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Academic Session

The residential system of education has been adopted in this institution. A student once admitted in the 1st year class during the month of July, his/her studentship shall continue here till the completion of CHSE examinations. Therefore, for the betterment of the students performance 1st year course is being completed by the month of March every year and the teaching of 2nd year course begins from the 1st April next. Under this circumstance GJSC has been taking up the academic session for the 1st year and 2nd year students form July to March and April to the end of CHSE examinations respectively.
 

Application for Leaving College

If any student opt for leaving college and take the TC, the student has to pay the prescribed college dues as mentioned in mode of payment vide page-10. Even the student is allowed rebate for study in this college, he/she will be disallowed this rebate if he/she opts to leave the college and take TC in the middle of session.


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Department
MIL(Odia),Sanskrit,Hindi,English,Physics,Chemistry,Mathematics,IT(Information Technology),Geology,Biology


Course
MIL(Odia),Sanskrit,Hindi,English,Physics,Chemistry,Mathematics,IT(Information Technology),Geology,Biology,Enviromental Education,Basic Computer Education(BCE),Yoga


COURSES OF STUDY


Rules & regulation

Absence Leave & Late Arrival

Parents and guardians will appreciate that absence during the term is not in the best interest of the student. They are asked not to apply for leave if avoidable, but a proper leave application has to be submitted under any circumstances. Leave can be granted to the student only on the following grounds:

1. In case of serious illness or demise of a very near relative.
2. To attend the marriage of his / her sibling, uncle or aunt.
3. Any other occasion deemed fit by the school authorities
4. Leave will be not be granted for more than four days.

No student who has been absent on the previous day will be allowed to attend class until the parent fills up the “Record for Non-Attendance” for each day the student has been absent from school, stating the reasons for absence. A student, returning to school after recovering from an infectious or contagious disease, should produce a doctor’s fitness certificate permitting him / her to do so. Students suffering from the following diseases must observe the prescribed period of quarantine before returning to school: Students who require medical attention during school hours, will be sent to the school infirmary with the concerned teacher’s signature on the “School Infirmary Record”. Repeated absence without leave or unexplained absence for more than six consecutive days renders the student liable to have his / her name struck off the rolls. Re-admission may be granted solely at the discretion of the Principal and only after payment of a fresh admission fee. The students are required to seek written permission for leave prior to the commencement of the leave. In case the leave is taken on medical grounds, an authentic medical certificate has to be produced. Leave for half day is not allowed at all, for security reasons. In emergency however, written permission for leave must be taken from the Principal / Vice Principal / Co-ordinator / Headmistress / Headmaster and the Class Teacher and the Bus In-charge should be informed, in case the student is availing the School transport facility. It is compulsory for the students to maintain at least 75% attendance in each semester. The percentage can be relaxed only on genuine medical grounds. If a child is absent continuously for more than three days due to medical reasons, then a letter from parents must be accompanied by a medical certificate. A letter has to be submitted positively to the class teacher in case of any absence. The management of the school reserves the right to alter/change the school timings as and when the circumstance warrants.

LATE ARRIVAL IN college
1. The college gate will close at 7.30 a.m. in the morning every day.
2. Students arriving late will not be allowed to enter the school. Necessary disciplinary action will be taken if they continue to loiter around the school premises.

WITHDRAWALS
1. One clear calendar month’s notice in writing or a month’s fee in lieu of notice must be given before the pupil is withdrawn.
2. Those who leave school in between sessions must in all cases pay the fees for the month last attended. Transfer Certificate will not be issued until all the dues of the school are settled.
3. The Caution Money not claimed upto three (3) years from the date of notice of withdrawal, will be forfeited.
4. Details to be given for the

T. C. Application :
1. Child’s Name, Class and Section.
2. Admission No.
3. Supporting documentation stating the reason for the transfer.
4. The last day / date of the child attending the school.
5. Parents Contact Nos. Parents and guardians will appreciate that absence during the term is not in the best interest of the student. They are asked not to apply for leave if avoidable, but a proper leave application has to be submitted under any circumstances. Leave can be granted to the student only on the following grounds:

1. In case of serious illness or demise of a very near relative.
2. To attend the marriage of his / her sibling, uncle or aunt.
3. Any other occasion deemed fit by the school authorities
4. Leave will be not be granted for more than four days.

No student who has been absent on the previous day will be allowed to attend class until the parent fills up the “Record for Non-Attendance” for each day the student has been absent from school, stating the reasons for absence.

A student, returning to school after recovering from an infectious or contagious disease, should produce a doctor’s fitness certificate permitting him / her to do so. Students suffering from the following diseases must observe the prescribed period of quarantine before returning to school:

Students who require medical attention during school hours, will be sent to the school infirmary with the concerned teacher’s signature on the “School Infirmary Record”.

Repeated absence without leave or unexplained absence for more than six consecutive days renders the student liable to have his / her name struck off the rolls. Re-admission may be granted solely at the discretion of the Principal and only after payment of a fresh admission fee.

The students are required to seek written permission for leave prior to the commencement of the leave. In case the leave is taken on medical grounds, an authentic medical certificate has to be produced.

Leave for half day is not allowed at all, for security reasons. In emergency however, written permission for leave must be taken from the Principal / Vice Principal / Co-ordinator / Headmistress / Headmaster and the Class Teacher and the Bus In-charge should be informed, in case the student is availing the School transport facility.

