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BANK : CANARA BANK (JSR. Loyola School)
IFSC CODE : CNRB0002713

Trustees

  

Dr. R.N.Sharma
 (Chairman)

  

Mr. Prem Sehgal
Treasurer

 

Mr. Prem Sagar

 

 

Mr. Vijay Kr. Mehta

 

 

Mr. K.K. Mangal

 

 

Mr. Gian Taneja

 

 

Mr. Rajender Sachdev
Secretary

Mr. Yogesh Malhotra

Mr. Devender Chatrath

Mr. Rajeev Talwar

School Anthem

 

We'll never stop, Pointers one and all

We have work at hand, and that is our call

We will never turn away from those in need

We'll help everyone, that is our creed.

We are the Pointers, ready to grow

We are the Pointers, with Courage to Know

we are the pointers, challenges we'll face

We'll make the mark in the human race.

 

 

Dispersal Prayer

 

Our Father, who art in heaven,

hallowed be thy name;

thy kingdom come;

thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven

Give us today our daily bread;

and forgive us our trespasses

as we forgive those who trespass against us,

and lead us not into temptation

but deliver us from evil.

 

Prayer

 

I call upon you, O Lord.

In the morning you hear me;

In the morning I offer you my prayer

watching and waiting.

 

I lift my heart to you, O Lord,

to be strengthened for this day

Be with me in all I do, my God;

guide me in all my ways.

 

I will carry some burdens today

some trails will be mine.

So I wait for your help, Lord,

lest I stumble and fall.

 

I will do my work, Father,

the work begun by your Son.

He lives in me and I in him;

may his work today be done.

Syllabus

  • Saturday, 07 November 2015

OUR VISION

OUR VISION

     To prepare the students through academic excellence and  leadership  skills to create well informed  productive and responsible    

     citizens for future.

 

 

MISSION

  • To impart education to students belonging to different strata of society irrespective of caste, gender, colour or creed
  • To build a strong and unflinching character and empowering them with knowledge.
  • To build a strong and unflinching character and empowering them with knowledge.
  • To develop social, moral, aesthetic and ethical values amongst our students.
  • To equip and develop essential skills so that they sail confidently with greet, determination and resilience amidst the turbulent currents of change and stormy waves of life’s complexities and challenges.

Quality Policy

We are committed to provide quality teaching, learning and all round development opportunity to our students to realize their full potential and putting their best in every sphere of activities.

We shall also strive to maximize satisfaction of our students, parents and stakeholders through continual improvement in our processes, system and performance.

 

 

Dr. R. N. Sharma

(Chairman)

Examination Schedule

Examination Schedule

 

13th July 2015                     1st Terminal Examination

5th October 2015               2nd Terminal Examination

8th Feb 2016                        Final Examination

 

Academic Calendar

Calendar for the session 2015-16

 

March

16th March 2015 (Monday) start new session

April

3rd April (Friday) Good Friday

 

14th April (Tuesday) Ambedkar Jayanti

May

8th May Friday (Last working day before summer vacation

 

11th May (Monday) – Summer Vacation Start

June

15th June (Monday) School re-open after Summer Vacation

July

18th July (Saturday) Id-Ul-Fitri

August

15th August (Saturday) Independence Day (Celebration in school)

 

29th August(Saturday)- Raksha Bandhan

September

5th September (Saturday) Teacher’s Day & Janasthami

 

17th September (Thursday) Ganesh Chaturthi & Viswakarma puja

 

25th September – Friday- Id ul - joha

October

2nd October (Friday) Gandhi Jayanti

 

19th Oct (Monday) Puja Vacation starts

 

28th Oct (Wed) School reopen after Puja Vacation

November

11th Nov. & 12th Nov. (Wed & thur) Diwali

 

14th Nov (Saturday) Children’s Day

 

17th Nov.& 18th Nov (Tuesday & Wednesday) Chhath

 

25th Nov. (Wednesday) – GuruNanak Jayanti

December

19th Dec. (Saturday) Last working day before Winter Vacation

January

4th January (Monday) re-open school after vacation

 

14th January (Friday) Makar Sankranti

 

26th January (Tuesday) Republic Day (Celebration in school)

February

12th Feb (Friday) Basant Panchami

March

7th March (Monday) Maha Shivratri

 

23rd & 24th March (Wed & Thur) Holi

14th

New Academic Session starts

25th

Good Friday

   

Fee

FEE REGULATIONS

 

       1 Fees in cash only will be accepted In the bank from 1st to 15th of every month without fine between 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

  1. If the Last day for payment of fees happens to be a holiday, fees should be paid on the next day itself between 16th to 30/31th of the same month fee to be accepted with Rs. 20/- Late fine.
  1. After 60 days on non-payment of fees-Name of the student will be struck off the rolls and fees to be accepted with full admission charge of Rs. 800/-
  1. Advance payment of fees will be accepted.
  2. TC. fee of Rs.100/- with the application of withdrawal, of your ward from the school is required.
  3. Students whose fees are in arrears will not be allowed to appear for next exams.
    1. Fees book must be kept with parents or guardians.
    2. One fee book can be issued to one student only. In case of loss of fee book new book may be issued on, double payment.
  1. .
    1. Fees for the month of May and June should be paid in the month of May only.
    2. Fees for the due months of February and March is collected before the Final Examinations.
    3. In any case fees will not be collected in the school office.
  2. All the dues for the Board classes X and XII should be settled in January.

