Rules And Regulational | Annasaheb Dange International School Islampur,Sangli | learning environment | open minded | Annasaheb Dange Public School in Ashta, Walwa, Sangli, Maharashtra | well-equipped facilities within the campus | gymnasium | Assembly Hall | indoor Garden | swimming pool | large ground.

  1. General

    • Any change in the residential address or telephone numbers should be immediately notified to the school authority.
    • Attendance in the morning assembly is compulsory. Disciplinary action will be taken against the defaulters and late corners. Students arriving late will not be allowed to enter school premises without a plausible explanation. Students found to have come late for more than one day in a term/semester will not be allowed to attend classes on second such occurrence.
    • Silence must be observed in the corridors and the stairways during school hours and the same should be maintained while proceeding to the labs, library or any other activity classes.
    • For birthdays, a student can wear civil dress. Students are not allowed to celebrate their birthday or any other occasion in school by distributing sweets or chocolates. Books can be donated to the school library.
    • Exploding crackers on any occasion or splashing colors during Holi in the school premises or in school bus is strictly forbidden.
    • Parents should meet concerned teachers on specific open days or as and when requested by the school.
    • Criticism of teachers should be avoided in the presence of the student.
    • Students are not allowed to wear any ornaments or bring any valuable articles such as FM Radios, I-pods, Calculators, Mobile/Cellular phones, CD or other storage devices like floppies; pen drives or not relevant to academic pursuits, to the school. Bringing money to the school is not allowed. Bringing, cameras, expensive pens, cosmetics, combs, perfumes, deodorants etc, to school is also strictly forbidden.
    • Students are not allowed to bring any weapons or sharp instruments. Violation may result in suspension and / or levying of heavy fine. Items once confiscated will not be returned under any circumstances. Parent will not be entertained on these issues.
    • It is expected from each and every student that they maintain a very cordial relation with the teaching/non teaching / housekeeping / transport staff of the school. In no case should they get into arguments with the staff. In case of complaints they must approach the Principal. The school reserves the right to terminate the continuance of students with unsatisfactory progress in studies or whose conduct is a bad example for others.
    • No student has the permission to commute to school on cycle or self-driven two/four wheelers.

  2. Appearance
    • Students attire/turn out should be neat smartly at all times. By this we mean that your uniform is clean and well —ironed, your shoes are polished, your socks are clean and are changed every day and you carry a clean handkerchief.
    • Girls should have their hair neatly combed and wear a black hair band. Long hair must be braided. Hair left loose should not cover the forehead or touch the collar. Only black hair clips may be used.
    • Boys should have their hair cut short. Unconventional hair cuts or hair styles are not allowed. Students will not streak or color their hair.
    • Make-up and expensive jewellery is not allowed. During school hours, girls may wear one pair of plain small earrings or studs. Nails should be neatly clipped and kept clean. Application of nail polish is not permitted. Girls are not allowed to apply henna on their hands.
    • Students are not allowed to report to school with religious threads tied on their wrists. They shall not wear any bracelet. Students from class VI onwards are permitted to wear watches.

  3. Language
    • All must speak in English in the school. Bullying and the use of foul language are punishable offences, whether in or out of school. Students found using the same will be expelled.
    • The school has zero tolerance for incident, vulgar, foul, abusive and uncouth language (spoken and written). Pupil must ensure that the manner of speaking is always pleasant, controlled and grammatically correct. The common language for everybody at school is compulsorily standard world English, except in a class where a language other than English is being taught or in a related event.

  4. Dress Code
    • It is compulsory for all students to wear the school uniform/ PE uniform on the respective days.
    • Students will wear school uniform for any event they are n presenting inside/outside the school premises.
    • Students must be smartly turned out always. Uniform is clean and well ironed, shoes are polished, and socks are clean and changed every day.

  5. On Normal Days And For Class
    • Boys: Boys will wear school uniform shirt, pants and tie along with black school shoes and socks.
    • Girls: Girls will wear the school uniform shirt, skirt and ti( along with black school shoes and socks.

