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Code Of Conduct For Students

  1. The following acts and conduct on the part of the students will amount to misconduct :
    • Misbehaviour towards teachers or any other employee of the school.
    • Intentional disturbance of classes.
    • Absence from classes without the permission of the teacher HMs/Vice-Principal / Principal
    • Bullying/intimidation of others.
    • Eve-teasing/misbehaviour towards girl-students.
    • Damaging / disfiguring school property.
    • Propagating a strike / disruption of classes.
    • Association with banned organizations.
    • Propagating communal/caste feeling amongst the students.
    • Indulging in physical violence in any manner.
    • Disobeying lawful orders of the teacher/Vice-Principal/Principal
    • Bringing unauthorized people / articles inside the school.
    • Theft / pilferage of school / student’s property.
    • Any behaviour unbecoming of a student.
    • Indulging in acts of moral turpitude.
    • Use of prohibited drugs or alcohol
    • Usage of abusive language, slangs or any offensive words meant to insult or demean someone.
  2. In above acts of misconduct, Principal shall take suitable action as per observations of the disciplinary committee depending on the gravity of the misconduct, which may include:
    • Oral / written warnings to the student and parents.
    • Suspension from attending classes / school for a specified period.
    • Recovery of loss to school property
    • Issue of Transfer Certificate
    • Expulsion / Rustication from school.
  3. The purpose of code of conduct
    • Promote disciplined and responsible behavior coupled with an understanding of respect for the rights of learners, members of staff and school community.
    • Ensure the safety and fair treatment of all learners.
    • Safeguard the integrity of the school so that it provides a safe and harmonious learning environment.
    • Clarify for learners the behavior and conduct expected of them and the values attached.

 

STUDENT BEHAVIOR
 
Students have the responsibility to avoid any behavior that is detrimental to achieving their own or other students’ educational goals. Students must cooperate in taking reasonable care of books, other instructional materials, technology, and encourage a climate where learning is cherished.
 
RESPECT FOR STAFF
 
Students have the responsibility of showing respect for the knowledge and the authority of school staff. Students must obey directions; use only acceptable and courteous language; and avoid actions that show contempt of authority appeal decisions through the channels as described in this Code. Assaults on school staff will not be tolerated. Bullying, harassment and/or cyber-bullying towards school staff are equally prohibited.
 
RESPECT FOR STUDENTS
 
Students have the responsibility of showing respect for the rights and human dignity of fellow students. For example, students must not engage in name calling, fighting, harassment, bullying, belittling or engaging in deliberate attempts to embarrass or harm another student.
 
STUDENT IDENTIFICATION
 
All students must identify themselves upon request of school staff. All  school students are required to wear student ID cards on campus. The ID badge must be clearly displayed on the front of the student.
 
INSUBORDINATION
 
A student will not ignore or refuse to comply with directions or instructions given by school authorities. Refusing to open a book, write an assignment, work with another student, work in a group, take a test, or perform any other class or school- related activity not listed herein, refusing to leave a hallway or any other school area, or running away from school staff when told to stop all constitute insubordination.
 
REFUSAL TO IDENTIFY SELF
 
Refusing to show or wear an identification card and/or give your correct name when requested by school personnel, or using another person’s name or identity.
 
STUDENT DEMONSTRATIONS
 
Any form of protest or demonstration that disrupts the normal educational process or that is conducted in a manner that violates legal restraints.
 
  
USE OF ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION DEVICES (“ECD”) SMART PHONES, CELLULAR PHONES OR OTHER DEVICES THAT CAUSEDISRUPTION WHILE ON SCHOOL PROPERTY
 
Use of these devices is prohibited on school property, including parking lots, gymnasiums, halls, classrooms, and buses until  unless permission is granted by a school administrator.  Devices will be confiscated if carried.   Devices may be searched if there is reasonable suspicion that the search will uncover evidence of further violations of district policies or law or injury to a student.  Confiscated smart phones, cell phones, personal communication devices will be returned to the parent/guardian at the end of the school term.
 
IMPROPER OR UNAUTHORIZED USE OF SCHOOL MATERIALS/EQUIPMENT
 
Using any school equipment, technology without obtaining prior approval of an administrator or teacher or improper use of any school equipment, technology or materials.
                       
CHEATING/ACADEMIC MISCONDUCT
 
A student will not plagiarize, cheat, gain unauthorized access to, or tamper with educational materials.
 
