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Co-Cirricular Activities


This course of studies is planned to lead up to the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) taken at the end of STD.X. This examination is recognized by Government of India through an act of the Parliament and the Council is appointed as one of the Indian Examination boards.

The medium of instruction is English, Hindi and Punjabi (Punjab) and Sanskrit (H.P.) are included in curriculum.


  1. Admission cannot be claimed as a matter of right. An attempt to use influence, unfair means or recommendation for admission will lead to automatic disqualification. The school doesn't have any agents for admission.
  2. The principal reserves the right to refuse admission to any candidate without furnishing reasons.
  3. No advance registration is done four months prior to the beginning of the prospective school year.
  4. Admission begins in the month of January.
  5. No child less than 3 years old on the admission day will be admitted to Nursery. At the time of admission, the certificates should be attached with the application.
    1. Birth Certificate. (once admitted no change of date of birth will entertained).
    2. Original transfer certificate from the school last attended.
  6. Parents/guardians are asked to fill in the admission form with the utmost accuracy. No subsequent changes will be permitted thereafter for any reason whatsoever.
  7. No child will be admitted without a prior test and interview, except for the Nursery classes.
  8. For admission, candidates should be introduced by their parents or proper guardians who shall remain responsible for their fees, regular attendance and good conduct they will have to appear for the admission test and interview.
  9. The admission procedure will be completed only after submitting the necessary documents and depositing the required fees. Failing to do so will result in the cancellation of admission within three days and the seat will be allotted to the next child in the waiting list.
  10. The fee once paid will not be refundable.

Co-Cirricular Activities

It is chiefly through these activities that the various facets of a child’s personality are revealed, and qualities such as team spirit, self-confidence, sportsmanship, creativity and productive use of leisure time are developed.

Educational tours, excursions and picnics are organized during the academic year. Meticulously detailed preparation and all necessary precautions are taken during such tours and picnics. The school authorities, the management and the staff shall not be held responsible for any unforeseen accident or mishap during the picnics, tours or excursion.

Mere accumulation of knowledge is not enough in life. To ensure the holistic growth of the child some of the co-curricular activities offered and encouraged are: public speaking (English, Hindi and Punjabi) dramatics, social services, drawing and painting, dancing and singing, creative writing, Sports & Games and athletics.

Withdrawal and Dismissal

  1. Application for transfer certificate must be given in writing in the prescribed form by the parents.
  2. A clear month's notice of withdrawal must be given. All dues must be cleared before the Transfer certificate is issued.
  3. The principal reserves to himself/herself the right to dismiss the student on any one of the following grounds:
    1. Constant weakness in studies.
    2. Irregularity in attendance
    3. Moral breach considered serious by the school management.
    4. Non-payment of the fees or chronic irregularity in payment.
    5. Moral Turpitude.
    6. Indulging in any kind of criminal activities punishable under state laws.
    7. Eve-teasing.
    8. Any kind of Ragging.
    9. Use or abuse of any kind of drug as prohibited by laws. Causing obstruction to the smooth functioning of the school.
    10. Causing shame or insult to the name and fame of the school, management or staff.
    11. Parents causing damage to the prestige and good will of the school.
    12. Parents who participate or cause to happen any type of protest or Darna against the interest of the school or they themselves participating in any such activities.
    13. Willful negligence or disobedience to the school rules and regulations.
  4. A child who whose unfair means or receives or gives assistance in any form during tests will be given zero in the subject and repetition of the same fault will result in dismissal of the student from the school.
  5. The principal's decision shall be final in all cases of dismissal or withdrawal.

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