Promotion
  • (i) In Class 6,7 and 8 promotion will be withheld if a student fails to secure a 40% aggregate in the unit tests and terminal examinations in English or two or more of the following subject – combinations:

    (a) Hindi
    (b) Mathematics
    (c) History/Civics/Geography
    (d) Science, (Physics/Chemistry/Biology)

    (ii) For class 9 and 10 the pass mark for each subject is 35% Promotion will be awarded to boys who attain the pass standard in at least five subjects which must include the subject English.

  • Boys who fail to secure promotion in two consecutive years must be withdrawn from the College.
  • Boys who have failed to secure promotion only once but whose academic performance is far below a minimal standard of achievement, as determined by the principal, shall be withdrawn from the College if, in his opinion.

    (i) Repeating the same class would be of little or no academic benefit to them and
    (ii) Their prospects of success at the end of a second year in the same class would be unlikely.
    (iii) They are overage for the class.

  • A boy who has failed to secure promotion only once and, despite the evidence to the contrary of the official age recorded on his behalf, is far too big and far too mature for the class in which he has failed, or for the new and oncoming class which. In normal circumstances, he would join, shall not be allowed to repeat the class in which he has failed and must be withdrawn from the College.
  • Any boy who is found to resort to unfair means during any examination or test, or on whose person or desk any unlawful material is discovered, shall be severely disciplined even to the extent of being excluded from membership of the student – body of the College.
  • Should parents wish to withdraw a boy who has failed to secure promotion a request from them that the phrase Promotion Granted be recorded on his Transfer Certificate shall not be entertained.