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Information to Parents

We are delighted to announce the beginning of yet another new 26th academic session of DAV Sushil Kedia Vishwa Bharati. The objective of this guideline is to estab­lish a clear channel of communication among parents, teachers and students. With a view to provide necessary information about the academic programme of the session mentioned above and to make the parents aware of our expectations and other changes in the school, all the parents are requested to read the guidelines carefully and sign in the given attachment.

1. Academic Programme:

Parents are requested to go through the prescribed curriculum so that the confusion of their wards can be minimized and then strengths and weak­nesses can be identified. Parents are also requested to help the stu­dents to develop their strategy to proceed with the course. The entire programme will be guided by the school's year planner 2018-19 We have a total of more than 210 working days in this academic year. Yearly two semesters will be conducted. Passing marks is 50% in each subject in each and every exam.

2. Subject Areas:

DAVSKVB offers a wide range of subjects at different levels from grade-I onwards. In the Beginners' class, the school focuses on stu­dents' physical and mental development helping them to be familiar with school environment and formal school practice. Here, parents are requested to help their kids develop life skills.

a) Kindergarten
Curricular Subject Co-curricular Subject
  • Language-English Physical Education
  • Nepali/Hindi Art and Craft, Music, Dance
  • Mathematics Growth and Personality Development
  • Environment
  • Our focus is not on formal teaching of the above mentioned curriculum but on learning-by-doing method. Different indoor / outdoor activities will be linked to the curricu­lum. The curriculum aims at developing children’s social, emotion­al and physical skills.
  • At this level, the school provides the following subjects:
  • English Games and Sports
  • Nepali/Hindi Music
  • Mathematics Dance
  • Science Library
  • Social Studies Art and Craft
  • Computer Pottery
  • General knowledge
  • Handwriting/Abacus

Here, all core subjects are same, except, Pariyatti Education, Vocational Education, Sanskrit ,French, German and Chinese are as in the primary. Martial Arts and Yoga are co-curricular subjects. Parents are suggested to communicate with class teachers about the interests of their wards (if any) for partici­pating in any co-curricular activities.

Compulsory Subjects Optional Subjects
  • English Optional Maths
  • Nepali Accounts
  • Compulsory Maths Optional English
  • Science Computer
  • H.E.P.
  • Social Studies
  • English Mathematics
  • Hindi/Nepali/Sanskrit Science/Social Science
  • Information Technology Environment Education
  • Compulsory Subjects English
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Optional Subjects Biology
  • Mathematics
  • Computer Science
  • Physical Education
  • Home Science
  • Compulsory Subjects English
  • Accounts
  • Business Studies
  • Economics
  • Optional Subjects Mathematics
  • Computer Science
  • Physical Education
  • Home Science
3. Reporting and Dispersal:

The reporting time for students of Grade V–XII is 7:30 am. The walking students are to be dropped at the school by the parents by 7:30 am and to be picked up from school after 2:15 pm. The parents are suggested not to pick up students from the school except for very serious reasons during school hours. The students of Kindergarten and Primary section are brought back to school if not collected by parents/ guardians. In such case, parents are suggested to collect their wards not later than 4:00 pm from the school.

Timing for Primary Wing (Classes Nursery-IV) is 9:00 am to 3:30 pm.
4. Bus Route and Timing:

The school provides transportation facilities on 76 different routes as detailed in the attach­ment. The parents are suggested to choose the nearest/ convenient bus stop and should reach at the stop five minutes earlier than the given time. The bus facility reserved at the beginning of the session cannot be discontinued in the mid-session unless it is not a transfer or withdrawal but the bus stops can be changed with prior information to the Transportation In-charge. Transportation charges are scaled according to the distance travelled for 11 months. For bus timings at different stops, please refer to bus timing circular. Students should be collected from the respective bus stops by parents/guardians. All the students must obtain the bus-pass from the Transportation Incharge.

5. Infrastructure Facility:

DAVSKVB provides modern infrastructure with spacious classrooms, play ground, indoor games facilities, drinking water, computer and science laboratories and library. Parents are requested not to send any tools i.e. balls, bats, lab equipment, electrical appliances, chemicals or any objectionable accessories without prior information to the Class teacher.

6. Lunch Rules:

Parents are requested to send sufficient cooked vegetarian meal and fruits. Dry and junk foods are strictly forbidden.

7. Immediate Medical Aid:

DAVSKVB provides immediate medical aid in need. In cases of serious injury and need of further medical aid parents are immediately informed and also the injured may be admitted to the nearest Alka Hospital or Patan Hospital at the discretion of the school authorities. Parents will be required to pay for the cost of such emergency services provided by the school. PARENTS ARE REQUESTED TO FILL THE EMERGENCY CONTACT PHONE NUMBER IN THE STUDENTS DIARY.

8. Field Trips:

During the academic year, field trips are planned to maximize the learning in all areas. Optional field trips are organized during long vacations in association with our official travel agent. Students from class VIII onwards are encouraged to participate in such tours.

9. Books and Dress:

The students are required to get a complete set of books and stationery items as given in the class book list. All stationery items and uniform will be available at the school. Parents are requested to check the books prop­erly and insufficiency, if any, should be informed to the class teacher in written at the earliest

10. Student's Diary:

Student's diary is an immediate tool of the teachers to intimate the academics of the child to the parents .The students diary should be duly filled by parents with all necessary information. Through the diary, all the home works and other pieces of INFORMATION are passed to the parents. Parents are requested to check diary regularly as this connects the parents with the school

11. Year Planner:

The YEAR PLANNER shows the annual schedule of different curricular and co-curricular activities. Parents are advised to check their wards' preparation for the same. During sudden bandhs, parents are suggest­ed to keep in touch with the school directly for any information. Also the immediate notices can be checked in our mobile apps- DAV Nepal and website- or Facebook page

12. Birthday Celebration:

Birthday celebration during the class hours is not encouraged. Students are to be sent in regular school uniform. (Except Kindergarten and Primary)

13. Payment of fees:

No cash payment will be entertained. Fee payments are to be made at the concerned bank, notified at the time of admission.