 

 

HOUSE SYSTEM

 

House system has been introduced to foster a sense of team spirit and leadership among the students. General co-curricular activities are organized on the basis of the House system.

The four houses into which the students are divided are AMITY UNITY, SOLIDARITY, FRATERNITY

Each house has its own House Moderator, Captain, Vice Captain and Prefects who are responsible for their own House activities and discipline.

 

LIBRARY

The school has provided the students with a well equipped library.

  1. Only one fiction, or biography or reference book may be taken at a time. Books on fiction and biographies may be kept for a week but reference books are to be returned after 3 days.
  1. Books like encyclopedia, dictionaries, general knowledge books, etc, are to be used in the library only. In case of necessity, these can be borrowed out of the library for a period or a day but not out of the school (Magazines, periodicals and newspapers are on no condition to be taken out of the library).
  2. A fine. of Rs. 1:00 per day will be charged on each book which is not returned on due date. No book will be Issued to any student incurring such a fine until it has been paid.
  3. Each borrower is held responsible for damages of books. So in every case the borrower has to replace the book.
  4. No books may be taken out of the library without the permission of the librarian.

 

 

PARENTAL CO-OPERATION

 

In order to attain high standard, the School intends to maintain some norms in which the maximum co-operation of the parents in imperative. The best of school training is seriously handicapped unless the home plays it role.

  1. Parents are earnestly requested to perusal their child's prospectus and sign the notice and see homework assignment in it. They should see that the child does the homework regularly.
  2. Punctuality and regularity are very important for the development of the child. Parents should therefore send their children to school every day in time, neatly dressed & with books according to the Time-Table.
  3. No half day or temporary leave is allowed. Parents are requested not to approach for half day leave.
  4. Parents and Guardians wishing to meet the teachers will do so before and after class and at interval or with special permission of the Principal and with an appointment.
  5. Complaints and suggestions should be brought directly to the Principal, through the suggestion box or Feedback form.
  6. Parents should not send the child to school if he/she is sick.
  7. Parents are informed that occasional reports and recommendations from teachers are made in the contact report. They are requested to sign them as a proof that they have read them.
  8. Parents are requested to attend regularly the Parent Teacher Meetings.
  9. Mobile Phones are not allowed inside the school Premises
  10. Students without proper vehicle pass, driving license and helmet are not allowed to park their vehicle in the parking area.

PRIVATE TUITIONS ARE STRONGLY DISCOURAGED. IN NO CASE WILL A TEACHER BE ALLOWED TO TUTOR HIS/HER OWN STUDENTS OR ANY OTHER STUDENT IN the SAME SECTION IN WHICH THE TEACHER IS ASSIGNED TO TEACH.

 

 

Uniform and appearance

 

All students must wear the prescribed uniform in the school and when representing it outside. The boys should cut their hair regularly so that it never falls below the collar of their shirt, Girls with short hair must comb neatly and must use black hair pins. Girls with long hair must plaint it neatly, Girls cannot, use any fancy clips or hair bands, Any student found with unnatural dyes, will be asked to clean shave his or her head. Their appearance should be neat, clean and pleasant.

 

Nursery to U. KG.

 

Boys      -              Red Half Shirt with Blue & Red Cheek Half Paint

Girls       -              Red Half Shirt with Blue & Red Cheek tunic

 

STD I to X

 

Boys      -              Half Shirt with white & blue strips, Blue full Trousers

Girls       -              Half blue strips shirt, Blue skirt.

 

STD XI & XII

 

Boys      -              Half Shirt with white & blue strips, Blue full Trousers

Girls       -              Half blue strips shirt, Blue skirt.

 

Sports Uniform

 

STD II to XII - T-Shirt according to house and white trousers

 

STD III to XII -T-Shirt according to house and white skirt with tights

 

Winter :-           Students must wear only prescribed sweaters (Boys) and (Girls) parents should not send their children

without woolen sweater for STD XI & XII Navy blue blazer with school monogram. All students must wear proper and clean under garments

 

 

 

About Us

 

About the School

 

Dayanand Public School was established in the year 1989 and is managed by a unit of Jamshedpur Arya Samaj Trust. The school was set up with a vision to impart education to students irrespective of religion, caste, social status, creed or place of origin. It aims at giving to the world well balanced, healthy and strong citizens with a command.

 

Dayanand Public School utilizes technology to improve the Interaction and working between the entire community of Educational Institutions.

 

The school prepares students for secondary education under the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations. The curriculum stresses on skill formation in the primary classes, laying the foundation in the middle school and knowledge in the high school level. The curriculum includes English, Hindi, Sanskrit, Mathematics, History & Civics, Geography, Economics Applications, Commercial Studies, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Computer Applications.

 

Value education for the moral spiritual and social development is imparted in all classes. Physical education is imparted through drills, March Past, regular exercise and tournaments of various games. Sports like Basketball, Volleyball, Athletics etc are regularly practiced.

 

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