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1 DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL CONTENTS Sr. No. Topic Page No. 1 General Information 04 2 A Brief Background 05 3 Use of Your Almanac 06 4 Student Personal Information 07 5 Pledge 08 6 National Anthem 08 7 Saraswati Vandana 09 8 School Anthem 09 9 All Things Bright And Beautiful Try, Try Again My Child From The Principal's Desk School Agreement Calendar List of Holidays Fee Structure Guidelines To Parents Medical Guidance Medical Card of The Child Anti-Bullying Policy Help Available To Parents Parents Teachers Meeting Schedule Parent Teacher Meeting Information DPSR Expects Its Students To I Am Special So I... 29

2 ALMANAC Sr. No. Topic Page No. 26 Helping Your Child With Homework School Transport School Uniform Withdrawal Procedures Attendance School Outings International Students' Educational Exchange School Houses School Honours And Awards Activities At School School Publications Major Events of The School Sports Activity Planner CCA Schedule (Junior) CCA Schedule (Senior) Assessment System Promotion Policy for Class XI Assessment Schedule (Junior) Assessment Schedule (Senior) Teacher's / Headmistress'/ Vice-Principal's / Principal's Remark Sick Room Admission Record Absence Notes Notes Time Table Student Personal Information (Perforated sheet) 99

3 DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL GENERAL INFORMATION Affiliation No. : Postal Address : Delhi Public School, Semariya, Baloda Bazar Road, Raipur (C.G.) Phone No. : (0771) / 02 / 03 Admission Enquiry No. : / 97 / 98 Fax No. : (0771) Website : School Timings Pre Primary (Mon-Sat) : 8:45 am to 12:10 pm I V (Mon-Fri) : 8:45 am to 2:00 pm Nur V (Sat) : 8:45 am to am VI XII (Mon-Fri) : 7:10 am to 12:20 pm VI X (Sat) : 7:10 am to 1:20 pm XI XII (Sat) : 7:10 am to 11:30 am Note: (i) Reporting time: VI to XII (7:10 am) and Nursery to V (8:40 am) (ii) Entry to the school campus will not be permitted after 7:15 am ( VI to XII) and 8:45 am (Nur to V) (iii) As per weather condition, the timing may vary and the same will be intimated in advance through school website / SMS. Working Days Nur - V : VI - XII : Monday to Saturday (2nd Saturday off) Monday to Saturday st th Fee Installment Dates : 1 to 10 of April, July, October, January Fee Counter Office Hours : Monday to Saturday (9:00 am to 1:00 pm) Circular : School Website Visiting Hours Principal : Tue, Thu, Sat (8:00 am to 9:00 am) It should be with prior appointment only. Vice Principal : Mon, Wed, Fri (12:30 pm to 1:30 pm) It should be with prior appointment only. Headmistress : Mon to Sat (10:00 am to 11:00 am) It should be with prior appointment only. Faculty : Parents Teachers Meeting (P.T.M.) In special cases, with prior appointment only. Note : Mobile phones to be kept off during meetings. 04

4 ALMANAC A BRIEF BACKGROUND DPS Raipur, under the aegis of DPS Society Delhi, provides good quality, modern education, including a strong component of culture, inculcation of values, awareness of environment, adventure activities and physical education; an education that is value-based, an education that imparts roots and also gives wings. Our motto, Service before self followed by the guided principle We value our values epitomizes the essence of education. DPS Raipur, situated on the outskirts of Raipur city, creates a congenial and conducive atmosphere for learning and promoting the budding talents. It has made impressive strides since its inception. DPS Raipur has set another milestone by initiating and incorporating internationalism in the scholastic and co-scholastic activities of the school. The frontiers of internationalism facilitated for a catalytic change entailed for the young crop of talent to grab the global landscape. DPS Raipur fraternity has synchronized with parent community to foster and nurture child development which will prove to be the foundation stone for benchmark performance in the coming years. DPS Raipur is committed to setting high standards in its pursuit of excellence and remaining sensitive to the issues of human resources, for their nurturing, grooming, enrichment and development. We aspire to develop: Successful Learners, Confident Individuals and Responsible Citizens We firmly believe that Giving back is a means towards going ahead. Hence the foray into philanthropy that again enshrines our motto. Adoption of Nardaha village was quintessential of giving back to society. Our endeavour is to see that DPS can AND...DPS will 05

5 DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL USE OF YOUR ALMANAC Ask your parents to read and sign the Almanac and complete the closure record. Carry it with you every day. It is needed for you to record homework, achievements and other information. It is a useful means of communication between your teachers and your parents-as well as for your own use. You will be required to show your Almanac to your teachers whenever asked for. Don't decorate or cover the Almanac. At all times the student should possess the school Almanac. In case of the loss of the Almanac, the student is required to purchase the same again. 06

6 ALMANAC STUDENT PERSONAL INFORMATION Name of the student :... Class :... Section :... House :... Admission No. :... Blood Group :... Photograph Date of Birth :... Gender :... Category (SC/ST/OBC/Gen) :... Religion :... Residential Address : Bus No. :... Bus Stop (Location) :... If commutes by private vehicle, Vehicle No :... Id of the student :... To be filled by parents / guardian Father's / Guardian's Name :... Occupation :... Govt. Employee / Staff / General :... Name & Address of the Organization : Mobile No. :... Id :... Mother's Name :... Occupation :... Govt. Employee / Staff / General :... Name & Address of the Organization : Mobile No. :... Id :... Contact No. (In case of emergency) :... Details about brothers and sisters (if any) in DPS, Raipur Name Class & Section Admission No Mother's signature Father's signature 07

7 DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL PLEDGE India is my country. All Indians are my brothers and sisters. I love my country and am proud of its rich and varied heritage. I shall always strive to be worthy of it. I shall give my parents, teachers and all elders respect and treat everyone with courtesy. To my country and my people, I pledge my devotion. In their well-being and prosperity alone lies my happiness. NATIONAL ANTHEM Tku&x.k&eu vf/kuk;d t; gs Hkkjr&HkkX; fo/kkrk iatkkc&flu/kq&xqtjkr&ejkbk nzkfom &mrdy&caxk fou/;] fgekpy] ;equk] xaxk mpny tyf/k rjax ro 'kqhk ukes tkxs] ro 'kqhk vkf'k"k ekaxs xkgs ro t; xkfkk Tku&x.k&eaxynk;d t; gs Hkkjr&HkkX; fo/kkrk t; gs] t; gs] t; gs t; t; t; t; gsa 08

8 ALMANAC SARASWATI VANDANA ;k dqunsunq rq"kkjgkj /koyk ;k 'kqhkz ol=ko`rka ;k oh.kk oj n.m ef.mrdjk ;k 'osr in~eklukaa ;k czegkp;qr 'ka³~dj izhk`frfhk% nsos% lnk ofunrkaa lk eka ikrq ljlorh Hkxorh fu%'ks"k tkm~;kigkaa SCHOOL ANTHEM We stand up together Our heads held up high, To sing our school anthem With honour and pride, Marching together With zeal and zest We D.P.S students Will give out our best. D.P.S, D.P.S., school of wisdom and light D.P.S., D.P.S, where our future is bright, Keeping our motto in mind everyday It's Service Before Self in every way. Our days here as students A pleasure untold, Our teachers with patience Their knowledge unfold, To help us to reach Those great heights and achieve Success, power and honour Wherever we be. 09

