General Instructions

School Uniform

  • For boys from Std. I to VII : Royal Blue Shorts and Light Blue Shirt.

  • For girls from Std.I to VII : Royal Blue tunics (5 cm below the knees), Light Blue blouse

  • For boys from Std.VIII to XII : Royal Blue pants and Light Blue shirt

  • For girls from Std.VIII to XII : Salwar & Dupatta - Royal Blue, Kurta below the knees - Light Blue

     

  • Black leather / canvas shoes with black socks.
  • Proper badge & belt should be worn.
  • During rainy season, students may wear black rainy sandals. No slippers, chappals or sandals will be permitted any day.
  • During winter, students should wear Navy blue sweaters.
  • Girl students having long hair should tie two plaits with sky blue ribbons & with short hair should wear sky blue bands. Boys must have proper short haircut.
  • Students must have their nails cut short. No nail polish or mehendi should be applied.
  • Students should not wear finger rings, bracelets, chains or long hanging ear rings.
  • Parents should ensure that their children shall wear clean, tidy and well-ironed uniform every day.

Guidelines for Discipline

  • Students must come to school before 07:25 a. m. Students should be accompanied by their parents till the school gate only.
  • Students should not carry money, mobile phones, CDs and others materials which are not related to Studies.
  • Every student is expected to read page nos. 20 to 25 of the School Diary 2016 - 17 and follow it strictly. If anybody is found breaking the rule / instruction mentioned therein, his / her misbehavior will be entered in his / her school diary. If there is no improvement in his / her behaviour, then poor / satisfactory remark will be written/entered against conduct in his / her progress report card.
  • Students are not allowed to leave the school premises during recess.
  • Students should bring Chappatis & bhaji or such other healthy food and water bottle. They should get a napkin also. They should clean themselves and the place after eating.
  • Action will be taken for the acts of indiscipline ( late coming, misbehaviour in the school premises, not completing home work etc.)
  • Discipline during School Hours :
  • Students should leave the class only with the permission of the teacher in the class.
  • Students should move in a single file towards left, hands tied back and silently without making any sound of the shoes while going to the Assembly / Labs / Library / for PT.
  • Students should reach the class after PT / Lab / Library period in time without getting late for the next class.
  • III Attendance and leave

  • At least 75% attendance is essential.
  • Leave of absence in writing should be submitted to the Class Teacher.
  • No pupil suffering from a contagious or infectious disease will be allowed to attend the school.
  • Examination and promotion

    As per the continuous comprehensive evaluation adopted for classes I to VIII, students are evaluated under two heads 

  • Formative evaluation
  • Summative evaluation
  • Formative evaluation is done as under :

  • Daily observation / class work
  • Demonstration, experiments, activities etc.
  • Project work
  • Assignments / H. W. etc.
  • Class tests, open book tests etc.
  • Summative evaluation is done on the basis of I Semester and II Semester Examinations. The percentage of weightage given for Formative and Summative evaluation is as under :

Std.

Formative

Summative

Total per Semester

Oral / Practical

Written

I & II

80

10

10

100

III & IV

70

10

20

100

V & VI

60

10

30

100

VII & VIII

50

10

40

100

 

For Classes IX & XI

There will be two unit tests for Std IX (one per Semester), Continuous Assessment for Std XI and two semester examinations for both the standards. Based on the performance of the student in the tests and exams and internal assessment, HW, assignment, class test etc. student's average marks will be calculated for promotion.

For Classes X & XII

There will be one unit test in the I Semester, Semester exam at the end of the First Semester and two Preliminary Examinations before the Board Exam.

Note to students:

  • Wilful breach of any of the regulations of the conduct of the examination is punishable with expulsion from the examination hall and the cancellation of the paper. Students caught copying or attempting to copy or helping another to copy in any exam or test will not be awarded any marks for that particular paper.
  • A pupil failing two years in succession in standards IX and XI will be asked to withdraw from the school.
  • Library Rules

  • Enter the library with the permission of the librarian.
  • Silence should be maintained in the library & library material should be used with care.
  • Issue of books  during library periods.
  • Writing names, drawing figures or lines, writing comments in the books & tearing pages are strictly prohibited.
  • Laboratory Rules

  • Enter the laboratory with the permission of the teacher.
  • Observe silence in the laboratory during the practical class.
  • Get acquainted with the laboratory equipments.
  • Handle the apparatus carefully.
  • Keep your working table neat and clean.
  • Do not disturb the arrangement of the apparatus.
  • Throw all the waste ( glass pieces, used filter papers, extinguished match sticks etc.) in the dust bin. Do not throw them in the sink.
  • Close the water taps and gas taps immediately after use.
  • Do not touch any chemical with your hands.
  • Bring with you the rough journal. Enter your readings immediately in the rough journal
  • Journals should be prepared in time and the signature of teacher obtained before the next practical class.
  • Students should abide by the instructions of the teacher and the lab assistant.