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Admissions Eligibility and selection process

The school academics is from June to April. Registration opens in the month of February each year. The application form with two passport size photographs of the child attached and duly filled must be submitted in the office. A written test will be conducted on a specified date followed by an interview of the child together with his/her parents.

The following documents must be submitted at the time of admission:-
  • Birth Certificate from an authorized Municipal Body/institution
  • Transfer Certificate from the school last attended
  • Report Card of the class last attended


The daily study of the student is assessed by the teachers by means of oral tests and assignments or activities as part of the CCE (Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation). It is also tested by means of formative assessments and summative assessments. Attendance in all examinations is compulsory. There will be no re-examination under any circumstances. The minimum pass mark is 35% in each subject.

Summative Assessment
The syllabus in all subjects will be divided into two semesters and there will be a summative assessment at the end of each semester.
  • Evaluation will be based on the student’s continuous academic performance during the year.
  • There will be two terms in every academic year. Each term will have two formative and one Summative Assessment.
  • Assessment will be indicated in grades.
  • Overall grade of Formative Assessments over the two terms (FA 1 + FA 2 + FA 3+ FA 4) and the overall grade of Summative Assessment (SA 1+ SA 2) must be given. The total of two grades which comprises (Formative and Summative) needs to be given in the relevant column.

The results of these are communicated to the parents by means of marks card issued at the completion of every examination. The marks card will be sent home after each unit test and terminal examinations Parents are expected to sign it and return within two days.


Producing the Hand-book to the class-teacher at the time of result of Semester Examinations is compulsory. Promotion to the next class at the end of the academic year will be based on the overall performance of the student during the year, with 75% of attendance.


A month’s notice is required before a student be withdrawn from school, failing which a month’s fee must be paid. Those who leave in April must pay their fees for May also. Notice of leaving the school must be given before the beginning of the holidays, or else for the first month of the following term will have to be paid.

Fee Schedule


School (Classes VI-X) fees could be pain in three installments.

I installment :- April or at the time of admission
II installment:- September 1st to 10th.
III installment:- December 1st to 10th.
Defaulters will be liable to a late fee of Rs. 5/- per day.

Fee Regulations

  • Fee Challan must be collected from the Payment Office and remit the amount only in cash at South Indian Bank, Bannerghatta Road Branch
  • Students must retain the “student’s Copy of the challan safely for future reference.
  • Students are expected to clear all their arears including fine for breakage, damages etc. before collecting the admission ticket for the Board Examination.


  • Establishment fee (New Admission)
  • Re-admission fee
  • Admission fee
  • Games fee (Yearly)
  • Tuition fee
  • Maintenance fee
  • Computer fee
  • Annual fee
  • Medical fee
  • Lab fee
  • Library fee
  • Smart class fee
  • Theatre in Education


The school uniform is obligatory on all working days. It is mandatory for all students to wear their School Identity Card while in the school campus. It is the duty of the parents/guardians to see that students come to school neatly dressed in the prescribled school uniform. The students are encouraged to maintain personal hygiene.


  • Wear uniform skirt or kurta of knee length
  • Maintain long hair-plaited, medium length hair-pony tail, bob cut hair
  • Wear only black colour ribbons or black hairpins or hair bands with the daily school uniform
  • Use house color ribbons for house uniform
  • Ensure that you do not have streaked hair, fancy hair styles, leave shoulder length or long hair untied
  • Avoid eye makeup, more than one, ear piercing, painting the nails, applying mehendi, adorning the hair with flowers
  • Shun from wearing gold earings, bangles, chains, colorful and fancy jewellery, and long earrings.


  • Shun from wearing low waist and tight fitting pants in the campus
  • Tuck in the shirt properly at all times
  • Close the buttons of the shirt at all times
  • Wear clean and polished shoes daily. Slippers must never be worn to school even on special class days
  • Avoid growing beards, long side burns, long hair, streaked hair and fancy hair styles; not permitted to wear bands, bracelets or chains

Note:- If a student makes any alteration in the pattern or the stitching of the uniform as is prescribed by the school, disciplinary action may be initiated by the authority after making a record of warning in the Student Handbook