Examination and Norms of Promotion
  1. There will be two terminal exams - September & February for classes VI to X. Class I - V will be assessed on the basis of C.W./ class tests/ assessment and an annual examination that would be conducted in February.
  2. For the class going for the Board Examination there will be a compulsory Pre­ Board Examination in the month of January /February.
  3. Attendance: As per the C.B.S.E. Examination Bye-laws 75% attendance for classes 9-10 and 80% for classes 1-8 during the academic year is required and no relaxation of any kind will be granted to a student who does not fulfil the school as well as the Board requirements.
  4. Board Examinations for X will be held in the month of March.
  5. Examination in the third language (Sanskrit) will be held in February for class VIII. The new admissions who have not passed this examination must ensure that they do so before appearing for final Board Examinations.
  6. The school will follow the CCE (continuous and comprehensive evaluation) pattern as recommended by the CBSE.
  7. Pupils absent from an Examination, class test assignment/activity for any reason will not be re-examined. These are as important as a Terminal Exams under the CCE.
  8. Wilful breach of any of regulations pertaining to the conduct of examination is punishable with expulsion from the examination, or if subsequently discovered, with the cancellation of the paper. Students absenting themselves from the school just before the Exam will be strictly dealt with.
  9. Projects/Assignments/Practical files should be submitted regularly.
  10. Result declared at the end of the year is final in all cases and will not be reconsidered, nor will the answer papers be shown.
  11. Continuous & Comprehensive Evaluation: CBSE introduced CCE for class IX in 2009-2010 session. The school has adopted it for all classes This has mainly been done to remove the stress of studies on the children. The assessment of a student will not be only for academics but for other abilities and qualities also. Moreover it will not be on the basis of a test or an examination but also through other activities, throughout the year. The pattern of assessment under this system is as follows:
    Four (4) formative Assessments of 10% each which will include unit tests, projects, assignments, practicals, oral tests, MCQ etc. 3-4 of these per subject.
    Performance) students will also be assessed in co-scholastic areas which include the life skills, Attitudes and Values and also the eo­ scholastic activities like Health and Physical Education. Only grades will be awarded for all areas at the end of the year according to the Board CCE Pattern.

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