VACATIONS

Summer Vacations :

Monday, May 16, 2016 to Saturday, July 2, 2016

Diwali Vacations :

Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016 to Tuesday, Nov. 01, 2016

Winter Vacations :

Saturday, Dec 31, 2016 to Friday, January 06, 2017

(P.N. : Dates for Summer and Winter Vacations may be changed in keeping with weather conditions.)

LIST OF HOLIDAYS (TENTATIVE)

April-2016
Thursday 14.04.2016 Ambedkar Jayanti
Friday 15.04.2016 Ramnavmi
July -2016
Thursday 07.07.2016 Id-ul-fitr
August-2016
Thursday 18.08.2016 Raksha Bandhan
Thursday 25.08.2016 Janmashtmi
Monday 29.08.2016 Paryushan Parva (Starts)
September-2016
Friday 02.09.2016 Paryushan Parva (Janam)
Monday 05.09.2016 Samvatsari
Monday 12.09.2016 Baba Ram Dev Jayanti
& Id-ul-juha
October-2016
Monday 10.10.2016 Ramnavmi
Tuesday 11.10.2016 Vijay Dashmi
Wednesday 12.10.2016 Moharram
November-2016
Monday 14.11.2016 Guru Nanak Jayanti
December-2016
Tuesday 13.12.2015 Barawafat
January-2017
Saturday 14.01.2017 Makar Sakranti
March-2017
Monday 13.03.2017 Holi

Important School Events (Tentative Dates)

Investiture Ceremony Wednesday, 13 July, 2016
Sports Day Saturday, 8 October, 2016
Annual Fete Saturday, 15 October, 2016
Poongalia Trophy Tuesday, 8 November to Saturday, 19 November,16
Annual Function Saturday, 24 December, 2016

School Uniform

General Instructions:

Strict action will be taken against students who do not adhere to the uniform norms of the school.

  • No low waist trousers are permitted.
  • Shirts should be properly tucked in.
  • Boys must get their hair cut at regular intervals.
  • Girls must plait their hair if it is below their shoulders. Short hair should be neatly pinned.
  • Students must attend the school in the prescribed uniform.
  • Every Wednesday and Saturday students will come to school in their prescribed house uniform.

Uniform (Boys)

SUMMER
(From I Week of April to II Week of October)
STD I to V
SHIRT :   Half sleeves, Stripes (12 No., S.Kumer Shade)
Pocket on left side
SHORTS : Grey (178, S.Kumar Shade) Panama-Matty
SHOES : Black
SOCKS : White with grey stripes
HANDKERCHIEF : White (Plain)
BELT : As prescribed

 

STD VI to XII
SHIRT : Half sleeves, Stripes (12 No., S.Kumer Shade)
Pocket on left side
TROUSERS : Grey (178, S.Kumar Shade) Panama-Matty
SHOES : Black
SOCKS : White with grey stripes
HANDKERCHIEF : White (Plain)
BELT : As prescribed

 

WINTER

(From III Week of October to IV Week of March)

STD VI to XII
SHIRT : Full sleeves, Stripes (12 No., S.Kumar Shade)
Pocket on left side
WOOLLEN TROUSERS : Grey (178, S.Kumar Shade) Panama-Matty
SWEATER : Grey ‘V’ neck with blue stripe
BLAZER : Navy Blue, Single Breast, Two Buttons
SHOES : Black
SOCKS : Grey woollen socks
HANDKERCHIEF : White (Plain)
BELT : As prescribed
SCHOOL TIE : As prescribed from Classes VI-XII

Uniform (Girls)

SUMMER
(From I Week of April to II Week of October)
STD I to V
SHIRT :   Half sleeves, Stripes (12 No., S.Kumer Shade)
Pocket on left side
TUNIC : Grey (178, S.Kumar Shade) Panama-Matty.
SHOES & SOCKS : Black shoes, white socks with grey stripes
RIBBON/HAIR BAND : White
HANDKERCHIEF : White (Plain)
BELT : As prescribed
STD VI to VIII
BLOUSE : (With gathers) Stripes (12 No., S.Kumar Shade)
DIVIDER : Grey (178, S.Kumar Shade) Panama-Matty.
SHOES & SOCKS : Black shoes, white socks with grey stripes
RIBBON/HAIR BAND : White
HANDKERCHIEF : White (Plain)
BELT : As prescribed

 

STD IX to XII
KURTA : Half sleeves, stripes (12 No., S.Kumar Shade)
with collar and flaps on shoulders
SALWAR : Grey (178, S.Kumar Shade)
DUPATTA : Grey
SHOES & SOCKS : Black shoes, white socks with grey stripes
RIBBON/HAIR BAND : White
HANDKERCHIEF : White (Plain)

Please Note : Uniform prescribed for Girls (IX-XII) is optional for Class VIII.