9 DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL ALL THINGS BRIGHT AND BEAUTIFUL All things bright and beautiful All creatures great and small, All things wise and wonderful The Lord God made them all. Each little flower that opens, Each little bird that sings, He made their glowing colours, He made their tiny wings. All things The purple headed mountain, The river running by, The sunset and the morning, That brightens up the sky. All things The cold wind in the winter, The pleasant summer sun, The ripe fruits in the garden, He made them every one. All things He gave us eyes to see them, And lips that we might tell, How great is God Almighty, Who has made all things well. 10

10 ALMANAC TRY, TRY AGAIN 'Tis a lesson you should heed, Try, try again, If at first you don't succeed, Try, try again; Then your courage should appear, For, if you will persevere You will conquer, never fear Try, try again; Once or twice, though you should fail, If you would at last prevail, Try, try again; If we strive, 'tis no disgrace Though we do not win the race; What should you do in that case? Try, try again; If you find your task is hard, Time will bring you your reward, Try, Try again; All that other folks can do, Why, with patience, should not you? Only keep this rule in view; Try, Try again. 11

11 DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL MY CHILD My child isn't my easel to paint Nor my diamond to polish! My child isn't my trophy to flaunt, Nor my dummy to taunt! My child isn't my badge or my honour, Nor my respect that he/she must protect My child isn't an idea or a fantasy, Nor my reflection or legacy! My child isn't my puppet or my project, Nor my pawn or my cadet! My child is here to fumble and stumble To get in and out of trouble! My child is here to try, To fail and to cry! My child is here to unravel the mysteries, To educate oneself and rewrite histories! My child is here to make his/her own choices, To exercise his/her freewill and experience the consequences! As a parent, My task is to make my child able and capable, To keep aside my ego and be by his/her side! My task is to guide and educate, To let be and not frustrate! My task is to allow him/her to ponder And see my child grow into a wonder 12

12 ALMANAC FROM THE PRINCIPAL'S DESK The 21st century world places an imperative demand on every school to venture out of their educational cosset and adapt a proactive stance to address the paradigms and challenges of a rapidly changing society. In this respect the school almanac serves as our conduit to reach out to the world and ensures an essential bond as well as stipulates an interface between the parent, child and the school. Furthermore the mentors indubitably go way beyond to enhance the performance of their proteges by detailed analysis of their grades and behavioural aspects as well as conveying the same to their parents on a regular basis through the almanac. As the pages unfurl it brings forth a preview of the upcoming plethora of activities in the scholastic and co scholastic domain, community service opportunities, challenging rig morale of education and bears testimony to our commitment to create a unique blend of core and applied education. Along with all possible technical support we believe in interacting with the students on one to one basis to inspire them for life. We offer opportunities to our students so that they learn to challenge their own abilities, learn to cooperate, collaborate, and hence learn to be a good global citizen. We recognize the fact that the world has irreversibly shrunk in terms of time, space and connectivity. The school has endeavoured to broaden its horizons by forging partnerships with international institutions and pioneered itself to become the recipient of the international school award accredited by the British Council. Moreover our perspective is to give wings to the students' imagination and ideas that need to be brought up in a global environment, acquiring global competencies and aspiring to be global leaders. It's a matter of pride for having being adjudged " The best Co-Ed. Day school of Chhattisgarh". I wish to thank the students, parents and teachers for their valuable contribution. We believe that education is the means by which we discern humanity, contribute towards its transformation, renewal and that, one's education is unsurpassed when pursued in the companionship of others and hence the integrity of the stakeholders is essential to our ethos. Optimistic and anticipating to escalate greater heights Principal 13

13 DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL SCHOOL AGREEMENT THE SCHOOL Delhi Public School will : Provide a safe and orderly environment in which students can learn, feel secure and be valued as individuals. Provide a broad and balanced curriculum. Encourage all students to do their best and to have a pride in achievement. Set and mark homework / assignment timely. Communicate with parents / guardians about any concerns with regard to work, behaviour & attendance. Welcome the constructive views of parents and students. STUDENTS I will: Attend school regularly and on time. Maintain the decorum of the school. Work hard and achieve my best both in classroom and at home. Show respect for other people, their property and opinions. Follow the instructions of staff at all times. Wear the correct school uniform and be tidy in appearance. Take pride in the school and keep it free from litter and graffiti. Maintain the school's good reputation at all times. Not use any social networking sites to make negative comments about others inside or outside school campus. Not bring or download any inappropriate material, files or software & not use school computer system for storing personal files, games etc. 14

14 ALMANAC PARENTS I/We Will : See that my child goes to school, on time and properly equipped. Support the school policies and guidelines for behaviour & discipline. Take an interest in the work and encourage high personal standards. Provide conditions that support and encourage homework and other opportunities for home learning. Not allow my ward to bring any kind of Electronic Gadgets in the school premises without written permission, if so, it will be confiscated as per the school norms. Accept that an additional charge may be made in respect of damage caused to the building or school property through negligence or wilful intent of my ward. 15

15 DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL CALENDAR DAY Apr-17 May-17 Jun-17 Jul-17 Aug-17 Sep-17 MON 1 Summer Vacation Starts TUE 2 1 WED 3 2 THU FRI SAT Id Ul Zuha SUN MON Raksha Bandhan TUE 4 Ram Navmi WED THU FRI SAT SUN 9 Mahavir Jayanti MON TUE Independence Day, Janmashtami WED THU Summer Vacation Ends Ambedkar 18 FRI Jayanti, Good Friday SAT SUN MON TUE Foundation Day WED THU FRI Ganesh Chaturthi SAT SUN MON Id-Ul-Fitr TUE WED THU Dusshera Break Starts FRI Mahanavami SAT Dussehra SUN MON 31 16

16 ALMANAC DAY Oct-17 Nov-17 Dec-17 MON TUE 2 WED 1 C.G. Foundation Day Jan-18 Feb-18 Mar-18 1 New Year THU FRI Holi SAT 4 Guru Nanak Jayanti 3 2 Id-E-Milad SUN 1 Muhurram MON 2 Gandhi Jayanti, Dusshera Break Ends TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN MON TUE Maha Shivratri WED THU FRI SAT SUN MON TUE 17 Diwali Break Starts 18 Guru Ghasidas Jayanti 22 Vasant Panchmi WED THU 19 Diwali FRI Republic Day SAT SUN 22 Diwali Break Ends Winter Break Starts MON Christmas TUE WED THU Winter Break Ends Mahavir Jayanti FRI Good Friday SAT SUN MON 30 TUE 31 17

17 DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL LIST OF HOLIDAYS (APRIL 2017 MARCH 2018) FESTIVAL DATE DAY Ram Navmi 04 Apr 17 Tue Ambedkar Jayanti, Good Friday 14 Apr 17 Fri Id-Ul-Fitr 26 Jun 17 Mon Raksha Bandhan 07 Aug 17 Mon Independence Day, Janmashtami 15 Aug 17 Tue Ganesh Chaturthi 25 Aug 17 Fri Id-Ul-Zuha 02 Sep 17 Sat Dussehra 30 Sep 17 Sat Gandhi Jayanti 02 Oct 17 Mon Diwali 19 Oct 17 Thu C.G.Foundation Day 01 Nov 17 Wed Guru Nanak Jayanti 04 Nov 17 Sat Id-E-Milad 02 Dec 17 Sat Guru Ghasidas Jayanti 18 Dec 17 Mon Christmas Day 25 Dec 17 Mon New Year 01 Jan 18 Mon Republic Day 26 Jan 18 Fri Maha Shivratri 13 Feb 18 Tue Holi 02 Mar 18 Fri Mahavir Jayanti 29 Mar 18 Thu Good Friday 30 Mar 18 Fri Summer Vacation:01 May Jun 17 Dusshera Break : 27 Sep Oct 17 Diwali Break : 17 Oct Oct 17 Winter Break : 24 Dec Dec 17 Some gazetted holidays, not mentioned above, fall on a Sunday or on other holidays. Note : There may be some changes in the above mentioned list as per the need of the school. Keeping in view the safety of the students, school will be called off on account of bandh, gherao or any unprecedented event. 18

