Examination plays a paramount role in the student’s life. It probes the inbuilt calibre of the child along with mellowing inneraudacity. Keeping in mind the all round augmentation of a student’s personality CBSE has reformed the examination system which now not onlytests the knowledge, but also evaluates a student for his behaviour, emotional stability and social ethics.

As per the CBSE guidelines, the school follows the system of Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) for class I to X and grades are allotted in place of marks. The CCE is spread over two Terms, one April to September and other from October to March. The CCE is intended to provide a holistic profile of the student through scholastic and co-scholastic areas spread over the two terms. Each term will consist of two formative assessments and one summative assessment for evaluation of scholastic areas. The student behaviour, attitude, participation in extra and co-curricular activities and community service will be assesses under the co-scholastic areas. The school gives due weightage to attendance, homework, class work, project work and practical work.

A cumulative record of each student is maintained. As per CBSE for classes I to X,a nine point grading scale is followed in the scholastic areas and the minimum grade required in each subject is D. If a student scores E1 or E2 grade in any subject, he will have to improve upon his grade for promotion to the next higher class. As per CBSE, a student can get supplementary in 2 subjects in classes IX and X and 1 subject in class XI. For class XI, there will be First term Exam, two Unit Tests, two Assessment Tests. For class XII, there will be First term Exam, two Unit Tests, one Assessment Test and Pre-Board Exam. A minimum pass percentage for classes XI and XII is 33% as per CBSE guidelines. Attendance in all Exams and Tests is compulsory.No student shall be allowed to appear in the Final Examination unless all dues have been cleared off.

Breach of Examination rules is punishable by expulsion from the examination room or if discovered subsequently, cancellation of the paperin all cases, the decision of the Principal shall be final. For reasons such as insufficient attendance, indiscipline and serious misconduct, a student may be debarred from examination or may not be granted renewal of admission.

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