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ACADEMIC CALENDAR - 2019 FOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS / MADRASSAS Õü÷ ÷±ñÉ¿÷ßÁ ¿úŽÁ± Áó¿1ø¸ð Board of Secondary Education, Assam Bamunimaidam, Guwahati - 781021, Assam SEBA Please mail us photos for Academic Calendar 2020 at - email@example.com
Academic Calendar for the Year 2019 GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS : Importance of Unit Tests (UT) : Every teacher to maintain a TEACHER’S LOG BOOK and to 01. Preparation for the Session for Class IX & Class X: The Unit Tests are necessary : maintain records on : The new academic session 2019 for the High Schools/High r For inducing regular study habits in pupils. i) Date Madrassas and Higher Secondary Schools (excluding +2 stage), under r For analysing the performance of students and teachers ii) No. of Students present academic jurisdiction of SEBA starts from 1st January, 2019. The undertaking timely remedial teaching to remove weaknesses of pupils. iii) Name of the Topic/Lesson schools will have to complete the following academic planning before r To make pupils aware of their progress in studies at every iv) Teaching Strategies adopted for the class, the commencement of the academic session. step and improving themselves. v) What TLM (Teaching Learning Methods) is used for the topic/ (a) School Routine : Institutions will prepare their own routine by lesson following SEBA’s model routine. Please refer Table-2 at next page r Parents/Guardians can also keep track of the progress of their children/wards. vi) Students involvement (b) Preparation of Subject-wise Work-schedule for the year: r To be held in a formal atmosphere in the class room within one vii) Signature of the Teachers Teachers will prepare the work-schedule subjectwise. They period of the subject concerned. Pupils to be taught to be strictly viii) Head of Institution to collect students feed-back on a will prepare their daily teaching plan before teaching in their particular format from every student once in every six class. The course for the year will have to be divided into honest while sitting for Unit Test and other exams. months. 4(four)Unit Tests, Half Yearly and Annual/Pretest (ii) Half Yearly and Annual Examination. Examination. The Head of the institution (HOI) will Half-yearly and Annual /Pre-Test Examination, distribution of 09. Procedure for promotion of students to the next higher supervise the preparation. marks for General Science, General Mathematics, English Social class (in case of Class IX) : (c) Constitution of sub-committees are essential. Science, Geography(E) and Advanced Mathematics(E)and all categories of CWSN Should be decided on basis of marks secured in the four Unit Y Academic Sub -committee : Will deal with academic Class-IX Class-X Tests, Half-Yearly Examination and Annual Examination. matters such as a) preparation of school routine, b) guiding, monitoring, preparing and implementing Subjects Theory IA Subjects Theory IA v Unit Test marks : 20% work-schedule of teachers, guiding teachers on matters English 90 10 English 90 10 v Half-yearly Examination marks : 30% related to curriculum, syllabus and textbooks etc. Gen. Maths 90 10 Gen. Maths 90 10 Y Examination Sub -committee : Will deal with v Annual Examination marks : 50% Gen. Science 90 10 Gen. Science 90 10 a) planning, holding of examinations, b) declaration of S. Science 90 10 S. Science 90 10 v Pass marks in each subject : 30% results, c) registration of class IX students, d) illing up Adv. Maths (E) 90 10 Adv. Maths (E) 90 10 of examination forms etc. Geography (E) 90 10 Geography (E) 90 10 10. Evaluation of Pupils in the Co-scholastic area : It comprises Y CCE Sub-committee : Will deal with a) implementation, Pass marks 30% (Both for written examination & for Internal the following components:- monitoring of CCE scheme. b) The formats of School Assessment) for the above mentioned subjects. A student has The co-scholastic area comprises the following components : Evaluation Record Cards (SERC) as given at Table-4 on page 3. to secure minimum 27 marks in written examination and The HOI is to ensure preparatory activities completed minimum 3 marks in Internal Assessment to pass. Ø Work Experience (WE) : Includes activities such as within the 1st week of January, 2019. gardening, bamboo work, wood work, tailoring, For distribution of marks for other subjects please refer knitting, embroidery, paper work, clay-modelling, 02. Head of the Institutions(HOIs) are required to note the Curriculum & Syllabus for 2019. including tree plantation, beauti ication of school following : Distribution of marks according to types of questions : campus and other activities. Long Answer or Short Answer (a) The Academic Calendar has been planned to maximize the Essay type Very-short Answer type questions of type questions of Objective type Ø Games and Sports : (Two periods per week to be questions of working hours of Schools/Madrassas. Schools to strictly questions of 4 to 2 to 3 marks 1 mark each 1 mark each allotted) 8 marks each each adhere to the schedules given in this Academic Calendar. 30% approx. 50% approx. 15% approx. 5% approx. Ø The school to provide the facilities for important games (b) Class room teaching should be supervised on regular like football, volley-ball, tennis, cricket, etc. and sports basis and the records of the same should be maintained Minor adjustments of marks if necessary, may be made : like atheletics, throws, swimming, yoga and drill as per Table-5 on page 3. including Scouts and Guides . (iii) Evaluation in English for Internal Assessment (IA) : 03. Academic Programme for 2019 also includes : Ø Literary, Art and Cultural Activities : Includes debating, Examination Types of questions Marks è Holding diagnostic tests in English and Mathematics for creative writing, quiz, recitation, drawing, painting, 3 very short oral class IX students to identify weak students and undertake 3* dramatics, music, dancing etc. Unit Tests questions/oral remedial classes. activities Ø Observance days : Special days have been shown in the è Imparting Remedial teaching in all subjects in all classes Half Yearly Internal Academic Calendar as Observance days e.g. Silpi Divas from time to time. Examination Spoken English- 6 è Holding all Examinations, evaluation and declaration Assessment on the17thJanuary, National Science Day on 28th February, Annual Project - 4 of results. 