St. Paul's School, Banswara
  1. Student are not granted leave of absence unless their parents/guardians send in an application and that too for serious reasons only. Those taking leave without the permission of the Principal are liable to dismissal. Please write the application for leave onproper sized paper and enter the same in short in leave Record in the diary.
  1. When a students falls ill, the Principal should be informed in writing at the earliest and when he/she rejoining school, he/she must bring a medical certificate and application signed by the Parents/Guardian failing which he/she is refused admission to the class.

    No student is allowed to be absent except in case of sickness or death of family members.For all other reasons ,they should sanction leave in advance.They may be asked to submit medical certificate to condone absence in case they take leave without permission,or pay fine of Rs. 100/- per day.

  1. Student unable to rejoin classes after the holiday should take permission from the Principal in advance. Defaulters in this regard may find their names stuck off the rolls.Re-admission,if granted,will be done on payment of the admission fee.
  1. No student is allowed to leave the school premises during the school hours without the permission of the Principal.
  1. Parents/Guardians should send an application to the principle in case they want their sons/daughters back home before the school gets over or they should come by themselves.

    Irregular attendance, habitual idleness, disobedience or improper behavior towards the school authorities are sufficient reasons for the dismissal of a student. Those student whose parents/guardians are found to be indulging in any kind of propaganda or other activities which directly or indirectly hinder

    the smooth functioning of the school are liable to be dismissed from the school.

  1. Any damage done to the school property will have to be made good.
  1. A student whose dress or the school appearance is untidy may be refused admission to the class and is liable to be sent home in which case the school disclaims all responsibility. Student without

school diary are liable to the same penalty.

  1. At the first bell before the assembly all must take there allotted places in silence. After the assembly they are expected to go in silence to their respective classes.
  1. The monitor assumes responsibility for order and discipline of the class during the absence of the teacher.
  1. When the students have to move along the corridors while the classes are in progress, they should do so in silence.
  1. No books (other then required for the classes or from the school library) newspaper, periodicals or comics should be brought to the school.No electronic media or storage devices are allowed either.
  1. The school is not responsible for books, money, clothes, gold, etc. lost. The student should look after their own things. They are advised not to bring valuables to the school.
  1. During the intermission the student are not allowed to enter the classrooms without the class teacher's permission.
  1. Students are expected to take part in the co-curricular activities such as dramatics, displays, excursions, matches, debates, etc. when and where they are asked to do so.
  1. Within the school premises the students are expected to speak English only.
  1. Parents are expected to co-oprerate with the staff in enforcing regularity and discipline by seeing that their children prepare their lessons, do their home - work as shown in their diaries and by taking active and positive interest in the activities of the school.
  1. Parents are expected to sign the progress reports and remarks by the teachers sent to them through the school diaries. Student will not be admitted to classes if such report are not duly signed by them.
  1. Parents can meet teachers on Saturdays,as per timing shown in the diary.
  1. During the parents-teacher meeting after the First Summative examination the answer papers of the students may be shown to the parents to point out the defects and common mistakes committed by their children in the answer sheets. It is not to be used as an occasion to compare their children's papers with those of others and bargain for marks.
  1. Answer paper will not be shown to anybody else, except the parents or guardians.
  1. Students with a valid driving licence only will be permitted to come to school on motor vehicles driven by them.
  1. Students are not permitted to take tuition from their own class teachers. if any student is found engaging the teacher of the school in private tuition without proper permission, he/she may be asked to leave the school.
  1. Parents are requested not to compare a student with another as they are having different backgrounds and interests.
  1. It is quite natural that at times children may take complaints to their parents concerning school matters. Parents are to bring such cases to the notice of the Principal and the class teacher before coming to a hasty judgment. We too don't believe all that they say about their parents!
  1. It is up to the parents to bring to the attention of the Principal and teachers if their children have habits or traits of character or any other matters that need special care and attention.
  1. Parents are to see that they do not withdraw their children from the classes for mere social functions so as not to break the continuity of study as we have Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) in place.
  1. All the activities of the school are envisaged and executed in the best interest of the student body. Hence parents must see that their children take active participation in all the school activities setting aside all other considerations.
  1. Students from classes V to X must use only fountain pens and not ball pens.
  1. Polythene bags are not allowed within the School Campus. Mobile phones, other electronic gadgets and storage media should never be brought to school.
  1. Parents are requested to send only home-made lunch items with students.

