SCHOOL POLICY FOR EXAMINATION AND PROMOTION
The scholastics session is devided into 2 terms. Each terms end with an examination. Marks obtained are recorded in the report card. Parents are expected to personally collect the report card of their ward on the result declaration day (PTM).
||Type of Assessment
||1 Test Every Month
|Periodic Assessment I
|Half Yearly/Term I Examination +Internal Assessment
||1 Test Every Month
|Periodic Assessment II/Pre Board
|Annual/Term II Examination +Internal Assessment
|Internal Assessment includes Students Portfolio, Subject Enchrichment Activity, Pen Paper Test, Monthly Test, Project and Practical Activities in each Term.
- Students are expected to report to the Examination hall at least 10 minutes before the exam commences. If a child exceeds this time limit, he/she may not be allowed to enter the Examination Hall. This rule holds good for the Board Examination too.
- Students should bring all necessary materials such as pencils, pens, ruler, eraser, geometry instrument box to the Examination Hall. Nobody will be allowed to borrow things as it causes disturbance and inconvenience to other students.
- During an ongoing examination if a student happens to fall sick and fails to appear in the exam of that day, parents are requested to submit an application to the Principal on the same day, with medical certificate.
- No student should leave the Examination Hall / Classroom without the permission of the invigilator.
- Students are expected not to indulge in any unfair means during any examination such as cheating, stealing blank answer sheets, asking for answers from one another etc. Anybody reported indulging in any such malpractices will not be awarded any marks in that subject.
- No study material in full or in part should be found in possession of the student. In such cases the student may be debarred from completing the paper in that particular subject or for appearing in all the remaining subjects for that Term Examination.
- The Report Card is a document that records the progress of a student in his/her studies and also presents an evaluation of his/her conduct and attendance during the academic year.
- Promotion from one class to another is assessed on the student's progress throughout the year which shall include the result of all the, Term Examinations and other internal assessments. The Annual Examination Result alone shall not be the only criterion for promotion to the next class.
- The minimum pass percentage of marks for every subject in school is 40%. The promotion for classes IX-XII will be as per the CBSE Board respectively.
- In school, 90% attendance is a must to be eligible for appearing in the Annual examination.
- Failure to appear in any Test/Term Examination conducted in school (partly or wholly) will affect the promotion of the student. It is compulsory for a student to appear in all subjects in the Final Examination in order to be considered for promotion to next class.
- Absence in one or more subjects results in the loss of marks in those subjects, and excludes the student from being reckoned in the order of merit/position and for a prize in General Proficiency,
- Student suffering from acute illness should not be sent to school for any Test/Examination. In such cases, parents should meet the Principal and discuss the matter regarding the same.
- Result declared at the end of the Academic Session will be final in all respects, and under no circumstances would it be reviewed, reconsidered or revoked.
- With regard to promotion or failure, the Principal's decision will be final and abiding.
- Students who fail for two consecutive academic sessions in the same class will have to leave the school.
There will be four test series for classes NURSERY, LKG and UKG. These series will be assessed on the basis of the child’s day-to-day performance.