Assessments and Promotions

1. The periodic assessments held during the year are notified in the school calendar. Syllabus for the tests is mentioned in the syllabus book of the respective class.

2. Promotion at the end of the year will be based on attendance, continuous Assessment in every subject, work done during the year and the overall conduct record.

3. Continuous assessments are meant to ensure regularity on the part of the student. Unit Tests and class tests are important part of the continuous assessment for the progress of the student. The answer scripts of these tests, duly evaluated, are handed over to the student, to be taken home, signed by the parents and kept in a separate Test File at home. A student is expected to enter his marks in the relevant columns of Achievement Record in his school calendar.

4. Students are not permitted to take into the examination hall books, bags, notes, writing boards, digital watch, lunch box etc. They may carry only a transparent pouch to keep pens, pencils, rulers and Geometry Box. They may carry a water bottle with plain water. Students of ISC are allowed to use calculators in class as well as in examinations.

5. Attendance for internal assessments & Projects for classes IX to XII is compulsory on the days scheduled. No exceptions can be made in this regard. Defaulters may be awarded zero in that particular subject. For students who are absent for any Assessment / Unit Test / Class Test, no provision can be made for supplementary tests.

6. Failure to appear at any assessment can seriously affect a student's academic progress and promotion. No student can come to school only to do a test and go back home after the test. He must attend the full day class.

7. Examinees are not expected to indulge in any of the following acts: Breach of any of the regulations of conduct at examinations or indiscipline inside or outside the hall.

(a) A student guilty of disorderly conduct or responsible for causing any kind of disturbance in or near the examination room is liable to be refused admission to subsequent papers. The use of unfair means, even if discovered subsequently, will merit the cancellation of the particular paper and the student concerned will be awarded a zero. He may also be given TC at the end of the school year.

(b) A student who has made arrangements to obtain unfair help in connection with the question papers from any persons or any agency is liable to have his result in the examination cancelled as a whole. Candidates who are detected giving or obtaining, or attempting to give or obtain, unfair assistance, or who are otherwise detected in any dishonesty whatsoever, will be debarred from the examination and expelled from the school.

(c) A student is not expected to have in his possession any book, memorandum, or pocket book, notes, or papers whatsoever during the examination. Incidents/possession of any of the above may result in suspension and in the event of a serious nature to be judged by the Principal may result in dismissal from school. A student who has recourse to pre-meditated cheating will be given TC at the end of the school year.

8. There is no arrangement for "re-examination" or "promotion on trial". Students who are sick must not be sent to school to write examination.

9. A student who fails to secure promotion may be asked to leave the school. A pupil failing in his class at the end of the year does not remain on the rolls unless the Parents/Guardians notify the Principal in advance that they wish their son/ward to continue his studies in the school. A student who fails twice in three consecutive years must be withdrawn.

10. The reports must be collected by the Parents on the stipulated day. A defaulter may be penalized by a fine of Rs. 1000. A student cannot attend the school until his report is collected.

11. In all questions of promotion or failure the Principal's decision is final.

Criteria For Promotion

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