1. Strict vigilance will be kept over the students concerning the observance of the rules of discipline and behaviour. If after warning, no sign of improvement is found and having informed the Parents/Guardians, no response is received, a Transfer Certificate will be issued without further delay.
  2. Every student is expected to subscribe towards local charities and other relief efforts if authorized by the Principal and Manager. But, Students are also forbidden :-
    a) to raise subscription
    b) to sell raffle tickets
    c) to give gifts to members of the staff
    d) to organize any picnic or tournament in the school without the permission of the Principal.
  3. No books, Magazines or Newspapers may be brought in the school premises without the permission of the Principal. Postal letter addressed to the students in the school are subject to scrutiny by the Principal.
  4. Wearing of ring or any jewellery is forbidden.
  5. Students must look after their own things; the institution cannot hold itself responsible for books, money or other articles that get lost in the school premises or out of it. They should bear the mark of the owner for easy identification.
  6. Any kind of damage done in the school premises to furniture, library books, lab apparatus, etc. due to misconduct of students shall be recovered from his/her parents/guardians together with additional penalty.
  7. During the change of period class room silence and order should be maintained. The Monitor will be especially responsible for silent moving of pupils from one room to another.
  8. Running, playing and shouting in the school are bad manner and never allowed; and those found engaged in them are liable for punishment.
  9. The School Management shall not be liable for any damages /charge on account of injuries fatal or otherwise, which may be sustained by the students any time during his/her stay in school, while taking part in sports and in extra-curricular or any other form of activities of the school, within or outside the school premises. All expenses that may be incurred in the treatment of such injuries shall be borne by the parents/guardians as per
    rules of the school.
  10. That in consideration of the students being admitted by the parents; they agree with the School Management that the student will attend the school for the purpose of education at the request of the parents/guardians.
  11. Parents agree with the School Management that the students will attend the school regularly and will observe and comply with the rules and regulations.
  12. Catholic students are expected to practice monthly Sacrament of Reconciliation / Confession and participate in the Holy Eucharistic Celebration. While the Catholic students go for their religious actions,other students must attend value education classes being conducted by the school.
  13. All the students are answerable to the Principal for their conduct outside the school.
  14. It is expressly forbidden to purchase foods or drinks from unauthorized dealers near the school premises. Students are forbidden to bring plastic bottles, pouched items such as Kurkure, chips, etc. and also forbidden to bring toffees/sweets on the occasion of their birthdays.
  15. School is a plastic free zone. All should be particularly careful not to throw any papers, plastics, chocolate wrappers, bottles, etc, anywhere in the school premises except in the baskets or bins specially provided for this purpose.
  16. Smoking, chewing of pan, chewing gum, beetle nut or tobacco product,alcohol consumption, drug abuse, any form of verbal or written obscenity,etc. is strictly forbidden. Telling lies, fighting, bullying or ragging and use of un-parliamentary, foul language are strictly prohibited and punishable offences. If the students are found guilty of such offences, they will have to be withdrawn from the school at once.
  17. Students are to address their teachers and all members of the School Staff with due respect and politeness. Arrogance and challenging behaviour towards teaching or non-teaching staff is forbidden.
  18. Students are not allowed to bring two wheelers to school or drive a four wheeler to school. Electronic gadgets, cell phones, digital watches and diaries, toys, video games, PSRs, DVD, portable audio and video devices and any mass storage devices are forbidden in the school. If students are found guilty of this, it would mean confiscation of the unit, suspension for a period of one week and may lead to dismissal from the school.
  19. Two General Observation would amount to one General Remark which is a very serious breach of discipline, and hence, a deterrent to promotion or even dismissal from school. An observation would be given in case of a
    minor breach of discipline.
  20. No books, periodicals, newspapers or printed matter of an objectionable nature must be brought into the school.
  21. Wearing of low waist pants or growing long hair by boys is not permitted.


