Class promotions will be decided by the headteachers at the end of the academic session.
The general rules to regulate the conduct of annual examinations and class promotions are as under:
A student with less than 80% attendance will not be allowed to appear in the AnnualExamination.
Leave application for sickness during examinations must be supported by the medical certificate from a registered Medical Practitioner, duly endorsed by the School Medical Officer.
A student who fails in any subject, will not be considered for class position, merit badge, reward etc.
A student who fails to appear in any terminal / annual examination for any reason, will not be placed for position in the consolidated result.
Internal grades will be assessed on the basis of student’s overall performance in send-up tests.
Use of unfair means or cheating during the examinations will result in cancellation of the paper, along with a strict disciplinary action. Recurrence of such an act will lead to expulsion from the School.
A student who happens to miss the annual examination as a whole or has been absent in any paper for a genuine reason, may be considered for promotion to the next class keeping in view his/her performance in the terminal examinations and class tests.
Failures will stand withdrawn from the school unless the Director grants the permission to repeat the class. If a student fails for the second time in the same class, he/she will be compulsorily withdrawn from the school.
Answer sheets of terminal examinations duly checked/assessed may be handed over to the students. However, answer sheets of annual examination will be retained by the School for future reference.
Parents who want the rechecking of their children’s paper(s) can request for rechecking of the paper(s), on the prescribed form, within two weeks after the declaration of the result, after depositing a fee of Rs. 100/- per subject.