10% International Day of Disabled Persons on 3rd December as Examination è Holding HSLC/AHM Examinations in the months of listed. Schools are requested to observe these days by *Out of 25 marks in Unit Tests, 3 marks should be used for February-March, 2019 in schools concerned. Schools organising literary and cultural activities, debates, quiz evaluating Spoken English. which are not Examination Centres shall remain open competitions etc. relevant to the theme of the obser- Out of 7 periods per week allotted for teaching of English, one period during the period of HSLC/AHM Examination and normal should be used for teaching Spoken English. The textbook for Spoken vance day. [Please refer to list on Observance Days] on page 3. school programme should continue. English - ''Spoken English Practice Book for Secondary Level Ø General conduct : Includes qualities like discipline, è Organising Annual sports in school. Students'' and accompanying CD should be used. punctuality, regularity, cleanliness, s ense of è Holding parents'/guardians' meeting (PTM) after Half Internal Assessment (IA) Marks responsibilty, self reliance, diligence, initiative taking, yearly Examination of Class IX and & Pre-test Examination leadership, courage, determination, co-operation, civic (iv) Gen. w 10% marks of Class X and Annual Prize distribution ceremony. consciousness, tolerence, honesty, good manners, è Making preparation for the Academic Session 2020. Maths w Practical classes - 1 period per week. spirit of social service, interest, attitude, kindness, w Class-IX : 5% marks of IA of Half Yearly Exam. + 04. Staﬀ meeting : and patriotism, forgiveness, truthfulness, non-violence. 5% marks of IA of Annual Exam. = 10% marks a) Will organise Staﬀ meeting on the last working day of The conduct of the students inside and outside the school w Class-X : 5% marks of IA of Half Yearly Exam. + the month, b) Will review activities of the month and Adv. to be observed by the teacher to rate the General conduct 5% marks of IA of Exam. = 10% marks to be held c)Preview activities for the next month on regular basis. Maths (E) of the students. in October/November by school. 05. Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) : Ø Ethics in School Curriculum: Ethics literally mean a CCE scheme should consist of two basic components:- (v) w 10% marks system of moral principles of behaviour. Schools play an Gen. (i) Evaluation of pupils in the scholastic areas (i.e. in the area Science w Practicals class / actually 2 periods per week. important role in imbibing a strong sense of ethics in of teaching and learning ) which consist of 4 (four) Unit Tests: w Experiments are of two categories : the minds of the young children. Besides imparting (a)Two U nit Tests to be held before Half-Year ly (i) Teachers demonstration(ii)Performed by pupils. Moral Education during Morning Assembly hours sense Examination and (b) Two Unit Tests after the Half-Yearly w Distribution of IA marks is same per class IX and X of value can be imprinted in the minds of the students Examination. The 4th Unit Test of Class X is to be treated as in General Mathematics mentioned above. through various co-curricular activities viz. Role Play, as Pre-test. Debate, Extempore speech, story writing, Art work etc. (ii) Evaluation of pupils in the co-scholastic areas i.e. in the (vi) Social w 10% marks Project component on environmental in the school Observance days and important days like areas of work experience, games and sports, literary, art Science studies. Project component on environmental Annual School Day, Prize distribution Day etc. Students and cultural activities, Scouts and Guides, moral education, studies. involvement in these activities will make an impact in Yoga and general conduct. (vii) Geography (E) w 10% marks in Practical their minds which will govern their behaviour and make 06. CCE Records : them responsible citizens. Pass marks- 30 (Theory and Project combined) All Schools/Madrassas to maintain records of CCE for every individual student in the school i.e. records of Unit Test, Half- A student must obtain 27 marks (30% of 90) in written Ø Assessment of co-scholastic activities: In the three (theory) exam. assessments in an Academic Year for co-scholastic activities, Yearly and Annual Examination. School/Madrassa authorities to provide: Note : students are to be evaluated in Grades as follows : (i) printed cards/folders for maintaining records of school- (i) Question paper in a particular subject (after U.T.) should A= Excellent B= Good C= Average based evaluation. (ii) A Model Format of SERC is given at include every important teaching point of the course and no D= Fair E= Poor Table-4 on the page 3. SERCs to be signed by parents/ selective reading should be done. guardians after Examination and the School will use the (ii) Question papers on language shou ld test knowledge, 11. Scheme of Evaluation of Environmental Studies: SERC as Progress Report Card. comprehension and skills of expression and in other (a) The Board has adopted "Infusion model + Project" Examinations are as follows : subjects, it should test the pupils' knowledge, understanding, Class IX Class X (for imparting Environmental Education). Unit Test I Unit Test I capacity for application and skill. The various concepts of Environmental Education have been Unit Test II Unit Test II 08. Remedial Teaching : Remedial Teaching constitute an Half Yearly Examination Half Yearly Examination included in various subjects to link the concepts with real life Unit Test III important part of the teaching-learning process. Every teacher Unit Test III situations and ensure active involvement of students. Unit Test IV Pre-Test has to: Annual Examination Test Examination Ä identify the weak pupils in the subject concerned on (b) Projects of Environmental studies-- 07. i) Unit Tests : his/her performance in previous examinations. It is a part of the IA of Social Science of 10 marks. Students Unit Tests should be held in the 5th/6th period. On Saturday Ä undertake intensive remedial teaching after every UTs/ to pepare project on ield study or on a problem related to it should be held in the 4th period. Please refer to Table-3 on Examinations. environment. Page 3. Ä Students promoted from Class IX to X to have minimal Long Answer or Short An- swer type Very-short Objective Total Guidelines on Field Study : Essay type questions Answer type questions type questions Marks level of achievement to cope with the Class X course. This questions Environmental Studies -- ield study. 