School Rules and Regulations

ACADEMIC SESSION

In accordance with the Central Board of Secondary Education, Delhi, the school
observes the academic session from April to March.
” First Term : April to September.
” Second Term : October to March.
The school observes Summer Vacation, Deepawali Vacation and Winter Vacation.

SCHOOL TIMINGS

Playway to U.K.G. (Monday to Friday)

Summer Timings: – 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Winter Timings: – 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Class-I (Monday to Friday)

Summer Timings: – 9:00 a.m. to 2:20 p.m.
Winter Timings: – 9:00 a.m. to 2:20 p.m.

Classes II to XII (Monday to Saturday)

Summer Timings: – 7:50 a.m. to 2:20 p.m.
Winter Timings: – 8:15 a.m. to 2:20 p.m.
Students should come to school not before 7:45a.m. (Summer) 8:00a.m. (Winter)

SCHOOL ACCOUNTS OFFICE (Public Dealing):- 8:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

VISITING HOURS

Parents and guardians are not allowed to walk into the classrooms to consult
teachers during the school working hours. They may meet the Principal / Teachers
during the Parent Teacher Meeting held as per schedule or during the Visiting
Hours given below:

Principal’s Visiting Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
Teachers’ Visiting Hours: 2:10 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.

REGISTRATION AND ADMISSION

1. The school prepares the students for All India Secondary / Senior School
Certificate Examination of CBSE for class es X and XII.
2. Admission is open to all, having attained the minimum age of three years,
irrespective of caste, creed or social status.
3. The name of the child may be registered for admission to classes Playway to
XII. Parents should complete all formalities for admission within ten (10)
working days after Registration. Registration does not guarantee admission.

4. At the time of admission to class Playway to K.G., parents are required to
submit a Birth Certificate from the “Registrar of Births” as proof of age. For
other Classes list of documents required may be collected from the Reception .
5. Admission to Class I to VIII will be based on the previous class results.
6. Admission to Class IX & XI will be based on the previous class result and
admission test.
7. Admission to Class X & XII will be based on the result of Class IX and Class XI
respectively and an admission test, as per the norms of CBSE.
8. Students who excel in sports will be given weightage for admission.
9. Admissions are subject to vacancies.
10.Students migrating from other schools must submit:
a. Transfer Certificate/School Leaving Certificate in original duly
countersigned by the authority of the respective board (other than CBSE
affiliated school).
b. Photo Copy of Progress Report Card/DMC attested by the Principal of
previous School.
c. Photocopy of the Transfer Certificate/School Leaving Certificate and
Registration Card attested by the Principal of previous school.
11.The admission of a child to the school means complete acceptance by the
Parents/Guardians of the school rules laid down/amended from time to time.
12.All disputes are subject to U.T. Chandigarh jurisdiction.

EXAMINATION AND PROMOTION

1. Marks obtained in internal assessments, Unit tests and Terminal examinations
are added for promotion. It is essential that a student secures 33% marks in each
subject for promotion to the next class.
2. Promotion from Class V, VIII, IX and XI will be as per the rules of RTE /CBSE
Examination system. It is essential that a student secures 33% marks in each
subject. A student who fails in one subject will be given one additional
opportunity for re-examination. If he/she fails in the re-examination, the child
will be detained in the same class.
3. The student who fails in two subjects will not be promoted to the next class.
4. When students are ill, they should not be sent to the school. In case of illness the
final result in respect of such students will be declared on the basis of Term
work and general performance during the session.
5. If a student does not appear in a Test / Examination without prior permission,
Re-examination charges will be charged as per school rules.
6. Reappear and Re-evaluation charges will be charged as per school rules.
7. During examination if a candidate is found using mobile phones, smart gadgets,
copying material or any other unfair means, he/she will be detained.

WITHDRAWALS

1. In case parents wish to withdraw their child, they must apply for the Transfer
Certificate.
2. Transfer Certificate will be issued within seven working days of the request
subject to clearance of all dues.
3. Duplicate T.C./Report Card/Certificate etc. will be issued on payment as per
School Rules.
4. For refund, please refer to “Fee Refund Rules”.

ATTENDANCE / LEAVE

1. Attendance of 75% of the total number of working days of the school in an
academic year is compulsory. No pupil shall be eligible to appear in School /
Board examination unless he/she puts in the required percentage of attendance.
This rule holds good in respect of all classes. Parents are particularly
requested to take note of this rule.
2. If a student remains absent for six working days his/her name shall be struck off
from the school rolls and the student may be readmitted only at the discretion of
the Principal. The readmission charges will be charged as per school rules
3. Once a student joins his/her class on a working day he/she will not be permitted
to leave the school during school hours, except in case of emergency. Parents
should come personally to take their ward with the permission of the Principal.
4. Leave of absence will not ordinarily be granted on the first and the last day of
the school term.
5. Attendance on the first day of school after vacation is compulsory. If a child is
not present on the reopening day after vacation, a fine of Rs. 100/- per day shall
be levied. Non-availability of reservation will not be accepted as an excuse for
absence on the reopening day.
6. All applications for leave should be addressed to the Principal and submitted to
the class teacher, on or before the day the leave is requested.
7. No pupil shall absent himself/herself from the class without obtaining prior
permission of the class teacher. If prior permission cannot be sought on grounds
of health or unforeseen circumstances, an application for leave must be sent to
the class teacher, not later than the following day. The Vice Principal may
sanction leave up to three days and leave for more than three days will be
sanctioned by the Principal.
8. A medical certificate shall invariably support all applications for leave on
medical grounds for more than two days.