WINTER

(From III Week of October to IV Week of March)

STD I to V
TUNIC/ WOOLLEN : Grey (178, S.Kumar Shade) Panama-Matty.
TROUSERS
SWEATER : Grey ‘V’ neck with blue stripe
TIE : As prescribed
BLAZER : Navy Blue, Single Breast, Two Buttons
SOCKS : Grey woollen socks

 

STD VI to XII
BLAZER : Navy Blue, Single Breast, Two Buttons
SOCKS : Grey woollen socks

(Rest of the uniform remains the same as prescribed for summer)

School Timings

Summer :

(From I Week of April to II Week of October)

Pre-primary – 8.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.

I-XII – 7.30 a.m. to 1.35 p.m.

Winter :

(From III Week of October to IV Week of March)

Pre-primary – 9.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m.

I-XII – 8.00 a.m. to 2.00 p.m.

Note:  Parents/Guardians will have to arrange conveyance according to the timings mentioned above. Changes in the school timings may be made whenever necessary. A different schedule will be followed during the exams.

Scheme of Examination

(2016-17)

The following subjects are taught in school.

  1. Classes I to X
  • English
  • Hindi
  • Mathematics
  • Science (Physics, Chemistry and Biology for classes IX & X)
  • Social Science (History, Civics, Geography and Economics for Classes IX & X)
  • Computer Science
  • French/Sanskrit (Classes VI to VIII)
  • Value Education (Classes I to VIII)
  • FIT -Foundation of Information Technology (Classes IX-X)
  1. Streams offered in Class XI-XII
    (A) Science
  • English Core
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Biology
(v) Mathematics (C)
Humanities
(vi) Physical Education
(i) English
(vii) Economics
(ii) Political Science
(viii) Entrepreneurship
(iii) Sociology
(ix) Informatics Practices
(iv) Economics
(B)
Commerce
(v) Informatics Practices
(i) English Core
(vi) Fine Arts
(ii) Accountancy
(iii) Business Studies
(iv) Economics
(v) Mathematics
(vi) Entrepreneurship
(vii) Informatics Practices
(viii) Physical Education

Scheme of Examination

For Classes Nursery to Prep

Continuous assessment will be conducted on the basis of class assignments.

For Classes I to X

The academic year will be divided into two terms. The assessment scheme will be :

Term Type of Assessment Assessment Percentage
Duration of
weightage
First Term Formative Assessment -1 02 May to 10%
(April- 10 May
September)
Formative Assessment -2 01 August to 10%
10 August
Summative Assessment -1 15 September 30%
to Examination
30 September
Second Term Formative Assessment -3 01 December 10%
(October- to
March) 10 December
of
Formative Assessment -4 18 January 10% Scheme
to
25 January
Summative Assessment -2 Last week 30%
of February
Total Formative Assessments (FA) = FA1 + FA2 + FA3 + FA4 = 40%
Summative Assessments (SA) = SA1 + SA2 = 60%

(Please Note : Assessment scheme for classes IX & X will be subject to change as per the norms prescribed by the CBSE.)

For Classes XI and XII
Term Type of Assessment Assessment Percentage of
Duration weightage
First Term UT – 1 01 August 20%
(April- to
September) 10 August
Term – 1 15 September 80%
to
30 September
Second Term UT – 2 01 December 20%
(October- (Class XI) to
March) 10 December
Pre Board-1 First Week of
(Class – XII) December
Pre Board (Class – X) From
Pre Board-2 (Class – XII) 09 January
Term – II Last week 80%
(Class – XI) of February
Note :
  • In the first term there will be one unit test of 25 marks of 1 hour duration and a half yearly examination of 100 marks of three hours duration, for classes XI and XII.
  • In the second term there will be one unit test of 25 marks of 1 hour duration and an annual examination of 100 marks of three hours duration for class XI.
  • In the second term there will be two Pre-Board examinations of 100 marks and three hours duration each for class XII.

