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- JSS International School - Co
J.S.S. International School
Co-educational, English Medium, Residential School, Ooty
A new academic block with 16 classrooms & a new dormitory with 140 beds
Young scholars in quest of knowledge investing their time in the school's modern library
JSS INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
J.S.S. International School
Theetukal, Fernhill Post, Ooty - 643 004, The Nilgiris, Tamil Nadu, India.
Ph : +91 - 423 - 2445041. Fax : +91 - 423 - 2440630.
E-mail : [email protected]
Website : www.jsspublicschoolooty.org / www.jsspublicschoolooty.com
BUILDING MINDS WITH CONVICTION
Pr o s p e c t u s
CONTENTS
1.
Welcome to J.S.S. International School.....................................................................
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2.
About J.S.S. Mahavidyapeetha................................................................................01
3.
Location...............................................................................................................01
4.
What the School offers............................................................................................
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5.
Infrastructure.........................................................................................................
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6.
Curriculum............................................................................................................
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Academic Year.......................................................................................................05
8.
Examinations........................................................................................................05
9.
Fee Structure.........................................................................................................05
10. Streams of Education..............................................................................................06
11. Admission Procedure.............................................................................................
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12. Discipline and Rules...............................................................................................
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13. Co-curricular activities............................................................................................09
14. Extra-curricular activities.........................................................................................10
15. The Boarding Facility..............................................................................................10
16. Nourishment for the body........................................................................................11
17. Day Scholars.........................................................................................................12
18. Transport..............................................................................................................12
19. Healthcare............................................................................................................13
WAYS TO GET TO OOTY
By Air: Coimbatore is the closest airport to Ooty, with
frequent flights from Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai and the
rest of the country. The distance by road from Coimbatore
to Ooty is 104 kms. Duration (driving time): 3 Hours.
By Road: All state bus companies have reservation offices
at the bus stand in Coimbatore and nearby towns.
Frequency of transport : 30 minutes
By Train: The Blue Mountain hill train from Mettupalayam
is the most scenic & spectacular way to get to Ooty.
PLACES TO STAY
Welcomgroup Fortune Hotel Sullivan Court: A new
plush place with top class facilities. Ph. No: 0423 2441416,
Fax: 2441417.
Holiday Inn, Gem Park: A place with all the facilities of a
top class hotel. Ph. No: 0423 2442955.
Hotel Savoy : Part of the Taj group, this place has every
possible convenience to make your stay comfortable.
Ph. No: 0423 2444142 Fax: 2443318.
Fernhill Palace: Owned by the Maharaja of Mysore, it
makes you relive the colonial days in royal splendour.
Ph. No: 0423 2442555 Fax: 2443097
The Willow Hill : Closest to the station. This hotel offers
you a comfortable stay at moderate prices. Ph. No: 0423
2442686 Fax: 2442686
Club:
Gymkhana Club, Ooty: Formed in 1896, it is one of the
oldest, most prestigious clubs in Ooty. It has an 18-hole
golf course with a picturesque location. Ph. No: 0423
2442254.
20. Conditions for Withdrawal.......................................................................................14
21. To Parents of all Boarders........................................................................................14
22. Communication Services for Boarders......................................................................15
ANNEXURES
I.
List of requirements for boarders..............................................................................16
II.
Weekdays Dormitory Routine..................................................................................19
III. Routine for Saturdays.............................................................................................19
IV.
Dorm Routine (Weekends).......................................................................................19
V.
Rules & Regulations...............................................................................................20
Information:
Tourist Office: The tourist office is open from 10 am to 6 pm
- Monday to Friday. This place gives out valid information,
is efficient and helpful. Ph. No: 0423 2443977.
Money: Currencies can be exchanged at the State Bank of
India (Ph: 2443940) - and also at The Big Shop
(Ph: 2444136) open daily from 9:30 am to 9 pm. The
exchange rates at The Big Shop are lower than the bank
rates and a minimal charge of conversion is levied but it is
very convenient and quick.
Post and Communications: The main post office is near
the Collector's office, with a branch on Ettines Road. Email can be accessed from many browsing centres across
the town. Global Net (Ph: 2447611) on Commercial Road
is open from 8:30 am to 11 pm daily. Heartbeat (Ph:
2446098) at 7, Charing Cross is open from 10 am to 8:30
pm daily and both these places offer reasonable rates.
Bookshops: Higginbothams (Ph: 2443736) One on
Commercial Road (closed on Wednesdays) and the other
near the Collector's office (closed on Sundays).
