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St. Vincent Pallotti Sr. Sec. School

"The motto of our school, “Go Forth to Serve” is a clarion call to selfless service to humanity. The letter ‘V’ and ‘P’ in the flame signify the spirit of our holy founder, St. Vincent Pallotti, who immortalized the attitude of unflinching love and service to all even at the cost of life. The halo surrounding the flame signifies that the light of knowledge imparted to students will enable them to achieve an all-encompassing development in life.

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Technology has its place in every curricular subject. Our Science laboratories, for instance, are specially equipped for computer simulation of dangerous experiments. Less predictably, perhaps, there is a wealth of relevant equipments available for such experiments. Large, fully equipped laboratories are there to encourage students to partially explore what they have learnt theoretically and inculcate in them the scientific temper of experimentation and validation. The school has the following laboratories: Science Labs: Physics, Biology, Chemistry

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TRANSFER CERTIFICATE

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ADMINISTRATION

  • The school is rum in Bilaspur by the Registered Society known as the Vidya Sagar Sangh, which is a charitable organization. The sole purpose of this society is to independently manage all aspects of this school in order to meet the ever changing educational needs of the people in and around this area.

  • The administration consists of : the President of the Society, who is the elected Superior of the Pallottine Fathers in India, The Manager & the Principal.

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ADMISSION AND WITHDRAWAL

  • New pupils must be introduced personally by the parents or guardians who will be responsible to the principal for their regularity of attendance, payment of fees and discipline.

  • A pupil who fails to take the school leaving certificate (T.C.) within a month of leaving school, will be levied a search fee. An amount will be charged also for the duplicate copy or any extra from the school register.

  • If pupils, for some unexplained reason, are absent from school for more than a fortnight (2 weeks), their names will be struck off the rolls, and as a rule, they are not re admitted, they will have to pay the admission fee again. The principal’s decision will be final.

  • The management has right of say as to on what condition they will admit or retain the pupils in the school, in conformity with the instructions issued by the board of education to which the school is affiliated.

  • (a) Application for T.C. must be submitted by 8th April of new session. No fees will then be charged, expect charges.

  • (b) Students applying for T.C. after 8th April will have to pay all new initial school fees.

  • (c) Students attending any class in the new academic session, starting 1st April, will have to pay all fees, including first installment.

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AIM AND OBJECTIVES

The following the principal goals of the school:

  • 1. To educate the child to cope with an ever more competitive environment.
    2. To actualize the potentials of the child.
    3. To equip the child with the necessary academic learning and hands-on experience of the situations faced in life.
    4. To develop in the child an understanding of life and its challenges.
    5. To foster a respect for persons of every religion, caste and upbringing.
    6. To install an attitude of hard work and discipline for the achievement of goals.

    Modes of Education:

    Instruction / Lecture

    Globalization in every sphere of society has important implications for education. Education aims at making children capable of becoming responsible, productive and global citizens. However, our teachers are trained to use a variety of tools and techniques for assessment by continuously monitoring student’s progress in non – threatening and supportive environment.

    Projects and Research

    A child is required to wire projects, assignments, etc. on different topics according to his/her interest hereby he/she can already discover latent aptitudes and later choose them as professional students. The students will be closely monitored by the teachers.

    Regular Assessment

    The scheme of assessment related to student’s performance is based on the scholastic domain (Academics, work-experience, physical and health education and art education) and co-scholastic domain (life-skills, attitude and values and outdoor activities). Thus, the child’s progress is evaluated not only by his/her studies but also by the overall performance throughout the year. The aim is to reduce the heavy dependence on annual examinations, thereby distributing the “burden” of studies evenly throughout the year and making them less cumbersome for students.

    Audio-Visual aids

    Knowledge is enhanced through enforcement via senses. We utilize the latest technology, viz. teaching with the help of projectors, computers and virtual worlds. This ensures that students learn in ever-renewing modes of communication.

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UNIFORMS

For Pre Primary & Nursery

Boys: Half sleeved red & white check shirt, black shorts, red bow & red socks.
Girls: Half sleeved white blouse, red and white check waist coat, red bow and red socks.

For classes I to V weekdays:

Boys : Half sleeved beige shirt with brown collar and school on left breast pocket & brown paints.
Girls : Half sleeved beige blouse with brown painafore with school logo on the left lapel of the pinafore, two plaits/ponytails tied with brown ribbon / brown hair band.
For both boys and girls : school tie, school belt, brown socks and plain black shoes.
Winter : brown & beige pullovers

For classes VI & XII weekdays:

Boys : full sleeved beige shirt with brown collar & cuffs and school logo on the left breast pocket & brown full pants.
Girls : full sleeved beige blouse with brown collar & cuffs and brown pinafore with school logo on the left lapel of the pinafore, two plaits / ponytails tied with brown ribbon/ brown hair band.
For both boys and girls: school tie, school belt, brown socks and plain black shoes.
Winter : brown & beige pullovers.