It is compulsory for the students to maintain at least 75% attendance in each semester. The percentage can be relaxed only on genuine medical grounds.

If a child is absent continuously for more than three days due to medical reasons, then a letter from parents must be accompanied by a medical certificate. A letter has to be submitted positively to the class teacher in case of any absence.

The management of the school reserves the right to alter/change the school timings as and when the circumstance warrants.


RULES

1. Students should arrive at school 5 minutes before the scheduled time.

2. Students should be habitually clean and always neatly dressed. Students who are shabbily dressed or not in proper uniform, will not be allowed to attend the classes.

3. No shouting or whistling is allowed in the school campus.

4. It is strictly forbidden to throw anything at anyone.

5. Changing of class rooms between periods should be done in silence and in an orderly fashion.

6. Care must be taken of all school property and in case of any damage being done-may be due to ignorance should be informed without delay to the office.

7. Text books should be neat and clean with a brown paper cover labelled with Child’s Name, Class, Sec., Roll No., Sub., House, Admn. No. etc. neatly written.

On the note books, Child’s Name, Class, Sec., Roll No., Sub., House, Admn. No. etc. should be neatly written.

8. It is not advisable to bring valuables like – mobile phones, costly ornaments to the school. Lending or borrowing of any article is not permitted and the school is not responsible for the goods lost.

9. Those who go back home alone should not loiter around but be prompt in returning home.

10. The students should observe decent mannerisms and etiquettes inside/outside the school campus wherever they go. They should remember that their behaviour reflects on the school and family as well. Bullying and using foul language inside/outside the school campus are punishable offences.

11. Irregular attendance, habitual idleness, neglect of school/home-work, disobedience and disrespect towards teachers, parents and seniors and creating an undesirable moral influence may lead to dismissal.

12. Any child who leaves the school in between the school working hours/before the scheduled time of departure will not be given attendance for that day.

13. The school reserves to itself the right to dismiss a student whose diligence or progress in studies is continuously unsatisfactory or whose conduct is harmful to other students or whose guardian shows little interest in the progress of the ward. Immorality, grave insubordination, contempt of authority or wilful damage to property is always a sufficient reason for immediate dismissal.

14. Students should not come to school by riding two-wheelers. They should come by school bus or by bicycle or walking.

15. No one is allowed to celebrate/observe/participate in any day apart from the ones mentioned in school calendar.

16. Bringing/giving gifts and cards to each other is not allowed in the school.


General Guidelines

1. Every student should carry his / her almanac cum prayer book each day.
2. Parents are requested to avail school bus facilities for transportation of student/ wards, subject to availability of seat. However, in case of students who come to school in their own transport should arrive at school 5 minutes before the start of the Home Room Period.
3. The warning bell before a class or assembly is a signal for all to go to the assembly or to their respective classrooms. This should be done promptly and in silence. As soon as they are in their classes students must get their books ready for the period.
4. Changing of classrooms between periods should be done in silence and in an orderly manner. We believe that education should foster independent thinking, exploration and experimentation as a life long process. With these aims constantly in mind it is our endeavour to develop in each student the following:
5. Students should be habitually clean and always neatly dressed. The school uniform should be worn on all working days and for all school functions. Students who are not in proper uniform will not be allowed to enter into their classrooms.
6. Non-Sikh boys should get their hair cut at regular intervals.
7. No shouting or whistling is allowed in or around the school building. Running in corridors is strictly prohibited.
8. It is strictly forbidden to throw anything at any one.
9. Care must be taken of all school property and no student should scratch or spoil the desks or chairs or damage things belonging to others. Damage done even by accident should be reported at once to the class teacher, or to the Principal.
10. Students are not allowed to bring any sharp instrument to school.
11. No books, (other than text books or library books) magazine or papers may be brought to the school without the principal’s permission. 12. Lending or borrowing of money or other articles is not permitted.
13. Cycles must be locked. Students may not ride around in the school compound on bicycles. Use of scooters / mopeds is strictly prohibited.
14. Students who come to school in the care of servants should never leave before the servants arrive. In case of delay, they should report to the school office. Those who go home alone should not loiter about on the way but be prompt in returning straight home. Students are warned not to buy anything, especially eatables from street vendors.
15. Our students should observe polite manner wherever they go; they should always remember that the school is judged by their conduct. They should greet their teachers when they meet them. Bullying and use of foul language are punishable offences.
16. Firing crackers or splashing colours during Diwali / Holi in the school premises is strictly forbidden. Non-compliance of these instructions can result in expulsion from the school.
17. Students are not allowed to bring mobile phones to school and it is strictly prohibited.
18. Students should attend all festivals celebrated in the school and if absent will have to pay a fine.
1. Every student should carry his / her almanac cum prayer book each day.
2. Parents are requested to avail school bus facilities for transportation of student/ wards, subject to availability of seat. However, in case of students who come to school in their own transport should arrive at school 5 minutes before the start of the Home Room Period.
3. The warning bell before a class or assembly is a signal for all to go to the assembly or to their respective classrooms. This should be done promptly and in silence. As soon as they are in their classes students must get their books ready for the period.
4. Changing of classrooms between periods should be done in silence and in an orderly manner.
We believe that education should foster independent thinking, exploration and experimentation as a life long process. With these aims constantly in mind it is our endeavour to develop in each student the following:
5. Students should be habitually clean and always neatly dressed. The school uniform should be worn on all working days and for all school functions. Students who are not in proper uniform will not be allowed to enter into their classrooms.
6. Non-Sikh boys should get their hair cut at regular intervals.
7. No shouting or whistling is allowed in or around the school building. Running in corridors is strictly prohibited.
8. It is strictly forbidden to throw anything at any one.
9. Care must be taken of all school property and no student should scratch or spoil the desks or chairs or damage things belonging to others. Damage done even by accident should be reported at once to the class teacher, or to the Principal.
10. Students are not allowed to bring any sharp instrument to school.
11. No books, (other than text books or library books) magazine or papers may be brought to the school without the principal’s permission.
12. Lending or borrowing of money or other articles is not permitted.
13. Cycles must be locked. Students may not ride around in the school compound on bicycles. Use of scooters / mopeds is strictly prohibited.
14. Students who come to school in the care of servants should never leave before the servants arrive. In case of delay, they should report to the school office. Those who go home alone should not loiter about on the way but be prompt in returning straight home. Students are warned not to buy anything, especially eatables from street vendors.
15. Our students should observe polite manner wherever they go; they should always remember that the school is judged by their conduct. They should greet their teachers when they meet them. Bullying and use of foul language are punishable offences.
16. Firing crackers or splashing colours during Diwali / Holi in the school premises is strictly forbidden. Non-compliance of these instructions can result in expulsion from the school.
17. Students are not allowed to bring mobile phones to school and it is strictly prohibited.
18. Students should attend all festivals celebrated in the school and if absent will have to pay a fine.


