A TERMINAL EXAMINATION
closes the First Term and is held in October. A FINAL EXAMINATION closes the
Second Term and is held in April. Each Term has a Mid-Term Test called a
If a pupil for any reason,
is absent from either Examinations or either Unit Tests or even from one Subject
Paper, she is not re-examined. She forfeits the marks of the Examination or Test
or Subject Paper for which she was absent.
Each pupil has a Cumulative
Report Book, into which are entered the results of the Examinations and the Unit
Tests. One Report Book covers Stds. V, VI and VII
cumulatively. The other Report Book covers Stds. VIII, IX and X cumulatively.
The results of each Unit Tests and Examination are signed by the parents in the
Cumulative Report Book.
Terminal and Final Examinations held for the pupils of
Stds. V-X will
have both Objective and Essay type evaluation.
Wilful breach of any
of the regulations for the order of the examination is
punishable with the expulsion from the Examination room;
if the breach is subsequently discovered the paper will
not be assessed. On Examination
days no girl may bring a text or exercise book or any other information into the
The results of the Examination are final and will
not be reconsidered.
PROMOTION RULES FOR
STD. V-IX :
Promotion of students
from one standard to another will be decided on the basis of:
The performance of the students in the Terminal and the Final
Examination, Unit Tests, homework and
The student’s conduct and
application to work all through the year.
To be eligible for promotion a student must secure at least 35% marks in
each of the six compulsory subjects of the 10+2 pattern after an average has
been taken of the:
Terminal Examination (October)
Final Examination (April)
2 Unit tests – Orals – Journals
A student must pass in those subjects taken at the school level
for eligibility for the S.S.C Examination
Service and Craft).
Promotions once refused will not be reconsidered.