There are three examinations/assessments in an academic year, viz first term, second term and final term which is generally held in February. No student shall be granted promotion unless he/she obtains 33% of the total allotted marks in each subject in all the three examinations. Just passing in all subjects in the final term alone is not sufficient.
The evaluation of answer-scripts of a student during an examination is within the domestic jurisdiction of the school and therefore no outside persons or authority has jurisdiction to check/scrutinize or claim them. If in the opinion of the parents the results of their ward are significantly below the standard as shown by their ward’s class-performance, the parents may request the principal in writing to have checked any of the said subject-paper/ s on payment of Rs fifty (50/-) per subject. The principal may at his own discretion appoint a teacher to verify the results and communicate the same within a week. The answer-scripts are retained in the school only till 30 April of the respective year.