Prep to V
Promotion at the end of the Scholastic year will depend on daily assessments. In order to avoid stress and strain at the end of the year, students are urged to work regularly. Education is more than securing a pass percentage of marks at the end of the year. Parents are requested to inculcate in their children habits of self study at home. It is necessary that children revise at home the lessons taught in school.
The daily assessment will include written and oral work announced or unannounced. Hence, parents are requested to send their children to school regularly unless prevented by serious illness in which case a medical certificate should be submitted along with a leave letter within 2 days.
Prep - II will have no Final examinations. Promotion will depend on the year's performance. Class III - XII will have a written final examination. Reports will be issued in July and December.
Class VI to XII will have half yearly examinations too.
|Interpretation of marks
|39 and below
A minimum of 40% in the aggregate in English, Hindi, Mathematics and Science is essential for promotion, besides reaching a satisfactory standard in other subjects. Marks below 40 will not be considered in the final aggregate. Parents should encourage their children to work hard daily in order to avoid undue stress and strain at the end of the year. The only one way to success is
'Doing the right thing at the right time.'