Colleg Uniform

Note : All the students are expected to wear the following School Uniform Summer Uniform to be worn from the beginning of the new session until school issues instruction regarding wearing of the winter uniform. SUMMER (Boys) : 1. White shirts half sleeves. 2. Vests should always be worn under the shirts. 3. White shorts (not more 31/2” above knee) upto class -VII. 4. White trousers for class VIII upward. 5. Black shoes with laces, medium toe Bata Make (Lilliput / Naughty boy). 6. White socks. 7. Bottle green school belt. Note : Turban if worn should be dark green in colour. GIRLS: 1. White half sleeved blouse. 2. White tunic not more than 1” above the knee. 3. Black shoes (Medium toe) Bata Make (Ballerina) 4. White socks. 5. Bottle green school belt. 6. Bottle green ribbons. WINTER (Boys) : Note : 1. Winter uniform must be worn from 1st November to till the end of the session. 1. White full sleeved shirts. 2. Vests should always be worn under shirts. 3. Steel grey trousers with two cross pockets at the side for all classes. (width of the trousers should not be more than 16”). Drainpipes or bell-bottomed trousers are not allowed. 4. Black shoes with laces, medium toe. Bata make (Lilliput/ Naughty boy) 5. Green socks (one; of good quality with elastic upto knee level) for all classes. 6. School Blazer (single breasted) in bottle green (compulsory) with school metal buttons and monogram. 7. Plain ‘V’, Neck front closed bottle green woollen sweater/cardigan to be given as per winter conditions. 8. Bottle green ties. 9. Bottle green school belt. Note : Turbans if worn should be of bottle green colour. GIRLS: 1. White full sleeved blouse. 2. Steel grey tunic not more than 1â€Â above knee for all classes. 3. Black shoes medium toe. Bata make (Ballerina) 4. Green socks (good quality with elastic for all classes). 5. School Blazer (single breasted) in bottle green (compulsory) with school metal buttons and monogram. 6. Plain ‘V’ neck, front closed bottle green woollen sweater/ cardigan to be worn as per winter conditions. 7. Bottle green ties. 8. Bottle green school belt. 9. Bottle green ribbons. SPORTS UNIFORM: 1. White T-Shirt with collar, without pocket, half sleeves. 2. White shorts/ divided skirts upto class V and steel grey track suit with pocket from class VI to XII. 3. White socks. 4. White sports shoes. 5. Bottle green belt as per school uniform. 6. White handkerchief. Note : 1. For all children, boys and girls alike the proper footwear both in summer and winter is black shoes. No shoes of any other colour or kind, nor chappals or high-heeled sandals are permissible. White Sports shoes may be worn only for sports and games. 2. As long as a student is on the school roll he / she must always come to school in uniform, also during practicals. Examinees who sit for their C.B.S.E. (X & XII) examination must appear in their proper school uniform in the examination hall. 3. No student is allowed to attend any school function in or outside the school without school uniform.Note : All the students are expected to wear the following School Uniform Summer Uniform to be worn from the beginning of the new session until school issues instruction regarding wearing of the winter uniform.

SUMMER (Boys) :
1. White shirts half sleeves.
2. Vests should always be worn under the shirts.
3. White shorts (not more 31/2” above knee) upto class -VII.
4. White trousers for class VIII upward.
5. Black shoes with laces, medium toe Bata Make (Lilliput / Naughty boy).
6. White socks.
7. Bottle green school belt.
Note : Turban if worn should be dark green in colour.

GIRLS:
1. White half sleeved blouse.
2. White tunic not more than 1” above the knee.
3. Black shoes (Medium toe) Bata Make (Ballerina)
4. White socks.
5. Bottle green school belt.
6. Bottle green ribbons.

