• Examination Schedule: The academic year April to March which is divided into three main examinations Unit I , Unit II & Annual Examinations in February.

  • Eligibility to Sit for Exams: Students must have a minimum attendance percentage of 75 to 80 percent, to be eligible to appear for the examinations.

  • Promotion Criteria: Promotion to the next class is subject to satisfactory performance in both the Half-Yearly and Annual Examinations, as well as regular attendance.

  • Question Paper Pattern: Examination question papers are designed to assess a student’s understanding, application, and analytical skills in line with the syllabus taught.

  • Duration and Timing: Each examination paper has a predetermined time limit, and students are required to adhere to the specified start and finish time.

  • Conduct During Exams: Students must maintain a conducive examination environment by refraining from any form of cheating, talking, or disruptive behaviour.

  • Use of Stationery: Only authorized stationery, as specified by the school, is allowed during examinations. Sharing stationery or using unauthorized materials is strictly prohibited.

  • Late Entry: Students arriving late for an examination may not be granted extra time to compensate for their delay.

  • Cell Phones and Electronic Devices: Cell phones and electronic devices are strictly prohibited in the examination hall. They must be deposited outside the examination hall.

  • Uniform: Students are expected to adhere to the school’s dress code while appearing for examinations.

  • Misconduct: Any form of malpractice, including cheating, copying, or engaging in dishonest behaviour during exams, will result in disciplinary action.

  • Results: Examination results are compiled based on students’ performance in both written and practical assessments.

  • Grading and Assessment: The school follows a predetermined grading system for evaluating students’ performance. Marks, grades, and feedback will be provided to students upon declaration of the result.

Note : These examination rules are designed to ensure a fair and transparent assessment process and to promote a focused and disciplined approach to studies. Students are encouraged to understand and adhere to these rules to maintain the integrity of the examination system at Nava Nalanda Public School.

Transfer Certificate

  • Application for Transfer Certificate: Parents or legal guardians must submit a written application to the school administration requesting a Transfer Certificate (T.C.) for their ward.
  • Clearance of Dues: All outstanding dues, for the academic year including school fees, Session fees, library fines, bus fees and any other pending payments, must be cleared before a Transfer Certificate is issued.
  • Submission of Required Documents: The application for a T.C. should be accompanied by any necessary documents, as specified by the school, such as a copy of the birth certificate, academic records, and other relevant certificates.
  • Notice Period:
  • Issuance of T.C.: Once all formalities are completed, the school will issue the Transfer Certificate within a month.
  • Return of School Property: Students must return all school property, including textbooks, library books, and any borrowed equipment, before a T.C. is issued.
  • No Objection Certificate (NOC): In some cases, an NOC may be required from both the guardians/ legal guardian, indicating that there are no objections to the student’s transfer to another institution.
  • Validity: The Transfer Certificate issued by the school is valid only for the purpose of seeking admission in another school or educational institution.
  • Endorsement of Records: The T.C. will usually include information about the student’s academic performance, and conduct during their time at Nava Nalanda Public School.
  • Cancellation of T.C.: In the event that a student decides not to join the new institution and wishes to return to Nava Nalanda Public School, the issued T.C. may be cancelled upon formal request and review within a month.
  • Parent’s Signature: The parent or legal guardian’s signature on the application form acknowledges their agreement to the issuance of the Transfer Certificate and their understanding of the school’s policies.

Note : These Transfer Certificate rules are established to ensure a smooth and transparent process for students who are transferring to another institution while maintaining the integrity of student records and school property. Parents are encouraged to familiarize themselves with these rules before applying for a Transfer Certificate from Nava Nalanda Public School.