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Rules of Absence

  • No student would be permitted to leave the school campus during school hours. However, in case of emergency, one authorized guardian should come to the school with application stating the reason for taking his/ her ward. However, the decisions would be entirely on the discretion of the Principal/ Coordinators to be satisfied & let go after filling the requisite preform.
  • No student who was absent on the previous day will be admitted to the class without the permission of the class teacher
  • Reported absence for more than three consecutive days without grant of leave would have to be granted the coordinators/Principal.
  • Reported absence without granting of leave or unexplained absence for seven consecutive days may result in student’s name being struck off from rolls. Readmissions may be granted at the discretion of the Principal only on payment of fresh admission fee.
  • It is mandatory for every student to have at least 75% attendance to appear in mid – term test/ Half –yearly/ Pre- board/ Annual Examination. Those who fail to fulfil this criterion may be barred from the respective examination. The relaxation in attendance will be granted on two grounds as suggested by CBSE. a. Medical Ground b. Mishappening in the family

    The relaxation in the attendance may be granted subject to the full satisfaction of the Principal.
  • A student suffering from an infectious/ contagious disease should produce a Doctor’s Certificate. Discharge slip would be mandatory in case of hospitalisation of the student.
  • No re –examination would be held for the students who remain absent in any of the examination.