School History

 

  

Bhagwan Dev Atma Ji

The most venerable Bhagwan Dev Atma founded Dev Samaj in 1887. In his teachings he laid great stress on imparting education to the women, because, he felt that by educating the girl child the whole family gets educated. This being the uppermost thought in his mind he started numerous educational institutions for women. Today there are around 26 Dev Samaj educations for women. This school was established in 1957 in Sector-18 as High School. It was recognized by Punjab Education Department and shifted to its own campus in Sector-21-C in 1959. The school is on grant-in-aid since 1967. In 1988 the Senior Secondary classes were also added to the school. Since 2006 this school is running as co-educational institution. It has an imposing building and excellent facilities for extra-curricular activities. Hostel facility is available for girls only. Special attention is given to the moral values in the students.

 

Rev.Shriman Ishwar Singh Ji

 

Life Sketch of Shriman Ishwar Singh Ji

           Shriman Ishwar Singh Ji led a very pious and inspirational life that was marked by dedication and studded with high moral values. He was born in 1883 in a rich family in Poohla village of Bathinda district. His father S. Hamam Singh was a big landlord of Bahia area having close relations with royal families of Patiala, Nabha and Faridkot.

            After early education in the village, Shriman Ishwar Singh Ji went to Lahore for higher education and graduated from the famous F.C. College in 1908. He was endowed with special qualities and was impressed by the life and teachings of Bhagwan Dev Atma the founder of Dev Samaj. Rather than pursuing a materialistic carrier he chose to follow the noble religious path and dedicated his life for Dev Samaj Mission in 1907. He denounced the worldly pleasures very early and donated his entire landed property measuring about 300 acres to Dev Samaj. As a mark of respect and reverence to him Dev Samaj Girls Sr. Sec. School Sector -21 C, Chandigarh was named after him in 1976.

            As a life worker of Dev Samaj, Shriman Ishwar Singh Ji imbibed the teachings of his master in his lie and became a torchbearer in all the initiatives taken by Dev Samaj. He dedicated his life to education and served Dev Samaj Girls High School Moga as Principal for 25 years. He acted as Principal of ‘Dev Samaj Higher Life Academy’ for 26 years. He acted as Secretary, Dev Samaj for 18 years and breathed his last on 30 Aug. 1967. During his long association of 60 years with Dev Samaj, Shriman Ishwar Singh Ji was instrumental in guiding numerous persons towards higher way of life. He led a pious, selfless, moralistic and spiritual life. People like him who have served the humanity in such quiet and humble manner need to be revered and remembered for what they did and the legacies that they have left behind for us. Their lives encourage many others to emulate them.

 

 

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 : 30-11-2016

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 SUMATI KANWAR

PRINCIPAL'S CONTACT NUMBER

9878293622

PRINCIPAL'S EMAIL ID

kanwarsumati21@rediffmail.com

PRINCIPAL'S RETIREMENT DATE

31/05/2018

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

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NON PROPRIETY CHARACTER AFFIDAVIT/NON PROFIT COMPANY AFFIDAVIT

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FACULTY DETAILS

04838--I S D S SR SEC SCH SECTOR 21-C CHANDIGARH
Dated : 30-11-2016

TOTAL NUMBER OF TEACHERS (ALL CLASSES)

52

NUMBER OF PGTs

20

NUMBER OF TGTs

14

NUMBER OF PRTs

14

NUMBER OF PETs

4

OTHER NON-TEACHING STAFF

26

NUMBER OF MANDATORY TRAINING QUALIFIED TEACHERS

7

NUMBER OF TRAININGS ATTENDED BY FACULTY SINCE LAST YEAR

0

STUDENT DETAILS

04838--I S D S SR SEC SCH SECTOR 21-C CHANDIGARH
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CLASS

TOTAL NUMBER OF SECTIONS

TOTAL NUMBER OF INTAKE

TOTAL NUMBER OF STUDENTS

1

2

62

1

2

2

18

89

3

2

6

98

4

2

11

96

5

2

7

91

6

2

15

97

7

2

9

92

8

2

8

93

9

3

65

149

10

3

3

118

11

5

244

244

12

5

3

228

ACADEMIC DETAILS

04838--I S D S SR SEC SCH SECTOR 21-C CHANDIGARH
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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

027---HISTORY
028---POLITICAL SCIENCE
030---ECONOMICS
034---HIND.MUSIC VOCAL
035---HIND.MUSIC MEL.INS
037---PSYCHOLOGY
039---SOCIOLOGY
041---MATHEMATICS
042---PHYSICS
043---CHEMISTRY
044---BIOLOGY
048---PHYSICAL EDUCATION
054---BUSINESS STUDIES
055---ACCOUNTANCY
076---NAT. CADET CORPS
083---COMPUTER SCIENCE
101---ENGLISH ELECTIVE-C
104---PUNJABI
301---ENGLISH CORE
302---HINDI CORE

INFRASTRUCTURE DETAILS

04838--I S D S SR SEC SCH SECTOR 21-C CHANDIGARH
Dated : 30-11-2016

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

54

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

2

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?

