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INTRODUCTION

Our community comprises the various institutions being run by the GD Rungta Educational Society. It started in the year 1999 with a mere initial intake of 240 students. Today the scenario has completely changed. Today there are more than 4000 students from different parts of the country following their educational pursuits in one of the following institutions.

School board & Affiliations

The School is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education vide Affiliation No. 3330201
Registered with the Cambridge Assessment International Education vide Registration No. IA036

WHY RUNGTA?

We at Rungta Public School believe that children are individual learners with teacher as a guide. The teachers are passionate, enthusiastic, caring and supporting. RPS ensures high quality of teaching and pastoral care, a good level of discipline, value system, best infrastructural facilities and tech savvy learning environment. With we provide an outstanding range of opportunities beyond class room.

General Instructions

If you want your child to do well in school, then you yourself must develop a respect for the system and learning. The school believes in discipline. Slackness or disregard of rules will not be appreciated. Any work or action likely to lower the image of the school would be regarded as a breach of school discipline. The school reserves the right to expel a student whose diligence or progress in studies is considered unsatisfactory or whose conduct is harmful to other students. Misconduct,insubordination or contempt of authority and breaking rules are sufficient reasons for immediate expulsion or rustication.

Rules & Regulations

Discipline Codes

Parents and students are requested to note that the following practices are unacceptable and will invite strict disciplinary action. Please refer to the section on disciplinary measures:

HAZING, BULLYING, HARRASEMENT & ASSAULT
STEALING OR "BORROWING WITHOUT PERMISSION"
RESIDENTIAL MIXED SOCIALIZATION

Disciplinary Measures

We believe in establishing discipline through dialogue. However in extreme cases the following measures will be adopted to maintain discipline and reform the behavior of the children

However, the Head of School retains the right to expel a student outright if the offense is of a serious nature. The Head of School will have the right to withhold the Character certificate of any student whose conduct is not in keeping with the rules laid down by the school.

CHILD CARE & PROTECTION POLICIES

Child abuse and neglect are concerns throughout the world. Child abuse and neglect are violations of a child’s human rights and are obstacles to the child’s education as well as to their physical, emotional, and spiritual development.

RPS endorses the Rights of the Child, as per the prevailing Child Protection Act


Schools have a special institutional role in society as protectors of children. Schools need to insure that all children in their care are afforded a safe and secure environment in which to grow and develop, both at school and away. Educators, having the opportunity to observe and interact with children over time, are in a unique position to identify children who are in need of help and protection. As such, educators have a professional and ethical obligation to identify children who are in need of help and protection, and to take steps to insure that the child and family avail themselves of the services needed to remedy any situation that constitutes child abuse or neglect.


All staff employed at RPS must report suspected incidents of child abuse or neglect whenever the staff member has reasonable cause to believe that a child has suffered, or is at significant risk of suffering abuse or neglect. Reporting and follow up of all suspected incidents of child abuse or neglect will proceed in accordance with administrative regulations respective to this policy. Furthermore, cases of suspected child abuse or neglect may be reported to the appropriate employer, to the respective Cells / Agencies in the Local Authorities and / or to the appropriate child protection agency in the Country.


RPS seeks to be a safe haven for students who may be experiencing abuse or neglect in any aspect of their lives. As such, RPS distributes this policy annually to all parents and applicants and provides training to all staff working at RPS and will continue to make every effort to implement hiring practices to insure the safety of children, and will review the policy annually for compliance and effectiveness.


In the case of a staff member reported as an alleged offender, RPS will conduct a full investigation following a carefully designed course of due process, keeping the safety of the child at the highest priority.

In the case of a staff member reported as an alleged offender, RPS will conduct a full investigation following a carefully designed course of due process, keeping the safety of the child at the highest priority.

As per the directives of the CBSE and the State Government, we have undertaken the following measures for the Welfare, Protection and safety of Children under our care:

However, the Head of School retains the right to expel a student outright if the offense is of a serious nature. The Head of School will have the right to withhold the Character certificate of any student whose conduct is not in keeping with the rules laid down by the school.