1. The Management, acting through the Principal, reserves the right to resigning the charge of any pupil, who is deemed unsatisfactory. In such cases the principal is not bound to give any reason.

2. Latecomers and absentees must enter their late-for-school record in the diary, to be signed by the teachers and parents respectively.

3. The parents must formally ask for, any leave taken.

4. In case of long leave, prior written permission of the principal must be obtained. In case of illness, (for more than three days) a medical certificate must be submitted within three days of absence.

5. Pupils are strictly forbidden to leave the school premises during the regular school hours. Permission to do so may be granted only by the Principal/Administrator and the respective Headmistresses. (for emergency only)

6. Irregular attendance, habitual idleness, neglect of homework, disobedience and disrespect towards the members of the school staff will be dealt with severely.

7. Attendance is compulsory on the first day of a new academic session and on the day before and the day after the summer/winter break. (for each academic year) Failure of the student to attend classes on the above-mentioned days would lead to a fine of Rs. 500.

8. Attendance, adding up to 75% of the total number of working days, is compulsory for students.

9. Under exceptional circumstances only private tutors should be employed, with the written permission of the Principal. Teachers in this school are not permitted to give private tuition to the pupils of their own classes.

10. Pupils who are accompanied by attendants should never leave school alone. In case of a delay, they should report to the school office. Pupils must be picked up punctually after school hours.

11. Parents and guardians are not allowed to visit their wards or teachers in the classroom without the permission of the Principal/Administrator or the respective Headmistresses.

12. Pupils must understand that a school is judged by the discipline and conduct of its students. They should always be polite and courteous to their teachers and elders and treat helpers with respect.

13. Any kind of damage done to the school premises must be made good and will be viewed seriously by the authorities.


1. Students are not permitted to use the telephone except in urgent cases and with permission.

2. While changing classrooms between periods, pupils should move in silence and in an orderly and disciplined manner.

3. All items belonging to the student must have his/her name.

4. The school is not responsible for goods or money lost. Students are requested not to wear expensive watches. Money should not be borrowed, lent or articles of any nature exchanged.

5. When the school is in session, the students are strictly forbidden to leave the class without the teacher’s permission or the school premises without a gate-pass.

6. No Cell-phones are permitted in school.

7. Inappropriate magazines, book and other print/digital materials should not, under and circumstances, be brought to school.

8. We believe our boys are gentlemen and so we discourage abusive language, which offers disrespect to anyone. Derogatory remarks pertaining to one’s appearance, culture, religion etc., are frowned upon and stem action will be taken if there is an infringement of this rule.

9. Any expensive item brought to school will be confiscated and returned only at the end of the term.

10. Care should be taken not to disfigures or damage school property.

11. Any loss or damage of school property due to destruction/ carelessness of a student will lead to the imposition of fine and recovery of cost.

12. The management would view with grave concern the consumption of alcohol or substance abuse of any sort and seeks the active co-operation of parents.

13. Each child is under our care and protection. We attempt to see that violence is not done either to or by him. Bullying and ragging will not be condoned.

examination system


Criteria for promotion I TO VII: - The practice of assessments is an integral part of the learning process that has the capacity to benefit both the learners as well as the educational system by giving credible feedback.

According to the CBSE Guidelines (Circular No.: - Acad-14/2017; dated Mar21, 2017), the New Assessment Structure for the academic year 2017-18 and onwards would be as explained below.

In the new Assessment Structure, the entire academic year is divided into two terms. For the purpose of gradient learning one periodic Assessment followed by Terminal exam in each term will be conducted by the school. The portion of the syllabus assessed in each assessment will be cumulative, this generally increasing portion of contents would prepare students acquire confidence for appearing in the Annual Examination.

