CBSE Compulsory Information

8th September, 2020

Government of India

Ministry of Health & Family Welfare

Directorate General of Health Services

(EMR Division)

 

SOP for partial reopening of Schools for students of 9th to 12th classes on a voluntary basis, for taking

guidance from their teachers: In the context of COVID-19

 

1. Background

Government of India is following a phase-wise unlocking of activities. In days to come, this would also

involve partial resumption of activities in schools for students of classes 9th to 12th on a voluntary basis,

for taking guidance from their teachers. This would be allowed from 21st September 2020.

 

2. Scope

This SOP outlines various generic precautionary measures to be adopted in addition to specific measures

to be taken when schools are permitting students (for 9th to 12th class) in the specific context detailed at

para-1 above, to prevent spread of COVID-19. All States/UTs are expected to comply with the COVID-19

related guidelines issued by Ministry of Home Affairs and Ministry of Health & Family Welfare.

 

3. Generic Preventive Measures

The generic preventive measures include simple public health measures that are to be followed to reduce

the risk of COVID-19. These measures need to be observed by all (teachers, employees and students) in

these places at all times.

These include:

i. Physical distancing of at least 6 feet to be followed as far as feasible.

ii. Use of face covers/masks to be made mandatory.

iii. Frequent hand washing with soap (for at least 40-60 seconds) even when hands are not visibly dirty.

Use of alcohol-based hand sanitizers (for at least 20 seconds) can be done wherever feasible.

iv. Respiratory etiquettes to be strictly followed. This involves strict practice of covering one’s mouth

and nose while coughing/sneezing with a tissue/handkerchief/flexed elbow and disposing off used

tissues properly.

v. Self-monitoring of health by all and reporting any illness at the earliest.

vi. Spitting shall be strictly prohibited.

vii. Installation & use of Aarogya Setu App may be advised wherever feasible.

 

4. All schools (with classes IX to XII) shall specifically ensure the following arrangements

i. Online/distance learning shall continue to be permitted and shall be encouraged.

ii. Students of class 9th to 12th shall be permitted to visit their school on voluntary basis for taking

guidance from their teachers. This will be subject to written consent of their parents/guardians.

Such visits and teacher – student interaction must be organized in a staggered manner.

 

4.1 Before opening up of the school

a) Planning of reopening of school

i. School outside the containment zones only shall be allowed to open. Further, students,

teachers and employees living in containment zones will not be allowed to attend the school.

Students, teachers and employees shall also be advised not to visit areas falling within

containment zones.

ii. Prior to resumption of activities, all work areas intended for teaching/demonstrations etc.,

including laboratories, other common utility areas shall be sanitized with 1% sodium

hypochlorite solution, with particular attention to frequently touched surfaces.

iii. Schools that were used as quarantine centres will be properly sanitized and deep cleaned

before partial functioning is resumed. Guidelines issued by Ministry of Health & Family

Welfare for disinfection of common public places including offices may be referred to in this

regard)

(https://www.mohfw.gov.in/pdf/Guidelinesondisinfectionofcommonpublicplacesincludingo

ffices.pdf)

iv. The concerned teaching and non-teaching employees (up to 50 % of the strength) may be

called to schools for online teaching/tele-counselling and related work.

v. Students from class 9th to 12th will have the option of attending the classes remotely/virtually

or physically only on a voluntary basis for guidance from their teachers subject to written

permission of parent / guardian.

vi. Instead of biometric attendance alternate arrangements for contactless attendance shall be

made by the school administration.

vii. At all times, the teachers and students shall maintain a physical distancing of 6 feet apart,

wherever feasible. Scheduling of activities and seating plan shall be made accordingly.

viii. Ensure hand washing facilities along with provision of soap.

ix. For ensuring queue management, inside and outside the premises, specific markings on the

floor with a gap of 6 feet may be made. Similarly, physical distancing shall also be maintained

in staff rooms, office areas (including reception area), and other places (mess, libraries,

cafeterias, etc.)

x. Weather permitting, outdoor spaces may be utilized for conducting teacher student

interactions, keeping in view the safety and security of students and physical distancing

protocols.

xi. Assemblies, sports and events that can lead to overcrowding are strictly prohibited.

xii. The school should display State helpline numbers and also numbers of local health authorities

etc. to teachers /students / employees to contact in case of any emergency.

xiii. For air-conditioning/ventilation, the guidelines of CPWD shall be followed which emphasizes

that the temperature setting of all air conditioning devices should be in the range of 24-30o

C, relative humidity should be in the range of 40-70%, intake of fresh air should be as much

as possible and cross ventilation should be adequate.

xiv. Lockers of students will remain in use, as long as physical distancing and regular disinfection

is maintained.

xv. Gymnasiums shall follow MoHFW guidelines (available at:

https://www.mohfw.gov.in/pdf/Guidelinesonyogainstitutesandgymnasiums03082020.pdf).

xvi. Swimming Pool (wherever applicable) shall remain closed.