NO

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

7

TOTAL NUMBER OF VANS/MATADORS

1

TOTAL NUMBER OF DRIVERS

9

NUMBER OF FEMALE ATTENDANTS FOR BUS DUTY

7

NUMBER OF ACTIVITY ROOMS

2

NAME OF TRANSPORT COORDINATOR

Satnam Singh

TRANSPORT COORDINATOR CONTACT

9417340518

BUILDING SAFETY CERTIFICATE

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TRANSPORT SAFETY CERTIFICATE

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LOCATION DETAILS

04838--I S D S SR SEC SCH SECTOR 21-C CHANDIGARH
Dated : 30-11-2016

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 : 30-11-2016

10th BOARD PASS PERCENTAGE (2014/2015/2016)

100/96.9/91

12th BOARD PASS PERCENTAGE (2014/2015/2016)

97.68/94.15/92.39

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

Dr Sumati Kanwar

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

Dr Sumati Kanwar

CONTACT NUMBER OF CONTACT PERSON IN CASE OF EMERGENCY

9878293622

EMAIL ID OF CONTACT PERSON IN CASE OF EMERGENCY

kanwarsumati21@rediffmail.com

TOTAL NUMBER OF DOCTORS IN SCHOOL CLINIC

0

TOTAL NUMBER OF NURSES IN SCHOOL CLINIC

0

TOTAL NUMBER OF BEDS IN SCHOOL CLINIC

0

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

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STAFF STATEMENT OF SCHOOL

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INCOME AND EXPENDITURE STATEMENT

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ACADEMIC CALENDAR OF SCHOOL

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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

 

From Principal's Desk...

 

Education is the process of transmission of life through knowledge and learning. The schools

play a major role in this process, as basic foundation for the students is laid in the sacred premises of the schools. The educators have a dual role to play. Apart from imparting the academic knowledge the schools also prepare the students for the challenges, which they will have to face when they pass out from the school. To be able to carry out this dual responsibility, the schools have to be equipped in terms of basic infrastructure, modern training aids and technology and above all, commitment on the part of teachers to make the teaching more meaningful, interesting as well as exciting.

 

To this end, I can say with full confidence that our school possesses all the ingredients required for imparting quality education. In terms of infrastructure it has large and airy classrooms,

well furnished with high quality furniture. There are modern laboratories and a fairly large and well stocked library with over 5000 books. With the introduction of smart classrooms, the school has joined the elite group of institutions in the Tri-city, which can claim to possess the most modern technologically advanced teaching aids and methodologies. Special care is taken to ensure that the faculty members are kept up to date to use these facilities, which have been provided at a very high cost. For the sports and extra-curricular activities also the facility are of top quality in terms of play grounds and sports equipment. Our students have been performing very well in various co curricular, extra-curricular and sports activities, by winning large number of prizes and trophies.

 

Imparting moral education and imbibing good values is a high priority area in this school. Dev

Samaj education institutions have been established primarily for this purpose by our venerable

founder of Dev Samaj – Bhagwan Devatma, who gave them a very appropriate motto – “Acquire Knowledge and Form Character”. Guided by this noble aim, this is what we aspire to achieve in this school. The School Management headed by Shriman Nirmal Singh Ji, Secretary Dev Samaj, is always appreciative of our efforts and supports us fully in all our endeavours.

 

I would like to assure the students and their parents/ guardians that we make every effort to

ensure the growth and development of each and every child admitted in the School. However, we expect some co-operation from the students by adhering to the rules of discipline and instructions issued by the School from time to time. The School arranges regular inter-action of parents with the teachers. The parents must utilise this opportunity and monitor the progress of their children. Together we need to create an atmosphere, which is conducive for teaching and learning. I wish each one of you a very happy, satisfying and memorable stay in the school.

 

 

 

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

·         To develop sound foundation in academics along with active participation in sports and extracurricular activities.

·         To ensure all-round development of students.

·         To inculcate in them a sense of discipline and strength of character.

·         To impart high standard of moral education to the students which can help them to settle down as useful member in the family and society.

