About the School

The first school of the Surendranath Group of Educational Institutions was established in 1883 by Rashtraguru Surendranath Banerjee, one of the earliest leaders of India's Independence Movement. Presently, the Trust set up by Sir Surendranath to manage the affairs of the educational institutions is responsible for setting up and managing 4 schools and 4 colleges where young people of every social class, community or linguistic group are educated through the medium of English or regional languages. This school enjoys minority status under Article 30 of the Constitution of India and is a protected institution and declared as such by the High Court in Originating Summons.

 

Our Expectations from Parents and Students

Parents must co-operate with school in enforcing regularity, punctuality and discipline. They should take active interest in their ward's progress and activities in school, through the school diary as a means of communication between teachers and parents.

In case of any change in Telephone No. & address the school must be intimated immediately or at the earliest.

Test ex-books should be signed after each test & returned the day after receiving them. End Semester-Progress Report Cards must also be signed by the parent concerned.

No absence will be condoned without a leave-application, nor will latecomers be allowed to attend class.

The Report Card is an important document and also should be kept safely. If the report card is lost, a replacement  will be made on the payment of Rs.30/-.

Care must be taken of all school property and any damage caused by a student will be made good by the student concerned. In addition to it a fine will be imposed for the offence.

Irregular Attendance, Negligence of work assignments and any form of misconduct are liable for punishment or dismissal, according to the discretion of the Principal.

Both Parents must attend the Parent-Teacher's meet.

Students should not carry cash or any valuable article. The school will not be responsible if the same is lost.

No Books, Periodicals, Pictures or Newspapers, Cassettes or CD's, Mobile Phones shall be brought into school without permission.

Students are expected to be in proper uniform, polished shoes, neatly trimmed hair and clean nails.

Any student found missing in class after coming to school, will be deal with severely by the school authorities.

Students should be well behaved and above all must respect all members of the staff, since conduct is the vital part of their development.

Students must obey House Captains, Perfects & other students on duty.

The Principal reserves the right to discharge any pupil whose behavior is deemed unsatisfactory. In such cases the Principal does not bind himself to giving any reason.

All students should converse in English in the school premises to develop their language skills.

Any student caught copying in examination or found committing malpractice will be suspended from school.

Students are not allowed to go out of the classroom without permission and are forbidden to contact outsiders during school hours.

It is compulsory for students to be present on the first and the last working days before and after each vacation.

 
 

 

 

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