Travel Agencies: MB Travels organizes tours and airline
reservations. Ph. No: 2442604
PLACES OF INTEREST IN OOTY
Botanical Gardens: 24 hectares of beautifully maintained
gardens include numerous mature species as well as an
Italian garden and a Japanese garden. There is a tree
trunk fossil here believed to be 20 million years old.
Walking and Trekking: Hikes are organized by reputed
companies and resorts, allowing one to interact with
nature.
Boating & Horse Riding : A very pleasant way to spend
time. Rowing boats and horses can be hired at the tourist
cafe near the lake.
Paragliding and Hand-Gliding: To add delight for the
adventurous, information could be sought at the local
travel agents.
Places to Eat:
Shinkows Chinese Restaurant: Located at 30,
Commissioner's Road, has a wide variety of mouth
watering Chinese food.
Hotel Dasaprakash: This hotel is well known for its Thali
lunch. People sit, ashram style and enjoy delicious South
Indian thalis.
Spectacular Sports: The season for Ooty horse races
begins on April 14th and lasts till June. The season
creates considerable entertainment for the locals and also
the tourists.
Shopping: The main places to shop are located on
Commercial Road. There are several big departmental
stores like 1) Mohans Stores, Opp. Collectors Office.
Ph: 2442376, 2442374. 2) Motsons, Commercial Road.
Ph: 2442138. 3) Big Shop, Commercial Road. Ph:
2444136. 4) Chellarams, Commercial Road. Ph: 2442229
etc., which stock a variety of goods including clothing,
accessories and winter wear required by the boarders.
Dear Parents / Guardians,
We at J.S.S. International School thank you for your interest in our educational institution.
We sincerely hope that this prospectus has given you adequate information and an overview of what
our school is all about. Please don't hesitate to write to us should you need any clarifications or
additional information. We look forward to having your ward with us.
W elcome to
J.S.S. International School
T he Gateway to Excellence
The J.S.S. International School, Ooty, is a coeducational boarding school. It was established in the
year 1991. It's affiliations include the IGCSE 'O'
level, 'AS' and 'A' levels, CBSE (Central Board of
Secondary Education). The school is committed to
providing world class value-based education. The school is basically residential but also caters to day
scholars.
A bout J.S.S. Mahavidyapeetha - “Steeped in tradition yet broad-minded "
J.S.S. International School is a part of the renowned J.S.S. Mahavidyapeetha, Mysore, that has more than
300 educational institutions under its fold. It is
recognised as the largest private effort in the country
that is synonymous with quality education and social
reconstruction. Sponsored and nurtured by the great
sages of Jagadguru Shri Veerasimhasana Mutt, Suttur,
Mysore District, the Mahavidyapeetha is headed by
Jagadguru Shri Shivarathri Deshikendra Maha
Swamigalavaru, our guiding force and mentor.
According to legend, Adi Jagadguru, who helped to
maintain peace in the region between Raja Raja Chola
of Kanchi and Raja Malla of Talkad, through his spiritual teachings and timely intervention, founded the
— The other Institutions under the J.S.S. Group located at Ooty.
Mahavidyapeetha of Suttur in the 10th century A.D. Both kings became his disciples and helped to
— J.S.S. College of Pharmacy
Ph: +91 - 423 - 2443393
establish the Veerasimhasana Mutt at Suttur. Since then, the ancient Peetha has been actively involved in
— J.S.S. Institute of Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences
Ph: +91 - 423 - 2440448
developing religious and spiritual thoughts, culture and literature, especially in the field of education.
Ph: +91 - 423 - 2444128
L ocation-"Nestled in idyllic Surroundings"
( For Yoga, Meditation, Health Club facilities, etc.)
— J.S.S. Nature Cure Hospital
T h e
— Courses Offered at other J.S.S. Institutions in India
s c h o o l
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l o c a t e d
o n
25 acres of land, a stone's throw from the Ooty Lake. It is
w M. B. B. S. and Post Graduate Medical Courses, Mysore w Bachelor of Dental Surgery, Mysore w Bachelor
situated amidst scenic surroundings atop a hill, 8000 ft.
of Pharmacy, Mysore/Ooty w Master of Pharmacy, Mysore / Ooty w Doctor of Philosophy (Pharmacy),
above sea level. The serene environment offers just the
M y s o r e / O o t y w B a c h e l o r o f A y u r v e d i c M e d i c i n e a n d S u r g e r y, M y s o r e
perfect setting for the peaceful pursuit of knowledge and
w Diploma in Nursing, Mysore w B. Sc. Nursing, Mysore w Bachelor of Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences,
wisdom.
Ooty w Master of Business Administration, Mysore w Master of Computer Application, Mysore/Noida (UP)
w Bachelor of Engineering/Mysore/Bangalore/Noida, (UP).
