School Rules
General Guidelines Fee Rules Star of The Month Behaviour Management policy

  • Pre-requisite to learn is regularity; you are requested to encourage your child to be regular to the school.
  • Please spend quality time with your child and enquire about the activities of the school in a friendly manner and appreciate all his/her efforts.
  • Make the child feel special, wanted and missed when he/she comes back from the school.
  • Talk about the next day’s activities at home.
  • Read the circulars and the notes carefully sent by the teachers.
  • Encourage your child to be responsible about his/her belongings.
  • Students are not allowed to leave during the school hours. Leave for half day is not permitted.
  • Avoid sending your child to the school in case he/she is unwell.
  • Do not send any expensive items with your child to the school.
  • Birthdays to be celebrated in the school by distributing a sweet to each child.
  • Kindly intimate the school about any change in the address, phone number or e-mail id.
  • Ensure that your child carries two sets of clothes and footwear (labelled) for any emergency on the first day of the school.
  • No visitors will be allowed to contact any student.
  • No long leave of absence (more than a week) is granted without the prior permission of the Principal, unless the child is ill.
  • A medical Certificate need to be submitted on joining the school.
  • A leave application is necessary for any leave taken by the child. It has to be sent to the school the day the child joins back.
  • A long leave of a week, without any intimation to the school, renders the child’s name to be struck off from the rolls of the school. Re-admission may be granted only at the discretion of the Principal.
  • Students suffering from the following diseases should observe the period of quarantine.

Chicken Pox : Till complete falling of scabs.
Measles : Till 2 Weeks after the rashes disappear.
Mumps :  Until the swelling has gone(a month).
Jaundice : About six weeks.
Whooping Cough : About 6 weeks.

  • Kindly check the uniform, nails, hair of your ward every morning. They should be immaculately turned out daily.
  • Please ensure that your ward carries books according to the TIME-TABLE.
  • A detailed plan of academic learning and activities will be sent to the parents on a monthly basis.
  • A transport Declaration Form is required to be filled in by the parent.
  • Kindly pay the school fee on time.
  • If the school fee is outstanding for 3 months, the name of the child will be struck off the rolls. Re-admission will be given to the child on clearance of all the due.
  1. Fees to be paid regularly by the 10th of the specified month at the bank, in cash only.
  2. School Fee has to be paid for twelve months.
  3. If the school Fee is not paid for three consecutive months, the name of the child will be "Struck Off" the rules on account of non payment of Dues. Re-admission will be granted only at the discretion of the Principal on payment of Rs. 500/- .
  4. The School and the Bank hold no responsibility in event of any discrepancy in fee deposition due to an error in filling of the Name, Class, Section or mention of the wrong admission number by the Parents/Guardian or the students.
  5. During holidays of the school, the Bank does not stop taking payment of Fee. They have their own holidays as per the Bank schedule; hence, fee can be deposited on all days except Sundays and Bank Holidays.
  6. School does not hold any authority over the working schedule of the bank timings. Parents must kindly adhere to the bank timings.
  7. Dates of fee collection in the Bank/School will not be extended in event of holidays. No extra days will be permitted in lieu of the holidays. Parents are hence, requested to make arrangements accordingly, to avoid late fee fine payments.
  8. In case the student's name is appearing as a defaulter, the student would be required to show the fee booklet for clarification.
(1) Name, Adm. No., Class and Section of the student must be filled in correctly and legibly on the Fee Book.
(2) Duplicate Fee Booklet will be issued only after the payment of Rs. 50/- after obtaining a certificate from the Administrative Office.
(3) Fee must be paid as per the directions given on the assigned days to avoid penalty.
(4) The school offers a discount of 10% on the Tuition Fee only on advance fee payment by the 10th April for the complete session.
(5) All payment has to be done in cash at the School/Bank.
(6) Fee for February and March months together,should be paid by 10th of January by the student of classes IX, X, XI, XII to avoid any kind of fine or re-admission.
(7) Annual charges have been bifurcated in two instalments: 1st of April and 2nd of October for parents' convenience.
In its continuous strive for excellence, Samsara has taken  a new initiative this year i.e. Star of the Month. To recognize, motivate and appreciate the efforts of the students, Samsara has decided to award four students of each class with ‘Star of the Month’ badges . Every month the class teacher will select four students from the class under the below-mentioned categories which are as follows:

Star of the Month: Maintenance of the notebooks and Text books.

Star of the Month: Proper Turnout of the students.

Star of the Month: Communication in English

Star of the Month: Timely submission of home assignments and projects.

Behaviour Management Policy
Effective management of behaviour is the key feature of school life about which there must be a clear, shared and consistent understanding between all teaching and support staff, parents children and management.
We have a system of zone operators throughout the school. There are four areas of zones i.e. green for good, yellow for inappropriate behaviour, orange for unacceptable behaviour and red for totally unacceptable behaviour.

GREEN ZONE:- All children will start from green zone and will remain here if they continue to follow the code of conduct.

YELLOW ZONE:- Children will be moved into this zone for persistent minor infringements of the code of conduct, for e.g.:- inappropriate classroom behaviour, disturbing the class etc.

ORANGE ZONE:- Children will be moved into this zone if their behaviour is seriously objectionable , particularly if it is aggressive or defiant behaviour for eg:- refusing and rudeness to staff, fighting with peers etc.

RED ZONE:- Children will be moved to this zone for serious breaches of code of conduct. Major breaches of discipline, including physical assault, stealing etc.

A buffer zone has, therefore been, decided after each zone to give them "Thinking time/ Decision making time". This is a clear warning for children to take corrective action before going into yellow, orange or red zone as per their behaviour and missing out on further rewards. It is felt that most of our children would "Make the right choice" and would quickly move back to green zone. As a conclusion, we can say that when children will be self-disciplined and self-directive, their needs and interest become clearer to them and others.

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