The POLICIES



Admission Policy



• A child with criminal record is not eligible for admission to the school.
• Any child that has a case in court at the time of admission will miss the admission for the same year.
• Even if a child is found not guilty after the accusation, he/she will still miss the admission for the year.
• An admission may be revoked by the committee if criminal records follow after the admission.
• A child called as a witness to a crime may be considered late admission by the committee.
• A child with false documents shall not receive admission.
• A child with incomplete documentation shall not receive admission.

Applying for Admission

• Admission announcement to be made by the school at the year end.
• The candidate must then fill up the admission application form which is provided by the school. All required information must be filled up correctly for use by school.
• The filled form must be submitted to the School Admission Committee for verification at the time of admission along with the following documents:
• Original Student Progress Report/Mark sheet
• Character certificate
• Photocopy of Citizenship Identity Card of the child (CID of parents if the child is a minor below 15 years of age)
• Supporting documents such as employment order/transfer order/business license as asked by the committee.

Confirmation of Admission

• All the documents must be scrutinized before considering the admission.
• Admission would be done based on the admission criteria of the school.
• The public shall be notified immediately after the close of the admission interview.
• The candidate must submit valid Transfer Certificate with photo within two weeks’ time.
• The admission is completed upon assigning of an admission number from school admission register and filling up of the admission register.

Cancellation of Admission

• An Admission will be cancelled at any time of the academic session if the school admission committee finds evidence of any foul play on the part of the admission seeker.
• In case of serious breach of law, the case may be forwarded to police for action.

Admission in class VII, IX& XI

• Admission of students on government placement is given first priority.
• Additional admission is then carried out based on the number of available seats in school based on the criteria.
• The candidate must have a status of pass in preceding class. Failed candidate from other schools shall not be admitted.
• The candidate has successfully completed the admission interview.


• Admission in these classes is restricted by rules and regulations of the ministry.
• Admission is limited to those on genuine transfer cases.
• The candidate must have a status of pass in preceding class.
• The candidate has successfully completed the admission interview.

Admission in class XI

• The schools reserve no right in the admission of class XI candidates.
• The DEO forms an admission committee for the admission of class XI students.
• The candidate applying for admission in class XI must pass in class X with the required cut-off percentage declared by BCSEA( Bhutan Council for School Examination and Assessment) for that particular year.
• Admission is done based on a set criteria indicated for different categories: Science, Commerce and Arts by BCSEA.
• All qualified candidates must attend the orientation programme conducted by Dzongkhag Education Office with the Principals of the host schools.
• In case of the cluster change, the eligible candidates must obtain approval from the School Liaising and Coordination (SLC) and submit to the admission committee.




Hostel Policy


Hostel Management

Boarding Policies (25th EPGI, page 12)
• Only students whose parents reside outside 7 km radius from the school for urban and 5 km for rural schools are to be admitted as boarders.
• Students who have schools near their places of residences should not be admitted in the other schools as boarders.
• Boarding is meant only for students who cannot attend school without being a boarder due to non- availability of schools or appropriate classes in their place of residence. Boarding is not a choice but a necessity.

Joining as a boarder student

• An applicant must fulfill all the criteria for getting boarder facility stated in the boarding policies.
• The qualifying applicant must fill up the registration form and provide all necessary information sought in the form.
• The children must read all the terms and conditions that apply to children living in hostel and sign the document upon agreement.
• If the child fails to agree with the hostel terms, the child shall be disqualified.
• A boarder student must pay all fees and caution deposits indicated in the school policy book.
• The parent/guardian must hand over the child to the concerned warden/matron in person in the hostel and provide all necessary advice to the child.
• The warden/matron must update the record with the office for release of stipend and the provision of mess facility.

Separation from boarding facility

• Write an application addressing to the school Principal/Officiating Principal indicating the interest for separation from boarder ship with proper justification. Authenticate the appeal by adding the signature of a parent/guardian and submit the document to the respective warden/matron.
• The parent/guardian must come in person to finalize the separation in the presence of warden/matron. Incase the parent/guardian cannot come in person.
• The warden/matron must decide the day and time of the release of the child from the hostel and hand over the child to the parent/guardian in person.
• The warden/matron must update the record with the General Office for change in release of stipend and the provision of mess facility.
• A child who is separated from the hostel will not be given hostel provisions unless it is a serious case of immediate transfer/resignation/termination/loss of parents.