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W hat the school offers - “To spread the Light of
Knowledge"
Our mission is to offer high quality education dedicated to building minds with conviction, integrity,
social and moral responsibility. We are committed to
educating the students beyond the confines of a class
room to make them better individuals and develop
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their personalities, enabling them to face the challenges of the modern world.
Keeping this in mind, the school offers a whole range of educational programmes, coupled with cocurricular and extra-curricular activities for the overall development of the children.
The facilities include:
1.
Spacious and well-equipped classrooms,
laboratories, an auditorium and a dining hall.
2.
Well-qualified, experienced teachers and
administrative staff.
3.
Residential facilities from Std. I upwards with
spacious and separate dormitories for both boys
and girls.
4.
The school kitchen and bakery serve wholesome vegetarian meals with appropriate changes in the
menu every week, recommended by a qualified dietician.
5.
Facilities for sports include well appointed grounds and tracks, tennis courts, a golfing area, football,
cricket, basketball and volleyball courts besides several indoor games like shuttle, chess, table tennis,
carrom, under the supervision of qualified physical trainers and instructors.
Weekend activities include boating, horse riding, trekking, camping, besides visits to wild life sanctuaries in Mudumalai (Tamil Nadu) and in
Bandipur (Karnataka)
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Do not write on or disfigure the walls, or cause damage to furniture's (desks / cots / cupboards), sanitary
fittings etc., a fine would be levied which would include the cost of replacing the damaged item. Repeated
occurrence would lead to strong action.
38.
Theft would be treated seriously. Any student found guilty of it, would be immediately suspended and
may be permanently expelled. Suspension would be awarded only by the Principal after a proper enquiry.
Reporting of a theft must be immediate.
38.
Leaving the school premises without the permission of the Principal is prohibited. Students found
outside the school premises without the permission of the Principal could be expelled on the spot and
parents asked to take away the student.
40.
A healthy relationship between boys and girls is encouraged. Unhealthy relationship between boys and
girls will not be tolerated and the offender / offenders will be immediately dealt with, with punishment
that could also include expulsion.
Students would be permitted to bring only one set of colour clothes, which may be worn on the student's
birthday. On all other days the student should conform to the stipulated dress code.
41.
Rules applicable to senior students
(Besides rules 1 to 41)
40.
Possession of tobacco, cigarettes or any other addictive substance, would result in expulsion of
the student.
41.
Any form of Aggression, Rowdyism, Manhandling of juniors may result in very strict disciplinary
action.
42.
Repeated failure to comply with rules and regulations and any form of insubordination with
school / dorm staff may result in expulsion.
I nfrastructure
Equipped to equip : The School's sprawling
25-acre campus close to the Ooty lake is free from
noise and air pollution. Being on the outskirts of Ooty
and atop a hill, the environment is greener and
temperatures during the day and night, a good 20 C to
30 C lower than Ooty town. Visitor friendly signages
all over the campus guide visitors to the designated
areas of their choice.
Academic blocks and dormitories are spacious and have a lot of natural light. A well-lit campus,
playgrounds and auditorium add lustre to the campus. Water supply is adequate, with back up through
underground sumps. In-house boilers provide the requisite water supply for daily washing and bathing.
Aqua-guards and water doctors at vantage points provide filtered drinking water. The dining hall and
kitchen area are clean and well maintained and all kitchen staff run through an annual health checkup. All
service staff have uniforms. School buses ply between the city-centre and the school to facilitate quick
transfer of students and teachers. The fenced campus has 24-hour security guards for the safety of all
residents.
All academic staff are appointed through a
selection process, which has stringent benchmarks and
standards. Teaching skills are upgraded through
periodic training, and through sponsorship of teachers
to training programs organized by the British Council.
The school has its own laundrette, with a washing
machine, dryer and ironing bay. The weekly laundry
service is operated by washer-men (dhobis), employed
by the school. Clothes drying yards are provided to
keep the dampness out of dorms.
A peek into our facilities
Experiment centres of excellence
The school has well-equipped laboratories for Physics, Chemistry and Biology. The Computer Labs(senior
and junior), are spacious, aesthetically designed and equipped with the latest in the field of Information
Technology. They are open to children of all ages.
The Powerhouse of Knowledge
The school has excellent libraries, well-stocked with the
latest books, journals and magazines besides several
newspapers. They are kept open after school hours for
the benefit of resident scholars. The libraries also have
a multimedia PC
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with Internet connection and a collection of the latest
CDs. Book Exhibitions by leading publishers,
symposia, seminars and workshops are also conducted.
24.
25.
Playing to Win
Sports and games are an integral part of a student life.