Wednesdays:

Boys: half sleeved white T-shirt (As per house colours) & white pants.
Girls : half sleeved white T-shirt (As per house colours) & white skirt.
For both boys and girls : school belt, white socks and white shoes.
Winter: brown & beige pullovers.

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RULES AND REGULATIONS

  • Every pupil of this school is required to have a copy of the school manual which must be brought to school on all school days, failing which one may forfeit that day’s attendance. One should, moreover, make oneself acquainted with the rules and obey them. Ignorance of the rule will plead no excuse for it’s sanction. Result could be the child being sent home or parents being called to school.

  • Irregular attendance, habitual requests for leave, obscenity (verbal or by act), insubordination to teachers and any kind of cheating are serious misconduct. Even outside the school premises, any habits or behavior objectionable to the spirit of the school are sufficient reason for the expulsion of a pupil from the school.

  • All pupil should be habitually clean and neatly dressed. Wrong uniform or appearance in violation of regulations will not be allowed.

  • Running, playing or shouting inside the school building, particularly in the classrooms, in never allowed. Pupils should not be loitering during class hours.

  • Pupils are responsible for the safe custody of their books and belonging.

  • Care must be taken of all school property and no one should scratch or spoil desks, benches, chairs or damage any school furniture.

  • Care should be taken that the younger ones are not harmed in any way.

  • Any damage done in class or around the school premises will have to be made good by those responsible will have to be made good by those responsible fro it. The decision of the principal regarding the penalty will be final.

  • No books, newspaper, periodicals (other that the text books), transistors or mobiles should be brought to school without the approval of the premises.

  • Being an English medium school, it is expected that students speak English in the school premises.

  • For breach of any kind of school rules or norms of conduct, a pupil may be punished or fined at the discretion of the principal. Dishonesty could be penalized by expulsion from the school.

  • In case of absence, no child will be admitted to class without a leave note signed by the parent/guardian. In case of long leave, prior application should be given to the principal.

  • It may be noted that children will not be sent home in an emergency with any one who might come for them during the school hours, without a written request by the parent or guardian, whose signature will be verified from the school records.

  • Every student must possess an English dictionary and it must be brought to the school daily. A student may be sent home for not bringing the dictionary.

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  • Special care must be taken by pupils and teachers to maintain an atmosphere of silence and serious work during class hours.

  • No child will be admitted to class if he/she is suffering from infection diseases like common cold, mumps, chicken pox, measles, flu, etc.

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The innovative Math lab ensures the understanding and verification of various theories and concepts of Math by using the manipulators, interactive mathematical tools and computer interface.

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Examination and Promotion

CLASS I TO V

Continuous and comprehensive evaluation is done for each student. Students are assessed in scholastic areas through paper-pen tests, assignments projects and other activities throughout the academic session. Students are also assessed in co-scholastic areas as an on-going process.
The academic session has two Terms. The First Term will be from April to September, and Second Term from October to March. Each Term has one Periodic Test and one Terminal Examination. Apart from these, weekly tests are being conducted throughout the year. The syllabus of each test is given to the students 10 days before. Grades are also awarded for the weekly tests, projects and group activities.
TERM I: 20% + 30% = 50% TERM II: 20% + 30% = 50%; TERM I 50% + TERM II 50%. 100% Students must obtain the qualifying grade (minimum D grade) in all subjects under Scholastic and Co-scholastic areas.

CLASS VI TO VIII

An academic year has been divided into two parts. The First Term will be from April to September and Second Term from October to March. Each Term has one Periodic Test and one Terminal Examination. School follows CBSE guidelines. Therefore, 10%, 20% and 30% syllabus of Term I is included in classes VI, VII and VIII respectively for Term II. The assessment also includes weekly tests, quizzes, conversations, interviews, projects, practical assignments, class wise home work etc.

TERM I: 20% + 30% = 50% TERM II: 20% + 30% = 50%; TERM I 50% + TERM II 50%. 1.00%

CLASS IX and X

An academic year has been divided into two parts. The First Term will be from April to September and Second Term from October to March. Each Term has one Periodic Test and one Terminal Examination. Term I Examination is not counted for the result. School follows CBSE guidelines.