1 question 6 questions 5 questions 3 questions may necessitate rigorous remedial teaching for slow for 5 marks (2 marks for (1 mark for (1 mark for 25 learners. The ield work : visit to a local area to collect data and record 1x5=5marks each) each) each) 2x6=12marks 5x1=5 marks 3x1=3 marks Ä Teachers to analyse the kinds of errors (linguistic and indings.Every studen t has to submit a repor t on his/her 5 12 5 3 25 conceptual) committed by a pupil and use proper experience gathered during such ield work individually or in Minute changes may be made with questions of weightage 3 and 4 marks methods of teaching so that the errors may not recur. groups. Page : 1
Method of Field Study : (B) The CWSN category students having Hearing impairment Schools should also play the role of imparting knowledge for µ Proper selection of the study area, it may include city, village, with 80% will be entitled for 20 minuites extra time per awareness and undertake measures for development of Towns/ tea garden, industrial area and so on. hour, in HSLC/AHM Examination. Cities/Villages and also on the following : µ Concerned Teacher to have clear knowledge of the area and (C) Permission for extra time etc., shall be provided by ð Tree plantation the project to be done under his/her guidance. Inspector of Schools of the district. 12. General Assembly (15 minutes duration) : ð Social Evils µ For ield study, students are required to carry a small bag with pen, note book, camera, measuring tape, drinking water To start with a devotional song (3 minutes duration) like ð Cleanliness bottle and other necessary materials. "Vande Maataram", "O' mor aaponaar desh", etc. or a Guru- ð Hygiene & Sanitation vandana, or a prayer to God should be acceptable to all. µ Subject chosen for the ield study to be speci ic (e.g. ð Visit of students to nearest Post Of ice/Bank/BDO of ice/ deforestation, landslides, forest- ire, loods, droughts, pollution 12 minutes to impart value education among students and Circle Of ice/Common Service Centre etc. etc.) create awareness on the following : ð Adult Education µ After ield study, stu dents to prepar e report eit her µ Personality Development : Cleanliness, good manners, kindness, truthfulness, righteous conduct, honesty, sincerity, ð Respect for women in society. individually or in groups. µ Reports to be prepared on the basis of actual ield work punctuality, discipline, diligence, self reliance, dignity of labour, ð One Class everyday to be devoted to Co-curricular or and about 60% work. hard work, moral courage, sense of hygiene and scienti ic Remedial Teaching or Inviting guest lecturers on diﬀerent µ Report to be written in about 250 to 300 words. temper. topics. µ Report to be submitted to the HOI through concerned µ Social and national values : ideals of love, tolerance, forgiveness, ð Schools to divide the children into diﬀerent Activity Groups/ teacher. loyalty, peace, non-violence, patriotism, democracy, freedom, Houses and organise inter house competitions amongst Report presentation of ield work : justice, secularism, equality, service, co-operation, hospitality, them. duties and responsibilities as citizen. 13. SEBA will monitor the implementation of the Academic Cover page of the report : µ Global values : universal brotherhood, respect for all religions, Calendar from time to time. 1. Title of the ield work undertaken : international understanding and co-operation, protection of Violation of any provision in this Academic Calendar by any HOI 2. Name of the student : environment, truth and justice, proper understanding of will be viewed seriously and will lead to appropriate action. 3. Class : Roll : Year : religious teachings, understanding that God is one and we all 4. Date of ield study : From : To : are God's children. LIST OF OBSERVANCE DAYS IN 2019 5. Location : The value-education in General Assembly should be in Observance days must be observed by organizing suitable 6. Nature of the study area : addition to value-education imparted in classrooms and the programmes as indicated in the monthly calendar 7. Source of data : right examples set by teachers through their own conduct. 8. Name of the supervising teacher : Date Observance Days Apart from value-education, the General Assembly should 17th January Silpi Divas 9. Place : be utilized for making important announcements to students 26th January Republic Day REPORT - (A) by the HOI or other teachers, or reporting of important items 10th February Saraswati Puja A. Visit to a hilly area : of news of the day, etc. Both teachers and students should be 28th February National Science Day (i) Name of the Location : Photographs to be attached wherever involved in the process of discourses during the General 4th March Child Protection Day necessary. Assembly. 22nd March World Water Day (ii) Topography : Observation of the natural and arti icial phy- µ Education on Road safety: 7th April World Health Day sical features, i.e wat er bodies, valleys, etc. School children should be taught road safety skills to come to 22nd April Earth Day (iii) Flora and Fauna: Observation of plant species and animals. 25th April World Malaria Day schools, while walking, cycling or using buses. They should Changes with change in season, deforestation, loss of habitat 9th May Rabindra Jayanti understand the traf ic signals and road signs. if any. 11th May Science & Technology Day Road safety rules and road signs relevant to school children are (iv) Views to improve the situation : Some ways for solving the 19th May Bhasa Swahid Divas in Barak Valley Area given on page 3 of this Calender. HOIs are required to bring environment problems. 31st May World No Tobacco Day these to the notice of the children, train and educate the children to follow the road safety rules by inviting professionals. 