Regularity Record (Absence, Leave, Delay)

1. School begins with the Morning Assembly and students must be on time for it and be present in the Assembly Hall. It is advisable that students reach school at least five minutes before the scheduled time for the Assembly. Students go to class in silence from the Assembly, according to their sections.

2. The purpose of regular attendance is to inculcate in the students traits of punctuality, regularity and academic discipline. To be eligible for promotion, a student must have a minimum of 85% attendance. Absence from the school without leave is not tolerated except when the cause is sudden illness or unforeseen circumstances in which case the information must be given at the earliest.

3. After an absence from the school the reasons for the absence must be entered briefly in the Regularity Record under "Absent" in the calendar. Reasons of a private nature may always be submitted in a letter. However, the matter must be mentioned in the absent page. Parents / Guardians should give a prior intimation to the school on the 3rd day of their ward's absence if he is likely to be absent for a longer duration.

4. If an unauthorized absence from school exceeds 15 calendar days, the student's name may be struck off the rolls, and he may not be readmitted to school. For long term sickness, a letter must be given every 15 days mentioning the necessary details.

5. An Absence due to illness for two or more days, besides being entered in the Regularity Record under "Absent" must be accompanied by a doctor's prescription/certificate.

6. Leave for religious ceremonies, wedding of close relative or special occasions must be obtained beforehand. A letter must be produced and also an entry made in the relevant page. However, no average marks will be given if one avails of this leave.

7. Leave of absence for reasons such as birthdays, excursions, festivals, weddings, time to study for an examination, is not considered sufficient.

8. A leave granted must be recorded in the Regularity Record under "Leave" in the calendar. This must be signed by Principal/Vice Principal/Asst. Principal.

9. Early Departure: It is availed of when there is an emergency at home or when a student falls sick in the school. It is not granted to those who come sick from home. This too must be recorded in the relevant page of the school calendar.

10. In case a child falls sick/meets with an accident in the school premises he can be helped with immediate first aid only. The parents will be informed and they are expected to come and attend to the student immediately. It is important to give the correct contact numbers in the diary and update it whenever there is a change in the address of the parents.

11. Late arrival to school is a breach of discipline. A student who comes late to school must enter the date and time of arrival into the Regularity Record under "Late". Five late arrivals will result in Parents being called to the office of the Principal/ Vice Principal / Asst. Principal, after which that student is liable to a fine of Rs. 50 for every late arrival.

12. The school declines all responsibility if through failure to produce a letter giving reasons for his absence or delay, a boy is obliged to return home during school hours.

13. Readmission to class, for absentees and late-comers, is granted when they show the teacher in charge the Regularity Record duly countersigned by the Principal / Vice Principal/Asst. Principal.

14. It is mandatory for a student to attend the school on days marked "compulsory attendance". Defaulters are to seek re-admission to the school. In case of sickness/eventualities the matter must be notified to the Principal/Vice Principal/Asst. Principal with relevant documents on the same day or earlier.



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