  6. In The Classroom Students Are Expected To Observe The Following Practices
    • Students must be ready with their books, notebooks and other material required for the class before the teacher walks in. Stand up and greet the teacher when she/he enters the classroom.
    • Students are expected to maintain the decorum and not disturb the neighboring classes. While the lesson is on the student must avoid going out on a 3 pretext.
    • The bulletin boards, with guidance from the class teacher should, at all times, be attractively done up with informative, relevant and topical displays and exhibits.
    • The school reserves the right to make changes in the school rules and regulations, which will be communicated to students and parents.
    • Students are required to participate in all school activities unless excused by the Principal / Headmistress on a written request from the parent/ guardian.
    • Students must not take part in any public show or competition during school hours without prior approval from the Principal.
    • Students should keep the school campus, classrooms and other school facilities clean and free of litter.
    • Students are not permitted to loiter outside classrooms, laboratories or other learning and activity areas.
    • Students are also not permitted to run around and shout on the school premises. When using staircases and corridors, students are requested to keep to the left.

  7. School Property
    • Care must be taken of all school property. Students must not write on the walls, or carve on wood work/furniture.
    • Damaging or disfiguring any school property may result in suspension/expulsion from school in addition to levy of heavy fine.
    • All breakage or damage to school property, even if accidental, must be immediately reported to the Class Teacher and coordinator.
    • The cost of the repairs to the damage to school property will be charged to the pupil concerned. A fine of a minimum of Rs. 500/- will be applicable. With reference to this a mail will be sent to the parents.
    • Every student shares the responsibility of informing the School Heads / Class Teacher if they see others violating the above mentioned rules.

  8. Rewards And Reprimands
    • The school discipline system is based on the premise that there are consequences for actions. It endeavors to be consistent and fair and is underpinned by the principles of natural justice.
    • For the school community to operate as a safe, learning environment, where all strive for personal excellence, it is important that clear boundaries are established. While rewards are for motivating the students to sustain good action and consistently strive for better behavior and efforts, reprimands are in order to check undesired actions on the part of the wrong-doer and to deter other students from doing the same.

  9. Disciplinary Measures
  10. The following disciplinary measures may be adopted by the school in dealing with students behaving in an unruly manner.
    • Oral warning and counseling.
    • Written warning.
    • Detention during the break, or for the whole day
    • Suspension (ranging from 7 days to 30 days)
    • Rustication.
    • Withdrawal of transport facility for misbehavior in school bus. In such cases, the parents will be responsible for their wards commute to school.

  11. Absence From Schoo
    • No student who has been absent on the previous day, will be allowed to attend class unless her/his parent has entered an explanation stating the reasons for the absence, in the Record of Non-Attendance section of the diary, for each day the student has been absent from school.
    • It is the responsibility of absentee students to ensure that their parents the relevant information and signed the diary I have n case entered a child reports to school without an explanation in the diary, the parents will be summoned to school and child will be sent back home.
    • In case of absence of more than two days on medical grounds, medical certificate and prescription should be attached along with the application.
    • A student, returning to school after suffering an infectious or contagious disease, should produce a doctor’s fitness certificate permitting her/him to attend school.
    • Student suffering from the following disease must observe the prescribed period of quarantine before returning to school :

      Chicken Pox Till the scabs fall completely Not> 15 days
      Cholera Till the child has completely recovered Not > 15 days
      Measles Two weeks after the rash disappears Not > 10 days
      Mumps Until the swelling has gone About one month
      Whooping Cough    Till the doctor certifies Not > 20 days
      Hepatitis Till the doctor certifies Not > 20 days