DISORDERLY CONDUCT
 
A student will not harass others or misbehave in a manner that causes disruption or obstruction to the educational process. Disruption caused by talking, making noises, throwing objects or otherwise distracting another constitutes disorderly conduct. Behavior is considered disorderly if a teacher is prevented from starting an activity or lesson, or has to stop instruction to address the disruption.
 
INAPPROPRIATE DISPLAYS OF AFFECTION
 
Students will not engage in inappropriate displays of affection.
 
LOITERING/TRESPASSING
 
A student will not enter upon the premises of the school, other than the location to which the student is assigned, without authorization from proper school authorities.
 
OBJECTIONABLE CONDUCT
 
A student will not orally, in writing, electronically, or with photographs or drawings direct profanity, insulting, obscene or other objectionable gestures toward any other person.
 
THREATS OF VIOLENCE/INTIMIDATION
 
Written, verbal or physical conduct, or electronic communication, that is intended to place one or more persons in fear of 14 harm.
 
POSSESSION OF DANGEROUS OBJECTS
 
Dangerous objects, guns or knives explosives, firecrackers, clubs, mace, pepper spray and other irritant sprays.
 
 Possession is defined to include:
 
  • Carrying the item; or
  • Storing the item in a space used by or assigned to a student such as a locker or a desk; or
  • Having the item under one’s control such as hiding a weapon in the building or on school grounds; or
  • Voluntarily permitting another person to store the item in an assigned school space without reporting it to staff members.
 
USE OR POSSESSION OF ILLEGAL OR CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES OR MATERIALS
 
Illegal or controlled substances include tobacco, alcohol, narcotics, drugs prohibited by law, over the counter medicines and prescription medications not prescribed for use by the student in possession of them.
 
THEFT OR RECEIPT OF STOLEN PROPERTY
 
Taking or conspiring to take without permission of the owner or custodian or receiving or possessing property known to be stolen.
 
EXTORTION, COERCION OR BLACKMAIL
 
Obtaining money or property (something of value) from an unwilling person or forcing an individual to act by either physical force or intimidation (threat).
 
DEFACEMENT OF PROPERTY
 
A student will not willfully cause defacement of or damage to property belonging to the school or belonging to school personnel or persons in attendance at the school. Actions such as writing in school textbooks or library books, writing on desks or walls, carving into woodwork, desks, or tables and spray-painting surfaces are acts of defacement.
 
INTERFERENCE WITH OR INTIMIDATION OF SCHOOL PERSONNEL
 
Preventing or attempting to prevent school personnel from engaging in their 15 lawful duties through threats of violence, harassment or intimidation.
 
INTERFERENCE WITH THE MOVEMENT OF PUPILS IN AND OUT OF SCHOOLS, BETWEEN SCHOOLS, OR BETWEEN HOME AND AN ASSIGNED SCHOOL
 
Any action that prevents or delays scheduled transportation of pupils to and from school or that prevents pupils from entering or leaving schools at scheduled hours, or that causes fear or jeopardy to students while walking to and from an assigned school.
 
HARASSMENT
 
Written, verbal, or physical conduct that is persistent or pervasive that causes emotional distress or does the following to one or more students directly or indirectly:
 
  • Substantially interferes with educational opportunities
  • Adversely affects the ability of students to participate in or benefit from school programs; or
  • Causes a substantial disruption to the orderly operation of schools.
 
GAMBLING
 
Participating in games of chance or skill for money or profit.
 
ADMITTANCE OF UNAUTHORIZED INDIVIDUALS INTO SCHOOL BUILDINGS
 
The act of knowingly and intentionally admitting or allowing an unauthorized person(s) into any school building, without expressed permission from the authorized person, through any unopened door or unmonitored point of entry in a manner that breaches any method of established security.
 
VERBAL ABUSE
 
Name-calling, racial or ethnic slurs or derogatory statements directed at, and offensive to, another person.
 
FORGERY/GIVING FALSE INFORMATION OR IDENTIFICATION
 
Intentionally misrepresenting information to school district personnel, such as giving false information, false identification or signing another person’s name to a document.
 
ABUSE OF TECHNOLOGY
 
The act of tampering with or unauthorized use of computer hardware or software, including loading unauthorized software, making unauthorized copies of software, tampering with the hard drive, infection of computers with viruses, unauthorized internet access, unauthorized access to another’s files, computers, or computer systems, and computer network “hacking.”
 
