Master Mind Global English School

Welcome To Shree Swami Vivekanand Bahhuddeshiy Sanstha

CBSE Affiliation No. 1130742

 




Rules & Regulations


The Institution is supported by a large and dedicated support staff which includes assistants, researchers, house-keeping personnel, trained paramedics, etc. The dedicated staff provides students a caring and individual attention, making sure that each child keeps-up with its respective peer group.


 THINGS TO REMEMBER
    With the new academic year starting, we would want you to know few important points that would benefit and aid your ward in school.

                   

  1. Ensure that your ward carries the school provided bag to school. Avoid buying fancy or trolley bags.
  2. Your ward should carry a water bottle to school daily
  3. All belongings of the child should be labeled.
  4. All students should wear the shoes as available with the uniform vendor.
  5. Parents should read and sign the school diary every day. Use the dairy as a tool to communicate with the teacher.
  6. It has been ensured that the weight of the school bag for the child is bearable. Thus, some books and note books would be kept in the school. These would be sent home as per the requirement. Please help your child to pack the school bag daily as per the time table.
  7. The schedule for assessment would be communicate to you as per the examination calendar (also refer almanac)
  8. Birthdays will be celebrated in the class with the child distributing only branded toffees like éclairs etc. Cake cutting celebration for birthday is not encouraged in school. Do not indulge in sending gift/return gift to school. On their birthdays students can come dressed in decent casuals.
  9. Prefer using the bus transport provided by the school. Kindly do not allow the children to commute by auto or tempo as could be putting the child to risk. Please ensure that someone is available at the pickup/drop point while the children alight or board the bus.
  10. Please ensure that your ward does not absent from attending school without a genuine reason. In case of leave, leave application duly signed by one of the parents should reach a day prior to the class teacher.
  11. Though we do not allow short leaves, in case of dire emergency a short leave can be availed by filling ‘Short Leave Performa’ at the reception.

 

 GENERAL CODE OF CONDUCT

The School Management firmly believes that learning can best take place in an orderly environment and that students can best learn individual and collective responsibility and gain maturity if they are provided opportunities in which to exercise responsibility within the school setting. This School Discipline Policy is intended to communicate expectations regarding acceptable conduct in school in order to provide a positive learning environment for all students.

The School Students Code of Conduct is in effect from the time a student arrives at the bus stop and boards the bus at the beginning of the day until the students gets off the bus and leaves the bus stop at the end of the day, and at all times when students are participating in school sponsored activities.



      A. Safety

    MMGES is concerned about the safety of all students. Accordingly, this Code of Conduct applies to any actions which create an unsafe condition for students and/or staff.

    Minimum Action: Student conference / Parent Contact.

    Maximum Action: Expulsion.

      B. Unacceptable Behavior

    Disciplinary action may be taken as a result of any behavior which is disruptive of good order or which violates the rights of others. The following acts are examples of unacceptable behavior and subject to disciplinary action, on the school buses and at school.

    The listing of minimum actions does not imply or require that a ‘step-by- step’ progression of increasing severity be employed by an administrator in dealing with a violation. However, there shall be a relationship between the severity of the offense and the administrative action.

     1.Violation Against Persons
      a. Fighting

    Mutual combat in which all parties have contributed to the situation by verbal and/or physical action.

    Minimum Action: Student conference and parent/guardian contact.

    Maximum Action: Expulsion or exclusion.

 

      b. Harassment

    Participating in, or conspiring for others to engage in acts that injure, degrade or disgrace other individuals.

    Minimum Action: Student conference and parent/guardian contact.

    Maximum Action: Expulsion or exclusion.

 

      c. Sexual, Racial and Religious Harassment and Violence

    This includes, inappropriate sexual conduct, including unwelcomed sexual contact, indecent exposure, transmitting sexually suggestive images through information technology devices, or other sexual activities which do not involve the use of force.

    This also includes persistent or severe acts of sexual harassment- unwelcome sexual or gender based conduct (either physical or verbal) and / or conduct of sexual nature which is sufficiently severe, persistent or pervasive to limit a student’s ability to participate in or benefit from the educational program or which creates an abusive or hostile school environment.

