a. All students are expected to be present in their respective classes on time. If late, they should obtain permission from the concerned Supervisor before they enter the class.
b. Leave of absence for one day or a part thereof should be obtained from the Class Teacher by producing a letter from the parent.
c. Parents who want to detain their children at home for any reason should apply for leave one week in advance to the Supervisor concerned if the leave is for a period of upto 5 days; if the period is more than 5 days then the parents should apply to the Principal. If proper permission of the Principal/Supervisor is not obtained, the student is liable to disciplinary action.
d. . In the event of an emergency where a leave application cannot be sent in advance, a written intimation for the same should be sent to the school as soon as possible.
e. . For absence due to sickness, the Principal should be informed in writing immediately. If the absence exceeds 3 days, then it requires to be accompanied by a medical fitness certificate at the time of resuming school.
f. It is imperative that a student attends school from the very first day after any vacation wearing proper uniform and carrying the textbooks, notebooks etc.
g. Students who remain absent from school for more than two weeks without a satisfactory explanation, shall have to face strict disciplinary action.
h. Student is suffering from any kind of contagious disease, he/she should not be sent to school and the school should be informed accordingly.
i. Students are expected to attend all the special assemblies and school events.
a. Students should realise that they are responsible to the school authorities not only for their conduct in the school but also for their general behaviour outside. Any reported or observed objectionable conduct out of the school on the part on the students will render the liable to disciplinary action.
b. Any student who is persistently disobedient, is guilty of malpractice or who in the opinion of the Principal of the School, has a negative influence on his fellow students, may be expelled permanently or suspended from the school for a specified period by the Principal. The reasons thereof will be recorded in writing.
c. Every student is required to participate in the co-curricular activities organised by the school.
d. Students are forbidden to take part in any political or other movement which may result in violence or communal disturbance.
e. Any student who is reported to have damaged school property will have to bear the cost of damage. If the offender is not traced, a collective fine maybe imposed on an entire class or a group.
f. Students are required to maintain their Pupil’s Diary regularly.
g. Students should maintain discipline while walking in the corridors. They must not run in the corridors.
The school will not accept responsibility for the loss of books, money, clothes and other articles belonging to the students. Students must look after their own belongings. It is not advisable for them to carry money unless required for a specific reason or carry any valuable articles with them.
a. Attendance at all tests and examinations is compulsory.
b. In case of absence from an examination due to sickness, an application supported by a medical certificate should be immediately sent to the Principal.
c. A Student found copying or using unfair means during tests/examinations will be made to leave the examination hall immediately and will not be given a score in that paper.
d. Students found copying or using unfair means during tests/examinations a second time during their school career will be expelled from the school.
e. Students will not be allowed to borrow any stationery from other students during the examination.
a. Parents should inform the school of any change in their address or telephone number.
b. Parents can meet teachers of the school only between 3.00 p.m. and 3.45 p.m. on week days. Parents should not go to the class room when the class is in session. In the event of an emergency, they should approach the Principal or the Supervisor concerned.
c. Parents are advised to meet the class teacher and subject teachers at least once in two months to discuss the progress of their child between 3.00 p.m. and 3.45 p.m. from Monday to Friday.
d. Open Houses will be conducted after every examination for all classes and will be notified by a circular. Parents are requested to attend this Open Houses to discuss the progress of their ward with the concerned teachers.
e. After each Semester Examination parents will receive their child’s progress card which should be studied carefully and returned to the school duly signed within a couple of days.
f. Parents should send the Pupil’s Diary with the child daily. They should check the Diary and take early action whenever necessary.
g. Co-operation between parents and school authorities is of paramount importance for the ultimate achievement of a child’s successful school career.
h. The attendance of all parents at all school functions will be deeply appreciated by the school authorities.
i. Students should be in school by 7.55 a.m. sharp .The first bell will be rung 5 minutes before school begins. All students are expected to assemble for prayers according to their timetable. Classes having Yoga after the assembly must carry their Yoga outfit.
j. In case of any unforeseen circumstances (heavy rain, floods, riots etc.) parents should personally come and collect their ward.
k. A suggestion box has been kept outside the school office; parents can give their valuable suggestions. Anonymous suggestions will not be considered.
l. Students of Std. 5 to 7 will not be allowed to wear watches except on examination days. Students of Std. 8, 9 and 10 can wear their watches.
m. During P.T. periods students should wear their House T-shirts and House Caps. House T-Shirts should not be worn under the uniform.
n. Parents are permitted to send their ward in decent civil clothes on the child’s birthday. No gifts are to be distributed amongst children or staff.
o. Parents are requested to send nutritious snacks and lunch for their wards. Students can also avail the school canteen facility for the same .
p. Incase of any kind of sickness, parents should not send their wards to school.
q. Students must maintain personal hygiene which includes clean and trimmed nails, neat hair, a regular bath and well-groomed appearance.
r. Students celebrating their birthday in school should bring only fruits, dry-fruits or home made healthy food.(e.g. ladoos made of besan, rawa, til, boondi, idli, chivda, poha, sheera) in neatly packed packets. Proper hygiene must be maintained while preparing the food items.
We recommend that every student should join school picnics/outings/field-trips with a consent note from parents. Parents will have to send their wards on their sole responsibility. The school will not be held responsible for any accident or untoward incident that may occur when students travel to and fro from school, or in the school or during picnics, tours, camps etc.
a. The school leaving certificate will be issued only after the parent /guardian applies for the same on the prescribed form available in the school calendar.
b. A month’s notice needs to be given before the withdrawal of a pupil.
c. No Leave Certificate will be given until pending dues to the school, if any have been paid in full.
a. Private tuitions are not encouraged.
b. No staff member of the Udayachal High School can be engaged as a private tutor for a student without the prior written permission of the Principal.
a. The Principal may dismiss a child from the School if the child is found guilty of grave misbehaviour /misconduct, or if the child is absent from the school for more than two weeks without a satisfactory explanation.
a. Books will be issued to students.
b. Every student can borrow three books.
c. Books may be borrowed for a week.
a. A book may be issued for a further period of 7 days by reissuing the same from the library.
b. A fine of Rs. 2 /- per day will be charged for books returned after the due date.
c. Books lost/ damaged shall have to be paid for.
a. New admissions will be granted subject to vacancies.
b. Parents should come to school in person, along with the child for whom the admission is sought.
c. The prescribed form of admission duly filled in and signed by the parent concerned along with original L.C. should be submitted to the office.
d. No special references or recommendations will be considered for admissions in the school. Note: School Management has the right to state on what conditions it will admit or retain pupils in the school.
|Monday||3.05 to 4.35 p.m.|
|Tuesday||3.05 to 4.35 p.m.|
|Thursday||3.05 to 4.05 p.m.|
|Friday||7.15 to 8.20 a.m.|
|Wednesday :||3.05 to 4.05p.m.|
|Saturday :||8.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon|
The School Management has the authority to add, vary or repeal all or any of these rules. Such alterations, whenever made, will be announced to the students and parents.