MANAGING COMMITTEE

The school is being managed by Managing Committee duly approved by the Education Department, Chandigarh.

The Managing Committee takes active interest and displays positive commitment for the betterment of the school.

SCHOOL MANAGING COMMITTEE

School Managing Committee is constituted every year for the management of internal affairs of the School like

supervision of working of teachers, Mid-Day Meal, Maintaining discipline in students, School development and other

matters from time to time, for which various sub- committees have been constituted.

CAMPUS

The school has a spacious and well furnished building with sprawling lawns, play grounds, well equipped library,

laboratories and computer labs.

Lush green lawns are well maintained with decorative plants and flowers adding to the beauty and ambience of the

campus.

C.C. T.V. Cameras have been installed in all the class rooms and corridors. An audio visual room has been set up for

activity based learning.

CURRICULUM

The school is achieving almost 100% results every year. The school is recognized and aided by the U.T.

Administration and is affiliated to Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi for Secondary and Senior

Secondary School Certificate Examination under 10+2 system. The school is co-education from Nursery to Class XII.

The medium of instruction is English and Hindi.

CLASS V To VIII : English, Maths, Science, Social Science, Sanskrit, Drawing, Hindi/Punjabi {1st and 2nd

Language}, E.V.S.

CLASS IX & X : English {Course A} Maths, Social Science, Science, Hindi, Sanskrit, Punjabi, Physical

Education, Art Education, Work Experience (Computer Training), E.V.S.

CLASS XI and XII : School offers all streams Medical, Non Medical, Commerce and Arts. A student is required

to select 5 subjects for the opted stream (1 Core & 4 Electives)

 

Steam

Compulsory Elective

Optional Electives

Compulsory

Core Subject

Medical

Physics, Chemistry, Biology

Physical Education

English

Non-Medical

 

Physics, Chemistry, Math's

Physical Education

English

Commerce

Accountancy, Business Studies, Economics

Physical Education / Math's / Computer Science

English

Arts

 

 

1. Sociology/Economics/Music (Inst/Vocal)

2. Pol. Science/History/Psychology

3. Phy. Edu./Maths/Computer Science

4. Hindi/Punjabi/Sanskrit

English

 

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). A student can take one additional subject in class XI-XII, for which separate fees will be charged.

(d). In class XI a student can change her/his subject before 31st October with the approval of the Principal.

(e). No provision will be made for subject opted by less than 10 students.

(f).  The candidate who is placed in compartment in class X shall be admitted provisionally to class XI till she/he takes first chance Compartment Exam of that year. His/her admission shall be treated as cancelled if he/she fails to pass at the first chance Compartment Examination.

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                  Examination (2017-2018)

 

 From academic year 2017-2018 the examination would be conducted for class III to X as per the remodeled assessment

 structure explained below

 

  1. Scholastic Area

Subject

            Total Marks

 

 

Student has to secure 33% marks

in each  subject  out of 80 marks.

                  20 Marks (Internal Assessment)

Overall 20 marks earmarked in each subject Student has to secure 33% marks out of

Periodic Test

(10 marks)

       Note book submission

                ( 5 marks)                

             Subject  Enrichment

                activity ( 5 marks)

         (i)

                       (ii)

 

            (iii)                            

Language 1

   Final Examination for 80 marks in each  subject covering 100% syllabus     

   Periodic test restricted to three in each subject in an academic year                 

   This will cover Regularity

Assignment   Competition                   

Speaking and listening skills.    

Language 2          

  Marks and grades both will be

awarded for individual subjects

  Average of the best two tests to be taken for  final marks submission         

   Neatness& Upkeep of   notebook                

Speaking and listening skills.    

Science                                                                            

   9- point grading will be

Followed.                                           

 

 

Practical lab work

Math's

 

 

 

Math's lab practical

Social Science      

 

 

 

 Map work and project             

 

2. Co-Scholastic Activities:

Schools should promote co-curricular activities for the holistic development of the students, these activities will be graded on a 5- point grading

 scale (A-E) and will have no descriptive indicators. No up scaling of grade will be done.

      Activity              

 

Areas and Objectives (as prescribed in the scheme of studies for subjects of Internal Assessment)

Work education or Pre vocational   education                                                                                                                                                        

 

By the concerned Teacher

Work education is a distinct curricular area for students for participation in social, economic and welfare activities.   

 

 

Art Education

By the Concerned

Teacher

Art Education is an important activity for development of wholesome personality

of the students. Students will select one or more forms of creative arts.                                                                                                                                                                                   

Health & Physical

Education. 