 

b) Planning and scheduling of activities

All employees who are at higher risk i.e. older employees, pregnant employees and employees who

have underlying medical conditions to take extra precautions. They should preferably not be exposed

to any front-line work requiring direct contact with the students.

iGOT online modules training course on ‘basic awareness on COVID’

(https://diksha.gov.in/igot/explore-course/course/do_313010389971255296164) may be undertaken

by all employee and students during online interactions or guidance sessions on the first day.

c) Availability and management of supplies

i. Appropriate back-up stock of personal protection items like face covers/masks, visors, hand sanitizers

etc. shall be made available by management to the teachers and employee.

ii. Provide an adequate supply of thermal guns, alcohol wipes or 1% sodium hypochlorite solutions and

disposable paper towels, soap, IEC materials on COVID.

iii. Pulse oximeter to check oxygen saturation levels of any symptomatic person must be arranged.

iv. Ensure availability of sufficient covered dustbins and trash cans

v. Provision for proper disposal of used personal protective items and general waste in accordance with

CPCB guidelines (available at: https://cpcb.nic.in/uploads/Projects/Bio-Medical-Waste/BMWGUIDELINES-

COVID_1.pdf)

vi. Housekeeping employee to be informed & trained about norms for waste management & disposal

 

4.2 After opening of the schools

a) At the entry point

i. Entrance to have mandatory hand hygiene (sanitizer dispenser) and thermal screening provisions.

Multiple gates/separate gates, if feasible, should be used for entry and exit.

ii. Only asymptomatic persons (teachers, employees and students) to be allowed in the premises. If

a teacher/employee/student is found to be symptomatic, he/she should be referred to nearest

health center.

iii. Posters/standees on preventive measures about COVID-19 to be displayed prominently.

iv. Proper crowd management in the parking lots, in corridors and in elevators – duly following

physical distancing norms shall be organized.

v. Entry of visitors should be strictly regulated/restricted.

 

b) Conduct of guidance activities in the rooms or open spaces within the school campus

i. Seating arrangement to ensure a distance of 6 feet between chairs, desks etc.

ii. Staggering of guidance activities to be done, with separate timing slots, to allow for adequate physical

distancing and disinfection of classroom premises

iii. The teaching faculty will ensure that they themselves and students wear masks throughout the

conduct of the teaching/guidance activities.

iv. Sharing of items like notebook, pens/pencil, eraser, water bottle etc. amongst students should not be

allowed.

 

c) Conduct of skill based training in workshops/laboratories

i. For practical activities in laboratories maximum capacity per session based on redesigned spaces,

may be planned and scheduled accordingly.

ii. Ensure that the equipments have been disinfected, particularly the frequently touched surfaces

before and after each use.

iii. Ensure a floor area of 4m2 per person is available for working on equipment/work station.

iv. Ensure that members sanitize their hands before and after using training equipment. For such

purpose hand sanitizer should be provided at workstations/simulation labs etc.

 

d) Activities in common areas – library, mess/canteen, common rooms, gymnasium etc.

i. Physical distancing of 6 feet needs to be maintained

ii. Persons using the common areas need to use mask/face cover all the time

iii. Cafeteria/mess facility, if any within the premises, shall remain closed.

 

e) Transportation to and from the institution

If transportation facility is being managed by the school, proper physical distancing, sanitization of

buses/other transport vehicles (with 1% sodium hypochlorite) shall be ensured.

 

5. Hygiene and Sanitation

i. Daily cleaning of the floors shall be taken up.

ii. Provision of soap in toilets and hand sanitizers in other common areas in sufficient quantity must

be ensured.

iii. Cleaning and regular disinfection (using 1% sodium hypochlorite) of frequently touched surfaces

(door knobs, elevator buttons, hand rails, chairs, benches, washroom fixtures, etc.) to be made

mandatory in all class rooms, laboratories, lockers, parking areas, other common areas etc. before

beginning of classes and at the end of the day.

iv. Teaching materials, computers, laptops, printers, shall be disinfected with 70% alcohol wipes.

v. Deep cleaning of all drinking and hand washing stations, washrooms and lavatories shall be

ensured.

vi. Students and employee should be advised to dispose of used face covers / masks in separate

covered bins placed in classrooms, work stations and other common areas. The same may remain

stored in the bins for 3 days and disposed of as dry general solid waste after cutting/shredding.

vii. Students should not be involved in any of the cleaning activities for health safety reasons.

 

6. Risk Communication

i. Create awareness to ensure the students do not gather when leaving the school and in their free

time.

ii. Sensitize students, parents, teachers and employees to create awareness on COVID appropriate

behavior, as detailed under generic measures above.

iii. If a student, teacher or employee is sick, they should not come to the school and follow necessary

protocols in this regard.

 

7. Psycho-social wellbeing

i. Ensure regular counselling is done for students and teachers reporting mental health issues such

as anxiety and depression.

ii. It is advisable that teachers, school counsellors and school health workers should work in unison

to ensure emotional safety of the students.