PAYMENT SCHEDULE (School Fee)

1. For payment of fee, we have our account with Central Bank of India, S.C.O.
30, Sector 18-C, Chandigarh and HDFC BANK LTD, Sector 19, Chandigarh.
2. Due Dates for payment of fee:

 

Instalment: Month – Due Date
1st Instalment: April – June April 10th
2nd Instalment: July – September July 10th
3rd Instalment: October – December October 10th
4th Instalment: January – March January 10th

3. PAYMENT: –

a. Parents depositing full school Tuition Fee for the session by April 30th or at
the time of fresh admission shall be eligible for 5% cash back.
b. Fee/Tuition Fee is liable to be paid for twelve (12) months. Students of Class
XI joining in July/August shall pay Fee/Tuition Fee for twelve (12) months
i.e. from April for the session.
c. The second sibling will be given 10% concession on the annual tuition fee.
d. Payments by Cheque without late fee will be accepted by 7th of the Month. In
case payment is made by cheque, Name of Student, Admission No, Class and
Telephone No. should be written at the back of the cheque. If the cheque is
dishonoured, Bank charges fine of Rs. 250/- (over and above the late fee
fine) will be applicable.
e. If the due date for payment of fee is on a bank holiday, the fee will be
accepted on the next working day without late fee fine. The Bank is open on
all working days irrespective of school holidays.
f. If fee is not received by the 10th of the month, a fine of Rs. 100/- shall be
levied. till the 30th of the month.
A registered notice will be sent, thereafter, on 10th of the next month the student will be
struck off the rolls and s/he will not be allowed to:
I. Attend the classes
II. The student will be readmitted on payment of readmission charges along with fine as
per school rules, at the discretion of the Principal.
III. Result will be withheld
g. Taxes, if any levied by the Government will be charged extra.

4. Online Fee Payment:

We are pleased to inform that for the convenience and safety of parents, school fee may be
paid online.
Parents may pay school fee online by downloading “School Pad App” application from
Play store on android devices and App store on Apple devices.
Parents may also visit our school website www.npschd.com and click on school ERP
(E-Payment) link or directly login to School Pad App.
In both cases, User ID and Password will be sent by school through SMS on the
registered mobile number of parents.
Payment Mode: Net banking, Credit Card, Debit Card and UPI

If you have any questions, please send an email to accounts@npschd.com with student’s
admission number or contact to accounts office (Mobile. No. 7087413014).

Payment Mode: Net banking, Credit Card, Debit Card.
Parents may also make NEFT/E Fee Transfer as per details given below and
inform the School authorities through Email: accounts@npschd.com with
student’s details.

BANK HDFC BANK LTD.
IFSC CODE HDFC0009034
BRANCH NAME HDFC BANK LTD.
ADDRESS S.C.F.-17, Sector 19-D, Chandigarh – 160019
CONTACT NO. 0172-4569091
CITY CHANDIGARH
STATE U.T. CHANDIGARH
ACCOUNT NAME THE NEW PUBLIC SCHOOL
SCHOOL Fee Account Number 50200038072422

FEE REFUND RULES

1. After admission, if parents wish to withdraw the child, fee will be refunded as
follows:
a. Admission charges are non – refundable.
b. If application is received during mid-session, on or before 7th of the month,
fee for the month will be charged.
c. If application is received during mid-session, after 7th of the month, fee for
the next month will also be charged.
2. Those who wish to withdraw in the month of May (before the summer vacation),
shall pay the fee for the month of June as well.
3. Those who wish to withdraw after the academic session should inform the school
in writing by 15th March – failing which fee for the next month will be charged.

INJURY

The School shall not be liable for any damages/charges on account of injuries, fatal
or otherwise, which may be sustained by the student at any time during his/her stay
in the school, while taking part in studies, sports, tracks, tours, excursions and
extracurricular activities, within or outside the school premises. All expenses for
treatment in such cases will be borne by the Parents/Guardians.

