- The Kindergarten have assessment after every unit that is done in class and face a consolidated worksheet periodically.
Grades I to VIII:
- Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) is followed in classes I to 8 and feedback is provided regularly to the parents.
- Assessments will be conducted periodically. The average of the assessments is considered for final promotion.
- In the place of marks, grades will be given for the assessments conducted
- All major assessment answer sheets will have to be duly signed by the parent.
- Promotion is granted on the basis of the final result. A child must secure a minimum of (D) grade in aggregate as well as in each subject for promotion to the next higher class.
- The school does not put pressure of Examinations on the young minds. Day to day progress is the criteria for assessing the performance of the child.
For Class IX and X:
- For grades 9 and 10, there will be 20 marks of Periodic Assessments and 80 marks of Yearly exam. The Periodic Assessment comprises of 3 Periodic Tests (10 marks) + Notebook submission (5 marks) + Subject Enrichment (5 Marks)
For Class XI and XII:
- The academic year is divided into two terms. In first term there are two unit tests of 25 marks, each of 1 hour duration and half yearly examinations of 100 marks of three hours duration.
- In the Second term
- For Grade XI – There will be 2 unit test of 25 marks, each of one hour duration and annual examination of hundred marks of three hours duration.
- For Grade XII – There will be 1 unit test of 25 marks of one hour duration and 2 pre-board practice examinations of hundred marks of three hours duration.
- The Half Yearly and Annual Examinations are mandatory.
- No retest will be conducted under any circumstances.
- Average marks may be awarded to a student under the following conditions:
- Medical unfitness and advised bed rest by a the registered medical practitioner.
- Death of an immediate family member.
- Authorized representation of school in a competition.
- Promotion criteria for low achievers on medical grounds / participation at the international/ national level competitions etc. will be decided by the Principal.
- If a holiday is declared on the scheduled Assessment day, the same will be conducted after the last day of the Assessment.
- Absence from assessments is strictly discouraged and will not be considered without a genuine reason.
- Cheating, helping another student or including in any other malpractice in an examination disqualifies the student for the whole examination.
- The profile of the students are in the prescribed format of the achievement record.
- Absence of students and non-attendance of parents on ‘Open House Day’ will result in the Report being retained till a future date which will be intimated to parents.
- School diary must be brought to school everyday, failing which, strict action will be taken.
Promotion is based on the day -to-day work of the student throughout the year and also on the performance in the assessments.
- Scholar’s Badge
A student is declared a scholar from class III -IV, in case he/she secures A*/A grade in all the scholastic subjects (including MOE subjects) and in all the areas of each of the evaluations.
A student is declared a scholar from class V-IX, in case he/she secures A1/A2 grade in all the scholastic subjects (including MOE subjects)) and in all the periodic assessments and term end examinations.
A student is declared a scholar from class XI, in case he / she secures 80% marks in aggregate in an academic session and not less than 75% in each of the scholastic subjects.
- Subject Proficiency:
A student who secures the highest marks in all the sections of a particular class in a particular subject in an academic session will be eligible for the subject proficiency award.
- General Proficiency:
A student who secures highest aggregate percentage in all the sections of a particular class in an academic session will be eligible for the general proficiency award.
- Scholar Gown and Academic Reward:
A student securing a Scholar’s Badge for three consecutive academic sessions shall become eligible for a Scholar’s Gown and if it is for six consecutive years, for an academic award.
- Full Attendance Award:
Students attending the school from the first day of the academic session to the last day of the Summative without a single day of absence (or Annual Examinations) will be eligible for the Full Attendance Award.
Please Note: Students remaining absent in any of the assessment/exams may not qualify for any award.