To remain recognized as one of the best CBSE school in Kolkata, admission of any ward mandates a few rules and regulations that need to be adhered to without fail.
Speaking in English : The school being on the top private schools in Kolkata, insists that students speak in English and utilise every opportunity to communicate in English within the school campus and while representing the school outside. Parents are requested to encourage and insist upon their wards to do the same and nurture their English language skills, which shall lead them to achieve success in their lives.
Marks will be allotted for communication skill as a part of a continuous assessment.
UNFAIR MEANS :Should any student be found using unfair means during an examination, their papers will be cancelled and the concerned students will be debarred taking subsequent examination. The final decision regarding the same will be taken by school authorities. This may also adversely affect the co-scholastic grades of the student.
Parents are requested to note that no school teacher can be appointed as private tutor for their ward(s). This has to be strictly adhered to.
School uniform and grooming : Students should enter school premises in neat and proper school uniform along with acceptable and prescribed hairstyle (hair-gel, coloured hair and fashionable hair-styling is prohibited). Properly polished and clean black shoes (exception: when PT uniform is prescribed) should be worn to school. They must abide by the code of the school uniform on special class days, school functions or activities and whenever they represent the school at external functions.
Students must not enter any place of entertainment like theatres, multiplexes or restaurants in school uniform unless they are sent by the school.
Punctuality and discipline : Punctuality, cleanliness, discipline, good study habits and performance enhancement must be inculcated in the pupils. Parents should insist upon their wards in this regard. Progress and periodic reports, homework as mentioned in the diary must be regularly scrutinized and signed by guardians. Students with irregular attendance may be severely penalized at the time of evaluation tests. They should strictly be discouraged from being absent willfully. Attendance in school on the re-opening day after each vacation is a must. For any unavoidable reason if a student is forced to come late, it should be informed to the authorities. Irregular attendance, habitual idleness, insubordination and disobedience, bad conduct, stealing, any form of verbal or written obscenity, using unfair means in examination, activities liable to be injurious to others shall justify refusal of promotion or dismissal of the ward as deemed fit by the school authority. Guardians are requested to cooperate with the authorities of the school regarding these aspects for the well-balanced development and well-being of their wards. If any student is unable to attend an examination, owing to medical situations, the school tries its best to accommodate, with the guidelines followed by CBSE schools.
Moral Behavior and Attitude: Though matters of discipline are discussed above, yet special attention is given to ensure high standard of moral behaviour and discipline in the school to build up good and just attitude. Students are to address the administrative authorities, principal, teachers and members of the staff with respect and politeness. Students must not be involved in any act of misconduct or indiscipline in the school or on their way to and from the school, which may affect the reputation or tarnish the name of the school. No reading materials and pictures of objectionable nature shall be brought to school. No electronic gadgets, cell phones or any other expensive and valuable articles or jewelleries shall be brought to school unnecessarily. Cell phones or any other electronic gadgets if found will be confiscated. Students must not use any tobacco products or any kind of intoxicants during their school career. Students caught with such articles in school will be subjected to strict disciplinary measures which may lead to suspension or withdrawal of the student (s) as deemed fit by the authority. Penalty will be imposed if any damage is done to the school property.
Assembly : Students must reach school before the assembly session and need to be present during assembly. They must be disciplined and observe the proceedings of the assembly with mark of respect. The proceedings of the assembly is secular in nature and emphasises on the development of the child’s personality, sociability, solidarity and spirituality.
Co-curricular Activities: Every student is encouraged to take part in the co-curricular activities of the school as a part of their civic training and make the educational program wholesome and comprehensive. Activities like games and sports, quiz, music dance, dramatics, debate, public speaking and elocution, social service, etc. are some common programs of our school. Adventure sports have been added to the activities to bring on teamwork and physical health of the students. In addition, there is a compulsory floor exercise class held once a week and all students are required to take part in it. No student will be allowed to abstain from physical exercise classes without a doctor’s certificate.
Loss of articles:Students should be very careful about the safe custody of their personal belongings (e.g. books, other stationary, uniform, etc.) The school will not be responsible for loss of any article. However, to prevent loss, the students should mark their books, articles, umbrella and other items with their names and symbols. The students may enquire about their lost items in the ‘lost and found’ section in the school office.
Maintaining the school diary :Parents and students are expected to follow the school diary on a regular basis to keep themselves updated with the school proceeding. Students must communicate their regular homework, monthly attendance record, punctuality record and all other communications on behalf of the school to their guardians. Parents are requested to note that occasional remarks / communication from the teachers are sent through the diary, therefore it is crucial to go through the school diary and sign, whenever necessary, to acknowledge such communication. In case the parents / guardians need to communicate to the school, they can do so through written application addressed to the Principal.
Library books: Students must not mark or write on the books they borrow from the school library or peers. They must not tear the pages of these publications. They must take care of the library books and C.D.s and return them by the due date to avoid penalty. Taking utmost care of the library books and school property is their responsibility.
Parent-Teacher Meeting : We intend to exchange our ideas with parents / guardians at regular intervals by organizing ‘Parent-Teacher Meeting’, which they need to attend to discuss the students’ progress and problems. However, parents / guardians are not allowed to go to classrooms during class hours. The dates of the meeting will be notified in advance (please refer to the school diary for all communication).
Other Meetings : The Administrative authorities, Principal and other members of the staff will meet the parents only when prior appointment is taken. Parents who wish to discuss their ward’s issues or / and progress with any of the teachers are advised to send their request in writing to the authorities and seek a prior appointment. Kindly note that in case of such event which may arise concerning a child, then his / her parents when called for should meet the concerned authority or / and teachers to discuss such matter depending on the gravity of the matter.
Evaluations : Students are evaluated through Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) system in scholastic areas using different tools and techniques. In case of pen-paper test, the students must not adapt any unfair means and are expected to strictly follow the test rules.
Promotions : A students has to get qualifying grade separately in scholastic and co-scholastic areas.