Medium

The medium of instruction adopted by the school is primarily English. However, due importance is given to Hindi, our national language. Sanskrit is taught as the third language.

Co-education

Social and Psychological adjustment between boys and girls is of prime importance in the contemporary world and hence the school has opted for co-education.

House System

To help students imbibe the spirit of healthy competition, the school is divided into four Houses. A number of Intra-Class, Inter-Class, and Inter-House activities and competitions provide students an opportunity to discover and enhance their talents. The names of the four Houses are:- Indra, Soma, Surya and Varuna.

Courses of Study

The courses of study are designed to bring about the holistic development of students in line with the C.B.S.E directive regarding continuous and comprehensive evaluation from standard I to XII. It must, however, be noted that Std. X is not the final stage in the 10 + 2 Scheme of education followed by the School. Hence the students of Standard X must apply for admission to Std. XI after the Board Examinations. If they do not apply, their right is forfeited. All the successful students of Std. X may not be admitted to Std. XI. Re-admission is done in class XI and in class I. Please refer to the norms for admission to Std. XI given in the Students' School Diary.

Scholarship Fund

The School helps a large number of needy children with full or partial scholarship so that they may be beneficiaries of good education. Scholarships are also awarded to academic achievers in every session. Parents and guardians who have been blessed with material wealth are requested to contribute generously towards the poor children's scholarship fund.

  • All applications for admission must be made on the prescribed form along with a non-refundable amount.
  • Applications for admission must be submitted not later than the date indicated on the bulletin board in the School Office.
  • No student will be admitted unless he produces . Transfer Certificate from his/her previous school. If he/she has not attended a School previously he/she must produce a Birth Certificate. Moreover, an affidavit is required for the date of Birth attested by a First Class Magistrate or Notary Public on a Rs. 10/- Non-judici Stamp Paper. In addition, the parents of all applicants must sign an "Age Declaration Form" guaranteeing that, at no time, and under no circumstances, will any request be made for a change in the date of birth.
  • There is a scale of minimum and maximum ages for admission to classes. The School authorities reserve the right, through the Director, to reject any application for admission without assigning any reason and even to expel any student already admitted to the School.
  • Fee once deposited is not refundable under any circumstance.
  • The intended withdrawal of a student from the school must be given to the Principal/Director in writing atleast three months (90 days) in advance along with a copy of the receipt of the fee of the next quarter being paid.
  • Those parents/guardians who withdraw children from the school in April or May and the students of Std. X and XII who wish to discontinue their studies, must pay fee up to June.
  • The School has the right to ask the parents to withdraw their child if his/her progress in studies is unsatisfactory, attendance irregular, conduct harmful to other students, fee not paid in advance or if there are other reasons which, in the opinion of the school authorities render his/her continuance in the school undesirable.
  • Honesty, cleanliness, good manners and loyalty are expected from each student and anyone not conforming to the school's rules in these matters may be asked to leave. Immorality or wilful damage to property are always reasons fordismissal.
  • A student who fails for a second time in the school will be asked to leave the school.

95% attendance (excluding the period of sickness) is compulsory to qualify a student to appear at the annual examination. Total days are counted from the day of opening of the school for the session, and not from the date of admission of student. The name of such students keeping themselves absent continuously for ten working days will be struck-off automatically without any sort of prior notice to the parents to this effect.

Half day leave is not granted.

  • At the end of the session, promotion to the next class will be decided on the basis of the whole year's performance and scores in all the Formative and Summative Evaluations. Regular attendance and steady work, therefore, will be a condition for promotion.
  • Failure in individual subject like English, Hindi or Mathematics renders a pupil liable to repeat the class. Besides, failure in any two subjects is sufficient reason for not granting promotion.
  • In view of the system of the year's average in determining eligibility for promotion, it will not be possible to hold retest. Thus, results declared at the end of the year are final and will not be reconsidered.
  • No retest will be held for Class Tests or Term Exams.
  • The answer copies of the final term exams will not be shown to the students or parents.
Play Group 2.5 Years
LK.G 3 Years
U.K.G 4 Years
PREP 5 Years
  • Audio Visual and computer graphics
  • Ideal teacher- student ratio
  • Spacious playarea
  • Bright spacious and airy class rooms
  • Well equipped audio visual room
  • Toy rooms and activity centres
  • Sand pit and wading pool
  • Puppet theatre and Drama learning centre
  • Transport facility
  • Music and dance room
  • Library
  • Indoor Play Area
  • The school uniform is to be worn on all school days. A student who is not properly dressed may be sent home.
  • Parents will please attend to the cleaning of teeth regularly and trimming of hair and nails properly by the student. Only very short hair may be kept open; medium length and long hair to be properly pinned up and tied with black ribbon .Boys should have crew cut (army type) hair.
  • Students should come to the school at least 5 minutes before the bell rings for assembly. Any student who is found to be late more than once in a week will be sent home.
  • Students are not allowed to bring with them costly material or any item of jewellery. The school will not be responsible for its loss or loss of any articles or money belonging to the students.
  • Any kind of damage to school property is to be made good by the parent.
  • Every student is expected to keep up the high tone of the school excelling in conduct, good manners and cleanliness both in and around the school.
  • Cell phones are strictly not allowed in the school premises.
  • Students are not allowed to use the school telephone without permission. In case of emergency permission may be taken to make a call. Students will not be allowed to answer phone calls during school hours.
  • The school diary should be brought to school everyday. Even on examination days.