There will be two terminal examinations
and one final examination, in addition
to the midterm examinations.
The institute conducts mid terms examination
for each subjects before each terminal
The mid term examination are important
as it comprises the internal evaluation
of the student that accounts for 20%
of the marks required for passing.
It is mandatory for students to appear
for mid term examination and no retest
shall be taken under any circumstance.
Answer sheets of 1st and 2nd terminal
examination will be shown to the parents
for improvement of their wards, No answer
sheets of session ending examination
will be shown.
progress report of the ward will be
send to the Parent / Guardian after
every mid term examination & terminal
Students are required to appear for
all examinations. Absence from the terminal
/ annual examination means total loss
of marks. If the student is unable to
attend the examinations because of any
unavoidable reason or emergency, the
parent / guardian shall submit a leave
letter stating the reason. Those absent
from an examination without sufficient
and justifiable reason acceptable to
the Principal will be considered as
having failed in the examination. No
re-examination will be conducted.
on the genuineness and validity of reason
for being absent for the examination,
the Principal may, at his/her discretion,
consider marks of other examinations
for evaluating eligibility for promoting
the student to the next standard.
|4. No student
will be allowed to appear for examinations
unless all fees are paid.
|5. A student failing
twice in the same class will not be permitted
to continue in the institute.
A student will be presented for the
final examination, only if he/she satisfies
the norms laid down be the C.B.S.E.
regarding progress and attendance.
If a student get ‘F’ grade
in 3 subjects or more in class III onwards
he / she may be detained in the same
class with the consent of the parent.
In case, the parent does not consent,
the student will be promoted to the
next class. However, if the student
gets ‘F’ grade in 3 subjects
or more in the next class, the student
will be detained in the same class.
|For Classes VI to IX
The grading system will be followed
and the grade criteria’s decided
by CBSE is given below :-
A – 90 and above
B - 80 to 89
C - 70 to 79
D – 60 to 69
E – 45 to 59
F – 33 to 44
G – Below 33 percent.