18 ALMANAC FEES STRUCTURE Prospectus ` 1,000 At the Time of Admission Tuition Fee Admission Fee ` 20,000 Security Deposit (Refundable) ` 5, 000 Class Quarterly Half Yearly Annual Nursery & KG I to V VI to VIII IX to XII ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` Transport Charges (Optional) On the basis of distance Quarterly Half Yearly Annual Category-I ` 4300 ` 8600 ` Category-II Category-III ` ` ` ` ` ` Note: Fees for the 1st quarter must be deposited at the time of admission. Security deposit is refundable, without interest, on withdrawal. Original receipt to be submitted with the claim for refund of Security Deposit. For the wards of Government Employees posted in Chhattisgarh, Admission Fee is 50% and Security Deposit is nil. Fee does not include the cost of books/notebooks and stationery. Fee can be paid through Cheque / DD in favour of Delhi Public School, Raipur to the School Account Office. Fee deposition schedule: 1st Installment By 10th April 2nd Installment By 10th July 3rd Installment By 10th October 4th Installment By 10th January Fee deposition is the responsibility of the parents. No reminder is given for deposition of fee. Parents should quote Admission No of their ward correctly while depositing fee. Without Admission No, fee may not be deposited. Late deposit of fee will invite 10 per day. If the fee is not deposited by the end of the scheduled month, the name of the student will be struck off from the school rolls. 19

19 DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL GUIDELINES TO PARENTS If you want your child to do well in school then you yourself must develop a respect for learning. 1. Read school circulars, notes and remarks sent by teachers carefully in website or Almanac. It is mandatory for a student to carry Almanac to school. 2. Do spend quality time going through note books especially on weekends. 3. Encourage your ward to be careful about his / her belongings. 4. Encourage your child to take interest in academics, co-curricular activities and sports. 5. Communicate to the teacher any matter of concern with regard to the feedback you receive from the child, that may help the child gain confidence. 6. Any change in address or telephone no. must be intimated in written to school office, VP/HM at the earliest. 7. Make sure the child returns the library books within stipulated time, failing which a fine of Rs. 10/- per day will be imposed and the library facility will be withdrawn. The book may be reissued after returning to the library. 8. Result of Assessment (Weekly Test & Activity based test) for every child will be displayed on the website (if required). 9. Taking leave during working days is strongly discouraged. Parents are responsible to make up for the loss of the studies in case of leave taken. The school will expect these students to be at par with the class in every way and that will have to be ensured by the parents. 10. Missing out on Assessments (Weekly Tests and Activity Based Evaluations) and Half Yearly and Annual Exam directly affect the promotion of the students to the next class at the end of the session. Thus your ward's presence in all the Assessments places him / her on a safer pedestal and decides a better place in the class. Please take these Tests/Evaluations seriously and avoid absenteeism for the betterment of your ward. 11. Read the School Almanac / Info book frequently as they carry all the details needed for the session, be it exam dates, PTM, Fees date / Amount and most importantly behaviour and academic pattern of your ward in school. 12. Turning up late to the school is undesirable. Please ensure that your ward reaches school on or before reporting time under all circumstances. Henceforth, latecomers will not be entertained. Correspondence in this regard is discouraged. 13. (a) Students are expected to attend school in neat and well ironed, complete uniform and boys with short and decent hair cut. In case of non-compliance, they will not be allowed to attend classes and parents shall be called to take them home. Kindly ensure that the instructions are followed in all seriousness to avoid any inconvenience to your good self later. (b) Students are expected to enter school campus only in school uniform and not in civil outfit even for purpose other than academic. 14. (a) It is mandatory for the students using personal conveyance (Two Wheelers) to school to wear helmets and carry his/her driving license. They are only allowed to ride bikes as per the notification of Traffic Police Department. Safety and security of the child in such cases is the sole responsibility of the parents. (b) Personal vehicles are not allowed inside the school campus. 15. (a) It is wonderful to observe children distribute toffees on their Birthday. Birthdays to be celebrated through distribution of toffees to friends. Cakes, pastries, cold drinks, 20

20 ALMANAC (b) chocolate bars, chewing gum and fancy gifts are not permitted. Partying in the classroom or canteen is strictly prohibited. It is reiterated that birthday joy shared is joy doubled. Hence sharing of birthday festivities with the underprivileged will be highly appreciated. Students of classes VI-XII must wear school uniform on their birthdays. School does not take any responsibility of any party / celebration organised by parents / students to celebrate birthdays outside the school campus. 16. Encourage your ward to speak in English at home and provide him / her an ambience to improve spoken English. 17. Motivate your child to maintain a proper code of conduct. Any misbehaviour / indiscipline and damage to school property may lead to serious consequence (disciplinary action). 18. No sharp objects namely blade, knife, scissors, nail cutters, needle should be sent to school to ensure safety. 19. (a) Valuable articles like gold/ diamond jewellery (chain, danglers, finger ring, ear ring, bangles), facial make up like eye makeup & bindi, henna/tattoo decorating on arms & feet, colouring of hair is strictly prohibited in the school. Application of Henna should be restricted to inner side of the palm and that too with prior permission. (b) Electronic gadgets ( mobiles, i-pod, play - stations, audio / video players, camera, i-watch etc.) are not permitted inside the school premises as per CBSE school rules. Expensive pen, pencil, pencil box are to be avoided. If found, the articles will be confiscated for six months. If such instances are repeated, then the child may be asked to leave the school. (c) Possession and consumption of alcohol, cigarette, tobacco products and any other form of intoxicating / illegal substance is strictly prohibited and will invite expulsion from school. 20. In an initiative to conserve forest through the minimal use of paper, the school administration has decided to do away with printed circulars. Instead, the circulars will be put on the school website Please check the official website for the circular. Kindly go through the Almanac of your ward frequently as it facilitates communication between the parent and the school. Primary and Pre-Primary parents can check the link DPS RAIPUR JUNIOR SECTION in the Home page of The use of polythene bags is prohibited in the school. 22. Non vegetarian food is prohibited in the school premises. 23. Morning refreshments are provided by the school to the students at nominal cost. 24. Courtesy is expected from the parents in all their dealing with the school authorities. Discourtesy / improper behaviour with school employees will be dealt appropriately. 25. Watches can only be worn from class VI onwards. Fancy and expensive watches, i-watch or watch with camera are not allowed. 26. Derogatory remarks about the school, student, teacher on social media will invite expulsion from the school. 27. Indiscipline cases of the students will be dealt by the Discipline Committee of the school, which is final and binding on the students. 28. CBSE recommends a minimum of 220 working days in an academic session. If required, the school may function on holidays and/or Sundays to complete the syllabus / conduct examinations. 21

