Attendance and Absence from School
It is compulsory for all students to attend the general assembly in the morning.
The school gates will be closed five minutes after the school starts and students
who come late will not be allowed to attend the school.
No child can leave the school premises during school hours except with the
permission of the Principal, which will be granted only on receipt of an
application duly signed by the parent and/or authorised person in the record of
It is compulsory for students to attend school on the first and the last day of the
term or the vacation, failing which his/her name is liable to be struck-off the
rolls (Parents to make a note of it).
A minimum of 75% attendance is compulsory for all students to appear in the
final examination to be held at the end of the academic year.
No leave of absence is granted except on receiving an application from the
parents and/or duly authorised guardian and/or responsible person as per
school record for plausible reasons only.
Repeated absence without sanctioned leave or unexplained absence for more
than seven consecutive days, will make the student liable to have his / her
name struck off rolls. Re-admission may be granted at the discretion of the
Principal on payment of prescribed re-admission fee and/or fine if any.
Each student is required to attend the school on the opening day after each
vacation, failing which his / her name is liable to be struck off the rolls and in
that case he/she will be allowed re-admission at the sole discretion of the
Principal, on receipt of the application from the parents explaining the reasons
for such default.
He/She will be liable to pay fine @ Rs. 100/- Per day plus readmission fee.
Those absenting on other school working days without advance leave
application will be fined @ Rs. 25/- Per day.
A Student returning to school after suffering from an infectious or contagious
disease or any sickness must produce a doctor’s fitness certificate, permitting
him/her to attend the school.
Tests and interviews
1. There will be no test or interview for the child seeking admission to PreSchool and Pre-Primary classes.
2. All the candidates seeking admission to other classes will be required to
undergo written tests. On the basis of the written tests, the applicant along
with parents may be called for an interaction. Seats will be offered
according to the number of vacancies, purely at the discretion of the
3. For admission to Class I and above (Upto VIII), written tests will be
conducted for English, Hindi, Urdu and Maths according to the
prescribed school syllabus.
A student can be asked to leave the school, on any one of the following
grounds. In such cases, the decision of the Principal will be final and binding
on the concerned student and the parent.
(a) Unsatisfactory progress in studies inspite of giving several warnings to the
student and the parent.
(b) Recurrent Indiscipline.
(c) Behavioural problems detrimental to class / school’s atmosphere.
(d) Detention in the same class for two consecutive years.
(e) Being overage for any class.
(f) Non-payment of fees as per given schedule.
(g) Breach of moral code of conduct considered serious by the school.
(h) Non-serious attitude and display of persistent negligence of school
programmes, regulations and work ethics by the student.
(i) Non-co-operation of parents in the welfare of the child, including their
non-attendance in Parent-Teacher Meetings.
(j) Any other matter considered serious and offensive by the School
Norms for promotion
Children will be assessed on the basis of their performance in the tests, class
and the home assignments. At the end of every term, examination will be
conducted. The final assessment will be based on the overall performance in
the unit tests and terminal examinations.
Promotion will be granted on the basis of the final overall assessment. A
student who fails twice in the same class will not be permitted to continue
his/her studies in the School.
1. Students securing at least 33% marks in each subject will be declared as
2. (a) Astudent failing in one subject and securing at least 25% in the failed
subject with an aggregate of 35% marks will be promoted to the next
(b) Astudent failing in two subjects and securing at least 28% in the failed
subjects with an aggregate of 33% will be promoted to the next class.
3. There is no provision for re-exam.
The school has succeeded in developing active communication with parents
through regular Parent-Teacher Meetings. Such meetings are generally held
on Saturdays, both before the terminal exams and after the terminal exams.
These meetings provide an occasion for a meaningful interaction between
parents and the teachers to discuss the progress of the child. A mutual and
frank exchange of ideas between the parents and the teacher takes place and
both together, try to formulate a common plan to help the child overall development.
Generally, most of the parents visit the school on Parent-Teacher Meeting Day.
A serious view is taken of the absence of the parent / guardian from these
meetings. Habitual avoidance of these meetings may become a cause of
striking off the name of the child from the school rolls.
The school emphasises on inculcating and maintaining good discipline. The
following guidelines must be followed, in principle by all students :
(a) The students should always carry their school Identity Card & Bus Route
(b) It is expected from all the students to reach school at least 10 minutes
before the school timings in the morning.
(c) No student can leave the school premises during the school hours without
the permission of the Principal, which will be granted only on receipt of
an application duly signed by the parent, specifying a valid reason.
(d) Students should always carry their school almanac with them, and
produce it whenever asked to do so.
Parents are expected to ensure that their ward is in proper, clean and ironed
NOTE : It is obligatory for the students to wear school uniform on P.T.Ms when
accompanying their parents.
Some significant features
School Family System (School as a Family)
The school has introduced “School Family System,” according to which each
teacher is made a guardian of a specified number of students. The student will
remain under the guidance of the guardian teacher throughout his/her
continuation in the school. The concerned teacher would look after the
academic, emotional, physical and mental development of the children.
Thus, each student of the school will be in close contact with the teacher and
will get extra care throughout the academic year.
One of the notable features of the school is the regular faculty meetings of
various subjects. Teachers of each faculty get together with their HODs to
discuss points arising out of the work of the previous week, new trends in
education, problems of behaviour and education of children and to prepare
records of pupils.
These meetings of subject-teachers aim at reviewing
the work done and to coordinate the content coverage, standard and the assignments given in different
classes, both horizontally as well as vertically.
Workshops for teachers conducted by experts for in-service training and
refresher courses are regular features. Faculty meetings are continuous,
intangible inputs which contribute towards the professional growth of
School Timing (unless informed otherwise)
Monday to Saturday
Summer 7.30 a.m to 1.30 p.m
Winter 9.00 a.m to 3.00 p.m
Friday : Half day up to 12.00 noon
Office Hours : 9:00 am to 4:00 pm