5th June World Environment Day Signature of the Signature of the 20th June Bishnu Rabha Divas supervising teacher student µ Swachh Bharat Mission: Swachh Vidyalaya 21st June International Yoga Day Swachh Bharat Mission: A mission for cleanliness was REPORT - (B) 11th July World Population Day launched at Rajpath in New Delhi by Prime Minister Shri B. Visit to a polluted site : (industrial area/residential sewage/ 15th August Independence Day Narendra Modi on 2nd October, 2014. Bapuji , the father of deposited waste materials given out by factories, garbage 5th September Teachers’ Day our nation had a vision of clean India, a country where dump) 8th September World Literacy Day people of all caste and creed, rich and poor alike will live in (i) Name of the location : Photographs of pollution area to be a clean, hygienic environment. 21st September World Peace Day attached. 2nd October Gandhi Jayanti (ii) Causes and eﬀects : Factors related to the pollution of the µ What role the schools can play? 13th October World Disaster Day area. (residential sewage, raw materials used, products of an The future of the nation is being built in schools. Swachh 14th October Lakshminath Bezbaruah Jayanti industry, toxic gases released from small industries, waste Bharat Swachh Vidyalaya is a campaign for ful illment of the 15th October World Hand Washing Day/ materials by factories. mission of Swachh Bharat. Swachh Vidyalaya campaign is a World Students’ Day (iii) Eﬀect on health : Whether people are exposed to chronic campaign for keeping the school and its environment clean and 24th October United Nations Day stomach respiratory diseases, skin diseases like dermatitis, hygienic. A clean environment, provision of safe and pure 5th Novemver Sudhakantha Divas rashes, allergy etc. drinking water and sanitation and hygienic conditions are the 11th November National Education Day distinctive characteristics of a clean school. Schools must have (iv) Identi ication of environmental pollution : Caused by (a) 14th November Children's Day provision of pure drinking water, toilet facilities (separate for water pollution, (b) air pollution and (c) land pollution. 19th November World Sanitation Day boys and girls), and provision of soap for hand washing. (v) Views to improve the sitution : On basis of collected data a 1st December World AIDS Day line of action can be suggested to reduce those problems. Students should be taught : 3rd December International Day of Disabled Persons. Signature of the Signature of the Fto keep the surroundings of the school clean. supervising teacher student Fto wash hands before eating meal and after using toilet. SCHOOL ROUTINE Table 1 REPORT - (C) Fto be careful not to waste water. Subject-wise allotment of weekly periods Classes IX-X C. Study of simple ecosystem of a local river, stream or pond: No. of Subject wise Involvements of the students Scholastic area µ periods weightage in (%) (i) Name of the location : Photographs to be attached wherever Groups of students may be formed comprising 5-6 students First Language (L1) : 6 periods 14% necessary. who would work on rotation basis. Class wise groups by rotation will Second Language (L2): 7 periods 16% (ii) Topography : Present condition of the water basin to be check that the compound of the school is clean; that there is documented, whether the water basin is connected and also General Mathematics: 6 periods 14% availability of drinking water and soap for washing hands. Another the water volume, speed of low, depth, surface temparature etc. group may check that the toilets are usable all the time. A group of General Science : 6 periods 14% (iii) Biotic components : To give a clear idea about food chain of students may check the cleanliness of classrooms. To make the Swachh Social Science : 6 periods 14% various producers diﬀerent aquatic plant species and Vidyalaya campaign a successful one, senior students may be Elective subject : 4 periods 9% consumers e.g. water leas, larva of insects, ishes, frogs, ish designated as School Ambassadors for campaigning of Swachh Enviromental Studies: 1 period 2% eating birds, snakes etc. Vidyalaya. (Project/Class) (iv) Identi ication factors aﬀecting ecosystem : The crisis points ® Child abuse awareness : Science Practical : 2 periods 5% - (a) food problem, (b) scarcity of water, (c) erosion, (d) landslide, Co-scholastic area School should take adequate measures for creating awareness (e) loss of habitat, (f) loss of agricultural land etc. and prevention of child abuse. Child abuse awareness for prevention Work Experience : 1 period (v) Activities of local people : People taking bath, throwing waste of the same and creating a compassionate society for the welfare of Games & Sports : 1 period materials, washing animals, clothes etc. in rivers and ponds, students. Literary, Art & Cultural activities : 1 period 12% and then using the same water for drinking as well as other ® Respect for elders : Scouts & Guides : 1 period* domestic purpose. The concept of imbibing the values of good manners,good Moral Education & Yoga : 1 period (vi) Views to improve the situation : On the basis of collected data, remedies can be suggested for solving problems. (e.g. behaviour, respecting Teachers, Parents and Elderly people should be Total : 43 periods 100% people to be informed about toxic eﬀects of detergents and inculcated in the students. Note various diseases caused by polluted water). People should be ® Witch hunting : 1) Two weekly periods of the First Language (L1) and three weekly made aware of keeping river, stream or pond free from periods of the Second Language (L2) are to be allotted for the teaching Schools to educate Children on the Evils of Witch Craft and the pollution. of grammar and Oral/Spoken English of which at least one period in a Evil Practices prevalent in the society and make them aware for the week to be allotted for Spoken English. Signature of the Signature of the eradication. 2) English (second language), Mathematics and Science classes may be supervising teacher student ® Drug abuse : placed in the irst half of the day as far as practicable. 11. Physically Challenged Students : 3) For students who opt for Scouts & Guides one additional period to be Awareness should be built on Drug abuse and its menace to given which may be adjusted with the period for literary, Art and (A) The CWSN category students having (a) Blindness, society. Eﬀort taken for awareness and eradication of the same. cultural activities. (b) Low vision with 60%, (c) Mentally retarded with cerebral ® Tobacco Control : palsy with 60% will be entitled for helper of Class IX standard or below and 20 minutes extra time per hour, Sections 4 and 6 of COTPA Act, 2003, regarding use/sale of Tobacco Total No. of Working Days : 259 Days in HSLC/AHM Examination. products in and around Education Institution must be followed. Total No. of Holidays : 106 Days Page : 2
