Mid day meal

 

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Mid day meal

As per The National Program of Nutritional Support to Primary Education (NP-NSPE) popularly known as the Mid-day-Meals (MDM) scheme aims to cover all students in classes I to VIII. The objective of the program is to give a boost to universalisation of Primary Education by increasing enrolment, attendance and retention and simultaneously impacting on nutritional status of children in primary classes.
The mid day meal is provided to the students in this school from following sources.

•    Ambedkar Institute of Hotel Management (AIHM), Sector 42,        Chandigarh.
•    Rajiv associates, GMSSS 47, Chandigarh.
•    Chandigarh Institute of Hotel Management(CIHM). Sector 42-D,     Chandigarh.
•    Shivalik View — Chandigarh Industrial and Tourism Development Corporation (CITCO), Sector 17, Chandigarh.

Scholarships & Stipend

 

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Scholarships & Stipend

The various scholarship schemes are available to the eligible students as per the directions from the education department from time to time. Facilities are being provided to the students in order to encourage educational habits of the children as per time to time decision and programs of the Govt. Of India. The scholarships available in the school are :-

  • · National schemes of incentives to SC girls of IX and X.
  • · Pre-metric scholarship for OBC students of I to X.
  • · Centrally sponsored schemes of pre-metric scholarship to SC students of I to X.
  • · Pre-metric scholarship to minority community.
  • · Physically handicapped scholarship for students of I to VIII.
  • · Meritorious scholarship for SC/ST students of IX and X.
  • · National means cum merit scholarship for students of class VIII.
  • · Talent search scholarship to SC/ST students of IX and X.

Uniform.

 

 

School uniform :
As per the policy of the Administration, free Uniform is provided to Students from class 1st to 8th for both boys and girls.

 

Dress For Boys 

White Shirt

Navy Blue Pant 

Black  Shoes with White socks

Blazer/ Sweater Blue – (inWwinter)

On Saturday     White Shirt , White Trouser or Short & White P.T. Shoes.

                                            

 

 Dress For Girls 

Sky Blue Shirt  with Blue stripes

 Navy Blue  Salwar  with Navy Blue Dupatta.

 Black  Shoes Buckle Shoes with White Socks  

Navy blue  Blazer, pull over – (in Winter)

Plaits with navy blue ribbons.

On Saturday  White Shirt with White Salwar & White Dupatta And White P.T shoes.

School Timings.

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School timings :-

•    For Pre Nursery &Nursery    8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
•    For I to X class                     8:00a.m.  to 02:00 p.m.
•    It may be noted that school gates are locked at 8: 00 a.m.

•    Visiting hours for parents between 9 a.m. to 10.30 a.m.
•    The fee may be deposited before 10th of every month from 8:00     A.M to 2:00 P.M.

GENERAL SCHOOL RULES & REGULATIONS

 

School and Class Rules Respect for School and Personal Property
Classrooms Honesty and Respect for Others
Playgrounds Dress Code
Class Assignments
Attendance

 

We expect students to behave responsibly, recognizing the rights of others to be physically safe, emotionally secure, and to pursue their own learning without interference. As nurturing as we aim to be in helping children to respect rules, we also recognize the time and energy that draws from others who are behaving appropriately. Our faculty and parents have a tremendous positive influence when setting clearly defined limits, providing appropriate consequences for behavior.

The following school rules and regulations apply to student actions at any time when under the supervision and guidance of school personnel. Please read these policies over very carefully, and discuss them with your children and students.

Abiding by School and Class Rules

  • Students, teachers and parents should work closely together to insure excellent behavior and educational success. Students are expected to consistently abide by our behavior code. Obey teachers, principals and others in authority.
  • The individual rules of each classroom should be followed . Give full, respectful attention to your teachers, cooperatively following directions.

Classrooms

  • Come to class prepared with all the materials you need and be ready to begin work on time. When students enter a classroom, it should be done in an orderly manner. Students should take their seats and prepare for their next lesson, and not exit the classroom.
  • During class lessons, excellent behavior is always expected. Raise your hand politely and wait to be called upon if you wish to speak during a class lesson. If the class is involved in an informal discussion, take turns with others when speaking. Give your full attention to the teacher or student who is speaking, and allow other students to concentrate on their work. Behave in a manner that does not disrupt classroom learning or the operation of the school.

