Every candidate for admission must be introduced personally by their parent or guardian who will be responsible to the school authorities for their conduct, regularity and fees.
Admission is restricted by certain policies of the management and by conditions of age, ability and conduct. Hence applicants for admission will be examined and interviewed. New admissions will be made on the basis of the students’ performance in the school they studied in previously and their performance in the entrance test.
New admissions from LKG to Std VIII start in the month of January. Pupils seeking admission should register their names before the end of January. Application form for registration will be available at the school office from 02 January onwards.
Those seeking new admission should produce the Transfer Certificate from the school last attended. In the case of pupils from outside Kerala State, TC must be countersigned by the local Educational Officer of the State from which they come. Those seeking admission to Class I should produce their Birth Certificate.
No child younger than five or older than seven is admitted to Class I.
Pupils who have not attended any recognized schools previously may be admitted as private study pupils on passing a qualifying examination. Application for admission to the examination should be submitted to the Principal before 15 February. The date of examination must be ascertained at the School Office. Admission for private study pupils is permitted only till Std. VII.
If a new admission is made on any day of a term the pupil is charged the fees for the whole term independent of the month or the day of admission. Admission fee is to be paid along with other fees at the time of admission.
Fees once paid will not be refunded even if the pupil, for any reason, leaves the school immediately.
Application for Transfer Certificate should be made in writing to the Principal by the parent or guardian of the pupil in the form available at the office.
Before granting the T C, the school is entitled to claim the fee for the term in which the pupil’s last attendance is registered. No T C will be issued until all dues to the school has been paid in full.
The School authorities reserve the right to refuse admission to a pupil, without stating the reason. They also reserve the right to dismiss students, whose diligence or progress in studies is consistently unsatisfactory or whose conduct is harmful to other students or whose parents take little interest in the progress of their ward.
A pupil who is absent without sanction of leave for five consecutive working days from the date of reopening of the school will be removed from the roll. Pupils absent for fifteen consecutive working days without sanction of leave or having fees due for two months or more will be removed from the rolls and will not be allowed to attend the class. They may be re-admitted at the discretion of the Principal, but only after the clearance of all dues and a fresh payment of re-admission charge of Rs. 500/-.
Inattentiveness, indifference to studies, discourtesy towards any member of the staff or any act which affects the discipline of the school will be seriously viewed, and in extreme cases, they are sufficient reasons for dismissal from school.
Attendance shortage,irregular attendance, habitual idleness, indiscipline, disobedience or defiance of authority, malpractice in examinations, unhealthy friendship, lack of sufficient improvement in conduct and studies even after repeated warnings, wilful damage to school property, defaming the moral tone of the school, immoral behaviour, threat to other students, political activities in school campus, non-obliging attitude of parents to school authorities, unnecessary criticism or rumours spread about the school by the parent/ student, misbehaviour or disrespect from the parents/ students, contempt for authority etc., are sufficient reasons for the dismissal of a student. If the parent becomes a nuisance to the school, his/her child may be dismissed with immediate effect even without prior intimation.
Pupils are expected to conduct themselves befittingly in and outside the school. Misbehaviour in public places, streets or elsewhere is a sufficient reason for dismissal from school.
Students failing twice consecutively in the same class will be sent away from school.