A. A student has to put in at least 75% of attendance during the year to become eligible to appear for the Board Examination/Annual Examination.
B. Absence from test in one or more subjects involves the loss of marks/grades in these subjects and excludes the students from a rank, prizes and other awards. Students absent from an Examination will not be re-examined.
C. If a student has not been able to take an examination/assessment due to circumstances beyond his/her control and he/she has otherwise secured the required percentage of marks/grades in the other examinations, his/her promotion will be decided by the Principal.
D. If a student fails in the same class for two successive years, he/she will not be allowed to continue in the school.
E. The Principal, in exceptional cases, may also advise the parents/guardians to withdraw the child from the school.
F. There will be two Terminal Examinations. The percentage of marks allotted to each is as follows:
|(Class VI to IX)||X||XI|
|I. First Term||50%||40%||50%|
|II. First Term||50%||60%||50%|
G. In order to be declared as ‘Passed’ at the end of the academic session, a student must secure 33% marks in each of the subjects offered by him/her.
A. Students of Class XII who have to appear in the Board Examination at the end of the year will appear in two Pre-Board Examinations to be held in December and January respectively. They will also have to take the first Terminal Examination like the other students.
B. For admission and the allotment of streams in Class XI, the results of the Class – X Board Examination will be taken into consideration.