:: INTRODUCTION OF SCHOOL ::
The School began in June 1966 with the Pre-Primary and Primary section. By 1974, it became a full-fledged school providing education from Nursery to Std. X. The school is affiliated to Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education and follows the state syllabus.
Kulapatti Munshiji firmly believed that the best way of preserving and propagating our culture and values among the youth is through education. The school provides learning environment that encourages children to explore their potential and allows the children to grow into sensitive and thinking adults.
The school aims to nurture the congnitive, physical, moral, ethical, intellectual and emotional development of children to make them well adjusted and contributing good citizens of our society, adhering to the fundamental values of life.
1. The school year commences in June and ends in April and is divided into two terms. The first term commences in June and the second term in November.
Junior & Senior Kg
9.00 a.m to 11.45 a.m
12.30 p.m to 3.15 p.m
Primary I to IV
12.50 p.m to 6.05 p.m
1st & 3rd Saturdays 12.50 p.m. upto 3.15 p.m.
2nd & 4th Saturdays are Holidays
Secondary V to X
7.10 a.m to 12.45 p.m
1st & 3rd Saturdays
7.10 a.m. to10.30a.m.
2nd & 4th Saturdays are Holidays
The above timings are subject to changes to suit the convenience of the school.
3. FEES :
• Parents are requested to pay fees on time to ensure the smooth functioning and administration of the school.
• Fees have to be paid in two instalments on six monthly basis.
• The last date of paying the first instalment is 30th June every year and the last date of paying the second instalment is 31st December every year, failing which a fine of Rs. 10/- per day will be charged as late fees.
• Fees have to be paid in the Indian Bank Bhavan's Campus Branch, Andheri West.
• If a cheque bounces, the school will not accept a cheque from the person again for that academic year. Thereafter the payment must be made in cash. The fine charged by the bank and the school will be borne by the parent for cheques that bounce for any reason.
• Part of the month will be treated as a whole month for the purpose of payment of fees of all kinds.
• Bus fees are payable for twelve months at one time latest by 31st July.
• The default in payment of fees within the prescribed period will render the Pupil's name to be struck off the rolls.
4. ADMISSIONS :
1. The school is open to all boys and girls without any distinction of race, caste, creed and social status.
2. A pupil who has attended any recognized school cannot be admitted without a school leaving certificate of the school previously attended.
3. No pupil younger than three years shall be admitted in kindergarten classes and no pupil younger than five years shall be admitted in standard I. Admission in standards higher than standard I shall be made on a corresponding scale of age.
4. A student coming from private unrecognised school must produce an affidavit for the same. They will be examined and assigned to the class they are fit for. In case of a child who has not attended any school, the Birth Certificate must be produced.
5. Parents seeking admission for their children should apply in writing in the prescribed form and pay the registration fee and agree to abide by the rules and regulations of the school.
6. It is entirely within the competence of the Principal to entertain or reject an application for admission without assigning any reason whatsoever.
7. Mere registration on the waiting list is no guarantee for admission. The Admission is final when the parent or guardian is so informed and the fees are paid.
5. WITHDRAWAL :
Generally, withdrawals are not permitted except at the end of a term unless such withdrawals are warranted by transfer of the parents/ guardians or in similar circumstances. But in that case the notice of withdrawal must be given in writing. If a student withdraws in the middle of the month the parents and guardians will not be entitled to the refund of the month’s fees or any portion thereof.
SCHOLARSHIP & FREESHIP
Scholarship-cum-tuition will be awarded to a pupil really qualified as may be fixed by the school authorities.
Limited number of freeship will be awarded to deserving pupils subject to regular attendance and satisfactory progress.
SCHOOL UNIFORMS :
|For Boys : V to VII White Half sleeved Shirt & Blue Half Pant with a School Tie
For Boys : VIII to X White Half sleeved Shirt & Blue Full Pant with a School Tie
For Girls : Blue Overall& White Blouse with a School Tie
Hair should be oiled and tied in two plaits with black ribbons.
Shoes : Black Shoes all-weather with White Socks
Only a Navy Blue Sweater (Without Collar) will be permitted in school.
RULES & INSTRUCTIONS
1. Parents / guardians wishing to meet the Principal should take an appointment before- hand either on phone or by a letter.
2. No parents/ guardians or visitors are allowed to see the pupils or teachers during class hours without the prior permission of the Principal.
3. Parents and guardians are earnestly requested to enforce regularity and discipline and to see that their wards devote sufficient time to study at home daily and also during vacation.
4. The engagement of private tutors is not approved by the Education Department and parents and guardians should not engage any of the school teachers as private tutors.
5. Pupils must come clean, neat and tidily dressed in their proper school uniforms.
6. No pupil shall leave the school premises during the school hours without the permission of the Principal.
7. No pupil can remain absent for a day or a part of the day except on a written prior application from the parents / guardians.