 

8. SOP to be followed in case a student/teacher/employee develops symptoms (fever, cough, difficulty in breathing)

i. Place the ill person in a room or area where they are isolated from others.

ii. Inform parents/guardians as the case may be.

iii. Patient will remain isolated while wearing a mask/face cover till such time they are examined by

a doctor.

iv. Immediately inform the nearest medical facility (hospital/clinic) or call the state or district

helpline.

v. A risk assessment shall be undertaken by the designated public health authority (district

RRT/treating physician) and accordingly further action be initiated regarding management of

case, their contacts and need for disinfection.

vi. Disinfection of the premises to be taken up if the person is found positive.

 

INFORMATION OF THE SCHOOL REQUIRED TO BE UPLOADED ON WEBSITE

 

BASIC DETAILS

04838--I S D S SR SEC SCH SECTOR 21-C CHANDIGARH
Dated : 14/11/2018
SCHOOL NAME I S D S SR SEC SCH SECTOR 21-C CHANDIGARH SCHOOL CODE 04838
ADDRESS I S DEV SAMAJ SENIOR SEC SCHOOL,SECTOR 21-C, AFFILIATION CODE 2630019
PRINCIPAL MRS LOVELEEN BEDI PRINCIPAL'S CONTACT NUMBER 9814314950
PRINCIPAL'S EMAIL ID bediloveleen@gmail.com PRINCIPAL'S RETIREMENT DATE 31/10/2021
SCHOOL'S CONTACT NUMBER 0172-2706601 SCHOOL'S EMAIL ID isdevsamaj21@gmail.com
SCHOOL'S WEBSITE www.isdevsamaj21.ac.in SCHOOL'S FAX NUMBER 2721034
LANDMARK NEAR SCHOOL Near Jogger Park YEAR OF ESTABLISHMENT 1958
AFFILIATION VALIDITY 1958 TO 2016 AFFILIATION STATUS REGULAR
NAME OF THE TRUST/SOCIETY/COMPANY REGISTERED WITH The Dev Samaj REGISTRATION DATE 14/06/1948
SOCIETY REGISTRATION NUMBER 4A of 1948-49 REGISTRATION VALIDITY PERMANENT REGISTRATION
NOC ISSUING AUTHORITY Municipal Corporation Chandigarh NOC ISSUING DATE 29/07/2008
NO OBJECTION CERTIFICATE VIEW NON PROPRIETY CHARACTER AFFIDAVIT/NON PROFIT COMPANY AFFIDAVIT VIEW

FACULTY DETAILS

04838--I S D S SR SEC SCH SECTOR 21-C CHANDIGARH
Dated : 14/11/2018
TOTAL NUMBER OF TEACHERS (ALL CLASSES) 50 NUMBER OF PGTs 20
NUMBER OF TGTs 13 NUMBER OF PRTs 14
NUMBER OF PETs 3 OTHER NON-TEACHING STAFF 32
NUMBER OF MANDATORY TRAINING QUALIFIED TEACHERS 0 NUMBER OF TRAININGS ATTENDED BY FACULTY SINCE LAST YEAR 10

STUDENT DETAILS

04838--I S D S SR SEC SCH SECTOR 21-C CHANDIGARH
Dated : 14/11/2018
CLASS TOTAL NUMBER OF SECTIONS TOTAL NUMBER OF INTAKE TOTAL NUMBER OF STUDENTS
1 2 53 99
2 2 14 97
3 2 11 90
4 2 9 103
5 2 12 102
6 2 14 104
7 2 13 102
8 2 11 99
9 3 61 140
10 3 2 114
11 5 270 254
12 5 6 204

ACADEMIC DETAILS

04838--I S D S SR SEC SCH SECTOR 21-C CHANDIGARH
Dated : 14/11/2018
SUBJECTS OFFERED FOR CLASS 10 SUBJECTS OFFERED FOR CLASS 12
004---PUNJABI
034---HIND.MUSIC VOCAL
035---HIND.MUSIC MEL.INS
041---MATHEMATICS
085---HINDI COURSE-B
086---SCIENCE
087---SOCIAL SCIENCE
101---ENGLISH COMM.
122---COMM. SANSKRIT
531---LITERARY AND CREATIVE SKILLS
532---SCIENCE SKILLS
541---SPORTS/INDIGENOUS SPORTS
542---NCC/NSS
547---FIRST AID
028---POLITICAL SCIENCE
076---NAT. CADET CORPS
083---COMPUTER SCIENCE
055---ACCOUNTANCY
027---HISTORY
034---HIND.MUSIC VOCAL
035---HIND.MUSIC MEL.INS
037---PSYCHOLOGY
039---SOCIOLOGY
043---CHEMISTRY
302---HINDI CORE
041---MATHEMATICS
030---ECONOMICS
104---PUNJABI
301---ENGLISH CORE
042---PHYSICS
054---BUSINESS STUDIES
044---BIOLOGY
048---PHYSICAL EDUCATION
101---ENGLISH ELECTIVE-C

