Application for admission should be made in the prescribed form available at the school office. Pupils will be tested for admission according to the norms of CBSE course. Selected pupils should come for admission with their parent/guardian. An official Birth Certificate for admission to class I or Transfer Certificate for Admission to higher classes will have to be submitted. The minimum age rule prescribed in the Kerala Education Rules is applicable for admission. The first installment of fees is to be paid at the time of admission. The parent/Guardian will be responsible for the pupil’s prompt payment of fees, regular attendance, good conduct etc.

When a pupil wants to leave the school, the parent/guardian should make a request in the prescribed form for a Transfer Certificate. The Certificate will be issued only after all dues in respect of the pupil have been cleared.

The pupil is liable to be dismissed from the school for reasons of gross-misconduct, disobedience, irregular attendance, habitual idleness, malpractice in the examinations etc.

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Code of Conduct

Code of conduct is an integral part of the educational process. Discipline, a part of code of conduct, is essential for progress in any field. For the welfare of the pupils and the smooth functioning of the school, the pupils will have to observe the code of conduct..All students will maintain a high sense of discipline in the school and must strictly follow the rules of the school. Irregular attendance, habitual idleness, objectionable moral behaviour, disobedience and any unseemly conduct or breach of school discipline will justify dismissal. All pupils are responsible to the school authorities for their conduct both inside and outside the school.

  • Pupils should be punctual in attending their classes, studies and in all other related activities.
  • All pupils should be present in their classes for marking attendance before morning assembly at 9.10 am
  • Pupils should not run, play or shout inside the class. Keep silence while passing along the corridors
  • Pupils should keep the class rooms and premises clean. They should not disfigure the walls or make scratches on school materials.
  • Pupils should not bring ornaments, watches, Cell Phones, Cameras, powered two wheelers. The School will not be responsible for any loss incurred as a result of contravention of the rule. They should not possess undesirable books, pictures, periodicals etc.
  • Pupils should be polite and courteous in word and deed. They should greet one another and should also greet and respect their parents, teachers and elders. They should be gentle and considerate to their companions.
  • Pupils themselves are responsible for their own books, pens, pencils, tiffin carriers or any other articles that they may bring to school. The school is not responsible for any misplaced or lost articles.
  • Pupils should learn to cherish sweet memories of their school life with love and gratitude. The school will be judged by the good conduct and good manners of its pupils.
  • Pupils are not allowed to meet the parents or to leave the school premises during the school hours without the permission of the Principal. Children suffering from infectious diseases will not be allowed to attend school.

Who is a GEM of NIES

  • Loved God.
  • Hold parents and teachers in superior reverence next to God.
  • Selects and sticks on to good companions.
  • Measures time and utilizes it in full.
  • Does his/her daily lessons with regularity and sincerity.
  • While at study, concentrates and chases all distractions.
  • Does not loose heart at the sight of difficulties but braves through faith in God and hard work.
  • Cherishes good habits.
  • Participates in all school programmes and actives.
  • Is ever busy like a bee.

P T A

All the Parents and Teachers of the school are members of this association. The main aims of the association are..

  • to make the parents involve themselves actively in the various activities of the school.
  • to bring about better understanding of the children through frequent parent-teachers contacts
  • to acquaint the parents with modern methods of education through lectures, seminars and cultural programmes so that they could cooperate with the teachers in moulding the total personality of the children.
  • meetings will be held periodically. Parents attendance at these meetings is earnestly solicited.

For Students to Practice & Prosper

  • Greet all the teachers whenever and wherever you meet them.
  • Take care of your property while at school and do not leave them as unclaimed.
  • Do not damage school property
  • Plan your work and work your plan
  • Use every minute to your progress and prosperity
  • Strive for the maximum in every thing you do
  • Do you good-turn daily
  • Do not gloat over victory nor groan under a failure.
  • Be proud of your school and let your school be proud of you.

