1. The School follows Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (C.C.E.) for assessments and promotion. Promotion will be granted on the basis of the whole years’ performance of the student in the C.C.E. which is a system of evaluation of student that covers all aspects of student’s development. C.C.E is a process to provide holistic profile of the learner through regular assessment of both scholastic as well as co-scholastic areas.

  2. Class I to X
    The promotions are decided by the Examination Committee at the end of the academic session. It is made on the basis of the grades obtained in the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation. Absentees in both the summative assessment will not be considered for promotion.

    Class XI
    Promotion is made on the basis of the marks obtained in half yearly and annual examinations as well as the unit tests, the general work and the progress made in the year. Absentees in half yearly/annual exams will not be considered for promotion. Those who are very weak both in Mathematics and English will not be considered for promotion.

  3. The minimum attendance required for promotion is 90%. The examination committee may condone 10% attendance for valid reasons.

  4. The result declared by the examination committee is final and cannot be reconsidered.

  5. A student who has failed twice in a class will not be permitted to continue his studies in the school.

  6. If a failed candidate wishes to continue his studies in the school he should report within three days of re-opening, failing which his name will be struck off the rolls.

  7. Failed students of Class-XI will not be allowed to repeat the class.


Evaluation of Scholastic aspect

Part 1: Scholastic Areas
Evaluation of Academic Subjects
Six assessments are proposed

Type of assessment Percentage of weighting in academic session Month Term wiseweighting
Formative Assessment-1 10% April - May FA1+FA2=20%
Formative Assessment-2 10% June – August SA1=30%
Summative Assessment-1 30% September SA1=30%
Formative Assessment-3 10% October - November FA3+FA4=20%
Formative Assessment-4 10% January - February -
Summative Assessment-2 30% March SA2=30%

Total: Formative Assessments (FA) = FA1+FA2+ FA3+FA4 = 40%
Summative Assessments (SA) = SA1+SA2 = 60%

  1. In order to assess the progress of each student three examinations are conducted in a year.

  2. There will be weekly tests and other assessments conducted on a regular basis.

  3. Due disciplinary action to the extent of dismissal will be taken against students found using unfair means in any examination.

  4. In sickness, leave will be sanctioned by the Principal after due verification when application is submitted along with the medical certificate on the day of the examination. In an academic year medical leave will be sanctioned only once. Under no circumstance re-examination will not be conducted.

  5. If a student absents himself from the examination, the average marks obtained by him in the academic year will be calculated taking into account number of examinations held and not those in which he has appeared.

  6. The results are communicated to the parents by means of progress report after every examination. Parents are required to collect it on time. They are requested to sign and return it to the school within three days of issue.

  7. Returning it with forged signature is liable to be punished.

  8. The failure to collect Progress Report on time will be considered as gross negligence from the part of Parents/Guardians. Undue delay in returning the progress report will attract a fine of Rs.100

  9. Students must keep record of all the marks in the school diary for the reference purpose.


  1. Students should come in full school uniform every day.

  2. If any student is unable to appear for the exam owing to illness, the application for medical leave should be submitted to the Principal on the day of the Examination. Such application will not be accepted after completion of the Examinations.

  3. Defaulters of school fees are not allowed to appear for the exam without the special permission of the Principal.

  4. If any mistake is detected in the question paper, it should be brought to the notice of the invigilator. If the mistake hasn't been rectified, Principal/Vice-principal should be informed about it, immediately after the exam.

  5. No separate sheets will be provided for ROUGH WORK. Rough work may be done on the last page of the main answer sheet.

  6. Students are not allowed to move about in the exam hall. Additional sheets will be given by the teachers.

  7. Students are not permitted to share scale, rubber, Instrument box etc.

  8. Before the commencement of examination on each day students are advised to check the pockets and desks and ensure that no objectionable materials are in their possession.

  9. Students are required to remain silent from the moment they enter the exam hall till they go out of it.

  10. Students should not attempt to help others or to take help from others.

  11. Students may keep their school bags out side the class rooms in an appropriate place and be responsible for its safety.

  12. The writing pads brought to the exam hall should not have anything written on them.

  13. Students should write the Class and Roll no. on the question papers and nothing else should be written on the question papers.

  14. It is compulsory for the students to be present on the First two working days after examination. Any clarification regarding the marks has to be made before the submission of the mark list in the office. Correction in marks will not be entertained after the preparation of the Progress Report.