PROMOTION POLICY I - V

The evaluation process should be such that it keeps the development profile of each and every child in a continuous manner. It focuses not only on learning subjects but also on the total personality development of the child. Information on the children is gathered by the teachers through observation in classrooms, activity rooms as well as outdoors, personal discussion, worksheets, oral work, clay, music, dance, physical training, etc. Routine kind of homework is deliberately avoided to reduce pressure on children and make schooling joyful. We at BBPS follow the following guidelines for Evaluation and Promotion:

1. Academics

(i) Grade 1-5 students will be evaluated and promoted on the basis of the Continuous Comprehensive Assessment done by their teachers. The teachers will help the students to improve their performance by identifying their learning difficulties at regular interval of time and also suggesting the remedial measures for enhancing the student's performance.
(ii) The students will be graded regularly and evaluation will be based on the following criteria-
a) Three formative assessments in Term I, II & III each. (classes I-IV)
b) Two formative assessments in Term I & Term II each and summative test. (class V)
c) Child's participation and performance in class activities, homework, project work;
group work, worksheets, class assessment, class response, reading and communicative skills, individual and group behaviour.
d) To be promoted to the next higher class a student must secure minimum C Grade in aggregate and individually in every subject.

2. Attendance

(i) 75% attendance is mandatory for promotion to the next higher class.
(ii) 15% attendance can be condoned off in case of Medical Emergency by the Principal only with proper MEDICAL CERTIFICATES.
(Iii) Cases of candidates with attendance less than 60% shall be considered by the Principal only in exceptional circumstances.

RETEST POLICY

CASE 1. Missed a test due to participation in the Inter-School Competitions (Sports/Co scholastic)
POLICY Eligible for Retest Exam in the concerned subject
CASE 2. Missed a test for being Medically Indisposed (e.g. illness, accident or fracture -minimum of 2 days leave)
a. Missed one unit test in any subject in a term, the Average marking will be done/taken into consideration.
b. Missed two UTs in the same subject in a term, to be marked ABSENT and awarded Zero.
NOTE The school policy stated at (a) and (b) is subject to submission of a medical certificate from a registered practitioner along with an application addressed to the Principal, on the same date of the Examination.
CASE 3. Missed a test due to immediate death in the family.
POLICY Eligible for Exam in the respective subject, subject to submission of application on the same day to the school. The school authority has the right to ascertain the facts in its own way to arrive at a conclusion for according the Mismuster Exam.
CASE 4 Missed a test due to marriage in the family, travelling outstation or any other personal reasons other than stated above.
POLICY There will be no Retest Examination. The Report Card will show the status of missed test as 'ABSENT'

PROMOTION POLICY FOR CLASSES VI, VII, VIII & IX

1. Attendance
(a) 75% attendance is mandatory for promotion to the next higher class.
(b) 15% shortage in attendance can be condoned on account of Medical grounds (To be validated with Medical Certificate)
(c) Case of a candidate with attendance less than 60% shall be put up to the Principal for condonation.
2. To be promoted to the next higher class a student must secure 33% marks in the aggregate and a minimum of 33% in each subject in Annual Examination and Internal Assessment as well.
3. A student scoring less than 33% (Annual Exam / Cumulative) in 03 or more subjects will be detained in the same class.
4. For Classes VI to IX, a student scoring less than 33% marks(Annual Exam/ Cumulative) in one or two subjects will be given Compartment.
5. A student appearing for Compartment Exam must score 33% marks in the Compartment Exam to be promoted to the next higher class failing which he/she will be placed in 'DETAINED CATEGORY'.

RETEST EXAMINATION POLICY CLASSES VI VIII

CASE 1 Missed a Periodic test due to participation in the Inter-School Competitions (Sports/Co-Scholastic)
POLICY Eligible for RETEST exam in the concerned subject.
CASE 2 Missed a Periodic test for being medically Indisposed (e.g. ill, accident or fracture- minimum of two days leave).
POLICY Eligible for Retest exam in the concerned subject.
NOTE The school policy stated above is subject to submission of an application the same day through school email and Medical Certificate from a registered practitioner on the day of joining
CASE 3 Missed a Periodic test due to death in the immediate family.
POLICY Eligible for RETEST exam in the respective subject. subject to submission of application through school email within a day to the school.
The school authority has the right to ascertain the facts in its own way to arrive at a conclusion for according the RETEST.(need to submit the death certificate)
CASE 4 Missed a test due to marriage in the family, travelling outstation or any other personal reasons other than stated above.
POLICY There will be no retest examination. Will be marked as 'ABSENT'.
CASE 5 New admission (VI to VIII) POLICY No Retest exam will be held for the new admission cases of Classes VI VIII.
CASE 6 If Annual exam is missed in any subject/s, eligible students to be tested along with the Compartment Cases.(Cases 1,2 and 3).
For Class IX it is mandatory to appear for the periodic tests and Final Examination as per CBSE rules.

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