Y.M.M. CENTRAL SCHOOL
Chitumoola, Thazhava P.O, Karunagapally, Kollam
Affiliated to C.B.S.E New Delhi
Phone: 0476-2621632, 3240623
Rules and Regulations

The academic year begins in the first week of June and ends in the last week of March with two breaks for Onam and Christmas holidays.

Application for admission should be submitted in prescribed forms by parents or responsible guardians to the head of the school.

Application for admission to Class I should be supported by a copy of Birth Certificate obtained from the competent authority as proof of age.

A child coming from another school must produce aTransfer Certificate from the school last attended.

The school managing committee or the Principal has the right to admit or refuse admission to any pupil seeking admission.

Transfer Certificate will be issued only after the publication of results of the final examination.

Transfer Certificate or any other certificate of pupils will be issued only after the payment of all dues to the school.

Wearing uniform is compulsory. Pupils not in uniform will not be allowed to attend the classes.

Personal cleanliness must be strictly observed. The dress must be neat and clean. Also the book should be kept neat and tidy.

Pupils should respect and obey the teachers and school authorities and strictly follow the instructions given by them from time to time.

Pupil should not absent himself I herself from the class without application for leave signed by parents / guardians stating the reason for the absence.

School fee must be paid punctually on or before the due date. If not paid on the due date, the fee has to be paid with fine on the date fixed for that.

The defaulters of fees will not be allowed to appear for the exam.

Pupils suffering from contagious or infectious diseases like chickenpox, measles, mumps etc. should not be sent to school until they are medically fit.

Continuous absence for 15 days without leave will cause the removal of the pupil’s name from the school register. In such cases they can be re-admitted only after the payment of admission fee and other miscellaneous fees. Re-admission cannot be claimed as a matter or right. The school authorities will have full discretion in this matter.

Pupils should appear for all the examinations and unit tests. If a pupil is not able to attend any of the examinations the parent should submit a leave letter stating the reason. No re-exam will be conducted and the marks of other examinations will be considered for promoting the pupil to the next standard.

Promotion to the higher class will be granted or denied on the basis of marks obtained in the examinations.

If any school equipment or belongings of other pupils are destroyed or damaged by the pupil she! he will have to make good of it.

PARENTAL CO-OPERATION

Parents have an important role to play in the education of their children. The co-operation and goodwill of parents are most essential for healthy and useful parent-teacher relationship.The school needs the involvement of parents in all kinds of its activities aimed at providing excellent educational opportunities for the pupils and also in indentifying their talents and skills. So the parents and guardians are requested to extend their whole-hearted cooperation and assistance in all the programmes the school organises for the betterment of their children.

  1. Parents should respond to all intimations sent from the school.
  1. They should attend parent-teacher meetings arranged periodically by the school and offer their suggestions and assistance in the efforts taken by the school authorities to improve the teaching and learning of their children.

Parents should go through the rules and regulations of the school. They should see that children obey the rules.

They should sign and return the progress reports, examination papers and any such material sent from school.

Parents should help and encourage their children to take part in the co-curricular activities arranged by the school for the benefit of their children.

When their wards are absent they should make a note in the school diary stating reasons for their absence from the class with signature in the columns provided for it.

They should see that their children come to school with necessary snacks and lunch.

They should see that the children do not wear valuable ornaments like gold chains, bangles etc. when they come to school.

Parents should see that their children are prompt and regular in doing their home assignments given by the teachers and help them, if needed.

Parents are not allowed to meet their children or their teachers during class hours without the permission of the Principal.

  1. Parents and guardians are requested to co-operate with the school in observing all the rules and regulations laid down by the school authorities as and when they are required.
  1. Undesirable practices like irregular attendance, habitual idleness, disobedience or defiance of school authorities and malpractice in examination, badly affect the moral tone and discipline of both the school and the students. So the parents are requested to see that their wards do not indulge in such activities which may cause the removal of their names from the school roll.
  1. Parents are requested to keep in touch with the head of the institution and teachers regarding the progress, attendance and conduct of their children.