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Criteria for Awards

For Classes VI to VIII: (Subject to minimum 75% of attendance)

Scholastic Areas

Grade A2 in Maths, Hindi, English, Science, Social Studies, Computers and 3rd Language.

Co-Scholastic Areas

The student must score a minimum Grade B in each: Work Experience, Art Education, Physical and Health Education, Life Skills, Attitudes and Co-Scholastic Activities.

Co-Scholastic Areas : XII

For Classes IX and X: (Subject to minimum 75% of attendance)

Scholastic Areas

Grade A2 and above in Maths, Science, Social Studies, Computers, English and 2nd Language.

Co-Scholastic Areas

The student must score a minimum Grade B in each: Work Experience, Art Education, Physical and Health Education, Life Skills, Attitudes and Co-Scholastic Activities.

For Classes XI and XII: (Subject to minimum 75% of attendance)

XI (Science Stream) 80% and above in 4 subjects;

75% in English and 80% aggregate

XI (Commerce and Humanities Stream) 75% and above in all subjects and 75% aggregate

A commendation certificate to be awarded to students who have shown 15% increase in their overall aggregate after the Half Yearly Exams.

Gown: Students receiving Scholar Badge for three consecutive years are given a gown (School Blazer) made to their size by the school. This is achieved for the first time by students passing out of Class VI.

Blue Blazer

Gold Medal at 6 years: is awarded to students who have been scholars for six years in succession. This is received for the first time by students passing out of Class IX. The gold medalist will also be awarded a Blue Blazer.
Silver Medal: is awarded to students who have been scholars for six years with a one year gap. This medal can be received for the first time by students passing out of Class X. The Silver medalist will be awarded a Blue Blazer also.
Gold Medal at 9 years: is awarded to students who have been scholars for nine years in succession. This prestigious award can be attained only by students who have passed Class XII provided they have secured 4 A1s in Board Exams.

Proficiency Awards:

Classes VI - X

A Marker Cup would be given to a student securing Grade A1 in all Scholastic Areas.


Class XII

Book Vouchers are given to students obtaining 5 A1s in AISSCE (Class XII Board)

Special Awards:

Principal’s Commendation Medal is awarded to :

Students securing highest in the 3 streams at the All India Senior School Certificate Examination (Class XII Board) Science: 90% minimum; Commerce: 85% minimum and Humanities 80% minimum.

Students getting the highest marks in school for each subject in AISSCE (Class XII Board) provided more than 10 students appeared for the exam.

  • Best Sportsman of the year is awarded Late Shri Prem Sehgal Marker Cup.
  • Best Sportswoman of the year is awarded Mr. Salman Khurshid Marker Cup.
  • N.D.A. Selection: Late 2nd Lt.I.K.Gupta Medal for highest marks in NDA Selection Test. (A medal will be awarded to the DPS student securing the highest marks in the NDA Khadakvasla Selection Test. DPS students joining the NDA should inform the school)
  • Ujjwal Iyer Marker Cup: for ‘All Rounder’ Class IX.
  • Banwari Lal Charitable Trust Marker Cup: for Topper in AISSCE (XII).
  • Regularity Attendance Certificate: is given to all students with 100% attendance for the Academic Session.
  • Certificate of Merit: The Board awards certificate of merit on the basis of outstanding performance and obtaining Grade A1 in all the subjects (excluding additional 6th subject) opted by the candidate in All India/Delhi Secondary School Examination. The Board awards certificate of merit in each subject to the top 0.1 % of the successful candidates in order to recognize their merit and outstanding performance at its Senior School Certificate Examinations.

Marker Cup: A Marker Cup is given to students of Class XI for getting the highest marks in a subject. Minimum percentage marks for getting a Marker Cup is 75% provided he/she passes in all subjects in each terminal report. Only one Marker Cup is awarded to a student.

Heads of Faculties must give their final approval.

Criteria

Academics:At least 80% marks aggregate in the current year; should have been a Scholar Badge Holder in the previous class.

Attendance: Should have at least 85% attendance.

Extra curricular activities: Should have participated in two or more activities (given below) at the Inter School Level and won a prize in at least any one (in that academic session or in that class only).

  • Dramatics
  • Music
  • Quiz
  • Debate
  • Art
  • Environment Related
  • Or any other of similar nature

Sports: Should be a member of the School Team in any one game.

Any special award/participation: The Class Rep to short list 5-6 students on the basis of the bio-data received from the class teacher which should be verified by the class teacher. The short listed students will face an interview before the selection committee and finally one student will be selected.

Marker Cups for Class XI

Shri Mohan Lal & Smt. Shanti Devi - Marker Cup for English Core.

Senior Marker Cup for Hindi

Shri Ram Swaroop - Marker Cup for Mathematics

Shri Krishna - Marker Cup for Physics

Shri Vipin Garg - Marker Cup for Chemistry

Dr. D. R. Sethi - Marker Cup for Biology

Shri Raghunath Das Kapur - Marker Cup for Computer Science

Shri Vivek Bhaskar - Marker Cup for Accountancy

Shri Amarnath Andley - Marker Cup for Economics

Mr. Bikramjit Nayyar - Marker Cup for History

Mr. K. L. Madan - Marker Cup for Political Science

Mr. Shafi Ahmed Qureshi - Marker Cup for Geography.

Malinda Topa - Marker Cup for Art

Shri Shankaran Nair - Marker Cup for Physical Education

Marker Cup for Multi-Media.

Marker Cup for Psychology.

Marker Cup for Business Studies

Marker Cup for Sociology

Note: For award of scholar badge to students coming from other core/ satellite schools of DPS, the following criteria will be followed:

For students from Classes IV-X, 91% and above aggregate or CGPA 9 and above and a scholar in their previous school (DPS).

For students of Class XI a minimum of 85% aggregate and a scholar in their previous school (DPS), provided relevant certificates and confirmation from the previous school that the child is declared a scholar (in the previous academic year) and not being given any award in their school are submitted by 10th July, 2014 or at the time of joining the school. (No such consideration will be applicable for students coming from schools other than DPS).

Any student who is otherwise qualified to receive an academic award will not be eligible to receive the award if he/she leaves DPS Mathura Road to join any other school; instead other deserving students in the ‘Merit List’ declared by the Class Rep will be considered. The policy of DPS Mathura Road will be followed. The school reserves the rights to modify the rules without prior notice.

Criteria for selection of All Rounder Students from each class

At least two best students from every section of a class are to be selected on the basis of the following criteria by the class teacher and bio-data of the students is to be submitted through the Class Reps and Class Co-ordinators to the Career Mistress.

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