ADMISSION

1. Students will be admitted at the beginning of a new academic session, i.e March after qualifying the selection test for admission.

2. Students admitted to standard I and above must produce a transfer certificate from the school last attended. Admission to classes other than Nursery depends on vacancies.

3. An attested copy of the Birth Certificate must be submitted to the school office during admission. Original birth certificate is also to be shown at the time of taking admission. Date of birth once recorded will not be changed.

4.False declaration of a student’s age is a disqualification for admission and subsequent disco very by the school authorities of such false declaration would be enough ground for dismissal.

5. ANYONE offering donations or pressurising the administration for admission through recommendation will automatically be debarred from admission.

6. Electronic Clearing Service Mandate is compulsory for every student. It saves time and unnecessary delay in payments. It is therefore directed that all students adopt this mode of payment.

WITHDRAWAL

1. A month’s notice or a month’s fee in lieu thereof is required prior to the withdrawal of any child from the school.

2. A written application forwarded to the Principal is required for the Transfer Certificate which will be issued on payment of a fee of Rs. 100/- besides the payment of all other dues of the school. T.C. will be issued after one week from the issue of the money receipt.

3. In an emergency T.C. will be issued on the third day from the issue of money receipt of Rs. 100/- and in very urgent condition Rs. 500/- will be charged.

 4. Any other kind of certificate will be issued on the payment of Rs. 100/- along with a written application forwarded to the Principal on third day from the issue of the money receipt.

ATTENDANCE

1. Every student is expected to be present in the school by 7.30 a.m. Under no circumstances habitual late comers will be allowed. Late coming will entail minus points which will adversely effect performance.

2. If a student is absent for more than 3 days without informing the school authorities his/her name may be dropped from the roll. If the absence is due to sickness a medical certificate to that effect should be submitted within three days of absence. After an illness a student should produce a doctor’s certificate stating that he/she is fit to join school.

3. Parents are requested to keep home their children who feel feverish or otherwise ill.

4. For any long leave to be taken by the students, the Co-ordinators must be informed earlier and a sanction for the leave must be obtained.

5. Every student must be present on the first day of school at the start of the new academic session in March/April. Failure to report to school on the first day will be treated as withdrawal.

 6. Every student must be present on the reopening day after the vacations. Illness of a student who is out of Jamshedpur on the day of reopening of school after holidays may not be accepted as a reason for excusing the student. Failure to notify the school of absence before reopening day will be treated as withdrawal. Names of students absent without information will be deleted from the register. The Principal may or may not readmit after realizing a fine of Rs. 500/- from such students to the school.

7. Students are not allowed to leave the school during the school hours. In case of emergency the parents should inform the office and fill in the early departure form. Students can be taken home only by the parent or authorised guardian in which case a duly signed letter of authorisation must be given to the office. Under no circumstance should students leave the school campus without prior permission from the concerning authorities.

8. If a student is unwell or hurt, the school will give first-aid and inform the parent telephonically. In such cases a contact phone number is very essential which the parent should write in the diary.

9. At least 90% attendance is a must for every child. In Class X/XII students with less than 75% attendance will not be permitted to take up the Board Exams.

STUDIES & CURRICULUM

The present course of study in MNPS is based on the curriculum prescribed by the CISCE. The medium of instruction is English, however, Hindi has a vital role in the curriculum and is, therefore, taught every day. Students are being prepared finally to appear for ICSE and ISC. The curriculum includes Ethics, English Literature, English Language, Hindi, Sanskrit, History & Civics, Geography, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Commerce, Accounts, Economics, GK, Computer Science and Environmental Education. Parents will make class teaching more valuable if they speak correct English and Hindi to their child at home. Since the mode of instruction is English, a high standard of English is required for success. Therefore, the use of English in the school campus is essential. To ensure holistic education, various activities and hobbies are conducted as a part of the education offered. One period in the time table is devoted to this and provision for the teaching of these skills is made for by the school. The hobbies include.