21 DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL 29. Answer scripts of Tests won't be sent home, photocopy cannot be provided. Parents are requested to come to school on PTM day and see the Answer Scripts. 30. Every child that leaves the school before usual dispersal time needs to get a Gate Pass, duly signed by Class Teacher, Staff Nurse (in case of sick leave), HM/VP & the parent. Children availing personal transport must get the Permanent Gate Pass issued from the school reception. 31. Procedure for tackling indiscipline: 1st Step - Almanac Note by Class Teacher / Subject Teacher. 2nd Step - Intimation to parent through telephone / letter. 3rd Step - 4th Step - MEDICAL GUIDANCE Parents are requested to impart health education to their children to enable the following: 1. Maintain personal hygiene. 2. Eat a balanced diet. 3. Drink clean water. 4. Follow a regular exercise / yoga schedule. 5. Have adequate sleep of at least 8 hours. Parents are expected : 1. To immunize their children as per the doctor's advice. 2. Not to send children suffering from conjunctivitis, chicken pox, measles, influenza, mumps etc. to school till the prescribed period of abstinence is over. 3. To produce a doctor's certificate permitting the child to attend school when he/she returns to school after suffering from an infectious or contagious disease. 4. To inform the school authorities in writing if the child is suffering from a chronic disease stating the history of illness and special precautions to be taken, if any. Do note that : Counselling of Student & Parent by Class Teacher / Counsellor. Meeting with VP / HM / Sr.Cordinator to decide upon the future course of action and then meeting with Principal, if required. 1. The school has a well-equipped medical room and a qualified attendant to provide first-aid to a child in case of need. 2. In case of emergencies, the injured child is rushed to the hospital. 3. All expenses on medical treatment given as first-aid are borne by the school. However, for extended treatment, the consultancy charges are to be borne by the parents. 4. A comprehensive annual medical check-up of each child is done by qualified doctors to monitor the child's physical growth. 5. A medical card to record the health status and growth status of the child is maintained and a report thereof is sent to the parents for information and necessary action. 6. The medical history of the child has to be filled up by the parents. 22

22 ALMANAC MEDICAL CARD OF THE CHILD (To be filled-up by the parents / guardians in CAPITAL letters) 1. Name : Age in years : Specific diseases suffered in the past : Operation undergone in the past, if any, specify : Allergies, if any : Immunizations record :... Vaccines Yes /No Date (a) Polio (b) DPT (c) Measles (d) DT (e) Tetanus (f) Hepatitis A (g) Hepatitis B (h) Chicken Pox Any disease for which child is on regular medication :

23 DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL ANTI-BULLYING POLICY We believe that all students have the right to be educated in an environment where there is mutual respect and co-operation. Bullying is contrary to this approach and we do everything possible to discourage it. Bullying is when someone deliberately goes out of their way to threaten, frighten, abuse or hurt someone else. It is also taunting or name calling as well as damaging a person's property, clothing or school work. It is ganging up on someone and isolating them. School is committed to opposing bullying. Any form of the behaviour outlined below should never be ignored but challenged and the appropriate action taken. Every pupil has the right to feel safe, secure, happy and free from intimidation. Bullying can be defined as : Malicious gossip Verbal threats and abuse Intimidating behaviour causing fear, concern or isolation Aggressive physical contact Interference with personal belongings Sexual, racial, social or disability harassment Exclusion of the victim from group membership Written comments including those posted on social networking sites Graffiti in the school washroom, corridors and classrooms. It can be defined as bullying if physically or emotionally harmful actions are repetitive, wilful or persistent and are intentionally harmful and carried out by an individual or a group; if there is an imbalance of power leaving the person who is bullied feeling defenceless. Bullying is strictly prohibited inside the school premises and no such act will go unnoticed or unpunished. Act of bullying will be referred to the Discipline Committee, which after thorough investigation will recommend appropriate measures to be taken as per the guidelines laid down by CBSE. Remember It's not your fault that you are being bullied. You don't have to face this on your own. 24

24 ALMANAC HELP AVAILABLE TO PARENTS The school has a wide range of people available to help parents with any issues they have. Please confirm the school office to request an appointment from: Coordinator : To support children with learning ability etc. Class Teacher : For issues concerning attendance, behaviour, uniform, studies etc. Nurse : For any medical issues or concerns etc. Counsellor : For matter related with psychological problems, personal guidance & career counselling Accounts Officer : For problems related with fees etc. People Available to help Parents Subject Teacher : For subject-specific information or concerns Administrator : For problems related with buses, finance and maintenance administration etc. Principal/Vice Principal/Headmistress : For issues not resolved satisfactorily after all other channels have been explored Examination In-charge: To register students for t h e i r e x a m s, m a k e necessary arrangements to conduct entrance test & declare results 25

25 DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL PARENTS TEACHERS MEETING SCHEDULE CLASSES NUR V st 1 Week of July 2017 th 4 Week of August 2017 nd 2 Week of October 2017 st 1 Week of February 2018 Every 1 st & 3 rd Saturday of the month (Optional) (11:30 am to 12:00 noon) CLASSES VI XII th 4 Week of June 2017 st 1 Week of September 2017 rd 3 Week of October 2017 nd 2 Week of January 2018 NOTE : Any change in the PTM schedule will be intimated through School website / SMS / School Almanac, well in advance. 26

26 ALMANAC Dear Parents, The Parent Teacher Meeting for students of Class... has been scheduled on... You are requested to be present between... and... to discuss the performance of your ward with the teachers. Please adhere strictly to the time allotted to avoid any inconvenience. Regards, PARENT TEACHER MEETING INFORMATION Class Teacher's Signature Parent's Signature Dear Parents, The Parent Teacher Meeting for students of Class... has been scheduled on... You are requested to be present between... and... to discuss the performance of your ward with the teachers. Please adhere strictly to the time allotted to avoid any inconvenience. Regards, Class Teacher's Signature Parent's Signature Dear Parents, The Parent Teacher Meeting for students of Class... has been scheduled on... You are requested to be present between... and... to discuss the performance of your ward with the teachers. Please adhere strictly to the time allotted to avoid any inconvenience. Regards, Class Teacher's Signature Parent's Signature Dear Parents, The Parent Teacher Meeting for students of Class... has been scheduled on... You are requested to be present between... and... to discuss the performance of your ward with the teachers. Please adhere strictly to the time allotted to avoid any inconvenience. Regards, Class Teacher's Signature Parent's Signature 27

27 DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL DPSR EXPECTS ITS STUDENTS TO Inculcate and seek to satisfy intellectual curiosity. Set a target in the fields of academics and pursue it. Take part in co-curricular activities for their holistic growth. Lead a disciplined life. Make optimum use of time. Take care of school property. Maintain personal hygiene. Maintain the cleanliness of their surroundings. Shoulder responsibilities. Show respect to their elders, teachers, parents and affection to the youngers. Take care of the disadvantaged. Be environment conscious. Grow up as conscientious and concerned citizens. Avoid eating junk food, packet food and cold drink. 28

28 ALMANAC I AM SPECIAL SO I take pride in wearing the school uniform. take care of my health. speak politely. am well-behaved and courteous. am helpful to everyone. give my best in whatever I do. always tell the truth. wish my teachers and all elders. play a fair game. do not bully others. keep my classroom and my school clean. have a strong sense of attachment to the school. value our values. 29

29 DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL HELPING YOUR CHILD WITH HOMEWORK Encourage your child to explain homework tasks to you. Discussing often helps to focus the mind. Reward your child for successfully completing homework tasks. Take interest in what your child is learning about. Tips to help your child with his/her homework. Help your child with spelling, punctuation & grammar. Take an interest in how well your child did in previous homework. Encourage your child to read out loud to you. Reading skills are essential to learning. 30

