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1. Students are expected to conduct themselves in a dignified and responsible manner.

2. Students are forbidden bring objectionable literature/material, in the school premises, or to make purchases from hawkers outside the school gates. Any willful damage done to school property/premises, will invite punitive measure.

3. The school is not responsible for the loss of any articles of value in the school premises. Bringing Mobile phones are strictly not allowed. If a student is caught having the possession of mobile phone the same will be taken away and not be returned.

4. Students are accountable to the school authorities for their behaviors both inside and outside the school, particularly when in the school uniform.

5. Students are allowed to enter the school only in school uniform.

6. Students must keep the school and class rooms clean.

7. Every student must bring his/her books , lab-coats , and stationery to school

8. All the school students must reach school by 7.50 A.M. No. student will be allowed to leave school without an authentic leave letter from parent/guardian. No student will be allowed to enter the school gates after 8.05 A.M under any circumstances.

9. Leave must be taken with prior written sanction.

10. No student shall indulge in any of the following:
a. Skipping / bunking classes, or reporting late to class.
b. Non-submission of assignments
c. Disruptive behavior
d. Using abusive language and bullying others.
e. Open defiance and rude behavior.
f. Any from of violence or gangsterism.
g. Casteism or practice of untouchability.
h. Bursting crackers , throwing colour or painting faces in school
i. Excessive spending and flaunting of money in school.
j. Spitting or littering in the school premises.

11. Outside school, the students are expected to behave with dignity. They must not visit clubs, theatres or restaurants in school uniform.

12. The violation of the school rules will be viewed seriously.

13. Student found using unfair means during the examinations will be marked zero in that subject. These students will not be eligible for any academic awards or school appointments.

14. No casual wear is allowed on birthdays. Ordering food from outside, bringing cakes and organizing birthday parties in the class in not allowed.


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1. Avid readers will be awarded an extra library card as an incentive.

2. Each student will be provided with a borrower Card.
(A) Classes IV to VIII – one card.
(B) Classes IX to XII – Two Cards.

3. A book will be issued for 14 days. No new book will be issued till the previous one is returned.

4. If a book is not returned within the stipulated time, a fine of Rs. 10/- per day will be imposed till the book is returned.

5. Loss of a book is to be intimated in writing to the Librarian, It should either be replaced by the student or a fine equal to the cost of the book will be levied, by the school.

6. A duplicate Library Card may be issued to a student by the Librarian, if informed in writing of the loss of the original card. A charge of Rs. 5/- per card will be made.

7. Students are not allowed to take their satchels inside the library. Journals, magazines and reference books are to be handled with care. Mutilation or disfiguring of the books/magazines etc. will invite penalty.

8. Complete silence is to be maintained inside and in the vicinity of the library.

9. Each student shall record in his/her diary, the names of the books he/she read during the session. These entries will be counter signed by the librarian.


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There is a canteen in the school campus. The students may buy eatables and soft drinks from the canteen only during the break.

The students are expected to:-
1. Stand in a queue to buy foodstuff and litter the canteen area.
2. Not to damage canteen property and pay in cash for items purchased.
3. Behave decently and not to snatch food from the juniors.


In case of any misconduct the student will be debarred from the canteen facility.


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It is compulsory for every student to possess a diary.
The student's particulars on the first page must be duly filled and signed by the parents.
Each student is required to note down the day to day home assignments in it.
Parents are requested to see the remarks given in the diary, especially those given after tests and sign them.
Parents are requested to personally contact class or subject teachers after obtaining a prior appointment, or on the Saturday meant for parent-teacher interaction as per calendar given later, in case their ward is not making the desired progress.
 
1. 75 % attendance is required and no relaxation of any kind will be granted to the student who fails to fulfill the school as well as the CBSE requirement.

2. The student’s name will be struck off the rolls on account of continued, unexplained absence for six consecutive days.

3. Medical fitness certificate is necessary in case of illness for more than five days. Even a day’s absence during the examination on medical grounds is required to be supported by a medical certificate from s Registered Medical Practitioner.

4. Absence from the school for social function should be discouraged. There is no provision for short/half days leave.

5. A student suffering from any infectious disease can rejoin the school only after the completion of the quarantine period, certified by a registered Medical practitioner.
A) Chickenpox : until scab falls completely or three weeks.
B) Cholera : Complete recovery
C) Measles : Two weeks after the rashes
D) Mumps : Till the swelling subsides
E) Whooping cough : Six weeks
F) Viral Fever : Two weeks
G) Typhoid : Twenty one days
H) Conductivities : Complete recovery


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1. Fees may be deposited only at Canara Bank at Vasundhara Enclave , Delhi-110096

2. (A) Fees deposit time in school is from 9.00 AM to 1 PM (Monday to Friday) and 9AM-11.00 AM on (Saturdays)
(B) Fees may be deposited in the school Account office from 1st to 10th of the first month of each quarter.

3. Payment should be made by account payee cheque /draft payable to Salwan Public School, Mayur Vihar, PH-III Delhi-110096, Tuition fee, admission fee and other charges and funds are subject to revision and will be charges as directed by the school management from time to time.

4. Last date for deposit of school dues is latest by 15th of the first month i.e. April, July, October & January. Thereafter school fees will be accepted only with a late of Rs.50 per day.

