School Prospectus

FEE STRUCTURE : 2019-20

Class

Monthly Fee

Annual fee (add to Qtr 1 fee only)

Mar (Qtr 1)

Jun/Sep/Dec (Qtr 2,3,4)

Std.

Tution
fee

Act
fee

Com/
TA
fee

Lib
fee

Lab
fee

SC
fee

Total fee p/m

Estb fee

Building
Fund

Mnt
fee

Exam
fee

Mag
fee

Diary & Syllabus

ID card

Total Amount

KG

1430

130

150

0

0

200

1910

1000

1000

540

250

100

150

60

3100

8830

5730

 1-5

1480

140

150

80

0

200

2050

1000

1000

540

250

100

150

60

3100

9250

6150

6-8

1670

150

160

90

0

200

2270

1000

1000

540

250

100

150

60

3100

9910

6810

9-10

1870

150

170

90

80

200

2560

1000

1000

540

250

100

150

60

3100

10780

7680

 

 

  • Class 9 students have to pay Rs. 3000/- as caution deposit for science laboratory along with the first quarter.
  • Quarterly fee due in : Quarter 1 –March ; Quarter 2 – June ; Quarter 3 – September ;
    Quarter 4 – December
  • Late fee of Rs. 100 for each delayed month will be charged extra and report card of terminal examinations will be with-held to defaulters beyond 3 months.

 

ADMISSION FEE (to be paid at the time of admission)

Class

Adm fee

Est fee

Build fund

Mnt fee

Caution

Total

KG-8

4000

6000

1000

540

3000

14540

9

0

0

0

0

3000 (Sc)

3000

 

Certificates : Transfer certificate                  Rs. 200

                        Any other certificates              Rs. 50

                        Migration certificate               Rs. 300

 

  • TC has one month notice period and fees have to be paid inclusive of the notice period.
  • Caution deposit refundable against the receipt : if not claimed within 3 months of the due date, it will be treated as your voluntary contribution to the poor children’s fund.
  • No other fees are refundable or can be adjusted with others for whatever reason.
  • Pay your fee online by visiting school website xavierschool.in or download the “EduQfix” app from play store.

 

 

 

 

ADMISSION

Admission to the school is open to all candidates irrespective of religious and socio-economic background. Children who have completed 31/2 years of age by 15th March of the respective year are eligible to be admitted in LKG. Children who have completed 41/2 years of age by 15th March of the respective year are eligible to be in  U.K.G. No case will be considered for admission unless proper documentary evidence of Date of Birth is produced along with the admission form. The date of birth, once entered, will not be subsequently altered. A candidate will be required to produce an official Birth certificates such as Municipal / Baptism certificate, at the time of admission.

False declaration about a student’s age is a disqualification for admission and subsequent discovery, by the school authorities of such a false declaration would be enough ground for dismissal.

Anyone offering donations or pressurizing the administration through recommendations is automatically debarred from admission.

Admission to classes other than LKG/UKG and std. XI depends on vacancies, testing, interviews, age and a student’s general suitability. Admissions to all classes are closed on the last working day in August.

 

STUDIES AND CURRICULUM

 

The present course of studies will extend from kindergarten to Std. XII and is oriented towards the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (I.C.S.E.) and Indian School Certificate (I.S.C.).

The Medium of instruction is English. However, Hindi has a vital role in the curriculum and is taught daily in all standards. The ISCE council has prescribed curriculum for Pre-primary to Std. X.

The curriculum, embraces Value Education, English Literature & Composition, Hindi, Environment Studies (EVS), Social Studies, History, Geography, Civics, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Accounts / Economics, Computer Applications, Arts Education, Socially Useful Productive Work, and SAPA in the lower classes.

The use of English in the school campus is compulsory.

Regular attendance, alertness in class, performance of regular class work and revision are sufficient to make progress.

In this connection it is to be noted that private tuition is regarded as unnecessary, if not harmful. It encourages students to be inattentive in class. No student is allowed to go to his/her own subject teacher for tuition.