8. Pupils not returning to the school after holidays are liable to have their names struck off the rolls.
9. If a pupil is absent owing to illness or otherwise, he / she must on his / her return bring a note written in ink on the special page provided for the purpose in the register, and signed by the parent or guardian, testifying the purpose to the effect. In case of longer illness i.e. lasting more than a week, the Principal should be informed in writing by the parent \ guardian along with a valid medical certificate.
10. Irregular attendance, habitual idleness, disobedience, dishonesty or conduct injurious to the moral tone of the school, within the school premises or out-side the school shall be dealt very strictly.
11. Any damage done in the class or ground of the school premises or to school property must be made good by the parent of the student responsible.
If the offender is not discovered, a collective fine may be imposed upon the entire class. The decision of the Principal regarding the amount to be paid is final.
12. Pupils are expected to look after their own belongings. Parents / guardians should see to it that their children do not bring any costly material to the school. The pupils are responsible for their belongings and the school is not responsible for any loss or damage caused though of course every normal care and precaution will be taken to safe-guard their belongings.
13. No extra books, newspapers or periodicals shall be brought to School without the previous sanction of the Principal.
14. Cell-Phones are strictly prohibited in the school premises and if found they will be confiscated.
15. All pupils are responsible to the School authorities for their conduct in and outside the School so long as they are pupils of the School .
16. Every pupil must possess a copy of the School register which should be brought to class on all days.
17. No collection for any purpose whatsoever shall be started in the School premises without the sanction of the Principal.
18. No presents shall be offered to any member of the staff by the Pupils / Parents/Guardians.
19. Promotion from one standard to another will be made at the end of the school academic year as per the rules laid down by the Education Department.
20. If a student has some contagious disease, the Principal should be informed as soon as possible and the pupil must not be sent to School until the risk of carrying the infection is over.
21. Pupils will ordinarily be not available on the telephone. Parents and guardians in case of an emergency may contact the Principal who will convey the message if required.
22. Pupils must speak English in the Classroom & within the School-Premises.
23. When a pupil moves along the corridor he / she must keep to the left and observe silence.
24. Any object liable to prove to be a source of disturbance like crackers, water pistols, magazines or paper etc., if found in the possession of pupils will make them liable for severe punishment.
25. Running, playing and shouting inside the school building is not allowed.
26. No pupil is allowed to remain in the classroom during assembly or recess. Pupils from one class are not permitted to enter another class.
27. No pupil will be exempted from Physical Education without a proper medical certificate.
- Regular tests and examinations are held according to the Govt. Notification.
- Examination answer-papers (with exception of those of the final Examination) will be shown to the students in class so that they may note their mistakes.
- Answer papers for all examinations will be provided by the School.
- There will be 2 unit Tests (Std. IX) and 2 Semester examination during the year.
If any student caught copying or in any sort of indiscipline in the examination hall, he / she will be given a zero for that paper. Exchange of any Paper, Notebook, Textbook, Guide, Self Study, Loose Page / pages found will be considered as copy- cases.
Promotion of the student made at the end of the year is on the basis of marks obtained in the written examination of the unit test and 2 semesters and the years performance coupled with oral examination, home work marks, practicals etc. as prescribed class-wise.
- The annual result is the average of the marks, the student obtains in the examinations and the years work.
- The minimum average marks required to pass is 35% in each subject.
To pass std. IX & X, a student must secure at least Grade “C” in the work experience and the school Certificate subjects i.e. Computers, P.D., P.T. & Social Service.
TIPS TO BE A GOOD STUDENT :
1. Never omit any lesson done or home work assigned.
2. Always revise the work done in class and get your difficulties solved.
3. If memory work is assigned, learn it overnight and repeat it the first thing in the morning.
4. Repeat at the end of the week, all that was learnt during the week.
5. Make a daily home time – table for yourself. In this way you will learn to be a student of regular habits which is a most valuable asset in later life.
6. Realise the value of time. Do not wait till the approach of the examinations. The key to success is regular and sincere work.
Do not waste your God-given talents for want of application.
PRINCIPLES OF DISCIPLINE (According to Grant-in-aid code)
Regularity and implicit obedience is expected in the school.
Politeness and courtesy of speech and conduct as well as neatness of dress and person are to be inculcated.
Pupils are to be made to realise that they are responsible to the school authorities not only for their conduct in the school but also for the general behaviour outside. Any reported or observed objectionable conduct out of the school on the part of the pupil should make them liable to disciplinary action.
Parents are given to understand that they cannot dictate to the management and that the management has a right to say on what conditions they will admit or retain pupil in their schools provided such conditions are in conformity with the grant-in-aid code and the instructions issued by the Directors and the Educational Inspectors.
The Pupil shall not take part in any political activities.
Any pupil who is persistently insubordinate or is repeatedly or willfully mischievous or is guilty of unauthorized alteration in documents and leaving certificates or who in the opinion of the Principal has an unwhole-some influence on his fellow pupils may be removed from the rolls. The removal may be temporary or permanent according to the gravity of the offence.