    • Promotion is based on whole year’s performance. The entire academic year is divided into two Terms for 100 marks each.
First Term April to September Unit Test – I & II and Term – I
Second Term October to March Unit Test – III & IV and Term – II
      • Scholastic Area: The assessment and examination for classes : VI to VII will comprise of two Terms, i.e. Term -I & II as explained below:

VII will comprise of two Terms, i.e. Term -I & II as explained below:

SUBJECT TERM – I (100 Marks) (1st Half of the Session) 20 marks Periodic Assessment  + 80 marks of Half Yearly Exam TERM – II (100 Marks) (2nd Half of the Session) 20 marks Periodic Assessment  + 80 marks of Yearly Exam
Language -1

Language -2

Language -3


S/ Science



PA 20 Marks Periodic Test
10 marks with syllabus covered till announcement of test dates by schoolNote Book Submission
5 marks at term endSubject Enrichment Activities
5 marks at term end
Half Yearly Exam
Written Exam
for 80 marks with syllabus covered till annouancement of Half Yearly exam dates by school
PA 20 Marks

Periodic Test
10 marks with syllabus covered till announcement of test dates by school

Note Book Submission
5 marks at term end

Subject Enrichment Activities
5 marks at term end

Yearly Exam
Written Exam
for 80 marks with syllabus covered as below:Class – VI: 10% of 1st Term covering significant topics + entire syllabus of 2nd TermClass – VII: 20% of 1st Term coveringsignificant topics + entire syllabus of 2nd TermClass – VIII: 30%  of 1st Term covering significant topics + entire syllabus of 2nd Term

Grading Scale for Scholastic Areas for Classes: I to VIII which will be awarded by the school.

Grading Scale for Scholastic Classes : I – VIII Grading Scale for Scholastic Class : IX
Marks Range Grade Status Marks Range Grade Status
91-100 A1  – 91-100 A1  –
81-90 A2  – 81-90 A2  –
71-80 B1  – 71-80 B1  –
61-70 B2  – 61-70 B2  –
51-60 C1  – 51-60 C1  –
41-50 C2  – 41-50 C2  
33-40 D  – 33-40 D  –
32 & below E Needs improvement 32 & below E Failed
        • Periodic Test : Periodic Written test will be conducted, restricted to three in each subject in an Academic Year. Average of the best two tests would be taken for final marks submission
        • Note book Submission : This will cover: * Regularity, * Assignment Completion, * Neatness & upkeep of notebook
      • Subject Enrichment Activities: These are subject-specific activities aimed at enhancing the understanding and skills of the students. These activities are to be carried out throughout the term, however, they should be evaluated at the term -end. These will cover:
        Language Speaking and listening Skills
        Science Practical Lab Work
        Mathematics Maths Lab Practical
        Social Science Map Work and Project Work
      • Co-Scholastic Activities(Classes : VI to VIII: For the holistic development of the students, co-curricular activities would be carried out by the teachers and will be grade on a 3- point grading scale (A =Outstanding, B=Very Good & C=Fair). The aspect of regularity, sincere participation, output and teamwork be the generic criteria for grading in the following co-scholastic activities.


Activity To be graded on a 3-point scale (A, B & C) in school Area and objective (as prescribed in the Scheme of Studies for Subject of Internal Assessment)
Work Education
Pre- Vocational Education
By the concerned Teacher Work Education is a distinct curricular area for students for participation in social, economic and welfare activities. Student gets as sense of community service and develops self-reliance. (for Pre-Vocational Education as per Scheme of studies).
Art Education By the concerned Teacher Art Education constitutes an important area of curricular activity for development of wholesome personality of the students. Students will select one or more forms of creative arts.
Health & Physical Education (Sports/ Martial Arts/ Yoga/ NCC, etc. By the Physical Education Teacher Health and Physical Activity, preferably sports will be given regular period. Students will be provided opportunities to get professionally trained in the area of their interest. Indigenous sports, yoga and NCC will be encouraged in the schools creating a sense of physical fitness, discipline, sportsmanship, patriotism, self  sacrifice and health care.
  • Discipline (Attendance, Sincerity, Behaviour, Values): Discipline significantly impacts career shaping and it helps to build character.significantly impacts career shaping and it helps to build character. Sincerity, good behaviours and values develop strength and foster unity and co-operation. Class teacher will be responsible for grading the students on a 3 point grading scale ( A, B & C).
  • Answer scripts of the 1st Terminal Examination (for Classes : I to VIII) and 1st & 2nd Terminal Examination (for Classes: IX to XII) will be shown to the students and parents only during Parents-Teachers meeting. Answer scripts of Final Exam will not be shown and the papers will be checked by the Principal only.
  • Surprise tests will be conducted at any time throughout the year. Hence, no one should go out of Port Blair during the school term.
  • A student who misses the Unit Test will not appear at later date. No students will be allowed to leave the school after answering the test on the pretext of illness or other reasons; else the test will not be valid.
  • Parents/guardians are requested not to send their children to school when
    they are ill or recovering illness.
  • A minimum attendance of 80% will be required for promotion.
  • In order to be promoted to a higher class, students should secure minimum 35% marks.
  • Students may not be permitted to appear to the Board Exams if they fail to secure at least 40% mark in the preliminary assessment.
  • The students may also be refused candidature for Board Exams, if they have not attended class for minimum 80% of the working days.
  • A student failing continuously for two years in the same class shall not be permitted to repeat the class and admission shall stand terminated.
  • Absence from the exams, except on medical or compassionate grounds and as approved by the School Authorities, will not be condoned.
  • Monthly tests would be conducted regularly every month and the test copies would be sent for the signature of the parents/guardians.
  • Besides the above, regular class test will include neatness of work and books, doing of daily lesson in class and at home, submission of work on time for correction, application to study and project work, etc.
  • The Examinees are not expected to indulge in any of the following acts:
    • Breach of any of the regulations of conduct at examinations or indiscipline in or outside examination room. A student guilty of disorderly conduct or responsible for causing any kind of disturbance in or near examination room is liable to be refused admission to subsequent papers.
    • Use of unfair means, even if discovered subsequently, will merit the cancellation of the particular paper and the student concerned will be given zero. A student who has recourse to pre-meditated cheating will be given Transfer Certificate at the end of the year.
  • No due clearance statement given in the Students’ Task Book has to be got signed from the respective departments before the Term-I.
  • In matters of promotion the decision of the Principal is final. Result will not be reconsidered.