SCHOOL TRANSPORT FACILITY

1. Transport of the ward to and from the school is entirely the responsibility of the
parents.

2. Private transporters have been identified to provide Van and Bus services for the
school students. The transport facility provided is purely optional and may be
utilized by parents only if it meets with their requirement and suits their needs.
3. Private transporter shall collect the Transport Fee / Charges from the parents.
4. The school only facilitates coordination of parents and transporters. Complaints
if any should be addressed to the Transport In charge, Mr. Ravinder Sethi
(Mob. 9316119486) and Mr.Jasvir Singh (Mob 9888559395)

NOTE:

1. Transport is provided to the students, on request, subject to feasibility. No
special facility will be provided for any student.
2. Transport Fee will be charged bimonthly (April-May, June-July, Aug-Sep,
Oct-Nov, Dec-Jan & Feb-Mar).
3. To discontinue the facility during Mid-Session, a written application must be
submitted to the transporter giving a month’s notice.
4. Fee for eleven and a half months in a year is charged from students availing
the facility of school transport.
5. If a child avails the bus facility even for a day of the month the bus charges
will have to be paid as per the instalment of that particular period.
6. One time Insurance charges of Rs 200/- will be levied at the beginning of the
session.
7. For single side bus facility, the charges shall be 75% of the bus charges.
8. Student indulging in aggressive or violent behaviour will not be allowed to
use transport facility.
9. Bus facility cannot be discontinued after November.

SCHOOL UNIFORM

A sample of the uniform is displayed at school reception for your reference.

SUMMER UNIFORM

Classes PW – UKG
1. T-Shirt – White (with insignia)
2. Shorts – Mixture Grey (for boys).
3. Divided Skirt – Mixture Grey (for girls)
4. Under Turban – Maroon(for boys)

Classes I – V
1. Shirt (half sleeves) – White (with insignia).
2. Shorts – Mixture Grey (for boys).
3. Tunic – Mixture Grey (for girls).
4. Under Turban – Maroon(for boys).
5. Cycling Shorts – Black (for girls).
6. Shoes (plain with laces) – Black.

7. Socks/Belt – As per School specification.

Classes VI – X
1. Shirt (half sleeves) – White (with insignia).
2. Trouser – Mixture Grey (for boys).
3. Trouser/Tunic – Mixture Grey (for girls).
4. Turban – Maroon (for Sikh boys) with light blue under turban.
5. Cycling Shorts – Black (for girls).
6. School Shoes (plain with laces) – Black.
7. Socks/Belt – As per School specification.

Classes XI – XII
1. Shirt (full sleeves) – White (with insignia).
2. Trouser – Mixture Grey (for boys and girls).
3. Turban – Maroon (for Sikh boys) with light blue under turban.
4. School Shoes (plain with laces) – Black.
5. Socks/Belt – As per School specification.

Sports Uniform:
1. Class I & II – white shirt (with insignia) white shorts/tunic, white under turban
and white shoes, cycling shorts – white.
2. Class III to X – House T-shirt & Lowers (as per school specifications), maroon
under turban and plain black shoes (sneakers).
3. Class XI &XII – Blue T- shirt (with insignia) & Lowers (as per school
specifications), maroon under turban and plain black shoes (sneakers).
Note : Sports uniform should be worn on every Tuesday and Friday.

WINTER UNIFORM

Classes PW – II
1. Tracksuit as per School specification
2. T-Shirt – Full (with insignia)
3. Pullover/Sweater as per school specification
4. Under Turban – Maroon(for boys)
5. Grey woollen socks
6. Black shoes (sneakers)
7. Woollen Cap – Navy Blue (Optional).

Classes III – V
1. Shirt (Full sleeves) – White (with insignia).
2. Trouser/Tunic – Mixture Grey.
3. Pullover/Sweater – As per School specification.
4. Under Turban – Maroon(for boys).
5. Cycling Shorts – Black (for girls).

6. Shoes- Black (plain with laces for boys/ buckles shoes for girls)
7. Grey woollen Socks/Belt – As per School specification.
8. Woollen Cap – Navy Blue (Optional).

Classes VI – XII

1. Shirt (Full sleeves) – White (with insignia).
2. Trouser/Tunic – Mixture Grey.
3. Turban – Maroon (for Sikh boys) with light blue under turban.
4. Sweater – As per School specification.
5. Blazer – Navy Blue (with insignia)
6. School Shoes – Black (plain with laces for boys/ buckles shoes for girls).
7. Grey woollen Socks/Belt – As per School specification.
8. Woollen Cap – Navy Blue (Optional).

Sports Uniform:

Class III to XII
1. House T-shirt and Tracksuit (as per school specifications),
2. Turban – Maroon (for Sikh boys) with light blue under turban
3. School Shoes – Black (sneakers)

Note: Sports uniform should be worn on every Tuesday and Friday.
❖ DURING EXAMS SPORTS UNIFORM IS NOT ALLOWED.
❖ Wearing low waist trousers with narrow bottoms not allowed.

