Students of F.Y.J.C. (Arts and Science) will not be promoted to S.Y.J.C. unless they fulfil the following conditions:
- Attend at least 75% of the lectures, practicals and tutorials in each term. If they do not fulfil this requirement, they will not be allowed to attempt the XI final exam.
- Get their journals (in whichever subject Practicals are held) certified by the concerned teacher.
- Secure a minimum of 35 % on the average marks of the 1st and 2nd Exams together with the Unit Tests in each subject.
- Students who cannot attempt the 1st or 2nd term exams on medical grounds or for genuine reasons which have been accepted by the Principal / Vice-Principal, will have to appear for the Supplementary Exams.
- The date and timings of the Supplementary Exams will be announced on the Junior College Notice Board.
- No Supplementary Exams will be held for Std. XII Students.
- No Supplementary Unit Tests will be held for St XI Students.
Students of S.Y.J.C. (Arts and Science) will not be granted terms unless they fulfil the following conditions:
- Attend at least 75 % of the lectures, practicals and tutorials in each term.
- Ensure that their journals are (in whichever subject Practicals are held) certified by the concerned teacher.
- Submit their EVE projects within the schedule announced by the concerned teacher, or else they will be marked zero. Subsequently, such students will be detained in the same class.
- Make sure that their performance at the two terminal examinations are satisfactorily handled.
Absence for Medical or other Valid Reasons:
- No student is allowed to remain absent from lectures, practicals, unit test or terminal examinations without the explicit permission of the Principal (through the Vice Principal). If a student is absent without such a permission, disciplinary action (including denial of Terms) will be initiated by the College.
- Absence from any College Test / Examination must be justified in writing and in case of illness, by a Medical Certificate. These letters and Medical Certificates, accompanied by a covering letter from the Parent / Guardian of the student, must be submitted to the Vice-Principal by the last day of the Examination / Test. Letters and Certificates to explain absence from Examinations / Tests must be submitted separately from those intended to explain absence from lectures / practicals.
- Although illness or other serious circumstances may be considered valid reasons for absence from lectures, practicals, examinations, et al, the College may not have sufficient evidence of academic progress to grant the student terms for the year. The student would then have to repeat the course of studies in the following academic year.