  1. Parent-Teacher Association meetings will be held according to convenience with sufficient advance notice. Parents are requested to consider the meeting of vital importance and give them priority.
  2. Parent-Teacher meeting also would be arranged in the school after theTerminal Examinations. Parents will have to come to school on the particular day for signing the progress cards.


  1. Parents retain their rights and duties in the education of their children even though they delegate them in part to the school. The support and collaboration of parents is in all cases deemed indispensable for the success of the work of education carried out by the school.
  2. Parents’ Positive Cooperation with School Management is absolutely essential for the constructive growth and upbringing of their children.They are strongly exhorted to cooperate with the School Management:
    a) By urging their children / wards to be regular and punctual in attendance.
    b) By following up the reports which keep them informed of the diligence in studies and the behaviour of their children / wards.
    c) By occasionally meeting the Principal and reporting any case of idleness or indifference in behaviour, or to discuss ways and means to ascertain greater progress in their children. They are recommended to
    call at the office between 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
    d) By checking the school bags of their children/wards everyday and seeing that they enter daily in the school diary the lessons given; that their note books are signed on time.
    e) By motivating their children/wards to arrange their school bags at night before going to bed.
    f) By insisting on neatness and cleanliness in their persons, textbook,exercise book, etc.
  3. Parents are not to enter class room to meet the teachers during the teaching hours. They may do so out of class hours after having made an appointment, and with the permission of the Principal.
  4. Parents are to understand that they cannot dictate to the Principal or School Authorities but the Principal has the right to say on what condition they will admit or promote or detain students in the institution or even dismiss students from the school.
  5. Ordinarily communication with parents /guardians is made through the Students’ Task Book. Therefore, parents should check the Students’ Task Book and sign with the word “Checked”.
  6. No remarks once written in Students’ Task Book can be cancelled by anyone other than the Principal.
  7. Periodical report of conduct and other examination report sent to parents/guardians in the diary are to be duly signed and returned by the addressees.Failure to do so may put their children/wards to great inconvenience and render them liable to be sent back home at parent’s own risk.
  8. Admission into the school premises is at the sole discretion of the school authorities, who reserve to themselves the right to refuse admission to any one without assigning any reasons whatsoever.
  9. School campus is no smoking area on all day. Therefore, students and parents are strictly forbidden to come to the school chewing pan, tobacco,betel nuts or under the influence of alcohol or drugs. It is forbidden also to bring disposable bottles and plastic items to the school.
  10. Exemplary behaviour is expected from the students and parents in the school campus and outside the school campus.
  11. Though the school takes care of your wards/children while in the school,the school cannot be held responsible for any self inflicted or accidental mishap/injury and physical or otherwise.
  12. Parents who send their servants or auto rickshaw drivers to fetch their children/wards must instruct them properly on norms of discipline. They are not to disrupt the class when in the school premises, but to wait at the entrance gate.
  13. Parents/Guardian threatening the School Authority by various methods, by leveling malicious or false allegation or spreading rumours or giving false information which tends to bring disrepute to the school or its staff or spreading panic among them might result in issuing of Transfer Certificate to their wards/children from the school.
  14. All communication to the school related to Academic Matters should be addressed to the Principal,whereas, the Administrative Matters to be addressed to the Manager but through the Principal.