Besides being a source for recreation, they also help to
develop self-confidence, healthy competition and
team spirit among students. The school has excellent
facilities for sports and encourages it's students to
actively participate in them. The vast playground consists of a football field, basketball courts, a volley ball
court, badminton & tennis courts and a mini golf course. The school is an active participant in the interschool sports meets.
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29.
Within the school, the students are divided into four houses, viz Jala, Agni, Vayu and Prithvi. As
competitions form an essential part of the co-curricular activities, Inter-house academic and sports meets
are encouraged and conducted each year to promote house spirit and sportsmanship. The school also has a
spacious multi-purpose hall for indoor games such as carrom, chess and badminton. Yoga classes are
conducted in order to strengthen the mind and increase the power of concentration, providing the right
balance between body and mind.
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C urriculum - "The Prime Objective"
33.
The medium of instruction is English. The general
course of studies from Std. I to X adhere to the syllabi
and instructional material formulated by the National
Council for Educational Research and Training
(NCERT). Having an exemplary performance in the
CBSE Syllabus, the school has introduced the IGCSE
'O', 'AS' & 'A' levels of Education. Admissions are now
open for the 6th, 7th, 8th & 9th Standards. In order to offer this quality of education the school has already
appointed highly experienced and qualified teachers, improved the existing facilities of the laboratories,
Computer Labs and other functional areas, providing the best of International Education at JSS.
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35.
In the Classroom
A lot of interaction takes place in the classroom through discussions, seminars, presentations, and project
work. The students are trained to question, analyse, assimilate and apply. Their communication skills are
developed through elocutions, debates, essay writing
and story writing. The students are also encouraged to
speak in the Assembly.
36.
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Newspapers / magazines would be stacked in the book racks in the dormitory lounges for reading
during leisure. They must be returned to the right place and not be vandalized or torn. Anyone seen
tearing pages from a magazine or newspaper would be fined.
After school hours, all children must change into their sports kits. Children seen in school uniform or
casual clothes on the games field would warrant disciplinary action.
All children must learn how to make their own beds with the help of the dorm sisters. They should
make their own beds every morning and tidy their cupboards.
Boys and girls have separate dormitories and cannot enter each other's dorms.
Certain areas of the school would be out of bounds for the students:
— Dormitories during class hours
— Dorms other than your own
— Staff residences and service staff quarters
Good table manners are a must. Your Warden / Matron would advise you on Do s and Don'ts.
Absolute silence is to be maintained during meals in the dining hall. To draw the attention of a service
staff, the students must raise their hands.
All boarders must be present in the dining hall for all meals unless otherwise permitted by the Principal
or the Warden. Absolute silence is to be maintained during meals in the dining hall. Students are
required to conform to discipline and observe table manners and strictly adhere to the
announcements that are made from time to time.
Every outing is compulsory, since it is planned with the purpose of educating the child.
Boarders who are weak in academics should be prepared for extra work and may have to forego even
outing to catch up with homework and tuitions if required.
TV viewing would be only over weekends and with permission from the Warden / Matrons. Channels
on view: Discovery, National Geographic, Sports, BBC, Cartoon Network, Pogo and NDTV News
Channel.
Children who do not return to School after the mid term / winter / summer break on schedule ( unless
with prior permission) would be dealt with as follows:
l For the first misdemeanor, the child shall be charged a fine of Rs. 1000/- per day late.
l For the second misdemeanor, the child shall be charged a fresh admission fee.
l If the offence is repeated, the child shall not be allowed to attend school and will be
sent home.
l Students should not have tinted hair when they return to school after holidays.
l Boys shall come with a proper hair cut after holidays.
Using of foul language and ragging of junior students is strictly prohibited. Such misdemeanor could
result in the child being expelled forthwith.
Dorm prefects cannot use corporal punishment on the students, especially juniors who must be
disciplined with care.
Boarders are forbidden from bringing the following items into the school / dorms
l
Non vegetarian items of food
l
Any tuck purchased from outside or from home.
(Tuck like Confectionery / Savouries / Chips / Biscuits / Fruit Juices / Chocolates &
Ice creams are provided to students every Sunday from the school Tuck Shop).
l
Costly items such as jewellery, wristwatches, cash, cell phones, walkmans, cameras,
MP3/MP4s, Electronic dictionaries etc.,
l
Money / credit cards
l
Chewing / bubble gum
l Hair gel, friendship bands, playing cards, body spray, Hair dyes, Hair straightener,
Cosmetics etc.
Annexure - V
Rules & Regulations for stay in the boarding at
J.S.S. International School, Ooty.
Evaluation
Continuous evaluation of the student's performance is
made possible by way of Class Tests, Unit Tests,
Assignments and Project Work. Records of the student's
progress throughout the year are sent to the parents at
the end of each test, in the form of reports. Parents are
requested to meet the concerned teachers to discuss
their wards progress during specified hours each term.