WINTER (Boys) :
Note : 1. Winter uniform must be worn from 1st November to till the end of the session.
1. White full sleeved shirts.
2. Vests should always be worn under shirts.
3. Steel grey trousers with two cross pockets at the side for all classes. (width of the trousers should not be more than 16”). Drainpipes or bell-bottomed trousers are not allowed.
4. Black shoes with laces, medium toe. Bata make (Lilliput/ Naughty boy)
5. Green socks (one; of good quality with elastic upto knee level) for all classes.
6. School Blazer (single breasted) in bottle green (compulsory) with school metal buttons and monogram.
7. Plain ‘V’, Neck front closed bottle green woollen sweater/cardigan to be given as per winter conditions.
8. Bottle green ties.
9. Bottle green school belt.
Note : Turbans if worn should be of bottle green colour.

GIRLS:
1. White full sleeved blouse.
2. Steel grey tunic not more than 1â€Â above knee for all classes.
3. Black shoes medium toe. Bata make (Ballerina)
4. Green socks (good quality with elastic for all classes).
5. School Blazer (single breasted) in bottle green (compulsory) with school metal buttons and monogram.
6. Plain ‘V’ neck, front closed bottle green woollen sweater/ cardigan to be worn as per winter conditions.
7. Bottle green ties.
8. Bottle green school belt.
9. Bottle green ribbons.
SPORTS UNIFORM:
1. White T-Shirt with collar, without pocket, half sleeves.
2. White shorts/ divided skirts upto class V and steel grey track suit with pocket from class VI to XII.
3. White socks.
4. White sports shoes.
5. Bottle green belt as per school uniform.
6. White handkerchief.

Note :
1. For all children, boys and girls alike the proper footwear both in summer and winter is black shoes. No shoes of any other colour or kind, nor chappals or high-heeled sandals are permissible. White Sports shoes may be worn only for sports and games.
2. As long as a student is on the school roll he / she must always come to school in uniform, also during practicals. Examinees who sit for their C.B.S.E. (X & XII) examination must appear in their proper school uniform in the examination hall.
3. No student is allowed to attend any school function in or outside the school without school uniform.


Parents:

Raising and educating children is a joint responsibility of parents and teachers. Parents are teachers at home, and teachers are parents at the school. And the responsibility is jointly shared by them.

Effective interaction between the school and parents adds value to your child’s education. Teachers and parents have a common need for joining together in partnership: the need to foster positive growth in children and in themselves. It’s duty of Teacher and Parents to create a sense of mutuality so that the efforts are meaningful to all those involved. A positive parent involvement has a significant impact on student’s achievement, student’s school attendance and the central role of the school in student’s lives.

The attributes- warmth, a positive self image, a sense of efficacy, personal competence and effective interpersonal skills are the hallmarks of a good and meaningful partnership. Teachers provide an environment that is conducive to the growth of partnership approach in parents, consequently helping students grow in productive conditions.

Govt. Junior Science College, Ayeba, Kendrapara has commitment for inciting parents’ sense for an inviting school climate, modeling respect and communication skills, showing a genuine interest in children, responding constructively to children and teacher’s concerns and promoting a teamwork philosophy. Early childhood Education commitment to families is strengthened through our partnership process. True collaborative efforts are used in prompting teachers and parents to plan from a family-centered perspective.

 
General Guidelines:

    Read the contents carefully and abide by the rules laid down by the school authorities.
    Whenever you write to the school about your ward, always quote his/her full name, class, section and admission number.
    Giving and sending gifts to the teachers is strictly prohibited.
    No child will be allowed to leave the school premises before the school is over unless the Principal or any competent authority in her absence has granted the permission. Parents are requested not to make any social engagements or medical appointments during school working hours.
    To get the best from your school for your child, you are advised to maintain close contact with the school. We earnestly recommend parents and guardians to look into their school almanac every day and see that the lessons and homework assigned for the day are signed and done.
    Parents are required to inform the school if there is any change in the address/telephone numbers.
    The students should be encouraged to cultivate a habit of cleanliness and should be taught to maintain personal hygiene such as having clean ears, clipped nails, and trimmed plaited hair for girls.
    Should there be any infectious diseases in your house, please report the same to the school authorities. It is preferable not to send your ward to the school till the infection period is over.
    As the medium of instruction in this school is English, students should be helped to follow their work easily and intelligently by certain amount of regular reading and conversation in English at home.
    Our school is a ‘poly bag free’ zone. Parents are requested not to send or bring any items like lunch packs, stationery, craft articles etc. to school in poly bags.
    It is appreciable to lodge a complaint related to bus at the school desk rather than at the bus stoppages. A written complaint to the bus coordinator will help us to sort out our problems effectively.
    Any abusive language used by the student/parents/guardian against the transport staff shall be seriously dealt with.
    Consult the school calendar, date sheets and other particulars and sign the almanac regularly.
    Discourage private Tuition.
    Parents/Guardians are advised not to be involved in physical or mental abuse of any fellow student of the school for any reason whatsoever. However, complaint(s) if any, should be lodged with the competent authority to resolve the matter
     

Safety:

    Parents are requested to personally see off and receive their wards at the bus stop (Specially Classes Pre-Nursery to Class III).
    Please do not enter the school bus to see off or receive your wards.
    Please do not overtake or stop the College bus to facilitate the boarding of your wards, as it endangers the safety of other children.
    Please do not get into an argument with the teachers, conductor or driver present in the bus. In case of any problem, please write a complaint to the College office.