Playgrounds

  • The directions of the sports teachers on the School Playground should be carefully followed. Energetic play should happen outdoors only, and only with respect for others’ well-being. No rough play will be permitted.Running on the School Playground is permitted in organized activities with the permission of adult supervisor. Play is limited to designated areas, and students should stay within sight of an adult.

Class Assignments

  • Homework and class work assignments should be completed neatly, carefully, and on time.Students should work to their full potential. If a child experiences difficulty in completing an assignment with “good cause”, the child’s parent should explain the situation to the teacher with a short note or phone call. The teacher may decide to excuse the student, allowing extra time to complete the assignment.

Attendance

  • Students should never leave the school property for any reason unless they are accompanied by a parent, guardian or school faculty member, after being properly “signed-out” at the School Office.
  • Students are required to attend school faithfully. Tardiness and the early dismissal of students are discouraged. A student is considered tardy after attendance is taken in the morning. Students should be removed from school early only when a reasonable situation prevents the child from attending school for the entire day. Early dismissals interrupt both the child’s education and other students in class.
  • Whenever a student is tardy or absent from school for any reason, a note should be sent to school that day the child returns explaining the cause. This regulation is a legal protection for each child and his/her parents.

Respect for School and Personal Property

  • Be respectful of others’ belongings, using them only with permission. A student who steals or damages any property not belonging to him/her may be required to make appropriate restitution. Though the school manages a “lost-and-found” area, students are strongly encouraged to take good care of their personal belongings. Parents should mark a child’s special belongings with name and phone number.
  • Use equipment and materials in school for their intended purposes only. Students will be held accountable for proper care of school books, educational materials, and their classrooms. Keep your work areas litter-free.

Prohibited in School

  • Students are not permitted to bring chewing gum into the school building or on school grounds to prevent the litter it causes.
  • Refrain from the possession or use of any illegal drugs, alcohol, or tobacco products.Failure to respect this regulation may have legal consequences resulting in suspension or expulsion.
  • Gambling, immorality, disrespectful or profane language will not be tolerated in the school or on school grounds.
  • Use of bicycles and skateboards on school grounds during school hours may be prohibited, if the Principal determines them to be safety hazard.
  • Mobile phones and expensive electronic gadgets are not allowed in the school premises.

 

Honesty and Respect for Others

  • Honesty, respect and trust are student virtues highly valued and encouraged. Treat others with kindness, respect and courtesy. Make other students feel welcome with your friends.
  • Settle disagreements with others through discussion, asking for help if you need it. Touch others and speak to others in kindness only. Refrain from aggressive or threatening behavior toward fellow students, teachers or other school staff. Fighting or rough play are strictly prohibited in school. If a child experiences a problem with another child, s/he should notify the nearest teacher or aide immediately. Children should be instructed in ways to avoid getting involved in conflicts.

Dress Code

  • Students should respect and abide by the dress policies adopted by the school.

 

 

 

Fee Structure.

 

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FEE STRUCTURE:

 

No fee is charged from students up to Class VIII.
FEES AND FUNDS FOR CLASSES IX & X

 

General

Boys And Girls

SC

Boys And Girls

Annual Funds

  1. Admission Fee

05/-

05/-

  1. Building Fund

15/-

15/-

  1. Excursion Fund

12/-

12/-

  1. Stationary Fund

25/-

25/-

  1. Sports Fund

07/-

07/-

 

Total

64/-

64/-

 

Monthly Funds

  1. Amalgamated Fund

12/-

06.00/-

  1. Science fund

06/-

03.00/-

  1. Health Fund

02/-

01.00/-

  1. Red Cross Fund

02/-

01.00/-

  1. Audio-Visual Fund

02/-

01.00/-

  1. Child Welfare Fund

02/-

01.00/-

  1. Work Exp. Fund

05/-

02.50/-

  1. I.T.Fund

10/-

10.00/-

  1. Tuition Fee (Boys only)

15/-

Nil

  1. Tuition Fee (Girls only)

Nil

Nil

 

Examination & Evaluation.

 

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Examination  & Evaluation system being followed :-

CBSE CCE System

EXAMINATION REFORMS

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CONTINUOUS AND COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION (CCE)

C – Continuous

C – Comprehensive

E – Evaluation

Continuous stands for assessment of a student throughout the year, not just at the end of a term. It may be done formally or in an informal way using different techniques of evaluation . Comprehensive takes care of assessment of all round development of a child’s personality. A child will be assessed not only in terms of his knowledge about a subject but his participation in other activities also. Broadly, we assess a child’s growth in two areas – Scholastic and Co-scholastic.

