St Michael's School
RULES

GENERAL RULES


i. Students are responsible to the School authorities not only for their conduct in School but also for their general behavior outside. Any reported or observed objectionable conduct outside the School on the part of student will make him/her liable to disciplinary action or even removal from the School.

ii. Politeness, courtesy and implicit obedience is expected at all times.

iii. Students should speak in English in the School campus and should maintain high standards in their conversation.

iv. In the absence of a teacher the substitute teacher assumes responsibility. He/She should do his / her duty with utmost loyalty and impartiality.

v. No student will be permitted to leave the school during the school hours. If a student has to go he / she should not be sent to school that day.

vi. The use of unfair means in a test / examination will entail the annulment of the entire test/examination result and may lead to expulsion from school.

vii. Parents / Guardians of the student are requested to sign the diary of their ward as having seen :-

  • the notices sent out periodically.
  • the assignment given to the students for out-of-class hours.
  • exercise books in which work has been assessed.

viii. All pupils must attend classes from the opening day, after each vacation. Absence without a valid leave application and non-payment of fees till the end of July or January, after the Summer or Winter Vacations respectively will bad to the removal of the pupils name from the school rolls. The vacancy so created will be filled up immediately and no re-admission will be possible.

ix. The Principal can, in the interest of the School and lor the pupil concerned, insist on the withdrawal of a pupil I#| for the following reasons :
a) Where a pupil fails to come up to or maintain the academic standards required by the school.
b) Where in the opinion of the Principal a pupil has failed to accept and maintain the discipline of the School and his / her continued presence is detrimental to the moral tone of the school.
c) Where a pupil is suffering from a disease likely to affect the health of others.

x. Suggestions of complaints if any, should be made in writing to the Principal with full name, class and section of the student.

PRIVATE TUITIONS

a) We do not encourage private tuitions to St. Michael's School students by members of the St. Michael's School teaching or office staff.

b) Parents are notified that no member of the teaching sta ( or his / her ) family may give or arrange for tuition to an student of St. Michael's School that he / she is currently teaching.

HOMEWORK

Parents and guardians are requested to see that their wards give proper amount of attention to preparation of homework and that nil students have some opportunity to hear and speak English outside of school. Where parents are able to supervise such homework, private tutors should not be necessary. Private tuitions are not allowed in the school premises, except Remedial Classes which is authorised by the school.

GIFT AND COLLECTION

a) Please note that no member of the staff may accept any gift from or on behalf of individual students at any time except for seasonal flowers, calendars and diaries etc. at the beginning of the year and the toffees the children distribute on their own birthdays.

b) No member of the staff or group of children may take up a collection for any purpose without the knowledge and consent of the Principal. No collections will be permitted for birthdays. No cakes & cold drinks to be brought to school.

LETTERS

All letters to the school may be addressed to the Principal and Inc lude the child's full name, class and section.

BIRTH CERTIFICATE

Bonafide Certificate will be issued to students on written request hum parents on payment of Rs. 100/- each time.

LIBRARY RULES

a) All students from Classes VI to XII are members of the Library. There they are encouraged to read books and magazines.

b) Each student is given a Readers Card for borrowing books.

c) The students are responsible for the books issued on their card.

d) The books are issued for one week and can be renewed if not in demand.Success shall come and go; Values shall forever be with you.

STUDIES

The School has classes from Pre - Nursery to XII. It is Affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, New Delhi. The Syllabus followed is that of the Curriculum set by CISCE. ThJ students are prepared for the ICSE and ISC Examinations The Curriculum for ICSE includes (i) English, (ii)

Second Language ( Hindi / Bengali ] (iii) History, Civics and Geography, (iv) Science ( Physics, Chemist: Biology) / EVS, (v) Mathematics, (vi) Economic Application / Computer| Application, (vii) Commercial Studies, (viii) Economics.

In conformity with the objectives of the School, Moral Science is an essential part of the curriculum. Socially Useful Productive Work (SUPW) is also stressed upon and assessed by the School Authorities, as directed by the Council at Delhi. Co-curricular activities form an important part of the school curriculum and every child is expected to take part in the social and the cultural activities of the school.

