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Leave of Absence
  • Pupils should not absent themselves without a sanctioned leave.
  • In case a pupil is absent for three or more days continuously the Principal must be informed immediately in writing. If the absence of a pupil continues beyond 7 days, the Principal must be informed personally by the parents or guardians of the pupil, stating therein the reason of absence. If the absence is due to illness, a doctor's certificate must also be produced by the pupil, on returning to school. The school accepts no responsibility if, through failure in producing such a certificate, the pupil is sent home during school hours. The name of those pupils absent without notice, or who, for unexplained reasons, remain absent from the school for more than 7 days will be struck off from the School Register, and may not be easily re-admitted.
  • No pupil who was previously absent from the school or is late for the morning or the afternoon session will be admitted to the class without the Principal's permission.
  • Absence from school during test/examination will never be condoned except in case of illness - provided intimated the same day and will adversely affect the student's grade in the test/examination. Neither re-test nor re-examination will be conducted. No average will be given.
  • A student returning to school after suffering from an infectious or contagious illness, should produce a doctor's certificate permitting him/her to join class, subject to conditions laid down below. Students suffering from the following must observe the prescribed period of quarantine before returning to class.
  • CHICKEN POX : 6 days after the disappearance of the first crop of vesicles.
  • MEASLES : 7 days from rash
  • MUMPS : Until swelling of salivary gland has subsided which may take
    9 days from the appearance of symptoms.
  • Students suffering from contagious illness will not be allowed in the school even on the examination days.

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