 

General Rules and Regulations

 

  • Students are expected to arrive at the School before the assembly bell. The School gates will be closed five minutes after the warning bell.
  • A student who is not habitually clean or properly dressed in full school uniform, will be sent home.
  • No Xavier student is permitted to drive a motorized vehicle.
  • Students should not ride their cycles in the School campus. Cycles must be kept locked in the cycle shed.
  • Students must not scratch or spoil the desk, smartboard, write with chalk or pencil on the wall or in any way damage school property. Damage done should be reported at once. Even if it is caused by accident, the damage has to be repaired.
  • No unauthorized books, magazines, comics or papers may be brought to school without the permission of the Principal or the Co-ordinator/Vice-Principal.
  • The School is not responsible for loss of any goods belongings to the students. They are, therefore, advised not to bring large sums of money or expensive articles to school.
  • Students are not permitted to bring any dangerous articles such as knives, razor-blades, guns, daggers, fire-crackers etc. Nor are they allowed to bring cameras, mobile-phones, i-pads, CDs or pen drives, radios or other electronic articles to school without the permission of the principal. If these things are found, they will be confiscated and will not be returned.
  • Going out of the school campus at any time during class hours, smoking or eating panmasala are strictly forbidden.
  • No student should be playing on the school grounds after 6:00 p.m.
  • All Xavier students are expected to :
  • show respect to all the teachers.
  • avoid shouting, whistling or running about in the school building.
  • avoid using indecent language.
  • avoid throwing paper, stones etc. anywhere in or around the school premises, except in the bins provided for the purpose.
  • observe all the rules of good conduct on the various buses and on the streets while coming to or returning from school.
  • The following are not allowed :
  • ornaments
  • eye make-up
  • henna – mehendi
  • nail polish
  • tattoo
  • Students must take care of their own text books and note books, pencil box, calculator, tiffin box, water bottle etc. The school will not be responsible for any article lost by the student.
  • The name, registration number, class and section of the pupil should be clearly written on all belongings of the students.
  • Bursting crackers, splashing of colours, sparkles etc is strictly forbidden.
  • Any unavoidable movements on the verandahs (to the library, laboratory, hall, activity rooms etc) during class hours have to be in silence. This is to avoid disturbance to neighbouring classes.
  • No student shall enter another classroom without prior permission.
  • Every student has to participate in atleast two of the co-curricular activities offered in the school.
  • Any student guilty of fraud or malpractice in examinations shall be removed from the rolls.
  • For acts of misbehavior the principal may impose such punishment as fines, cancellation of attendance, withholding of terms report cards, suspension and expulsion.
  • Students shall desist from disfiguring the classrooms, the furniture, compound wall and buildings by pasting posters, fixing nails or writing on them.
  • Students who want to join N.C.C can do so in Std. VIII.
  • Parents are to see that the uniform and hairstyle of their wards are in tune with modesty and dignity that every Xaverite shall possess.
  • No celebration be arranged in the campus without the written permission of the Principal.
  • The public and former students will be permitted access to the school only for genuine reasons. They will not be allowed to enter the classrooms.
  • Students shall not use the emblem / photo of the school in the transaction of the social media (Facebook, whats app etc.)
  • Scribling offensive, abusive or obscene words or figure on chalkboards or any kind of writing on walls or other places in the school or school campus will be liable for punitive action.
  • The school campus and classrooms should always be kept neat and clean. No damage is to be done to school property including plants and trees in the campus. Scrubbing on the wall and furniture is strictly prohibited.
  • The school is not responsible for the loss of textbooks, notebooks, tiffin boxes, clothes, money, ornaments etc.
  • Students should carry at all times school identity cards which should be shown to the staff and to the watchman when demanded.
  • If the teacher is absent, class leader should inform the school office for alternative arrangements.
  • In any case, late comers (after the bell) will not be given attendance.
  • Parents / Guardians are expected to respond to the calls from the school authorities from time to time.
  • Students who like to play games / practice are allowed in the evening from 4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

 

 