FIGHTING
 
A physical confrontation between one or more students that may cause serious injury.
 
SEXUAL HARASSMENT
 
Unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature which:
 
• Substantially interferes with the student’s educational opportunities; or
• Creates an intimidating, hostile or offensive educational environment; or
• Otherwise adversely affects a student’s educational opportunities.
 
Forwarding, sending, using, sharing, viewing or possessing a sexually explicit image via text message, email, social networking websites and/or other electronic means using school property (computers, devices, networks, or servers) on school grounds or at school sponsored activities/events. Acts that occur off school grounds, outside of school-sponsored activities or on student owned devices that result in disruption to the orderly operation of school environment are punishable under this provision.
 
FALSE ALARM
 
Activating a fire alarm system in any school building on school property and/or reporting a fire or bomb when none exists.
In above acts of misconduct, Principal shall take suitable action as per observations of the disciplinary committee depending on the gravity of the misconduct, which may include:
 
  • Oral / written warnings to the student and parents.
  • Suspension from attending classes / school for a specified period.
  • Recovery of loss to school property
  • Issue of Transfer Certificate
  • Expulsion / Rustication from school.

Academic Policy

PROMOTION POLICY   FOR CLASS XI

Attendance

75% attendance is mandatory for promotion to the next higher class.

15% shortage in attendance can be condoned on account of Medical grounds (To be validated with Medical Certificate)

Case of a candidate with attendance less than 60% shall be put up to the Principal for condonation purposes.

For promotion to the next higher class a student must secure an aggregate total of 40% marks and above with a minimum ‘C’ grade in internal Assessment.

In subjects involving practical work, a candidate must obtain 33% marks in theory & 33% marks in the practicals separately to qualify the examination.

The weightage’s accorded to each exam in terms of marks is:

UT   : 30         HY    :     25            &          Finals   :   45 

U.T.

H.Y

ANNUAL

TOTAL

M.M. 30

Pass Marks  9

M.M. 25

8.5

M.M. 45

15

100

33

A student scoring less than 33% marks (Final Examinations as well as Cumulative Score) in 03 or more subjects will be DETAINED in the same class.

A student scoring less than 33% marks. (Final Examination as well as Cumulative Score) in one or two subjects will be placed in the ‘COMPARTMENT CATEGORY’.

A student who is placed in the ‘COMPARTMENT CATEGORY’ must score 33% marks in the Compartment Exam to be promoted to the next higher class failing which he/she will be placed in ‘DETAINED CATEGORY’.

There will be no second improvement examination for Cls XI.

 


PROMOTION POLICY  FOR CLASSES VI, VII, VIII & IX

1.         Attendance

a)           75% attendance is mandatory for promotion to the next higher class. 

b)           15% shortage in attendance can be condoned on account of Medical grounds (To be validated with Medical Certificate) 

c)           Case of a candidate with attendance less than 60% shall be put up to the Principal for condonation.

2.           To be promoted to the next higher class a student must secure ‘D’ Grade in the aggregate and a minimum of ‘D’ Grade in each subject (Summative-II /Cumulative Grade).

3.           A student scoring less than ‘D’ Grade (Summative-II /Cumulative Grade) in 03 or more subjects will be DETAINED in the same class.

4.           For Classes VI, VII & VIII.  A student scoring less than ‘D’ Grade (Summative-II /Cumulative Grade) in one or two subjects will be placed in the ‘EIOP Category (Eligible for Improvement of Performance)’.

5.           A student who is placed in the ‘EIOP Category (Eligible for Improvement of Performance)’. must score 33% marks in the Improvement Examination to be promoted to the next higher class failing which he/she will be placed in ‘DETAINED CATEGORY’

  •    For Class IX Only.   As per the amended CBSE Bye-Laws,  a student must score minimum 25% marks in Summative-I and Summative-II  (to be taken together) in order to be promoted to next class.

 


 

 It is mandatory to appear for the SA1 and SA2 as per C.B.S.E. rules.

Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation

CCE is a process to provide holistic profile of the learner through regular assessment of scholastic and co-scholastic domains of development. It is a scheme of evaluation prescribed by the CBSE and the school will follow it for classes I to X.