Model Routine for High School Model Routine for holding Unit Tests 9.00 am to 3.25 pm Table 2 on dates indicated in the Calendar Table 3 Working Hours : Tim e 09.00 09.15 10.00 10.50 11.30 12.45 1.25 2.05 2.45 Tim e 09.00 09.15 10.00 10.50 11.30 12.45 1.25 2.05 2.45 10.40 12.10 10.40 12.10 09.15 10.00 10.40 10.50 11.30 12.10 1.25 2.05 2.45 3.25 09.15 10.00 10.40 10.50 11.30 12.10 1.25 2.05 2.45 3.25 12.45 12.45 Da y Cl a s s (15 Min) (45 Min) (40 Min) (10 Min) (40 Min) (40 Min) (35 Min) (40 Min) (40 Min) (40 Min) (40 Min) Da y Cl a s s (15 Min) (45 Min) (40 Min) (10 Min) (40 Min) (40 Min) (35 Min) (40 Min) (40 Min) (40 Min) (40 Min) P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7 P8 P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7 P8 M M O O N IX GM L2 L1 GS EL SS GS CS N IX GM CS D X GM GS SS L2 L1 L2 EL CS D X GM CS A A Y Y T T U U L2 A S S E M B LY E GM L2 L1 GS L2 SS EL CS E CS A S S E M B LY IX IX D D L2 X GM GS SS L2 L1 EL L2 CS X CS A A Y Y R E C E S S R E C E S S R E C E S S R E C E S S W W E E D IX GM L2 L1 GS EL SS L2 CS D IX GS CS D X GM GS SS L2 GS L1 EL CS D X GS CS A A G E N E R AL G E N E R AL Y Y T T H H U IX GM L2 L1 GS EL SS ESt CS U IX CS D X GM L2 SS L1 GS EL ESt CS D X EL EL CS A A Y Y F F R R I IX GM L2 SS GS L2 CS I IX SS CS L1 D X GM L1 GS L1 L1 CS D X SS CS SS A A Y Y S Abreviation : S Abreviation : A L1 : First Language E.St : Enviromental Studies A L1 : First Language E.St : Enviromental Studies T IX GM SS Pr. Pr. L2 : Second Language EL : Elective Subject T IX L1 L2 : Second Language EL : Elective Subject D X SS GM Pr. Pr. GM : General Mathematics CS : Co- scholastic activities D X L1 GM : General Mathematics CS : Co- scholastic activities A GS : General Science Pr. : Science Practical A GS : General Science Pr. : Science Practical Y SS : Social Science Y SS : Social Science MODEL OF SCHOOL EVALUATION RECORD CARD (SERC) MODEL FORMAT OF REGISTER FOR RECORDING Name of the Institution : Session : SUPERVISION OF TEACHING Name of the pupil : Home Address : Class : Sec. : Roll No.: P.O. : School : ...................................................................................................................................................................................... Table 4 Table 5 Name of parents/guardian : Dist. : Name of the Teacher : .................................................................................................................................................................................. Half Yearly Annual/Test Exam. Quali ication : ........................................................................ Subjects in Degree Course : ....................................................... Unit Test Scores Promoted/ Scholastic Area Exam. Score Score Total Remarks (Subjects) Detained UT-1 UT-2 UT-3 UT-4/PT TOTAL 20% 30% Theory I.A 50% (X+Y+Z) if any Signature of Signature of 100 Total in Class 25 25 25 25/100 100/75 (X) (Y) 100/90 10 (Z) No. of No. of Subject Topic Assessment Grade in* the Head Remarks of Sl. Class the 1. Date Students Students of the Visiting No. & supervising present on Roll Institution Inspector Section Teacher 2. MO T P RE S UB A ID CW H W HW C 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Signature of Class Teacher Signature of Parent/Guardian Work Experience Activity : Grade Literary, Art & Cultural Activity : Grade Co-Scholastic Area Scouts & Guides, Games & Sports Activity Grade General Conduct Grade Attendance No. of Instructional Days : No. of Days present MOT : Motivition AID : Teching Aid used HWC : Regularity of Home Work corrected Note : Schools and Madrassas will ill the subjects as prescribed in the syllabus by SEBA and opted by the Students. PRE : Presentation CW : Class Work given and corrcted * Minimum 30 marks(i.e. total of X+Y+Z) will be the criteria for promoting from Class IX to X/ for allowing students to ill in the HSLC/ SUB : Command over subject matter HW : Home work given AHM Examination Form.(For Class X, Z repesents the marks of Pre-Test Examination.) * For Class X, 20% from UT - 1, UT -2, UT -3(Total-75), 30 % from Half Yearly Exam and 50% from Pre Test (PT) to be taken for SERC. * All Unit Tests to be held as per days speci ied in the Academic Calendar. Signature of Parents/Guardian Signature of HOI. Date : Date : Page : 3
LIST OF TEXT BOOKS For the students of Class IX and X for the Academic Year, 2019. A. List of Books published by ASTPPCL. Sl. No Name of the Textbook Class Medium Subject of Books B. List of the Hindi textbooks for Class IX & X for the year 2019 published by Asom Rastrabhasa Prachar Samiti, Guwahati - 32 Sl. No Name of the Books Class Medium Nature of Books Baidi mwiyani C. List of books published by other Boards/Publishers Sl. Name of the Class Medium Subject Authors Publisher No. textbook Page : 4
Unit Test Syllabus CLASS-IX Subject Unit Test -I Unit Test -II Half Yearly Exam. Unit Test -III Unit Test -IV Annual Exam. Page : 5
Unit Test Syllabus CLASS-X Subject Unit Test -I Unit Test -II Half Yearly Exam. Unit Test -III Pre-Test Test Exam ¿äÁËýÂõþ Page : 6
O F S ECO NDARY ED Õü÷ ÷±ñÉ¿÷ßÁ ¿úŽÁ± Áó¿1ø¸ð F S ECO NDARY ED O UC UC BOARD BOARD ATION ATION BAMUNIMAIDAM, GUWAHATI-781021, ASSAM JANUARY-2019 v MONTHLY ACADEMIC CALENDAR SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT Announcement 1 of School Programe 2 CLASS 3 CLASS 4 CLASS 5 CLASS 6 HOLIDAY 7 CLASS 8 CLASS 9 CLASS 10 CLASS 11 CLASS 12 CLASS 13 HOLIDAY 14 CLASS 15 Holiday : Magh Bihu/Tusu Puja 16 Holiday : Magh Bihu/Tusu Puja 17 Class : Silpi Divas 18 CLASS 19 CLASS 20 HOLIDAY 21 CLASS 22 CLASS 23 Holiday : Netaji's Birthday 24 CLASS 25 CLASS 26 Holiday : Republic Day 27 HOLIDAY 28 CLASS 29 Holiday : Gwther Bathou San 30 Class : Staff Meeting 31 Holiday : Me-Dam-Me-Phi Direction Plan for CLASS - IX Direction Plan for CLASS - X Activities and Observance Days January Class Days : 21 Total Days : 31 NOTE : EVERY TEACHER SHOULD TAKE HIS/HER CLASSES WITH A PREPARED LESSON PLAN.
