The PLUS TWO Course is under the School System and as such the School Calendar as well as the daily school routine will be followed for all purposes.  In matters of conduct, discipline, attendance, uniform, academics, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities, the PLUS TWO students must follow the norms and conditions as listed in the School Diary.

PLUS TWO students are expected to exercise leadership befitting their senior status and be good examples to younger students in all activities of the school, within the school premises and outside the school as well.




To facilitate smooth preparation for various competitive entrance tests, the School has organized coaching classes in the school itself through Innova Research & Technologies, Bangalore, who are not only good but also reasonable in their charges.  For more details, contact Office.




Indian School Certificate Plus Two Course is a two-year Post-Secondary School Study through the medium of English leading to an examination conducted by the COUNCIL FOR ISC EXAMINATION, NEW DELHI. The course is recognized as the equivalent of the two-year Pre-University or the Inter-mediate College Course. 

The Course is designed to enable the students to study in India and abroad and also write various competitive examinations for admission into professional courses like engineering, medicine, dentistry, chartered accountancy, etc. 




Admission is open to girls and boys who have been awarded Pass Certificate in ICSE , CBSE and State Board. The provisional admission given to students of schools other than St. Vincent Pallotti will not be confirmed until the Transfer Certificate from the school last attended is produced and eligibility certificate is obtained from the council for students from Boards other than ICSE.            




The Syllabi in English and other elective subjects are prescribed separately for Class XI and Class XII.  Evaluation of performance of students in Class XI Examination is done internally by the School and that of Class XII by the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination.






Compulsory Subjects :  1. English             2. Physics           3. Chemistry              4. Value Education        5. SUPW (Socially Useful Productive Work and Community Service)

Optional Subjects (any one) :

Group I : Mathematics + [Optional : Biology / Computer Science / Electricity & Electronics]

Group II: Biology + [Optional : Psychology / Mathematics] 

Eligibility Criteria for Science Stream: Minimum 80% Total Aggregate and Minimum 85% in Maths and Science 




Compulsory Subjects :    1. English      2.  Economics      3. Commerce     4.  Accounts        5.  Value Education    6.  SUPW (Socially Useful Productive Work and Community Service)

Optional Subjects (any one) :  1. Business Studies         2. Psychology                 3.  Mathematics


Eligibility Criteria for Commerce Stream : Minimum 75% Total Aggregate



Compulsory Subjects : 1English      2.  History       3. Economics      4.  Sociology         5. Value Education      6.  SUPW (Socially Useful Productive Work and Community Service)

Optional Subjects (any one) :  1.  Business Studies       2. Psychology           


Eligibility Criteria for Commerce Stream : Minimum 75% Total Aggregate




In addition to the above, the following also applies to ISC Section students: 

  • Irregular attendance, insubordination, discourteous behaviour towards faculty members, inattentiveness, late coming, neglect of work, unbecoming language or conduct and obscenity of any kind, will render a student liable to temporary or permanent dismissal.
  • Students are expected to conduct themselves with dignity and maturity on and off  the campus. 
  • Students must strictly follow the decorum of public behaviour and avoid the use of abusive language and indecent manners in all their interactions while dealing with teaching/non-teaching staff.  Such repetitive conduct can result in suspension or expulsion. 
  • Though the School is not responsible for the conduct of its students outside the premises, it will take note of any serious misconduct of a student outside the campus. 
  • Stealing practical record books, notes, text books of fellow students will result in strict disciplinary action. 
  • Books, periodicals, papers, CDs, toys, etc. of an objectionable nature should not be brought into the campus.  Students bringing any of these are liable to be dismissed.
  • Students are not permitted to bring cell phones, MP3, video recorders, ipods, radios, camera, etc., to the campus.  If students are found with such gadgets, the same will be immediately confiscated.  Videography or clicking snaps in the classrooms is not permitted.
  • The campus must be kept neat and clean at all times.  Littering with sweet wrappers, plastic cups, tetra packs, waste paper, etc., defacing the walls or desks, damaging school property, etc., are considered as serious punishable offences.
  • Every class, under the guidance of the class representative, is responsible for the cleanliness of the room/rooms allotted.  
  • Student council members and class representatives need to have a clean record throughout the academic year.  They need to uphold the interests of the Institution at all times. 



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