Maruti International School

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Our Curriculum

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Our Faculty

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Admission Procedure

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  1. The scholastic year of the school is from 1st April to 31st March.
  2. Students should arrive at the school at least five minutes before the first bell is rung. Anyone who is late to school for more than thrice in a year may not be admitted to class without the permission of the Principal.
  3. It is strictly compulsory for every child to come to school in full School Uniform. Children without the proper uniform will not be admitted into their classes.
  4. At the sound of the first bell, all should assemble and take the allotted places in front of the school assembly platform for prayer, from where they go in silence to their respective classrooms. Everyday all pupils should bring their diaries with them to the assembly.
  5. Every pupil must possess the school diary which should be brought to school daily. Pupils are not allowed to tear any page from this diary. Also they may not write anything not connected with school work in the diary. Any breach of this rule will be dealt with accordingly.\
  6. If the teacher does not arrive in the class within two minutes after the bell has rung for a period, the second Monitor should report the fact to the office while the first Monitor should assume responsibility for order and discipline in the class until a substitute teacher arrives.
  7. No books (other than those used in class or taken from the school library) or magazine or news paper may be brought to school without the Principal’s written permission.
  8. Exchange of articles or money transactions between students are not allowed.
  9. Any kind of damage to property of the school must be made good.
  10. Although every care will be taken of the pupil’s property, the school authorities will not be responsible for any theft or loss of the same. Pupils are advised not to bring valuable articles like gold chain, ring, bracelet, electronic articles etc. to school and parents should discourage their children from doing so. Cycles and other two wheelers should be locked and kept in the place allotted.
  11. Running, playing or shouting inside the school building is never allowed.
  12. Every student is expected to keep up the high tone of discipline of the school by excelling in conduct, good manners and cleanliness both in and out of the school.
  13. The school uniform is compulsory at all school functions, unless instructed otherwise.
  14. All must co-operate to maintain cleanliness in the school. Hence no papers, seeds and other rubbish should be thrown in the school campus or the class room, but should be put into the bins provided for the purpose.
  15. A medical certificate is essential for exemption from Physical Education. A fresh certificate should be produced for each scholastic year.
  16. Pupils / Parents are forbidden to give their teachers individual or collective presents / gifts.
  17. The engagement of private tutors may prove injurious to real progress and should not be made without consulting the Principal. Staff members may not accept tuitions without the previous sanction of the Principal.
  18. Any communication from the parents should be addressed to the Principal and not to the Class Teachers and all correspondence from the school to the parents or guardians must go through the Principal.
  19. Collections, for whatever purpose, require the Principal’s sanction and all account of the same must be handed over to the Principal.
  20. Students may not be sent home with any body other than parents themselves during school hours, and they must not leave the school premises without the previous sanction of the Principal. In case of emergency, the person who comes to collect the child should bear his identity and a note from Parents, if he is not a parent.
  21. In order to maintain discipline in the school, the Principal reserves the right of punishment of any sort (corporal or otherwise) to the pupils if deemed necessary.
  22. All students should come to school in school uniform on open days. Otherwise parents will not be allowed to meet the teachers. It is compulsory for the parents to sign in the class register on the Open day.