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  • NOTICE Consequences for not applying for Informed Leave Absence The school has specially designed a system for the students for intimating the school of their absence which is known as "Informed Leave Absence". A student is expected to maintain the desired percentage of attendance ranging between 75% to 80% in each academic session (depending on the class) failing which he/she is liable to be dealt with as per school rules given in the school Diary. After having been absent if the system reflects “A” i.e. Absent even after 3 days of Absence it shows that student has not applied for Informed absence. Some of Consequences of “A” being reflected in the system are given below:- 1. The student will be classified as disregarding the school rules/regulations repeatedly. 2. The school authorities have the right to treat it as a case of gross indiscipline. 3. Such irresponsible / in disciplined conduct coupled with a subsequent attempt at claiming the leave on medical grounds, as afterthought, shall not be entertained. Relevant rules as applicable may be applied on the student. 4. Such slipshod approach of a child would reflect his lack of interest in academics. This is a very serious issue and be noted accordingly by all. Brij Bhushan Singh Headmaster
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Duplicating / Photocopying of Identity and Escort Cards

It is strictly forbidden to photocopy the Identity / Escort Card/ issued to the students. On occasions it has been noticed that parents have got coloured Xeroxing / Xerox of the Identity card and sent the student to school with that. This is highly irregular and a gross breach of school discipline. The cards are meant for the security of your child during school hours. Parents / Guardians shall be deemed solely responsible for such unacceptable wilful acts.

Loss of I card

The School issues I Card once at admission and commencement of Classes 1, 5, 8 Escort card is also issued for the primary Section. Loss should be reported immediately and Temporary I card may be obtained on payment of requisite Fees. A duplicate I Card / Escort Card will be issued earlies on payment of Rs. 200/- only ( Rs. 100/- Cost + Rs. 100/- Fine). Subsequent issues in classes 1, 5, 8 in will be done only on return of old I card / Escort card or on payment of cost + fine.

Damaged / Defaced I Card

Students are forbidden from possessing a damaged / defaced I Card or Escort Card. A duplicate card must be requested for immediately. Fair wear and tear and manufacturing defects will be replaced by the School, at no extra cost. However, in all other cases, the expenditure for the replacement of the card has to be borne by the parents. Final authority on this is the Head Master.

RS- Not a single day's grace period will be available for replacement.


Hence forth the undermentioned schedule will be followed in case of replacement of Identity Cards for staff and Students. The replacement will take place only in even numbered months.

Submission Date for request for replacement card

Within two days of loss

Issue of Temp I Card

Within two days of payment of replacement fees

(valid upto 30th of next even month)

Place order for provision of replacement Cards

2nd /3rd of Even number Month

Receipt of replacement card from vendor

24th/25th of the even number month

Issue of replacement card to students.

Last working day of even number month


Whereas there is no major restriction on legitimate use of school telephone by the students, it has been observed that students try and miss classes line up at the reception for use of telephone, on flimsy grounds. This is not conducive to a good school environment. Henceforth following guideline must be followed.

1.                                  Teachers at their discretion will call up on behalf of the students, if deemed necessary.

2.                                   No student will be allowed to make phone calls between morning prayer and start of first period.

3.                                   In case a student has not brought his/her I Card/Diary, the student is not allowed to call up home.

4.                                   For other reasons, permission of Deputy Head Mistress is required for use of the school telephone.


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Brij Bhushan Singh Headmaster
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