Promotion Policy

1.Attendance

(a)75% attendance is mandatory for promotion to the next higher class.

(b)15% shortage in attendance can be condoned by the Principal on account of Medical grounds (To be validated with Medical Certificate)

(c)Case of candidate with attendance less that 60% will be put up for condonation to the Principal for consideration.

2.In order to be promoted to the next higher class,a student must secure 33% marks on the aggregate and minimum of 33% in each subject during Annual Examination and Internal Assessment as well.

3.A student scoring less that 33 % (Annual Exam/Cumulative) in 03 or more subjects will repeat the same class.

4.A student scoring less that 33 % marks(Annual Exam/Cumulative) in one or two subjects is eligible for Improvement Examination.

5.A student appearing for Improvement Exam must score 33 % marks in the Exam in order to be promoted to the next higher class,failing which he/she will be placed in  ‘ESSENTIAL REPEAT CATEGORY’.

ASE-1 Missed a test due to participation in the Inter-School Competitions (Sports / Co-scholastic)

POLICY Eligible for Mismuster Exam in the concerned subject

CASE-2 Missed a test for being Medically Indisposed (e.g. illness, accident or fracture -minimum of 2 days leave).

POLICY a. Missed one unit test in any subject in a term, the marks of other UT of that term will be taken into consideration.

b. Missed two UTs in the same subject in a term, to be marked ABSENT and awarded Zero.

NOTE The school policy stated at (a) and (b) is subject to submission of a medical certificate from a registered practitioner along with an application addressed to the Principal, within 48 hours of joining school.

CASE-3 Missed a test due to immediate death in the family.
POLICY Eligible for Mismuster Exam in the respective subject, subject to submission of application within a day to the school. The school authority has the right to ascertain the facts in its own way to arrive at a conclusion for according the Mismuster Exam.

CASE-4 Missed a test due to marriage in the family, travelling outstation or any other personal reasons other than stated above.

POLICY There will be no Mismuster Examination. The Report Card will show the status of missed test as ‘ABSENT’.

CASE-5 Only applicable to Class XI & XII students.
POLICY All medical cases to appear for Improvement Exam. Failing to do so the school will not be liable to release Clearance Certificate, Provisional T.C and other essential documents at the end of the term.
CASE-6 New admission (I-XII)
POLICY No Mismuster Exam will be held for the new admission of Classes I-VIII. Only, the new admissions (For Cls IX-XII) will be eligible for mismuster exam.
For Cls IX and X, it is mandatory to appear for the SA1 and SA 2 as per CBSE rules.

  1. Attendance
  1. (a) 75% attendance is mandatory for promotion to the next higher class.(b) 15% shortage in attendance can be condoned on account of Medical grounds (To be validated with Medical Certificate)(c) Case of a candidate with attendance less than 60% shall be put up to the Principal for condonation.
  2. To be promoted to the next higher class a student must secure 33% marks in the aggregate and a minimum of 33% in each subject in Annual Examination and Internal Assessment as well.
  3. A student scoring less than 33% (Annual Exam / Cumulative) in 03 or more subjects will be detained in the same class.
  4. For Classes VI to IX, a student scoring less than 33% marks(Annual Exam/ Cumulative) in one or two subjects will be given Compartment.
  5. A student appearing for Compartment Exam must score 33% marks in the Compartment Exam to be promoted to the next higher class failing which he/she will be placed in ‘ESSENTIAL REPEAT CATEGORY’.
  6. In order to be promoted to the next higher class, it is mandatory for student to obtain a minimum B Grade in Art Education/ Performing Art / Health and Physical Education.

CASE -1 Missed a Periodic test due to participation in the Inter-School Competitions (Sports/Co-Scholastic)

POLICY Eligible for Mismuster Exam in the concerned subject.

 

CASE-2 Missed a Periodic test for being medically indisposed (e.g. ill, accident or fracture- minimum of two days leave).

POLICY a. Missed one Periodic Test (PT) in any subject in a term, the marks of other PT of that term will be taken into consideration.

  b. Missed two PTs in the same subject in a term, to be marked ABSENT and awarded ZERO.

