Rules for Examination & promotion

  1. Examination tests enable parents to know the progress of their children and pay due attention to their studies at home.

  2. Promotion to next class will depend on the year’s performance. Hence there will be Two Class Tests, Two Terminal Tests, and Two Examinations, Half Yearly and Annual to register the progress of the students.

  3. Regular attendance is expected from each student. If a student does not have 75% of the attendance for the year, he / she will not be permitted to appear for Annual examination.

  4. Students who are absent for any test or examination due to sickness should submit Doctor’s Certificate at the earliest or before the examination period.

  5. The pass marks for each subject is 33% upto class X and 35% for XI & XII.

  6. For promotion, a student must obtain pass percentage in at least five major subjects which must include the subject English.

  7. A student who, for reasons accepted by the Principal, is not able to appear for the Half-Yearly, must appear for the Annual examination.

  8. A student who does not appear for Half-Yearly as well as Annual Examination, will not be promoted.

  9. A student who gives or obtains unfair assistance at an examination will be debarred from the rest of the examination and will get a zero in that paper. Such a student may be detained in the same class or dismissed from the school.

  10. A student who fails twice in the same class will be asked to leave the school.

  11. Answer books of the Annual Examinations are not shown. The result declared at the end of the year is final and not subject to reconsideration.

  12. The school does not undertake to retain answer scripts/projects of candidates who sit for examinations for more than 60 days after the results are declared.

  13. A failed student forfeits all claims to concession in school fees.

  14. A student of class IX and XI, to be promoted to the next class, is required to secure pass percentage for each subject in Half Yearly and Annual Examinations, in accordance with the attendance and pass criteria laid down by the council.

  15. Classes for class XI will begin in April with provisional admission. Admission to class XI is not automatic for the students of class X of this school. The admission and the choice of subjects will be based on the marks obtained in Half Yearly & Pre-Board Examinations as well as the conduct record of the student during the years in the school.

  16. A student of class XI who does not achieve pass percentage in the Annual Examination will not be permitted to be a regular student in the same class. However he / she may be permitted to appear for the final examination at the end of the year at the discretion of the Principal. On passing in that examination, he/she may be admitted to the higher class (XII) as regular student once again, in which case his/her attendance of Class XI will be accounted for.

  17. All project works for classes IX to XII should be submitted when asked for. All defaulters will get zero in the subject.

  18. The decision of the school authorities on results shall be final and in no case shall lie in any court of law in respect of their decision.