Components of New Assessment Structure

I. Scholastic areas include: -

1. Written Exams- [Periodic Assessment (PA-1, PA-2) + Two Term End Exam (Half Yearly Exam, Annual Exam)]

2. Notebook Submission.

3. Subject Enrichment activities.

II. Co-scholastic areas include: -

1. Work Experience/ Pre-Vocational Education.

2. Art Education- (V/P Arts)

3. Health and Physical Education-(Sports/Yoga)

III. DISCIPLINE include: -

1. Attendance

2. Sincerity

3. Behavior

4. Values


Type of Assessment


%age of weightage in each Term



Periodic Assessment-1

30% of annual syllabus

P.A. = 10%

I.A. =10%

Term Exam = 80%

Internal Assessment-1

Notebook Submission and Subject Enrichment Activities in Term-I

Half Yearly Exam.

50% of Annual Syllabus



Periodic Assessment-2

30% of Term-II Syllabus

Total = 100%

Internal Assessment-2

Notebook Submission and Subject Enrichment Activities in Term-II

Annual Examination


Entire Term-II Syllabus


10% of Term-I Syllabus + Entire Term-II Syllabus


20% of Term-I Syllabus + Entire Term-II Syllabus


30% of Term-I Syllabus + Entire Term-II Syllabus

NOTE: - Each Internal Assessment will include Notebook Submission and Subject Enrichment Activities.

The student performance shall be assessed using conventional method of numerical marking in answer books- English, Hindi, Maths, Science, Social Sciences, Computer and Third Language (Sanskrit/French).

Marks will be awarded in each Assessment and the same will appear in the report card under Scholastic domain.

Co-Scholastic and Discipline areas attainments will be graded on five-point scale (shown in the table below).


Grade Point




Very Good



Minimum qualifying marks in all subjects under Scholastic Domain is 33% of the Max. Marks.

The students who obtain qualifying marks (33% & above) in all subjects shall be awarded a qualifying certificate.

Students who obtain marks below 33% shall have to improve their performance through one subsequent (Compartment) attempt and then after, gets qualifying marks shall be eligible for promotion to the next class.

Any students who obtain Compartment can attend new/next class but attendance will not be given in the new class. He/She will be promoted to the next class after the compartment is qualified.

Attendance for both periodic assessments and annual exam for classes I onwards is compulsory.

A) Students who miss periodic assessments-

i. Will be given one chance in case of medical emergency only. [Medical to be submitted on the day of exam. To the class teacher].

ii. In case of any student participating in an activity (at least of the zonal level), average will be marked.

iii. For any other reason absent will be marked.

On the days when periodic assessments are held, attendance for the full day is essential. Students will NOT be permitted to take the periodic assessments and return home.

If the child is unwell he should stay at home. Parents should send their Ward only is he/she can stay in school for the full day or else he will not be permitted to take the periodic assessment.

Students found using unfair means during any periodic assessments or annual exam will not be allowed to sit for any other assessment. (In case such unfair means are used, the previous assessments of that exam set are liable to be cancelled).

For class XI and XII the evaluation will be done as per CBSE guidelines.

Criteria for Awards of Scholar Badge.

Classes: I onwards

Required grades: 90% and above marks in all subjects for 3 consecutive years.


According to the CBSE Guidelines (Circular No.: - Acad-05/2017; Dated Jan. 31,2017): The New Assessment Structure for the academic year 2017-18 and onwards would be as explained below.

1. No Semester System: Annual Examination (Board Exam for Class X) will take place at the end of the session covering the complete syllabus.

2. Scholastic Area:

i. Students will be graded in 8 point grading scale.

ii. Final result will comprise the marks of annual examination (Board Exam for Class X) 80 marks and internal assessment – 20 marks.

iii. Annual Examination (Board Exam For Class X) will be conducted of 80 Marks in which students need to secure 33% (27 Marks)

iv. Internal Assessment comprise of Periodic Tests (10 Marks). Notebook maintenance (5 Marks) and subject Enrichment Activity (5 Marks) out of which students need to secure 33% (7 Marks).

