KV – Academic

KV – Academic

KV – Academics

ACADEMIC CALENDAR 2018:

ACADEMICS

SCHEDULES

Classes starts from 19th January
First Unit test 6th April onwards
Half yearly examination Month of July
Second unit test 24th September
Annual examination (Class Nursery-VIII) 5th December onwards
Annual examination (Class IX) As scheduled by SEBA
Pre-final assessment test (Class X) As scheduled by SEBA
FESTIVITIES AND HOLIDAYS 2018:

FESTIVITIES & HOLIDAYS

SCHEDULES

School establishment day 10th January
Krishnaguru EknamAkhandaKirtan 24th – 31st January
School Sports Week 10th March
BohagBihu 13th – 17th April
Krishnaguru AbirbhabMahotsav 22nd May
Summer holidays During the month of July
Shiksha Guru sewa divas 5th September
Adi Guru sewa divas 25th October
Krishnaguru Sewashram establishment day 23rd November
Note: Schedules may subject to change as per necessity.

SCHOOL DRESS CODE:

(FOR BOYS) From Class Nursery to Class IV
  • Half and Full Pants (Dark Grey Colour)
  • Half and Full Shirts (White Colour)
  • Full Sweater (Dark Grey Colour)
  • Leather Shoe (Black Colour)
  • Socks (White Colour)
  • Kurta-Paijama (White Colour)
From Class V to Class X
  • Full Pants (Dark Grey Colour)
  • Half and Full Shirts (White Colour)
  • Full Sweater (Dark Grey Colour)
  • Leather Shoe (Black Colour)
  • Socks (White Colour)
  • Kurta-Paijama (White Colour)
(FOR GIRLS) From Class Nursery to Class IV
  • Skirt with Bip (Dark Grey Colour)
  • Half and Full Shirts (White Colour)
  • Full Sweater (Dark Grey Colour)
  • Leather Palm Shoe (Black Colour)
  • Socks (White Colour)
  • Hair Tying Ribbon (White Colour)
  • Salwar with Dupatta and long Kameez till knee (White Colour)
From Class V to Class X
  • Pant for Salwar (White Colour)
  • Kameez till Knee for Salwar (White Colour)
  • Dupatta / Churni for salwar (White Colour)
  • Leather Palm Shoe (Black Colour)
  • Socks (White Colour)
  • Hair Tying Ribbon (White Colour)
N.B. Belt, Tie and Badge will be provided by the School on payment.

FOR GAMES & SPORTS:

  • Track Suit (Blue Colour)
  • Sports Shoe

FACILITIES

  • Digital classrooms, equipped with full length screen and projector.
  • Computer Laboratory with internet facility equipped with modern high-tech consoles.
  • School Library with adequate curriculum books and other reading materials.
  • School bus facilities for day scholars.
  • In-campus doctor & nurse for medical checkup.
  • 24x7 emergency ambulance service.
  • 24x7 uninterrupted electricity supply.
  • Sports facilities with both Indoor and Outdoor.
  • School Canteen within the campus.
  • Yoga and Meditation by qualified teachers.
  • Fine Arts by experienced teachers.
  • Skill Development by a group of resource persons.
  • Special classes for weak and backward students.
  • Music classes for aspiring students.

RESULTS

Our results in the H.S.L.C. examination conducted by the S.E.B.A. have been both outstanding and consistent throughout. We have always maintained a minimum First Division with letters along with ‘stars’ and ‘distinctions’. And there is a record of 2 (two) position holders in the H.S.L.C. examination conducted by the S.E.B.A.
  • Mr. DhritimanDeka secured 16th position in the HSLC examination in the year 2004.
  • Mr. Rajkashyap Bhuyan secured 17th position in the HSLC examination in the year 2016.

