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Subject Enrichment Activity Schedule (2019-20) Grade I to V

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Notice For Grades I to XII


SECTOR-3 ROHINI, DELHI-110085  Ph.: 43001772





F.No.MDPS/SS/2019-20/183                                                                                                          Date: 09.08.19


Dear Parent,

This is to bring to your kind notice that the agencies monitoring the transportation factor of the school students are very strict for the compliance of norms set for the service providers. The school runs buses for its students on certain specified routes. The students enroute are availing the facilities. Regular feedback from the parents make us to improve in our regular maneuvers.

It has been observed, some of the students are not in position to benefit from the school transport facility due to non-plying of the school buses on select routes. As an alternate measure, the parents try to contact the Private Vans service provides, who at times take the parents for granted. Above all safety and security of the students at times is also at stake.

Keeping the gravity of the issue in mind, the school proposes to introduce new bus routes to provide additional facility to our those students, who were refrained from its use. The new routes and further action will depend on the number of students opting for the facility being offered.

Hence, it is suggested that if you are keen to avail the school bus facility, please fill the below proforma submit to the class teacher or mail us at before 16th Aug. 2019, your response will solve the issue of dependence, safety and security of your ward.




NAME : ___________________________________S/o/D/o_______________________________

CLASS/SECTION ___________                        ADMISSION NO.: ___________________

ADDRESS: __________________________________________________________________

ROUTE (You wish to apply for) __________________________________________________


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Notice For Grade X and XII


SECTOR-3 ROHINI, DELHI-110085  Ph.: 43001772




F.No.MDPS/SS/2019-20/173                                                                                                          Date: 05.08.19



Subject : Information regarding 75% attendance as an eligibility for the students to appear in the exam.


Dear Parent

It has been repeatedly informed to all the parents at various platforms that it is mandatory for any student to maintain at least 75% attendance in the school; failing which the student may not be allowed to appear for the exams.

This is an eligibility condition for any student to appear for the exams; as per the CBSE bye laws. CBSE has become more vigilant and affirm on its affiliated schools for the compliance of 75% attendance for the students. (Rule 13 and Rule 14 of CBSE examination bye laws).

However, CBSE also gives relaxation in attendance under various categories. CBSE has set SOP (Standard Operating Procedure) to address this issue. The CBSE has issued a schedule for ?Condonation of Attendance?. Which is put for your information

S. No.




To consider attendance put in by the student(s) in view of Rule 14(i) of Examination Bye-laws

Upto 1st January of the academic session for class X or XII


Schools to compile all such shortage of attendance cases at 1 above in tabular form (separately for class X and XII) supported with documents as mentioned above.

To be sent to concerned Regional Office so as to reach within 07 days of Activity at Sl. No. 01 i.e. 7-January of the academic session.


Regional Office will also communicate deficiency, if any, to the schools

Within 15 days from the date of receipt i.e. latest by 21st January of the academic session.


Schools will communicate fulfilment of deficiency to the Regional Office.

Within 07 days from the date of activity at Sl.No.03 i.e. 28th January of the academic session.


Last date for according approvals by CBSE

07th February of the examination year.


The exemption/relaxation in attendance is given under Medical Cases / Family issues which may disturb a student/sports etc.

The students who fall under the attendance shortage category, should submit an application (with documented evidences to the school (through parents). The principal of the school, if convinced, will forward the case to the R.O. CBSE. The R.O. will take a call on the issue after assessing the merit of the case. Parents are once again requested to be extra careful on the issue. It is reiterated, that forwarding the request to RO by the school, for relaxation of attendance to any student, does not mandate to RO, for acceding the request.

If any parent is interested to know more or has any query, feel free to meet the school authorities on any school working day.



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Circular (Eid-Ul-Adha)


SECTOR-3 ROHINI, DELHI-110085  Ph.: 43001772




F.No.MDPS/SS/2019-20/182                                                                                                          Date: 08.08.19


Dear Parent,


The school shall remain closed on 12th August 2019 (Monday) on account of Eid-Ul-Adha.




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Circular for I to VIII


SECTOR-3 ROHINI, DELHI-110085  Ph.: 43001772




F.No.MDPS/SS/2019-20/163                                                                                           Date: 01.08.19




Dear Parent,

The school strives hard to achieve the all-round development of the students. It is always committed towards good health, sanitation and clean environment so that the goal of holistic growth materializes for the students. In the wake of the spiraling cases of fever all around and in order to join the mass movement to control 'Dengue', it is a request to all the parents to follow the precautionary measures which are stated below:

                 Students are advised to wear the full sleeved school shirt and trouser.