Discipline Policy



TEACHERS CODE OF CONDUCT:

It is accepted in our Kingdom that educating the child includes, among other things, nurturing and developing his/her moral, intellectual, physical, social, and spiritual capabilities.(GNH values) Therefore, a teacher has responsibilities towards students that include:
1. Guiding them, through role model, self-discipline and counseling.
2. Creating and enabling learning environment for them.
3. Treating them with dignity and honesty.
4. Developing a trusting relationship with them.
5. Protecting them from all kinds of intimidation, abuses and self-destruction and including in them a sense of love, respect, gratitude and patriotism.

TOWARDS PARENTS AND COMMUNITY THAT INCLUDE:

1. Making the students informed citizens, especially in relation to values, customs and practices that prevail in the society.
2. Providing professional services which are responsive to the needs of the community.
3. Developing in the members of the community a respect for laws and policies, which protect and promote the wellbeing of the people and nation at large.
4. Building an atmosphere of mutual respect, cooperation and harmony with the parents and the community.


TO THIS EXTENT A TEACHER SHOULD BE COMMITTED TO:

1. Providing his/her pupils an optimum standard of learning experience.
2. Applying with vigor and integrity one’s knowledge and skills and continually advance these by appropriate study and inquiry.
3. Maintaining allegiance and dedication to the Tsa-wa-sum and the laws of the Kingdom.
4. Using one’s aptitude in the greater service of the King, the country and colleagues.
5. Preserving the cultural and traditional characteristics of the nation.
6. The maintenance of the moral and intellectual integrity of the teaching profession.
7. Promoting, through personal examples the highest standards of rightful conduct and behavior and courteous and selfless living.


STUDENTS CODE OF CONDUCT:

• Abide by all school policies, rules, and regulations.
• Be respectful of teachers and other school employees.
• Obey directives and instructions of teacher and school personnel.
• Not indulge in bullying, extortion or blackmail of other students.
• Not be a member of any gang, solicit other students for membership in any gangs, or be in possession of any weapons, gang related symbols or paraphernalia.
• Not engage in cheating or plagiarism.
• Not use, or be possession of drugs and illegal substances [including doma], alcohol, tobacco, tobacco products, and pornography or pornographic materials.
• Not use profanity or vulgar language, or make obscene gestures directed toward other students, teachers, school employees or other persons.
• Not indulge in name calling, making ethnic or racial slurs and derogatory statements against students, teachers or other persons.
• Not commit theft, or be in possession of someone else’s belongings without their consent.
• Not damage or destroy school property, and other private or public property.
• Not commit assault or threaten to harm others or self.
• Not engage in any acts designed to disrupt the school environment or a school function.


DISCIPLINE POLICY AND PROCEDURE:

 The School Disciplinary Committee/SMT is responsible for maintaining the day-to-day discipline. The committee will monitor student discipline and make decisions about disciplinary cases requiring sanctions and penalties. Students may be called before this Committee to settle disciplinary matters. Parents may also be asked to meet with the Committee.
 Violations of the Student Code of conduct or other forms of misconduct are subject to sanctions and disciplinary action. In imposing sanctions and penalties, a primary objective of the committee will be to ensure objectivity and uniformity in their application.
 Whenever a student commits an offense, the concerned teacher will record the student’s name in the Misdemeanor Form detailing the date, time and nature of the offense. A student with THREE entries in the Misdemeanor Form will be referred to the Disciplinary Committee which may impose sanctions or disciplinary action as shown in the table above.
 Depending on their nature and severity violations shall be categorized into Level 1 (Minor offenses), Level 2 (Major offenses), and Level 3 (Severe offenses). The types of offenses and possible disciplinary actions are sanctioned in accordance to the policy.

 

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