Progress reports will be issued after each examination or Unit Test. Parents are requested to take not of the remarks and to return the same, duly signed, within three days.
The periodic Progress Reports as well as Final Examination Report will be withheld, pending payment of fees to the School, unless condonation has been obtained well in advance.
The decision of the Principal with regard to promotion after the Annual Examination will be final and will not ordinarily be reconsidered.
Similarly the decision of the Principal with regard to the fees, assessment of marks, etc. will also be final.
Infringement of the Examination by any pupil will make the pupil liable to punishment.
A pupil who uses unfair means during Test/Examination will be granted zero in that subject ad debarred from the Exam. Repetition of unfair means will make the pupil liable for dismissal.
The student will have to attend two/four unit tests and two semester examinations, the general performance in all these tests and examinations will be taken into account for promotion and detention.
The benefit of condonation of marks will be given only at the end of the year while deciding the students promotion from one standard to another.
Hindi and Marathi are compulsory subjects for the purpose of promotion from Std.III to Std. X.
A student failing to appear for an examination/test will not be re-examined on any account. Results will be declared on the basis of student’s performance during the year.
Absence from Exam in any subject excludes a student from being reckoned in the order of merit or rank in the Examination as no marks will be given for the subject in which the student was absent.
The performance of a pupil is judged on the progress of the student during the whole year and not only on any single
Examination. Hence all examinations and tests are of equal importance. A pupil must get at least 35% marks in the aggregate of the two semesters examinations and the unit tests in each subject, to pass the examination.
No one will be allowed to enter the examination hall, unless one produces the examination permission slip duly stamped and signed. This slip is to be produced during examination for inspection by the Supervisor.
Absence from one or more subject involves the loss of marks from this subject and excludes the pupil from a card or prize, and from being reckoned in the order of merit or rank in the examination.
A pupil who fails consecutively twice in the same standard will have to leave the school.
An aggregate of 75% of the total attendance is required to be eligible for promotion.