Regular attendance in classes is a must for promotion. A student will not be promoted to the higher class if his/her attendance falls below 80%. Exceptionally valid cases only will be condoned to a maximum extent of 10% shortage.
The leave application should be made on the pages set aside for the purpose in the school diary.
For every absence, a written statement signed by the parent/guardian is required on the day the pupil returns. If the student is absent for more than three days for reasons of ill health, a certificate from a doctor is required stating illness and fitness.
A student requiring leave for any part of a day on account of sudden illness or such unavoidable circumstances should obtain the permission of the class teacher and Principal before leaving the school. Absence record signed by parent/guardian shall be submitted the next working day itself.
Applications for leave during the beginning/last few days of any term will not be entertained. If, owing to illness a pupil cannot attend, a medical certificate must be submitted.
If the name of the student is stuck off roll due to any reason, his/her admission entirely depends upon the discretion of the Principal and the availability of the seat. If re-admission is allowed, the child has to pay all the arrears due to the school.
A student, who arrives late, will require to bring an explanatory note from the parent/guardian. A student will not be promoted to the next higher class if his/her attendance falls below 80%.
Students will not be allowed to leave school premises during the school hours unless parents/guardians come personally to take them home.
Continuous absence for 15 days from school without permission will lead to the removal of the student’s name from the school register. In such cases, re-admission will be done only after payment of Rs.200/-. Re-admission cannot be claimed as a matter of right. The school authorities will have full discretion in this matter.