    • Students, who require medical attention during school hours, may be sent to the School Infirmary by the teacher concerned, who will enter the nature of the complaint and sign the School Infirmary Record section of the diary.
    • Students should not, except in emergency situations, visit the school infirmary, unless an entry has been made in the diary, by the teacher.
    • Parents will be promptly informed in the event of serious illness or emergencies and may be requested to come to school to take their ward home, if necessary.
    • Repeated absence without notice or unexplainable absence without written application for more than 1 month renders the student liable to have her/his name struck off the rolls. Re-admission may only be granted after payment of a re-admission fee.
    • All students are expected to attend school on the re-opening day immediately following the vacations. Absence on the day of re-opening of the school will attract strict disciplinary action/fine.
    • It is compulsory for students to achieve 90% attendance in each term in order to be eligible to take the end-of-term assessment.
    • This stipulation can only be relaxed on genuine medical grounds, at the sole discretion of the Principal / Headmistress.
    • Absence for more than 10% of total number of working days in each term may result in detention of the child in the same class. On medical grounds too, a student cannot remain absent for more than 20% of total working days per term.
    • Attendance on 15th Aug and 26th Jan is compulsory.
    • No leave will be granted on any grounds.
    • It is advised that appointments with the doctor or dentist are made during holidays and after school hours.
    • Parents are requested not to take students out of the school during scheduled school days.
    • Excursions, trips, and holidays should be planned for, only during school vacation periods.
    • Students are not granted leave outside the regular vacation periods. The school reserves its right to refuse permission for any trip if it demands excessive leave or if it occurs at an inappropriate time of the school year. In case of absence due to illness, the Principal must be informed in writing or by mail on the opening day, whichever is applicable.
    • Parents are not entitled to take children from the school for holidays during school days. Leave of absence must be applied for in advance and only when they are convinced of its absolute necessity, unless it is a case of injury to or illness of the student.
    • Application for leave written by the parent / guardian should be addressed to the Principal/ Headmistress and submitted through the class teacher. In case of siblings, the name and class must be mentioned in each application.
    • The decision to sanction absence for holidays rests entirely with the school.
    • School trips are an integral part of the academic program, and hence students are required to attend the same Regulations and expectations, as are applicable on regular school days, will apply during the school, trips.
    • If a student repeatedly commits a breach of school rules on school trips, he/she may be sent back. Parents will then be notified of the time and place from where to collect their child.
    • If a student repeatedly commits a breach of school rules on school trips, he/she may be sent back. Parents will then be notified of the time and place from where to collect their child.
    • Students who submit a late assignment will be warned in the first instance and will be detained to complete the submission on the day itself. A parent meeting will be organized with the subject teacher, student and the Principal / Headmistress in case of a repeat offence. Any further failure to meet deadlines will result in a detention and repeated offences may lead to a suspension.
    • Teachers are not required to set work or conduct examinations/ assessments for students who are absent without sanctioned leave. Students and their parents are reminded that regular attendance and punctuality is a key to a student's academic success, no matter what the age of the learner.

  12. Parental Responsibilities
    • Parents are expected to read and familiarize themselves with the school policies and rules in order to support their effective implementation.
    • The school expects parents to attend Orientations, Parent — Teacher Meetings and school functions as per the schedule communicated to them and thus show their interest in their Child's school activities. Should a concern or issue arise, parents may call and speak with their child's teacher.

  13. Communication Between School And Parents
    • Parents are expected to immediately communicate to the school any change in address and contact details.
    • Parents wishing to meet the School Heads on working days are requested to seek an appointment by either mentioning the reason in the School Diary of the student or by telephoning the School desk. Parents should not come to the school premises during school days unless it is with prior appointment or in case of any emergency.
    • Parents are requested to ensure that the name, class and division of the student are mentioned in all letters addressed to the school.
    • Parents should acknowledge receipt of each circular issued by the School, by signing in the respective section of the diary. Wherever the circular requires a response from the parent, the same has to be completed and returned through the child within the specified deadline.
    • Parents are requested to read the notes written in the diary by the teacher and write own remarks for the information of the teachers. Parents may contact the Principal/ Headmistress to discuss any important matter pertaining to the student’s progress and well being.
    • In the formative years of a child, the influence of home and family plays a bigger part than what is learnt in the school, and hence the role of parents in a child’s development is as important as that of the school. Consequently, it is only natural for ADIS School to count on the support of parents in its commitment to do the best for its students.
    • When parents provide a healthy and cheerful home environment, encourage thoughtfulness, tolerance and responsibility, and foster good social conduct, it goes a long way in optimizing child’s learning experience and overall development.
    • For parents of adolescent students, there are added responsibilities of understanding physical behavioral and psychological changes that accompany this stage of growth, and of taking time and effort to guide the child through anxieties and complexities.
    • The school looks forward to working with parents in this partnership and in realizing common purpose of providing a holistic education to every child.

