Policy for Promotion- Till CLASS VI
- No Detention
PROMOTION POLICY FOR CLASS VII and VIII
As specified by CBSE Circular no.14/2017, dated 21 3.2017. This is subject to change in case of any new policy released by CBSE during the session.
There is no detention policy for Classes VII-VIII.The annual (consolidated) result will have weightage of 50% of First Terminal Examination and 50% of Second Terminal Examination.
PROMOTION POLICY FOR CLASS IX
- As specified by CBSE Circular no.14/2017, dated 21 3.2017. This is subject to change in case of any new policy released by CBSE during the session
- As per CBSE directive 75% attendance is mandatory for promotion to class X.
- Students failing in one subject will be given a retest.
PROMOTION POLICY FOR CLASS XI
As per CBSE directive 75% attendance is mandatory for promotion to class XII.
According to CBSE, for class XI, a new pattern of assessment will be followed having two components: Overall Assessment and Session Ending Assessment of 50% weightage each. Overall Assessment includes Periodic Tests and Half Yearly examination. Year ending examination includes complete syllabus in theory and internal assessment/ practical/ project. The qualifying marks in each subject will be 33%. In a subject involving internal assessment/ practical/ project work a student must obtain 33% marks in theory and 33% mark in internal assessment/ practical/ project separately in addition to 33% marks in aggregate, in order to qualify in that subject. Existing provisions of compartmental examination will remain the same.
Students failing in one subject will be given a retest. The passing marks in the tests are 33%, in both theory and practical.
Parents must prepare the students for the retest with the clear understanding in case the students fail even in the retest the student will be declared as DETAINED.
Students failing in two subjects is not eligible for retest and will be detained.
Those failing in class XI for the second consecutive year will be asked to take a compulsory transfer certificate from the school.
No further review of the policy will be considered thereafter.