Examination and Promotion Rules

  • On examination day no student is allowed to enter the Examination Hall or Exam Room before the General Assembly.
  • No leave other than medical leave is sanctioned during examination period provided a medical certificate from such medical authority as will satisfy the Principal is submitted on the day the student is absent so that appropriate entries may be made in the school records.
  • Any other leave applied for and taken during the examination will be at the risk of the parents and will not be taken into consideration is determining promotion.
  • In any case a medical certificate is not a guarantee for granting promotion. If a student falls sick for a part of the whole examination he should have the required pass marks from the other examination held during the year.
  • Examination will not be anticipated for individual students. Examination once missed will not be conducted again for any reason.
  • Candidates will be disqualified is they are detected in giving or obtaining or attempting to give or obtain unfair assistance at the examination or if they have in their possession while in the examination hall or classroom, any book, memorandum or pocket book, notes or paper except the Question paper of the current exam. Unused answer sheets must be submitted to the staff-invigilators.
  • Pass mark in each subject is 40% for I-V for VI-XII as per CBSE board regulation.
  • Students of VI-X will have to secure 33% marks out of 80 marks in each subject covering 100% syllabus of the subject. There will be three Periodic written tests in each subject. Average of the two tests, (10 marks) will be taken for internal assessment. 5 marks are for Notebook Submission. This covers regularity, assignment completion, neatness and upkeep of notebook. 5 marks are for Subject Enrichment Activity. This covers Speaking and listening skills, practical lab work, map work and project work.
  • Final results once decided will not be re-considered. All cases of doubt regarding promotion are left entirely to the discretion of the Principal. Parents must not come for re-consideration of the Result. In no case shall a student be promoted on trial.
  • Parents/Guardians must sign the Report Card when it is sent for and return it the next day.
  • The College does not undertake to retain answer scripts for more than 7 days after distributing the Reports Cards.
  • A student failing for two successive years will have to be withdrawn. This is not applicable to X to XII. Students failed in X and XII will not be re-admitted.
  • Promotion to the higher class is based on the annual aggregate that takes the whole year’s performance through Formative and Summative Assessments.
  • If some parents feel that justice is not being done to their wards in scrutinizing the answer-scripts, the same can be brought to the notice of the Principal. At his sole discretion he may have the answer scripts or other work done by the students.
  • The evaluation of answer scripts and other works done by the students during the examination is within the domestic jurisdiction of the college and therefore, no outside person or authority has jurisdiction to check, scrutinize or evaluate the answer scripts or other work done by the students.