  14. Proficiency Awards
      In appreciation of maintaining cleanliness in the classroom and regularity to school following trophies are awarded throughout the year.
      This rotating trophy is awarded to that class which maintains cleanliness throughout the month.
      This rotating trophy is awarded to that class which shows maximum attendance during the month.
      The child who maintains his/her note-book neat and tidy gets the best book of the month sticker.
      To foster in the student a sense of collective responsibility and feeling of unity and solidarity, the entire strength of the school is divided into four houses.

  15. Rules For Assessment/ Examinations
    • Any student found using unfair means shall be debarred from appearing for the rest of the examination and shall be consequently, detained in his class and rusticated from the school.
    • Attendance is compulsory for all assessments held during the year, failing which the student will be given zero. There is no provision of appearing in an exam and then leave school for home on medical/personal grounds.
    • Taking the child back home, after assessments, will result in zero for that subject. Consideration, what so ever, will be only on genuine medical grounds that too, at the sole discretion of the Principal only after the parents submit an application with Xerox copies of all relevant medical documents, on the day of the exam, at the school office.
    • A minimum attendance record of 90% of the total number of working days in each term/unit is compulsory. In the eventuality a student misses classes due to health reasons; the school will have the sole discretion in deciding waiver, if any. But even on medical grounds, absence beyond 20% of working days will not be accepted.
    • There is no provision for reassessing students who remain 18 absent on the day of the assessment or those who have failed in one or more subjects. Request for change in assessment dates or timings will not be entertained.
    • Students reporting late for assessment will not be given any extra time for answering the question papers.
    • Unfair Means: Students found using any unfair means during any of the assessment, will be given zero in that subject.
    • Parents and the concerned student will be summoned and asked to provide an explanation. A repeat of such action, in the future, will result in the prompt issue of a Leaving Certificate. Request for the issue of Progress Report, before the declaration of result, will not be entertained.
    • A duplicate of Report Card (if lost/damaged) shall be issued on a payment of Rs. 200/-
    • In class IX, it is mandatory to appear for PSA. PSA marks are directly taken as FA IV marks in both class IX & X.
    • In class IX, SA II also includes Open Text Based Assessment (OTBA).
    • Assessment of speaking and listening skills (ASL) will be conducted in each term, both in class IX & X.
    • From the current academic session students of class VIII, IX & X will be answering class test every week.
    • Class IX and X students of the Central Board of Secondary Education will not only have to appear for both the Summative Assessments (SA), but also score a minimum of 25% taken together to qualify for the examination. Students need to take the SAs seriously as well and just 33% will not be sufficient to pass the exam. One has to pass the SAs, which is to score a minimum of 25%."
    • Promotion Criteria: As per CBSE guidelines.
    • Age for Admission of a student in ADIS
    • 2 1/2 to 3 1/2 Nursery
      3 1/2 Completed to 4 1/2 L.K.G.
      4 1/2 Completed to 5 1/2 U.K.G.
      5 1/2 to 6 1/2 to Completed years for I std.
      6 1/2 to 7 or above for II std.

  16. Terms And Conditions Of Accepting Fees
    • 1) Fees can be paid two times in the year / Onetime payment also acceptable.
      2) Once paid the fees are Non Refundable. The fees can be refundable only under special condition and for which valued reason and proof has to be provided( Refundable only the weeks time and the original receipt of the payment has to shown / presented to the school authority.
      3) Example: Transfer of the working parents who is working with Defense services.
      4) Under such conditions they will not be entitled for full refund of the fees
      5) Tuition fees / bus fees / uniform fees/text books have to be paid separately. The details of the fees structure can be procured from Reception Desk from Monday to Saturday during the visiting hours 10 am —12 am on any working day.
      6) Term I : 11 th JUNE — Open for payment
      7) Term II : 1 st Nov. - 6th Nov. Up to 10th of Dec.2015
      8) Late fees :Sum of rupees 20 will be charged as late fees after the scheduled date is past
      9) In case of long illness of a student; If he / she is absent for more than one month , then also the fees will be levied as per the Terms and Condition of the School Management

