Mount Carmel Convent School is an English Medium School founded at Master Colony, Samudrapur on 25th June 2004 by the sisters of the Congregation of Mother of Carmel (C.M.C). It is the first Indigenous Religious Congregation, which took birth in Kerala in the year 1866. From the beginning, Education has been her chosen field of apostolate. Education, it is not just a Profession but also a Sacred call. Our aim in the pursuit of academic and professional excellence is the total formation of the human person as much for her/his own enrichment for the service of the Society and the Nation in the spirit of Christ. Our Founding Father Bl.Kuriakose Elias Chavara- the great educationist, intended us to form our students for a life of righteousness and love in truth and justice. We leap to this goal through the Motto “Lead us Wisdom”…..
Mother Mary – The Mother of Christ, is the Patroness of our institution. We offer all who come to our
Institution – students, parents/guardians, well wishers and benefactors to God our Loving Father through Mother Mary, that the Eternal Wisdom may lead every one to Peace, Love and Joy.
Examination And Promotion
Term Exams and unit tests are held during the year and reports are issued for same. The pupil may not sit for the examination unless the fees have been paid up to date. There will be no re-examination at any time In the year for any reason. Promotions are granted on the average of year’s marks will be taken into consideration. The Principal’s Decision in the matter of promotion is final. Parents should interview the Principal whenever the monthly report is unfavourable ,not after the final examination. Promotions refused will not be considered.
No advance Registration is made till three months prior to the prospective year of admission. No candidate will be admitted without an interview test. A Leaving Certificate from the previous school must be produced at the time of admission.
School fees are payable at the school office during the office hours except on holidays. Fees will be collected in two terms i.e. in the month of June and December. A late fee of Rs. 5/- will be charged for all late payments of fees. Parents kindly keep the receipts issued to them and produce them in proof if needed. For convenience sake, if the parents wish to pay for the whole year together may do so.
Rules Of Discipline
- Children should be habitually clean and always neatly dressed. The School uniform is to be worn on all class days and School functions. Children who are not in school uniform will not be allowed to sit in the class.
- All the students must be on their seats before the teacher enters the class.
- Students are not allowed to bring to school, books, magazines or comics (other than textbooks or library books) without the permission of the Principal.
- Students should take care of the school property. They should not write or scratch on desks, chairs, walls or doors of the school, nor should they damage property belonging to others. The offender must remedy any damage done to the School property.
- The school is not responsible for goods or money lost. Money should not be lent or borrowed or article exchanged.
- Students should behave in a polite manner at all times and places. They should always remember that the school is judged by their conduct. They should greet their teachers when they meet them.
- The school reserves the right to dismiss those, whose progress in studies is steadily unsatisfactory or whose conduct is harmful to others, or whose guardians show little interest in the progress of their wards. Immorality, grave insubordination, contempt of authority or willful damage to the school property is always a sufficient reason for immediate dismissal.
- Students should get their progress report cards signed by the parents/guardians and return them to the school within five days of the receipt.
- Only English should be spoken within the school premises.
- No students are allowed to leave the school premises without the permission of the Principal
Absence And Withdrawals
No leave of absence is granted except on previous written application from the parents/guardians and that too for serious reasons, which should be mentioned. The Headmistress should be informed earliest, if due to illness a student is likely to be absent for more than a week. Repeated absence for more than ten con- sectutive days renders the students liable to have his/her name struck off the rolls. Re-admission if granted will be done on payment of a fresh admission fee. Application for a leaving certificate shall be made in writing by the parents/guardians. All dues to the school shall be settled before issuing Leaving Certificate.
On all school days and at school functions every pupil should be modestly dressed in the school uniform Which should be carefully arranged in the prescribed shade and pattern. Parents are expected to ensure that their children are neat and tidy before leaving for school.
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