Curriculum

Hardayal Public School, Bahadurgarh is affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) which is the largest educational board in the country.

Montessori Department

Evaluation and assessment is a continuous process in this wing. No formal tests are conducted. The progress report is prepared which provides a comprehensive record & each child’s growth and development. Grades are given from A+ to D and the child is assessed accordingly. No child is detained in the Montessori department. Children with outstanding performance in academic and co-curricular activities are awarded certificates.

Curriculum
• A multi faceted approach to Academics is followed to help the development of appropriate competency & aptitude of students. The initiation of the 3R’s (Reading, Writing & Airthmetic) is with constant encouragement.

• Stress is laid on language development through communication & basic grammar concept.

• Project based study of Social & Life Science is conducted with practical experiences to motivate self-learning.

• A logical mathematical approach to deal with numbers and enhance the calculative skills of the students is introduced.

• The intensive use of multimedia helps to stimulate the interest and intelligence of the students with no memorizing facts.

• The school offers in class I to III : English, Hindi, Mathematics, EVS, GK, Moral Science and Computer.

• The school offers in class IV & V : English, Hindi, Mathematics, Science, Social Science, GK, Moral Science & Computers

Assessment and Evaluation
To make learning a joyful experience and nurture the talent and creative potential of the learner, the assessment system is based on the continuous & comprehensive evaluation throughout the academic session.

For Classes I & II
There shall be six Evaluations. Each evaluation consists of internal assessments and written evaluations. Weightage calculation for Promotion .

Class I & II Evaluation 1 Evaluation 2 Evaluation 3 Evaluation 4 Evaluation 5 Evaluation 6
Written Evaluation 30 30 30 30 30 30
Internal Assessment 20 20 20 20 20 20


The grades are allotted in the report cards based on a 5 points scale which is appended below:

Marks Range 90 -100 80-89 60-79 40-59 Below 40
Grades A+ A B C D


For Classes III – V
Examination will be conducted as per the continuous and comprehensive Evaluation CCE prescribed by CBSE. CCE is a process to provide holistic profile of the leaves through regular assessments of both scholastic and co-scholastic areas of development over total span of learning time.

It will be spread over two terms during one academic session. Each terms will have two Formative Assessments (FA) and one Summative Assessment (SA)

FA1 and FA3 will be based on activities like oral quizzes, debates, role plays, project, activities, worksheets and other assignments etc and written test.

Unit test (Pen Paper Test) subject wise will be a part of FA II in the first term and FA IV in the second term along with assessment of notebooks.

Summative Assessment will be a Paper Pen Test only, which will be held in September and March in the academic session.

The students are to be awarded grades according to the guidelines prescribed by CBSE. The marks distribution for both the term is as follow:

First Term Second Term Overall Grade Grade Total
FA1 FA2 SA1 FA3 FA4 SA2
50 50 100 50 50 100


Class III to V FA 1 FA 2 SA 1 FA 3 FA 4 SA 2
Written 40 40 60 40 40 60
Internal Assessment 10 10 40 10 10 40


Grade Performance Percentage
A+ Outstanding 90% - 100%
A Excellent 75% - 89%
B Very Good 56% - 74%
C Good 35% - 55%
D Scope for improvement Below 35%

Classes VI – VIII
Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation is followed by the school for assessing the scholastic and co-scholastic areas of teaching learning process. It comprises of 3 Parts.

Part I consists of evaluation of scholastic Areas which comprises of two terms. The First Term will be from April – September and the second term from October – March of the subsequent year. Each term will have two Formative and one Summative Assessment. Assessment will be indicated in Grades.

Part II consists of Co-scholastic Area where students are assessed in four parts on a five point Grading scale once in a session. It comprises Life Skills, Work Education, Visual and Performing Arts & Attitudes and Values.

