The school has the academic policies of evaluating the performance of the students on the basis of the following grading system.
|Distinction||(85 and above)||Excellent|
|First division||(≥70 - <85)||Very good|
|Second division||(≥55 - <70)||Good|
|Third division||(≥40 - <55)||Satisfactory|
A) Distinction represents excellent progress and outstanding achievement. A student in this category appears to be functioning to full potential through acceptance of academic responsibility, has the ability to grasp and apply concepts, and to work independently. He/she possesses a positive and constructive attitude.
B) First Division implies above –average progress and achievement. A student in this category demonstrates a keen interest in all subjects and grasps the subject matter with minimum assistance. He/She has a cooperative attitude and is helpful towards others.
C) Second Division implies satisfactory or average progress and achievement .A student in this category does the assigned work in the time. He/she does not generally take an initiative to work on his /her own. This grade is obtained when a student shows an average level of interest in the subject matter, rarely participates in class discussions and does not put much effort in his/her work.
D) Third Division shows below-average progress and achievement. A student in this category habitually submits incomplete and shoddy work. He/she does not submit work on time. He/she has poor study habits and is either too aggressive or extremely passive .He/she requires frequent prodding by the teacher.
E) Fail indicates unsatisfactory work and a lack of progress. A student who falls in this category is much below the level of the class. He/she is a prospective failure unless he/she puts in a lot of hard work.
Category ‘D’ and ‘E’ clearly indicate unsatisfactory progress. Those who obtain these grades must try to better their performance. Otherwise they might be denied promotion.