Admissions Rules

Withdrawal of the Students

The school can ask for withdrawal of students on following grounds:

  1. Gross indiscipline
  2. Unsatisfactory progress in studies.
  3. More than two years detention in the same class.
  4. Shortage of attendance by 25% during the academic year.
  5. Parents may withdraw their children at the end of the school session after submitting a notice to the Principal one month before the actual date of withdrawal.
Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluaton (CCE)

From L.K.G. to class X, the scheme of continuous and comprehensive evaluation , that is a school based evaluation system has been implemented as per the recommendation and directions of the central board of secondary education, New Delhi. It envisages that every learner should be evaluated over the entire period of learning schedule rather than one shot three-hour external examination. According to this system, assessment will be indicated in terms of grades only and there will be equal emphasis on scholastic and co-scholastic achievements.

Eligibility to Appear in the Exams
  1. Students of all classes are required to attend at least 75% of the total lectures delivered in each subject, inclusive of additional, optional subject and practical classes.
  2. Students will have to clear all school dues before appearing for exams.
  3. The final authority for sending admission forms for Board Examination will be the Principal.
  4. If any student remains absent during any of the examination, he/she will not be permitted to take re-exam.