1. The school fees cover twelve calendar months. No reduction is made for holidays or broken periods. Pupils are liable to be charged full fees as long as their names are officially on the rolls.
  2. Fees are to be paid on or before 15th of every month failing which a late fee of Rs. 10/- will be levied.
  3. Fees once paid are not refunded.
  4. Pupils whose fees are long overdue may be barred from sitting for examination and are liable to have their names struck off the rolls.
  5. Annual Fees and Examination Fees shall be paid at the time of admission or renewal of School Calendar.
  6. There will be a very nominal yearly increase in the tuition fees that will take care of the yearly increment of the staff.
  7. The school reserves the right to increase the fees at any time of the year if any increment is considered necessary.

Examination And Promotion

Remodelled assessment structure of CBSE BOARD will be followed.

  1. The total Theory Examinations (Term I+II) will be of 80 marks and 20 marks weightage shall be for Internal Assessment (Term I+II).
    (Term I: 40 Marks+ 10 Marks + term II: 40 Marks +10 Marks = 100Marks)
  2. Internal Assessment – Maximum Marks 10 for each Term:
    The Periodic Assessment that would include:• Three periodic tests and the average of the best two periodic tests or marks of one of the best periodic Tests conducted in the Term is to be taken for consideration – 3 Marks• Diverse methods of assessment as per the need of the class dynamics and curriculum transaction. These may include – short tests, oral test, quiz, concept maps, projects, posters, presentations, enquiry based scientific investigations etc. – 2 Marks
  3. Subject Enrichment – Activities, Practical work – 3 Marks
  4. Portfolio to be prepared by the student- This would include class work and other sample of student work. – 2 Marks

  1. Promotion depends on the child’s performance through the year in the Periodic Tests, portfolio, subject Enrichment Activities and not merely on marks scored in the final examination.
  2. Reports of Assessments are given in the Pupils’ Report Cards.Parents or Guardians should sign them regularly and follow the progress of the children.
  3. Promotion is decided at the teachers’ meeting hence results are final and cannot be reconsidered.
  4. For students who are absent for the Tests and Terminal Examinations, no provision is made for supplementary tests. In cases of sickness relevant medical documents must be produced.
  5. For failed candidates there is no arrangement for ‘Re-examination’ or ‘Promotion on Trail’.
  6. Answer papers of the Final Examinations will not under any circumstance be shown to the parents.
  7. If a student remains absent for any examination without proper intimation from the parents in advance, a heavy penalty will be levied. It is obligatory for the parents to meet the principal and inform the reason for the absence.
  8. Any student found resorting to unfair means in any examination will be given a zero in the subject and will not be allowed to write the rest of the papers in that examination. Repetition of the same will result in dismissal. Any student who is found tampering with marks in the Progress Report and other school certificates will be asked to leave the school.
  9. No pupil will be promoted to the next class if the attendance during the year is below 85%.

School Uniforms

  1. The parents must take special care to see that students leave home in full uniform. Uniform is compulsory for all school activities, both curricular and co-curricular, on instruction days as well as on non-instruction days. Defaulters may be sent back home. Whenever the complete or correct uniform cannot be worn, permission to attend school must be obtained on the Regularity Record under “UNIFORM”.
  2. Every student must wear a clean and complete uniform daily.
  3. To ensure uniformity, it is recommended to purchase the uniform from the authorized school tailor. No other shade or pattern will be permitted.
  4. No fancy watches, bangles, earrings, finger rings or nose rings to be worn. Growing of nails and using of nail polish is forbidden.
  5. The students are strictly forbidden to wear gold ornaments in the school. If they do so, it will be confiscated.
  6. More than one pair of ear-stud is not permissible.
  7. Students are required to wear decent clothes respecting their own modesty and that of others. The School reserves the right to ask a child to change if it finds the dress improper.
  8. Colouring of the hair is strictly forbidden.
  9. Mahendi is not, under any circumstances, permitted in the school.


  • There are three Vacations during the year:
  • The Summer Vacation (May-June)
  • The Autumnal Vacation (September/October)
  • The Winter Vacation (December-January)

These holidays may not be extended or anticipated. First Saturdays is generally holiday except when a holiday falls on a School day.