 ATTENDANCE

  • 85% attendance is required for the students in order to appear for any examination held in school or the Council Examinations.
  • Students must attend school regularly. However, a child should not come to school if he/she is not well. Once a child comes to school he/she is expected to remain in school till dismissal.
  • A child must not come to school only to answer a test. If the child goes home after answering a test, his/her test will be treated as cancelled.
  • Students are expected to come to school well in time. Late comers will be sent home after third warning.
  • If a child is absent for any reason, a leave note must be written and signed by the parent in the child’s diary. He/she will not be allowed to attend the class unless he/she brings a leave note from the parent.
  • For absence of more than three days, prior written permission must be taken from the principal.
  • If a child is absent for more than three days due to illness, his leave note must be accompanied by a Medical Certificate.
  • A student who is absent for 8 days or more without information, will be considered as having left the school and his/her name will be struck off the roll and has to submit to a formal re-admission by paying a fee of Rs. 500/- when he/she returns.
  • A child is expected to be present on the last working day before every vacation and on the reopening day. Otherwise marks will be deducted from the terminal examination.
  • Parents are advised not to bring projects, tiffin boxes and water bottles to school during the school hours and are also advised to leave the child near the main gate.

 

 

 WITHDRAWAL

  • A clear calendar month’s notice in writing or one month’s fee in lieu of notice must be given before the pupil can be withdrawn.
  • Those who leave school in May must in all cases pay the fee for the month of June also.
  • Transfer Certificate will not be issued until all dues of the school are settled.
  • Student can be asked to leave the school on the following grounds :
  1. Indiscipline, violating school rules
  2. Disrespecting the teachers.
  3. Using vulgar, abusive language repeatedly and taking up fights.
  4. Unsatisfactory progress in work.
  5. For activities undertaken by the parent / guardian that are in any way harmful to the interest of the school.
  6. For failing in Std. IX.
  7. Irregular attendance, truancy, habitual idleness, disobedience or conduct injurious to the moral tone of the school are sufficient reasons for dismissal of a pupil.

 

 Uniform :

  • Students should come to school in complete uniform.
  • The uniform must be neat, clean and well ironed.
  • The shoes must be well polished.
  • Students must not colour or dye their hair. In case of long & untidy hair style the school will take stern action against the student.
  • Students must not have long nails or paint their nails.
  • Children must not wear fancy bracelets or expensive watches, bangles or other accessories.

EXAMINATIONS

  • Reexamination will not be conducted whatever may be the reason for a student being absent for an examination.
  • On medical grounds or on account of death of dear ones (which should be substantiated) if a student is unable to answer an examination he/she will be marked ‘ab’.
  • If a student is caught using unfair means during an examination in “Invigilatorless” and with invigilator, marks will be deducted according to the rules.
  • If a student is absent for an examination for any of the above reasons, his/her result will be based on the performance in the other examinations.
  • Annual Examination is compulsory for consideration of promotion and no excuse in this regard will be entertained whatever may be the reason for the absence.
  • A child who fails twice during his/her school career, will not be permitted to continue his/her studies in the school and School Leaving Transfer Certificate will be issued to him/her.
  • No re-test (Periodical) will be conducted for any student whatever may be the reason for the absence.
  • The result of the student will be held back if fees are in arrears.
  • Report cards are distributed on the scheduled dates only after which a fine of Rs. 100 /- will be charged.

 

ASSESSMENT / EXAMINATION

 

All assessments / examinations must be answered by every student.

Kindly note :- If a student has missed a test / assessment / examination, he/she will not be given a MAKE-UP test or a retest. Failure to answer a test/assessment/examination will affect the final result at the time of promotion.

The internal assessment marks of projects, home works, attendance, general discipline, co-curricular activities and punctuality will be included in the assessment of each term.

 

GRADES / MARKS

PROMOTION / FAILURES

Grade

Percentage

Standard

A+

90% and above

Outstanding

A

80% to 89%

Excellent

B

70% to 79%

Very Good

C

60% to 69%

Good

D

50% to 59%

Satisfactory

E

40% to 49%

Pass

F

30% to 39%

Failure

G

20% to 29%

Very Poor

 

Passing Grades/marks for all subjects is E/40%

 

 

JUNIOR SECTION

The system of continuous Assessment is followed from Kindergarten to Standard V.

Answer-scripts will not be kept beyond 30 days after the distribution of the Report Cards, after each Terminal examination. Therefore, any parent wishing to see the answer-script of his/her ward must do so within that period, in consultation with the subject teacher concerned.

