of tolerance and ability to adjust. In case there is any other problem the parent can discuss with the class teacher concerned.
Class VI to Class XII
Q1. What activities are initiated in the school for developing scientific attitude in a child?
- Relating science with daily life through class activities.
- Science club, Eco club in the school organize various activities from time to time like workshops, quiz, debates etc.
- Encouraging participation in Olympiads.
- Providing opportunities to participate in different competitions at school level, inter – school and zonal level.
Q2. How are grades determined in the classroom?
Scholastic grades will be given on the basis of the child’s performance in the exam (FA’s and SA’s).
Co – scholastic grades are decided according to the overall performance of the child. All the subject teachers give grade on the basis of their knowledge, discipline, attitude, honesty, values etc.
Q3. How can the performance of English language be improved?
English can be improved only by developing reading habit. Read as many good magazines/newspapers as possible. They should interact with peers and teachers in English.
Q4. Students don’t listen to parents and are aggressive, kindly guide?
We at DAVSV have a expert team of counsellors and special educators to guide your child.
Q5. How can we improve upon communication skills?
Communication is made up of two important elements.
- Thoughts ( content )
- Expression ( Form)
So, anything and everything that comes in our way for the exposure of English language is of great help.
For ex. Any good book, any write up, watching English channels (news, discovery etc), listening to some good thoughts and music.
Q6. Parents are frequently concerned about the low grades of their child in spite of providing them with tutors at home?
The child’s performance at school can be improved by :-
- Regular follow up by the parents for homework and class work.
- The child should have a time table at home.
- Student should be motivated and encouraged.
- Care should be taken about his diet and sleep.
Q7. What is the criterion set by CBSE for declaring the students promoted to the next class?
The students need to score at least 25% marks in SA1 and SA2 (individual subjects).
Q8. What is PSA?
It is Problem Solving Assessment. Question paper is prepared and evaluated by CBSE.
Q9. Why are children involved in too many co-curricular activities?
Co-curricular activities are an integral part of CCE. They enhance the good qualities and skills of the students. The students are graded for these activities.
Q10. Why is there so much of result variation in class XI as compared to class X?
In class X the syllabus is limited and divided as they have semester system whereas in class XI the difficulty level in each subject increases de to the detailed study of that subject which students find it hard to cope with initially. Also, they have to cover the entire syllabus for the exam.
Q11. What extra efforts the child needs to focus upon and improve his performance?
Regular and consistent study. Understanding the concepts and practising them from Ref. books and sample papers. Consistent hard work.
Q12. What reference books the child should follow other than NCERT?
Teacher suggests the books and sample papers according to the subject.