Internal Assessment

a) Periodic Tests need to be conducted thrice a year including the portion cumulatively. Periodic Tests can be conducted thrice a year including the portion cumulatively. Periodic Tests can be conducted out of 50 Marks and average of the best two out of 10 will be added in the internal assessment.

b) Internal assessment can be completed as follows: -

i. Regularity

ii. Assignment Completion

iii. Neatness and upkeep of notebook

c) Subject Enrichment Activities: will comprise of techniques like ASL/Reading/Dictation / Debate/Public Speaking etc. for language, Lab Activities/Projects/Maps Work/Model Making/Field Trips etc. which need to be conducted during the teaching-learning process.

3. Co-scholastic Area:

i. Co-scholastic activities will be assessed on a 5-point (A-E) grading scale by the concerned teacher framing effective tools for the same.

ii. Grading will not have any descriptive indictors and students will not be upgraded bases on the co-scholastic grades.

iii. Co-scholastics area will cover work education/Pre vocational education/Art education/Health and physical education.

4. Students will be graded by the teachers for discipline in a 5-point (A-E) grading scale considering the attendance, sincerity, behavior and values.


1) For class XI and XII the evaluation will be done as per CBSE guidelines.

2) A student will be promoted to class-XII, only if he/she scores passing marks (33%) separately in the grand total of Theory and Practical exam of each subject.

3) A pass mark in each of the five subjects in mandatory. (Passing in additional Subjects is desirable).

4) If a student fails to obtain qualifying score at the most in two subjects, he/she will be given one chance to take the compartment exam. If the compartment exam is not cleared, he/she will be required to repeat same class during next academic year.

5) Weightage for the Term-I is 30% and for the Term-II is 70%.

6) Pass grade in work Experience, Physical & Health Education and General studies.

7) Minimum required attendance.






May01, 2017-May 15, 2017



July 19, 2017-July 31, 2017





Aug. 04, 2017- Aug. 18, 2017



Sept. 13, 2017- Sept. 27, 2017







Dec. 04, 2017- Dec. 15, 2017





Jan. 10, 2018- Jan. 24, 2018





Feb. 01, 2018- Feb. 14, 2018

Feb. 20, 2018- Feb. 05, 2018






Mar.05, 2018- Mar. 16, 2018

Dates to be declared later (as per C.B.S.E)

NOTE: -School reserves the right to make slight modification in case of unforeseen circumstances.

Format of Leave Application

The Principal

Tulips International School


Delhi – 110039

Dear Madam,

This is to inform you that my son/daughter…………………………………………….. Class………………………Section…………………………………Roll No……………………… will be absent from the school on the following date/dates: ……………………………



I request that my ward may be granted the leave of absence


Yours truly


(Parent/Guardian) Date: ………………

For Office Use Only

Teacher’s Recommendation: ……………………………………………………………………………


Teacher’s Signature

Principal’s Decision:

Leave Granted: Yes/No

Principal’s Remarks:……………………………….……………………………………………………….. ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...

Principal’s Signature

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Guidelines for parents

The School expects that you will…

· Be available, if it is necessary, to discuss aspects of your child’s behavior at school. His discipline record is in this book.

· Sign messages, progress reports or other similar documents when requested to do so, to avoid putting your child through any inconvenience.

· Check the School Diary daily, as it forms a link between the school and the parents. A separate calendar comes with this diary.

· Ensure that your son is not absent on the first or last day of the school term without prior permission and that any leave taken from school is duly explained in the diary.


Team spirit and leadership are the two important aspects of character building and the focus points behind the formation of the students’ council.

Our council consists of 22 students.


Vice Head- Girl/Boy

House Captain- Girl/Boy

Vice caption – Girl/Boy

Each house 2 prefects- Girl/Boy

Sports captain

Vice sports captain


1. Students securing minimum of 70% marks as aggregate in class X are eligible to apply for the post of appointments.

2. Students who have studied in this school from VI onwards are only eligible for the post of Head boy/girl.

3. Any student who has got yellow card at any point of time is not eligible for any post.

4. Any student who has been caught cheating in any examination is not eligible for any post.

5. For Sports appointment the student must have secured minimum 50% marks as aggregate in class X. He/She should have represented the school and been an outstanding sports person.