SENIOR SECTION

The criteria for promotion in Std. IX and XI will be the same as followed by the council for ISC for awarding pass certificate in Std. X and XII respectively. Promotion will be based on the year’s average.

HONOUR CARDS

Honour Cards are given according to the following criteria :

JUNIOR SECTION (Std. I – V)

Par Excellence :           A+ grade in 3 major subjects &

                                    A in the rest including Skills.

 

1st Honours      :           A/B grade in all subjects & Skills.

2nd Honours      :           B/C grade in all subjects & Skills.

 

SENIOR SECTION (Std. VI – X)

 

1st Honours      :           70% in all subjects &

A/B grade in SUPW

2nd Honours      :           60% in all subjects &

                                    A/B/C grade in SUPW

 

 

PLUS TWO (Std. XI & XII)

1st Honours      :           70% in all subjects + best three students and

A/B grade in SUPW

2nd Honours      :           60% in all subjects & + best three students and

                                    A/B/C grade in SUPW

 

 SUSPENSION AND DISMISSAL

The Principal reserves the right to dismissal, from the school, any student whose conduct is, in his opinion, against the good moral tone of the school, immorality in word or deed, willful damage to school property, grave insubordination, contempt of any authority, unsatisfactory progress in studies, lack of diligence or the use of unfair means in examinations, bringing in dangerous articles & callous attitude towards school regulations are sufficient grounds for dismissal. The Principal is the sole judge regarding the dismissal of a student. Parents, when they apply for their ward’s admission to Xavier School, are understood to have accepted the Principal’s judgement in such matters as final and conclusive.

DISCIPLINE

The Principal and the Vice-Principal / Coordinators are responsible for the discipline in the school, with the assistance of all the Xavier teachers.

Here, in Xavier, we believe in a value-based common discipline necessary for the smooth running of the school. Punctuality, neatness, uniformity of dress, courtesy, consideration for others and a co-operative spirit are insisted upon. We also encourage initiative and positive expression of creative energy. The aim is that self-discipline, should, by stages, become part of every student’s personal equipment for life.

Freedom and autonomy are the basis of discipline. The students are left free to accept the atmosphere of the School, to learn in a free and cooperative manner. The school has no penal system for handling students who are found to be regularly uncooperative. Parents are simply asked to put them in another school which may be more suited to them. Freedom and its counterpart, responsibility, have to be learnt slowly and freely accepted, in an atmosphere in which students exercise judgement and make free choices about matters appropriate to their age and level of understanding. Students’ mistakes are tolerated as part of the process of learning, but repeated misbehavior against the spirit of the school and hindering other students from peacefully learning, is not tolerated, even if this causes pain to the parents of the stubborn uncooperative students.

 

 

 ACTIVITIES

Jesuits education may be described as formation taking place over a length of time. It aims to go beyond mere schooling and simple instructions. In our students we are dealing with impressionable persons of great dignity whose worth in their own eyes and God’s we are to encourage them to see. We confront them with challenges to excellence in order that they may appreciate and foster their talents.

To help our students discover and foster their talents, Xavier School provides various activities like :

  • The Student Council, whose purpose is to unite the students in the pursuit of excellence in studies and all the values and aims of the School. Its President, Vice-President and representatives are elected by the students of Std. VI to X.
  • Various Clubs : Linguistic Club, Biology, Physics & Chemistry, Mathematic etc.
  • Every student is expected to be a member of a minimum of 1 club and a maximum of 3 clubs.
  • For self expression : Elocution & Entertainment, Dramatics, Debating, Press Club etc.
  • Social Service, the Bharat Scouts & Clubs, Bulbuls, SAFE organizations, SPO etc.
  • The Drum & Bugle Corps. (D.B.C)
  • Bodily Health & Sportsmanship : Athletics, Football, Cricket, Basketball, Volleyball, Badminton, Gymnasium etc.
  • Excellent facilities for reading and research through the computerized School Library.
  • Audio-visual facilities for presenting projects, teaching lessons etc.
  • All the classrooms have Smart Class facilities.

 

 THE SCHOOL UNIFORM

Under penalty of exclusion from classes, the wearing of prescribed school uniform at school is compulsory.