(Sports/Martial Arts                                                         

 

   

Health & physical Activity will be given a regular period. Students will be trained in the area of their interest. Indigenous sports, yoga and NCC will be encouraged in the schools creating a sense of Physical fitness, discipline, sportsmanship, patriotism, self sacrifice and health care.

                                                                                                                                                                         

 

 

 

 

3. Discipline (Attendance , Sincerity , Behavior, Values):

Discipline plays an important role in building character. Sincerity, good behavior and values develop strength and foster unity and

Co-operation. Therefore, the element of discipline has been introduced. Class Teacher will be responsible for grading the students on five point scale (A-E).                                                                 

    Tentative Schedule of Examination/Tests.

Month

Pre-Primary

          III to IX                             

                X  

                XI

                XII

May

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Unit-1

August

F.A -1

P.T-1

P.T-1

Unit-1

Unit-II

October

Term-1

P.T-II

P.T-II

Term-1

Term-1

December

F.A-II

P.T-III

P.T-III

Term-II

Term-II

January

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Pre-Board

Unit-II

Pre-Board

March

Final Exams

Final Exams

Final Exams

Final Exams

Final Board Exams

 

 

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

§  75% attendance is compulsory as per C.B.S.E. norms for the students to be eligible to appear in the examinations. Regularity of the students is of utmost importance.

§  The school reserves the right to disallow the candidates from appearing in the examinations if he/she falls short of requisite attendance.

§  All tests/examinations are compulsory for the students. Exemption if any will only be granted by the Principal on written request by the parents in case of an emergency.

§  Pupils absent from 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 from 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.

? A Candidate having provisional admission in Class XI must submit the proof of his/her final result before his/her

registration in C.B.S.E.

? 3+ Child will be admitted in Nursery Class.

? 4+ Child will be admitted in K.G. Class.

? 5+ Child will be admitted in First Class.

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 must be cleared before leaving the

school.

 

 

FUNDS AND OTHER CHARGES

Annual Charges & other funds will be paid for twelve months (from 1st April to 31st March). Annual

Charges and other funds once paid at the time of admission will not be refunded in any case. There

will be registration fee for new students.

 

 

Realisation of Dues (Per Quarter)

1.    School accepts dues up to 10th of the first month of every quarter. If the 10th of the month happens to be a holiday, the dues will be paid on the next working day. Thereafter a late fine of `. 5/- per day will be charged till 15th of the month. In case a student fails to pay the dues till 15th of the month, his/her name will be struck off the school rolls without notice.

2.    School fee is to be deposited in any nearby branch of Punjab National Bank.

3.    NEW STUDENTS will deposit their first dues in school at the time of Admission.

4.    While paying the dues, please make sure that all the three receipts are duly filled in with correct Admission No., Head wise amount, Student’s Name, Class-Section, Father’s Name and Contact No.

5.    School charges once paid will not be refunded.

6.    In case of loss of Fee Book a New Fee Book will be issued on depositing `. 20/-

7.    Quarterly Dues should be paid as mentioned below:-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

First Quarter                  April to June                                    April 2nd to 10th

Second Quarter                        July to September              July 1st to 10th

Third Quarter                 October to December        October 1st to 10th

Fourth Quarter              January to March               January 1st to 10th

Class/Session

Annual Charges

 

 

 

Quarterly Charges

 

 

Smart Class Charges  Quarterly

 

 

Quarterly

Tuition Fee 

 

 

Total

Quarter 1 (Excluding Practical Charges)

Remaining Per Quarter

(Excluding Practical Charges)

Practical Charges

Other Practical

Computer Science

NCC

 

Additional/ 6th Subject

(One time only)

Nur. & K.G

8,000/-

550 x 3 = 1,650/-

150 x 3=450/-

130 x 3 =390/-

10,490

830 x 3 = 2,490

-

-

-

-

1st to 5th

3,050/-

280 x 3 = 840/-

150 x 3=450/-

-

4,340

430 x 3 = 1,290

-

-

-

-

6th to 8th

3,600/-

310 x 3 = 930/-

150 x 3=450/-

-

4,980

460 x 3 = 1,380

-

-

-

-

9th & 10th

4,920/-

350 x 3 = 1,050/-

150 x 3=450/-

37 x 3 = 111/-(for boys only)

Boys -6,531

Girls- 6,420

Boys : 537 x 3 = 1,611

Girls : 500 x 3 = 1,500

-

-

-

-

11th & 12th    Arts & Commerce

7,300/-

610 x 3 = 1,830/-

150 x 3=450/-

50 x 3 = 150/- (for boys only)