‹ Music Club

‹ Creative Hands Club

‹ Literary Club

‹ Eco Warriors

 ‹ Future Scientist Club

 ‹ Yoga

‹ Computer Club

‹ NCC ‹ Theatre Club

‹ Karate

‹ Quiz Club

‹ Scouts/Guides

‹ Mathemagic Club

‹ Altius Club

‹ Dance

‹ Young Leader’s Club

‹ E-Cell

‹ ATL — Robotics Club

‹ Band

‹ Home Science Club

Activity classes will be scheduled on the 1st & 2nd Saturday of every month. Students of Classes IX-XI must be a member of E-Cell, ATL or Young Leaders’ Club. It is compulsory for every student of class III to IX to take part in Curricular & Co-curricular activities organised by the school.

EXAMINATION AND REPORT CARDS

Unit Tests will be held as per schedule. All unit tests should be written on the prescribed unit test paper made available with school stationery. There will be 2 Term Exams before the Puja holidays & Final Exams in the month of February.

Report Cards will be issued thrice a year.

Parents are requested to examine the report cards carefully & see that their children make a special effort to study those subjects in which they are weak. Corrected answer scripts are returned after all tests except the Terminal & Final Exam.

The Average marks of the Unit Tests, 1st Term, 2nd Term & Final Exams will be taken into consideration for promotion to the next class.

All examinations must be answered by every student. If a student for any reason misses a test, a RE-TEST will not be taken. Failure to answer a test/examination will affect the student’s average of the final result at the time of promotion.

This in turn, may adversely affect his/her promotion.

The average of all the marks in the year will be considered and not just the final exam marks. This is done to encourage serious and consistent work.

 The pass marks for every subject in High School is 40% for all classes.

A student is allowed to repeat the class only once during his tenure in school.

Any effort of cheating in the examination will be dealt with severely.

The paper of all subjects get cancelled and the child will be debarred from answering further tests.

In Std. XI,

a student must pass in all five subjects. Promotion will be based on the year’s average.

Those who do not fulfill the promotion criteria will be asked to discontinue.

Unit test : 20 Term Exam

: 70 Project/Oral

 : 05 Notebook/Class Discipline

: 05 Pass Marks in each subject for all classes

: 40 out of 100

MARKS DISTRIBUTION FOR EACH SUBJECT (LKG to Std. II)

 Worksheet I, III, V

: 30 Marks Worksheet II, IV, VI

: 50 Marks Activity

: 10 Marks Copy & Class Discipline : 5 + 5 Marks

RANKING SYSTEM To get rank in the class in the high school a student :

1. Must appear in both Unit Test and Term Exam

2. Has to score more than 40 marks in all subjects and pass in English.

3. Should pass in Public Speaking, SUPW & Ethics

DISCIPLINE

1. Students of higher classes along with faculty & staff are responsible for the good order of the school. 2. If a student’s behaviour is detrimental to other students and the atmosphere of the school, the Principal has a right to remove the student from the rolls of the school or class.

3. Irregular attendance, bad conduct, disobedience or cheating during exams justify dismissal.

4. Matters of discipline are to be discussed with Principal/ Vice Principal only.

5. Warning slips are issued to students who despite warning fail to show any improvement. Warning slips are to be duly signed by the parent/guardian & returned to the Principal.

6. A student having received a maximum of 3 Warning slips will be liable to being suspended from the school.

7. Every student is expected to attend school in neat and clean prescribed school uniform.

8. Students are expected to show respect to their teachers and maintain a friendly relationship with other students.

9. Every student must take care of school property. Any damage will be penalized with fine.

10. Every student is expected to do his/her work regularly and follow the instructions given in the school.

11. Punctuality, neatness, courtesy and decent conduct are insisted upon.

12. Any action likely to lower the image of the school or authority is regarded as violation of school’s discipline and it is sufficient reason for expulsion.

13. Shouting, whistling and running in the school premises is forbidden. 14. Students are not permitted to bring mobile phones, ipods or other electronic gadgets to school. Once confiscated, they will not be returned.