LKG / UKG (Girls)       :  Orange stripe short sleeved blouse with school logo on the left pocket and
                                        deep blue checked skirts with gallis and short black tights, black shoes and
                                            black socks.

LKG / UKG (Boys)      :  Orange stripe short sleeved shirt with school logo on the left pocket and
                                        cross grey with gallis short pants, black shoes with lace and black socks.

I-V (Girls)                    :  Sky blue colour short sleeved blouse with school logo on the left sleeve and
                                        blue and white checkered pop tunic and short black tights, black shoes and
                                        black socks.

I-V (Boys)                    :  Sky blue colour short sleeved shirt with school logo on the pocket and 
                black stripe short pants and black shoes with lace & black socks.

Std. VI-X (Girls)           :  Lavender colour half sleeved blouse with the school logo on the left sleeve     
   deep blue checkered tunic – knee length, short black tights, black shoes and
   black socks. Only black hair band to be used by girls.

Std. VI – X (Boys)        :  Lavender colour half sleeved shirt with the school logo on the pocket and
   black checkered trousers, black leather belt, black shoes with lace & black  
   socks.

Games and Activity Uniform : White Activa shoe with white socks and House T-shirt to be worn on
              PT, Games and Activity day.

Std. VI – X (Girls)        :  White skirt with house border and House T-shirt

Std. VI – X (Boys)        :  White track pant with house colour stripe and House T-shirt

WINTER UNIFORM (from November to February) is compulsory

KG to Std. V (Boys)     :  Full trouser and Xavier Ties with Navy blue sweaters with house colour  
   stripes should be worn. Caps of same colour to be used.

KG to Std. V (Girls)      :  Black full slacks with tie and navy blue sweaters with house colour strips.
   Scarf of same colour to be used.

Std. VI – X (Boys)        : Xavier ties with Navy blue Blazers with school logo
    on the pocket is compulsory.

 

  • We expect the boys to have a short hair-cut, decent hair style with hair line well above the shirt collar and a clear shaven face.

 

 

 

PARENT’S INVOLVEMENT

 

The parents of XAVIER school students have entrusted the school with bringing to maturity, the seed of manhood/womanhood that has been so carefully shown at home. They, however, should co-operate with the school by their total involvement, which calls for a real understanding of the school’s philosophy.

Parents should be living examples of the values taught to and expected of their wards. They should inform the Principal and the teachers concerned of any family problems or other pertinent facts that are necessary for a proper understanding and guidance of their wards. They should also participate in the growth and development of Xavier School.

To attain total harmony between the home and school :

  • Principal sends information through letters to parents about the activities, achievements, growth and development of Xavier School.
  • Progress Cards are given at the end of each Assessment/Term examination, Report Cards will be given only to parents. The student must accompany the parents.
  • Parent-Teacher meetings are organized.
  • Parents harassing a Xavier school teacher (in or outside the school) for favours for their wards may be asked to withdraw their wards from the school.
  • The school can do very little for students whose parents give bad examples or teach something contradictory to what is taught in school.
  • Parents are encouraged to meet the teachers, by appointment to discuss the progress of their wards.

 

 

IMPORTANT NOTICE

 

Parents are hereby informed that on days there is a Bandh or any law and order problem, they may send their children to school AT THEIR OWN RISK. The school will not take the responsibility of the children’s transportation on such days. Parents must come to pick up their children at dismissal without fail.

 

HEALTH REGULATIONS

 

A student returning to school after an infectious or contagious disease must produce a doctor’s certificate declaring him/her completely cured.

 

HOBBIES

 

For students of Std. III to VIII the following hobbies are allotted

  1. Dance   Karate                    3.  Light Music / Tabla
  2. Western Music 5.  Yoga         
  3. Games (Chess, Carrom, Volley ball, Basket ball, Table, Tennis, Cricket, Football)

 

SOCIALLY USEFUL PRODUCTIVE WORK

 

Work education occupies a central place in the curriculum at all stages of school education i.e from Std. I to X.  It has been given the status of a full fledged subject. A pass in SUPW is essential for the awarding of the ICSE and ISC certificates. The assessment will be internal but a proper record of the student’s attitude is to be kept. The school has designed a set of programmes for the successful implementation of the subject.