O F S ECO NDARY ED Õü÷ ÷±ñÉ¿÷ßÁ ¿úŽÁ± Áó¿1ø¸ð F S ECO NDARY ED O UC UC BOARD BOARD ATION ATION BAMUNIMAIDAM, GUWAHATI-781021, ASSAM FEBRUARY-2019 v MONTHLY ACADEMIC CALENDAR SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 1 Annual Sports 2 Annual Sports 3 HOLIDAY 4 Annual Sports 5 Annual Sports & Prize Distribution 6 CLASS 7 CLASS 8 CLASS 9 CLASS 10 Saraswati Puja 11 CLASS 12 CLASS 13 CLASS 14 CLASS 15 CLASS 16 CLASS 17 HOLIDAY 18 CLASS 19 Holiday : Bir Chilarai Divas 20 CLASS 21 CLASS 22 CLASS 23 CLASS 24 25 26 27 28 Class : HOLIDAY CLASS CLASS CLASS National Science Day Direction Plan for CLASS - IX Direction Plan for CLASS - X Activities and Observance Days FEBRUARY Class Days : 23 Total Days : 28 NOTE : EVERY TEACHER SHOULD TAKE HIS/HER CLASSES WITH A PREPARED LESSON PLAN.
O F S ECO NDARY ED Õü÷ ÷±ñÉ¿÷ßÁ ¿úŽÁ± Áó¿1ø¸ð F S ECO NDARY ED O UC UC BOARD BOARD ATION ATION BAMUNIMAIDAM, GUWAHATI-781021, ASSAM MARCH-2019 v MONTHLY ACADEMIC CALENDAR SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 31 HOLIDAY 1 CLASS 2 CLASS 3 HOLIDAY 4 Class : Child Protection Day 5 CLASS 6 CLASS 7 CLASS 8 CLASS 9 CLASS 10 HOLIDAY 11 CLASS 12 CLASS 13 CLASS 14 CLASS 15 CLASS 16 CLASS 17 HOLIDAY 18 CLASS 19 CLASS 20 CLASS 21 Holiday : Dol Yatra 22 Class : World Water day 23 CLASS 24 HOLIDAY 25 CLASS (UNIT TEST-1) 26 CLASS (UNIT TEST-1) 27 CLASS (UNIT TEST-1) 28 CLASS (UNIT TEST-1) 29 CLASS (UNIT TEST-1) 30 CLASS (UNIT TEST-1) Direction Plan for CLASS - IX Direction Plan for CLASS - X Activities and Observance Days MARCH Class Days : 25 Total Days : 31 NOTE : EVERY TEACHER SHOULD TAKE HIS/HER CLASSES WITH A PREPARED LESSON PLAN.
O F S ECO NDARY ED Õü÷ ÷±ñÉ¿÷ßÁ ¿úŽÁ± Áó¿1ø¸ð F S ECO NDARY ED O UC UC BOARD BOARD ATION ATION BAMUNIMAIDAM, GUWAHATI-781021, ASSAM APRIL-2019 v MONTHLY ACADEMIC CALENDAR SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 1 CLASS 2 CLASS 3 CLASS 4 CLASS 5 CLASS 6 CLASS 7 Holiday : World Health Day 8 CLASS 9 CLASS 10 CLASS 11 CLASS 12 CLASS 13 CLASS 14 Holiday : Bohag Bihu 15 Holiday : Bohag Bihu 16 Holiday : Bohag Bihu 17 CLASS 18 CLASS 19 Holiday : Good Friday 20 CLASS 21 HOLIDAY 22 Class : Earth Day 23 CLASS 24 CLASS 25 Class : World Malaria Day 26 CLASS 27 CLASS 28 HOLIDAY 29 CLASS 30 CLASS Direction Plan for CLASS - IX Direction Plan for CLASS - X Activities and Observance Days APRIL Class Days : 23 Total Days : 30 NOTE : EVERY TEACHER SHOULD TAKE HIS/HER CLASSES WITH A PREPARED LESSON PLAN.
O F S ECO NDARY ED Õü÷ ÷±ñÉ¿÷ßÁ ¿úŽÁ± Áó¿1ø¸ð F S ECO NDARY ED O UC UC BOARD BOARD ATION ATION BAMUNIMAIDAM, GUWAHATI-781021, ASSAM MAY-2019 v MONTHLY ACADEMIC CALENDAR SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 1 Holiday : May Day 2 CLASS 3 CLASS 4 CLASS (UNIT TEST-2) HOLIDAY : Class : 5 Tithi of Damodar Dev 6 CLASS (UNIT TEST-2) 7 CLASS (UNIT TEST-2) 8 CLASS (UNIT TEST-2) 9 Class : Rabindra Jayanti 10 CLASS (UNIT TEST-2) 11 (UNIT TEST-2) Science & Technology Day 12 HOLIDAY 13 CLASS 14 CLASS 15 CLASS 16 CLASS 17 CLASS 18 Holiday : Buddha Purnima HOLIDAY : 19 Janmotsav of Sri Sri Madhab Dev Bhasa Swahid Divas 20 CLASS 21 CLASS 22 CLASS 23 CLASS 24 CLASS 25 CLASS 26 HOLIDAY 27 CLASS 28 CLASS 29 CLASS 30 CLASS 31 Class : World No Tobacco Day Direction Plan for CLASS - IX Direction Plan for CLASS - X Activities and Observance Days MAY Class Days : 25 Total Days : 31 NOTE : EVERY TEACHER SHOULD TAKE HIS/HER CLASSES WITH A PREPARED LESSON PLAN.