                 They should apply mosquito repellent on the exposed parts of the body (if possible).

           They are also advised to trim their nails once a week and also wash their hands before and after their meals. This will help them to be safe, disease free and healthy.

                 You are advised not to send your ward to school in case he/she is suffering from fever.

To instill the values of personal commitment towards a healthier society, students are also given awareness sessions for prevention of dengue fever. We would request the parents to take measures to prevent the breeding of mosquitoes in and around your homes by avoiding water logging in coolers, flowerpots, AC trays etc., apart from using mosquito repellant coils and sprays.


Our one step complimented by your support will definitely make our vision of healthy tomorrow for our kids real:


Note: The school is making its own efforts by getting the school disinfected through fumigation both on its own and through MCD.




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schedule for Preliminary/Oral test (UKG) 2019-20

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Schedule for Preliminary/Oral test (LKG) 2019-20

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SECTOR-3 ROHINI, DELHI-110085  Ph.: 43001772




F.No.MDPS/SS/2019-20/154                                                                                                          Date: 29.07.19


Dear Parent

The school provides bus transport facility to its students for commuting to school from the place of their residence and also for the return journey in the afternoon; after the school working hours. It is reinforced that the school students are offered school bus services only in the existing bus routes subject to the availability of the seats. In view of some additional factors, like the bus routes/timings, may not be convenient to some of the students. The students prefer to use the other available resources for the purpose of shuttling to the school from their residence. One of the options in such cases is the use of "Private Vans". There are certain neighbourhood areas, where the parents opine that the availability of "Private Vans" for transporting the students is better option.

In order to ensure the safety and the security of the students certain points are listed below for the of the  awareness of the parents :

1.         The "Private Vans" used by the parents for travelling to and fro, residence to school, their wards to come to school and being dropped home after the school working hours; are not provided by the school.

2.         The school has no links / details / verifications of the "Private Vans" service providers. The parents are using these vans on the basis of their own information about the vans service providers and also on the basis of ?understanding between the two parties i.e. the parents and the van service providers'. The school is not involved in any manner.

3.         The parents should strictly instruct. The van service providers to maintain punctuality i.e. in the morning the students should be dropped in the school latest by 8.00 only (5 minutes grace) and in the afternoon the student should be picked immediately after the final bell.

4.         Whenever the school van driver reports to the school late in the afternoon, the students start wandering here and there or students at times have tiff with each other resulting an unwarranted situation. The only solution to such issues is the van service provider should be regular and punctual.

5.         The school van service provider should know, that number of students travelling in a van, are allowed 1.5 times its registered capacity of number of passengers, it may carry. Generally, the permissible number for ordinary van is eight only. 

6.         From time to time, Govt. of Delhi, Directorate of Education Delhi, C.B.S.E. issue guide lines to ensure the smooth conduct of the transport means for the school wards. In order to strengthen safety and security measures to our own students, some of the points are noted for your perusal:

*          The vehicle being used for the Students Transport Service, should be registered in Delhi.

*          The driver and conductor of such vehicles should be permanent in covering the route.

*          The van should have basic facilities like cameras, lights, pollution control certificate etc.

*          The photocopy of the complete set of papers regarding the transporting vehicle should be in the van only.

*          The van should have a "First Aid Box" in the van.

*          The Police Verification of the Driver / The Conductor should be done. A copy of the same should be kept in the van and the other one should be with you.

*          One copy of the complete attested set of above listed papers should be with the school authority.

*          The operating fuel for the vehicle in use should be "CNG".

*          The window panes, the doors of vehicles should be proper and should be fully intact.

*          The driver should be given instructions that the vehicle should not be moving at the time of boarding and de-boarding of the students.

*          The driver should take extra precautions while using the reverse gear of the vehicle.

*          The driver should be directed not to be rash on road or do the over speeding. The vehicle should have speed governor.

*          The emergency help line, the police control room, the local police station phone numbers should be available with the driver.


            In view of the above, parents are hereby directed to ensure that the vehicle in use for their ward's transportation to and from the school should have compliance of the above noted directions.


            School authorities are always available to the parents during school working hours to address the query,   if any.

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