AGE GROUPS
i) Class-wise age group as on 31st May, will be as follows:

ClassLNUNKGIIIIIIIVVVIVIIVIIIIXXXIXII
Age Group2+Yrs.3+ Yrs.4+ Yrs.5+ Yrs6+ Yrs.7+ Yrs.8+ Yrs.9+ Yrs.10+ Yrs.11+ Yrs.12+ Yrs.13+ Yrs.14+ Yrs.15+ Yrs.16+ Yrs.

ii) When a boy’s detention in the same class makes him too old for his class, the Principal shall have his name removed from the school rolls.

iii) Boys who are detained in a class at the end of the year, and are within the age group MAY be allowed to repeat the class, ONCE.

CRITERIA FOR PROMOTION
i) Promotion will be decided on the whole year’s performance and not merely on the basis of the final examination.
ii) For classes IX and XI, the Annual Examination will be based on the full year’s syllabi.
iii) For classes VI to VIII, the Annual Examination syllabi will be the 2nd Term’s syllabi with any addictions that may be decided by the subject teachers.
EVALUATION WEIGHTAGE:
Classes I and III
A continuous assessment system is taken into consideration for promotion.

Classes IV and V
i) Each term carries equal weightage i.e.50%.
ii) A continuous assessment system is taken into consideration for promotion.
iii) Minimum pass grade is Grade 6.

Classes VI to VII
i) Minimum pass grade in all subject is Grade 7
ii) P.E., Moral Science, Art and Third Language carry alphabetical grade.

Classes VIII
i) Minimum pass grade in all subject is Grade 7.
ii) P.E., Moral Science, Art and Third Language carry alphabetical grade.
iii) In order to pass, a boy must pass in English (Language and Literature combined) and any four of the following subjects, Second Language, Social Studies, Science, Mathematics, Computer Studies.

Class IX
i) Minimum pass grade is Grade 7
ii) In order to pass, a boy must pass in English and any four subject.

Class XI
i) 
Minimum pass grade is Grade 7
ii) In order to pass, a boy must pass in English and any three subject.

N.B. 1. From Class VI to IX where the pass grade is Grade 7 the percentage equivalent is 35%.
2. In Classes XI and XII where the pass grade is Grade 8 the percentage equivalent is 40%.
3. A continuous unit test / assignment is taken into consideration for promotion for final assessment for classes VI – XII.

REPORT CARDS
1. The Progress Report Card is an official transcript. No separate transcript for a term or terms is issued.
2. A duplicate Progress Report Card, or School Dairy, can be requested for on payment of a fine of Rs. 150/- in each case.
3. Parents/Guardians are requested to sign the Terminal Progress Reports in the appropriate place at the proper time and to note the number of days your son may have been absent during the term.


NOTES ON CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT:
1. Every boy is required to do assignments set on class as well as any homework that is set for the day. Parents are requested to ensure that homework assigned is completed on time.

a) The first time a boy fails to hand is homework, his failure to do so will be recorded, by the his subject teacher in class file, that is meant for this purpose, which will be kept in the Vice Principal’s office.

b) If this is repeated the matter shall be recorded in the Complaint Register and parents will be called in to meet the Principal/Vice Principal/Section Head.

c) In case of a third repetition in a particular subject, a boy may be penalized by being barred from any club or co-curricular activity for a period of time.

d) Should a boy persist in not submitting work, he will be penalized by having 5 marks deducted from his Unit Test score in the relevant subject. Parents will be intimated by letter.

e) Even after this, if the boy fails to submit assignments, 10 marks will be deducted from his score at the Terminal Examination and the parents informed accordingly.

2. All boys are required to bring their text and exercise books for their respective subjects every working day, unless otherwise specified.

a) The first time a boy fails to bring either his text books or exercise books, the Subject Teacher will record his name in a class file, that is meant for this purpose, which will be kept in the Vice Principal’s office.

b) If this is repeated the matter shall be recorded in the Complaint Register and parents will be called in to meet the Principal/ Vice Principal/Section Head.

c) If this continues, for more that 3 times in a particular subject, the Principal shall inform the parent in writing and a copy of he same will be filed in the student’s file.
In such cases the student may face school sanctions as determined by the authorities, which could include supervised study post school hours and being barred from club and co-curricular activities.

TRAVEL CONCESSION
i) Requests on plain paper in case of railway concession, and/or printed forms (available from airline office) in the case of air concessions, must reach the Principal’s Secretary’s office at least TWO WEEKS before the school closes for vacations.

ii) It is not possible to issue concession vouchers if applications are not received on time.

iii) Railway concessions are available for journeys between Calcutta and home towns only.

WITHDRAWAL
Application for Transfer Certificate must be signed by both parents (where applicable)

NOTE : The Principal guided by the common code of justice and fair play, may exercise his discretionary powers for changing any of the conditions mentioned above, in exceptional cases.