INFRASTRUCTURE DETAILS

04838--I S D S SR SEC SCH SECTOR 21-C CHANDIGARH
Dated : 14/11/2018
TOTAL NUMBER OF SITES OF SCHOOL 1 TOTAL NUMBER OF BUILDING BLOCKS 4
TOTAL AREA OF SCHOOL IN SQUARE METRES 17053 TOTAL NUMBER OF PLAYGROUNDS 1
TOTAL AREA OF PLAYGROUND IN SQUARE METRES 7620 TOTAL NUMBER OF ROOMS 56
TOTAL NUMBER OF SMALL-SIZED ROOMS 7 TOTAL NUMBER OF MEDIUM-SIZED ROOMS 46
TOTAL NUMBER OF LARGE-SIZED ROOMS 1 TOTAL NUMBER OF MALE REST ROOM 0
TOTAL NUMBER OF FEMALE REST ROOM 2 NUMBER OF GIRLS' TOILET 4
NUMBER OF BOYS' TOILET 3 NUMBER OF TOILETS FOR DIFFERENTLY ABLED PERSONS 0
NUMBER OF WASHROOMS FOR FEMALE STAFF 2 NUMBER OF WASHROOMS FOR MALE STAFF 1
TOTAL NUMBER OF LIBRARIES 1 NUMBER OF LABORATORIES 4
TOTAL NUMBER OF STUDENT CANTEENS 1 TOTAL NUMBER OF STAFF CANTEENS 1
NUMBER OF WATER PURIFIERS/ROs 7 NUMBER OF AUDITORIUMS 0
NUMBER OF LIFTS/ELEVATORS 0 NUMBER OF DIGITAL CLASSROOMS 15
DOES THE SCHOOL HAS HOSTEL FACILITY NO DOES THE SCHOOL HAS GUARDS EMPLOYED FOR SAFETY YES
DOES THE SCHOOL HAS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS YES DOES THE SCHOOL HAS SPRINKLERS YES
DOES THE SCHOOL HAS CCTV CAMERAS INSTALLED? YES IS THE SCHOOL EXAMINATION CENTER OF CBSE? YES
TOTAL NUMBER OF COMPUTERS IN ALL COMPUTER LAB 38 DOES THE SCHOOL HAS WEB SERVERS YES
DOES THE SCHOOL HAS A BOUNDARY WALL? YES IS YOUR SCHOOL BARRIER FREE/ HAS RAMPS? YES
DOES THE SCHOOL HAS CLINIC FACILITY? YES DOES THE SCHOOL HAS A STRONG ROOM? NO
DOES THE SCHOOL HAS A GYMNASIUM? YES IS YOUR SCHOOL WI-FI ENABLED? NO
PROVISION OF WEB BASED LEARNING PROGRAMS? YES DOES THE SCHOOL HAS FIRE ALARMS? YES
DOES THE SCHOOL HAS SPORTS FACILITY? YES DOES THE SCHOOL HAS INDOOR GAMES FACILITY? NO
DOES THE SCHOOL HAS A SWIMMING POOL? NO DOES THE SCHOOL HAS DANCE/MUSIC FACILITY? YES
TOTAL NUMBER OF BUSES OWNED 0 TOTAL NUMBER OF BUSES HIRED 8
TOTAL NUMBER OF VANS/MATADORS 1 TOTAL NUMBER OF DRIVERS 10
NUMBER OF FEMALE ATTENDANTS FOR BUS DUTY 8 NUMBER OF ACTIVITY ROOMS 2
NAME OF TRANSPORT COORDINATOR Satnam Singh TRANSPORT COORDINATOR CONTACT 9417340518
BUILDING SAFETY CERTIFICATE VIEW TRANSPORT SAFETY CERTIFICATE VIEW

LOCATION DETAILS

04838--I S D S SR SEC SCH SECTOR 21-C CHANDIGARH
Dated : 14/11/2018
NEAREST NATIONALISED BANK Punjab National Bank DISTANCE OF BANK FROM SCHOOL IN KM 2
NEAREST BUS STATION Sector 17 DISTANCE OF BUS TERMINAL FROM SCHOOL IN KM 1
NEAREST RAILWAY STATION Chandigarh Railways Station DISTANCE OF RAILWAY STATION FROM SCHOOL IN KM 10
NEAREST AIRPORT Chandigarh International Airport DISTANCE OF AIRPORT FROM SCHOOL IN KM 8
NEAREST HOSPITAL Sector 32 DISTANCE OF HOSPITAL FROM SCHOOL IN KM 2
NEAREST POLICE STATION Sector 19 DISTANCE OF POLICE STATION FROM SCHOOL IN KM 3
NEAREST METRO STATION   DISTANCE OF METRO FROM SCHOOL IN KM  