The school expects students dress and groom to reflect high standards of personal conduct and that each pupil’s attire promotes a safe and a positive atmosphere within the school. To maintain uniformity parents are advised to buy the uniform from the authorized source only.




Trousers (IV-XII)/Shorts (I-III)-Blue

Shirt -Blue with pin strips (H.S)

Socks -Royal Blue with strips

Shoes -Black leather (BATA)

Belt -Royal Blue with strip and school logo


Trousers -Blue

Shirt -Blue with pin strips (H.S)

Socks -Royal Blue with strips

Shoes -Black leather (BATA)

Belt -Royal Blue with strip and school logo



Track Pants -Black with house color stripes

T-shirt -White (with house color collar + sleeve band)

Socks - Royal Blue + White Strips

Shoes - White Keds (BATA)




Trousers -Grey

Shirt -White (F.S)

Socks -Grey

Pullover -Blue with white strip

Blazer -Blue with School logo

Shoes -Black leather


Trousers -Blue

Shirt -White (F.S)

Socks -Royal Blue + with strips

Pullover -Blue with white strip

Blazer -Blue with School logo

Shoes -Black leather (BATA)

Belt -Royal Blue with strip



Winter Uniform as mentioned above

Shoes - White Keds (BATA)


To include and imbibe the spirit of teamwork and a sense of responsibility the students of the school are divided into four houses namely Guru Nanak, Kabir, Tagore and Dayanand, after famous and renowned historical personalities. One boy and one girl known as house captain head each house. A member of the staff assisted by several other teachers is the house in charge. The students participate in various activities e.g. arranging display boards, conducting Assembly, helping to maintain school discipline, organizing school functions, National festivals etc. A host of inter house competitions is held throughout the academic year. The performance is evaluated on regular basis and a trophy is awarded annually to the best house of the year.


1. Guru Nanak House

House In Charge Ms. Soniya Madaan (senior)

Ms. Shilpa (junior)

Ms. Sangeeta Ms. Anita Katy Mr. Parmod Singh

Ms. Sarika Mehta Ms. Aastha

Ms. Deepa Parasher TGT- Dance

Ms. Jyoti PGT- Maths

2. Kabir House

House In Charge Mr. Manoj Chawla (senior)

Ms. Sheetal (junior)

Ms. Kiran Mishra Ms. Neha Gupta

Ms. Shilpi Mr. Suresh

Ms. Tanushree Mr. R.K. Sharma

Mr. Bal Krishan Poddar Mr. Arun Kaushik

3. Tagore House

House In Charge Ms. Surekha (senior)

Ms. Manisha (junior)

Ms.Monika Ms. Rachna Ms. Neelima

Ms.Shweta Sinha Mr. Shiv Kumar Sharma

Mr. Vaseem Mr. Kuldeep Singh

Mr. Sandeep Ms. Poonam

4. Dayanand House

House In Charge Ms. Neetu Jain (senior)

Ms. Tannu(junior)

Mr. Sanjeev PGT-Chemistry

Ms.Shweta Kaushik Ms. Savita

Ms.Richa Gupta Mr. Manish Ms. Neetu

Ms. Jyoti Mr. Satender Kumar


1. April - Tagore

May - Dayanand

July - Tagore

August - Guru Nanak

September - Kabir

October - Dayanand

November - Guru Nanak

December - Kabir

January - Tagore

February - Dayanand


a) Independence Day Celebration – Guru Nanak

(14 August, 2017 Monday)

b) Diwali Celebration – Dayanand

(17 October 2017, Tuesday)

c) Christmas Celebration – Kabir

(22 December 2017, Friday)

d) Republic Day Celebration – Tagore

(25 January 2018, Thursday)


Earth Day – 21 April 2017 (Friday)

Founder’s Day – 15 July 2017(Saturday)