    Minimum Action: Student conference and parent/guardian contact.

    Maximum Action: Expulsion or exclusion.

 

      d. Bullying

    “Bullying” means repeated behavior by an individual student, an individual student within a group of students, or group of students that is intended to cause the victim(s) to feel frightened, threatened, intimidated, humiliated, disgraced, ostracized, or physically abused. Bullying implies an imbalance in power or strength in which the student being bullied has difficulty defending him or her.

    Bullying can take many forms, including physical, verbal, social/relational and/or cyber bullying.

    Minimum Action: Student conference and parent/guardian contact.

    Maximum Action: Expulsion or exclusion.

 

      e. Abusive/Inappropriate Langauge

    Disrespectful language to others.

    Threatening language to others.

    Minimum Action: Student conference and parent/guardian contact.

    Maximum Action: Expulsion or exclusion.

 

      f. Interference/Obstruction

    Any intentional action taken to attempt to prevent a staff member from exercising his/her lawfully assigned duties.

    Minimum Action: Student conference and parent/guardian contact.

    Maximum Action: Expulsion or exclusion.

 

      g. Possession of Firearm

    Minimum Action: Immediate suspension, parent/guardian contact, parent/guardian contact, notification of law enforcement agency.

    Maximum Action: Expulsion or exclusion.

 

      h. Possession of a Weapon Other than a Firearm Which Could Cause Harm

    Minimum Action: Student conference, parent/guardian contact and possible notification of police.

    Maximum Action: Expulsion or exclusion.

 

      i. Assault

    “Assault” is doing an act with intent to cause fear in another of immediate bodily harm or death or intentionally inflicting or attempting to inflict bodily harm upon another.

    Student conference, parent/guardian contact and possible notification of police.

    Maximum Action: Expulsion or exclusion.

 

      j. Hazing

    “Hazing” means committing an act against a student, or coercing a student into committing an act, that creates a substantial risk of harm or embarrassment to a person, in order for the student to be initiated or affiliated with a student organization, or for any other purpose.

    Minimum Action: Student conference and parent/guardian contact.

    Maximum Action: Expulsion or exclusion.

 

     2.Violation Against Property
      a. Unauthorized Use of School Property

    The unauthorized / illegal use of school property

    Minimum Action: Student conference, parent/guardian contact and notification of police or juvenile authorities.

    Maximum Action: Expulsion or exclusion.

 

      b. Wilful Damage of School Property

    Minimum Action: Student conference, parent/guardian contact and recommended restitution.

    Maximum Action: Expulsion or exclusion.

 

      c. Wilful Damage to Property of Staff Members and Others

    Minimum Action: Student conference, parent/guardian contact and recommended restitution.

    Maximum Action: Expulsion or exclusion.

 

      d. Theft

    The unauthorized taking or possession of the property of the School, Staff, students, visitors and others

    Minimum Action: Student conference, parent/guardian contact and notification of police or juvenile authorities.

    Maximum Action: Expulsion or exclusion.

 

      e. Robbery/Extortion/undue Favour

    

  1. The obtaining of property from another where his/her consent was induced by use of force or a threat of force.
  2. Extortion of money, articles, books, material etc from other students or other persons.
  3. Asking teachers, staff, students, or any other persons, for any undue favours or deeds.

    Minimum Action: Student conference, suspension, parent/guardian contact and immediate notification of police.

    Maximum Action: Expulsion or exclusion.

 

      f. Tampering with Food or Beverages

    Adding or attempting to add harmful foreign substances to food or beverages, including spitting into food or beverages or spitting on food trays.

    Minimum Action: Student conference and parent/guardian contact.

    Maximum Action: Expulsion or exclusion.

 

      g. Trespassing

    Entering GIIS property when previously prohibited or remaining on school grounds after receiving a request to depart will be considered as a violation of school’s code of conduct.

    Minimum Action: Student conference and parent/guardian contact.

    Maximum Action: Expulsion or exclusion.

 

     3.Violation Against school Administrative Procedures
      a. Insubordination

    Refusal to follow school rules and regulations as directed by staff

    Minimum Action: Student conference and parent/guardian contact.

