Academic Structure



Assessment and Evaluation:

Term 1:

Periodic Assessment 1: 30 Marks (Written - 20 Marks, Oral - 10 Marks)
Half Yearly Exam: 60 Marks + Oral Exam: 20 Marks + Internal Assessment:20 Marks
Total: 100 Marks

System of Evaluation:

1. Etiquette
2. Self-Confidence
3. Self-Management
4. Follows Directions
5. Neatness in Work

Evaluation Methods:

Oral Test: Pronunciation, Listening Skills, Ability to Read, Recitation, Actions
Written Test: Eye-Hand Coordination, Handwriting

Term 2:

Periodic Assessment 2: 30 Marks (Written - 20 Marks, Oral - 10 Marks)
Final Exam: 60 Marks + Oral Exam: 20 Marks + Internal Assessment:20 Marks
Total: 100 Marks

Academic Year Structure:

First Term:                  April to September
Second Term:            October to March

Teaching Methods used for Different Subjects:

Dance (Pre-Primary Age):

Aim: Remove hesitation, Improve balancing
Methods: Incorporate dance routines into daily activities, Use music and movement sessions, Integrate dance into storytelling sessions.

Teaching Learning Aids used for Pre-Primary

Motor Skills with Teaching Aids - Visual Aid:

1. Real Objects: Utilizing everyday items like fruits, toys, and utensils to facilitate hands-on learning experiences.
2. Blocks (Alphabet, Numbers, Varnamala): Incorporating colorful blocks with letters, numbers, and alphabet symbols to promote cognitive development and letter recognition.
3. Flashcards: Using visually appealing flashcards with pictures and words to enhance vocabulary and language skills.
4. Clay: Engaging children in sensory activities with clay to encourage creativity and fine motor skill development.
5. Models (Buttoning, Clips, Zip, Tying Laces): Introducing models of buttons, clips, zippers, and shoelaces to practice fine motor skills and promote independence.
6. String Beads, Pasta/Cereals: Providing materials like beads, pasta, and cereals for threading activities to improve hand-eye coordination and dexterity.
7. Coloring & Tracing: Offering coloring sheets and tracing exercises to develop hand control and pencil grip.
8. Paper Tearing and Pasting: Encouraging children to tear paper and paste it to create art projects, fostering fine motor skills and creativity.
9. Puzzles: Using age-appropriate puzzles to stimulate problem-solving abilities and spatial awareness.
10. Reading Books: Introducing engaging storybooks with colorful illustrations to instill a love for reading and language development.

Audio Aid:

1. Storytelling with Props and Soft Toys: Using props and soft toys to accompany storytelling sessions, enhancing imagination and listening skills.
2. Rhymes: Singing rhymes and songs with catchy tunes to promote language acquisition and rhythm awareness.
3. Phonic Sounds with Smart Classes: Incorporating interactive smart classes to teach phonetic sounds and letter recognition in a dynamic way.
4. Animation Movies: Screening educational animated movies to captivate children's attention and reinforce learning concepts.

Practical Aid:

1. Hands-on Activities with Real-life Objects: Providing opportunities for hands-on exploration with real-life objects to enhance understanding of the world around them.
2. Experiments and Demonstrations: Conducting simple science experiments and demonstrations to encourage curiosity and critical thinking.
3. Field Trips to Reinforce Learning: Organizing field trips to places like the zoo or farm to supplement classroom learning and stimulate sensory experiences.
4. Role-playing Activities: Engaging children in role-playing scenarios to develop social skills, empathy, and language proficiency.
5. Interactive Workshops: Hosting interactive workshops on topics like art, music, and science to promote creativity and collaborative learning experiences.

This structure emphasizes a holistic approach to education, integrating various teaching methods to cater to the diverse learning needs of pre-primary students, with a special focus on dance to foster confidence and balance.


Subjects Offered:

1. Languages - English/Hindi/Punjabi/Sanskrit: Listening, Writing, Speaking, Reading
2. Mathematics : Through Abacus and Vedic Math Tricks
3. General Science : Through Smart classes
4. Social Science : Through Atlas, Maps, and Pictures
5. Information Technology : Practical sessions in the lab
6. General Knowledge : Using various teaching methods
7. Art & Craft : Practice various arts and crafts

Teaching Methods:

1. English, Hindi, Punjabi, Sanskrit: Utilize interactive methods like group discussions, role plays, and storytelling to enhance language skills.
2. Mathematics: Implement Abacus and Vedic Math techniques to make learning more engaging and practical.
3. General Science: Utilize multimedia resources in smart classes to demonstrate scientific concepts and experiments.
4. Social Science: Utilize visual aids such as maps, globes, and pictures to facilitate better understanding of historical events and geographical locations.
5. Information Technology: Hands-on practical sessions in the computer lab to familiarize students with software applications and programming concepts.
6. General Knowledge: Use quizzes, debates, and projects to broaden students' knowledge on various topics.
7. Art & Craft: Encourage creativity through hands-on art projects and crafts.

