Mother Teresa School

Study Patterns

Course of Studies and Examination

  • Course of studies includes Religious knowledge, moral science, English language, English literature, Hindi, Sanskrit, History of India, Geography, mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Geometry & Drawing, Economics, Structure of commerce, Principles of Accounts, Computer studies, Art education, Physical Training, Handicraft, Music & many curricular activities.
  • No pupil can opt for subjects which are normally not taught in the school or provided for in the approved subjects of studies.
  • The progress reports shall strictly be shown to the parents after the FAs & Sas and duly got signed in proof thereof.
  • Promotion will be based on the performance in FA1, FA2, FA3, FA4, SA1 & SA2.
  • Students who absents themselves from an examination for reasons, whatsoever, will not be re-examined.
  • a. Willful breach of any of the regulations or the conduct of the examination is punishable by expulsion from the examination hall and if need be, by cancelling the paper subsequently.
  • b. Candidates who are caught indulging in unfair means or found giving or obtaining or attempting to give or obtain through unfair methods or who otherwise are detected to have indulged in dishonest means, whatsoever, will be expelled from the examination hall forthwith and may be refused admission in remaining papers or could be expelled from the school as well.
  • a. Report cards could be withheld for nonpayment of school dues, non-submission of necessary documents etc.
  • b. Unless and until the report cards are collected by the students their names will not be appearing in the promotion list.
  • Absence from a subject of Exam precludes a student from being recognized in the order of merit in the examination.
  • A student will be considered for promotion only if he/ she obtains a minimum attendance of 75% of the total working days of the Year.
  • To be considered for promotion, a student has to obtain minimum pass marks prescribed in all major subjects of English, Hindi, Science, Math’s & social Studies.
  • The pupils of classes 1st to 5th must secure 45% marks for a pass and those of 6th to 9th must secure 40% marks for a pass.
  • Promotion once refused will not be reconsidered.
  • A student who fails shall forfeit his/ her right for any concessions in fees for the next year and may even be advised to leave the school; particularly it's so, if his/ her conduct has not been satisfactory in the school. If a student fails twice he/she will have to leave the institution invariably.
  • Games are compulsory for all the classes.
  • All kinds of fees are deposited by cheque in the school office between 09:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on all working days as per fee schedule.
  • The fees must be paid for all months during which the pupil's name has been carried on the register, even if the pupil has been absent during such months.
  • The fees for the term must be paid in full, even if the pupil leaves before the term is over. The School usually collects fees for 10 months in a Year.
  • The fees could also be paid in advance for the full term or the whole Year. In case of those who pays monthly, the fees of the current month must be paid strictly on or before the dates mentioned in the Fee Payment Schedule.
  • No reduction of fees is allowed merely of midsummer and winter holidays or other vacations of temporary absence.
  • The children whose school fee falls into arrears are liable to be debarred from taking the terminal tests and/ or attending school, unless the fees are paid in full. Neither the report cards nor transfer certificates will be issued, till all the arrears are settled to the satisfaction of the School.
  • While paying fees, please write the details of the ward behind the cheque leaf in the following format.
Name: Class: Section:-