    Maximum Action: Expulsion or exclusion.

 

      b. Disruptive Behavior

    Actions which interfere with effective operations of the school. Engaging in any illegal behavior that interferes with the school educational process, including attempting an illegal behavior.

    Minimum Action: Student conference and parent/guardian contact.

    Maximum Action: Expulsion or exclusion.

 

      c. Record and identification Falsification/Forgery

    

  1. Falsifying signatures or data on official record.
  2. Refusal to give correct identification of giving false.
  3. Identification when requested to do so by a staff member.

    Minimum Action: Student conference and parent/guardian contact.

    Maximum Action: Expulsion or exclusion.

 

      d. Unauthorized Distribution

    Minimum Unauthorized distribution of literature on or near property of inflammatory, libelous or slanderous material.

    Minimum Action: Student conference and parent/guardian contact.

    Maximum Action: Expulsion or exclusion.

 

      e. Leaving School or Grounds

    Leaving school buildings or grounds during school hours without proper clearance.

    Minimum Action: Student conference and parent/guardian contact.

    Maximum Action: Expulsion or exclusion.

 

      f. Inappropriate Behavior

    

  1. Running and / or making excessive noise in the hall or building.
  2. Loitering, or occupying an unauthorized area in the school or on the school ground.
  3. Persistent tardiness to school or class.

    Minimum Action: Refer to Behavioral counselor student conference and parent/guardian contact.

    Maximum Action: Expulsion or exclusion.

 

      g. Chronic and Unexcused Absenteeism

    Minimum Action: Student conference and parent/guardian contact.

    Maximum Action: Expulsion or exclusion.

 

      h. Student Attire

    Manner of dress or personal grooming which presents a clear danger to the student’s health and safety, causes an interference with work, or creates classroom or school disorder. The wearing of any clothing that displays tobacco, alcohol, drug, or drug paraphernalia and offensive words, pictures or symbols is not permitted on school property or and school sponsored events. Clothing must cover back, shoulders midrify and cover chest, buildings and grounds, including the parking lot and school buses.

    Minimum Action: Student conference and parent/guardian contact.

    Maximum Action: Expulsion or exclusion.

 

      i. Student Cell Phone use in the School

    Students are not permitted to carry cell phone to school under any circumstances.

    Minimum Action: Student conference and parent/guardian contact.

    Maximum Action: Expulsion or exclusion.

 

      j. Student Camera Use in School

    The use of cameras in school by students is generally prohibited because of the disruption that can occur.

    Minimum Action: Student conference and parent/guardian contact.

    Maximum Action: Expulsion or exclusion.

 

     4.Conduct on School Buses and Consequences for Misbehavior
       Conduct on School Buses and Consequences for Misbehavior

    Bus drivers / bus attendants/ bus maids are responsible for the conduct of pupils while they are on the school authorities the students who participated in unacceptable behavior.

    Riding the school bus is a privilege, not a right. Students are expected to follow the same behavioral standards while riding school buses as are expected on school property or at school activities, functions or events. All school rules are in effect while a student is riding the bus or at the stop. Consequences for school bus/ bus stop misconduct will be imposed by the Principal or the Vice Principal which can include parent/ guardian contact or suspension.

 

      (1). Rules at the Bus Stop

    

  1. Get to your bus stop 5 minutes before your scheduled pick up time. The school bus driver will stop, but not wait for late students.
  2. Respect the property of others while waiting at your bus stop.
  3. Keep your arms, legs and belonging to yourself.
  4. Use appropriate language.
  5. Stay away from the street, road or highway when waiting for the bus. Wait until the bus stops before approaching the bus.
  6. After getting off the bus, move away from the bus.
  7. If you must cross the street, always cross in front of the bus where the driver can see you. Wait for the driver to signal to you before crossing the street.
  8. No fighting, harassment, or intimidation.
  9. No use of alcohol, tobacco or drugs.