14. Scholarship:

The school provides full or partial scholarship for the deserving students, who have extraordinary academics, fair disciplinary record and a genuine financial problem. The facility can be availed by forwarding an applica­tion to the Principal. The availability of resources and means will govern the rules of such scholarship.

15. Absentees:

Regular attendance is emphasized. In case a child is absent from the school without written information to the school authority for a period exceeding one month, he/she will be considered withdrawn from the school. Re-admission has to be sought. In case of absence due to illness, a verbal information followed by written appli­cation is to be submitted to the school authority about the illness and should be supplemented with medical certificate.

16. List of Accessories:

A student should possess the following accessories at the beginning of the session:

  1. Prescribed set of text books and stationery items
  2. Full set of school uniform (as mentioned in the prospectus)
17. Valuables:

Bringing valuables to the school is NOT allowed. Parents are advised NOT to allow children to wear valuable ornaments in school. The school will not be responsible for any loss, if it is confiscated or lost.

18. Rules for Parents' Visit:
  1. Visiting children and requesting to take them home during school hours is NOT allowed except for medical reason.
  2. Classrooms during school hours on working days are out of bound area for parents.
  3. For security reasons, visiting parents will be required to register at the main entrance and wear an identity card to enter the premises.
  4. Prior appointments should be made with the Principal to meet any teacher, during or after school for specific problems.
19. Dress code, Hairstyle and Personal Hygiene :

In a clean and healthy body lives a healthy mind. Personal cleanliness is very important, The prescribed code of uniform should be worn and it should be clean and well ironed. Boy's hair should be kept short. Girl's long hair should be neatly plaited.

20. Homework Policy:

Learning should be fun and not stressful. So, homework is an extension of the enriched curriculum which reinforces strong study habits and organizational skills. We do not overburden the students with home assignments. The Class Teacher regulates the number of assignments given in every subject. Assignments are also tailored for those who are highly motivated to achieve a level of knowledge beyond subject requirement and can take on additional projects.

21. Physical problems of children:

If a child suffers from certain physical disability or illness, a med­ical certificate can exempt the child from taking part in strenuous activi­ties. The medical certificate of the child should be presented to the class teacher and he/she should be kept abridge of any physical con­dition of the child.

22. Library rules:
  1. All the students of the school are members of the school library.
  2. Students can only attend the library during library period and their free periods.
  3. One book can be borrowed at a time. But there are relaxations in the case of board-bound students.
  4. Books should be duly returned within due date.
  5. In case of loss or damage of the book, heavy fine will be levied.
  6. Recall of books may be made anytime in case of emergency.
  7. Journals, Periodicals and Reference books are to be read in the library, they are not for home issue.
  8. Before withdrawing any student, 'Library Clearance Certificate' is to be obtained from the Librarian.
23. Students Involvement in Co-curricular Activities:

Students are highly encouraged to take part in all the activities in the school. However, if students are engaged in certain co curricular activities which require them to come to school on holidays or they have to remain at the school after school hours, transportation in such cases may not be provided by the school.

24. Games and Sports:

The school provides excellent sports facility, which includes Basketball, Volleyball, Throw-ball, Football, Cricket, Badminton, Table Tennis etc. There is an Indoor Sports Hall too. Parents are requested to make nec­essary arrangements of transportation in case of after school practice hours of students.

25. Private Tuition Policy:

Taking private tuition from any teacher of the school is strictly prohibit­ed and students are certainly discouraged from approaching teachers for tuition. Violation of the rule will lead to serious action by the school authority. In case of any need of additional assistance in academics, parents are requested to send a written application to the Principal so that extra classes can be arranged after school.

26. Telephonic Enquiries and Meetings:

Parents are requested not try to communicate the teacher during class hours as it hampers the class. However, you can leave a message at the reception and the teacher will call you back. The parents of the Kindergarten section and the primary section can meet their wards’ respective teachers on Sunday with prior information

27. Weekly time table:

Parents are requested to make sure that their ward carries the right number of books and copies as per the weekly time table which has to be written properly in the Students Diary. Also please check that they don't bring any unnecessary belongings to school. If found it'll be seized: Confiscated belonging will not be returned.

28. Parents' Phone-call:

School-Family Partnership Plays a vital role to design the programs and activities in school for quality education. In this regard, the school has incorporated Monthly Parents' Phone-Call schedule in its calendar. The class teachers communicate feedback and feed forward to the parents and guardians through the well-shared phone numbers on regular basis.

29. CCTV Surveillance:

School’s soundness and dignity always ask for school stakeholders' safety and security. Group-IV Security Personnel as well as CCTV Cameras have been deployed and installed respectively in different places within and outside School Premises to supervise and monitor the activities and movement of the students and other visitors.

30. Yoga:

School always makes a note of its stakeholders' health and wellness. The School has Yoga Department in function to teach and aware its students, teachers and staff for being hale and hearty. The school has incorporated Yoga Subjects in its curriculum from Class V to Class IX.

31. Lunch Facility:

School has opened its Canteen for the students from grade Nursery to XII under its Mid-day Meal Program. The School is very committed to facilitate the students with healthy and hygienic vegetarian food at reasonable price.

32. Hostel Facility:

DAVSKVB feels proud to launch its hostel with all modern facilities to cater the exigencies of the parents and guardians, who for the very long time have been expecting the same from the School Management and Administration.

Thanking You.