RULES & REGULATIONS

GENERAL RULES

1. The school rules are applicable to the students from the time they leave home
for school.
2. Ignorance of school rules will not be taken as an excuse for breaking them.
3. Always remember to say ‘Thank you’, ‘Please’ and ‘Sorry’, which are the most
graceful words.
4. All students must carry their Almanac and identity card.
5. Students should stand up, button up their blazers and remove their hands from
their pockets at the approach of the teachers and visitors and GREET THEM.
6. Any breach of conduct is an offence.
7. English is to be spoken at all times.
8. It is prohibited to bring Mobile Phones/Electronic gadgets/Valuable
Articles/Jewellery/Smart Watches/ Wrist Bands to school. If a student is found in possession of a mobile/Electronic gadget in the school, it will be
confiscated. It will be returned to the parent at the end of the academic
session with a fine of Rs. 5000/-.
9. Personal lockers are available at main Gate for the convenience of students
(charges as per school rules).
10. Students themselves are responsible for the safe custody of their books and
belongings.
11. Students of classes VIII to XII are allowed to wear a wristwatch.
12. Students are allowed to commute by Motorcycle, Scooter or Moped, provided
they have a valid Driving License and written permission from the Principal. It
is compulsory for the boys as well as girls to wear a helmet.
13. Magazines, novels, comics, etc. should not be brought to the school.
14. Waste paper and other refuse should be thrown into the colour coded bins.
Polythene bags are strongly discouraged.
15. During assembly and recess students should not remain in the classroom.
16. During school hours no student shall leave the school premises without the
written permission of the Principal. Permission will be granted only on request
from the parents.
17. At a time only one student per class is allowed for conveniences against a pass
issued by the teacher.
18. Students are prohibited to buy eatables from street vendors.
19. Visitors and friends are not allowed to meet students during school hours.
20. Parents are requested not to visit the classrooms of their children.
21. Teachers and Prefects are responsible for discipline in school and for the
enforcement of rules.
22. Student may be sent home for: –
i) Coming late to school.
ii) Not wearing proper uniform.
iii) Parents not having signed the diary.
iv) If suffering from contagious diseases.
23. Students should be courteous to all the non – teaching staff members.
24. Peanuts, chewing gum and junk food (noodles, burger, chips, cold drinks, etc.)
are prohibited.
25. Lending and borrowing money or other articles is not allowed.
26. Any damage to school property even by accident must be reported to the class
teacher or House Master/Mistress.

27. Parents/Guardians are liable to pay for or replace any damage to school property
without any dispute.
28. Bunking of classes is strictly forbidden.
29. No attendance will be given for the suspension period.
30. Parents are responsible for the welfare of the child after the school hours.
It is understood that the school authorities will take all care and precautions to
safeguard the pupils.
31. School rules may be changed without any prior notice.

RAGGING

1. Ragging is strictly prohibited in the school.

DEPORTMENT

1. Students should at all times maintain high standard of manners. In particular-
a. They should show consideration for the needs of others.

b. They should take pride in their personal appearance.
c. All ladies, masters and visitors should be greeted.
d. They must stand up (and remove hands from pockets) at the approach of
ladies and gentlemen of their acquaintance.
2. Students should not write or scribble on walls and desks.
3. Running and shouting in classrooms and verandas is prohibited.
4. Habitual idleness, irregular attendance, disobedience or misconduct is sufficient
reason for the dismissal of a student.

LATE ARRIVALS

In summers the school gate will be closed at 8:00 am and winters at 8:25 am. Fine
will be levied as under:
a. Students of Classes I – VIII Rs 50/- for not wearing proper uniform / coming
late to school.
b. Students of Classes IX – X Rs 100/- for not wearing proper uniform / coming
late to school.
c. Students of Classes XI – XII Rs. 200/- for not wearing proper uniform /
coming late to school.

UNIFORM

1. Parents are requested to see that their children are neat and tidy for school each
morning.
2. Blazers, jerseys and ties are to be worn during winter.
3. The middle button of the blazer should be fastened except when seated.
4. A pullover should not be worn under the shirt.

5. Students of class III and above should wear house T-shirts along with sports
dress for all sports activities.
6. Undergarments must be worn with school uniform.
7. Plain black shoes are to be worn. Broad or designed shoes are not allowed.
8. Girls with long hair should make two plaits. (Two ponytails for shoulder length
hair).
9. Boys should keep their hair short. Use of hair gel is prohibited.
10. Girls to wear cycling shorts with tunic.

PENS

1. Only Blue and Black pens to be used by the students.
2. Pencils are to be used up to class IV.

BOUNDS

The entire School Estate is in bounds with the exception of: –
1. Servant quarters, Stores, Kitchen, School Office, Reception, Visitor’s Room,
Staff Rooms, Canteen, Hostel Linen Room, Basement, TT Hall and Dormitories
during school hours.
2. The Dispensary (except for the students under treatment). The Computer Room,
Class Rooms other than the student’s own. The Dining Hall except at mealtime.
3. Outside the School Gate after the school hours.