NOTE    The school policy stated above is subject to submission of an application the same day through school email and Medical Certificate from a registered practitioner along with an application addressed to the Principal, within 48 hours of joining School.

 

CASE-3 Missed a Periodic test due to death in the immediate family.

POLICY Eligible for Mismuster exam in the respective subject. Subject to submission of application through school email within a day to the school. The school authority has the right to ascertain the facts in its own way to arrive at a conclusion for according the Mismuster Exam.

CASE -4 Missed a test due to marriage in the family, travelling outstation or any other personal reasons other than stated above.

POLICY There will be no Mismuster Examination. The Report Card will show the status of missed test as ‘ABSENT’.

CASE -5 New admission (VI to VIII)

POLICY No Mismuster Exam will be held for the new admission cases of Classes VI-VIII.

CASE-6 If Half Yearly / Annual Exam is missed in any subject/s, eligible students to be tested along with the Compartment Cases.(Cases 1,2 and 3).

PROMOTION POLICY FOR CLASS XI (2018-19)

1. ATTENDANCE:

• A minimum of 75% attendance as per CBSE guideline is a must for promotion to the next higher class.

• Students must attend school regularly & take all weekly, Half Yearly & Annual Exams seriously.

• Case of a candidate with less than 60% attendance will be put up to the Head of Institution for condonation purposes. 15% shortage in attendance may/may not be condoned by the Head of Institution (Leave availed on Medical grounds to be validated by Medical Certificate)

2. PASSING CRITERIA (REFER TO CBSE EXAM BYE LAWS 42.1/1.2 1.3 1.4)

• A student scoring less than 33% marks (Annual Examinations as well as Cumulative Score), in 03 or more subjects will be placed in the “ESSENTIAL REPEAT CATEGORY”/ DETAINED in the same class.

• The weightage’s accorded to each exam in terms of marks is as follows

Cumulative results (100%) = Unit Test* (20%) + Half Yearly Exam (40%) + Annual Examination (40%).

• 40% weightage of Half Yearly and Annual Examination will be taken excluding Practical Marks / Projects Marks / any other internal assessment. i.e. only the Theory Exams.

• Unit Tests & Projects are as important as Half Yearly & Annual Examination. *There are four rounds of Unit test in an academic year and the best three scores will be used for evaluation purpose.

• In order to be declared “Pass” at the end of the session, a student of class XI must secure at least 33% marks in each of the subjects studied by him /her during the session, subject to the condition that he/she secures 33% marks separately in theory and in practical. As per the CBSE manual, it is mandatory to get 33% marks in Practical Examination conducted by the school.

• Provided further the student must also obtain qualifying Grade(s)/Marks in the subjects of Internal Assessment as per curriculum provided by CBSE (Refer to Circular No. CBSE/ACAD/DD(MS)/SPORTS /2018- Mainstreaming Health and Physical Education Dated: 21.3.18).

3. GRACE MARKS:

• Grace marks will be applicable for those students who have made contribution in Co-Curricular and Extra Curricular activities/ Sports at State/National/International level.

• No grace marks shall be awarded to a student to become eligible for ‘COMPARTMENT EXAM’ or to pass the ‘COMPARTMENT EXAM’.

4. COMPARTMENT EXAMINATION:

• A student scoring less than 33% marks. (Annual Examination as well as Cumulative Score) in one or two subjects will be placed in the ‘COMPARTMENT CATEGORY’.

• A student can be given ‘COMPARTMENT EXAMINATION’ in a maximum of two failing subjects and the exam will be administered only once.

• Out of the five main subjects, a student who fails in Theory, he/she will be placed in Compartment in Theory, if a student who fails in Practical or is absent, will be placed in compartment in Practical as well as Theory. ‘

• If the student secures 33% marks in the subject in which he/she has taken the ‘COMPARTMENT EXAMINATION’, disregarding the marks of Half Yearly & Annual Exams, he/she shall be declared successful in the ‘COMPARTMENT EXAMINATION’ and promoted to the next higher class.

