Old Boys


For Classes VI to X Four Formative Assessments and two Summative Assessments are held every year.
From the academic session 2011-12 onwards, as the students should not be held back or expelled till completion of elementary education as per current policy, the students who have obtained Grade E1 or E2 in one or more subjects during the orientation period will be given special training and allowed to improve their performance in Summative Assessment - II through subsequent ONE ATTEMPT.

As there is no declaration of ‘Pass’ or ‘Fail’ ,cadets failing to qualify for promotion once during the ‘Orientation Period’ (i.e. classes VI, VII and VIII) are condoned by permitting the cadet to repeat the class in which he fails to qualify for promotion.  If a student fails to qualify for promotion after the ‘Orientation Period', he should be withdrawn.

Term Type of Assessment Percentage of Weightage in academic session Term-wise weightage Total
FIRST TERM (April-Sept) Formative Assessment-I 10% Formative Assessment 1+2=20

Formative =40% Summative =60% Total=100%

Formative Assessment-2 10%
Summative Assessment-I 30% Summative Assessment 1=30%
SECOND TERM (Oct-March) Formative Assessment-3 10% Formative Assessment 3+4=20%
Formative Assessment-4 10%
Summative Assessment-2 30% Summative Assessment 2=30%


In Class XI, two terminal examinations viz Term - I in September and Term - II examination in March will be conducted with weightage of 40% & 60% respectively for promotion.

Promotion standards for class XI to XII is based on a student securing a minimum of 33% in each subject and 33% in aggregate in the overall assessment.  In Science subject where practical examination is also held, a minimum of 33% in theory and 33% in theory plus practical would be mandatory. 



golden jubilee.jpg


: 2357488


Designed, Developed & Hosted by National Informatics Center, Kerala, Department of Information Technology, Government of India