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Examination System

Vision & Mission- Maa AnandMayee Memorial School
  • A minimum of 75% attendance is compulsory for every student to be eligible to appear in the Annual examinations of the academic session.
  • The academic year begins in April and the Final Examinations are conducted in March of the following year.

Junior School:

 

The Junior School academic calendar is divided into four terms:-

 

  • Term I (April – May)
  • Term II (July – August)
  • Term III (September – November)
  • Term IV (December – February)

To evaluate performance in each term we conduct Term End Examinations that are followed by a Parent-Teacher Meeting (PTM). The Final Examinations are conducted in March after Term IV.

Senior School:

 

  • Unit Test I for all Classes except Class XI is conducted in the month of May. UT I for Class XI is conducted in the month of August.
  • Half Yearly Examinations for all classes are held in the month of September.
  • Unit Test II for all classes are held in the month of December.
  • Pre Board I for classes X & XII are conducted in the month of December.
  • Pre Board II for classes X & XII are conducted in the month of January.
  • Annual Examinations for all classes except Classes IX & XI are conducted in the month of March. Annual Examinations for Classes IX & XI are conducted in February
Boarding - Maa Anandmayee Memorial School

New Session for Class X & XII will begin in March and for all other classes on 1st April.

  • The Council administers two public examinations at the end of Class X and XII. At the Class IX and X stage, students are prepared for the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) Board Examination, held at the end of Class X. In Classes XI and XII the students prepare for the Indian School Certificate (ISC) Examination. Both examinations are held in March every year.
  • Under the 10+2+3 pattern adopted by this country, the 10+2 can be completed in schools and the ISC Examination is recognized by the Inter-University Board, UGC (Ministry of Human Resource & Development) for entry into the 3-year college system leading to a Bachelor’s Degree. The ISC Examination Results are also acceptable in the recently debated ‘Four-Year Undergraduate Programme’ (FYUP).
  • The ICSE syllabus provides for a general all-round education, and examines students in English, Hindi, Mathematics, Social Studies and Sciences – all compulsory subjects and one optional subject for which Physical Education is the preferred option at MAMS. In addition, all students must be internally assessed and must pass in Socially Useful and Productive Works (SUPW).
  • The ISC Syllabus is career-oriented – the only compulsory subjects being English and SUPW – and provides for three or four or five career-oriented subjects to be studied out of a choice of twenty. Currently, we are offering students the Science and Commerce stream and we will be offering Humanities in the forthcoming sessions.

To view the website of Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) click here

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