Boys- 9,730

Girls- 9,580

Boys : 810 x 3 = 2,430

Girls : 760 x 3 = 2,280

40 x 3 = 120/-

70 x 3 = 210/-

40 x 3 = 120/-

500/-

11th & 12th Medical & Non - Medical

10,600/-

890 x 3 = 2,670/-

150 x 3=450/-

300 x 3 = 900/-

14,620

1340 x 3 = 4,020

80 x 3 = 240/-

 

40 x 3 = 120/-

500/-

Admission Fee

Registration Charges

Class IX & X:  `. 12

Nursery To Class XII (Arts & Commerce ): ` 300/-

Class XI & XII Arts & Commerce : ` 25

Class XI & XII (Science):  ` 500/-

Nursery, KG, XI & XII Science : `.100

Admission Fee and Registration Charges for New Student Only

                       

 

REALISATION OF DUES

            School Dues will be paid in nearby Branch of Punjab National Bank on or before 10th of the first month of every quarter. If the 10th of the month happens to be a holiday, the dues will be paid on the next working day. Thereafter a late fee fine ` 5/- per day will be charged till the 15th of the month. In case a student fails to pay the dues till 15th of the month, his/her name will be struck off the school 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.

            Note : Annual charges and other funds once paid at the time of admission will not be  refunded in any case.

DISCIPLINE AND GENERAL RULES

            Discipline is very important for the development of a child. This 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.

2.         Tuitions 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 on their hands nor keep their nails long. They must tie their hair neatly with simple braids or pony tail. Fancy clip/clutches are not allowed. Boys must cut their hair short and properly. Students are not allowed to wear narrow pants/lowers.

4.         Personal hygiene and cleanliness is expected from all students.

5.         The responsibility of the school authorities ceases immediately after the school is closed. So, parents are required to pick up their wards immediately, after the school time is over.

6.         A student’s name is liable to be struck off the rolls if he/she remains ‘Absent’ from the school for more than seven consecutive working days.

7.         The school will not bear any liability in case of any 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 penalized for any such damage caused by them.

9.         Students guilty of misbehavior, using indecent remarks, using unfair means during tests or any other  immorality will be penalized.

10.       Bringing mobile phones /CDs/ i-pod etc is strictly prohibited in the school campus. Students found guilty will be strictly punished and their gadgets will be confiscated.

11.       Leave application for the students  must reach the Class In charge in advance.

12.       Any change in Address/Phone No. must be intimated to the Class Teacher immediately.

13.       Students must reach school at 7.55 a.m., in proper uniform. School gate will be closed at 8.00 a.m. sharp. Students reaching late and those who are not in proper school uniform , will not be allowed to attend classes and will be required to be taken home by their parents immediately.

14.       After two written warnings / complaints, strict disciplinary action will be taken, against the students.

15.       Parents must attend the Parents Teacher Meet regularly.

16.       Transportation charges must be paid for eleven months, to avail the bus facility.

17.       For getting any document /certificate from the school authorities, at least two working days are required.

18.       Students are not allowed to come without uniform even on their birthday.

19.       If a student doesn't appear and clear the unit tests and terminal examination, he will not be eligible to appear in final examinations.

SCHOOL UNIFORM

Summer:

Class I to VIII

Monday : White Shirt, White Tunic/Pant, White School Socks, White Shoes and School Belt.

Tuesday to Friday : Check Shirt, Blue Tunic/Pant, White School Socks, Black Shoes and School Belt.

Saturday : House T-Shirt, White Tunic/Pant, White School Socks, White Shoes and School Belt.

Class IX to XII (For Boys)

Monday : White Shirt, White Pant, White Socks, White Shoes and School Belt.

Tuesday to Friday : Check Shirt, Blue Pant, White Socks, Black Shoes and School Belt.

Saturday : House T-Shirt, White Pant, White School Socks, White Shoes and School Belt.

* For Sikh boys - White Patka & White Turban on Monday & Saturday, Blue Patka/Blue Turban on Tuesday to Friday

Class IX to XII (For Girls)

Monday : White Shirt, White Salwar, White Dupatta, White School Socks, White Shoes.

Tuesday to Friday : Check Shirt, White Salwar, White Dupatta, White School Socks and Black Shoes

Saturday : White Shirt, White Salwar, House Colour Dupatta, White School Socks, White Shoes.

* Track suit is compulsory for Physical Education students of Classes XI and XII.

Winter :

Class Nursery to VIII : School Track Suit is compulsory.