30 ALMANAC SCHOOL TRANSPORT The transport facility provided by Delhi Public School, Raipur will cover majority of areas within Raipur, but it will not be obligatory on the part of the school authorities to make new routes or to extend routes or to create additional stops. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Students must travel by the route that is allotted to them. No change will be allowed in between the session. Shifting to a new locality does not entitle the child to use a different school vehicle without permission from the school authorities. Allotment of a seat is subjected to availability. 2. A responsible person from the school is on duty in every vehicle with a mobile phone to keep connectivity with the school office. In case of any difficulty please contact the transport in-charge. 3. Parents are requested to ensure that the student is escorted to and from the bus stop. The escort must be at the stop before the arrival of the bus. 4. Eating in the buses or littering is not permitted. 5. Strict discipline to be maintained in the buses while travelling to school. Behaviour in the bus should be courteous. Talking aloud and moving up and down is not permitted. More than one complaint of indiscipline in the bus will result in withholding / withdrawing the transport facility of the child. 6. A suggestion book is placed in all school vehicles, to be used by parents for lodging any suggestion / complaint, as and when required. Such an exercise will provide us the necessary inputs to upgrade the existing system. Parents are requested not to enter the bus and disrupt the functioning. 7. A Transport Declaration form is required to be filled in by the parent for each student using the school transport available at the school office. 8. (a) Students will have to face disciplinary action (withdrawal of bus service) for any damage to buses caused by negligence or vandalism and fined accordingly. (b) For maintaining discipline in bus, boys are allotted seats in the front and girls at the back, along with teachers. (c) Bullying of any form is a serious offence and will invite serious repercussion to the extent of withdrawal of bus facility / expulsion from school. 9. For Safety reasons: (a) Students should stand away from the main road. (b) No body part should be outside the window. (c) No student should stand or move around inside the bus while the bus is in motion. (d) The driver's attention should not be distracted for any reason. (e) No student should come near the door until the bus stops. 31

31 DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL 10. Transport facility can be availed for pre destined routes & stoppages only. Moreover, no new route or stoppage will be earmarked for the new session and neither the bus will wait for students at any particular stoppage. 11. Parents/guardians should neither enter the bus nor stop it at any destination apart from the predestined stoppages. 12. Communication regarding transport to be done with the Admin Head only. Parents are requested not to communicate with the drivers or conductors at all. 13. Students availing the school transport are expected to maintain the best of decorum in the buses, failing which an appropriate action, to the extent of withdrawing the bus facility of the student, will be taken. Leaving & picking up from the bus stop should be done by the parents only. 14. No monetary transaction to be done through school bus drivers / conductors or any school employee outside the school campus. DO NOTE THE FOLLOWING: SCHOOL UNIFORM 1. In order to maintain equality and uniformity, it is compulsory for students to wear the complete prescribed school uniform. 2. Students not adhering to wearing of proper school uniform will not be entertained in the school. 3. Bottle green ribbons / bands to be used by girls. For Sikh boys the colour of the turban is bottle green. 4. Girls of class III upwards must wear black cycling shorts under the divided-skirt. Nursery to class II must wear bloomers under the tunic. 5. Watches can only be worn from class VI onwards. Fancy and expensive watches are not allowed. 6. All students (Primary) must carry one clean white handkerchief daily. They must deposit a table mat & yoga mat with the class teacher. 7. For students of Pre-Primary, two sets of aprons and napkins need to be purchased and deposited with the class teacher. They should bear the name of the child or have an identification mark that the child can recognize. It will be sent home every Saturday, to be washed and brought back on Monday. 8. Girls having long hair must tie their hair into two plaits (for Nursery to class X) and girls of classes XI and XII can tie single plait. 9. Improper turn out is undesirable and will lead to serious consequences. 10. Class V onwards boys should wear trousers. 11. Girls must wear skirts covering their knee. 32

32 ALMANAC UNIFORM FOR CLASSES I TO XII BOYS SUMMER White Shorts ( up to Class IV) White Trousers (Class V onwards) White Shirt (Half Sleeves) White Socks, School Belt Black Sports Shoes House Dress SUMMER White Skirt (Divided) for III XII White Tunic for I & II White Shirt (Half Sleeves) White Socks Black Sports Shoes School Belt House Dress GIRLS WINTER WINTER UNIFORM FOR PRE PRIMARY CLASSES SUMMER Yellow School T- Shirt Dark Green Shorts Yellow School Socks School Belt Black Sports Shoes SUMMER Yellow School T- Shirt Dark Green Skirt Yellow School Socks School Belt Green Hair Band Black Sports Shoes BOYS GIRLS Grey Trousers White Shirt (Full Sleeves) Green Pullover Green Blazer Black Sports Shoes Grey Socks, School Belt School Tie House Dress Grey Skirt (Divided) for III XII Grey Tunic for I & II White Shirt (Full Sleeves) Green Pullover Green Blazer School Belt & Tie Grey Socks Black Sports Shoes House Dress WINTER Red School T-Shirt Navy Blue Trousers Red Pullover Red School Socks School Belt Black Sports Shoes WINTER Red School T-Shirt Navy Blue Trousers Red Pullover Red School Socks School Belt Red Hair Band Black Sports Shoes 33

33 DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL WITHDRAWAL PROCEDURES 1. Parents who wish to withdraw their ward in the mid of the session need to pay the installment of fee, if it has fallen due. 2. On withdrawal of student, security deposit will be refunded without interest. For refund of above, a written application for refund along with original receipt of deposits has to be enclosed. If security deposit is not collected within a year of student's withdrawal, the amount will be forfeited. 3. Transfer Certificate will be issued after all the dues are cleared and clearance form is completed. 4. Students can be asked to leave the school for the following reasons: a. Indiscipline. b. Delay / Repetitive failure in payment of fee. c. Absence without fee. d. Unsatisfactory progress in academics. e. Non-adherence to school rules and regulations. f. Possession of prohibited items like liquor, drugs, firearms and illicit articles. 5. For the withdrawal of transport services, one month prior written notice is essential. 6. In case of student not joining school after taking admission, the admission fee will be forfeited. Tuition Fee and Security Deposit, if deposited, will be returned without any interest. 7. Dues, if any, may be claimed only within a year of leaving the school. 34

34 ALMANAC ATTENDANCE Coming to school regularly is an integral part of student's life. This inculcates discipline and regularity in a student. Students will not be allowed to enter the class without an absence note in Almanac if he/she has been absent on the previous day. Leave of Absence : 1. Parents should submit an application through the Almanac well in advance and are strongly advised to apply for leave of absence before they confirm their holiday arrangements. 2. Students who have been sick for 3 or more days will bring a medical certificate from their doctor on rejoining the School. 3. All students will attend school on the reopening day after each of the vacations. Those absent on account of any illness must present a medical certificate before they are admitted to the class. It is compulsory for all students to maintain regular attendance during the course of the Academic Session, 75% attendance is mandatory to enable them to appear for the Final Assessment. A certificate of merit will be given to students with 100% attendance. 4. If a child is absent from the school without prior information for 7 days continuously then his/her name will be struck off from the attendance register. 5. Leave on Unit Test and H.Y. / A.E. should be strictly avoided as it may hamper the child's Academic Progress and Promotion to higher class. SCHOOL OUTINGS 1. Outings for Pre Primary Classes are organized regularly keeping in mind the relevant topics being covered in the class. 2. Educational trips for classes I and above are organised from time to time to help them get a first-hand information for their project work. INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS' EDUCATIONAL EXCHANGE School has partnerships with Hounsdown Science College and Ellesmere College, UK for collaborative learning through Teacher and Student Exchange Programmes. The students are selected on the basis of academics, sports / performing arts, discipline, attendance and tenure in the school. 35