Consideration:

   Please avoid criticizing the College or teacher in presence of your child. This can result in the student losing respect for their teacher.
    You are requested to ensure that the birthday celebration of your ward is confined to his/her classmates only and that too on a modest scale. Students are not allowed to wear civil dresses even on his/her birthday.
    Parents are requested not to visit the classrooms. They can wait at reception to meet the student or teacher.

Fee Payment:

   Fee is to be deposited in the bank a/c authorised by the College from 1st to 11th day of every month.
    Late fine of Rs. 50 per day (after the due date/day) will be charged for delayed payment.
    Fee must be deposited in advance for a minimum of 3 months if desired (Day scholars) and two quarters (Boarders)
    The money has to be deposited in the College . Parent of the boarders are requested to maintain sufficient balance in Imprest account @ Rs. 2000/- per quarter.
    The fee structure is subject to change at any time.
    Term-wise payment is necessary to take or leave the bus service unless when a student is leaving the College without T.C. It is not possible for the College to provide bus facility to everyone. It will be done on a ‘first-come-first-served’ basis according to the admission numbers and number of students available for a requested stop.
    For the month of Jan, Feb and March all dues including fees are to be paid by 20th January. Students who default in fee payment will not be allowed to sit for examination.

NOTE:–
You are again reminded that Annual Miscellaneous Charges are also to be paid along with Tuition Fee for April, otherwise late fee will be charged.
    Tuition fee for May and June and the bus charges for May and June are also be paid by 11th May, before the College closes for Summer Vacation.
    Bus facility, if available, will be provided for the whole session only. It will not be possible to provide the said facility for a short duration.
 

IMPORTANT-Non-Payment of College tuition fee for three-consecutive months/one quarter will automatically strike off the child’s name from the College rolls. Fresh admission will have to be sought on payment of re-admission fee of Rs.3000.00.

Withdrawal:

   Day Scholars : If a child has to be withdrawn from College or for Transfer Certificate
        In the mid of the session: Parents are requested to give three months’ notice in writing and they need to pay the fees for the entire session/months left.
        At the end of the session: Those who wish to withdraw at the end of the academic session must inform the College latest by 15th of March. Exceptions may be made in case of sudden transfer of a Government employee or a Defence personnel.
        Boarding Student: Those who wish to withdraw their ward(s) in mid-session need to pay the amount for the entire session.
    Those who leave the College in the month of May, must in any case pay the fee for the month of June.
    Caution money can be returned only if the child has studied four consecutive years in the College , or else will be forfeited.
    Students can be asked to leave the College on the following grounds:
    Indisciplinary progress in work.
    Unsatisfactory progress in work.
    Repeated detention.

ENRICHMENT/EXTRA/REMEDIAL CLASSES-Special classes are held after College for students from III-XII. College transport will ply on main routes or the routes as informed to the students in advance.

DETENTION-On non-compliance of meeting deadline of homework. Students from class III to X will be detained during the break time/games/Extra Curricular activity periods, or after the College hours to complete their Home assignment.

Responsibility:

   The students must be responsible for their own belongings. The College is not responsible for this.
    Please ensure that your child does not bring any valuable articles e.g. expensive watches, cameras and jewellery to the College . In case of loss of valuables the College will try its best to trace the item but cannot be held responsible for the loss.
    Please mark all belongings of your ward with the name, admission number, class and section.
    Giving gifts or money to the staff members is strictly prohibited.
    College will not be held responsible for any injury suffered by a student during activities like games and sport, martial art, swimming etc.
    The College strongly believes that there is no second chance for a student who cheats. Students found using unfair means during the formative assessments and summative assessments, will be given zero in that subject. No retest will be held for such students who will also forfeit their right to any award whatsoever.
    Every student must wear an identity card.
    If mutilated or lost, a new set of identity card will have to be purchased by the parents by giving an application on the prescribed form available at the administrative office along with the replacement charge of Rs. 100 and the cost of the cardholder which is Rs. 25. They must also ensure that the mutilated cards are immediately surrendered along with the application form.

Punctuality:

    Your co-operation is requested to ensure that children are regular, punctual and disciplined.
    All students are instructed to join the College on the notified date at the beginning of the term and after each vacation or a fine of Rs.500/- will be levied on each child. Those absent on account of any illness must present a medical certificate before they are admitted in the class.
     Any student arriving late will not be allowed to enter the school. He/she will be sent back home and marked absent.

Attendance:

    It is compulsory for all students to complete 75% attendance before every exam to make them eligible to sit for the examination. In case attendance is short, the student will not be eligible for promotion/any academic award.
    No student, who has been absent on the previous day, will be admitted to the class without leave application stating the reason for absence.
    Repeated absence without leave or unexplained absence for more than 10 days will render the student liable to have his/her name struck off the rolls. Re-admission may be granted only after payment of fresh admission fee.
    Absenteeism is a major hindrance for the smooth progress of students in academics. A fine of Rs. 50 per day shall be imposed if a child is absent himself/herself without reason.
    A student returning to school after suffering from an infection or contagious disease, must produce a doctor’s fitness certificate permitting him/her to do so.
    Students suffering from the disease mentioned below, must observe the prescribed period of quarantine before returning to the school:

Chicken Pox – Till the scabs fall completely
Cholera – Till the child has recovered completely
Measles – Two weeks after the rashes disappears
Mumps – Until the swelling has gone
Whooping Cough – Six Weeks
Jaundice – Six Weeks


Scheme of Studies +2 Science TBL Duration of Course

The syllabi for 2 years course of each subject shall be divided into two parts namely 1st year and 2nd year carrying 100 marks each. The college will conduct one examination at the end of the 1st year class of +2 course and the Council will conduct the examination at the end of the 2nd year class of +2 course. The examination at the end of 1st year shall be for 700 marks (including 100 marks for Environmental Education) and the examination at the end of 2nd year shall be for 600 marks covering the curriculum meant for 2nd year alone. Marks secured in the examination to be conducted at the end of the 1st year shall be considered for promotion of students to the 2nd year class. The result of a candidate will be determined only on the performance of the candidate in the Council examination to be held at the end of the 2nd year.

Environmental Education (EE) is a compulsory subject like English and M.I.L. But Environmental Education will be taught only in the 1st year and the college will conduct examination for this subject at the end of the 1st year and grades will be awarded.

The main feature in the new course structure is that all the students shall offer four elective (Previously called optional) subjects. A student can choose these four elective subjects in the following manner. There shall be no extra or fourth optional subject.


FEE Fees structure(Science) TBL
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Rules & Regulations

  1. Each student has to stay in college hostel after his / her admission.
  2. No student will be allowed to go to his I her native place except on break-days Vacations under any circumstance.
  3. No student can keep a mobile phone, iphone.,ipad.,tape, radio, camera, gold ornaments etc. with him/her for use in the hostel.
  4. Parents /Guardians will he allowed to meet their wards only once in a month as per the schedule given below. They can also contact their ward(s) over phone once in a month If they so desire, but this should be avoided as far as possible, as such phone calls shall distract the concentration of their ward(s). Time schedule for phone calls and biting days for Parents/Guardian(s)
    (a) Meeting the 1st year students:
    On 2nd Sunday of every month between 9.00 am. to 5.00 p.m.
    (b) Phone calls to 1st’ year students:
    On 4th Sunday of every month between 12.00 noon to 5.00 p.m.
    (C) Meeting the 2nd year students:
    On 3rd Sunday of every month between 9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.
    (d) Phone calls to 2 year student:
    On 1st Sunday of every month between 12.00 noon to 5.00 p.m.
  5. No student of 2nd year class shall be allowed on any ground to leave the college and go to his/her native place after the publication of Test Examination results, till the completion of CHSE exam.
  6. It is mandatory on the part of each student lo attend all types of examinations conducted by the college.
  7. The students and their Parents/Guardians are requested to abide by the Rules & Regulations of the college as per their undertaking given in the admission form. Any violation of Rules and Regulations of GBIST or Mis-behaviour or Mis-conduct by a student or his/ her Parents/Guardians shall lead to disciplinary action against the student concerned. Depending on the seriousness and nature of the offence the disciplinary action can be Taken which may be in farm of fine to the tune of maximum 1.000/- or expulsion from the college.

Disciplinary Action / Punishment

(1) If the student will misbehave with other students or facuy, hc/she will be fined ₹1000/- for the first time. Repitition of such action will attract Issue of compulsory T.C. and expulsion from college.
(2) If d student involves himself /herself in criminal activities or highly objectionable activities in the eyes of the management, he/she will be expelled from the college.
(3) If the student shall damage anything of the institution, the cost of repairing or replacement is to be borne by the parent of the student.


Duration of Course:
The syllabi for 2 years course of each subject shall be divided into two parts namely 1st year and 2nd year carrying 100 marks each.
The college will conduct one examination at the end of the 1st year class of +2 course and the Council will conduct the examination at the end of the 2nd year class of +2 course. The examination at the end of 1st year shall be for 800 marks and the examination at the end of 2nd year shall be for 600 marks covering the curriculum meant for 2nd year alone. Marks secured in the examination to be conducted at the end of the 1st year shall be considered for promotion of students to the 2nd year class. The result of a candidate will be determined only on the performance of the candidate in the Council examination to be held at the end of the 2nd year.
Environmental Education (EE) and Yoga are compulsory subjects like English and M.I.L. It will be taught only in the 1st year and the college will conduct examination for this subject at the end of the 1st year and grades will be awarded which will be reflected in the final mark sheet given by Council.
 

Pratik’s Fee structure for the session 2012-14:
Course Duration – 2 years
Course fee for 1st yr.

1. For Day Scholars :

Admission fee3,500/-
Course fee (@ 115/- per day )42,000/-
Study Material fee11,000/-
Dress, Bag, I card, Note books, Pen6,000/-
Lunch fee (@ 40/- per day)14,600/-
Transportation (Optional)6000/-
Total83,100/-



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Alumni

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+2 Science

+2 Science Stream (384 Seats) :

Compulsory Subjects

SubjectMarks1st Year2nd Year
English200100100
M.I.L(Oriya/Hindi/Sanskrit/ Alternative English)200100100

Environmental Education(Compulsory) 100 Marks

The Environmental Education will be assessed at the college level for 100 marks( 70 marks for theory and 30 marks for project work) at the end of 1styear +2 course and the grades (A+, A, B,C, D in order of merit) are to be awarded by the college and the same shall be recorded in the body of pass certificate given by the council subsequently. The grade secured in the Environmental Education (EE) will not affect the result of the candidate.