The term Scholastic refers to those aspects , which are related to intellect or the brain. It is related to the assessment of learners in curricular subjects. It includes assignments, projects, practical etc.

The term Co-scholastic refers to those aspects which are related to hand and heart.

Admission Criteria

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Admission Criteria for all classes :-

Following documents are required to get  admission in the school.

1.    Since the children are admitted in the school falling in the vicinity of their         residence. Parents are required to carry residence proof with them.

2.    Original Birth certificate of child issued from competent authority (REGISTRAR,       BIRTHS& DEATHS).

3.    Caste certificate (if, to claim benefit).

4.    Vaccination Card for pre-nursery admission.

5.    Below poverty line card (as the case may be).

 

About School

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 About School.

 

Academic excellence is a sub-set of education. Information, knowledge, skills and attitudes & values, all together constitute holistic education.

Govt. High School – 47/A is a school in Chandigarh, where deploys the good ‘holistic education’ practices. Supported by a well equipped infrastructure, it provides a high quality academic program, in addition to opportunities of holistic development. Students grow up rooted in Indian culture and prepare to pursue in a Bright future.

School Code             04011700202
School Name G.H.S 47A
District Name Chandigarh
Revenu Block Name Ward No. 17
Educational Block Name Block No 17
Pin Code       160047
Sector Name Sector 47A
Cluster Name G.M.S.S.S., Sec 33 D, Chandigarh
Village Panchayat Name Chandigarh Ward 17
School Category Pr. with upper Pr & sec
School Management Department of Education
Type of School Co-Educational
Habitation Name  Sector 47
Municipality Name Chd. Municipal Corporation
Constituency Name Chandigarh
City Name    Chandigarh

Staff Details

 

 

S.N. Name Designation Date of Birth Date of Trained/
Appointment Untrained
1. Sc. Mistress 20-11-1955 01-01-1980
Mrs. Parveen Asha (N.M) Trained
2. S.St. Master 23-12-1954 15-10-1981
Mr. R.P.Singh Trained
3. Skt. Mistress 20-02-1960 03-03-1989
Mrs. Veena Trained
4. Punjabi Mistress 12-11-1959 15-02-1993
Mrs. Satya Devi Trained
5. Hindi Mistress 05-04-1972 10-01-1997
Mrs. Babita Trained
6. S.St. Mistress 19-04-1970 20-08-1997
Mrs. Ravinder Kaur Trained
7. 01-06-1969 06-09-2002
Mrs. Harpreet Kaur D.P.E Trained
8. Hindi Mistress 14-05-1956 15-04-1986
Mrs. Sushma Dogra Trained
9. 12-02-1955 02-01-1986
Mrs. Surjit Kaur JBT Trained
10. 24-06-1961 24-01-1990
Mrs. Manjit Kaur JBT Trained
11. 25-09-1975 21-04-1997
Mrs. Sushma Verma JBT Trained
12. 22-11-1973 29-04-1997
Mrs. Babita Bahuguna JBT Trained
13. 04-03-1974 21-07-1997

Mrs. Anita Rani

JBT Trained
14 10-10-1976 05-11-1998
Mrs. Sarita JBT Trained
15 05-05-1969 16-10-2000
Mrs. Rekha Sharma JBT Trained
16 26-01-1980 25-04-2007
Mrs. Dimple JBT Trained
17 Nursery Teacher 01-12-1966 05-08-1992
Mrs. Mini Trained

(on Contract)

18 Mrs. Shweta Jr. Comp. 18-12-1972
Bhardwaj Instructor
Under SSA
19 Mr. Sukesh Kumar S.St. Master Trained
20 Ms. Daljeet Kaur Sc. Mistress Trained
21 Mr. Amit Verma JBT Trained
22 Ms. Kiranjot Kaur JBT Trained
23 Mrs. Maneesh JBT Trained
Kumari
Under STC
24 Mrs. Suman CRC
25 Ms. Monika Sharma STT
26 Mrs. Sunita Gupta STT
27 Mrs. Rajni Devi Community
Volunteer