Curriculum, Examination and Promotion

  1. Two main Examinations and consolidated assessments are held each year and the results are shown to parents. Promotion to the higher classes is made on the results of these examinations and assessments. Students who fail in these are not considered for promotion to higher classes.
  2. Special arrangements cannot be made for pupils who for any reason whatsoever, are absent from the main examination/assessments or any part of them. Those absent for any of the tests or examinations will not get any position. Retest will not be given for being absent on any ground. In case of absence on account of genuine illness, the pupil’s general performance in the class will be taken into consideration for promotion. No claims for promotion shall be entertained on the basis of medical or any other ground.
  3. Answer scripts of the students for Half Yearly & Final Examinations, will not be shown to parents, private tutors or others. In special cases on giving an application, the school authorities may show answer scripts to parents only.
  4. No student who has got less than 80% attendance during the School Academic year will be permitted to appear for the Final examination unless special permission to do so is obtained from the Principal.
  5. The assessment of Tests and Examination made by the teacher, duly checked by the Principal is fair and final.
  6. A minimum of 40% marks must be secured in all subjects to get any position. Students have to secure a satisfactory grade in SUPW to get promotion.
  7. Only those pupils who have paid all fees due to the school for the Academic Session are permitted to appear for the Final Examination.



  1. Minimum age limit for class Pre-Nursery is 3 years as on 1st April of the Academic Year in which the admission is being sought. For subsequent classes the eligible age will be reckoned again with reference to 1st April with a proportionate increase over 3 years.
  2. Formal admission is complete only after the application form has been considered by the Principal, the parent informed of the decision and an Admission Card signed by the Principal is issued. Normally, this is after an interview/entrance test.
  3. No candidates will be admitted to the school without a Transfer Certificate from the last School which he/she attended and the other required documents.
  4. The Principal reserves to herself/himself the right to refuse admission to any candidate without furnishing any reasons.


  • For withdrawal of a pupil from the school, a calendar month’s notice must be given in writing, otherwise a calendar months fee will be charged instead.
  • The Management, acting through the Principal, reserves the right of resigning the charge of any pupil who is deemed unsatisfactory. In such cases the Principal is not bound to give any reason.
  • The school management, acting through the Principal will request the withdrawal of a pupil who fails for two consecutive years in the same class.
  • A Transfer Certificate (T.C.) is not issued until all dues of the school are cleared.
  • Duplicate copies of transfer certificates are not issued. In special cases such certificates will be issued after proof verification, at a Charge.
  • Continuous absence without a sanction for a week in the mid term or two days after any vacation or 8 days in a month will lead to “Striking off” the name from the rolls. Such students have to seek readmission.
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