33.School diary is to be brought to school daily.Children should take care not to misplace or lose their diary.the old diary should be brought to buy a new diary or else you may have to pay the double amount.

                        AMENDMENT OF RULES

  1. The Management has the right to introduce, amend or change, the rules and regulations in case of exigencies and in furtherance of the aims and objectives and ideals of the managing trust and the school, when necessity arises.


Phone calls calling staff members/students during school hours will not be accepted. In case of an emergency local calls can be made with the permission of the Principal. Mobile phones are not to be brought to school.


  1. The academic year begins is April and ends in March. Boys and girls who are at the age of three will be admitted in the Nursery class. A corresponding age limit is set for the next classes.
  1. Expect beginners, students before being admitted must pass a test in CORE SUBJECTS. If a student had attended any other school he/she must produce a Transfer Certificate from that school.
  1. The Principal reserves to himself the right of retaining students whose attendance is irregular, progress in studies is unsatisfactory, conduct is harmful to others, full participation in cocurricular activities is lacking or those whose fees are not paid in time. Honesty, cleanliness of person and dress, good manners and loyalty are demanded of each student. Anyone not conforming to the school's ideals in these matters may after due notice to his/her parents be asked to leave. Immorality, grave insubordination and contempt of authority are always sufficient reasons for dismissal.
  1. The parents/guardians are hereby informed that their children, after passing class X, if wanting to continue their studies in this institution, should fill up new admission forms for further studies at the plus two stage.
  1. The School has Science and Commerce faculties at the Senior Secondary level.
  1. For details of admission, required percentage for different streams, last date to submit forms etc., please check the notice board or contact the office.


  1. In granting admission, besides the academic performance, the conduct of the candidate will also be taken into account.
  1. Parents of the selected candidate have to fill in an admission form issued by the Principal. Only then they should deposit the fees.
  1. For admissions contact the office only during office hours, 8 a.m. to 12 noon.


Application form for Transfer Certificate can be had from the school office.

N.B. :

  1. One month's notice is to be given for the withdrawal of a pupil or the fee will be charged.
  1. If the name of an absent pupil has, through want of notice, been entered in the Attendance Register for the following month, fees for that month are due, even if his absence continues.
  1. The L.C. will be posted to the given address if a stamped envelope is supplied together with the Application form.


  1. Fees are to be paid in four installments. (For more details refer fee booklet.)
  1. Defaulters are liable to be refused admission to class and be fined.
  1. Parents and guardians are requested to verify the entries in the fee booklets.
  1. All dues must be cleared before a student is admitted for the First & Second Summative/Board examination.


  1. A month's notice is required before the withdrawal of a student from the school, or a month's fee, in lieu of such notice will be charged.
  1. Transfer certificate will not be issued until all the dues to the school are cleared. Results too will be withheld.
  1. The Management has the right to increase the tuition fees, term fees,annual fees etc. and also to introduce any kind of additional fees as and when the need arises.
  1. Parents must obtain a proper receipt for every payment made to the school.


The examination and promotion policy is in accordance with the latest CBSE pattern of learning and assessment termed Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE). As per the new scheme, the academic is divided into two terms :

First Term - April to September


Second Term - October to March

Each of the terms will have two type of assessments called Formative Assessment (FA) and Summative Assessment (SA). For the Formative Assessment, the teachers will rely on a variety of assessment tools and method like unit tests/ class tests, oral tests, projects, quizzes, group activities assignment, class work, home work, etc. The Summative Assessments will be in the from of the traditional written examination at the end of each term. Thus there will be four Formative Assessments (FA FA FA FA ) and two Summative Assessments (SA SA ) in an academic year. Students will ne awarded only grades and not marks at the end. Active and regular participation of the students in the various activities of the school is essential to secure a higher grade.

To dispel the fear of being discriminated and any sense of unfairness in the evaluation of a student, each assessment will be done by ateam of teachers and not individual teachers.

All the assessments for classes I - VIII will be internal and at the school level. Though the Summative Assessments for class IX and X will be based on the question papers supplied by CBSE, the Formative Assessments for them will be purely internal. The existing pattern will continue for classes XI and XII.

Promotion of a student at the end of the year depends on the all round development of the child, his / her steady progress throughout the year, and his / her ability to cope with the work in the higher class.The grading systems for the various classes are as given below.