 

      (2). Rules on the Bus

    

  1. Immediately follow the directions of the driver.
  2. Sit in your seat facing forward.
  3. Talk quietly and use appropriate language.
  4. Keep all parts of your body inside the bus.
  5. Keep your arms, legs and belonging to yourself.
  6. No fighting, harassment, or intimidation. Do not throw any object out of the stationary or moving bus.
  7. No use of alcohol, tobacco or drugs.
  8. Do not bring any weapon or dangerous objects on the school bus.
  9. Do not damage the school bus.

 

     5.Other Violations
      a. Gambling

    The playing of a game of chance for stakes.

    Minimum Action: Student conference and parent/guardian contact.

    Maximum Action: Expulsion or exclusion.

 

      b. Disorderly Conduct

    Engaging in offensive, obscene, or abusive language or in boisterous and noisy conduct.

    Minimum Action: Student conference and parent/guardian contact.

    Maximum Action: Expulsion or exclusion.

 

      c. Use, Possession Distribution of Sale of illegal Drugs,Alcohol, Narcotics, Drug Paraphernalia, or Simulated Drugs.

    Students who violate the rules concerning the use of alcohol and drugs will be subject to one or more of the following procedures:

    Minimum Action: parent/guardian contact, student conference.

    Maximum Action: Notification of local law enforcement agency or other appropriate agencies.

 

      d. Terroristic Threats (a bomb threat is an example)

    The making of bomb threats or other terroristic threats either verbally, or by telephone, by letter or through any other means of communication.

    Minimum Action: Immediate suspension, parent/guardian contact, notification of law enforcement agency.

    Maximum Action: Expulsion or exclusion.

 

      e. Inappropriate Use of Technology

    Technology instruction includes computers, television, videos, CDs or audio recorders and players, and other related technological equipment. Students must follow all appropriate use of technology procedures as established by the school. Technology misuse includes, but is not limited to:

    

  1. Using unauthorized programmes, software, videos, CDs or audiotapes.
  2. Attempting to bypass or after computer security, hacking (intentionally gaining access by illegal means or without authorization )
  3. Unauthorized modification of computer configuration (desktop pattern, sounds, etc.)
  4. Attempting to access, add, delete, of alter information of files of another person or organization without permission.
  5. Using technology to access, transfer, copy or store inappropriate materials or messages.
  6. Use technology resources for commercial, personal profit or illegal enterprises.
  7. Knowingly or intentionally using the MMGS network or information technology devices to spread viruses into the MMGS network.
  8. Using school or personal site for posting, commenting derogatory/ objectionable remarks on people, religion, places, etc.
  9. To post or publish on internet, networking websites or at any place, comment, opinion etc which is derogatory and defaming to the school, teachers, staffs, students, and management.
  10. Students are not permitted to use the MMGS network for any non-educational purpose such as for games, pornographic material or other inappropriate materials.

    Minimum Action: Student conference, parent/guardian contact, notification of appropriate law enforcing authorities.

    Maximum Action: Expulsion or exclusion.

 

      f. Academic Dishonesty

    It is expected that students pursue their academic students in an honesty manner and with integrity. Work that is turned in for credit needs to result from the student’s own efforts. Academic dishonesty includes but is not limited to two major areas: cheating and plagiarism. Cheating is a deceptive act in which student attempts to show knowledge which is not theirs. Plagiarism is presenting information from someone else as though the ideas, words, or facts are the student’s own.

    Minimum Action: Student conference and parent/guardian contact.

    Maximum Action: Expulsion or exclusion.

 

      C. Corrective Measures

    Discipline should not be confused with punishment. The goal of discipline in school is to help students to become self-regulated individuals with mature attitudes and socially acceptable standards of conduct.

    Corrective measures used will depend upon the nature of the behavior, the frequency, and the degree to which the student is willing to try to correct undesirable behavior.

    With the exception of serious violations of the Student Conduct Code, corrective measures will normally begin at a minimal level and then proceed to more serious levels. These procedures may include bur are not limited to: conferences with teacher, counselor, or Principal; detention loss of school privileges; parent/ guardian conference with school staff; modified school programme dismissal for one day suspension; expulsion; police referral; and home instruction.

    Parents will be allowed to meet only the Class Teacher on the day of the Open House when report cards are being distributed. In case the parents wish to meet the Subject teachers prior appointment has to be taken either through student diary or school office.



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