O F S ECO NDARY ED Õü÷ ÷±ñÉ¿÷ßÁ ¿úŽÁ± Áó¿1ø¸ð F S ECO NDARY ED O UC UC BOARD BOARD ATION ATION BAMUNIMAIDAM, GUWAHATI-781021, ASSAM JUNE-2019 v MONTHLY ACADEMIC CALENDAR SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 30 HOLIDAY 1 CLASS 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Holiday : HOLIDAY CLASS CLASS Id-Ul-Fitre / World Environment day CLASS CLASS CLASS 9 HOLIDAY 10 CLASS 11 CLASS 12 CLASS 13 CLASS 14 CLASS 15 CLASS 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 Class : Class : HOLIDAY CLASS CLASS CLASS Bishnu Rabha Divas International CLASS Yoga Day 23 HOLIDAY 24 HALF YEARLY EXAMINATION 25 HALF YEARLY EXAMINATION 26 HALF YEARLY EXAMINATION 27 HALF YEARLY EXAMINATION 28 HALF YEARLY EXAMINATION 29 HALF YEARLY EXAMINATION Direction Plan for CLASS - IX Direction Plan for CLASS - X Activities and Observance Days JUNE Class Days : 24 Total Days : 30 NOTE : EVERY TEACHER SHOULD TAKE HIS/HER CLASSES WITH A PREPARED LESSON PLAN.
O F S ECO NDARY ED Õü÷ ÷±ñÉ¿÷ßÁ ¿úŽÁ± Áó¿1ø¸ð F S ECO NDARY ED O UC UC BOARD BOARD ATION ATION BAMUNIMAIDAM, GUWAHATI-781021, ASSAM JULY-2019 v MONTHLY ACADEMIC CALENDAR SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT Summer Summer Summer Summer Summer 1 Vacation (Except Barak Valley) 2 Vacation (Except Barak Valley) 3 Vacation (Except Barak Valley) 4 Vacation (Except Barak Valley) 5 Vacation (Except Barak Valley) 6 Summer Vacation 7 HOLIDAY 8 Summer Vacation 9 Summer Vacation 10 Summer Vacation 11 World Population day 12 Summer Vacation 13 Summer Vacation 14 HOLIDAY 15 Summer Vacation 16 Summer Vacation 17 Summer Vacation 18 Summer Vacation 19 Summer Vacation 20 Summer Vacation 21 HOLIDAY 22 Summer Vacation 23 Summer Vacation 24 Summer Vacation 25 Summer Vacation 26 Summer Vacation 27 Summer Vacation 28 HOLIDAY 29 Summer Vacation 30 Summer Vacation 31 Summer Vacation Direction Plan for CLASS - IX Direction Plan for CLASS - X Students are to do minimum one of the Ÿ Teachers will supply a set of questions of each following during Vacation : subjects to students. Questions from all the chapters completed till date will be included in Ÿ Prepare a list of Flora & Fauna in your locality and the set of questions. Students will answer them at also find their scientific names. Activities and home under supervision of parents/guardians as Observance Days if they are sitting for their exams at their home. Ÿ Make a visit to place of historical/social/ cultural/scientific/ industrial importance and At the end of the month parents will hand over prepare a report on its importance/significance. the answer booklet to the teacher who will check all the answers to the questions and give feedback on the performance to the parents/guardians of Ÿ Visit a market place in your locality and prepare a their wards. note on it. Ÿ Go through at least 2 good books and prepare note on each of the books. Ÿ On a date in the middle of the month, teachers will sit on a discussion. Teachers will give * Schools may arrange for necessary advice to answer the tough questions to summer camps. Ÿ Prepare a note of two renowned mathematicians each students. & their contributions. Ÿ Prepare a report on your Town/ Village/City. Why JULY your native place is a place of importance and Class Days : 0 send to newspaper. Total Days : 31 NOTE : EVERY TEACHER SHOULD TAKE HIS/HER CLASSES WITH A PREPARED LESSON PLAN.
O F S ECO NDARY ED Õü÷ ÷±ñÉ¿÷ßÁ ¿úŽÁ± Áó¿1ø¸ð F S ECO NDARY ED O UC UC BOARD BOARD ATION ATION BAMUNIMAIDAM, GUWAHATI-781021, ASSAM AUGUST-2019 v MONTHLY ACADEMIC CALENDAR SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 1 CLASS 2 CLASS 3 CLASS 4 HOLIDAY 5 CLASS 6 CLASS 7 CLASS 8 CLASS 9 CLASS 10 CLASS Holiday : 11 HOLIDAY 12 Holiday : Id-Uz-Zuha 13 CLASS 14 CLASS 15 Independence Day 16 CLASS 17 CLASS 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Holiday : Holiday : HOLIDAY CLASS Tithi of CLASS CLASS CLASS Janmastami Sri Sri Madhab Dev 25 HOLIDAY 26 CLASS 27 CLASS 28 CLASS 29 CLASS 30 CLASS 31 CLASS Direction Plan for CLASS - IX Direction Plan for CLASS - X Activities and Observance Days AUGUST Class Days : 23 Total Days : 31 NOTE : EVERY TEACHER SHOULD TAKE HIS/HER CLASSES WITH A PREPARED LESSON PLAN.
O F S ECO NDARY ED Õü÷ ÷±ñÉ¿÷ßÁ ¿úŽÁ± Áó¿1ø¸ð F S ECO NDARY ED O UC UC BOARD BOARD ATION ATION BAMUNIMAIDAM, GUWAHATI-781021, ASSAM SEPTEMBER-2019 v MONTHLY ACADEMIC CALENDAR SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT Holiday : CLASS CLASS 1 Tithi of Srimanta Shankar Dev 2 CLASS 3 CLASS 4 CLASS 5 Class : Teachers' Day 6 (UNIT TEST-3) 7 (UNIT TEST-3) 8 World Literacy day 9 CLASS (UNIT TEST-3) 10 Half Holiday : Muharram 11 CLASS (UNIT TEST-3) 12 CLASS (UNIT TEST-3) 13 CLASS (UNIT TEST-3) 14 CLASS 15 HOLIDAY 16 CLASS 17 CLASS 18 CLASS 19 CLASS 20 CLASS 21 Class : World Peace Day 22 HOLIDAY 23 CLASS 24 CLASS 25 CLASS 26 CLASS 27 CLASS 28 CLASS 29 HOLIDAY 30 CLASS Direction Plan for CLASS - IX Direction Plan for CLASS - X Activities and Observance Days SEPTEMBER Class Days : 25 Total Days : 30 NOTE : EVERY TEACHER SHOULD TAKE HIS/HER CLASSES WITH A PREPARED LESSON PLAN.
