Rules for Admission
- Application for admission is made to the principal of the concerned Campus on a prescribed application form. The Principal reserves the right, without specifying any reason whatsoever, to refuse admission to an applicant.
- Admission to pre-primary classes and playgroup is made according to the age of the child: 2-3 years of age for Montessori; 4years of age for Nursery and 5 Years of age for the Kindergarten. A child’s ability is also taken into consideration. Birth Certificate is required.
- Admission to any class is made after a pre-admission test, and on production of a valid transfer certificate from the previous institution.
- Admissions to Pre-Primary, Montessori, and Nursery will be made on producing a birth certificate of Municipal Authority or Gram Panchayat
Attendance, absence, fine and re-admission fees
- As regular attendance is an important requirement for successful results, a written application for leave must be submitted well in advance. In case of illness and other unforeseen circumstances, the guardian should inform the principal in writing as soon as possible. A minimum attendance of 90% of the total working days is required during the academic year, falling short of which the student will not be allowed to take the examination that year.
- The name of a student who is absent for 15 days without leave shall be struck off the roll. On re-admission, a readmission fee of Rs.200/- will be charged. Rs. 1/- per day will be charged as "absence fine."
- A student whose name has been struck off for absence without leave and who is habitually late or persistently careless and undisciplined may not be re-admitted to the school.
- Every student must be present on the reopening day after each vacation.
- It is advisable to ensure that a student is not disturbed during examination days and is not asked to attend social functions.
- No student can leave the school premises during school hours without the written permission of the principal, which may be granted under exceptional circumstances, based on the written request of parents.
- The Principal has the right to suspend a student. The Principal may also ask parents/guardians to withdraw their child from the school if his/her conduct or educational progress is not satisfactory.
- All entries of absence, late-coming or half-day leave should be written or mentioned in the school diary and not on sheets of paper.