Part III consists of Co-curricular Activities where in choice in participation and assessment thereof is available. It has two sub-parts to be assessed on a four point grading scale. Part A has Literary and Creative skills, Scientific Skills, Information and Communicative Technology and Organisational and leadership skills. Part B comprises of Health and Physical Activities which has eight different kinds of activities out of which two will be assessed. These are Sports/Indigenous sports, NCC/NSS, Scouting and Guiding, Swimming, Gymnastics, Yoga, First Aid, Gardening/Shramdaan. The Grading scale for Scholastic and Co-Scholastic areas is appended below:-

Scholastic A Scholastic B Co-Scholastic
Marks Range Grade Grade Point Grade Grade Point Grade Grade Point
91 - 100 A1 10.0 A+ 5 A+ 3
81 - 90 A2 9.0 A 4
71 - 80 B1 8.0 B+ 3 A 2
61 - 70 B2 7.0 B 2
51 - 60 C1 6.0 C 1 B 1
41 - 50 C2 5.0
33 - 40 D 4.0
21 - 32 E1 3.0
00 - 20 E2 2.0


Secondary
Class IX – X

Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation is followed by the school for assessing the scholastic and co-scholastic areas of teaching learning process. It comprises of 3 Parts.

• Part I consists of evaluation of scholastic Areas which comprises of two terms. The First Term will be from April – September and the second term from October – March of the subsequent year. Each term will have two Formative and one Summative Assessment. Assessment will be indicated in Grades.

• Part II consists of Co-scholastic Area where students are assessed in four parts on a five point Grading scale once in a session. It comprises Life Skills, Work Education, Visual and Performing Arts & Attitudes and Values.

• Part III consists of Co-curricular Activities where in choice in participation and assessment thereof is available. It has two sub-parts to be assessed on a four point grading scale. Part A has Literary and Creative skills, Scientific Skills, Information and Communicative Technology and Organisational and leadership skills. Part B comprises of Health and Physical Activities which has eight different kinds of activities out of which two will be assessed. These are Sports/Indigenous sports, NCC/NSS, Scouting and Guiding, Swimming, Gymnastics, Yoga, First Aid, Gardening/Shramdaan. The Grading scale for Scholastic and Co-Scholastic areas is appended below:-

Scholastic A Scholastic B Co-Scholastic
Marks Range Grade Grade Point Grade Grade Point Grade Grade Point
91 - 100 A1 10.0 A+ 5 A+ 3
81 - 90 A2 9.0 A 4
71 - 80 B1 8.0 B+ 3 A 2
61 - 70 B2 7.0 B 2
51 - 60 C1 6.0 C 1 B 1
41 - 50 C2 5.0
33 - 40 D 4.0
21 - 32 E1 3.0
00 - 20 E2 2.0

Senior Secondary :
• At this level, curriculum as set by CBSE is followed. The school offers a wide range of subjects at this level.

• State of the art, adequately equipped, contemporary and well monitored laboratories for Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science and Mathematics.

• Developing skills necessary for personal and professional success with regular feedback and guidance.

Subject offered
Science Stream Non-Medical Group Science Stream Medical Group with Maths Science Stream Medical Group without Maths
Stream Code 01 Stream Code 02 Stream Code 03
English Core English Core English Core
Mathematics Mathematics Computer Science / Physical Education
Physics Physics Physics
Chemistry Chemistry Chemistry
Computer Science / Physical Education Biology Biology


Commerce Stream with Maths Commerce Stream without Maths
Stream Code 04 Stream Code 05
English Core English Core
Mathematics Accountancy
Accountancy Business Studies
Business Studies Economics
Economics Physical Education / Computer Science

Class XI
The academic session is divided into the two terms

Term I April to September
Term II October to March

In each term the students of class XI are assessed on the basis of Unit Test for each subject followed by Terminal Examinations. The evaluation criteria is as under

Examinations Weightage
I Unit Test 10%
Mid Term Examination 30%
II Unit Test 10%
Annual Examination 50%

Attendance
For a regular course of study a student should have at least 90% of attendance

Ranks and Honours :
HPS does not rank its students. However an average ranking on the basis of percentiles is often done to facilitate college admission procedures.
All students who achieve A1 grade are awarded with prizes.