Affiliation Status : CBSE Affiliation

The 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.