Assessment & Evaluation - Term I:

Periodic Assessment 1 : 40 Marks
Half-yearly Exams : 80 Marks
Internal Assessment : 20 Marks
Total Marks : 100 Marks

Distribution of Internal Assessment:

10 Marks: Class Performance
School Uniform
Note Books
Curricular Activities
10 Marks: Periodic Activities
Total Marks: 20 Marks

Assessment & Evaluation - Term II:

Periodic Assessment 2 : 40 Marks
Annual Examination : 80 Marks
Internal Examination : 20 Marks
Total Examination : 100 Marks

Distribution of Internal Assessment:

10 Marks: Class Performance
School Uniform
Note Books
Curricular Activities
10 Marks: Periodic Activities
Total Marks: 20 Marks

NOTE: Annual Weightage: 50% Half-Yearly + 50% Annual Exams

Co-Scholastic Activities:

Slogan Writing
Art & Craft
Smart Classes

This structure aims to provide a well-rounded academic experience by incorporating interactive teaching methods, practical learning, and comprehensive assessments.




I. Language I : English
II. Language II : Hindi
III. Language III : Punjabi/ Sanskrit
IV. Mathematics
V. Science and Technology
VI. Social Science


I. Art and craft
II. Computer
III. Reasoning
IV. General knowledge


Co-curricular activities play a crucial role in the holistic development of students. These activities are designed to complement the academic curriculum and foster emotional, social, and overall personality development. While not formally examined, participation is graded based on engagement and teacher observation. Activities include:
● Chess
● Badminton
● Skating
● Fencing
● Shooting
● Carrom
● Kho-Kho
● Volleyball
● Football
● Yoga
● Music
● Dance


In our educational approach, we prioritize the utilization of effective teaching aids to enrich the learning experience across all subjects. These aids are meticulously chosen to engage students and facilitate deeper comprehension.

● English: Employing modern technology, we utilize projectors, audio recordings, and interactive whiteboards to immerse students in the language, fostering better understanding and communication skills.
● Hindi: Similar to our approach in English, we employ projectors, audio recordings, and interactive whiteboards to make Hindi learning interactive and engaging, enabling students to grasp the language's nuances effectively.
● Mathematics: We recognize the importance of visualization in mathematical concepts. Hence, we employ tools like abacus, 3D geometrical shapes, and manipulative tools to provide students with hands-on learning experiences, making abstract mathematical concepts tangible and comprehensible.
● Science: Our science curriculum is brought to life through the use of models, charts, PowerPoint presentations, and specimens. These aids allow students to explore scientific phenomena visually and experientially, fostering a deeper appreciation and understanding of the natural world.
● Social Science: To deepen students' understanding of historical events, geographical features, and societal structures, we utilize globes, maps, charts, projectors, and models. These aids enable students to visualize and contextualize complex concepts, promoting critical thinking and analytical skills.

By integrating these diverse teaching aids into our pedagogical approach, we aim to create dynamic and immersive learning environments that cater to the diverse learning styles and needs of our students, ultimately empowering them to become lifelong learners and critical thinkers.


Assessment is feedback from the student to the instructor about the student's learning whereas evaluation is feedback from the instructor to the student about the student's learning.

1. Periodic Tests:
Conducted in each term, contributing 25% to the summative assessment.

2. Internal Assessment:
Based on the pupil's notebook, regularity, discipline, class quizzes, discussions, projects, etc.

Term-wise Assessment Schedule

Term I (April – September):
o Periodic Assessment 1: July
o Half-Yearly Examination: September

Term II (October – March):
o Periodic Assessment 2: November
o Annual Examination: March


Term I:

● Periodic Assessment 1: 10 Marks
● Internal Assessment: 10 Marks
● Half-Yearly Examination: 80 Marks

Note: For the Half-Yearly Examination, 10% of the total marks is allocated to the marks obtained in Periodic Assessment 1, and 10% to Internal Assessment. The remaining 80% of the marks are assigned to the Semester Assessment 1 (S.A-1). This structure ensures a comprehensive evaluation of students' performance, with a total of 100 marks for Term I.

Term 2:

● Periodic Assessment 1: 10 Marks
● Internal Assessment: 10 Marks
● Half-Yearly Examination: 80 Marks

Note: Similar to Term I, for the Half-Yearly Examination of Term II, 10% of the total marks is allotted to the marks secured in Periodic Assessment 1, and 10% to Internal Assessment. The remaining 80% of the marks are designated to Semester Assessment 2 (S.A-2), maintaining a total of 100 marks for Term II. This structured assessment approach ensures a fair and comprehensive evaluation of students' academic progress throughout the academic year.

