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Examination & Promotion

The academic year of the School has three terms:
   A). March to May
   b). July to October
   c). November to February
1. 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 and examination without a grave cause will be considered a having failed; in case of illness a Govt. doctor’s certificate should be produced.
2. Those who are absent themselves in any subject shall be considered failed in that subject and shall not be awarded any position, and shall not be re-examined. In case of grave illness, a medical certificate to the effect shall be produced.
3. Regular periodical test will be conducted in addition to the term examinations. Marks obtained in all the tests and term examinations will be taken into consideration for promotion.
4. A pupil shall be eligible to appear in the Final Examination only if he/she has 85% of the total attendance.
5. Anyone found indulging in any malpractice during an examination is liable to be debarred from further examinations.
6. Criteria for promotion after Final Examination shall be 45% of the aggregate marks obtained by the candidate in all the papers and examinations besides the internal assessment made by the school.
7. Results declared at the end of the year are final and will not be reconsidered, nor will the answer paper be shown. If re-evaluation is sought Rs.300/- will be charged for each answer sheet along with a written application by the guardian to this effect.
   a. ICSE evaluation criteria for promotion will be strictly followed for the students of 8th and 9th Standard.
   b. To be promoted to a higher class, Pass-mark for English is compulsory as the school’s medium is English and as per the ICSE evaluation criteria.
   c. Percentage for promotion is to a higher class in all ordinary situations would be 45% of the aggregate of all the 3 term examinations for each subject along with all the prescribed conditions.
   d. Promotion to higher class does not guarantee an automatic renewal of admission to the school; one may be asked to leave the school based on the indisciplinary behaviour of the previous year. The names of those who have not taken renewed admission within 10 days of the re-opening of the school will be deleted from the roll and the vacant seat will be allotted to those who are on the waiting list.
   e. ICSE criteria for the 10th standard are Pass-mark for English, SUPW and other 4 subjects, for obtaining a Pass Certificate.
8. A student who fails in two consecutive final examinations in the same class will have to opt out the school.
9. The scheme of promotion of the school management is that the decision of the Principal/School authority in the matter of promotion is final and irrevocable. Those who accept this scheme of promotion only should seek admission in this school.
10. While reviewing each report guardians are requested to examine the home work and school diary of the students. It will be helpful in understanding the progress he/she has made in accordance with the expectation of the parents/ guardian.
11. Promotion to a higher class depends upon:
   I. Regularity in attendance.
   II. Regularity and quality of day to day participation in the class.
   III. Opinion of teachers teaching in the class.
   IV. Students’ daily record register.
   V. Written work and projects assigned by the subjects.
   VI. Average of the term examination.