MarksGrade
70% and aboveGr A+
60% to 69%Gr A
50% to 59%Gr B
35% to 49%Gr C
Below 35%Gr D



Elective Subjects

Each elective subject carries 200 marks

(100 marks in 1st year and 100 marks in 2nd year)

  • Physics
  • Chemistry

A student shall have to offer any four Elective subjects out of the following groups  as 3rd and 4th elective.

Group ‘A  for 3rd and 4th Elective subjects and Group ‘B’ for 4th elective.

Group A :  Mathematics / Biology / Geology [Can be opted as either 3rd or 4th elective subject (one in each core)].

Group B : Electronics /Information Technology (Can be opted as 4th Elective Subject only).
 

INTRODUCTION TO NEW COURSE & DISTRIBUTION OF MARKS IN SUBJECT , HAVING PRATICALS

       With the introduction of the new course structure from the academic session 2008-09 basically to de-stress the students joining +2 courses under the CHSE,odisha,there will be yearly examinations at the end of 1st year and 2nd year classes.1st year and 2nd year courses have been separated accordingly.The 1st year examination will be conducted at the college/H.S. school level for 100 marks in each subject and 2nd year examination will be conducted at the Council level for 100 marks in each subject.Marks secured in the 1st year examination shall be considered only for promotion of students to the 2nd year class and will have no bearing on the terminal examination,conducted by the Council at the end of the 2nd year.

      Pass certificates will be awarded to successful candidates basing on the performance in the  Council examination at the end of the 2nd year only.

     Restriction on selection of elective subjects is a new feature in the present course structure.Each student has to read 4 elective subjects in addition to the compulsory subjects i.i. English,M.I.L,and Environment Education.


      The Distribution of marks for subjects with praticals will be as follows:

Distribution of marks in subjects with pratical for H.S examination-2013 & onwards

Group A (Objective type)

Q.1 Multiple choice

Q.2 One word answer/very short answer/correct the sentence/fill up the blanks

Group B (Short type)

Q.3 Answer within two/three sentences

(Out of 12 bits , one has to answer 10 bits)

Q.4 Answer within six sentences

(Out of 5 bits , one has to answer 3 bits)

Group C (Long type)

Q.5 to 10 Out of six questions from all units one has to answer 3 questions.

 

Distribution of marks in biology for H.S examination-2013

Group A (Objective type)

Q1. Multiple choice /one word answer

Q2. Correct the sentences /Fill up the blanks

Group B (Short type)

Q3. Answer with two/three sentences

(Out of 8 bits,one has to answer 5 bits)

Group C (Long type)

Q4. Out of 4 questions,from all units one has to answer two questions.
 

Distribution of marks in subjects with out pratical for H.S examination-2013 & onwards

Group A (Objective type)

Q1. Multiple choice(for all units)

Q.2 One word answer/very short answer/correct the sentence/fill up the blanks

Group B (Short type)

Q3. Answer with two/three sentences

(Out of 14 bits,one has to answer 11 bits)

Group C (Long type)

Q5. to Q10. Out of six questions from all units, one has to answer 4 questions.


+2 Course Structure

General Instructions:
The +2 course structure and scheme of studies for the Academic Session 2014-15 will be as follows:

  1. According to the New Course Structure there shall be one Examination to be conducted by the college at the end of 1st year on the basis of the curriculum meant for that year and one examination at the end of the 2nd year to be conducted by the CHSE on the basis of the curriculum meant for that year alone.
  2. Pass certificates will be awarded to the successful candidates on the basis of the performance in the CHSE Examination to be held at the end of 2nd year only.
  3. The examination at the end of 1st year shall be of 700 marks and the examination at the end of the 2nd year shall be of 600 marks.
  4. Marks secured by a student at the end of the 1st year Examination shall be considered for promoti

Holiday List

Holiday DateDayHoliday
05 Nov 2018MondayDiwali
15 Oct 2018MondayDusshera
02 Oct 2018TuesdayMahatma Gandhi’s Birthday
21 Sep 2018FridayMuharram
03 Sep 2018MondayJanmasthami
22 Aug 2018WednesdayId-ul-Zuha
15 Aug 2018WednesdayIndependence Day
30 Apr 2018MondayBuddha Purnima

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Department-MIL(Odia,SANSKRIT,hindi,),English,   Physics,Chemistry,Mathematics,I.T., Geology,Biology,

Course- MIL(Odia,SANSKRIT,hindi,),English,   Physics,Chemistry,Mathematics,I.T., Geology,Biology, Enviromental Education, Basic Computer Education(BCE),Yoga, etc…

DU PUBLIC SCHOOL, designs and implements its own skills and activity based curriculum in the Nursery, Primary and Senior sections. We try to maintain a teacher pupil ratio 1 : 20 and the student study in a caring and stress free environment that makes use of innovative teaching methodologies. There are arrangements for prep work to be done at school under the supervision of the teachers. If a student needs help in a particular subject, the subject teacher is available to clarify the doubts.

Teaching Faculty

DU PUBLIC SCHOOL has been very carefully selected out of the best available talents. These teachers are imbued with the spirit of dedication and devotion. They are not only qualified but also have excellent personality and teaching background. Ralph Waldo Emerson said, “The man who can make things easy is the educator”. Thus, the teachers here are competent and capable of reducing knowledge to that simple compound of the obvious and the wonderful which slips into the infantile comprehension.

