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Maa Ambay Girls School History

Maa Ambay Girls School was inaugurated on April 8, 2010. The school has 200 students and 13 qualified teaching staff to take care of the educational needs of the students. The school is housed in a beautifully constructed building in Village Bhanoki, 5 kilometres from Phagwara, Kapurthala District, Punjab.

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SCHOOL RULES AND CODE OF CONDUCT

Pupil’s Leave Policy

  1. No leave of absence is granted without the prior permission of the principal.
  2. Parents must apply for such leave in writing. Leave should not be taken until permission has been granted.
  3. For any leave of absence due to illness, beyond two days, a letter supported by a medical certificate should be brought into the attention of the principal.
  4. Pupils suffering from any contagious or infectious disease are not allowed back to school until recovery is complete. They should submit a fitness certificate also.
  5. Pupils taking unsanctioned or unexplained leave for a continuous period for 6 or more school days are liable to be struck off.
  6. Pupils are expected to return to school promptly after vacation periods.

 

Maa Ambay Rules of Conduct

Maa Ambay Rules of Conduct

GENERAL RULES OF CONDUCT AND DISCIPLINE

  1. English is the medium of instruction in our school. Therefore, it is compulsory for all the students and teachers to use English language for academic work as well as for conversation.
  2. The main aim of the school is to give its pupils the education, keeping in view with the culture and tradition of the country. They are trained to realize their responsibilities and to develop a strong civic spirit that will prepare them for leadership in the society which they belong. The greatest emphasis is placed on the personality development of the pupils.
  3. Parents are requested to see that their wards should be punctual in attending the school. They are expected to co-operate with the work of the school by enforcing regularity and discipline and by taking personal interest in the child’s progress.
 

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