Admission Procedure for Mar Thoma Higher Secondary School

Admission Test

  • Nursery and K.G. = Parents Interview along with the child
  • K.G. II and Class I = English, Hindi and Maths
  • Class II to Class V = English, Maths
  • Class V to X = English, Maths & Science
  • Class XI = English, Maths/Bio./Commerce
Selection and admission for Class XI

After the secondary school (Class X} Examination, students are being provided with the following subjects and combinations by our school according to the CBSE:

  • Mathematics Stream: English, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science / Physical Education /Hindi
  • Biology Stream: English, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science / Physical Education / Hindi
  • Commerce Stream : English, Business Studies, Accountancy, Economics / Entrepreneurship, Hindi / Maths / Computer Science / Physical Education
Selection and admission will be on the basis of the following criteria:

  • A list of meritorious students will be prepared by the school considering the Internal Assessment and the Board Result of Class X.
  • In order of merit, students and their parents will be counselled by a panel of competent teachers.
  • A student will be given his chosen subject on the basis of his performance and availability of seats.
Admission General Rules and Regulations
  • Admission to the class I is primarily reserved for our own students. However students of parents coming on transfer and other genuine cases are eligible for seeking admission in class I onwards provided there is vacancy.
  • Application for admission shall be made on the prescribed forms which is available from the school office.
  • Child should have completed 2.5 years of age on 1st of July of the year of admission in Nursery. Admission age for other classes may be counted accordingly.
  • Admission test and interview will be conducted and admission will be given on merit basis.
  • Oral test is conducted for Nursery and K.G. L But from K.G. II onwards, written test and interview will be the criteria.
  • For primary classes applicants shall be examined in English and Mathematics.
  • For classes VI onwards applicants should under go tests in English, Mathematics & Science.
  • The selection list will be published within three days.
  • The selected students should produce true copy of the mark sheet of examination attended and the transfer certificate (duly counter signed) in original.
  • Those who are seeking admission from Nursery to class I for the first time require to produce an official birth certificate of the respective Panchayat or Municipality to verify the date of birth.
  • For any questions or doubts regarding the admission, the decision of the Governing body will be final and binding


Scholastic & Co-Scholastic Regulations
  • As per Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) introduced by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Students will be assessed on the basis of their scholastic and co-scholastic aspects.
  • Evaluation of scholastic aspects will include four formative assessments and two summative assessments.
  • Formative assessments will be on the basis of subject knowledge and performance of the students in the class. They are not restricted to paper pencil tests.
  • Promotion of the students will be based on their day-to-day work throughout the year and also on their performance in the summative assessments.
  • Co-scholastic aspects involve development of the personality of the students such as Life skills, Attitudes and Values, Participation and Achievement in Co-curricular activities as well as Health and Physical Education.
  • Attendance in all assessments is compulsory and no retest will be conducted except on medical ground for the absentees.
  • The results declared at the end of the year are final and will not be reconsidered.
  • In 1st & 2nd summative assessment result, answer sheet will be shown to the students / parents as in the case of FA Exams.
  • Parents or Guardians should check and sign all the test and examination reports and return to the class teacher within three days.
  • Those who fail in two subjects can appear for supplementary examination by paying Rs. 50/- per subject.
  • The passing percentile will be as per the rules of CBSE.
  • Wherever the practical exam marks is applicable the student has to pass theory and practical exam separately.
  • In case, a child misses a test / examination, it will be marked as absent in the report card. The average of the actual marks obtained in test /exams attended, will be considered while calculating the final result.
  • No division and rank shall be awarded to the student appearing in the supplementary examinations. For promotion 75% attendance is compulsory.
  • Repeated absence without permission or unexplained absence for more than 10 consecutive days renders the students liable to have his / her name struck off roll. Re-admission may be granted at the discretion of the Principal on payment of readmission fee of Rs. 500/-.