5. RULES REGARDING ABSENCE DURING EXAMINATION:

• In case a student is unable to appear for one or more subject(s) in the Half Yearly Examination on medical grounds (duly supported by a medical certificate issued by a Registered Medical Practitioner) / Participating in National/ State/ International Games & Sports/ Participation in co-scholastic activities at Interschool Level, a Mismuster will be awarded only after due verification. The decision of the Head of Institution will be final.

• A student who is on leave on medical grounds (duly supported by a medical certificate issued by a degree holder doctor) at the Annual Examination in one or more subjects shall be allowed to take Mismuster in the subject(s) in which he/she had been on leave on medical grounds.

• Absence in the examination or a part thereof; A medical certificate is to be submitted within two working days of the date of absence at the exam, otherwise it will be considered willful absence and no Mismuster will be permitted.

6. ESSENTIAL REPEAT:

A STUDENT OF CLASS XI WHO DOES NOT ACHIEVE THE QUALIFYING MARKS (33%) IN THREE OR MORE SUBJECTS WILL BE PLACED IN THE ESSENTIAL REPEAT CATEGORY AND WILL NOT BE ELIGIBLE FOR COMPARTMENT EXAM. A STUDENT WHO IS NOT ABLE TO SCORE THE QUALIFYING MARKS (33%) IN ONE/TWO SUBJECTS OF COMPARTMENT EXAMINATION SHALL ALSO BE PLACED IN THE ESSENTIAL REPEAT CATEGORY & WILL BE DETAINED IN THE SAME CLASS DURING THE NEXT SESSION.

7. ADDITIONAL SUBJECTS:

• A student may enroll in class XI with 6 subjects and will appear for the subject at the Half Yearly as well as Annual Examination. He / She will have to score the qualifying marks i.e.33% to continue with the 6th subject in Class XII.

• If a student fails in any of the elective Subjects, then the objective may be replaced by the 6th Additional Subject and the result of Class XI will be computed accordingly.

• The student will not be allowed to pursue the subject in which he has not scored the qualifying marks in class XII.

PS: No request for change of a subject will be entertained once the registration of the student is complete with CBSE in the month of August (Refer to CBSE Circular no. CBSE/RO/DDN/E-BL-2015 Dtd:15.05.2015)

CASE-1 Missed a test due to participation in the Inter-School Competitions (Sports / Coscholastic)

POLICY Eligible for mismuster exam in the concerned subject

CASE-2 Missed a test for being Medically Indisposed (e.g. ill, accident or fracture minimum of 2 days leave).

POLICY a. Three out of four unit tests are included for final promotion.

  1. Missed Two UTs in the same Subject, eligible for Mismuster in the concerned Subject.

 

NOTE The school policy stated at (a) and (b) is subject to submission of a Medical certificate from a registered practitioner, within 48 hours.

 

CASE -3 Missed a Test due to death in the immediate family

POLICY Eligible for Mismuster Exam in the respective subject, subject to submission of application within a day to the school. The school authority has the right to ascertain the facts in its own way to arrive at a conclusion for according the Mismuster Exam.

CASE- 4 Missed a test due to marriage in the family, traveling outstation or any other personal reasons other than stated above.

POLICY There will be No Mismuster Examination. The Report Card will showcase the status of Missed Test as ‘ABSENT’.

CASE-5 Only applicable to Class XII students.

POLICY All medical cases to appear for improvement exam. Failing to do so, the school will not be liable to release Clearance Certificate, Provisional T.C and other essential documents at the end of the term.

CASE-6 New admission (XI -XII)

POLICY The new admissions (For Cls XI – XII) are eligible for Mismuster exam.

CASE-7 If any exam for SA I/ Half yearly is missed, retest as per the schedule drawn for the Eligible Students ( Cases 1, 2, 3)

CASE-8 If any exam for SAII/ Final is missed, Eligible Students to be tested along with the Compartment Cases. ( Cases 1, 2, 3)