Personal attention is given to every student by
maintaining a harmonious teacher - student ratio.
1.
All fees must be paid on schedule (in June and November of each year).
2.
Parents/ Guardians cannot enter the dormitories. They should report to the school office. The
student, with permission from the Warden / Matron, would then be allowed to meet the visitors in the
office.
3.
No boarder would be allowed out of the school without a written authorization note from the parent.
Kindly make sure to mention a contact telephone number in your letter (or an
e-mail id / fax no)
4.
Parents / Guardians are permitted to meet their wards on 2nd Sundays of each month only with prior
permission of the Principal. No other person is allowed to meet the students. They are not allowed to
enter the dormitories or the class rooms.
5.
Parents will not be allowed to take their wards out of the dormitories on vacations or other holidays
unless all dues are cleared. Kindly check fee cards.
6.
No request to send children with an escort or by themselves would be entertained unless all dues have
been paid in full by the parents. Kindly check fee cards.
7.
Students would not be permitted to make phone calls during weekdays. However, messages would be
received and passed on to their wards only under extraordinary circumstances. Phone calls could be
m a d e b y p a r e n t s o n w e e k e n d s . P l e a s e f o l l o w
prospectus (Communication section) for detailed information on days / timings.
A cademic Year
The academic year commences in the month of June and concludes in April of the following year.
8.
Expenses towards ticket ( Air / Rail / Road) and escort must be paid in advance to the school office
before a request for booking/s is / are made to the school office.
9.
All students must follow the daily programme - which includes getting up on time and participation in
meditation. This is compulsory and without exception.
10.
Prep time in the morning must be used to go through the lessons (subject wise) that are planned for the
day. The evening prep time on the other hand should be used for completion of homework (subject
wise). Walking around and talking in the study hall is not permitted.
The Academic Year consists of three terms
Term I
- First week of June to mid-September.
Term II
- Mid-September to 3rd week of December.
Term III - 3rd week of January till mid- April.
Std. I to XII will work on all Saturdays. All Sundays are holidays.
11.
Uniform/s as specified must be worn by all. (This includes not just the school uniform but also
uniforms on the sports fields).
12.
Wearing of blazers is compulsory for all students (on Mondays and for all school functions).
13.
All boarders must assemble outside their dorms 5 minutes before moving for Prep. Roll call would be
taken before morning and Evening Prep.
14.
Wearing borrowed clothes is forbidden.
15.
Dhobi clothes should be left in the dhobi bag on the due day. No clothes will be accepted after the due
date.
16.
Boys hair must be short enough so they do not cover the ears or fall across the forehead, or cover the
shirt collar.
17.
Girls with shoulder length hair must tie them up with ribbons.
18.
Small ear studs are to be worn only by the girls. No chains, rings and other earrings are allowed to be
worn by either girls or boys. Boarders should not bring in jewellery, except a pair of studs (not rings or
drops) to be worn only by girl students.
19.
The girls shall not bring any dress that is sleeveless and / or transparent.
20.
Children who do not look after their belongings would warrant disciplinary action.
21.
Girls should not move out of their dorms without a lady escort at all times.
22.
Movement about the school, especially in the corridors should be orderly - keeping to the right hand
side and without making any noise.
Special classes are taken for all children in the X and XII, as preparations for the board exams. Remedial
classes for slow learners are conducted every day in the evening between 3.30 p.m. and 4.30 p.m. for the
juniors and 4.30 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. for the seniors.
E xaminations
Students of Std IX and X are prepared for the All India Secondary School Examination (AISSE) of the
CBSE Board, which facilitates their entry into any higher secondary course. Students of XI and XII are
prepared for the All India Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (AISSCE) of the CBSE Board. The
school is a recognized examination centre for the Cambridge 'O' & 'A' Levels.
ACADEMIC PROGRESS
Last year 2008 - 2009
Std
Pass
%
Highest Mark
Distinctions
First
class
X
100%
484
29
21
XII
95%
431
4
10
F ee Structure
Please refer to the fee card placed in the jacket of the admission pack.
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7:15 A.M.
8:15 A.M.
8:45 A.M.
9:00 A.M.
1:00 P.M.
1:40 P.M
4:30 P.M
5:45 P.M.
6:00 P.M.
6:45 P.M.
7:00 P.M.
7:30 P.M.
9:00 P.M.
9:30 P.M.
9:00 P.M.
10:30 P.M.
J.S.S. International School, Ooty
S treams of Education
Curriculum - C.B.S.E.