O F S ECO NDARY ED Õü÷ ÷±ñÉ¿÷ßÁ ¿úŽÁ± Áó¿1ø¸ð F S ECO NDARY ED O UC UC BOARD BOARD ATION ATION BAMUNIMAIDAM, GUWAHATI-781021, ASSAM OCTOBER-2019 v MONTHLY ACADEMIC CALENDAR SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 1 CLASS 2 Holiday : Gandhi Jayanti 3 CLASS 4 CLASS 5 Holiday : Durga Puja 6 7 8 9 CLASS 10 CLASS 11 CLASS 12 CLASS Holiday : Durga Puja / Holiday : Holiday : Janmotsav of Durga Puja Durga Puja Srimanta Sankardev (Except Barak Valley) (Except Barak Valley) (Except Barak Valley) (Except Barak Valley) Holiday : Class : 13 14 15 Class : World Lakshmi Puja/ World Disaster day Lakshminath Bezbaruah Jayanti Hand Washing Day/ World Students Day 16 CLASS 17 CLASS 18 Holiday : Kati Bihu 19 CLASS CLASS CLASS 20 HOLIDAY 21 CLASS 22 CLASS 23 CLASS 24 Class : U.N.O. Day 25 (UNIT TEST-4/ PRE TEST) 26 (UNIT TEST-4/ PRE TEST) CLASS CLASS CLASS CLASS 27 28 29 30 31 Holiday : Kali Puja/ (UNIT TEST-4/ (UNIT TEST-4/ (UNIT TEST-4/ (UNIT TEST-4/ Dipawali PRE TEST) PRE TEST) PRE TEST) PRE TEST) Direction Plan for CLASS - IX Direction Plan for CLASS - X Activities and Observance Days OCTOBER Class Days : 22 Total Days : 31 NOTE : EVERY TEACHER SHOULD TAKE HIS/HER CLASSES WITH A PREPARED LESSON PLAN.
O F S ECO NDARY ED Õü÷ ÷±ñÉ¿÷ßÁ ¿úŽÁ± Áó¿1ø¸ð F S ECO NDARY ED O UC UC BOARD BOARD ATION ATION BAMUNIMAIDAM, GUWAHATI-781021, ASSAM NOVEMBER-2019 v MONTHLY ACADEMIC CALENDAR SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 1 CLASS 2 Holiday : Chhat Puja 3 HOLIDAY 4 CLASS 5 Class : Sudhakantha Divas 6 CLASS 7 CLASS 8 CLASS 9 CLASS Class : 10 HOLIDAY 11 National Education Day 12 Holiday : Guru Nanak's Birthday 13 CLASS 14 Class : Children's Day 15 CLASS 16 CLASS 17 HOLIDAY 18 CLASS 19 Class : World Sanitation Day 20 CLASS 21 CLASS 22 CLASS 23 CLASS 24 Holiday : Lachit Divas 25 CLASS 26 CLASS 27 CLASS 28 CLASS 29 CLASS 30 CLASS Direction Plan for CLASS - IX Direction Plan for CLASS - X Activities and Observance Days NOVEMBER Class Days : 24 Total Days : 30 NOTE : EVERY TEACHER SHOULD TAKE HIS/HER CLASSES WITH A PREPARED LESSON PLAN.
O F S ECO NDARY ED Õü÷ ÷±ñÉ¿÷ßÁ ¿úŽÁ± Áó¿1ø¸ð F S ECO NDARY ED O UC UC BOARD BOARD ATION ATION BAMUNIMAIDAM, GUWAHATI-781021, ASSAM DECEMBER-2019 v MONTHLY ACADEMIC CALENDAR SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT Holiday : Class : 1 World AIDS Day 2 Asom Divas (Su-Ka-Pha Divas) 3 International Day of Disabled 4 CLASS 5 CLASS 6 CLASS 7 Annual/Test Examination 8 HOLIDAY 9 Annual/Test Examination 10 Annual/Test Examination 11 Annual/Test Examination 12 Annual/Test Examination 13 Annual/Test Examination 14 Practical Examinations 15 HOLIDAY 16 Evaluation 17 Evaluation 18 Evaluation 19 Evaluation 20 Evaluation 21 Evaluation Declaration of Analysis of 22 HOLIDAY 23 Evaluation 24 Evaluation 25 Holiday : Christmas Day 26 Evaluation 27 Annual/Test Examination Result & PTM 28 Annual Examination Analysis of 29 HOLIDAY 30 Test Examination 31 Discussion on School Routine for Next Academic Year WINTER VACATION WINTER VACATION Suggested Project/Activities Suggested Project/Activities CLASS - IX CLASS - X Each student will do minimum one Annual/Test Examination should be held activity as per choice : Activities and th from 7 December, 2019. Observance Days Ÿ Prepare a report on a local festival of the Ÿ Students will answer all the textual questions locality. of his/her subjects. Ÿ Make a survey on nuclear and joint family in your locality. Ÿ Teachers will check the answers periodically. Ÿ Prepare a note on the wetlands in your Ÿ Teachers will also supply Question Papers of locality. different Test Boards and will help students to answer them and check accordingly. Ÿ Conduct a survey on how the events / functions are organised in the locality by gathering information from the local people Ÿ Teachers will ensure conduct of Oral Test of your Village/ Town/City. where thorough study of Text Books is required. DECEMBER Ÿ Prepare a project on construction of Meji and Class/Working Days : 24 give a write up on the rituals related to it. Total Days : 31 NOTE : EVERY TEACHER SHOULD TAKE HIS/HER CLASSES WITH A PREPARED LESSON PLAN.
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