  • It aims at making evaluation an integral part of the teaching-learning process.
  • The term 'continuous' focuses on the regularity and continuity in assessment.
  • The term 'comprehensive' means assessment of the holistic development of the learner in cognitive, effective and psychomotor domains. It also includes use of a variety of tools and techniques for assessment of the learners.
  • 'Scholastic' refers to those aspects which are related to the intellect. It includes assessment in
    • Academic Subjects
    • Work Experience
    • Physical and Health Education
    • Art Education
  • 'Co-scholastic' refers to those aspects which are related primarily to hand and heart. It includes assessment in
    • Life Skills
    • Attitudes and Values
    • Outdoor Activities / Clubs / Skills

Formative and Summative Assessment

Formative and summative are modes of assessing and evaluating the learner.

Formative Assessment is a process used by a teacher to continuously monitor a student's progress in a non-threatening and supportive environment. It provides platform for active involvement of students in their own learning e.g. assignments and projects, field trips, creative writing, seminars and class tests.

Summative assessment is carried out at the end of a course of learning. It is usually a graded test i.e. marked according to a scale or set of grades.

Grading Scale (For School Assessment)
Assessment areas :Grading Scale (Point)
Part 1 A : Scholastic
Part 1 B : Scholastic
9
5
Part 2 : Co-Scholastic
Part 2 A : Life Skills
Part 2 B : Attitudes & Values

5
3
Part 3 : Co-Scholastic
Part 3 A : Co-curricular Activities
Part 3 B : Health & Physical Education

3
3

Grading System For Scholastic - 1A
For classes : VI-VIII (School Assessment) For classes : IX-X
MarksGradeGrade Point
91-100 A1 10
81-90 A2 9
71-80 B1 8
61-70 B2 7
51-60 C1 6
41-50 C2 5
33-40 D 4
21-32 E1 3
0-20 E2 2
MarksGradeGrade Point
91-100 A1 10
81-90 A2 9
71-80 B1 8
61-70 B2 7
51-60 C1 6
41-50 C2 5
33-40 D 4
21-32 E1
00-20 E2

Promotion Policy

School Policy On Reshuffling Of Students - Beginning Of New Academic Session

  1. Following is the criteria for reshuffling fresh promotions to the next higher class :
    1. There should be a balance between Girl-Boy Sex Ratio in each class as far as possible (Keeping in mind the declining girl child sex ratio, a ratio of 2 : 1 (for every two boys one girl) can be taken into account only if the situation demands).
    2. Even though the level of intelligence increases with age for class rooms to operate in neutral gear, each class should have an equal distribution of outstanding (O) to satisfactory (E) grades.
    3. The class representatives in consultation with parallel class teachers are to ensure students good at sports, co-curricular and extra curricular activities are equally distributed as far as possible.
    4. All students need attention, however, students identified as attention seekers or for any behavioural problem, it is preferred that they are equally distributed into 04 sections for better class room management and individual attention of the teacher.
  2. The procedure to be adopted for reshuffling is:
    1. Divide the total number of students i.e. 184 into equal number of boys and girls or if not equal, segregate the boys and girls of a class.
    2. Now, with the strength available for Boys & Girls, divide them – first Boys and then girls on the basis of grades allotted by the school.

    One Case is Shown For You All

    If there are 90 boys in Grade III with the following grades

    Grades      A   =  20,         B  =  16,            C   =  14,     D   =  30  &       E   =  10   = 90

    No of Sections  (Four) A      B      C      D,    the allotment will be as follows :

    GradesNo of GradesDistribution 
    A 20 05 05 05 05
    B 16 04 04 04 04
    C 14 03 03 03 03 (keep aside these 2 students)
    D 30 07 07 07 07 (keep aside these 2 students)
    E 10 02 02 02 02 (keep aside these 2 students)

The same can be repeated with the strength of Girls

The students kept aside in a separate column can be added to that section, wherever we need to strike a balance on the total strength of any of the 04 sections. A variation of + 2 in total strength of the 04 section, if exists is unavoidable.

Since, promotion is mandatory for each child in classes I – VII, reshuffling of all students will be carried out latest by 20 Mar 12 under the supervision of class Representatives (2013-14).

A printed list should be displayed for information of parents outside each class with the name of class representative, class teacher duly signed by the vice principal latest by 20 march 2013.