Final result is an amalgamation of both terms, with specific weightage for each component.


Compulsory Subjects Offered:

1. English
2. Hindi
3. Science
4. Maths
5. Social Science

Optional Subjects Offered:

1. Information Technology

Teaching Methods & Learning Aids:

1. English: Utilize interactive storytelling sessions, group discussions, and debates to enhance language skills. Employ audio-visual aids like videos and podcasts for better comprehension.
2. Hindi: Incorporate role-playing activities, poetry recitations, and language games to improve speaking and writing abilities. Use Hindi literature excerpts and audio clips to expose students to varied dialects.
3. Science: Employ hands-on experiments and demonstrations to illustrate scientific concepts. Integrate multimedia presentations and virtual labs to engage students in practical learning experiences.
4. Maths: Utilize problem-solving techniques, real-life applications, and interactive whiteboards to clarify mathematical concepts. Incorporate educational games and online simulations to make learning enjoyable and effective.
5. Social Science: Utilize inquiry-based learning methods, multimedia presentations, and field trips to deepen students' understanding of historical events, geographical phenomena, and societal structures. Integrate maps, charts, and documentaries as visual aids.


Streams Offered:

1. Non-Medical
2. Medical
3. Commerce
4. Humanities

Teaching Methods & Learning Aids for Compulsory Subjects:

1. English: Employ literary analysis discussions, writing workshops, and role-plays to enhance language proficiency. Utilize literature excerpts, TED talks, and multimedia presentations for comprehensive understanding.
2. Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Math: Integrate laboratory experiments, simulations, and multimedia resources to illustrate complex scientific principles. Use models, diagrams, and interactive software for visual representation.
3. Accountancy, Business Studies, Economics/Math: Incorporate case studies, financial simulations, and business games to develop practical knowledge. Utilize multimedia presentations and real-life examples to connect theoretical concepts with industry practices.

Optional Subjects Offered:

1. Fine Arts

Teaching Methods & Learning Aids:

1. Fine Arts: Encourage hands-on artistic expression through painting, sculpture, and mixed media projects. Provide art history lectures, museum visits, and guest artist workshops to broaden students' artistic perspectives. Utilize art supplies, studio space, and digital design tools to facilitate creativity.

Assessment & Evaluation:

● Periodic Assessment: Conducted twice a year, focusing on continuous evaluation and feedback.
● Summative Assessment: Includes written exams and internal assessments, ensuring comprehensive evaluation of academic progress.
● Internal Assessment Distribution: Varied for each subject, comprising practical assignments, projects, portfolios, and oral examinations to assess holistic learning.


● Indoor/Outdoor Games
● Quiz Competitions
● Slogan Writing Contests
● Art & Craft Activities
● Smart Classes Utilizing Technology
● Dance Workshops and Performances

By integrating diverse teaching methods and utilizing appropriate learning aids, Dhanna Bhagat Public School aims to foster a dynamic and engaging learning environment that nurtures students' intellectual, emotional, and creative growth across all academic disciplines.

Marking Scheme and System of Evaluation

Term-1st: April to September

Periodic Assessment - 1st (July):

● Weightage: 40 Marks
● Assessment Components:
○ Written Exam : 20 Marks

Summative Assessment 1st:

● Weightage: 100 Marks
● Components:
○ Written Exam : 80 Marks
○ Internal Assessment : 20 Marks

Term-2nd: October to March

Periodic Assessment-2nd (November):

● Weightage: 40 Marks
● Assessment Components:
○ Written Exam : 20 Marks

Summative Assessment 2nd:

● Weightage: 100 Marks
● Components:
○ Written Exam : 80 Marks
○ Internal Assessment : 20 Marks

Internal Assessment Distribution:

For Information Technology Subject:

● Practical Marks : 50 Marks
● Theory Marks : 50 Marks

For Fine Arts Subject:

● Practical Marks : 70 Marks
● Theory Marks : 30 Marks

For Geography, Physics, Chemistry:

● Practical Marks : 30 Marks
● Theory Marks : 70 Marks

Internal Assessment Components:


● Mind Map : 5 Marks
● Case Study : 5 Marks
● Portfolio : 5 Marks
● Project : 5 Marks


● Lab Experiment : 5 Marks
● Project Viva : 5 Marks
● Portfolio : 5 Marks
● Class Performance : 5 Marks

Social Studies:

● Case Study : 5 Marks
● Portfolio : 5 Marks
● Class Test : 5 Marks
● Project Viva : 5 Marks


● Listening : 5 Marks
● Speaking : 5 Marks
● Reading : 5 Marks
● Writing : 5 Marks

This comprehensive marking scheme and system of evaluation ensure a balanced assessment approach, considering both theoretical knowledge and practical skills across various subjects.