Admission to the LKG class of the succeeding Academic year is given in December of the previous year. Application forms and prospectus are issued from the school office in November of the previous year.
The Principal reserves the right to reject any application without assigning any reason.
The minimum age for admission to LKG class is 3½ and to standard 1 is 5½ years on the first of June of the year of study. The age limit varies correspondingly for admission to other standards. Relaxation to age limit will not be granted.
Admission to all classes other than LKG is strictly restricted to the number of vacancies arising in each class every year. Separate application forms will be issued for such admissions and a selection test will be conducted on a date announced at the end of every Academic year.
Students seeking admission from other States or Countries should produce Transfer Certificates counter signed by competent educational Authorities/Embassies of the countries concerned.
Advance application signed by the parent or guardian is requested for withdrawing a student from the school.
If a pupil is admitted to or withdrawn from the school in the middle of a Term, tution fee for the whole term should be paid.
Transfer certificate will be issued only after all dues are cleared and all the books borrowed from the library are returned.
The Principal may ask a parent/guardian to withdraw a child, if the child does not comply with the discipline of the school or is incapable of coping up with the curriculam.
Promotion to a higher class is based on a student’s performance in the various examinations conducted during the year. Details are given in the progress reports.
Results are published at the end of every academic year and are final in all cases. Requests for review of the results will not be entertained. Results will be withheld if fees are not paid for all the 12 months of the year.
The promotion list will be put on the school notice board. Results will not be communicated to the parents or students by any other means.
Students who fail to score 40% average in each subject will be detained.
A student who fail twice in the same class will not be permitted to continue studies in the School.
There is no provision for re-examination.
A student without 80% attendance during the academic year is liable to be detained.