Know our Admission Process

Documents for Admission and Registration in Classes Nursery to IX & XI 2020-21:-

S.No.

Name of Document

Nursery

I to IX & XI

Father

Mother

Guardian

1

Aadhar Card

2

PAN Card

 

 

3

ST/SC/OBC

 

 

 

4

Last Season Report Card

(If require)

 

 

 

5

T.C.

(If require)

 

 

 

6

Migration Certificate from Other Board

(If require)

(If require)

 

 

 

7

Birth Certificate

 

 

 

8

Photos -Passport Size-( in School Uniform-04 Pcs.)

 

 

 

9

Parents/Fathers/ Mother / Guardian

Photo-02 Pcs.

 

 

 

Know our Admission Process

Admission Process:-

A Student seeking admission to any class in our School will be eligible for admission to that class only

  1. If the seat is vacant
  2. Admission up to class VIII shall be regulated if student was studying in a school affiliated / recognized by CBSE board or any other recognized board of Secondary Education in India.
  3. Has passed qualifying examination which make eligible for admission to that class.
  4. Having document in support the qualifying Examination passed.
  5. Admission to class IX shall be open only such a student who has passed class VIII Examination from an institution affiliated to CBSE board or to any recognized board by the Education department of the Government of India.
  6. Admission to class X shall be open only to such a student who has completed a regular course of study for class IX from an institution affiliated to CBSE Board as the syllabus prescribed at secondary level is of two years. integrated course. Has completed a regular course of study for class IX and has obtained minimum Grade D in the five subjects excluding the 6th subjects under Scholastics Area A as well as grades in subjects under scholastic Area B under CCE scheme in class IX examination conducted by an institution affiliated to CBSE board ; migrating from with in one city / state to another only on the parents transfer or shifting from one place to another after producing (i) Report card (ii) TC duly counter signed by the Educational Authorities of CBSE board.
  7. Admission to class XI shall be open only to such a student who has obtained minimum Grade D in at least five subjects as per the scheme of studies at the secondary school (class X) Examination conducted by CBSE Board /School affiliated to CBSE Board or has passed an equivalent examination conducted by any other recognized Board of Secondary education .
  8. Admission to class XII shall be open only to such a student who has completed a regular course of study for class XI examination from an institution affiliated to CBSE Board or from an institution recognized by /affiliated to any recognized board in India only on transfer of parents .. In such condition TC & Mark sheet must be counter signed by the Educational Authorities of the Board concerned.

Rules & Regulations

Fee Rules:-

1. Admission will be given in the class only if seat is vacant. Admission fee Rs. 4000/- & Admission form Rs. 200/-.

2. Fee is to be paid from 1st to 15th of the months (April, July, October & January ) only in between 9:00am – 01:00pm.

3. Please bring fee card at the time of fee payment.

4. Late fine of Rs.100/- per month for delay will be imposed if the installment is not paid as per the schedule.

5. Real 2nd brother / Sister concession will be given Rs. 250/- & 3rd real brother / sister Rs. 125/- quarterly.

6. Only the students, whose all dues are cleared before tests or exam of school will be allowed to appear in the same.

7. In case a cheque is bounced, the parents will be inform about it and they will then be asked to deposit the amount in cash along with the late payment fine for the period.

8. If a child is admitted in the mid session, fee will be charged from the month of April.

9. Fee once paid is neither refundable nor transferable under any circumstances.

Library Rules:-

 

1. Library will remain open from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm.

2. Strict silence must be observed in the Library.

3. All books have to be returned within 7 days.

4. If the books are not returned on the particular date a fine of Rs. 5/- per day, per book will be imposed.

5. Magzines are not for issuing. They have been referred in the library only.

6. No student is authorized to pass on a book taken from the library to anyone else.

7. If a torn book is brought back, student will be charged a fine according to the price of the book.

8. If a book is lost, it must be replaced immediately or the student should report to the Principal.

9. Book must be returned in time before the start of the Examination.

10. A student guilty of disobedience to the librarian or of disorderly conduct is liable to be debarred from the use of the library.

 

Rules for Parent:-

1. You are requested to go through this almanac everyday as it is one of the links which bridges home and the school. Please pay special attention to the teachers' remarks & advise your ward accordingly. Two pages have been reserved for your remarks, please feel free for any remarks regarding the child's progress.

2. You are also requested to check the report cards before signing, the school bag in order to ensure that all the relevant books are kept as per the time table after completing home work assigned for the next day.

3. Children who are ill or are detained at home application for leave must reach to school without delay duly signed by the parents.

4. Parents can meet the subject / class teachers of their wards but after taking permission of the principal only. You should not enter the class room directly on any ground.

5. No exams, even the orals will be held before or after the given date.

6. Parents are requested to keep in touch with the school & pay all dues in time regarding the progress of their children.

7. In case of accidents school will provide only First Aid, other related expenses will be borne by Parents / Guardians.

National Anthem:-

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The pledge:-

"India is my country and all Indians are my brothers and sisters.

I love my country and I am proud of its rich and varied heritage.

I shall always strive to be worthy of it.

I shall give my parents, teachers and all elders respect and treat everyone with courtesy.

To my country and my people, I pledge my devotion. In their well being and prosperity alone lies my happiness."

 

 The Indian national pledge was composed by Pydimarri Venkata Subba Rao. Subbarao, a noted author in Telugu and a bureaucrat, composed the pledge while serving as the District Treasury Officer of Visakhapatnam District in 1962. He presented it to the senior Congress leader Tenneti Viswanadam who forwarded it to the then Education Minister P.V.G. Raju. He was born in Anneparti. Nallagonda District, Andhra Pradesh. Expert in Telugu. Sanskrit,Hindi, English, Arabic languages. He worked as Treasury officer in the state of Hyderabad. After the formation of AP, He worked in Khammam, Nizamabad, Nellore, Visakhapatnam, Nallagonda Districts. The Pledge was introduced in many schools in 1963.

 The Indian National Pledge is commonly recited by Indians at public events, during daily assemblies in many Indian schools, and during the Independence Day and Republic Day commemoration ceremonies. Unlike the National Anthem or the National Song, whose authors are well known in India, P.V. Subbarao, the author of the pledge remains largely a little-known figure, his name being mentioned neither in the books nor in any documents. Records with the Human Resources Development Ministry of the Government of India however record Subbarao as the author of the pledge. Subbarao himself is thought to have been unaware of its status as the National Pledge with a position on par with the National Anthem and the National Song. Apparently, he came to know about this when his granddaughter was reading the pledge from her text book.