Internal assessment 20% + Written 80% = 100%

Internal assessment includes periodic test marks, attendance, projects, practical examinations, assignments, assessment of listening and speaking etc.

Written examination will comprise the whole syllabus.

CLASS XI andXII

Class XI Examination shall be conducted internally by the school, while class XII Examination shall be conducted by the board. The evaluation criteria for all the subjects are based on CBSE guidelines.

An academic year is divided into two Terms. The First Term will be from April to September and Second Term from October to March. Each term has one Periodic Test and one Terminal Examination.

Periodic Tests 20% + Term I 35% + Term II 45% = 100%

Internal assessment includes periodic test marks, attendance, projects, practical examinations, assignments, assessment of listening and speaking etc.

SCHOOL STAFF
S.No.NameClasses Taught FATHER/HUSBAND DobClass Experience
1 FR. ANUP KUMAR SORENG - GRAGORY SORENG 06/11/1982 PRINCIPAL 9
2 Mrs. Nayantara Singh NURSERY A RAJENDRA SINGH 03/25/1965 PRE-PRIMARY 23
3 Mrs. Rashmi Lewis NURSERY B VICTOR RICHARD LEWIS 11/03/1977 PRE-PRIMARY 13
4 Mrs. Jaymanti Kujur NURSERY C PETER KUJUR 05/06/1979 PRE-PRIMARY 16
5 Ms. Ayushi Sharma PPIA UMESH SHARMA 03/23/1992 PRE-PRIMARY 1
6 Mrs. Alisha Minj PPIB PRANAYA DEEP MINJ 03/05/1987 PRE-PRIMARY 3
7 Ms. Kiran Anjana Kerketta PPIC JAGAT RAM KERKETTA 09/03/1994 PRE-PRIMARY 1
8 Ms Priyanka Minj PPIIA PETRUS MIN 01/31/1987 PRE-PRIMARY 9
9 Mrs. Usha Singh PPIIB ASEEN ANAND SINGH 05/04/1972 PRE-PRIMARY 15
10 Mrs. Ritika Dey PPIIC LT. AVINASH DEY 12/08/1986 PRE-PRIMARY 6
11 Mrs. Roma Mishra IA RANG NATH MISHRA 07/01/1958 PRIMARY 16
12 Ms. Sujata Tirkey IB PRADEEP VIJAY TIRKEY 11/08/1993 PRIMARY 6
13 Ms Arunjyoti Xalxo IC KAMIL XALXO 02/06/1984 PRIMARY 10
14 Mrs. Sumita Dewangan IIA PEEYUSH DEWANGAN 12/12/1979 PRIMARY 3
15 Mrs. Mamta Bibay IIB M. R. BIBAY 04/21/1964 PRIMARY 28
16 Mrs. Violet Hendricks IIC KEITH HENDRICKS 02/07/1972 PRIMARY 18
17 Mrs. Sweete Vishwakarma IIIA MANISH KUMAR VISHWAKARMA 11/30/1983 PRIMARY 14
18 Mrs. Tarini Dewangan IIIB CHUDAMANI DEWANGAN 12.08.1979 PRIMARY 3
19 Mrs. Anita Xalxo IIIC JHADEYUS XALXO 06/24/1976 PRIMARY 4
20 Mrs. Nazneen Khan IVA ASLAM KHAN 12/29/1988 PRIMARY 4
21 Mrs. Varsha Rani Shrivas IVB ANISH KUMAR SHRIVAS 06/22/1986 PRIMARY 7
22 Ms. Neelam Pandey IVC R K PANDEY 10/21/1990 PRIMARY 5
23 Mrs. Calvina Namrata simon VA RAVI SIMON 05/14/1989 PRIMARY 1
24 Mr. Parvez Anwar VB LATE SYED IKRAM ALI 12/02/1965 PRIMARY 18
25 Ms. Sangeeta Roy VC H K ROY 08/06/1988 PRIMARY 4
26 Ms. Jane Madhura Tigga VIA EDMOND TIGGA 09/18/1986 MIDDLE SCHOOL 4
27 Mrs. Sheral Ansell VIB VICTOR MASIH 07/19/1967 MIDDLE SCHOOL 17
28 Mrs. Sangita Vasing VIC S R VASING 08/11/1969 MIDDLE SCHOOL 10
29 Ms. Sulekha Robertson VIIA SUNIL KUMAR ROBERTSON 08/25/1992 MIDDLE SCHOOL 4
30 Ms. Marina Lucy Burrowes VIIB ALEXANDER BURROWES 09/04/1979 MIDDLE SCHOOL 10
31 Ms. Preeti Rani VIIC Lt. BHOLE SHYAM DHIWAR 07/21/1989 MIDDLE SCHOOL 4
32 Mrs. Bala Lovett VIIIA ROBERT LOVETT 12/25/1964 MIDDLE SCHOOL 21
