wef 30/04/2013 :-
Morning assembly will commence at 6:25 am. Dismissal will be at 12:05 pm.
WEF from 30/04/2013 the Time-Tabfor classes is as follows:-
6.25 am Assembly
6.40 to 7.20am 1st Period
7.20 to 7.25am '0' Period
7.25 to 8.05am 2nd Period
8.05 to 8.45am 3rd Period
8.45 to 9.25am 4th Period
9.25 to 9.45am BREAK
9.45 to 10.20am 5th Period
10.20 to 10.55am 6th Period
10.55 to 11.30am 7th Period
11.30 to 12.05pm 8th Period
RE: PAYMENT OF FEES AT THE SCHOOL COUNTER
The school fee counter will function only from 1st to 5th and 16th to 20th of every month, besides, it will also function on Mondays
and Thursdays of every week . Fee collections will not be done on any other days at the school counter.
From 2013, single entrance test for IITs and NITs - Marks in Class XII Board examination will count
The joint entrance examination (JEE) for admission to the undergraduate engineering programmes will be held from the next academic year, with the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) managing a separate merit list for those aspiring to join them. The examination will also consider the marks obtained in Class XII Board examinations.
The entire process will consists of two exams - main and advanced - to be held on separate days. While the main exam will be conducted by the CBSE, the advanced exam that is likely to take place about a month after the main exam will be conducted by the IITs. The top 1.5 lakh students from the main exam merit list can take the advanced entrance exam. To be eligible for the IIT merit list the score of the advanced test as well as the condition that the aspirant is in the top 20 percentile of his/her board will be taken into account. The marks scored in the examinations of the Class XII Board or equivalent stream, normalised on a percentile basis, plus the marks obtained in the JEE-main test, with equal weightage, will be used by the IITs. Only a fixed number of candidates (five times the number of seats for admission in the IIT system or a pre-fixed cut-off) screened on the basis of merit, based on cumulative score, will be considered. The ranking for examination to undergraduate programmes in the IITs will be based on the performance in the JEE-advanced examination from among the candidates screened through this process.
For the other Centrally Funded Technical Institutions (CFTIs), there would be 40 per cent weightage for performance in Class XII, 30 per cent for JEE-main and 30 per cent for the JEE-advanced test and a combined merit decided accordingly. The JEE main test shall be a multiple choice objective-type paper, whereas the nature of the JEE advanced test will be determined by the JAB, which will also have complete control over academic matters. The Central Board of Secondary Education will give administrative support for the conduct of the examination.
According to the informal proposal, a student will have to be among the top 20 percentile holders of his/her respective board to be eligible for admission into IITs. Nearly 50,000 students would be selected in the first filter of the JEE-Main depending on their scores and on condition that they are among the top 20 percentile holders of their respective boards.Top 20 per cent students of each state board and advanced exam marks will be qualifying standard for preparing IIT merit list. To get admission into IITs, it's important that students score enough to be in top 20 per cent of their board (state, ICSE or CBSE) and also score well in main exam.
The percentile score of a student would be obtained by dividing the number of students below him or her with the number who appeared for the test, and then multiplying the ratio by 100.