- FEE REGULATIONS
- DISCIPLINARY RULES
- The school is a Catholic minority institution. However the school admits students of all castes and creeds without any discrimination. The students are selected on merit basis, with a preference to the minority community.
- Students are generally admitted to Play School, L.K.G., Class I to IX and XI. Issue of Application Forms for the new admission begins in the month of January every year.
- Students seeking admissions to Kindergarten or L P section should produce the original birth certificate at the time of admission.
- New students must be introduced personally by their parents or guardians, who will be responsible to the school authorities for their conduct, regular attendance and fees.
- The Principal reserves the right to refuse admission to any candidates without assigning reasons for his action.
- The application forms for the Higher Secondary Course must be duly filled in and submitted to the office together with attested copies of the certificates to prove the age and qualification on or before the last date for submission of application published on the school notice board.
- Selection for admission to the Higher Secondary Course will be made by the Principal from the ranklist prepared on the basis of merit and reservation for various categories.
- Candidates provisionally selected for Higher Secondary Course will be required to appear for an interview with the Principal on a specified date. At the time of the interview the candidates must be accompanied by his/her guardian and must produce the documents listed below:
a. T.C. in the original
b. Original certificate and mark list of the qualifying examination.
c. Conduct certificate obtained from the institution last attended.
d. Community certificate for the SC/ST students.
e. Two passport size photographs.
Higher Secondary Students will have special classes on every working day.
FEE REGULATIONS The School fee of an academic year is collected in four installments namely, in May, in July, and in September and January, (before 10th of the respective month) Defaulters will have to pay a fine after the due date.
The tuition fee collected commensurates with the salary paid to the staff and special fee commensurates with the facilities offered to the students at the School.
Whenever the fee is collected, fee receipt shall be issued to the payer and the payer has to keep the receipt for further reference if required.
Each term of the remittance of the School fee consists of four months, namely,
- I term* (June, July, August, September)
- II term (October, November, December, January)
- III term (February, March, April, May)
* The Annual fees will be collected in the month of April/May.
Special funds may be collected with the permission of the Principal for special events like class tours, house-wise special programmes, Childrens’ Day parade etc., and on special occasions like Onam and Christmas celebrations. But the collection should be accounted in the office and receipts for the collection should be duly given.
The School conducts value education programmes, spiritual awareness programmes and moral instruction classes for an integrated mature growth of the students. Students are made to involve in social service activities in order to make them socially committed persons.
Strict observance of the rules and regulations of the School is enforced on the campus in order to cultivate in the mind of the students a sense of discipline and respect for rules in life.
Those students who do not clear all the dues for the year, will not be allowed to appear for the annual examinations.
Fee once remitted will not be refunded. Fee remittance shall be properly entered on the ‘Fee Receipt’ page of the Handbook of the respective student.
- Students should wear the School uniform on every working day.
- The uniform of the boys of the Higher Secondary division consists of blue-black coloured pants, and light lilac coloured half sleeved shirt, School tie, ordinary black belt, dark blue coloured socks and executive style black shoes. The uniform on special occassions consists of dark grey coloured suit, and bluish green coloured half sleeved shirt with School tie, ordinary black belt, dark blue socks and executive style black shoes. The pants should be stitched in executive style with high waist. The shirt should be properly inserted all the time.Low waist pants are strictly forbidden in the School and on the School campus.
- The School uniform for the Higher Secondary girls consists of a blue-black coloured midi, overcoat, and light lilac coloured half sleeved shirt with School tie, School belt, dark blue socks and plain black shoes and the uniform on auspicious occassions consists of dark grey coloured midi, overcoat, and bluish green coloured half sleeved shirt with School tie, School belt, dark blue socks and plain black shoes. Hair should be combed and tied with black hair band in simple ponytail style.
- The School uniform for boys in the UP and High School section consists of blue-black coloured pants and a salmon coloured half sleeved shirt with School tie, School belt, dark blue socks and plain black shoes. The pants should be stitched as in the executive style with high waist. The shirt should be properly inserted at all the time. Low waist pants are strictly forbidden in the School and on the School campus.
- The School uniform for girls in Std VII and HS section consists of a blue-black coloured midi, overcoat and a salmon coloured half sleeved shirt with School tie, School belt, dark blue socks and plain black shoes. Hair should be combed and plaited to either side and tied with black hair band.
- The School uniform for girls in Std V and Std VI consists of a blue-black coloured midi, and a salmon coloured half sleeved shirt with School tie, School belt, dark blue coloured socks and plain black shoes. Hair should be combed and plaited to either side and tied with black hair band.
- The uniform of the boys of the LP section consists of blueblack coloured shorts and blue coloured half sleeved shirt with School tie, School belt, dark blue coloured socks and plain black shoes.
- The uniform of the LP girls consists of a frock with pinafore in blue-black colour and a blue coloured half sleeved shirt with School tie, School belt, dark blue coloured socks and plain black shoes.Hair is combed, plaited to either side and tied with black hair band.