33 Mrs. Chitra Dutta VIIIB SANJEEV DUTTA 09/29/1978 MIDDLE SCHOOL 4
34 Mrs. Deepa Tirkey VIIIC NESTOR TIRKEY 10/16/1972 MIDDLE SCHOOL 7
35 Mrs. Jyoti Pathak IXA RISHI KANT SINGH PATHAK 07/01/1978 HIGH SCHOOL 15
36 Mr. Syed Javed Akhtar IXB SYED IKRAM ALI 06/08/1961 HIGH SCHOOL 11
37 Mrs. Rupali Paul IXC ARUP PAL 03/13/1987 HIGH SCHOOL 2
38 Mrs. Rittika Chhabra XA RAVI CHHABRA 07/21/1984 HIGH SCHOOL 11
39 Mrs. Neetu Mishra XB LATE SANDEEP MISHRA 03/05/1977 HIGH SCHOOL 17
40 Mrs.Padma Iyer XC R. S. S. IYER 06/17/1968 HIGH SCHOOL 30
41 Mr. Arvind Beck XIA ALEXANDER BECK 21.06.1990 HIGH SCHOOL 1
42 Mrs. Teena Mathew XIB AJI MATHEW 03/23/1982 HIGH SCHOOL 11
43 Ms. Deepanjali Soni XIC RAMESH KUMAR SONI 01/21/1993 HIGH SCHOOL 7
44 Mr. Vikas Lakra XIIA WILLIAM LAKRA 03/12/1981 HIGH SCHOOL 6
45 Mrs. Alka Agrawal XIIB M. K. AGRAWAL 03/16/1966 HIGH SCHOOL 28
46 Mr. Ashish Tiwari XIIC S P TIWARI 03/05/1975 HIGH SCHOOL 18
47 Ms Rajeshwari Chandra SPORTS SANJAY CHANDRA 06/09/1986 HIGH SCHOOL 10
48 Mr. Asif Ali SPORTS NAJEEB ALI 07/10/1988 HIGH SCHOOL 7
49 Ms. Kanta Kujur SPORTS NOHARSAI KUJUR 05-06.1993 HIGH SCHOOL 3
50 Mr. Harish Kumar Patel SPORTS HARISH PATEL 02/09/1992 HIGH SCHOOL 2
51 Ms Camlina RAM SUB. TEACH. ASHWIN RAM 09/25/1985 HIGH SCHOOL 9
52 Mr. Benedict Ekka SUB. TEACH. TARCISUS EKKA 02/27/1984 HIGH SCHOOL 9
53 Mrs. Barkha Saraf SUB. TEACH. S. K SARAF 06/15/1979 HIGH SCHOOL 15
54 Mrs. Deepa Gupta SUB. TEACH. AKSHAT KUMAR GUPTA 06/26/1987 HIGH SCHOOL 1
55 Ms. Shweta Ghuriyani SUB. TEACH. BHARESH GHURIYANI 10/06/1992 HIGH SCHOOL 9
56 Mrs. Kiran Tirkey SUB. TEACH. PLACIDIUS TIRKEY 04/18/1969 HIGH SCHOOL 19
57 Mrs. Jayanti Minj SUB. TEACH. LALIT KUMAR MINJ 07/18/1971 HIGH SCHOOL 9
58 Mrs. Preeti Tiwari SUB. TEACH. LAXMIKANT TIWARI 02/28/1976 HIGH SCHOOL 12
59 Ms. Abhilasha Sadhu SUB. TEACH. Lt. A.R. SADHU 08/09/1995 HIGH SCHOOL 1
60 Mrs. Sandhya Pandey SUB. TEACH. JAY HARSH PANDEY 08/14/1983 HIGH SCHOOL 3
61 Ms. Nikita Toppo SUB. TEACH. DAYAL TOPPO 07/11/1991 HIGH SCHOOL 4
62 Ms. Celine Ekka SUB. TEACH. DAUD EKKA 12/31/1962 HIGH SCHOOL 28
63 Mrs. Neelam Minj LAB ASST. ANURAG MINJ 09/05/1987 HIGH SCHOOL 5
64 Mr. Uttam Vastrakar LAB ATT. GHANSHYAM VASTRAKAR 10/04/1985 HIGH SCHOOL 11
65 Mrs. Rose Bela Ekka LAB ATT. VIMAL KISPOTTA 09/08/1985 HIGH SCHOOL 1
66 Mrs. Jyoti Bala Pandey LIBRARIAN AMITABH TIWARI 11/19/1967 HIGH SCHOOL 12
67 Mrs. Shalini Bagga MUSIC R.C. BHASIN 12/09/1978 HIGH SCHOOL 11
68 Mr. Shankar Lal Gond MUSIC RAJENDRA KUMAR GOND 02/02/1990 HIGH SCHOOL 1
69 Mr. Vijay Kumar Sahu COMP. PHEKU LAL SAHU 06/26/1980 HIGH SCHOOL 3
70 Ms. Neelam Sharma DANCE J R SHARMA 09/02/1995 HIGH SCHOOL 1
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The state of the art Computer centre provides ample opportunities to students to get an exposure to IT environment and learn to use various tools and software in their daily life. Less predictably, perhaps, there is a wealth of relevant software available for subjects as Languages and Music. The superbly equipped Computer Lab includes a Distance-Learning Studio for access to a wealth of curriculum and teaching from some of the best institutions in the world.