EXAMINATIONS

There will be only two semesters (First Term and Second Term ) in an academic year for Classes Nursery - IX and XI Each semester will consist of one unit test ( in each subject) of 20 marks each and one Terminal examination of 80 marks, which will be held at the end of each semester. Thus the marks allotted for each subject per semester is 100.

1. Any leave applied for during the test or examinations, will be at the risk of the student and will not be taken into consideration in determining promotion.

2. Students will be disqualified if they are detected giving or obtaining or attempting to give or obtain, unfair assistance during tests or examination.

PUNCTUALITY, ATTENDANCE, ABSENCE & SICKNESS

1. Students who come late will not be allowed to attend school that day.

2. No leave of absence will be granted during the session except under very special circumstances.

3. Request for leave on medical grounds must be supported by a certificate from a Registered Medical Practitioner.

4. Absentees on re-joining must produce a letter from their parents / guardian explaining the cause of absence supported by a Medical Certificate in case of illness.

5. STUDENTS AFFECTED BY INFECTIOUS DISEASES OR EXPOSED TO SUCH DISEASE IN THEIR HOMES MUST COMPLETE THE QUARANTINE ( 21 DAYS ) PERIOD BEFORE REJOINING SCHOOL. SUCH STUDENTS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO SIT IN THE CLASS ROOM WITH OTHER HEALTHY STUDENTS. MEDICAL CERTIFICATE STATING FITNESS BEFORE 21 DAYS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
Irregular attendance will hamper the child's progress and parents are earnestly requested not to keep their children out of school; except when an urgent need arises. Promotion may be refused if attendance is less than 85%.

SCHOOL TIMINGS

Summer : 7.30 a.m. to 1.30 p.m. ( Classes III to XII)
7.30 a.m. to 12.55 p.m. ( Classes II)
7.30 a.m. to 12.20 p.m. ( Classes K. G. & I )
7.30 a.m. to 11.45 a.m. ( Class Nursery )
8.15 a.m. to 10.45 a.m. ( Class Pre - Nursery )
Winter : Same as above.

SCHOOL TIMINGS

Monday to Friday : 10 .00 a.m. to 2.00 p.m.

VISITING HOURS

Principal: Tuesday & Thursday
09.00 a.m. to 11.00 p.m.
Vice-Principal : Tuesday & Thursday
08.00 a.m. to 09.00 p.m

INTRODUCTION

All the rules and regulations governing the Secondary Section, explained in the foregoing prospectus of the school calendar, are equall applicable to the Plus Two Section, specially those regarding the unifor discipline, withdrawal, dismissal, absence, text books and statione parental co-operation, tests, examinations, etc.

1. Students from other Boards will be admitted after getting eligibili certificate from our Examination Board, on application. They be admitted provisionally first and then confirmed if our Board satisfied with their marks and issues eligibility certificates in th favour.

2. Only students from English medium are eligible to join our Plus T< Course.

3. Admission to class XI will be confirmed only after the Board Exa Results are out, depending on the marks scored in the Examinations.

4. Admission forms for Class XI will be available at the school office. These must duly be filled up and submitted to the Principal personally by the student concerned, accompanied by their Parents / Guardians.

5. Two Xerox copies of their class X results along with a character certificate from the Principal of their respective schools must be submitted along with the Admission forms.

6. T. C. in original and Board Exams results with two xerox copies are Id be submitted as soon as they are available.

7. Original results must be produced for verification and attestation.

8. The selected students must pay three months fees at the time of admission w.e.f. April of the current year.

SUBJECTS OFFERED FOR PLUS-TWO SECTION
SESSION : 2017 -18
SCIENCE COMMERCE COMMERCE
ENGLISH (Compulsory) ENGLISH (Compulsory) HISTORY
PHYSICS ACCOUNTS ENGLISH (Compulsory)
CHEMISTRY COMMERCE POLITICAL SCIENCE
MATHEMATICS / BIOLOGY MATHEMATICS / GEOGRAPHY MATHEMATICS / GEOGRAPHY
BIOLOGY /COMPUTER SCIENCE/ ECONOMICS / COMPUTER SCIENCE ECONOMICS / COMPUTER SCIENCE
BENGALI/HINDI/ ELECTIVE ENGLISH BENGALI / HINDI / ELECTIVE ENGLISH BENGALI / HINDI / ELECTIVE ENGLISH

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