35 DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL SCHOOL HOUSES The students of the school are divided into four houses with each house headed by a House In charge and a team of teachers and house prefects. The four houses are: 1. Prabal House (House colour Red) Motto : United we stand, divided we fall. 2. Pragati House (House colour Green) Motto : Tough times never last, tough people do. 3. Pratap House (House colour Blue) Motto : Winners never quit and quitters never win. 4. Pragyan House (House colour Yellow) Motto : Perseverance leads to success. House competitions and activities form a regular routine at school. Participation is encouraged through various inter-house competitions in creative and performing arts, literary activities, academic as well as sports and special assemblies, thereby, developing confidence in the members of the house to showcase their talents and abilities. A healthy competitive and team spirit is thus inculcated and encouraged in every child. Houses are allotted to students from class I. 36

36 ALMANAC Apart from academic excellence and co-curricular involvement, it is our desire to develop qualities like good conduct, discipline, punctuality, leadership, ecological awareness that help in shaping the personality of the child. From time to time, certificates of merit and appreciation are given to the students for their efforts. At the end of the academic year, based on the teachers' observation and interaction on a regular basis, a careful selection is made to give the following awards: Pro-vice Chairman's Award: National Topper in a subject in Class XII Board Examination Principal's Trophy (Running Trophy): All Round Best House Scholar Badge: A Scholar Badge shall be awarded to a student for achieving academic excellence with a minimum A2 grade (81% and above) in all subjects (class V onwards) and 90% and above attendance. No exemption / relaxation in attendance will be considered under any circumstances. Scholar Blazer: A Scholar Blazer shall be awarded to a student who earns the Scholar Badge for three consecutive years. Scholar Tie: Students who have received scholar badge for four consecutive years. Piped Blazer: Students who have received scholar badge for six consecutive years. Hundred Percent Attendance Certificate Note : (i) SCHOOL HONOURS AND AWARDS A day's attendance is counted only if the student attends all the classes conducted during the day. (ii) Students who have left the school are not considered for the award. (iii) Candidature may be cancelled on disciplinary ground. Other Awards for participation at Co-Curricular Activities are: Excellence in 1. Art & Craft 2. Sports 3. Music (Vocal) 4. Music (Instrumental) 5. Dance 6. External Exams (Written & Oral) 7. Innovation & Creativity 8. Quiz Criterion for Co-scholastic Blazer: Placeholders in National Interschool CBSE / Inter DPS Sports / Music / Dance / Art & Craft / External Exams. Placeholders in National Interschool CBSE / Inter DPS Science model, articles, essay, poetry. Placeholders in any event organized by School Games Federation of India (SGFI) Citation: For outstanding performance in any event of National level. For receiving Scholar Badge for seven consecutive years. For receiving Hundred Percent Attendance Certificate for three consecutive years. 37

37 DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL ACTIVITIES AT SCHOOL The school curriculum leads to sound academic growth. However, involvement in cocurricular activities is an essential part of schooling. Some of the activities which the school provides are : 1. Games and Sports: Swimming, Volleyball, Basketball, Football, Badminton, Table Tennis, Lawn Tennis, Cricket, Squash, Indoor Games etc. 2. Art and Craft: Drawing, Painting, Craftwork and creating Best out of Waste. 3. Music: Instrumental and Vocal. 4. Computer: Multimedia Presentations, Graphics Designing, Desk Top Publishing (DTP), Computer Hardware, Maintenance and Troubleshooting, Programming, Internet, Web Designing, Online Projects etc. 5. Ecology / Environment Studies: Seminars, Projects, Exhibitions, Quizzes, Demonstrations, Symposium, Green School Alliance etc. 6. Reading Scheme Activities: Students are exposed to words, sentences, stories as per their level, so that they enjoy hearing, repeating, understanding and demonstrating. 7. Language Enrichment Programme (LEP): Providing opportunity for students to master the language through constant exposure to audio and audio-visual inputs to build expression and vocabulary using dialogues and discussions. 8. Personality Development Programme (PDP): Paper Presentation, Radio Talks, Lectures and Seminars, Communication Skills in English, Manners and Etiquette and Value Education. 9. Audio Visual Learning Supplement: Learning by doing is the call of the day, especially for the junior classes. The school enriches the curriculum with AV aids to ensure better understanding and retention. 10. Internal Assessment Activities: For Classes I to X every subject will have activity assessments to encourage students perform beyond pen and paper test. 11. Students Counselling: School caters to counselling and guidance of students in developing their personality and shaping career. 12. Language Enrichment, Mental Maths and General Awareness Tests are conducted to enhance Linguistic skills, Mental Mathematical aptitude and General awareness. 13. Yoga and Diya Meditation: Great emphasis is given to yoga and Diya Meditation to bolster up the power of concentration, accentuate memory power and balance Physical / Mental aspect. 14. Personality Development Clubs: Various clubs like Spoken English, Calligraphy, Ecoclub, Synergy Club, Art & Craft, Fireless Cooking Club, Language Clubs (French & German) Dance and Music (Vocal and instrumental) are organized for holistic development of the children and tapping their inherent talent in the fields of their interest. 15. Community Service Programme: 'SWEAR' is a voluntary initiative by students to connect with the greater community giving them the opportunity to serve and learn from a variety of people outside the students' immediate world. A myriad of projects are offered throughout the session. This is being inspired by our motto of DPS Society 'Service Before Self'. 16. International Vistas: The School embeds international learning into the curriculum through the plethora of British Council programmes like International student and Teacher Exchange with partner school across the Globe, UK Generation Next, Connecting Classrooms and School Enterprise Challenge Tony Blair 'Face to Faith' programme and Green School Alliance gives pupils and teachers new perspective towards global harmony and sustainable development. 38

38 ALMANAC SCHOOL PUBLICATIONS A Collection of Literary work of the students in the form of School Magazine WINGS reflects the events and achievements of students during the year and carries other articles / photographs of interest. In addition to this, a newsletter ROOTS is also published quarterly, which highlights the happenings at school and has the creative efforts of the students. MAJOR EVENTS OF THE SCHOOL SN MAJOR EVENTS / FUNCTIONS Foundation Day Investiture Ceremony Annual Awards Ceremony Grandparents Day Teachers Day Children s Day Annual Function / Annual Sports Day Farewell of class XII students Graduation Ceremony Inter School Competitions International students / teachers visit Model United Nation Programme & Youth Parliament 39

39 DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL SPORTS ACTIVITY PLANNER Month JUL AUG SEP NOV Class I Class II Class III Class IV Class V Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys Girls Zig Zag 30 m Lemon & Spoon Throw Ball 30 m Zig Zag Throw Ball Frog Frog Sack Lemon & Hopping Spoon Frog 50 m Hopping Sack 100 m Throw Ball Sack Obstacle Skipping 100 m Crawling 100 m 100 m 100 m 100 m Swimming Swimming Swimming Swimming Crawling Standing Sack Broad Jump Hopping Crawling Hopping Sack Sack Crawling DEC Standing Obstacle Broad Jump Zig Zag Throw Ball Standing Broad Jump Obstacle Hoping Ready for Ready for School School Hoping JAN Obstacle Standing Broad Jump Throw Ball Zig Zag Zig Zag Shoes Ready for School Long Jump Crawling Long Jump FEB 50 m 50 m 100 m 50 m Crawling Zig Zag Long Jump Obstacle Long Jump Ready for School Month Classes VI VIII Classes IX XII JUN Chess & Carrom Chess & Carrom JUL Inter House Table Tennis Inter House Badminton AUG Inter House Badminton Inter House Table Tennis SEP Inter House Basket Ball Inter House Foot Ball OCT Inter House Foot Ball Inter House Basket Ball NOV Swimming Inter House Volley Ball DEC Inter House Lawn Tennis JAN Cricket Cricket 40