 

Mismuster Examination Policy and Evaluation / Promotion Policy for Class I - V Session-2015-16

 

REVISED INCENTIVE SCHEME (2015-16) AND ADMISSION POLICY AT +2 FOR OUTSTANDING ACHIEVERS IN GAMES AND SPORTS


REVISED INCENTIVE SCHEME (2015-16) AND ADMISSION POLICY AT +2

FOR OUTSTANDING ACHIEVERS IN GAMES AND SPORTS

 

Category A

Any student who has represented the country at the Senior, Junior and Sub Junior in any international sports competition recognized by the Federations in the following games shall be entitled for full freeship for one Academic session. The same shall be reviewed on year to year basis.

  1. Athletics
  2. Foot Ball
  3. Hockey
  4. Cricket
  5. Basket Ball
  6. Tennis
  7. Table Tennis
  8. Volley Ball
  9. Judo
  10. Skating
  11. Skipping
  12. Swimming
  13. Gymnastics
  14. Badminton

Category B

A student who has been awarded Gold Medal at the National Level Competition in any recognized game as per the list shall be eligible for 100% freeship for a period of one Academic Year. The same shall be reviewed on year to year basis.

A school team reaching at the national level tournament recognized by Federations/Indian Olympic Association or CBSE each team member shall be entitled for 25% concessions in the Tuition Fees.

Any individual player playing at the national level in a recognized shall also be entitled for 50% concession in the Tuition fees.

Any team or individual reaching final at any of the national game shall also be entitled for fee concession up to 75% in the Tuition Fee.

Category C

A student who has been awarded Silver Medal at the National Level Competition in any recognized game as per the list shall be eligible for 50% freeship for a period of one Academic Year. The same shall be reviewed on year to year basis.

Category D

A student who has been awarded Bronze Medal at the National Level Competition in any recognized game as per the list shall be eligible for 25% freeship for a period of one Academic Year. The same shall be reviewed on year to year basis.

Category E

A student who has been awarded Gold Medal at the State Level Competition in any recognized game as per the list shall be eligible for monthly scholarship @ Rs. 1000/- per month for a period of one Academic Year. The same shall be reviewed on year to year basis.

Category F

A student who has been awarded Silver Medal at the State Level Competition in anyrecognized game as per the list shall be eligible for monthly scholarship @ Rs. 500/- per month for a period of one Academic Year. The same shall be reviewed on year to year basis.

Relaxation for special achievers in sports for admission to class XI

A student who has been awarded Gold or Silver medal at the international, National and the State level competitions in the recognized games shall be considered for admission to class XI with following relaxation.

This special concession is reserved for internal students

A student who has secured minimum 7 CGPA/ B1 grade in class X CBSE Examination shall be eligible for admission to class XI in Commerce Stream under sports quota

Other incentives for special achievers:

  1. Free kits upto Rs. 5000/- to the individual player
  2. Relaxation in attendance for the period that the student is attending training camp or going to participate in any competition sponsored by the school
  3. The School shall also provide extra support in the form of remedial classes, class notes, arrangement of special examination or any other help that the child requires to improve his or her performance in academics.
  4. Team participating in any competition outside Delhi in a recognized competition shall be entitled to travel by AC 3 tier train including Shatabdi and Rajdhani and the train fare shall be borne entirely by the school.
  5. School team or the individual player participating in a recognized tournament in any part of the world shall be entitled for Air Travel (Economy class) concession upto 50%. The coach / Manager travelling with the team shall also be entitled for 50% air travel concession (Economy Class). However, prior approval for the participation of the team for any International competition should be obtained from the Secretary and Chairman of the school.
  6. Team Manager/Coach travelling with the team shall be eligible for three tier A C train. School shall bear the expenses
  7. Team members including Manager shall be entitled for free refreshment maximum @ Rs. 40.00/- per head, participating in any local recognised sports competitions, sponsored by the school. However, the maximum amount fixed for refreshment shall be revised every alternative year.

Cyber Policy

Acceptable Use Policy

  • The computer systems at school are for the benefit of the whole community.
  • All students (Class I – XII) who use these facilities must abide by the following regulations, which place reasonable limitations on behavior and usage to protect the School from misuse of its systems.