  17. Mode Of Payment
    • 1) Fees can be paid in Cash only

    Bus Fees

      1) Bus fees varies according the distance in Kms
      2) Bus fees can be paid quarterly — June ,October, January
      3) Collection of the fees can be done in the school office from 6 th — 15 th of the respective months
      o Nonpayment of fees will lead to :
      o Cancellation of admission
      o Debarring of the student from appearing for all ensuing exams. For any school visit outside of Sangli ; special fees will be collected as and when needed

  18. Rules Regarding Admission And Withdrawal
    • Issue of Certificates and other documents.
    • Issue of Recommendation Letters, Bonafide Certificate for tax returns, Certificate showing the tuition fee paid to the school, for reimbursement and other documents as required by parents, will be issued, only after a sum Rs. 100/- is deposited at the Accounts Office.
    • Issue of Transfer Certificate.
    • In the case of transfer of parents to any place, and subsequent to this, if the parents apply for School Leaving Certificate/ Transfer Certificate, the fees (as applicable) will have to be paid for that term.
    • For Withdrawal
    • If the student is to be withdrawn, from the school, one months notice, before 31st March is to be given in writing, to the Principal. Actual withdrawal can be done on 30th April of the said academic year. Kindly note that if the name of the student is on the rolls, after 30th April, the 1st term fees, for that particular academic year will be applicable.
    • For Re-Admission
    • After withdrawal, if the student wants to take readmission, application for the same has to be forwarded and all the requisites for a new admission procedure have to be completed. In such cases admission will be subject to availability of seats in that particular standard.

  19. School Transport Rules
    • All students using the school bus are expected to be on the left side(entry side) of the bus at least five minutes before the arrival of the bus.
    • Bus service will be provided to students up to a convenient point near the house.
    • The road to the house should be a tar road and should be in good condition.
    • Any damage or misbehavior in the bus, will result in the stopping of the bus services of the particular child.
    • The drivers shall not wait for any child. The child should be ready at the pick-up point well in advance of the pick-up time. The child will be back if not present at the pick-up point.
    • If no one is present to take the child at the drop point, at the given time, then the child will be brought back to the school and the parents will have to pick the child from the school.
    • Pick-up and drop points will be the same.
    • Any change in the address during the academic year does not guarantee continuation of the bus service.
    • A student can be accommodated only after checking the availability in the bus.
    • Under no circumstances should students touch the instrument panel/ first aid box/fire extinguisher of the bus.
    • Students are allowed to use only their allotted bus stop. There is no provision for temporary change in bus or bus stops.
    • Students must make sure that the aisle of the bus is clear, and that school bags and other belongings are placed properly.
    • Students must keep all parts of their body, inside the bus, at all times.
    • They should not put their hands out, even for waving.
    • No object should be thrown inside or outside the bus.
    • The consumption of edibles and drinks is not permitted in the bus.
    • Unruly behavior like shrieking and shouting, is strictly prohibited.
    • The drivers attention must not be distracted for any reason.
    • The drivers are authorized to stop buses at designated stops only, unless otherwise directed by the bus attendants after Consultation with the Transport In-charge and the Principal/Administrator. The list of stops is prepared, keeping in view, the convenience and safety of all bus commuters and is subject to change.
    • Parents should, for the safety of their children, ensure that their wards are always escorted to and from the stops.
    • If, due to certain exigencies, a student has to leave the school campus during school hours, the following rules will be observed:
    • a) A written request must be submitted by the parent to the school authority.
      b) A permission slip must be obtained and shown at the school gate before leaving the campus.
    • Parents are not allowed to enter the bus under any circumstances nor is it expected that they should get into an argument with the driver /attendant.
    • Transport facility of the child may be suspended or even cancelled for any such confrontation reported. For any issue, parents must approach the Principal and lodge the complaint.