CLASS ROOMS

1. Classrooms must be kept tidy.
2. Students should not write or scribble on the walls and desks.
3. Windows must be fastened at all times whether open or closed.
4. Lights and fans must be switched off when classrooms are vacant.
5. The monitor must report to the School Office in case the class is without a
teacher.
6. Running and shouting in classrooms and verandas is prohibited.
7. The monitors are responsible for discipline in the classroom in the absence of
the teacher. In case of difficulty, they should seek help from the teacher / House
or School Prefects.
8. No student is allowed to operate the Smart board/Brio board in the absence of
teacher

CLASS MONITORS

1. To maintain discipline in class.
2. To ensure that fans /lights / smart boards are switch off.
3. To report to the class teacher about those who create indiscipline.
4. To see that students, move in a line. when they are leaving the class for
assembly, activity, games etc
5. To send student out of the classroom only with a pass.
6. To see that the classroom is neat and clean.
7. To seek help from the teacher on duty in case of any difficulty.

COMPUTER ROOM

1. Entry in the Computer room is restricted.
2. The class having the computer period will not enter the computer room without
the permission of the computer instructor.
3. Students and instructors entering the computer room must clean their hands.
4. Silence must be observed in the computer room.
5. Monitor screen must not be touched.
6. Keyboards must be handled properly.
7. Eatables, sharp objects, pens, boxes etc. are strictly prohibited in the computer
room.

LIBRARY

1. Silence has to be observed in the library at all times.
2. Every student will be allowed to borrow One Book at a time, which should be
returned within Two Weeks from the date of issue. During examination books will
not be issued unless special permission from the class teacher is granted.
3. Reference books / Periodicals will not be issued.
4. The books can be issued/returned only during the library periods.
5. Back date journals/magazines will be issued to students & staff members.
Readers can make use of the current journals/magazines in the library only.
6. School bags/personal books are not allowed in the Library.
7. Library mal-practice (stealing, tearing of pages) should be notified to the
librarian immediately.
8. If a book cannot be put back from where it was taken, it should be left on table
9. Any difficulty experienced by students in the use of the library services may be
brought to the notice of the librarian.
10. Students & Staff must produce NO DUE certificate from the librarian before
they leave school.
11. A fine of Rs. 10/- per day shall be charged if books are not returned within the
specified time.
12. In case of loss or damage to the library book the student will pay the fine
determined by the school authorities.

LABORATORIES

1. Silence is to be maintained at all times during the practical classes.
2. Lab coats should be worn during the practical.
3. Chemicals should be placed at allotted places.
4. Chemicals/apparatus should be handled with care.
5. All chemical tests/experiments should be done in the presence of the lab
assistant or the teacher concerned.
6. The table should be cleaned before leaving the lab.
7. Stools should be kept in order/place before leaving the lab.

8. Gas burners and taps should be switched off before locking the lab.
9. Glassware and apparatus should be cleaned and kept at their respective places.
10. No student should enter the lab in the absence of the teacher/lab attendant.
11. No chemicals should be taken away.

AUDITORIUM

1. Entry to the auditorium is restricted.
2. The class visiting the auditorium will not enter the same without permission of
the teacher.
3. Silence must be observed in the auditorium.
4. Eatables, sharp objects, boxes etc. are strictly prohibited.

QUADRANGLE / LAWN

1. Playing games, running or shouting in the quadrangle is not allowed.
2. Walking on the grass is forbidden.
3. Plants and trees should be cared for.
4. Flowers should not be plucked from the school / public / private gardens.

CANTEEN

1. Students are forbidden to enter the canteen. They should stand in a proper line
outside the canteen and make their purchases.
2. Students are also forbidden to go to the canteen at any time other than recess.
3. Students will not behave aggressively with the canteen proprietor or any of his
employees.
4. Students will not litter the area around the canteen or the grounds.

LOST & FOUND

1. All items lost / found in the school premises must be reported / deposited with
school office.

SCHOOL BELL

1. If the school bell be heard at an unusual time or heard for longer than the usual
period, the school will assemble in the football ground for roll call / assembly.

PUNISHMENT

1. Only members of the Staff and Prefects have the power to punish.
2. Class Monitor is not allowed to punish the students but should only report the
offense to the class teacher / prefects.
3. Corporal punishment is not allowed.
4. The prefect on duty will supervise punishment drill during the break.

EXPULSION

1. A student is liable for expulsion from School/Hostel if he/she is found:
a. Abusing or misbehaving with a teacher or any School staff member.

b. Consuming or in possession of cigarettes, liquor or any form of drugs.
c. Indulging in any act of violence / damaging school property.
d. Indulging in ragging.
e. Stealing articles of school/hostel mates.
f. Scaling school boundary wall.
2. The following steps would be taken before a student’s permanent expulsion from
school:
a. The student would be counselled at school.
b. The teacher will write in the student’s diary to inform his/her Parents.
c. Observation Card will be issued for the student.
d. A yellow card (warning) will be issued and parents will be called to meet the
Principal.
e. A blue card (suspension for two weeks) will be issued.
f. A red card (permanent expulsion from school/hostel) will be issued.
Reassurance from the student’s parents or the guardians will not be
entertained.