40 ALMANAC CCA SCHEDULE (Pre-Primary) DATE NURSERY KG - I KG - II Jun 17 Health & Hygiene (A) Health & Hygiene (A) Health & Hygiene (A) 27 Jun 17 Health & Hygiene (C) Health & Hygiene (C) Health & Hygiene (C) Jul 17 Know your family (A) Know your family (A) Know your family (A) 10 Jul 17 Know your family (C) Know your family (C) Know your family (C) 24 Jul 17 Word Wizard (C) Word Wizard (C) Word Wizard (C) 27 Jul 17 Converse with Confidence (C) Converse with Confidence (C) Aug 17 Get ready for school (A) Get ready for school (A) Get ready for school (A) 14 Aug 17 Get ready for school (C) Get ready for school (C) Get ready for school (C) 24 Aug 17 Word Wizard (C) Word Wizard (C) Word Wizard (C) 28 Aug 17 Converse with Confidence (C) Converse with Confidence (C) Oct 17 Perfect Postures (A) Perfect Postures (A) Perfect Postures (A) 09 Oct 17 Perfect Postures (C) Perfect Postures (C) Perfect Postures (C) 14 Oct 17 Assembly 16 Oct 17 Handwriting Competition (C) Handwriting Competition (C) Handwriting Competition (C) 31 Oct 17 Mathamagic (C) Mathamagic (C) Mathamagic (C) Nov 17 Be Safe (A) Be Safe (A) Be Safe (A) 13 Nov 17 Be Safe (C) Be Safe (C) Be Safe (C) 18 Nov 17 Assembly 20 Nov 17 Solo Dance (C) 23 Nov 17 Solo Dance (C) 27 Nov 17 Word Wizard (C) Word Wizard (C) Word Wizard (C) 30 Nov 17 Solo Dance (C) 04 Dec 17 Reading Competition (C) 07 Dec 17 Reading Competition (C) 08 Dec 17 Reading Competition (C) 11 Dec 17 Scrabble (C) 14 Dec 17 Scrabble (C) 15 Dec 17 Scrabble (C) 19 Dec 17 Converse with Confidence (C) Converse with Confidence (C) Converse with Confidence (C) 23 Dec 17 Assembly 28 Dec 17 Mathamagic (C) Mathamagic (C) Mathamagic (C) 05 Jan 18 Sorting Activity (A) Sorting Activity (A) Sorting Activity (A) 08 Jan 18 Story Telling Using Puppet (C) 11 Jan 18 Story Telling Using Puppet (C) 12 Jan 18 Story Telling Using Puppet (C) 15 Jan 18 Word Wizard (C) Word Wizard (C) Word Wizard (C) 22 Jan 18 Converse with Confidence (C) Converse with Confidence (C) Converse with Confidence (C) 05 Feb 18 I Have a Dream (C) 08 Feb 18 I Have a Dream (C) 09 Feb 18 I Have a Dream (C) 16 Feb 18 Converse with Confidence (C) Converse with Confidence (C) Converse with Confidence (C) 22 Feb 18 Extempore (C) 23 Feb 18 Extempore (C) 28 Feb 18 Word Wizard (C) Word Wizard (C) Word Wizard (C) A Activity C Competition 41

41 DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL CCA SCHEDULE (I V) DATE CLASS I & II CLASS III V 21 Jun 17 Talent show Talent show 28 Jun 17 Poem Recitation Theme based Poem Recitation 05 Jul 17 Solo Song Solo song 12 Jul 17 Free Hand Drawing Comp. Essay Writing 23 Aug 17 Quiz Quiz 06 Sep 17 Show & Tell Judo 04 Oct 17 Extempore Extempore 11 Oct 17 Class - 1 Assembly Story Writing 25 Oct 17 Maths Magic Maths Magic 08 Nov 17 Class - 2 Assembly Reading Competition 15 Nov 17 Yoga Class - 3 Assembly 22 Nov 17 Collage making Yoga 29 Nov 17 Reading Competition Class - 4 Assembly 17 Jan 18 Memory Game Theme Based Drawing Comp. 24 Jan 18 Story telling with puppets Elocution 31 Jan 18 Dance Competition Class -5 Assembly 07 Feb 18 Best Out of Waste Dance Competition 14 Feb 18 English Handwriting Comp. Best out of waste CCA SCHEDULE (VI XII) Date VI-VIII IX-XII Sat, 08 Apr 17 Sat, 15 Apr 17 Sat, 22 Apr 17 House Meeting Sat, 24 Jun 17 Sat, 01 Jul 17 Hasya Kavi Sammelan Extempore Sat, 15 Jul 17 Best Out of Waste Instrumental Music Sat, 29 Jul 17 Solo Song Design for Change Sat, 19 Aug 17 Hindi Debate Science and Maths Quiz Sat, 25 Nov 17 English Elocution (Prose) Rangoli Making Sat, 09 Dec 17 Solo Dance Street Play 42

42 ALMANAC ASSESSMENT SYSTEM Assessment is an integral part of the learning process as it gauges the consistent progress made by the child throughout the academic session. Pre-Primary Classes Promotion to the next class is based on continuous assessment i.e. child's daily performance, quality of the work, assimilation of the concepts taught, participation in class and co-curricular activities. Skills in different areas will be assessed and graded on a 5-point scale. Classes I - V l l l Skills in different areas will be assessed and graded on a 5-point scale. Annual Examination will be conducted at the end of the academic session for 80 marks in each subject. Continuous assessment for 20 marks in each subject will be conducted as follows: 10 marks from Periodic Written Tests two Unit Tests and Half yearly Examination 5 marks from Notebook Submission Regularity, Assignment Completion, Neatness & Upkeep of notebook 5 marks from Subject Enrichment Activity Classes VI - X l l Annual Examination will be conducted at the end of the academic session for 80 marks in each subject covering the syllabus of the whole year. For Class X this will be conducted by CBSE. A student has to secure 33% marks in each subject. Continuous assessment for 20 marks in each subject will be conducted as follows: 10 marks from Periodic Written Tests two Unit Tests and Half yearly Examination 5 marks from Notebook Submission Regularity, Assignment Completion, Neatness & Upkeep of notebook 5 marks from Subject Enrichment Activity A student has to secure 33% marks in each subject (for Classes IX & X). 43

43 DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL PROMOTION POLICY FOR CLASS XI 1. A student will be treated as passed and promoted to class XII if he / she qualifies in all five subjects in class XI. 2. To qualify in a subject a student has to secure (separately in Theory and Practical) at-least 33% in both of the followings: (a) Annual Examination Marks (b) Cumulative Marks [20% of (Unit Tests Marks) + 30% of (Half-Yearly Examination Marks) + 50% of (Annual Examination Marks)] 3. If a student fails to qualify in only one subject he / she is placed in compartment in that subject. In that case, Annual Examination Marks will be replaced by the Compartment Examination Marks and then the criterion stated in point no. 2 will be applied for promotion. 4. If a student fails to qualify in more than one subject he / she will be detained in class XI. 5. The Compartment Examination will be held after a minimum of 10 days from the result declaration day. Results of students will be withheld under the following conditions: (a) Non clearance of fees till 15th March of the financial year. (b) Library books not returned. (c) Non clearance of dues towards Science / Maths / Social Science / Computer Labs. (d) Attendance is below 75%. 44