DISCIPLINARY CONSEQUENCES MAY INCLUDE

‹ Counselling

‹ Verbal Reminders

‹ Special Assignments

‹ Partial or complete denial of attendance

‹ Parent conference

‹ Suspension

‹ Expulsion

‹ Filing a criminal complaint

‹ Other reasonable actions created by unforeseeable special circumstances.

WORDS TO PARENTS

 1. Please read the diary thoroughly and adhere to the rules.

2. All communication by school will be app. based.

3. Please fill up the first two pages of the diary for record purpose. The photo should remain intact on the diary throughout the session.

4. The school expects the parents to co-operate with the school for the proper development of the child, if at all it is realized that the parent does not take interest or works against the decorum of the school, we shall be forced to remove the child.

5.Parents must regularly check the work of the children and ensure that regular home work is done. The school diary should be regularly checked by parents.

6. All home work including the diary should be signed by the parents daily.

7. In case of any problem parents/guardian may meet the Principal/Co-ordinators between 11:30 am to 12:30 p.m. 8. No student is allowed to go to his/her own subject teacher for tuition.

9. Make every effort to provide for the safety, physical, mental and emotional needs of the child.

10. Teach the child to focus on behaviour expectations.

11. Respect to faculty and staff by students and their family members is essential. The school will not tolerate any act of ill behaviour tantamounting to disrespect to staff. In such case of disrespect, the school managing committee reserves the right to decide upon the consequential action, which may be as extreme as asking the student to discontinue studies at MNPS. In case of grievance against any employee, the parent/ complainant must put in writing the problem and submit the same directly to the Principal during meeting hours. In turn the school will ensure that all employees act with dignity and respect every student/parent.

12. Participate in school related programs.

13. Cooperate with school administrators and teachers.

14. Control the child. A student’s parent/guardian is legally liable to pay for damage to school property caused by negligent conduct of the student. 12 13

15. The school is not responsible for personal articles of the students. Name must be written on the articles used by the students. bringing costly articles must be a voided.

16. Information about any change of address or phone number must be immediately given to the school office and change recorded in the diary.

17. T.C : The T.C. will be issued within 7 days of applying only if the child has studied in this school for a minimum period of 6 months from his/her date of admission.

18. Two identity cards will be issued to children of Nursery – std. V. Student must wear one ID card daily to school and second card should be carried by parent / guardian / auto / van driver which should be shown at the gate at dismissal time to receive your child.

19. No early dismissal is permitted unless there is an emergency. In case of any emergency or early dismissal for junior school students, parent / guardian/ driver must bring the Identity card. No child will be permitted to leave school campus under any circumstances, if the ID card is not carried by the person who requests for early departure of the student. All such parents must also carry this personal ID proof. If the student is staying with local guardian and he is attending meetings / collecting Report Card on behalf of the parent, the same information should be made available to the school office and class teacher.

20. First and second Saturday of every month will be regular working day for students of classes III-XII. Dispersal will be at 11:45 a.m. Remedial classes will be from 12 noon to 1:30 p.m.

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

 ‹ Please do not send your child to school in overcrowded Vans/ Auto Rickshaws.

‹ Please ensure that the Van/Auto Rickshaws do not run on LPG Cylinders.

 ‹ Students must not bring two wheelers to school.

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES

1. All students must know that in case of any emergency outside school, you may dial 100 for help (prefix 0657 when using a mobile no.)

2. In the event of a fire or at the sound of the fire alarm, classes will move quietly to the exits which are clearly indicated outside all rooms.

3. Students not in class should proceed to the nearest exit and rejoin the class immediately.

4. Students should not panic and leave the building in an orderly and quiet manner.

5. Students must not re-enter the school until they have heard three short rings of the school bell.

6. In the event of an internal/external threat, an announcement will be made to secure all classes. Students are to move to the nearest classroom, doors are to be locked, everyone is to be away from the door and silence must be maintained until further instructions are given.

7. Students are advised not to touch/tamper any naked electrical wire and report the same immediately to the teacher.

8. In case of thunder, lightning, heavy rainfall, students are advised to stay inside the class room.