HOSTEL

Our Vision

The opportunity to educate children is a rare privilege and it brings a huge responsibility to
provide the best education. We take the responsibility extremely seriously as we aim to prepare
our young boarders for success and happiness in their lives by providing outstanding, progressive
and well-rounded education.
We at The NPS have been running a Hostel for the last 40 years. It is a matter of pride that The
New Public School is ranked among the best residential schools in the city. The NPS attracts
boarders not only from all over India but overseas as well.
We see it as our responsibility to bring out our boarders’ talents, to broaden their interests and to
develop their personal qualities. To do this we aim to foster confidence, perseverance, tolerance
and integrity; to enhance communication skills, to embrace creativity; to encourage team work;
and to promote an open minded and outward looking mentality so that the students are ready to
make a positive contribution to the society.
The boarders are twenty four hours with us and there is a fixed schedule with stringent rules
which means a regimented life for them. For excellence in all spheres of life many varied
activities are conducted to keep the boarders busy. A child learns etiquettes, punctuality,
deportment (behaviour and attire) and how to organize himself in becoming self-sufficient. They
are taught how to live together in a cordial environment with others from different backgrounds
and faiths and are taught value of sharing in life. We care about the individual and pride
ourselves in the warmth of a community in which all our boarders feel valued.
We are sensitive to parents’ concerns and expectations here at NPS. Parents are invariably keen
that the hostel life should groom the child into a refined, responsible and confident youth with all
the positive traits. If a child feels homesick, there should be a warm foster family feeling in the
boarding; there should be guidance and counselling for the adolescent; and opportunities for
participating in more activities than the school curriculum can accommodate during school
hours.
Our boarders consistently achieve excellent results for which remedial classes and coaching
through reputed teachers is provided to give them access to top universities in the country and
overseas. Every year our students get selected in IITs, NIT and reputed Medical and Engineering
colleges and NDA. For all round development we have excellent infrastructure and facilities: we
provide specialized coaching in Music, Dance, Table Tennis, Chess, Tae-Kwando, Badminton,
Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Skating and Bicycling. We conduct workshops for leadership
enhancement, dining etiquettes, deportment, life skills etc.

PAYMENT SCHEDULE

Hostel Fee is payable in two instalments:

1. 1st instalment due on 1st April.
2. 2nd instalment due on 1st September (30 days grace period).
3. PAYMENT: –

Online Fee Payment:

Payment Mode: Net banking, Credit Card, Debit Card.
Parents may also make NEFT/E Fee Transfer as per details given below and
inform the School authorities through Email: accounts@npschd.com with
student’s details.
4. Parents may make NEFT / E-Transfer as per details given below and inform
the school authorities through Email: accounts@npschd.com with student’s
details.
BANK CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA
IFSC CODE CBIN0283194
MICR CODE 160016010
BRANCH NAME Central Bank of India, New Public School
ADDRESS S.C.F.-30 Sector 18-C Chandigarh – 160018
CONTACT NO. 172-2773416
CITY CHANDIGARH
STATE U.T. CHANDIGARH
ACCOUNT NAME The New Public School
HOSTEL ACCOUNT NUMBER 3578052697
Surcharge shall be levied @ 5% per month after the due date.

NOTE:

1. All dues are to be paid at the Central Bank of India, SCO 30, Sector 18-C,
Chandigarh or through crossed Cheque/Bank Draft in favour of The New Public
School, Chandigarh.
2. Names of the students, whose dues are not cleared to date, will be struck off the
rolls and they will not be allowed to attend the classes. Re -admission charges
will be levied as per school rules.
3. Fee towards remedial / competitive classes would be paid to the teacher
concerned directly by the parent.
4. Parents depositing full school and hostel Fee for the session by April 30th or at
the time of fresh admission shall be eligible for 5% cash back.
5. The second sibling will be given 10% concession on the annual hostel and
school fee.
6. Medical expenses will be borne by the parents.
7. Taxes, if any levied by the government, will be extra.
8. All disputes are subject to UT Chandigarh jurisdiction.

