Admission to XI Standard is open to pupils irrespective of religion, region or caste, subject to availability of seats. As regards, pupils qualifying from other schools, only girls will be admitted. Admission is restricted to students who have passed Secondary School Certificate Examination in March 2013.There will be no admission to XII Standard.
Application form for admission to XI Standard will be issued after the announcement of X Standard results by the CBSE. The cost of application form and prospectus is Rs. 150/-.
The application duly filled in, along with an attested copy of the X Standard mark list must be submitted at the school office within 5 days of announcement of Class X results by CBSE.
Admission will be granted only if both the father and mother of the pupil sign the application form and are present at the time of admission. If one of the parents is abroad or unable to come, a letter to the effect that he/she has no objection to admitting his/her ward to the School should be produced.
Candidates will have to take the admission test based on Class X syllabus will be called to complete the admission procedure. They will have to produce the following documents in original at the time of admission.
PAYMENT OF FEES
Three installments of fees to be paid as per Appendix-1. In case the due date for payment is a holiday, the next working day will be considered as the due date for payment.
For every payment of fees an official receipt should be obtained at the time of payment.
A fine of Rs. 5/- will be levied per day for late payment after the due date. Failure to pay the fees within 20 days from the due date (with fine) will result in removal of the pupil's name from the rolls. Re-admission of defaulters may be considered on payment of the full arrears with fine along with re-admission fee of Rs.250/-. The re-admission will be given only after the prior permission from the management. Students will be issued hall tickets for exams only if all dues are cleared.
Pupils who leave the school in the middle of a term have to pay the fee for the whole term.
Any amount remaining unpaid will be recovered from the caution deposit. Fee once paid will not be refunded in any case.
Caution deposit cannot be claimed after one month, from the date the student leaves the school.
Mode of Payment: By Cash or DD in favour of Dayapuram Residential School. Cheques will not be accepted.
All the text books prescribed are those published by the NCERT/CBSE.
Every pupil will be supplied with a Pupil's Diary. This must be brought to the School every day. There are pages allotted in the Diary for communications between the Teacher, Principal and the Parents. It also contains information regarding extra-curricular activities, excursion, schedules of Tests/Examinations of the School, leave and late attendance etc. Parents of non-resident pupils are requested to peruse the diary daily. Parents of the hostellers may go through the diaries whenever they get the opportunity.
There are full fledged labs in the School for Physics, Chemistry, Work Experience, Biology and Computer. A Mathematics Lab is also setup for the benefit of the pupils. Digital class rooms (Smart Class) are also introduced to improve skills of the pupils.
Wearing of uniform is compulsory for the students on all working days. The stitching pattern will be displayed at the School Store.
Limited Internet facility for educational purpose only, is available in the school library . The pupils can avail of the facility with the permission of the Principal, against payment of the prescribed charges.
Presently, hostel facility is available only for girls. Parents should seek admission to the hostel at the beginning of the academic year itself. The application form can be obtained from the Administrative Office.
The rules and regulations pertaining to the hostels are given in the “Hostel Manual”. Parents are requested to obtain a copy thereof and keep it with them for their information and guidance.
A hosteller suspended from hostel shall not enter the hostel or enjoy any facility she had as an inmate. Since students are not allowed to go out of the campus during working hours, he/ she has to bring the lunch from home. Moreover hostel being a part of the school, suspension from hostel might lead the ward to be kept out of the class during the period of suspension.
Hostellers have to follow the mess menu strictly. Request for change of menu will not be entertained. The present mess fee is valid for six months. As the price of commodities increases day by day, a hike in mess fee can be expected after six months.
Those who leave the hostel for more than a week for any reason, should inform the administrative office and get prior permission for the same.
For security reasons, students are strictly banned from going out of the campus during working hours. Lunch is provided to the day scholars on a monthly/daily basis. Interested parents may approach the Administrative Office and make the payment in advance.
The School attaches great importance to discipline and good behaviour of the pupils. Indiscipline in any form will be dealt with severely.
Students & Parents are requested to follow the rules and regulations of the institution strictly. (Refer to Pupil's Diary/Hostel Manual for details)
The school authority has limitation in controlling the private student's vehicles coming to the campus. So parents have to make sure that their wards are safe on their journey from home to school and back.
The parents should encourage the students to participate in the programmes conducted by the school authorities inside and outside the campus.