44 ALMANAC ASSESSMENT SCHEDULE (I- V) Unit Test Schedule Unit Test 1 DATE I II III IV V Wed, 19 Jul 17 ENGLISH HINDI EVS MATHS ENGLISH Wed, 26 Jul 17 EVS MATHS HINDI ENGLISH HINDI Wed, 02 Aug 17 MATHS EVS ENGLISH EVS MATHS Wed, 09 Aug 17 HINDI ENGLISH MATHS HINDI EVS Unit Test 2 DATE I II III IV V Wed, 06 Dec 17 ENGLISH HINDI EVS MATHS ENGLISH Wed, 13 Dec 17 EVS MATHS HINDI ENGLISH HINDI Wed, 20 Dec 17 MATHS EVS ENGLISH EVS MATHS Wed, 03 Jan 18 HINDI ENGLISH MATHS HINDI EVS Half Yearly Examination Schedule DATE I II III IV V Fri, 08 Sep 17 COMPUTERS COMPUTERS COMPUTERS COMPUTERS COMPUTERS Sat, 09 Sep 17 GK & MSC GK & MSC GK & MSC GK & MSC GK & MSC Tue, 12 Sep 17 ENGLISH HINDI EVS MATHS ENGLISH-1 Fri, 15 Sep 17 EVS MATHS HINDI ENGLISH-1 ENGLISH-2 Tue, 19 Sep 17 MATHS EVS ENGLISH-1 ENGLISH-2 HINDI Fri, 22 Sep 17 HINDI ENGLISH ENGLISH-2 EVS MATHS Mon, 25 Sep 17 MATHS HINDI EVS Annual Examination Schedule DATE I II III IV V Mon, 05 Mar 18 COMPUTERS COMPUTERS COMPUTERS COMPUTERS COMPUTERS Tue, 06 Mar 18 GK & MSC GK & MSC GK & MSC GK & MSC GK & MSC Thu, 08 Mar 18 ENGLISH HINDI EVS MATHS ENGLISH-1 Sat, 10 Mar 18 EVS MATHS HINDI ENGLISH-1 ENGLISH-2 Tue, 13 Mar 18 MATHS EVS ENGLISH-1 ENGLISH-2 HINDI Thu, 15 Mar 18 HINDI ENGLISH ENGLISH-2 EVS MATHS Sat, 17 Mar 18 MATHS HINDI EVS 45

45 DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL ASSESSMENT SCHEDULE (VI - XII) Unit Test Schedule Unit Test 1 DATE VI VII VIII IX X XI Mon, 03 Jul 17 ENG HIN MAT ENG MAT Mon, 10 Jul 17 SCI ENG HIN SCI SST ENG Mon, 17 Jul 17 HIN MAT SSC MAT ENG CHE / ACC / POL Mon, 24 Jul 17 Computers SSC SCI IT HIN / SAN MAT Mon, 31 Jul 17 SSC SAN / GER ENG HIN / SAN IT CS / IP / PE / MUS / DAN / PAI Tue, 08 Aug 17 MAT SCI Computers SST SCI BIO / ECO Mon, 14 Aug 17 SAN / GER Computers SAN / GER PHY / BST / GEO Unit Test 2 DATE VI VII VIII IX X XI Mon, 06 Nov 17 MAT SCI ENG SSC SCI ENG Mon, 13 Nov 17 ENG HIN MAT ENG MAT CHE / ACC / POL Mon, 20 Nov 17 SCI ENG HIN SCI SST MAT Mon, 27 Nov 17 HIN MAT SST MAT ENG CS / IP / PE / MUS / DAN / PAI Mon, 04 Dec 17 Computers SSC SCI IT HIN / SAN BIO / ECO Mon, 11 Dec 17 SSC SAN / GER Computers HIN / SAN IT PHY / BST / GEO Tue, 19 Dec 17 SAN / GER Computers SAN / GER Half Yearly Examination Schedule DATE VI VII VIII IX X XI XII Sat, 09 Sep 17 Computers Computers Computers Mon, 11 Sep 17 SAN / GER SAN / GER SAN / GER Wed, 13 Sep 17 GK, ART GK, ART GK, ART IT, ART IT, ART MAT MAT Sat, 16 Sep 17 SST SCI MAT SST SCI BIO / ECO PHY / BST / GEO Mon, 18 Sep 17 HINDI ENG HINDI HIN / SAN Thu, 21 Sep 17 ENG HINDI ENG ENG ENG HIN / SAN Sat, 23 Sep 17 SCI MAT SST SCI SST Tue, 26 Sep 17 MAT SST SCI MAT MAT ENG CS / IP / PE / MUS / DAN / PAI CHEM / ACC / POL PHY / BST / GEO CS / IP / PE / MUS / DAN / PAI ENG CHEM / ACC / POL BIO / ECO 46

46 ALMANAC Pre-Board Examniation Schedule DATE X XII Wed, 03 Jan 18 SCI MAT Sat, 06 Jan 18 SSC PHY / BST / GEO Mon, 08 Jan 18 HIN / SAN ENG Thu, 11 Jan 18 MAT CHEM / ACC / POL Sat, 13 Jan 18 ENG BIO / ECO Mon, 15 Jan 18 CS / IP / PE / MUS / DAN / PAI Annual Examination (XI) Schedule DATE Fri, 16 Feb 18 Mon, 19 Feb 18 Wed, 21 Feb 18 Fri, 23 Feb 18 Mon, 26 Feb 18 Thu, 01 Mar 18 XI MAT PHY / BST / GEO ENG CS / IP / PE / MUS / DAN / PAI BIO / ECO CHEM / ACC / POL Annual Examination (VI - IX) Schedule DATE VI VII VIII IX Mon, 05 Mar 18 SAN / GER SAN / GER SAN / GER Tue, 06 Mar 18 Computers Computers Computers IT Fri, 09 Mar 18 SST SCI MAT SST Mon, 12 Mar 18 MAT SST SCI SCI Wed, 14 Mar 18 HINDI ENG HINDI HIN / SAN Fri, 16 Mar 18 ENG HINDI ENG ENG Mon, 19 Mar 18 SCI MAT SST MAT Note: Assessment dates are tentative and subject to change. 47

47 ALMANAC Saanvi Mishra (I-C) Jostle your mind. Do you know from the history of the world where the power of the prophets lay? Where was it? In the intellect? Did any of them write a fine book on philosophy? Or the most intricate relationship of logic? Not one of them. They only spoke a few words. Feel like Christ and you will be a Christ, feel like Buddha and you will be a Buddha. 69

48 DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL Anvita Dwivedi (II-D) Children need our presence more than our presents. Be there for your child to listen to his stories or when he wants you to feel proud of the stars on his notebook. Quality time means being there for your child when he needs you and not when it is convenient for you. 70

49 ALMANAC Richa Patel (VII-B) Parenting is not an examination. It's an experience to be enjoyed. So don't be over-concerned. Allow your child to explore, Experiment and take risks. 87

50 DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL Dikshita Parakh (XI-F) There is only one religion, the religion of Love There is only one language, the language of the Heart There is only one caste, the caste of Humanity There is only one law, the law of Karma There is only one God, He is Omnipresent. 88

51 ALMANAC Time Table Class & Section:... Class Teacher :... Day 0 Per 1st Per 2nd Per 3rd Per 4th Per 5th Per 6th Per 7th Per 8th Per Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 97

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