HOSTEL FACILITIES AND UTILITIES WITHDRAWAL AND FEE REFUND

1. After admission to the School Hostel generally no refund of Hostel / School Fee
is permitted on account of withdrawal during mid-session as a seat is blocked. A
refund claim may, however, be admitted on merit after due consideration. If
approved the amount of refund shall be within the limits stated below:
a. Admission/Registration charges are non – refundable.
b. Withdrawal any time after First admission, but before the expiry of thirty
days from the allotment of Hostel accommodation shall pay – 10% of the
annual hostel fee.
c. Withdrawal any time after the expiry of thirty days, but not more than three
months of the academic session shall be with payment of – 30% of the annual
hostel fee.
d. Withdrawal any time after the expiry of three months, but not more than five
months of the academic session shall be with payment of – 50% of the annual
hostel fee.
e. Withdrawal any time after the expiry of five months of the academic session
or August 31st shall be with 100% of the annual hostel fee.
f. In case parent wish to withdraw their child from the hostel at the end of the
academic session, they should submit their application for withdrawal latest
by 15th March – failing which 50% of the security shall be forfeited.
2. In case of Old Students, the refund shall be within the limits stated below:
a. Withdrawal any time before the expiry of three months of the academic
session i.e. June 30th, shall be with 50% of the annual hostel fee.
b. Withdrawal any time after the expiry of three months of the academic session
i.e. June 30th, shall be with 100% of the annual hostel fee.
c. Transfer certificate will be issued within seven working days of the request,
subject to the clearance of all school / hostel dues. The security will be
refunded after a month of the request.
Refundable security must be collected within one year of the child’s leaving the
School. After one year, parents forfeit their claim to the security.

VISITORS

1. Parents/registered guardians may meet their ward only on 2nd Sunday.
2. Visiting hours for parents and registered guardians;
9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.; 2:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

WALKING / LONG LEAVE

1. Walking leave and Night out is allowed only with parents or guardians and not
with the families of friends.
2. Students will wear school uniform when they leave as well as when they return
to the School Hostel.
3. No walking leave will be given on days when there is school, inter school
fixtures or other important activities for which the presence of the child is
necessary.
4. Walking leave will be allowed once a month only on Second Sunday or Holidays
and at the discretion of the Master/Mistress.
5. Children on walking leave may leave the school premises with the parents or
guardians after breakfast and must return by 6:30 p.m. If they report to School
on the next day or thereafter, penalty of Rs. 2,000/- per day will be levied
starting w.e.f. the day walking leave was granted.
6. Night out leave may be issued on days specified in the calendar or at the
discretion of the Administrator / Coordinator. A child must return by 6:30 p.m.
7. Five (05) days leave may be granted for wedding of real brother / sister only.
Leave will not be granted for wedding of cousins or for any other festivals etc.
Leave must be applied with an invitation card, failing which leave will not be
granted.
8. Parent/Guardians should sign the register at the gate before taking away their
ward.
9. If a student remains absent without leave his / her name shall be struck off the
rolls and will be granted readmission on a charge of readmission charges plus
fine.
10.A student of the school cannot be a guardian to her/his younger siblings.
11.Late arrival fine for hostellers will be Rs.1000/- per day.
12.Parents are liable to pay for any damage to school property @Rs. 2500/-, 5000/-,
7500/-, 10000/- without any dispute.
13.Attendance on the re-opening day after summer break / winter break / other
breaks is mandatory.
14.Meeting and walking leave is not allowed during Examinations.
15.The school shall not be liable for the safety of the student outside the school
premises.
16.New Admission: Students are not allowed walking / night out leave for the first
three (3) weeks.

REMEDIAL / PREPARATORY CLASSES

01. The School only facilitates coordination of parents with the service provider.
02. No boarder will be allowed to attend Coaching / Tuition classes outside the
school premises.

03. Students who are weak in studies will be provided remedial / preparatory
classes at the request of parents.
04. Students of class V and below will be provided remedial classes by the school
without any charges.
05. For students who prefer special preparatory classes for Competitive Exams
(JEE, NEET, NDA, CLAT etc.) the same would be arranged within the school
premises through reputed teachers.
06. Fee towards remedial / special preparatory classes for Competitive Exams
would be paid to the concerned teacher directly by the parents.

IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS

1. Students must wear school uniform or sports kit at the appropriate time. Wearing
of casual clothes is not permitted.
2. All clothes, uniform should be marked.
3. Keeping of Jewellery and money with a student is not allowed. Parents must not
give cash / expensive gift items to their wards.
4. Wrist watch is permitted only for Classes 8 to 12. Smart watches are not
allowed.
5. If a child needs special treatment, the medicine of a child should be deposited
with the school authorities, along with the medical record.
6. Camera, i-pods, MP3, etc. may be brought but shall be deposited with the school
authorities on arrival and issued as and when required. If found without
permission, shall be confiscated and not returned.
7. Shaving blades, trimmers, dryers, straighteners and other such items are not
allowed.
8. The trunk, holdall and kit bag should bear the name of the child.
9. Students are not allowed to spend their holidays with their relatives unless
written approval of the parent or guardian has been communicated to the school
authorities.
10.Two photographs each of parents and relatives who are allowed to meet the ward
should be deposited at the school office.
11.Eatables / tucks sent from home should be handed over to the Master/Mistress
and are expected to be shared amongst friends. Junk food is not allowed in the
hostel.
12.Students are not allowed to lock their almirahs.
13.Students are not allowed to do any formal communication with school office.
14.In case a student leaves the hostel, the luggage must be taken along the same
day.
15.For children using spectacles, parents are requested to send two pairs of
spectacles instead of one to meet any emergency.
16.Parents are not allowed to visit the hostels.

