There are three major exams each at end of each term. Besides unit tests are taken regularly. Average marks of the unit test and daily assessment are added to the terminal test. No retest will be taken under any circumstances.
(A) Promotion Scheme
Promotion to the higher classes depends upon:
- Regularity in attendance.
- Regularity and quality of day-to-day participation in the class.
- Opinion of teachers teaching in the class.
- Written work and projects assigned by the subjects.
- Average of the terminal examinations.
(B) Assessment and Promotion
The School year has three terms:
April to May, July to October, November to March
- An examination will be held at the end of each term and no student will be allowed to take the examinations earlier or later. Those absent from an examination without a grave cause will be considered as having failed; in case of illness a doctor’s certificate should be produced.
- Absence from one or more papers involves a loss of marks in these papers which excludes the students from being reckoned in the order of merit or rank and from a prize.
- Use of unfair means in the examination will be severely dealt with.
- Results declared at the end of the year are final and will not be reconsidered, nor will be answer paper be shown.
- A student who fails in two consecutive final examinations will have to have the school.
- Promotions are granted on the basis of whole year’s work, hence the importance of regularity in work and performance in the examinations.
- For promotion, a student must obtain 45% in each subject.
- Those who seek admission in this school have to accept this scheme of promotion. The decision of the school in the matter of promotion is final and irrevocable.
- While reviewing each report guardians are requested to examine the homework diary of the students. It will be helpful in understanding as to why he has not come up to the expectation.