• The school conducts examinations, which consists of two summative examinations, two formative examinations, internal assessment tests and a number of periodical assignments on the basis of CCE as prescribed by the CBSE during the academic year.
  • Pupils absent from an examination due to illness will have to produce doctor's certificate.
  • Deliberate violation of any of the regulations of the conduct of examinations is punishable with expulsion from the examination hall and cancellation of the paper.
  • Students are strictly forbidden from borrowing implements from other students in the examination hall.
  • Copying, consulting and carrying answers slips to the examination hall will be liable to punishment such as detention in the same class etc.
  • Applications for the verification of marks may be considered in special cases at the discretion of the Principal.
  • The years work will be taken into account for Moral Science, GK, Computer, Drawing, Music, Dance and Physical Education.
  • Eligibility
  • No student is generally eligible to appear at the second terminal examination unless he has put in at least 75% of the actual working days in a session as per the school calendar.
  • In genuine cases the principal may, however condone the shortage in attendance not exceeding 10% of the actual working days of a session.
  • Promotion to higher class depends
  • Regularity in attendance.
  • Regularity and quality of day-to -day participation in the class activities
  • Opinion of teachers concerned
  • Written work and project assigned by the subject teachers (sessional marks are based on grades and 40% weightages)
  • Internal or sessional marks in each subject.
  • Results declared at the end of the academic year.
  • Suitable changes in the mode and pattern of examination will be made when found necessary, such changes will be intimated to the students in advance.

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