17.As a punishment, hostel students can be debarred from going for their monthly
outings or from viewing weekly films.
NOTE: The school accepts no responsibility for valuable articles such as
watches, electronic gadgets, cosmetics, etc.

MEDICAL AND HEALTH SERVICES

A doctor visits the school and is available 24X7 on phone for handling medical emergencies and

a student may be referred to the GMCH Sector 16, Emergency or Dr. Bedi’s Nursing Home, Sec-
33-A accompanied by a responsible member of the staff and the parents/guardians will be

informed immediately.
1. Dr. Vikram Bedi Paediatrician # 181, Sector 33, Chd. Ph: 2660181
2. Dr. Mrs G. Bedi Gynaecologist # 181, Sector 33, Chd. Ph: 2605047
3. Dr. Sammerdeep Sodhi Dentist S.C.O. 30, Sector 18-C, Chd. Ph: 9988877717
4. Dr. Gurjit Singh Eye Specialist # 219, Sector 33, Chd. Ph: 9814011400
5. Midicos Centre Laboratory S.C.O. 801-802, Sec. 22-A, Chd. Ph: 9988999364

TELEPHONE / MOBILES

Mobile Phones
1. It is prohibited to bring Mobile Phones/Electronic gadgets/Valuable
Articles/Jewellery to school.
2. In case a student is found in possession of a Mobile or sim card a fine of Rs.
25000/- will be levied, the mobile will be confiscated.
3. Reassurance from the student, parents or guardians will not be entertained.
Video Calling:
1. Students may call home on Sundays on specified numbers only.
2. Maximum duration of call allocated is 10 minutes per child.
3. Students who are unable to make video calls on Sunday will be allowed to call
during the week.
4. Parents must register their phone numbers on which their ward may make calls.
5. Charges of video calling facility is as per consumption with an initial deposit of
₹ 1,000/-. If the mobile is damaged by the student, ₹ 8000/- will be charged.
6. New Admission: Parents will not be allowed to speak to the ward for the first
three (3) weeks.

POCKET MONEY

1. Money is not to be kept with any student. Parents are requested to deposit the
money with the School Account or Hostel Coordinator / In-charge and obtain a
receipt. Money found with the students will be confiscated and shall not be
returned.
2. Coupons may be issued for the School Canteen.

CLOTHING / UNIFORM

1. Warm and cotton clothes for holidays and evening wear should be sent as
specified in the clothing list. If casual clothes are sent, they will be parcelled
home at the parent’s expense. A combination of uniform is not allowed.
2. After passing out or in any other circumstances the student leaves / vacates the
school hostel, S/he should take all the personal belongings, clothes and bedding
Thereafter, the school authorities shall not be responsible for any loss or damage
to these items.

COMMON ROOM

1. The common room is intended for quiet board games and listening to light
music.
2. It may not be used for other work.
3. Games should be put away tidily after use and every care should be taken of the
equipment provided.

DORMITORIES

1. Only the clothes specified on the school clothing list may be kept at school.
2. All students must adhere to the school timings.
3. No student is allowed in the dormitories at the following times:
a. WEEK DAYS – During School hours.
b. SUNDAYS and HOLIDAYS – During Games time.
4. Students should avoid staying in the dormitories during their free time.
5. No student should go to bed before bedtime.
6. There will be no talking after lights out.
7. Dormitories / Lavatories may be used only at the times when students are
allowed in the dormitories.
8. Clothes and possessions must be kept tidily in the cupboards. Beds must be
made properly.
9. Borrowing of clothes is strictly forbidden.
10. Hot water bath may be taken at the time specified.
11. Indoor games like Chess, Carom, and Checker etc. may be played in the
dormitories on Sundays and holidays. Sports equipment like bats, rackets, etc.
may be brought to the school from home and must be kept with the
Master/Mistress.
12. iPods, MP3, players etc. are allowed on Sundays and holidays at the discretion
of the Master/Mistress.

DINING HALL

1. Entry to the Dining Hall is restricted to the appropriate time.

2. All students must line-up before entering the dining hall.
3. Food and drink may be consumed only in the dining hall.
4. No reading material like newspaper, magazines, books etc. are to be taken to the
Dining Hall.
5. Do not speak loudly.
6. Speak politely to the Mess Staff.
7. Enter and exit the Dining Hall quietly and there should be no talking before or
after the Grace.
8. Do not drag chairs.
9. Tuck like Jam, Sauces, Biscuits etc. may be brought to the Dining Hall.
10. Table manners: –
a. Use proper cutlery for eating.
b. Place your cutlery at right angle to yourself when you have finished eating.
c. Do not pile up your plate.
d. Eat with your lips closed.
e. Do not speak while eating.
f. Do not place your elbows on the table.
g. Do not reach out for a dish.

Note:
1. The students who do not pass the rules test will not be allowed outing.
2. These rules supersede all rules mentioned in the prospectus.

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