Transport & School rules

Transport

Both the schools have a fleet of 60 buses that ply on different routes covering a radius of 40 Kms. Parents who desire this facility will indicate their willingness in the appropriate column in the admission form. It will be the sole responsibility of the parents escort the ward to and fro from the fixed bus at their own risk and responsibility.

School Rules

a) Absence & Leave :

•    No leave is granted except for prior written application from parents or guardians for a valid reason only.

    Every absence (due to sickness or otherwise) must be entered briefly in the pages of absence and leave record of the student diary and signed by parent or guardian.

    Parents are requested to send a leave application in advance if a child seeks leave.

•    A student returning to school after recovering from an infection or contagious disease should produce a fitness certificate.

•    A student suffering from contagious disease must observe the prescribed period of quarantine before returning to class.

    A minimum 75% attendance is compulsory to appear in the final exam.

b) Withdrawal :

    Students can be asked to leave the school on the following grounds: Indisciplinary, Unsatisfactory progress in studies, Repeated detention in class, Irregularity in attendance, Damage of school property, Non payment of school dues, irresponsible behaviour in the bus etc.

    Not abiding by the school code of conduct and breaching hostel rules & regulations.

c) Grounds on which school can ask for withdrawal of the student:
•    Students can be asked to leave the school on the following grounds: Indisciplinary, Unsatisfactory progress in studies, Repeated detention in class, Irregularity in attendance, Damage of school property, Non payment of school dues, irresponsible behaviour in the bus etc.

    Not abiding by the school code of conduct and breaching hostel rules & regulations.

d) Examination System :

•   The school follows a system of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE). The school gives due weightage to each Unit Test, Periodic Test, Term Exam and Final Exam.

   Class KG1 to V & XI: For each subject there will be three Unit Tests. (I Unit Test, II Unit Test, III Unit Test) of 25 marks each and there will be three Term Exams (I Term, II Term & III Term) each carrying 75 marks. Unit Test for class XI will be of 20 marks each and Term Exam will be of 80 marks each. Thus, the maximum marks are 300 for each subject when it comes to preparing final result at the end of the academic session.

•  Class VI to VIII : An academic session is divided into two terms. April to September is First Term and October to March is Second Term. In each term 20 marks are earmarked for periodic assessment and 80 marks for term end exam i.e. Half Yearly and Yearly Exam. Every periodic assessment has further classification where periodic tests contribute 10 marks, notebook submission 5 marks and subject enrichment activity 5 marks in each subject.

   In 6th standard second term syllabus will have 10% of 1st term syllabus apart from its 50% total syllabus making it 60% of the total syllabus in second term. Likewise 7th standard will have 20% of 1st term syllabus and 8th standard 30% of the 1st term syllabus making it 70% and 80% of the total syllabus in second term respectively.

Class IX and X: There will be internal assessment carrying 20 marks and theory examination carrying 80 marks. Internal assessment comprises various periodic tests contributing 10 marks apart from notebook submission and subject enrichment activity contributing 5 marks each.

Class XII: All students are evaluated many times throughout the year before they take their Board Exam. Their academic session witnesses First Unit Test in May, Second Unit Test in August, First Term in September and Second Term in December, followed by Pre-board at the end of January.

e) Promotion Rules: :

•  Promotion to the next higher class is granted to the pupils on the basis of overall performance of a student during the entire academic session.

   The promotion is strictly based on continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE). Every test, whether it is weekly test, periodical test or mid term, contributes when it comes to deciding promotion of a student to the next higher class.

•  Class KG1 to Class V and XI: There are three terms for them. Each term contributes 100 marks. So their result is calculated with 300 maximum marks in each subject. One has to secure minimum 33% in each subject to earn promotion. Some marks are earmarked for notebook submission as well.

  Class VII to VIII: There are two terms for them. Each term contributes 100 marks per subject. So their result is calculated with 200 maximum marks in each subject.

Class IX & X : A student needs to secure minimum 33% marks in each subject separately in Internal Assessment (out of 20) and Final Exam (out of 80) to earn promotion to next higher class.

 Class XI & XII: A student needs to secure minimum 33% marks in each subject separately in theory and practical to earn promotion to next higher class.