Class IX to XII : Students have to wear Blue Pullovers, Navy Blue Blazers, School Tie, Grey Woollen Pants and Grey

School Socks. Rest of the Uniform will be same.

HOUSE SYSTEM

There are four houses namely :

(i) Gandhi (ii) Nehru (iii) Tagore (iv) Netaji

Various inter-class and inter-house activities like debates, quiz competitions, poetry recitation, painting and collage

making etc. are held in school on Saturday. Zero period of every Saturday is earmarked for these activities.

ACHIEVEMENTS

Excellence in academics is the benchmark to access the standard of any institution. The school has been showing

100% result in the board examinations. The detailed results are as following .

Class X :- The school has achieved almost 100% result in class X. C.B.S.E. board examination.

Class XII :- The school has achieved 91% result in class XII Commerce and 96% in Arts stream, and 92% in

Medical and Non-Medical stream. Sarthak Jindal got 91.8% marks in Arts stream and stood first in

the school. Amanpreet Kaur stood first in Commerce stream with 90% marks and Vishal Singh Tanwar stood first in Science stream with 87.4% marks.

CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

The performance in academics has been equally matched by excellent achievements in co-curricular activities.

MUSIC AND DANCE

 

Our School participated in Independence Day Celebration organized by Chandigarh

Administration in Tagore Theatre. School also participated in Folk Song Competition organized by NHRD, Kala Utsav at Govt. Sr. Sec School Sec-10 CHANDIGARH.

 

JUDO

 

Our School got 1 Gold , 2 Silver and 2 Bronze medals in Junior State Judo Tournament held at sec-42 CHANDIGARH. Inter school  Judo Tournament was  held at Hockey Stadium , Sports Complex, sec 42,CHANDIGARH. Our Principal Madam Dr. (Mrs.) Sumati Kanwar were convener of this tournament.

Our school boys team got

I place (under -14)

II place (under -17)

II place (under -19)

Our school girl's team got

I place (under -14)

II place (under -17)

I place (under -19)

Girl's team got 5 Gold, 8 Silver and 6 Bronze medals and Boys team got 5 Gold, 7 Silver and 7 Bronze medals. Our school got Overall Championship in boys and girls teams both.

 

BASKET BALL

 

Our school girls team (U-19) participated in Pandit Mohan Lal Memorial Basket ball tournament held at Sec 32 CHANDIGARH.

 

TAEKWONDO CHAMPIONSHIP

 

Shivam student of class XI got Second place in 51 kg weight category in Taekwondo Championship 2016 organized by The Right Times Magazine held at Shivalik Public School Ph- 6 Mohali.

 

CRICKET

 

Our School team got 2nd place in Women's Cricket Under-19 State Championship held at Dev Samaj College, sector - 45, Chandigarh.

 

BALL BADMINTON

 

Our School boys team got 1st place under -19 in Inter School Ball Badminton Tournament at G.M.H.S sec-41-D Chandigarh. Our School got 1st position in Chandigarh State Ball Badminton Tournament organized by our school. Three students of our school participated in Ball Badminton National Tournament held at Telangana.

 

GYMNASTICS

 

Sonamdeep (XII-E) participated in Inter-school competition and got 2 Bronze medals in Rhythmic Gymnastics.

 

N.S.S

 

NSS volunteers participated in Yoga at Capital complex on the occasion  of 'International Yoga Day'Career Counseling Lecture , 50 volunteers participated in Article writing on 'Importance of Van Mahostav' ,The State Legal Services Authority conducted a Legal Literacy class and told students about  Fundamental Rights & Duties, Lok Adalat  and  the Functioning of Supreme Court etc. Various activities on 'Azadi' 70-Yaad Karo Kurbani' ( freedom fortnight) like Painting Competition, Elocution Competition, Slogan Writing Competition ,Patriotic Song Singing Competition & Play on theme- Freedom Movement, celebration of NSS Day ,NSS unit participated in Independence Day celebration at Sec-17, Parade Ground, and got 3rd place. Anti Cracker rally, One day camp on campus cleanliness and beautification, Celebration of National Education Day, Slogan Writing Competition held on 'National Education Day'. A special week long NSS camp involving around 100 volunteers (50 boys and 50 girls)with the theme ' SWACCH BHARAT ABHIYAN' was organized at our school, in December,2016.The process of 'Social Change', 'Social Service for Community Purpose, 'Skill Development' ,'Stress  Management' , 'Meditation' , 'Dengue and Swine flu,'Cashless Transactions', 'Food and Nutrition , 'Cultural Diversities and Women Empowerment', were the various topics of lectures delivered during this camp. NSS volunteers visited village Dhanas to make its villagers aware about hygiene, cleanliness, and cashless transactions. Our 4 N.S.S volunteers were selected for the biggest Tourism festival under 'Eh Bharat Shreshtha   Bharat' program of Govt. of India at Dadra and Nagar Haveli from 25th December to 31st  December 2016. Our 5 N.S.S volunteers attended the training for cashless transactions at Delhi Public School, Sector-40 CHANDIGARH at December 9, 2016.

