International Assessments for Indian Schools (IAIS)is a platform which provides an objective, in-depth, external assessment of student skills in key learning areas. IAIS also helps student to identify the strengths and weaknesses of a student on the four core subject areas of English, Science, Mathematics and Computer Skills.
- Student can identify academic strengths and weaknesses through thorough assessment.
- Student can monitor and compare their own year on year achievement and at the same time with other students.
- Exposure to international assessment tests
- Regional level award in each subject and in each class: The top performing students are awarded a University of New South Wales Gold medal.
- Regional level award in each subject and in each class: Toppers are awarded an Educational Assessment Australia (EAA)-Macmillan Medal.
- Medals are awarded when a score is judged to be sufficiently meritorious. Students need to secure at least a Distinction to be eligible for the medals. EAA decides the awarding of all medals and certificates. Eligibility for medal is as below:
- To be eligible for a medal, students must sit only for the paper/s they have registered for and for the class in which they are currently enrolled.
- Standard invigilation procedures are followed during the examinations by schools.
- Every student who enters the IAIS receives a certificate in one of the following categories (in each class)
- High distinction- top 1% of the entrants
- Distinction- the next 10% of the entrants
- Credit- the next 25% of the entrants
- Participation- all other participating students