Two terminal examinations are held during the year and reports are issued within 2 weeks. For promotion, the two examinations will carry equal weight.
The child should have attended at least 75% of the total number of working days.
Any child who does not appear for the Term Exams has to make a written application. He / She will be promoted to the next class on the basis of a re-exam or the year's performance only if he/she fulfils the attendance rule. The final decision will lie with the Principal. In such a case the student will not be eligible for any academic awards.
The child should obtain 50% in the total aggregate of the two exams. If the child gets 50% in the total aggregate of the two exams but fails in more than two subjects, the child will not be promoted.
If the child fails in the same two subjects for the two consecutive years, the school reserves the right to detain him / her.
If the child fails in the same two subjects for two consecutive years, the school reserves the right to detain him/her.
Any student who takes or gives dishonest help at an examination will be debarred from the rest of the examination and he / she will get a zero. A student may be dismissed in the serious case of cheating or if he is caught cheating more than once.
Promotions are decided at a joint meeting of all the teachers concerned and due consideration is given to each case. The decision of the panel is therefore final and can not be reconsidered.
It is compulsory that a student of Grade VII passes in Hindi with 50 marks if he / she wishes to drop the subject in Grade IX.