 

N.C.C

 

5 NCC cadets attended NIC Camp  at  Amritsar ,5 NCC cadets attended ATC Camp  at Ropar ,10 NCC cadets attended ATC Camp  at Ropar , 5 NCC cadets attended Army Attachment Camp held at 18 Komyon Regiment , Chandi Mandir. Mr. Govind  ANO of our school led DCAT-1 NCC camp held at Ropar. 20 NCC cadets participated in NCC Blood Donation Camp at Moti Ram Arya School, sec -27 CHANDIGARH. Our 22 NCC cadets participated in AIDS Awareness rally held at NCC HQ sector-31, Chandigarh.

 

ECO CLUB

 

During the academic session 2016-17 Eco Club of the school conducted Poster making competition on ' World Earth Day' ,Slogan writing competition on ' Water Resource Day' ,Speech Competition on ' Water Resource Day' ,Poster Making and Speech competition on ' International Biodiversity Day' ,Making ' Eco friendly bag' with a tag 'Go Green' ,Poster Making to spread the message to Keep Surrounding Clean , Speech on 'Water Conservation' ,Tree Plantation or plantation drive in School campus ,Poster making /essay writing competition on 'tree plantation' ,Cleanliness drive ,Speech competition on 'Solid waste management' ,Speech / poster making competition on 'climate change' ,' Ozone & Climate‘,      Slogan writing, Poster making on 'Ozone, a Natural Umbrella', Debate on ' Desert cooler is a better option than air conditioner for Summer’, ' Report writing ' on ‘Global Warming - its causes and impact' and power point presentation on the same topic. There was an Exhibition on 'Best out of Waste' and an 'Anti Cracker rally' was also organized by the students. Poster making and Speech competition were conducted by Eco Club on December 23, 2016 for classes VI to VIII and IX –X respectively on 'Energy Conservation'.

 

HEALTH CLUB

 

Doctors from a local dispensary delivered a Lecture on 'Prevention and Cure of Malaria and Dengue'. Medical check- up of all the students was done. Slogan writing competition on 'Junk Food' and a Competition on 'Healthy food Recipe' were also conducted. Swachata Monitors have been appointed and a School Canteen Management Committee has been constituted.

 

SCIENCE CLUB

Activities conducted by Science club include Essay writing competition on 'pollution and next century', Poster making competition on 'water conservation' ,Essay writing and Poster Making Competitions on 'Impacts of Akshay Urja Diwas in India' ,Declamation Competition on 'Water Conservation' ,Essay Writing Competition on ' Chemistry of life' ,Poster Making Competition on ' Pollution Effects On Life' ,Essay Writing Competition on ' Life Without Science' ,Poster Making Competition on ' Population Explosion' and Trip to Science City Kapurthala, an Educational trip to 'Energy Park', Essay Writing Competition was held on 'Is Green Chemistry a Revolutionary Step For Next  Generation?'. Our 4 students participated in Regional Level Science and Mathematics Exhibition held at J.P School. Old Panchkula, Sector -1.

 

GANIT SAPTAH

 

Ganit Saptah was organized from December 16th to December 22nd, 2016.'Poster making 'on 'Mathematics Around us', discussion on 'Importance of Mathematics in other subjects' , solving puzzles, Sudoku, magic squares and Mathematics Quiz were the main activities conducted during this week. On the concluding day ,a lecture was delivered by Mrs. Kiranjeet kaur (Assistant Professor) of Dev. Samaj College of education, sector 36, Chandigarh, on 'Mathematics in Our Daily Life' and prizes were given to the students in different categories:

 

AWARENESS DRIVE ABOUT ELECTION

As directed by State Election Commission an awareness drive for Municipal Corporation Election 2016 was conducted in the school. To spread awareness about the franchise to vote among students were made aware about the different aspect to considered casting the votes and encouraged to same knowledge to their families.

ACTIVITY ON PERSONAL HYGIENE AND HEALTH

A representative from P&G Company conducted an interactive session with the girls of classes 6th to 8th, along with their mothers on December 7, 2016, regarding personal hygiene, health and physical changes in girls.