Std I to IV
1. English
2. II Language (Hindi, Tamil, Kannada, French)
3. Science
4. Social Studies
5. Mathematics
Std V
1. English
2. II Language (Hindi, Tamil, Kannada, French)
3. III Language (Hindi, Tamil, Kannada, French, Malayalam, Sanskrit - given that Hindi must be taken as
either a II or III language)
4. Science
5. Social Studies
6. Mathematics
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WEEK DAYS DORM ROUTINE
Wake up
6:15 A.M.
Morning workout
7:00 A.M.
Bath
7:10 A.M.
Health drink
8:15 A.M.
Study
8:45 A.M.
Breakfast
9:00 A.M.
Going to classrooms
12:55P.M.
Classes
1:40 P.M.
Lunch
4:30 P.M.
Classes
5:45 P.M.
Games
6:00 P.M.
Back to Dorm
6:45 P.M.
Wash & change
7:00 P.M.
Roll Call
7:30 P.M.
Dinner
9:00 P.M.
Study
Bed time for juniors
Bed time for Middle school
10:30 P.M.
Study for Seniors
Bed time for seniors
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ROUTINE FOR SATURDAYS
Std VI to VIII
1. English
2. II Language (Hindi, Tamil, Kannada, French)
3. III Language (Hindi, Tamil, Kannada, French,
Malayalam, Sanskrit -given that Hindi must be
taken as either a II or III language)
4. Physics
5. Chemistry
6. Biology
7. History
8. Geography
9. Mathematics
5:30 A.M.
5:30 - 6:30 A.M
6:30 - 6:50 A.M
6:50 - 7:00 A.M
7:00 - 8:10 A.M
8:15 - 8:45 A.M
8:45 - 9:00 A.M
9:00 - 12:55P.M
1:30 - 2:00 P.M
2:00 - 4:00 P.M
Time
07:00 A.M.
07:00 A.M.
08:25 A.M.
08:30 A.M.
09:30 A.M.
11:00 A.M.
11:15 A.M.
1:00 A.M.
1:30 P.M.
2:15 P.M.
Std IX and X
1. English
2. II Language (Hindi, Tamil, Kannada, French,
Malayalam, Sanskrit)
3. Science (Physics, Chemistry and
Biology- combined)
4. Social Studies (History, Civics and
Geography - combined)
5. Mathematics
5:00
5:30
7:30
9:30
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P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
Wake up
Bath
Yoga
From Auditorium to study
Study
Breakfast
Moving from dining hall
Classes
Lunch
Games
4:45 - 5:30 P.M.
5:30 - 7:00 P.M.
7:00 - 7:30 P.M.
7:30 - 9:30 P.M.
Wash and change
Study
Dinner
Entertainment
Annexure - IV
DORM ROUTINE (Saturdays & other holidays)
Activity
Wake up
08:25 A.M.
- Bath & Change
08:30 A.M.
Roll call
09:00 A.M.
Break fast
11:00 A.M.
Study
11:15 A.M.
Break
1:00 P.M.
Games
1:30 P.M.
Lunch
2:15 P.M.
Rest in Dorm
5:00 P.M.
Cycling / Horse riding / Dance
/ Karate / Yoga / Tuck / Band
5:30 P.M.
Refresh and change
7:00 P.M.
Study
9:30 P.M.
Rest in Dorm
Bed Time
Std XI and XII (C.B.S.E)
Additionally (For both Boys and Girls)
1. Hangers
-
12
English Compulsory
2. Bag for sports kit (shoes/uniform etc)
-
1
3. Shoe polish for black shoes
-
2
4. Black shoe brushes
-
2
5. Liquid white polish for white canvas shoes
-
2
6. Nail cutter
-
1
7. School bag
-
1
8. Exam Board
-
1
9. Self addressed stamped envelopes
-
24
A Science
Science Stream:
Group-1
Physics
Chemistry
Biology
Mathematics
Group-2
Physics
Chemistry
Mathematics
Computer Science
B Commerce
Commerce Stream:
Business Studies
Accountancy
Economics
Computer Science
Mathematics
nd
2 Language
(Any 4 Subjects)
IGCSE 'O' Level (Std 6th, 7th, 8th , 9th & 10th)
I.G.C.S.E. (Standards VI to VIII)
English as a second language
French / Hindi (any one)
as a foreign language
Computer Science
Combined Science
Mathematics
I.G.C.S.E. (Standard IX & X)
English as a second language
霠 French / Hindi (any one)
as a foreign language
Computer Science
Combined Science
Mathematics
Economics
Physical Education
I.G.C.S.E. (Standards IX & XII) ('AS' & 'A' Levels)
English Mathematics Computer Science
Accountancy Business Studies & Economics
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LIST OF REQUIREMENTS FOR BOARDERS
(GIRLS)
I. Casual Wear
1. Vest
10
2. Under garments
12 sets
3. Night wear (pyjamas)
4
4. Handkerchief
12
5. Bath towels
4
6. Face towels
4
7. Peak cap (Trekking/Picnic)
1
8. Slippers (Hawaii)
1 pair
9. Swimming suit
1
10. Thermal wear (For Winter)
2 sets
11. Coloured T- Shirt / Shirts (to be Worn only on occasions) - 1 (Hip Length & Loose)
12. Coloured Trousers / Jeans (to be Worn only on occasions) -1 (Waist to be above Hip Bone)
13. Sandals without heels
1 pair
14. Tights
3
15. Blankets for personal use
2
A dmission Procedure
Admission is based on the availability of seats and the
management reserves the right of admission. The entry
point is Std. I upwards for all students. A Selection
Committee will decide the eligibility of the candidates.