General Computer Use at School

Students :

  • Must respect school equipment and not damage, mark fiddle with or move IT equipment from their normal position.
  • Must inform teachers if they find any damage to a computer immediately they sit in their place.
  • Must only use their own user area and not attempt to access other user’s areas or files.
  • Must keep their password secret from other people and change it immediately if they consider it is known by others.
  • May only use the computer for school Project work / Inter School events ensuring that their user area only contains items related to school work.
  • May use flash drives or other media if installed on the computers, but only for purposes of transferring or saving their work. Attempting to run any programs from removable media is strictly forbidden.
  • May not eat or drink whilst sitting at a computer station.
  • May not try to obtain unauthorized access to programs, services, areas and facilities on site or at other internet sites (usually referred to as ‘hacking’) using school facilities.
  • Must not intentionally attempt to install any software or viruses on to school equipment.
  • Must not intentionally waste resources (e.g. paper and ink) or violate copyright law.

Internet Use

All internet access is filtered to try to reduce the chance of students accessing inappropriate materials.

Students :

  • Must receive permission from a member of staff before accessing the internet.
  • Must access only appropriate sites for their work; any attempt to bypass filtering system or access social networking sites or chat rooms will be with the express permission of a teacher for a work related item.
  • Must not claim to be representing the school in an official capacity when using the internet or e-mail or website.
  • Must not use any internet services to purchase goods nor any payments.

On the Internet – Play Safe (Every Child Matters)

As the internet allows you to do more and more online, it is extremely important to be aware of the dangers and how to stay safe.

Internet safety basics

  • Use social networks’ privacy settings so only your friends can see your stuff.
  • Never open an email from an unknown source – it may contain viruses that can harm a computer.
  • Don’t send pictures to strangers or view pictures that strangers send you.
  • Passwords should be kept private (except from parents).

Strategies for responsible -- and safer -- online life

  • There’s no such thing as “private” online. Anything posted can be seen by or forwarded to strangers.
  • Must know what’s okay to post. Teen years are full of self-expression and rebellion. Just make sure that your you know your rules about suggestive material or other content that will reflect poorly on you. This means no embarrassing or cruel posts, no hate speech or groups, no compromising pictures you wouldn’t want the whole world to see.
  • Be a good digital citizen. Online cheating is still cheating. And flagging inappropriate content isn’t tattling.
  • The Golden Rule applies in cyberspace. If you wouldn’t do it in real life, you shouldn’t do it online.
  • Encourage critical thinking. You should ask “who posted this? Why?” Thinking this way will help you find trustworthy information, and it will also help you avoid online scams that deliver spyware and viruses directly to your home. You should also think critically about your own posts. Learn to ask yourself, “Why am I posting this? Who will see it? Could it be misunderstood?”
  • Stay in safe neighborhoods. Just as you learn not to walk down dark alleys alone at night, you need to know how to avoid creepy places online.
  • Review your own habits carefully. Parents are the ultimate role models. Keep channels of communication open.
  • Better safe than sorry. Make sure you are comfortable telling your parents / teachers if anything menacing or cruel happens -- no matter what site you were on.

Chat Rooms and Forums

  • Never give out personal details in messenger or in personal profiles.
  • Never give a friend’s details.
  • Never meet up with anyone you meet online.
  • Remember that people may not be who they say they are.
  • Remember that most reputable chat rooms allow you to block messages from a particular sender.
  • Be careful about who you share photos with.

Secure Sites – Think to look out for online before submitting personal and payment details :

  • A locked padlock in the corner of the status bar (at the bottom of the page).
  • The letter ‘s’ after the ‘http’ in the site address e.g. https://www.
  • Your web browser may alert you if you are entering a secure site.
Cyber Policy : Students of Classes VI to XII
  • Reflecting on the over indulgence and dependence on the electronic gadgets (including mobile phone), CBSE, in July 2009, has termed them as sources of distraction which can also be misused.
  • Aiming to create meaningful learning atmosphere in the school and particularly in the Classroom, the school doesn't permit any student carrying any electronic article to the school.  Non compliance of the rules would be considered as an offence.
  • Such articles (cell phone, pen drives, hard discs, PSP's, CD's etc. z) are strictly not allowed and if a student is found in possession of it then the mobile phone would be consiscated and it becomes the school property.  Along with this, the school counselor would also take parental undertaking from the parents, stating that the offence would not be repeated.
  • The school looks forward to creating an atmosphere wherein creativity and learning is nurtured and hence enabling holistic growth of every student.

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Bal Bharati Public School

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