At JAINS, our strength is our highly-skilled and well-trained teachers from different states of India and overseas who prepare the students to be active participants in a lifelong journey of learning. They are committed and passionate teachers who are instrumental in enhancing and channelizing the innate sense of wonder and curiosity of every child.
To be provided
|Play Group & NC
|07:30 am to 11:00 am
|LKG to XII
|07:30 am to 01:00 pm
|Play Group & NC
|08:30 am to 12:00 pm
|LKG to XII
|08:30 am to 02:00 pm
The Innocent Years:
- Students must bring the school diary everyday. If a student looses the diary, a new diary will have to be purchased otherwise he/she will be subjected to disciplinary action.
- Student should not damage the school property. Any damage done by accident should be reported at once to the appropriate authority. Each class will be responsible for looking after the school property. Any damage done will be compensated by the doer.
- No student will be allowed to leave the premises before the school gets over unless permission has been granted in writing.
- Students are prohibited to bring undesirable materials such as books other than their course, mobile phones, calculators etc or any other costly item to school. Disciplinary action will be taken against such offenders.
- Students are expected to be on time. Late comers will not be permitted to attend the school.
- The school authorities will not be responsible for any loss of the student’s money, books, clothes etc.
- Students are expected to come neat and tidy.
- Students are expected to speak in English and behave well in school as well as outside the school.
- The school reserves the right to dismiss any student whose diligence or progress in studies is steadily unsatisfactory or whose conduct is harmful to other students.
- Student should not litter paper or rubbish anywhere in the school premises.
- A student should not come to school if suffering from a contagious disease and same should be informed to school too.
The curriculum of the school is not just based on the scholastic area but here the curriculum is used to correctly diagnose learning problems and restore connections between the teacher and the learner, while in other situations it can be conceived as a framework that provides external settings for the learning process. The curriculum of the school supports network of physical, social and intellectual conditions and reinforce the behaviour of individual’s perception of the environment in order to reinforce the learning objectives and to facilitates the evaluation process. With this objective the curriculum strictly follows the NCERT / CBSE guidelines.
Periodic & Summative Assessment are conducted as per CBSE norms.