Children are admitted after an entrance exam.
Applications must be made in the prescribed form and
must be accompanied by:
霠 Transfer Certificate issued by the school last attended. If that school is not recognised by the
State Govt., it should be counter-signed by the Chief Education Officer or Block Education
Officer.
II. Toiletries
All children must come adequately equipped with toilet requisites for the whole term.
1. Mug
- 1
2. Soap dish
1
3. Combs
- 2
4. Soaps
12 Cakes
5. Shampoo (Large)
- 2
6. Hair oil (Liquid)
2
7. Tooth paste (Large)
- 3
8. Cold Cream (Large)
3
9. Body Lotion (Large)
3
10. Tissue box / Toilet roll (Large)
- 1 Box
11. Tooth Brush
4
12. Vaseline / Lip guard
- 2
13. Body Scrubber
1
14. Sanitary Napkins (as per requirements)
15. Bucket (Plastic)
1
霠 Original Marks Card.
霠 Original Birth Certificate from the
Corporation / Municipality.
霠 Passport size photographs (5 nos.)
Please note
霠 Submission of application form does not guarantee
admission.
霠 Candidates willing to enrol as resident scholars will
be preferred.
霠 Short-listed candidates will have to submit a Medical
Fitness Certificate attested by an authorised
physician.
III. Uniform Wear - (Available through the School)
1. Trousers
2. Shirts
3. Skirt
4. Ties (Ceremonial & Regular)
- 1+2
5. Sweaters (Full Sleeves)
6. Sweaters (Sleeveless)
7. Informal Sweater (Evening Wear)
8. Informal Shirt (Evening Wear)
- 2
9. Cargo pants (Evening Wear)
10. Black shorts
11. Track suits
12. T-Shirts (House colours)
13. Blazer
14. Black Shoe
15. White Canvas Shoes
16. School socks
17. Black socks
18. Jacket
-
D iscipline and Rules
1. It is the responsibility of the parents or guardians to ensure that their children or wards comply
and conform to the rules and regulations of the school. Strict action will be taken against those
students found violating the prescribed code of
conduct.
2. Every student should follow the uniform code as
specified at the end of the prospectus.
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3
6
1
2
2
2
2
4
2 sets
4
1
2 pairs
2 pairs
6 pairs
4 pairs
1
Annexure - I
LIST OF REQUIREMENTS FOR BOARDERS
(BOYS)
Clothes should be clean and neatly pressed. Shoes
I. Casual Wear
1. Underwear (briefs)
12
2. Vests
12
3. Night wear(Pyjamas)
4
4. Handkerchiefs
12
5. Bath towels
4
6. Face towels
4
7. Peak cap(Trekking/ picnic)
1
8. Slippers (Hawaii)
1pair
9. Swimming trunk
1
10.Thermal wear(For Winter)
2 sets
11.Coloured T-Shirt /Shirts (to be Worn only on occasions)-1 (Hip Length & Loose)
12.Coloured Trousers/Jeans (to be Worn only on occasions)-1 (Waist to be above Hip Bone)
13. Sandals
1 pair
14. Blankets for personal use
2
should be polished daily. The accent is on a smart
and neat appearance in all aspects.
3. Students can avail leave only on the grounds of
sickness. For any other reason, prior permission is
required. A leave note from the parent must follow
the student's absence. Children should report to
school on the reopening date after each vacation.
4. Parents can meet the Principal between 9:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m, Monday to Friday, and at other
times by appointment. Children will not be permitted out of class to meet visitors.
II. Toiletries
All children must come adequately equipped with toilet requisites for the whole term.