- The uniform of the KG boys consists of a blue-black coloured shorts, a red and white striped sleeveless shirt, School belt, red coloured socks and plain black shoes.
- The uniform of KG girls consists of red and white frock with blue black pinafore, School belt, red coloured socks and black shoes.
- Students upto class IV are allowed to wear colour dress on their birthdays.
- Students should be neatly dressed in full School uniform in the School. They should also carry their identity card as part of the uniform.
General code of conduct
- Students are expected to sustain vaue of honesty, sincerity and self-confidence. They must use polite expression and show good manners in their conversation.
- They must have genuine love for their School. No one should do anything that would bring discredit to himself / herself or to the School.
- Students are not permitted to bring any kind of electronic items, mobile phones, ipods, CD, pen drives, memory cards etc. to the School. Strict disciplinary action, including dismissal from the School will be effected if the rule is violated. Students are not permitted to drive or bring any vehicles to the School campus.
- Students admitted in the School must stay with their parents. If they are from far off places, they must stay in the School hostels only. No student will be permitted to stay in any other hostels or any houses as paying guests.
Disciplinary Rules A sense of discipline and respect for rules have to be inculcated and cultivated in the students so that they become responsible citizens. A strict observance of the rules and regulations of the School must be seen as mere restricions imposed on them but as part of their School life that helps them in the formation of genuine character.
A student of Kuriakose Elias School is expected:
- to observe faithfully the rules of discipline and obey all authorities;
- to develop healthy habits of mind and body by constant self discipline;
- to be friendly and courteous to all visitors;
- to be truthful and honest;
- to be respectful to parents and elders;
- to have a sense of neatness and cleanliness of himself/ herself and surroundings.
- to bring to the class the text books and notebooks accrording to the time-table of the day.
- Students should not bring to School or have in their custody any book other than textbooks. Periodicals, comics, magazines, toys, compact discs, etc., are not supposed to be brought to the campus without the special permission of the Principal.
- not to bring to the School any costly ornaments or wear them.
- Neither the management nor the teachers will be responsible if such items are lost.
- to avoid unwanted shouting or quarrelling or the use of discourteous language. All complaints should be brought to the notice of the class teacher.
- to greet the teachers and elders. They should also greet one another.
- to speak English in the classrooms and in the campus. They must use English for ordinary conversation.
- to keep the identity card with him/her at the School.
Recommendation to the Parents
- Parents are requested to sign all the messages sent from the School in the Handbook. They should also sign the reports of the class teacher, after the monthly and termly tests especially the progress report.
- Parents are expected to do their part in inculcating regular work and study habits in the children. They should see that their children prepare their lessons according to a timetable set at home (refer to the model time table given in the handbook).
- Make sure that your wards are not wasting away too much of their valuable time by watching T.V. on holidays and working days. Encourage them to watch only those programmes which are informative and instructive.
- Suggestions for the improvement of the School are most welcome. But they must be given or sent only to the Prinicpal or the Manager.
- Parents are advised not to take their children for family/ social functions on working days.
- Parents or guardians are always welcome to the School to check the progress of their children. They can meet the teachers on every third Saturday (10:00 am to 12:30 pm) and on all Wednesday evenings (3:40 pm to 4:15 pm).
- Parents or guardians are not expected to meet a child or any teacher during class time without the permission of the Principal.
- Cleanliness is next to godliness. Children must be clean in their body, mind and habits. Send the children to School neatly dressed in full School uniform.
- Reference books, periodicals and journals should not be taken out of the reading-room. Students can borrow only one book at a time and may retain it only for a period of one week. Books borrowed are non-transferable.
- A fine of Rs.10 for a week and thereafter an additional fine of Re. 1 per day will be charged for those who do not return the borrowed books on time.
- Borrowers should report to the librarian any damage, loss of pages, pictures, etc., before they take the books.If any book is lost, damaged or badly handled, a fine of thrice its price will be charged unless a new copy of the book is supplied.
- The School library will be opened from 9.15 am to 4.30 pm every week from Monday to Saturday.
LEAVE OF ABSENCE
- As regular attendance is an improtant factor for the successful working of the School, no student should be allowed to absent himself/herself from class without sufficient reason.
- Leave of absence for part of a day must be obtained from the Principal by the parent or guardian stating clearly the reasons on the ‘Leave Record’ page of the Handbook.
- In the case of long illness, the Principal must be informed in writing within eight days. In such cases a separate leave application from the parent with a medical certificate has to be produced on the first day of the return of the student to the School after his/her illness.
- A student who comes late shall not enter the class without the signature of the class-teacher/Principal on the “Late Record” page of the Handbook.
- Repeated or extended absence of fifteen days without leave of absence may forfeit the right of a student to continue in the institution. Re-admission will be granted only on payment of readmission fee, the amount of which is equal to that of the admission fee.
- Students,who absent themselves from any of the terminal examinations for any reason other than sickness justified by a medical certificate, will be considered ‘failed’ for the particular examination.