GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS
- It is essential that an authentic Date of Birth Certificate of the candidate be produced as evidence of his / her age at the time of admission.
- Every student of this school is expected to be courteous in talk and behavior. Discourtesy of any kind will not be tolerated.
- The school has the right to suspend or dismiss the students. Irregular attendance or habitual want of the application to one’s duty or unbecoming behavior or conduct injurious to the moral tone of the school or insubordination to authority or any other serious type of misconduct is sufficient reason for the suspension or dismissal of a student.
- Any kind of damage done to the school property including ink stains and writing on the wall or the school furniture must be compensated at the expense of the offender along with the fine that may be imposed by the Principal.
- No student shall be admitted to the school without the Transfer Certificate from the school last attended and duly counter-signed by the concerned education officer.
- No student will be granted leave without prior written application of the parents/guardians. In all cases permission is the discretion of the Principal. Those who absent themselves for six consecutive days without the prior permission from the Principal are liable to have their names struck off the rolls. Re-admission may be granted only after payment of fresh admission fee.
- The Principal may demand parents to withdraw those children in case they do not fit in with the regulations of the school or are not capable of any improvement or if the parents themselves do not co-operate with the school.
- Pupils should attend the school regularly. They must reach the school at least five minutes before the assembly. Late comers may not be allowed to attend the sessions of the day.
- No pupil shall leave the school premises during school hours or recess without the previous permission of the Principal.
- Parents or guardians will not be allowed to visit their children during school hours.
- Pupils are not allowed to interview parents or visitors or to leave the school premises during school hours without the permission of the Principal.
- It is forbidden to write or scribe on the walls, throw paper or ink in and out the classroom or in any way to damage the school premise or property. Damage done will have to be made good.
- Pupils themselves are responsible for their own books, fountain pens, cycles, Tiffin carriers or any other articles they may bring to school.
- Students may have to stay back or come in the evening for sports practice and other activities when needed by the school.
- The medium of our school is English, and as such every pupil is expected to speak English in the school campus. Everyone shall make a serious and determined effort to speak English both inside and outside the class.
- Private tuitions are not encouraged. If however a parent desires to have personally and make arrangements. Parents should meet the Principal instead.
- Teachers are forbidden from engaging themselves in private tuition or arranging them on their own record. They should get a written permission of the Principal for the same.
- Absence on the opening and closing day of a term or after special holidays like Diwali, Holi, and Christmas etc. will be punishable.
- At the end of the year prize will be awarded to those who secure the highest marks in the board examination.
- Special certificate will be awarded annually to those who distinguish themselves in games, co-curricular activities etc.
ALTERATIONS TO RULES AND REGULATIONS
These rules may be altered or amended only by resolution passed with Two-third majority of the members present at the Managing Committee meeting convened.
EFFECTIVE STUDY SKILLS
Learning effective time management is the first step towards becoming an effective student. Time management is setting and following of a time in order to organize and prioritise studies in the context of completing other activities. The focus of the time management is not to make you a slave, to follow a rigid, military like schedule. Rather, it means making intelligent decisions about when it is easiest and most efficient to get your work done and to free you from hasty planning and last minute study. Effective time management is to identify key areas of your study on which to concentrate your effort in order to achieve overall results. Below are some important strategies to remember in managing your time effectively.
- Organise yourself: Take time to think and plan your time fruitfully-paying to the tasks at hand, the type of focus it requires, the style of processing and the strategy of action, Review your plan daily and check whether you have met your targets.
- Make a to-do list: Write down the things you have to do, then decide what to do at the moment and what to put off for some later time.
- Priorities your tasks: Check whether the task is urgent and important. Arranging your tasks in order of priority assures that you will get the most important thing accomplished.
- Set goals: Goals give you direction and a plan to spend your time. Select only manageable amount of tasks. Setting smaller goals allow you to actually accomplish them. Your goals should “stretch” not “break” you as your strive for achievement.
- Make a time table: Check for yourself how much time you need to complete each task and then schedule that amount of time. Be flexible but do not give more than two hours at a stretch to any particular subject. Try to be regular and strict. Your reward will be seen in your meritorious performance.
- Identify your prime time: Some work better during the day while others during the night. Use your power times to study.
- Attack your difficult subjects first: Remember when your are fresh, you can process information more quickly and as a result save time.
- Space your learning: Study in shorter time blocks with short breaks in between. This keeps you from getting fatigued. It is better to study one hour each day than to study seven hours during the week end.
- Develop regularity: You will learn more and remember what you learn if you work in regular periods of study. Have flexibility to handle interruptions and unplanned emergencies.
- Conquer procrastination: Sometimes studies are not done because we occupy ourselves with other activities. When you are avoiding something, break it into smaller tasks. Remember, the full use of today is the best preparation for tomorrow.
- Display persistence: Be prepared for a certain amount of discomfort or hardship. But remember, as a student, studying is a perfectly normal activity and that it can bring its own rewards and satisfaction. Keep in mind that you have opted to pursue your studies, which will bring their own rewards.
- Reward yourself: When you have a boring task which you prefer not to do, then promise yourself that as soon as you complete it, you will reward yourself with a pleasurable activity that you look forward to. Integrate work with play and relaxation, and you will be healthier, happier, dynamic and creative.
- Impose deadline: Deadlines force you to plan better. They automatically cause you think about what has to be done, how long each part will take, when the best or most logical starting time would be. Deadlines get many tasks done and constantly keep you on target with your goals.
- Sleep well and eat properly: When students need extra hours for studying or socializing, they cut down on sleep. Doing this makes the time spent studying less effective. Check on your sleep requirements.
The school desires to have your co-operation in order to develop an atmosphere conducive to education for the best result and progress of the child. It is essential that all the three factors the child, the Parents and the teachers work together. This diary is the link which brings home and school together, and effective medium for the parents teachers contact.
So you are requested to check the child’s diary regularly and respond to the remarks promptly, if any.
Kindly read the information given in this diary and put your signatures at the space provided.
- Please fill up all the particulars correctly in the identity data and also affix your photographs and record your specimen signatures in the space provided in this diary.
- Occasional remarks sent to you by the Principal/Vice-Principal or the teachers through the diary should be studied carefully and responded promptly.
- Check your child’s diary daily and find out what assignments have been given/not given by the teachers.
- Make sure that your child reaches the school in the time and is in full neat and smart uniform.
- See that the child does his/her home-work daily with neatness.
- Do not allow your child to carry valuable articles, watches, jewellery, extra money and irrelevant books to the school.
- Pay the school fees in time.
- Attend parents-teachers meeting whenever informed.
- Send your remarks or any other information through the school diary.
- Lack of attention to your child from any concerned teacher or authority should be made known to the Principal/Vice-Principal or Manager in time.
Christu Jyothi Convent Sr. Sec. School.