5. The name of student shall be struck off the school rolls automatically if not paid quarterly according to rule 167 of the Delhi School Education act and Rules 1973.

6. If all dues are not cleared by the end of the session, the student’s result will be withheld.

7. One counterfoil of the fee slip is to be handed over to the class teacher.

8. Transport charges are payable along with school fee.

9. Parents/Guardians should make correct entries on all four counterfoils of the booklet presenting the same to the bank.

10. Parents can also deposit the fees the whole them, if they find it more convenient.

11. In case of a holiday on the past payment date, if fees may be paid on the next working day without a late fee fine.

12. Duplicate fee booklet will be issued on payment of Rs. 50/- from the school office.

13. Kindly Deposit MICR (Magnetic lnk character Recognition) instrument only.

14. At the time of withdrawal of your ward only the security Deposit will be refunded.

15. Kindly furnish details of your latest contact number and residential address.

16. Seven days notice and No due Clearance Certificate is required for obtaining the School Leaving Certificate.

17. If the security amount is not claimed within three months of the student’s leaving the school. The same will be forfeited.


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1. All students must come to school in proper uniform.

2. Girls are not allowed to wear jewellery , use cosmetics ,nail polish or ‘mehandi’ ,boys too ,are not allowed to wear jewellery or experience uptakes.

3. Boys, other than Sikhs, must keep very short hair.

4. Junior girls must wear knee-length skirts. Girls of classes VI upwards must wear salwar kameez, with the length of the kameez below the knees.

5. School uniform should be neat and tidy and not shabby or torn. Wearing house uniform on Friday is a must for the students of class I-X. Wear low waist trousers or altered are strictly not allowed. In such cases the student will be sent back home.

BOYS (JUNIOR) - SUMMER
Sky blue half sleeves shirt with school insignia on the pocket and left sleeve (100% cotton)
Beige shorts with school insignia on the pocket and school logo batch
Sky blue patka for Sikh boys
Black gola shoes (with Velcro for Std. I)
Black gola shoes (with laces for II-V)
Beige cotton socks with blue stripes
Light blue school cap with school insignia
Bluish grey and beige school belt with school insignia on the buckle.
BOYS (SENIOR) - SUMMER
Sky blue half sleeves shirt with school insignia on the pocket and left sleeve (100% cotton)
Beige trousers not more than 20” and less than 18”wide at the ankle with school insignia on the  pocket and school logo batch
Sky blue patka for Sikh boys
Black gola shoes (with laces)
Beige cotton socks with blue stripes
Light blue school cap with school insignia
Bluish grey and beige school belt with school insignia on the buckle.
GIRLS (JUNIOR) - SUMMER
Sky blue shirt with pleats (not more than 2” above knee)
Sky blue hair band or ribbon
Black gola shoes (with Velcro for Std. I)
Black gola shoes (with laces for II-V)
Beige cotton socks with blue stripes
Light blue school cap with school insignia
GIRLS (SENIOR) - SUMMER
Sky blue kameez with attached jacket (100% cotton) with the school insignia on the left sleeve
Beige Salwar
Black gola shoes (with laces)
Sky blue hair band or ribbon
Beige cotton socks with blue stripes
Light blue school cap with school insignia

BOYS - WINTER
Light blue shirt with full sleeves and school insignia on the pocket
Beige trousers with school insignia on the pocket and school logo
Greyish blue pullover with stripes
Greyish Blue Blazer with school insignia
Black gola shoes
Beige woolen socks with blue stripes
Sky blue school cap with school insignia
Beige Tie
GIRLS - WINTER
Sky blue kameez with attached jacket (100% cotton) with the school insignia on the left sleeve
Beige Salwar
Greyish blue pullover with stripes
Greyish Blue Blazer with school insignia
Black gola shoes
Beige woolen socks with blue stripes
Sky blue school cap with school insignia
Sky blue hair band or ribbon

SPORTS DRESS( EVERY MONDAY AND FRIDAY)
Boys:  House T-Shirt, white shorts (Junior), white trousers (Senior), white socks and white gola shoes
Girls: House T-Shirt, white skirt, white socks and white gola shoes
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School Units plays key role in the scheme of education environ ed. The following are the major objective that we should strive achieve through the house system.
To provide a smooth transition from home life to school life for all students.
To create and use social situation so that children’s social and emotional needs are fulfilled.
To enable students is integrate them selves well in the corporate life of school.
To enable students to prepare themselves for playing different role as member of a group, community or society.
To inculcate the sense of responsibility to take one’s tasks and duties in life earnestly and discharge them to the best of one’s abilities.
To help every student developed him/her personality and integrity.
To develop the spirit of healthy competition among students.
To inculcated the qualities of self dignity self confidence and respect for others views and opinions and discretion to take decision on issues and problems faced by them.
To develop a sense of belonging among students and to create desire to live in harmony.
To benefit from right example set by others and to set similar example for others.
To inculcate among students respect for seniors, elders, teachers and a caring attitude towards juniors and fraternity towards all.
To learn live work endure and enjoy together and develop a degree of sensitivity for theirs feelings and needs.
To inculcate among students personal social and national values.
The four houses are as follows –

           INNOVATORS- RED
           MOTIVATORS- YELLOW
            CHALLENGERS- GREEN
            TRENDSETTER - BLUE
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