OTHER VITAL INFORMATION

04838--I S D S SR SEC SCH SECTOR 21-C CHANDIGARH
Dated : 14/11/2018
10th BOARD PASS PERCENTAGE (2014/2015/2016) 96.9/91/98.3 12th BOARD PASS PERCENTAGE (2014/2015/2016) 94.15/92.39/95
NAME OF WELLNESS/ACTIVITY TEACHER YES NAME OF GRIEVANCE/COMPLAINT REDRESSAL OFFICER Mrs Vandana Bhardwaj
CONTACT NUMBER OF GRIEVANCE/COMPLAINT REDRESSAL OFFICER 01722706601 EMAIL ID OF GRIEVANCE/COMPLAINT REDRESSAL OFFICER isdevsamaj21@gmail.com
NAME OF HEAD OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT COMMITTEE Mrs Loveleen Bedi CONTACT NUMBER OF HEAD OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT COMMITTEE 01722706601
EMAIL ID OF HEAD OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT COMMITTEE isdevsamaj21@gmail.com NAME OF CONTACT PERSON IN CASE OF EMERGENCY Mrs Loveleen Bedi
CONTACT NUMBER OF CONTACT PERSON IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 9814314950 EMAIL ID OF CONTACT PERSON IN CASE OF EMERGENCY bediloveleen@gmail.com
TOTAL NUMBER OF DOCTORS IN SCHOOL CLINIC 0 TOTAL NUMBER OF NURSES IN SCHOOL CLINIC 0
TOTAL NUMBER OF BEDS IN SCHOOL CLINIC 1 LEVEL OF INVOLVEMENT OF SCHOOL IN CBSE ACTIVITIES ACTIVE
DO THE TEACHERS GET PROPER GRADE LIKE PGT/TGT AS PER THE CLASSES THEY ARE ENTITLED TO TEACH? YES DO THE TEACHERS AND STAFF GET THEIR SALARY WITHIN FIRST WEEK OF THE MONTH? YES
DOES THE SCHOOL HAS EPF FACILITY FOR STAFF YES EPF REGISTRATION NUMBER PBCHD0007651000
MODE OF SALARY PAYMENT bankpayment NAME OF BANK WITH SALARY ACCOUNT Punjab National Bank & ICICI Bank
ARE THE SCHOOL ACCOUNTS AUDITED REGULARLY? YES PARENT TEACHERS ASSOCIATION AS PER NORMS YES
ACADEMIC SESSION APRIL  TO  MARCH VACATION PERIOD JUNE  TO  JUNE
AUDITED BALANCE SHEET OF SCHOOL VIEW STAFF STATEMENT OF SCHOOL VIEW
INCOME AND EXPENDITURE STATEMENT VIEW ACADEMIC CALENDAR OF SCHOOL VIEW
BEST PRACTICES OF SCHOOL
The Digi Classes, different games & sports by trained coaches, the NSS & NCC unit, variety of Co-Scholastic activities, different singing and dancing, four houses, three different clubs in the school-Science Club, Eco Club & Health Club for students

FEE STRUCTURE OF SCHOOL

04838--I S D S SR SEC SCH SECTOR 21-C CHANDIGARH
Dated : 14/11/2018
CLASS ADMISSION FEE
(in Rupees)
TUITION FEE
(in Rupees)
YEARLY DEVELOPMENT CHARGES
(in Rupees)
ANNUAL/MONTHLY OTHER CHARGES FOR OTHER FACILITIES
(in Rupees)
PRIMARY 0 0 0 8210
MIDDLE 0 0 0 9120
SECONDARY 12 444 0 10920
SENIOR SECONDARY 25 600 0 16420

 

MISSION STATEMENT

 

By 2019, the school will inculcate COMMUNICATION SKILLS among the students for confidence building and improving the learning process.

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The School is Govt. Aided School and is recognised by Chandigarh Education Department. The Permanent Affiliation No. of School is 2630019 and School Code is 04838. "The Dev Samaj" Society is registered under Registration of Societies Act XXI of 1860 w.e.f. 14th June 1948-49.