INFRASTRUCTURE DETAILS

S. No.
Room
Number
Size
Length (in sq. Mtrs.)
Breadth (in sq. Mtrs.) 
1
Class Room 
31
930
775
2
Composite Science Lab 
1
30
25
3
Physics Lab 
1
30
25
4
Chemistry Lab 
1
30
25
5
Biology Lab 
1
30
25
6
Maths Lab 
1
30
25
7
Computer Science Lab 
1
30
25
8
Home Science Lab 
0
0
0
9
Library 
1
30
25
10
Other Rooms 
11
330
275
Physical Size
Area of Campus  
(in sq. Mtrs.)  
6075.8562
(in Acres.)  
4.18
Built up Area in (in sq. Mtrs.)  
90528
Whether the School at one site or two site
two
Area of Playground (in sq. Mtrs.)  
199.34
Building
Library
Palyground
Science Lab
Computer Lab
Others
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For Pre - Primary :
Monday to Saturday
Nursery 8.00 AM - 11.00 AM
P.P - I 8.00 AM - 11.00 AM
P.P - II 8.00 AM - 11.00 AM
For Class I to X :
Monday to Friday
ARRIVAL   7.30 AM
ASSEMBLY   7.40 AM
1st Period 8. 00 AM - 8.45 AM
2nd Period 8.45 AM - 9.25 AM
3rd Period 9.25 AM - 10.05 AM
1st Recess 10.05 AM - 10.25 AM
4th Period 10.25 AM - 11.05 AM
5th Period 11.05 AM - 11.45 AM
6th Period 11.45 AM - 12.20 AM
2nd Recess 12.20 PM - 12.30 PM
7th Period 12.30 PM - 1.05 PM
8th Period 1.05 PM - 1.40 PM
For Class XI to XII :
Monday to Friday
ARRIVAL   7.30 AM
ASSEMBLY   7.40 AM
1st Period 8. 00 AM - 8.45 AM
2nd Period 8.45 AM - 9.25 AM
3rd Period 9.25 AM - 10.05 AM
1st Recess 10.05 AM - 10.25 AM
4th Period 10.25 AM - 11.05 AM
5th Period 11.05 AM - 11.45 AM
6th Period 11.45 AM - 12.20 AM
Teachers Leave at 2.00 PM
Satutday
ARRIVAL   7.40 AM
ASSEMBLY   7.45 AM
1st Period 8.00 AM - 8.50 AM
2nd Period 8.50 AM - 9.30 AM
3rd Period 9.30 AM - 10.10 AM
Recess 10.10 AM - 10.20 AM
4th Period 10.20 AM - 10.55 AM
5th Period 10.55 AM - 11.30 AM
Teacher's Leave at 12:30 PM
Office Timings : (Monday to Friday)
School Office : 8.00 AM - 12.20 PM
Principal's meet to Students : 8.00 AM - 8.30 AM
Principal's meet to Parents : 9.00 AM - 10.00 AM
Teacher's meet to Parents : 01.40 PM - 02.00 PM
Manager's Office Timings : 8.30 AM - 10.00 AM
(Office cloased for parents on Saturdays)
Meeting Class Teachers : 11.30 AM - 11.50 AM (Every Second & fourth Saturday)

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