An English Medium Institution Established in 1941
Carmel School
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The medium of instruction is English but very special emphasis is given to Hindi, the national language, together with the essential subjects : Sanskrit, History, Geography, Social Studies, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Physical Training, Computer Applications, Economic Applications, Fine Arts and so on. The School has well equipped laboratories for science, modern computer labs and library to facilitate the students to develop and foster their innate talents and keep abreast with the modern education from the very beginning.

The School lays a great deal of stress on character formation and development of spiritual and ethical values which are imparted regularly to students through Joyful Living classes.


  1. Students should arrive at school 15 minutes before the Assembly. Soon after the assembly bell, the school gates will be locked and the late comers will return home at the risk of the parents / guardians.​ Participation in the morning assembly is compulsory for all in Carmel.

  2. Carmel students should behave in a decent manner on their way to school. They are reminded that the school is judged by their conduct. Therefore, Students are answerable to the school authorities not only for their conduct in the school but also for their general behaviour outside the school. ​Any report on objectionable conduct on the part of the students, exposes them to disciplinary action, not excluding expulsion.

  3. English shall be spoken at all times in the school premises by the students and even while coming to school and returning.

  4. Students should take good care of their books and their personal belongings. Each article should be marked with the student’s Name, Adm.No., Class and Section.

  5. The school is not responsible for the goods lost and students are not allowed to bring any expensive article to school.

  6. School diary should be brought to school daily. Novels, Magazines, News papers and so on are not to be brought to school.

  7. No student is allowed to leave the school premises during school hours or recess without the permission of the Principal or Vice Principal. No child will be sent home even if some urgent need arises, unless a duly authorized person comes to fetch her with a note of authorization from the parents or guardian.

  8. All students are expected to bring tiffin with them for the recess.

  9. No student shall carry mobile phone or any kind of electronic gadget to the school. Use of it in school campus is punishable under law. If found, such articles will be confiscated and will be returned only to the parents.

  10. Students shall not offer gifts or presents to the teachers.

  11. Any damage done to the school property should be made good by the students concerned.

  12. All homework should be done neatly and the day’s work always dated.

  13. Smoking, chewing gum, chewing tobacco or pan masala and consuming alcohol is strictly forbidden in the school premises.

  14. Students should treat others respectfully and are responsible for other’s good name. Calling nick-name, spreading rumours, use of slang etc. are strictly forbidden, and are liable to strict disciplinary action.

  15. Students are to address their teachers and all members of the school with respect and politeness.

  16. Every student is expected to subscribe to small charities if requested by the Principal. However no fines, funds or collections are to be made in the school without the written permission or notice from the Principal.

  17. It is compulsory for every student to take part in curricular and co-curricular activities organized by the school.

  18. Girls must tie their hair neatly in two plaits with black ribbons with centre or side parting (No puff allowed). They will wear a white knee length slip under their uniform.

  19. Personal cleanliness is very essential. The fingernails should be trimmed, and the shoes be polished daily. Wristwatch, bangles, hair pin, rings, colour ear rings, ornaments, jewellery, nail polish, mehendi, hair colouring etc. are not allowed in the School for any class.

  20. Wearing of uniform at school every day is compulsory for all. A student who is not properly dressed and groomed may be excluded from the class or sent back home. They should therefore be provided with sufficient sets of uniforms.

  21. Bags made of soft materials are to be used by the students for bringing books to the class.


  23. Unauthorised absence from the school is not tolerated except in sudden illness or unforeseen circumstances. Reasons for absence, due to unforeseen circumstances, or due to sickness which may exceed two or three days must also be stated briefly in the regularity record and has to be signed first by the Class Teacher and then by the Principal /Vice Principal.

  24. It is mandatory for the students to attend the school on days marked “Compulsory Attendance”. In case of sickness, notify the Principal on the same day with relevant medical documents.

  25. Admission to the class for absentees is granted only when they show the class teacher the Regularity Record duly countersigned by the Principal / Vice Principal.
    • If absent for one day enter the reason in the regularity record and show only to Class Teacher.
    • If the leave is for more than two days the regularity record has to be first shown to the Class Teacher and then to the Principal/ Vice Principal.

  26. All leave must be applied for in writing to the Principal. NO STUDENT SHALL PROCEED ON LEAVE WITHOUT SANCTION AND PERMISSION, SPECIALLY WHEN THE LEAVE EXCEEDS 2 DAYS. ​Such reasons as birthdays, excursions, festivals, weddings, urgent business, preparation for examination are not considered sufficient.

  27. If any unauthorized ABSENCE EXCEEDS TEN CALENDAR DAYS, the defaulter’s NAME WILL BE STRUCK OFF THE ROLLS​ and considered withdrawn.

  28. No transfer certificate will be issued to the student without clearing the dues.

  29. Early departure from school to be entered in the space provided for in the school diary.


  31. School begins at 7.20 a.m. Students should be inside the gate by 7.15 a.m. after which the gates will be closed. The late comers will not be allowed to enter in.

  32. Submission of projects, note books should be as instructed by the teacher. On late submission, the teacher is not entitled to mark the students.

  33. G. FEES

  34. The School fees covering the twelve calendar months will be paid as per fee schedule. No reduction is made for holidays or broken periods. Pupils are liable to be charged full fees as long as their names are officially on the rolls.

  35. Parents will kindly save the fee receipts issued to them for counter checking by the school office

  36. The school reserves the right to revise the fees without prior notice.

  37. The fee defaulters may be debarred from examinations and are liable to have their names struck off the rolls.


  39. No conveyance is provided by the school.

  40. Only class XI & XII are permitted to bring two wheelers (non-geared) to School (optional).
    Wearing of helmet and license are mandatory.


  • ➢ To be friendly with one another in and out of School.
  • ➢ To avoid vulgarity in their talk and behaviour and thus uphold the dignity as Carmel students.
  • ➢ To accept whatever work is assigned to them as their rightful share.
  • ➢ To offer help to any unattended visitor they happen to meet in the School premises.
  • ➢ To rise when any Sister, Teacher or Visitor enters or passes through any room in which they happen to be.
  • ➢ To greet their teachers, all the members of the staff and elders wherever they meet.
  • ➢ To be courteous and sportsman like with opposing teams and with officials.
  • ➢ To respect the library and rights of other students using it.
  • ➢ To respect the beauty of the School premises and to report any damage which they may observe.
  • ➢ To avoid dropping papers in the School premises and to pick up any paper dropped by others.
  • ➢ To learn and observe good manners everywhere.
  • ➢ To desist from writing or drawing on the black board, from writing or soiling the walls and furniture.
  • ➢ To speak well of the School, Management, Teachers and Schoolmates.
  • ➢ To move gracefully and silently from the classroom to play ground, labs, hall and return in the same manner.
  • ➢ To submit at the office any valuables found in the campus.
  • ➢ To make the School Campus a place of happy interaction and joyful growing