NOTE

(a)    As per C.B.S.E. by-laws there is no upper limit to the number of subjects a student may offer but because of administrative constraints, school does not provide teaching facilities in more than five subjects.
(b)   In no case a student is allowed to change any subject in Class XII as per C.B.S.E. rules.
(c)    In class XI a student can change her/his subject before September with the approval of the principal.
(d)   No provision will be made for subject opted by less than 5 student.\
EXAMINATIONS AND TESTS:
Scheme of continuous and comprehensive evaluation (CCE) will be applicable form classes I to X as per circular issued by central Board of secondary Education, New Delhi (C.B.S.E).
CLASS I TO V
There will be continuous and comprehensive evaluation three times during an academic session.
Grading System will be followed as given below:
A* Outstanding       90%-100%
A     Excellent              75%-89%
B     Very Good          56%-74%
C     Good     35%-55%
O     Scope for improvement Below35%
CLASS VI TO VIII
CBSE guidelines are awaited.
CLASS IX TO X
There will be no class X board Examination w. e. f 2011 for student continuing their studies in C.B.S.C. Senior Secondary Schools.
For the purpose of CCE, an academic year has been divided into two terms. The first term will be from April-September and the Second term form October-March. CCE certificate will be issued to the student passing Class X, through evaluation of both, scholastic areas and co-scholastic areas, spread over two terms each during two academic years (Class IX and X). Each term will have two formative assessments and one summative assessment for evaluation of scholastic areas.
Formative assessment is for the continuous monitoring of student by means of quizzes, conversations, interviews, oral testing, visual testing, projects, practicals and assignments along with paper-pencil tests. Summative assessment is the terminal assessment of performance at the end of instruction (term) .
Grading system will be followed for the assessment of the student. Grades will be form A1 to E2 in descending order, student getting at least D grade in all subjects excluding additional subject will be awarded qualification certificate for promotion to next class. Student getting E, or E2 will have to improve in five attempts.
The weightage of formative assessment (FA) and summative assessment (SA) Shall be as follows:
In addition to the scholastic areas, Co-Scholastic areas like life skills, Attitudes & values, Participation & achievement in activities involving Literary & Creative skills, scientific skills, aesthetic skills and performing Arts & clubs, and health & physical Education will also be evaluated.
CLASS XI TO XII
Same system is applicable (as per C.B.S.E. pattern followed earlier)
Class XI         -              Internal Examination.
Class XII        -              External, Board Examination.
*75% attendance is compulsory as par C.B.S.E. norms for the students to be eligible to appear in the examinations. Due to the introduction of CCE regularity of the students is of utmost importance.
*The school reserves the right to disallow the disallow the candidates from appearing the examinations if he/she falls short of requisite attendance.
* All tests /examinations are compulsory for the student. Exemption if any, will only be granted by the principal on written request by the parents in case of an emergency.
* Pupils absent form an examination/test for any reason will not be re-examined. He/she will be given zero mark.
* Parents must attend Parents teacher meetings regularly on the date intimated to the students time to time.
* Results declared at the end of the academic term are final and will not be reconsidered.
ADMISSION  
Admissions are made subject to the availability of seats in the class concerned. Clearance of admission test is obligatory.
ADMISSION TEST             : Admission tests are normally conducted for English, Hindi and Mathematics.
ADMISSION FORM          : The selected candidates are required to fill the admission form.
PRINCIPAL’S DECISION : Regarding admission or refusal to admission, Principal’s decision will be final.
WITHDRAWAL   : A student who wants to withdraw her/his name should apply in writing to the principal and the application must be countersigned by her/his parent or guardian. All school dues dues must be cleared before leaving the school.
FUNDS AND OTHER CHARFES
Funds & other charges will be paid for twelve months (from 1st April to 31st March). Funds and other charges once paid will not be refunded.
DETAIL OF SCHOOL DUES
The students will pay the annual dues and funds at the time of admission as follow:-
REALISATION OF FUNDS
Dues are realized on every working day between 8.00 a.m. to 9.00 a.m. Students will pay their dues by the 7th of the firs month of every quarter, after which they will have to pay a fine of Rs. 5 per day as late fee/ fine, then their names will be struck off the rolls without notice. Re-admission will be done with the admission fee once only. It is not, however obligatory on the part of the school to re-admit such defaulting students. School leaving certificate will not be issued unless all the dues are fully paid.
DISCIPLINE AND GENERAL RULES
Discipline is very important for the development of a child. The can be maintained with the fullest co-operation of the parents. All the students should always abide by the directions of the teachers and rules of the school. Parents are expected to co-operate in the working of the school by enforcing regularity and discipline in their wards.
1.Students are strictly forbidden to leave school premises during school hours without the written permission of principal. They must be taken home by their parents only.
2.Tuitons must be discouraged and self study and revision at home must be encouraged.
3.Students are not allowed to wear any ornament, or to bring any valuable article to school. The school would not be responsible for the loss of any personal property of the student. Girls can neither apply henna no their hands nor keep their nails long.
4.Personal hygiene and cleanliness is expected from all students.
5.The responsibility of the school authorities ceases immediately after the school is closed.
6.A student’s name is liable to be struck off the rolls if he/she remains ‘Absent’ form the school for more than seven consecutive working days.
7.The school will not bear any liability in case of nay medical problem to the student or any other mishap beyond its control.
8.The students should not cause any damage to the school property. They are liable to be penalised for any such damage caused by them.
9.Students guilty of misbehavior, without uniform, using unfair means during tests or any other immorality will be penalized.
 

In-service Teacher Training

Teachers of different subjects will be provided in-service training as and when required provided by the C.B.S.E.

 

Coordination with the Parents/Community/Board

To discuss the performance and discipline among the students behavioural and other issues of students, school holds regular Parents Teacher Meetings. Apart from this, every Friday and Saturday are available for parents to see the teachers of their wards in zero period. In case of any emergency, any parent or teacher can communicate regularly with each other. SMC  Meetings are also held on monthly basis.