School Clinic

The school clinic is looked after by qualified doctor. Medical checkup of students is done regularly and their medical record is maintained. Parents are informed if the doctor finds that a child needs special medical attention. Besides this, doctors from various reputed hospitals keep visiting the school for dental and ophthalmic checkup of the students.

Curricular:- Ankuran

Shaping Tiny Tots;We Touch Their Future !

The philosophy behind Ankuran is “we play as we learn and we learnt as we play”. Goals are set in a programme consistent with the early stages of a child’s development.

“A journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step.”

The Nursery Wing of the school houses classes Nursery and KG. Classroom learning is made exciting with a colourful ambience, created through multi-hued walls that have cartoon characters painted on them. The designer furniture draws the attention of each child, while the teachers put in their best efforts to put up colourful & catchy charts on the display boards. The classes are provided air coolers and ample indoor equipment like soft toys, cycles, rocking horses, toy cars, etc. The school also provides for two playgrounds and a variety of outdoor equipment .

Teaching is more through play-way methods, activities and educational aids. Learning is not restricted to the school campus alone- the children are taken on trips and excursions to provide better exposure .

Our classrooms, particularly in the nursery and kindergarten classes are provided with the state-of-art-facilities, essential for modern educational institution. Kids are allowed to experience and discover new things instead of being led by the nose. This makes the whole process interesting and a lot less cumbersome.

Thus, we hope to hone the child’s intellectual, physical, cultural, artistic and communication skills in a free and stimulating environment.

Computer Labs

IT Infrastructure

“A Computer terminal is not some clunky old television with a typewriter in front of it. It is an interface where the mind and body can connect with the universe and move bits about it.” DU PUBLIC SCHOOL believes in providing the best possible opportunities to its students as well as faculty to ensure consistent eminence. The IT infrastructure includes four computer laboratories, each equipped with advanced technologies. Computer learning at DU PUBLIC SCHOOL starts right from Nursery where the tiny tots get the exposure to the technology through play way method. This lab offers learning aided by sound and graphics.

Standard- I onwards

            These classes have an integrated academic programme devise to inculcate confidence in the child. The environment is communicative and the children are motivated to express themselves. Reading is a vital part of the programme. Children are encouraged to ask questions.

Subject Taught

English, Oriya, Hindi, Mathematics, General Science, Environmental Studies, Social Studies, Computers, General Knowledge, Art, Music, Cursive Writing, Value Education, Dance, Games and Yoga.

Examination

The School follows the syllabus and curriculum prescribed by the NCERT and CBSE, New Delhi. The pattern of examination is according to the norms prescribed the CBSE. The academic year is divided into two terms, the first ending with the Half-yearly examination in October and the second with the Final examination in March followed by other unit test.

Promotion

•    A student is required to attend minimum 75% of classes in all subjects including all activities.

•    Minimum 70% marks requires for promotion to next higher classes at 4th, 5th and 6th.

Co-Curricular Activities

We believe that every  child has some latent talent, and we seek to make them aware of this. We offer a wide range of activities so that children can discover their interest and learning skill. The children choose from Sitar, Sarod, Tabla, Violin, Piano, Vocal Music (Classical), Martial arts (Taekwondo, Kick boxing – boxing and Karate), Indian classical dance (Odissi), Art and Pottery. In addition, once a week children are encouraged to pursue a hobby by joining one of the following clubs.

•           Flower arrangement
•           Photography
•           Creative craft
•           Science
•           Music appreciation
•           Dramatics
•           Chess
•           Indian Classical Dance
•           Community Service
•           Debating and Elocution

Sports & Games

The games curriculum at DU PUBLIC SCHOOL is an extension of our believe that only physically fit individuals can be mentally fit citizens. This is a compulsory part of the educational process. We do not dismiss players due to lack of talent. We belief every student deserves a chance to play. Game & Sports develop the whole person, leading to the creation of self–worth, pride, group commitment, team work, individual discipline and proper attitude. A well structured sports programme also results in mental and physical toughness.

            The outdoor games programme offers cricket, football, athletics, whereas indoor games comprise chess, carom and table tennis. Expert coaches guide the children. The juniors have a science park / recreation park.

Exclusively DU PUBLIC SCHOOL

            DU PUBLIC SCHOOL is designed as an “Inclusive School”, where slow learners with developmental delays are included in the mainstream classroom. Trained special educators withdraw the children everyday to the resource room according to a need based programme. Pupils and teachers are sensitized to the special needs of these children.

Teacher Orientation and Training

            Our teaching faculty comprises caring, dedicated and knowledgeable educators who prefer to form, rather than inform, minds. Regular in-service training is provided in order to upgrade teaching skills and to stay abreast of the latest in pedagogy.

Counseling
This is a very important and integral part of our School. We have an in-house Counselor and a team of teachers who provide pastoral care to all the children. No child is allowed to feel the stress of growing up. The Counselor holds sessions with both boys and girls, preparing them for the natural physical changes that they go through and helping them to understand, and cope with, the attending psychological and emotional stress. Children are taught to take on the challenges of academic pressure. We want our children to be strong, caring, compassionate and unafraid to face the challenges and stress of the outside world.