• Promotion depends on the child's performance throughout the year in the weekly tests and the two terminal examinations and not merely on marks scored in the final examination.
  • The unit system divides the syllabus of each subject into clearly defined blocks of related matter, eg. one or more chapters of a text book. As soon as the matter of a particular unit has been completed in class, the student is assessed. The assessments, duly evaluated, are handed over to the student and taken home to be signed by the parents. Unit Tests should be signed by the parents and returned to the Class teacher.
  • A child found with an unsigned report may not be admitted in the class.
  • For students who are absent from the Weekly Tests and Terminal Examinations (Class IV to X) no provision can be made for a Supplementary Test.
  • Entry to the Final Examination is restricted to students with a minimum of 80% attendance during the year.
  • The decision of the school authorities with regard to promotion is FINAL.
  • Pupils whose fees are long overdue may be barred from sitting for the examinations and are liable to have their names struck off the rolls. Absence from examination does not mean exemption from Examination Fees.