 

 

Pupil’s Well-being

There is a health club active with regular health awareness programmes by teachers as well as doctors and experts. There is a regular feature of school cleanliness and vaccination of the students. Workshops for creating awareness regarding personal hygiene and healthy eating habits are conducted from time to time. Annual health check up is done in July/ August. Full time regular counselors are available in school for handling problem of students , may be behavioural, study related , mental health etc. in group as well as on individual basis.

 

Month

                       Activities

Responsibilities

 

 

April 2019

·         Awareness about Vending Machine and incinirators to girl student

Health Club Members

·         Healthy food items in canteen.

Canteen contractor

·         Health Check-up by doctors

Doctors

·         Poster Making on ‘World Health Day’

 

·         Awareness drive in classes regarding cleanliness.

Health club In charge

·         Appointment of floor wise cleanliness incharge.

Health club In charge

·         Water coolers to be cleaned

 

 

 

 Routine Activities

·         Cutting of grass.

 

·         Cleanliness of water tanks.

 

·         Compost pit.

 

·         Testing of drinking water.

 

·         Note (Water coolers are under AMC).                              

 

May 2019               

·         World no Tobacco day celebration.

Health club In charge

·         Workshops on cleanliness for students and teachers.

Health club In charge

·         Competition on health and cleanliness.

Concerned In charge

June 2019              

·         Washing of classrooms / Labs.

 

·         Washing of classrooms curtains.

 

·         Cleanliness of water tanks and coolers.

 

July 2019            

·         Health checkups.

 

·          Awareness about Hand Washing steps or personal hygiene

Health club In charge

·         Cleaniness Drive in School

 

·         Activity on World Population Day.

 

Aug 2019

·         Lecture on prevention and cure of malaria/ dengue.

Medical Expert

·         Anti Mosquito spray in school premises

 

·         House wise competition on health, cleanliness.

Eco club/ Health club In charge

 

·         Anti Malaria/Dengue Rally, Poster Making and Slogan Writing

Health club In charge

Sep  2019

·         Activities on junk food: poster making/ slogan writing/ Declamation.

Health club In charge

Oct 2019               

·         Speeches on Green Diwali.

Science Teachers/ Professionals

 

·         Mother Daughter Health Programme

 

 

·         Healthy Tiffin competitions

 

 

·         Awareness Regarding importance of clean drinking water breakfast, green leafy vegetables and fruits

 

 

·         Activity on Population Explosion

 

Nov 2019

·         Healthy food recipe competition.

 

 

·         Celebration of Green month

 

 

·         Orientation Programme for ‘Child Abuse’,Substance abuse,’Sex’ and Adoloscent Education

 

 

·         Salad Competition

Class Teachers

Dec 2019

·         Awareness activity on World Aids Day

Health Club Incharge

·         Cleanliness competition.

 

·         Cleanliness of water tanks. 

 

·         World AIDS Day competition celebration.

Health club In charge

Jan 2020

·         Lecture on Dental Care

·         Lecture on Menstrual Hygiene and Care

Dentist, Health Club Incharge

                                            

 

Supporting Activities

 

 

Month

               Activity

April 2019

·         Importance of books – Declamation on world Book Day.

·         Speech on importance of discipline.

·         Earth Day celebration by Eco club and Health Club.

·         House wise activity on Baisakhi celebration. (Speeches/Poster Making)

May 2019

·         Poster making slogan writing competition on dignity of labour.

·         International Bio-Diversity Day Debate.

·         Activity on No Tobacco Day.

·         Poetry recitation competition.

·         Fire safety mock drill and activities

·         Water Resource Day (Slogan Writing /Poster Making)

·         Activity on Importance of traffic Rules.

·         Training of Fire Extinguishers

July 2019

·         Sharing of experiences during summer vacation, by students.

·         Plantation Drive (World Environment Day)

·         Rainy Season (Poster Making)

·         Speech by students on Id-UI-Fitr.

·         Slogan Writing on ‘Girl Education’

·         Best of waste competition, collage making, slogan writing, poster.

·         Making, painting competition and declamation on 'Energy Conservation'.

August 2019

·         Independence day celebration – Rakhi making competition , file making, Book Mark, paper bag, Best out of waste , patriotic play.

·         Dance competition, fancy dress competition, role-play relating to Janamashtmi.

·         Speech on Advantages and Disadvantages of Mobile/Technology

·         Cleanliness drive.

·         Heritage Club Activity

·         Essay Writing on “Use of Solar Energy in next decade”.

September 2019

·         Teachers Day function/Card Making Competition.

·         Importance of rain water harvesting.(Speech)

·         World Ozone Day Celebration.

·         Show and tell activity for primary classes.

·          Activity related to Dusherra.

·         Poetry Recetation Competition on ‘Nature’

October 2019                               

·         Quiz competition on Mahatma Gandhi, fancy dress competition (for primary classes).

·         Earthquake safety Mock Drill.

·         Science Quiz.

·         Wild Life Week Celebration: hand painting competition and Puppet making competition.