The classroom is not only the place where the children learn. The environment and society are also sources through which the children acquire attitudes and knowledge. Therefore, the parents are requested to involve themselves in making their children aware of  their responsibilities at home or to the persons in the area in which they live. They should be encouraged to render service at home and to their neighbours. The service may take the form of helping parents in cleaning house, making the beds, polishing their shoes, assisting in the kitchen, helping with shopping, helping in the garden, visiting the sick, teaching children in the neighbourhood and so on. Kindly give your ward a specific job to do which will last for 20-30 minutes each day.

 

 

WE BELIEVE IN

 

  • Being leaders of tomorrow.
  • Being friendly and co-operative with one another in and out of school.
  • Being truthful and courteous.
  • Accepting any responsibility and work assigned to us as our due share in the running of the school.
  • Avoiding any vulgarity in our talk or behavior.
  • Showing respect to all staff members and visitors of our school.
  • Being sportsman-like and behaving in a gentlemanly manner wherever we go, remembering that the school is judged by our conduct.
  • Being always ready to lend a helping hand at home, in school, and to any unattended visitors we happen to meet in the school premises.
  • Maintaining discipline and self-control during class hours, in between the periods, and during the games and other activities.
  • Respecting all men and women as children of God. Therefore, we never make fun of the old, poor or handicapped, since we know God’s hands rest lovingly on all these people.

 

Library & Reading Rooms

 

  • The school encourages every student to read additional books and periodicals to supplement what is learnt in the classrooms. The school has a well equipped fully computerized library with about 9000 books on various heads covering almost all scholastic and co-scholastic disciplines.
  • All the members of the staff are entitled to use the library for consultations and for borrowing books. The entry and exit from the library are regulated by the bar code attached to the identity card.
  • Only writing materials can be taken inside the reading room and library.
  • The number of books that can be borrowed at a time is as follows :

Students – 01                                Teaching / Non-teaching staff – 02

  • All the books borrowed from the library by the students and members of teaching and non-teaching staff must be returned by end of February every year for the annual physical stock verification of the library.
  • C. will be issued & caution deposit refunded only after the clearing of all dues to the library.
  • The teaching staff who fails to return the library books on or before the due dates also entail to pay the fine (Rs. 1 per day).
  • For loss of books compensation will be fixed on the basis of market value of similar publication at the time of fixation.
  • Books in the reference section will not be lent out but they may be consulted in the library.
  • The Principal and Librarian have a right to call back any book at 24 hours notice.
  • Strict silence should be observed in the library and its premises.
  • Readers will be responsible for any damage to books or to any library property.
  • Queue system is to be followed at the issue counter.
  • The period of borrowing is 7 days after which fine will be charged. Any book which is in special demand may be lent for shorter periods as determined by the Librarian.
  • Sub – lending of books is strictly forbidden.
  • Books will be lent to the members of the staff. No member of the staff is allowed to keep more than 4 books at a time. All books should be returned at the end of the academic year.
  • In all matters of library the decision of the Principal shall be final.

 

 

 

N.C.C :-  There is a unit of NCC for boys & girls of the school. Interested students can join
                  the unit. Besides imparting a sense of discipline, it helps students to take up career
                   in defence services.

 

Science Club :- The club envisages the development of scientific aptitude among the young
                            minds.

 

Alumni – Association :-  Xavier Alumni Association, Gamharia is an active organization
                                          which aims at the inculcation of intimate fellowship and
                                           promotion of frequent interaction among the former students of
                                           school.

 

Library Committee :-  The committee supervises the proper functioning of the library.
                                         It ensures that the students are given maximum access to the books
                                         and journals and more stock is added to the library every year.

 

Health Club :-  The Club tries to create awareness among students on the importance of
                               physical exercises.

 

Nature Club :-  The club tries to enlighten the student community on the need
                                  for preserving the environment free from pollution.

About us

Xavier School, Gamharia is a unit of XITE.

A Society registered under the Indian Societies Registration Act, 1860.

Office : 0657 - 2333384 (Senior)
0657 - 2333377 (Junior)


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