The education system is continually evolving and so is its means of testing and evaluation. Students who are part of a CBSE syllabus and are trying to get good academic grades now have to bear in mind that internal assessment counts just as much if not more. Therefore performing well on the assignments and being able to secure good scores and grades is very vital.
When you want to deliver the best assignment to your teacher, you have to pay attention. Most often the assignment is based on what was discussed in class. Therefore keep your eyes and ears open always.
Another vital element to consider when working on an assignment is to make sure that you understand what is expected to be covered under the topic. Most often the topic would be quite a vast one and the important thing is to be able to understand what is expected for your level. Rather than using fancy words, you should be able to bring a simple learning and insight to the classroom.
The next important factor to consider when working on your assignment is to always use facts you know are credible and authentic, else to state your position clearly. Many students try to bring a personal view to topics, it is not advisable to do so unless asked to in case they are controversial or important points of discussion.
You will need to stick to the topic and the relevant questions. Many topics may tend to spring from it but the end result has to be that the question expressed in the assignment is answered. When you stick to this, you will score more.
Last but not the least, is presentation. How you decide to present it, how creative you get on that count. What paper, ideas and images you use are all important depending on what kind of an assignment it is. You cannot get frivolous on a math assignment and use too many colors and images. But for a science or English one you can get very creative.
Do not blindly copy and paste content. If something is taken from an excerpt or is a scientific research finding make sure you give proper references.