Role of Parents / Guardians

It is well known that education begins at home. In other words, the parent is The first Teacher’ of the child. Hence utmost co-operation between the home and school is essential. Parents are therefore requested to observe the following instructions for the benefit of their wards.

  • Parents are expected to co-operate in the school’s work by enforcing regularly, punctuality and discipline and by taking daily interest in their children’s progress. They should check daily the Hand Book for remarks and note the home works given. Parents should see that their children study or do their home work regularly. It is advisable that your child studies at least three hours on working days or more on holidays.
  • Provide the wards with school uniforms, bags, text books, pen, note books, pencils etc in time. Also instruct them to bring books etc to school as per time table only.
  • Ensure that your ward comes to school in neat and tidy uniforms, pays the fees in time and adhere to the code of conduct of the school.
  • Parents are forbidden to walk in to the classrooms to interview the teachers and wait near the classrooms during the school hours. However a meeting with the teachers will be arranged by the Principal if sought or required.
  • As the medium of our school is English, children may be helped to follow their class easily and intelligently by regular English conversation at home to certain extent..
  • Encourage the words to actively participate in the co-curricular activities to develop their overall personality.
  • Personally communicate any problems, complaints, suggestions etc relating to your ward to the principal / teachers at the timings for meeting.
  • Please avoid criticism of the teachers and the school in the presence of the pupils. This may cause loss of the ward’s respect for and confidence in the teacher and the school.
  • Do not let your children wear expensive jewellery especially when coming to school. Advice children to avoid walking in deserted places. Teach your children to be beware of strangers and not to follow them. They should inform to their parents or teachers if strangers approach them in public.
  • Do not send your child who is suffering from infections or contagious diseases to school.
  • It is obligatory for parents to attend Parent Teacher meet and discuss the various issues of their wards with the teachers concerned.

School Rules

  • The school hours are from 9.30 am to 3.30 pm
  • Students are expected to be in the school 5 minutes before the first bell is rung.
  • Students are required to bring the handbook to the school everyday
  • Students should attend the Morning Assembly as per the schedule and no one is allowed to be late or stay back in the class room during the assembly.
  • Roll call is at 9.25 am. Repeated late coming for more than 3 days renderthe student liable to undergo punishments in the school.
  • Students should always be neatly dressed with the shoes polished and hair done properly.
  • Parents are advised not to take their wards, leaving their classes, to attend any social function. Such a practice can have adverse effects on their behaviour and studies.
  • Students must take care of the school property. Damaging school furniture, writing on the walls or disfiguring school property will be strictly dealt with.
  • Students are advised to make use of the dustbins provided, for throwing bits of papers, toffee wrappers etc. They are expected to keep the campus neat and clean.
  • Incase a student is absent, he/she must provide a written leave application signed by the parent.
  • Repeated absence without permission or absence for more than 10 consecutive days renders the student liable to have his/her name removed from the rolls. Re-admission may be granted at the discretion of the Principal on payment of a fresh admission fee of Rs. 100/-
  • Parents are requested to come and make the payment of school fees of their wards directly, as far as possible.
  • The school has a variety of co-curricular activities to flower out the latent talents of the pupils, in order to enable the students to come forward voluntarily and participate in activities in a relaxed atmosphere, various clubs have been formulated.
  • To include in students the importance of belonging to a group, and provide opportunity for self expression and also make them conscious about the use of collective efforts, "House System" has been introduced.
  • 'Talent Time' provides a platform to pupils to discover and exhibit their inner potentials.
  • A student who fails twice consecutively will not be allowed to continue his/her studies in the school

Principles of Human Relations

  • Admit when you are wrong.
  • Avoid arguments.
  • Do to others what you want others to do to you.
  • Explain your points throughly
  • Have self confidence.
  • Insist on selfless service.
  • Listen and be ever willing to learn.
  • Make yourself a friend to all.
  • Never make promises you cannot keep.
  • Never criticise in public.
  • Others first and self last.
  • Be respectful and courteous.
  • Stress the positive always.
  • Be approachable and sociable.
  • Understand the view point of others.