Examination and Promotion

  • There will be Two Assessments during the scholastic year besides the four Formative Assessments. Marks obtained in these Assessments will be compiled as the Final result. Promotion to the next class is decided on the basis of this result and the co-scholastic performance of the student.
  • The minimum passing marks for class XI are 45% for each subject in each term. If the student does not qualify in any one subject he will have to appear for a re-test. The student who does not qualify in more than one subject will have to repeat the class. The Principal's decision regarding promotion or detention is final. Results declared are final.
  • No special arrangements are made for the assessment of pupils who, for any reason, absent themselves from same. Answer books submitted by the pupils during their assessment will not, under any circumstances, be given to the parents, private tutors or others. Absence from these assessments will result in a total loss of marks. Students who fail to appear in any one of the assessments due to illness/accidents must produce a medical certificate from the Government Hospital. Medical Certificates from private practitioners will not be accepted unless they are known to the School.
  • Willful breach of any of the regulations pertaining to the conduct of assessments is punishable with the expulsion from the examinations or, if subsequently discovered, with the cancellation of the papers. Any tampering with reports (forging signature and changing the marks) will result in the parents being compelled to withdraw the student from the school.