The child seeking entry into Taruwin is evaluated on his/her skills and abilities in order to determine the level in comparison to the expectation of the class into which admission is sought. This helps the teacher to modulate the classroom transaction in order to meet the child’s needs.

With the firm belief that education touches the mind as well as the being and each influences the other, information regarding each student is collected, taking into account their ability to apply knowledge, their learning process and how they conduct themselves in different situations. These findings form the basis of a continuous feedback process to the student and parents. A systematic follow up program is built around these evaluations, be it on the academic, co-scholastic or value/attitudinal front.

The school year is divided into 2 terms. Assessments are continuous and can be of any nature- Oral/written/practical or in a form of a quiz. Cycle tests are conducted on every Monday (One subject each Monday)

Kindergarten -Grade 4 follow a continuous assessment pattern using the above methods with a summative assessment at the end of every term. Grade 5 -10 follow the CBSE pattern of cycle reviews, two formative assessments and a summative assessment at the end of every term.

The students are evaluated by a 9 point grading system. Each grade, given on the basis of both formative and summative assessments will correspond to the range of marks indicated below:

A1: 91-100
A2: 81-90
B1: 71-80
B2: 61-70
C1: 51-60
C2: 41-50
D: 33-40
E1: 22-32
E2: 00-20