Hindi Diwas – 14 September 2017(Thursday)

Children’s day – 14 November 2017 (Tuesday)


Teacher’s Day Celebration – 5 September 2017(Tuesday)

Farewell – 3 February 2018(Saturday)


The school owns CNG buses. It has also to depend on private operator partially. Bus service provided by them may develop snags occasionally and the parents should not think unkindly of the school for such interruptions. In case a student is delayed in reaching home the parents should not get unduly panicked but should immediately inform the school reception because the school takes care of the students till they reach home. No effort for the safety of the student is spared but the school should not be held responsible for any other unforeseen circumstances. The responsibility of boarding the child into the bus and receiving him/her after the bus drops him/her will be that of the guardians. For withdrawal of facility one month’s notice is a must.


1. All students should obey the respective staff/ monitors and the driver and conductor of their buses.

2. In-case of any mishaps in the bus; please inform the school office immediately. (Ph. No. 9555288838, 9555188838)

3. Misbehavior in the bus, violence in the school and damage to property is considered a major disciplinary violation. Reports of violence in any form in or out of the school shall result in the rustication of the pupil concerned.

4. Safety saves, so avoid travelling on footboards and making any unnecessary movement in the bus.

5. Travel with the permission of the concerned authority in the bus.

6. Do not get on/off the bus while it’s moving, or at the signals/crossings, etc.

7. Indiscipline behavior in the school bus will result in the student’s bus pass being revoked.

8. Bullying, use of foul language and carrying objectionable material are all punishable offences.


Parents are advised to inform the school in writing, in case their child is allergic to any of the following medicines used for First-Aid.

1. Spasmidon, Pudin Hara, : Stomach ache

Hajmola & Digene.

2. Crocin : Fever, cold & body ache

3. Honitus, Soalin & Vicks : Cough

4. Avil, Cetrizine & Cet-Cip : Allergies

5. Pain Balm & Disprin, Saridon : Headache

6. Domastal, Stemetil, Perinorm : Vomiting

& Avomine

7. Dettol, Savlon, Betadine : External Application

Any other specific allergies and ailments must be notified below.

The following period of isolation is recommended for the chronic ailments, which must be notified.

Measles : 5 days after the rashes disappear

Mumps : 1 week after the swelling goes down

Chicken pox : till all the blisters dry and fall off.

Conjunctivitis : till no white discharge comes out of the eyes.

Parents need to submit the medical fitness certificate of the child at the time of rejoining school is case of his/her absences for more than three days.

Note : Authorities by Parents/ Guardians to secure treatment for their ward in case of emergency.

In the event that I cannot reach school in an emergency, I hereby give my permission to the school to secure treatment for my child.


1. The Principal reserves herself the right to refuse admission to any child without having to furnish a reason.

2. Formal admission is complete only after the principal has considered the application form; the parent informed of her decision and the principal signs the admission card. Ordinarily this is issued after an interview. The paying of the prescribed admission fee does not in itself, satisfy the conditions for admission.

3. No pupil will be admitted to the school without a transfer certificate from the last school, which he/she attended.

4. For the withdrawal of a pupil from the school, a calendar month’s notice must be given in writing, otherwise a calendar month’s fees will be charged. A full year’s fees shall however be charged for any withdrawal that occurs after 120 days of the commencement of the academic year. The same rule shall apply for any withdrawal from the School-bus service.

5. The School Management, acting through the Principal will request the withdrawal of a pupil who fails for TWO consecutive years in the same class.

6. Transfer Certificate can be obtained only after all the dues have been paid. Duplicate copies of transfer certificate are ordinarily not issued. In special cases such certificates will be issued after verification, on payment of Rs. 100/-.

7. A duplicate copy of the report card can be obtained on payment of Rs. 100/-

8. Duplicate transcripts will only be made available to a student if a photocopy of the originals is attached.

9. Students who remain absent without prior sanction for TWO consecutive school weeks shall be struck off the rolls without explanation.