1. Minimum attendance necessary to appear in the Annual Examination:
The minimum attendance necessary to appear in the Annual Examination is 75% of the total attendance of academic session. A child having attendance less than 75% will not be allowed to appear in the Annual Examination.
2. A student who fails to obtain at least 40 percent marks in the internal assessment will not be promoted to the next higher class irrespective of the marks which he/she may have obtained in the annual examination.
3. The final assessment of the pupil for promotion at the end of the academic year shall be based on his/her performance in the two Terminal Tests and the regular work done by the student throughout the year according to continuous comprehensive evaluation pattern introduced by the CBSE.
4. Primary Wing – The assessment pattern at the primary, middle and secondary level will be on the basis of the Continuous Comprehensive Assessment (CCE) pattern introduced by the CBSE.
The Assessment would encompass all areas of development ie academics based on concept and application, artistic skills and creativity, sports, values and attitudes.
The board has recommended a five pointer grade for the primary wing.
A +      Outstanding
B      Very Good
5. Class VI to Class X
The focus would be on identifying the talents of the young learner and empower him with positive inputs.
The CCE would spread over the whole session and facilitate holistic learning.
The academic performance of the child in Scholastic areas would be adjudged as follows:
A. Formative Grade = F1+F2+F3+F4 = Grade
B. Summative Grade = S1+S2 = Grade
Overall Grade = FA1 (10%) + FA2 (10%) + FA3 (10%) + FA4 (10%) + SA1 (20%) + SA2 (40%)
Two formative assessment tests of 40 marks each will be conducted in each term, April to September and October to March respectively.
One Summative Assessment will be held of 80 marks each in September and March respectively.
The Grades given would be as follows:
Scholastic and co-scholastic skills attitudes and values would be assessed to empower the child to identify his strengths. This would give an impetus to holistic learning.
The student has to score at least D Grade to be promoted to the next class. XI and XII will follow the traditional pattern.