CODE OF CONDUCTS

SCHOOL RULES
  • Students are expected to reach the school before the bell rings for the Assembly.
  • Students should be neatly dressed. The school uniform is to be worn on every working day. Students who are sloppily dressed or not in uniform will be sent back home.
  • Boys should get their hair cut at regular intervals.
  • Students escorted to school must never leave school before their escorts arrive. In case of delay, in the arrival of the escort the student must report to the school office. Those who go home alone should be prompt in returning straight home. Parents who are sending someone else to collect the child should get the pass made from office. This pass is to be essentially sent alongwith the person coming to collect the child.
  • Students are expected to respect the property of others. This includes respect for school property. No students should damage any school furniture, write or draw anything on walls and furniture or in any way damage things belonging to others. Damage done even by accident would be reported at once to the class teachers. Any damage done will be made good by the one who causes it.
  • Students must keep the school campus clean and should use the dustbins.
  • The school is not responsible for goods lost. It is strictly prohibited to bring valuable articles (like expensive watches, Cell Phones, Transistors, Cameras etc.) to school.
  • Students should be polite wherever they go. They should greet their teachers when they meet them.
  • Bullying and use of foul language are punishable offences.
  • School reserves the right to suspend or take strict disciplinary action against a student whose diligence or progress in studies is constantly unsatisfactory or whose conduct is harmful to other students.
  • Parents/guardians are required not to meet their wards or teachers in the classrooms during school hours without the permission of the Principal.
  • Parents/guardians are requested to turn their cellphones to silent mode once they enter the school campus. They are also requested not to consume Pan/Tamul/Gutka etc. inside the school campus.
  • The name of the child will be struck off the roll if the default in monthly fee exceeds two months. The school may at its discretion re-admit the child after payment of dues and admission fee.
  • Day scholars who wish to avail school bus service, have to pay the bus service charge for the entire year.
RECOMMENDATION TO PARENTS/GUARDIANS
  • The school makes every efforts possible for proper growth and development of your ward.
  • It would greatly help your ward if you monitor his/her work regularly so that the student may not become careless towards his studies. You may also write to the teacher if your ward has any problem.
  • Almanac is an important link between parents and the school. It is requested that this should be given your attention daily. Sign the remarks if any and take the action as needed.
  • Parent Teacher meetings are held regularly and they provide an excellent platform for interaction between you and the teachers.
  • See that your ward carries books, exercise books according to the Time table for that day.
  • See that he/she is prepared for the tests, do sign the test answer sheets.
  • Check the haircut, uniform and punctuality of your ward in the morning.
  1. Your ward should be instructed to be careful about his/her belongings. There should be a name tag on their blazers and sweaters. Expensive articles like transistors, calculators etc. should not be brought to school. They are also not allowed to wear jewellery in school. In case of violation of this rule the article will be confiscated. The school bears no responsibility for articles loss in school. In case of a loss a letter giving details of the loss may be sent to the Class Teacher.
  2. If your ward is to leave from school he/she must make up for all the work missed by him.
  3. If your ward is to leave the school campus during school hours the guardian should send an application to office and obtain gate pass. This must be presented to the class teacher at the time of leaving.
  4. If your ward has been absent from school, an application signed by the Guardian is to be submitted.
  5. As far as possible, once a child has come to school, he/she should not be asked to come home on a half days’ leave.
  6. Students would get their Report Cards signed by their parents/guardians within five days of the receipt of the Report Cards and return them to the Class teachers. If lost, a fine will be imposed as per rules.
LATE ARRIVAL IN SCHOOL
  • The school gate will close as soon as the bell rings.
  • All late arrivals if they arrive after the gate has been closed, will be taken in after 20 minutes.
  • Three late arrivals consecutively would lead to the students being sent back home.
WITHDRAWALS
  • One clear calendar month's notice in writing or a month's fees in lieu of such notice must be given before a pupil can be withdrawn.
  • If a child is withdrawn immediately after admission a month's fees and a month's proportionate annual charges are to be paid.
  • Those who leave the school in May, must in all cases, pay the fees for the month of June.
  • Transfer certificate will not be issued until all dues of the school are settled.
  • Students can be asked to leave the school on the following grounds.
  • Indiscipline
  • Unsatisfactory progress in academics.
  • Detention or repeated detentions in a class. As a rule only those students will be retained on the roll of this school who has taken the school leaving examination and are under 18 years of age.
  • In case after admission of resident student, parents wish to withdraw, in such cases the balance imp rest amount will be refunded and after deducting two months boarding fee the balance will be refunded.
  • ABSENCE
  • Students who have been sick should bring a medical certificate from their doctor on joining school. A copy of the certificate is to be submitted in the school.
  • Student, absent without any information to the school, for a month, the name will be struck off the rolls.
  • Students, who require urgent medical attention during school hours may be sent by the teacher to a hospital under information to parents/guardian.
  • No student who has been absent on the previous day will be admitted to the class without a letter from the parent addressed to the Class Teacher, stating the reasons for the absence.
  • Leave for going out of station should be approved by the Principal. In case of emergency, Parents are to report to the Principal. They are not to go to the classes directly.
  • It is compulsory for the students to complete 80% of the attendance in the academic session to make them eligible to sit for final examination. But class IX & X students must have an average of 90% attendance before the examination.
  • The percentage, however, may be relaxed on genuine medical grounds.

SUBJECTS OFFERED

The final H.S.L.C. examination is conducted by the S.E.B.A. and hence the subjects offered are according to the syllabus prescribed by the Board. Extra subjects like Yoga, Fine Arts and Music are also offered.