General Information

Student absence and withdrawal procedures

  • If your child is absent, please inform the school, preferably your child's class teacher, promptly, in writing.
  • Repeated absence without leave or unexplained absence for more than six consecutive days, will render the student liable to have his/her name struck off the rolls. Re-admission may be granted at the discretion of the Principal.
  • A student returning to school after suffering from an infectious or contagious disease should produce a doctor's certificate permitting him/her to attend the school. This is in the interest of all children.
  • Parents have to give one calendar month's notice for the withdrawal of their wards, failing which, a month's dues in lieu of the notice, will be charged.
  • No child should attend school if he/she is suffering from fever even if there is Test/Exam. The parents should inform the class teacher by either sending in an application or on telephone.
  • A child who remain absent for a test or examination without information will not be awarded any marks for the same.


  • The school will communicate with parents through the almanac (the school diary) of the child. Parents are requested to look into it daily to do the needful. They must sign these entries.

School Session

  • The school will follow a two-term assessment programme. At the end of the term the parents would be invited to discuss the progress of their wards with the concerned teachers. A formal progress report would be given after each term during the Parent-Teacher meeting reflecting the regular evaluation of the child's all round progress during the term.

Importance of Unit Tests

  • There will be a regular assessment of a child's performance in each subject and extensive evaluation carried out by the teachers. On weekends, a revision schedule will be followed. There will be two cycles of unit tests per term for classes V and above.

Scholarships and Prizes

  • The school offers scholarships to deserving and meritorious students. Prizes and awards are awarded every year to students of all classes for both academics and co-curricular activities.
  • The parents are requested not to spend lavishly on food, presents etc. on a child's birthday as it disrupts the normal routine. The school celebrates the birthday of each child in the assembly and a special prayer is said. At the most. parents are requested to send not more than a sweet or two for the children of the class. Anything more than this will be sent back. It is also suggested that the child presents a book to the library with his/her compliments on the occassion of his/her birthday.