Counseling for admission in Class XI will be held on the dates given below. Candidates are required to come to school in proper school uniform along with their parents. Candidates should bring original and photocopy of their Mark Sheet and other testimonials.
Date Time Index Nos.
July 1, 2013 8.00 am -- 9.00 am T/5156/001-020
9.00 am -- 10.00 am T/5156/021-040
10.00 am -- 11.00 am T/5156/041-060
July 2, 2013 8.00 am -- 9.00 am T/5156/061-080
9.00 am -- 10.00 am T/5156/081-100
10.00 am -- 11.00 am T/5156/101-120
July 3, 2013 8.00 am -- 9.00 am T/5156/121-140
9.00 am -- 10.00 am T/5156/141-160
10.00 am -- 11.00 am T/5156/161-180
July 4, 2013 8.00 am -- 9.00 am T/5156/181-200
9.00 am -- 10.00 am T/5156/201-220
10.00 am -- 11.00 am T/5156/221-240
July 5, 2013 8.00 am -- 9.00 am T/5156/241-260
9.00 am -- 10.00 am T/5156/261-280
10.00 am -- 11.00 am T/5156/281-300
July 6, 2013 8.00 am -- 9.00 am T/5156/301-320
9.00 am -- 10.00 am T/5156/321-332
The ISC(XII) Mark Sheets and Pass Certificates will be distributed from the College Office from May 21 to 31, 2013, between 8:00 a.m and 12:00 noon. Students must bring their Admit Card to collect their documents.
Candidates who wish to apply for recheck to improve their subject grades can do so latest by May 31, 2013.
The Boys’ High School and College witnessed the battle of grey cells at a three-day ‘Brain Quest’, an Inter Class Quiz Competition, which concluded here on Friday. The competition was divided into three categories---Group A for classes 6 to 8, Group B for classes 9 and 10 and Group C for classes 11 and 12. The competition was inaugurated by the Principal, Mr. D. A. Luke.
The students of the Boys’ High School and College, under the stewardship of the Principal, Mr. David Luke gave a sterling performance in the ICSE (X) and ISC (XII) examination and kept the flag of the school flying high. The excellent results bear the testimony to the quality of education imparted in the school. In both the ICSE and ISC examination, the school has achieved 99 per cent results. The excellent results bear testimony to the high quality of education imparted at the school.
Nearly 1,000 students of Boys’ High School (BHS) and College up to the age of ten years from Preparatory to Class 4 were administered vaccines for the prevention of measles at the `Measles Catch Up Prevention Drive’ in a camp held in the Flynn Hall school premises. The parents played a proactive role as a result of which the drive received wide response.