 

Activities organized by Government departments/Boards/Autonomous bodies:

 

·        Independence Day was celebrated in school premises and a large number of students participated in Cultural Program including various patriotic songs, play and dances, along with National Song and National Anthem.

·        Mock Parliament session was conducted by students of IX & X.

·        On Diwali Diya Decoration competition was held.

·        Poster Making Competition organized by Bhakra Byas Management Board on 'Save Energy’.

·        Poster Making Competition on 'clean fuel for better life' organized by CBSE.

·        Poster Making Competition on 'Child Speaks' organized by State Legal Services         Authority, UT Chandigarh.

·        Poster Making Competition on 'Save Water' organized by Central Ground Water          Board.

·        Slogan/Poster Making Competition on 'Public Participation In Eradicating         Corruption' organized by State Legal Services Authority UT Chandigarh on 5.11.16.

·        Slogan Writing and declamation Competition on 'Book Reading' organized by T. S. Central State Library, sec- 17 Chandigarh on 15.11.16

·        Book Jacket making on 16.11.16

 

ACTIVITIES BY B.ED TRAINEES

 

Rangoli and Poster Making Competitions were conducted by B.Ed Trainees of Dev Samaj College of Education. They also conducted Sports Activities: Hurdle race (For class V), Track race (For class VI), 100m race (For classes VII, VIII) and Relay race (For classes VII to XII in 4 teams).

 

PARTICIPATION AND ACHIEVEMENTS BY STUDENTS

 

·     12 students participated in 'State Level Science, Mathematics & Environment Exhibition' in 6 different sub-themes, at sector-32 Chandigarh.

·     Vicky of class IX-B was selected for State Level Painting Competition on 'Energy Conservation'.

·     Jyoti Shah (VII-A) participated in State Level Painting Competition on 'Water Conservation'.

·     Three students of our school, Abhishek (X-A), Jyotika (IX-C) and Priya got cash prize of Rs. 500/- each for participating in Painting Competition on 'Chandigarh Smart City ' organized by Chandigarh Administration.

·     In 'Conquest Olympiad' our school got 10 gold medals in 1st round and 45 students were selected for second round.

·     Jyotika (IX-C) and Aman Singh (X-B) participated in 'Best Out of Waste' in Art Gallery sec-10, Chandigarh on 15.11.16

·     Students of class VIII presented a Project on Construction of Road in Ramdarbar organized by 'Bal Jan Grah on 22.11.16

LOHRI CELEBRATION

Every year, Dr. (Mrs.) Sumati Kanwar, Principal, teachers and N.S.S. Volunteers celebrate Lohri with the inmates of

Old Age Home, Sector 15, Chandigarh. Gifts and Sweets are distributed. They also visit Bal Niketan, Sector 15 and

Mother Teresa Home Sector 23, Chandigarh. Gifts and Sweets are distributed among all the inmates.

SCHOOL COUNSELLOR

The institution has 2 school counselors to assist and motivate the students in their educational and vocational fields

and to help them in providing healthy environment in the school and to generate positive thinking in the students.

MORAL EDUCATION

Every Saturday, Zero period is reserved for teaching of:-

1. Obedience and self discipline 2. Moral values: Their role and importance

3. Role of religion in character building. 4. Manners and Etiquettes

CELEBRATION OF SPECIAL DAYS

The School celebrates Employer and Employee Day, Independence Day, Teacher's Day, Mat Pita Santan Divas,

Children's Day & Republic Day.

CONTACT NOs for Redressal of Grievances relating to Child Protection

Child Welfare Committee: 0172-2617033

Chandigarh Commission for Protection of Child Rights: 0172-2617032

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CAMPUS

The school has a spacious and well furnished building with sprawling lawns, play grounds, well equipped library, laboratories and computer lab.

Lush green lawns are well maintained with decorative plants and flowers adding to the beauty and ambience of the campus.

C.C. T.V. Cameras have been installed in  all the class rooms and corridors. A new audio visual room has been set up for activity based learning.

CLASS V TO VIII :               English, Math, Science, Social Science, Sanskrit, Drawing, Hindi/Punjabi {1st and 2nd Language}, E.V.S.

CLASS IX & X       :               English {Course A & B} Maths, Social Science, Science, Hindi, Sanskrit, Punjabi, Physical Education, Art Education, Work Experience (Computer Training), E.V.S.

SENIOR STREAM               :               CLASS XI and XII

School  offers all streams Medical, Non Medical, Commerce and Arts. A student is required to select 5 subjects for the opted stream (1 Core & 4 Electives)

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.