Academic Assessment

(1)      For Classes I to VIII – As per the CBSE guidelines.
(2)      For Class IX
  • The student must get Grade ‘D’ or more in all the subjects.
  • In case a student secures grade ‘E’ in the Final Assessment in one or more subjects, he/she has to improve the performance through one attempt improvement test.
  • Student will not be promoted to the next class unless he/she obtains Grade ‘D’ or more in all the subjects.
(3)      For Class XI
  • The student must get 33% or more in all the subjects. In subject involving practical examination the student must secure 33% separately in theory and practical exams.
  • In case a student secures less than 33% in one subject, he/she has to improve in the performance through one attempt improvement test.
  • In case a student secures less than 33% in more than one subject, he/she will not be promoted to class XII.
(4)       For Classes IX-XII: As per the CBSE guidelines.

A True SJPIAN

  • Regular, punctual and diligent.
  • Courteous and polite.
  • Continuously aiming for excellence.
  • Well-groomed and carries himself/herself well.
  • Has a positive attitude towards life.
  • Proud of the school and the uniform he/she wears.
  • Open to suggestions and criticism.
  • Ready to face the challenges of life.

 

Suggestions for a good performance
  • Start with a clean desk.
  • Straight body, straight thinking.
  • Set your priorities.
  • Do not hesitate to get your doubts cleared by the teacher.
  • Note down your home work daily in your diary.
  • Always revise the work done in class on that very day at home.
  • Get enough exercise everyday. It keeps the mind fresh.

Pray daily for the strength and courage to live a virtuous life.

Code of Conduct For Students

  1. The school strives to promote the virtue of punctuality among the students. Late comers may not be allowed to attend classes.
  1. Students are required to report to the school in proper school uniform with well-trimmed hair/tied hair, identity card, school belt and well-polished shoes. Nails must be kept clean, plain and short.
  2. Carrying of mobiles in the school premises is strictly prohibited.
  1. Students commuting to the school by their personal two-wheelers must carry a driving license compulsorily with them.
  1. Students must protect the school property and contribute to enhance the beauty of the school. Expenses incurred on any damage done to school property by any student will be fully borne by his/her, parent/guardian. Taking care of the class room and the amenities therein is the collective responsibility of the entire class. In case of damage, fines will be levied.
  1. The students are required to behave in a courteous manner in the school premises.
  • Do not keep hands in your pockets while talking to others.
  • Do not overtake seniors/guests while walking in the hall way.
  • Do not walk away without greeting people.
  • Do not interrupt when somebody is speaking.
  1. Speaking in loud tones, harsh words or involvement in fights with fellow students will be considered highly objectionable and punishable.
  1. Students must compulsorily converse in English whenever they are in the school premises.
  1. Any unethical or indecent behaviour in the school premises or in the vicinity of the school, that brings disrepute to the school, will be unacceptable.
  1. Carrying the Scholar’s Diary to school every day is compulsory.

To The Parents

A child’s education is a joint responsibility of home and school. Hence, the greater the cooperation between the two, the more fruitful will be the educational efforts and the faster and surer will be the child’s progress.

  • Kindly familiarize yourself with this diary and the rules it contains.
  • The pages at the back of this diary are meant for parent-teacher communication. Please go through them everyday and sign if required.
  • Parents / Guardians are not allowed to visit their ward or teachers in classrooms. Appointments with and requests to the Principal or teachers should be made through the diary. In case of an emergency the Principal/teacher may be contacted through the school office.
  • If your ward is required to take leave, kindly send information through an application. Leave on medical grounds must be supported by a medical certificate.
  • Long leave for outings and celebrations is not encouraged by the school. Please make it as short as you can.
  • Please note that half-day leave will not be granted to your ward. Reasons such as doctor’s appointment etc. will not be entertained. In such cases you are advised not to send your ward to school that day.
  • Kindly acknowledge all letters and circulars in the circular record page in the diary. Meet the school authorities, as and when asked to do so.
  • Persistent lack of response by parents/guardian to the letters/advice/notes sent by the school may result in removal of the pupil’s name from the school.
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