·         Mehndi Competition.

·         Solid Waste Management. 

·         Anti cracker drive.

·         Speech on conservation of natural resources

·         Diwali celebration: Diya making, rangoli making, greeting card and file cover. Artisans will be called for demonstration.

November 2019

·         Speech on Guru Nanak Dev Ji in assembly.

·         Role of wild life eco system.

·         Science Quiz

·         Quiz competition on Children's Day , fancy dress competition

·         Water conservation, energy conservation.

·         Sports day.

·         National Integratim Day ‘Anti Corruption’

·         Essay Writing on “Effects of smog in Life”

December 2019

·         Poster making, slogan writing, rally on World 'AIDS Day'.

·         Speech and Poetry Recitation on Dev Samaj founder's day.

·         Heritage Quiz.

·         Poster making on Communal Harmony

·         Celebration of Dev Samaj Founder’s Week.

January 2020                    

·         Lohri celebration.

·         Poster Making on “Harmful effects of Alcohol”

·         Kite making competition, essay-writing competition.

·         Republic Day celebration.

·         Importance of our Constitution

·         World Wetland Day Celebration

February 2020

·         Activity on protection of environment.

·         Poster making on Basant Panchmi & importance of festivals.

·         Health and Hygiene exhibition.

·         Science Exhibition.

·         Earthquake safety Mock Drill

 

Various Sports academies are run by the school, after school hours, for the following games

1.       Basket Ball

2.       Judo

3.       Cricket

Transportation Committee regularly supervises the transportation of students. Regular meetings of bus contractor, bus drivers and attendants are held for creating awareness of safety of students. Experts from police department are invited to create awareness.

 

Remedial Classes Weak students are made to sit during zero-period, to keep pace with the class work going on. During preparatory holidays all those students who need personal attention, attend the school as per their subject requirement.

 

Annual Themes/Celebration/Events

Various types of days /events are celebrated in our school like Maat Pita Santan Diwas(Regarding the relation between Children with their Parents),Bhai-Behan Diwas(Regarding brother-sister relation), Employer- Employee Day , Pashu Jagat Rally (Rally regarding creating awareness in students for prevention of cruelty towards animals) besides conducting activities on the occasion of various festivals.

 

Community Outreach Programmes

 

In almost all the functions, parents, members of SMC, MC and NGO are invited who participate with great enthusiasm. When rallies are taken out e.g. Anti-cracker, Anti-Drugs, Maleria Prevention Rally , Dengue Prevention Rally  etc. ,a strong message is given to general public.

NSS cadets frequently visit a particular village to spread awareness about literacy, health and hygiene, women empowerment etc. Students also visit Mother Teresa Home, Old Age Home, etc. on the event of New Year/ Lohri Celebration and donate to fulfill their basic requirement.

 

 

Child -Safety  Measures  taken by School:

Physical Safety:

·         The School maintains health cards as envisaged by the comprehensive school health programme of C.B.S.E.

·         Annual health check up of the students is done in July/August.

·         A medical room is equipped with first aid facility and a bed is available in the school.

·         School has ‘Health and Wellness’ club that remains active throughout the session, conducting various health-awareness programmes.

·         School counselors, teachers and experts from outside regularly guide the students in taking healthy and balanced diet as against junk food.

·         Teachers have their meal during recess with the students and keep a check on their eating habits.

·         The school has adequate number of water coolers fitted with water purifiers.

·         There is a strict vigil at the entry gate of the school to guard against any visitor approaching the school campus without permission.

·         When the school is over, the students are safely handed over to the parents/buses/vans by the school staff. No student is left unattended.

·         The school buses having the facility of first aid boxes, GPS facility , lady attendants have passed the safety test and is observed by the transportation committee on regular basis.

Emotional Safety

·         The school has two counselors, who regularly guide the students to take care of themselves so as to avoid any kind of abuse.

·         They are regularly taught the difference of good touch and bad touch by the class teachers.

·         The school has facility of conducting workshops by medical experts/counsellors to discuss adolescent problems.

        Social Safety

·         There are constant lectures by counselors/teachers regarding negative peer pressure , managing anger and stress, handling criticism rude language, bullying harassment etc.

·         The school has Disaster Management committee as well as Disciplinary action committee for settlement of disputes among students.

·         The disaster management committee conducts mock-drills for ensuring safety against any kind of disaster.

Emerging Preparedness to handle Disasters

·         The school is under surveillance by the Principal through CCTV.

·         The school is sufficiently equipped with necessary safety measures like fire extinguishers, fire alarms etc.

·         The evacuation plan has been displayed at different places in the school building and the staff members along with students are fully aware of the plan, to avoid the stampede in case of any disaster.

·         The school has public address system to make any emergency announcement.

Cyber Safety:

·         Class Teachers and Computer Teachers keep on guiding the students and parents for safe use of technology and social media through lectures or powerpoint presentations.

No. of meetings held for preparation of School Pedagogical Plan Session 2019-20.

16 Meetings