1. Mug
- 1
2. Soap dish
1
3. Combs
- 2
4. Soaps
12 (Cakes)
5. Shampoo (Large)
- 2
6. Hair oil (Liquid)
2
7. Toothpaste (Large)
- 3
8. Cold cream (Large)
- 3
9. Body Lotion (Large)
3
10. Tissue box / Toilet roll (Large)
- 1 Box
11. Tooth Brush
4
12. Vaseline/Lip guard
- 2
13. Body Scrubber
1
14. Bucket (Plastic)
1
III. Uniform Wear - (Available through the School)
1. Trousers
2. Shirts
3. Ties (Ceremonial & Regular)
- 1+2
4. Sweaters-Full Sleeves
5. Sweater - Sleeveless
- 2
6. Informal Sweater (Evening wear)
7. Informal Shirt (Evening wear)
- 2
8. Cargo pants (Evening wear)
9. Black shorts
10. Track suits
11. T-Shirt (House colour)
12. Blazer
13. Black Shoe
14. White Canvas Shoes
15. School Socks
16.Black Socks
17.Jacket
-
5. All correspondences pertaining to a child's
progress must be addressed only to the Principal.
6. Misbehaviour, indiscipline, insubordination,
wilful destruction of school property and such
other misconduct, is punishable according to the
gravity of the situation. In such cases, decisions
taken by the management shall be final.
C o-curricular Activities - Beyond Just Books - "For all-round growth."
5
6
The school aims at the overall development of the student's personality. With this aim, the students are
encouraged to become members of various clubs in order to participate in various hobbies and activities.
2
Saturday mornings are meant for cultural programmes. They include elocution, debating, public speaking,
extempore, singing, quiz, cookery, rangoli, theatre and dance. Competitions are generally held class wise or
2
house wise. The school offers a rich fare of
2
4
2 sets
4
1
2 pairs
2 pairs
6 pairs
4 pairs
1
training
in music, both Western and Indian
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classical, which caters to the musically talented as well as
C ommunication Services for Boarders
to the mere enthusiast.
The school prides itself on an effective communication network,
which the boarders are encouraged to utilize.
E xtra-curricular activities - Action packed T h e s c h o o l we b s i t e w w w. j s s p u b l i c s c h o o l o o t y. o rg /
www.jsspublicschoolooty.com gives you an insight into the latest
h a p p e n i n g s i n t h e s c h o o l , v i a t h e b u l l e t i n b o a rd .
p r i n c i p a l @ j s s p u b l i c s c h o o l o o t y. o r g i s t h e
e-mail address through which parents may communicate with
the Principal and [email protected] is the e-mail
address through which parents may communicate with their wards.
"A healthy mind in a healthy body"
The school provides excellent facilities for a variety of
extra-curricular activities after school hours or during
weekends which include karate, art and sculpture,
photography, horse riding, trekking, golf, etc. Students are encouraged to practice Yoga. They can make use of
the Health Club, Sauna, Jacuzzi and massage facilities during the weekends at our sister institution JSS INYS.
Swimming, boating and camping may be included under the watchful supervision of the concerned staff
The dormitories have separate phone lines for parents only to contact
their children.
members. Regular weekend outings and excursions are organised with the objective to offer educational as
Dorm A (Girls)
well as recreational experiences to students.
- 2900021, 2900051
Dorm B (Boys)
The school enjoys a hilly terrain around the campus that
is conducive for mountaineering, trekking and rock-
T he Boarding facility “Home away from home".
The school takes pride in closely monitoring the
educational and emotional well-being of each and every
student. The school takes such excellent care of the
children that the word “home sickness" ceases to exist in their vocabularies. The school has separate, wellfurnished dormitories for boys and girls. They are aesthetically designed with optimum convenience. The
dormitories are strategically located to ensure that the children have easy access to the class rooms and the
dining hall. Each dormitory is run under the care of a dorm-master who keeps a close watch on the physical
health and academic progress of the students. A matron-in-charge supervises the other routine work
regarding cleanliness and laundry. Kindly see Annexure
I for a list of items required to be brought along at the
time of admission for boarding (both boys and girls).
Kindly refer Annexures II, III, IV for weekdays and week
end routine of boarders. Making boarding fun are the
b o n f i r e s
+91
- 423
- 2900052, 2900066
Dorm C (Boys)
Direct Line- +91 - 423
- 2900091, 2900506
Besides the above, parents can contact their children through board (EPABX)
Nos. +91 - 423 - 2442520
2445138
2445041
2451619
Dorm `A' (Extn Nos.) : 216, 217, 218, 219
Dorm `B' (Extn Nos.) : 220, 221, 222, 223
Dorm `C' (Extn Nos.) : 226, 227, 228
Days /timing for all incoming calls (including Thailand and Korea and Srilanka)
Saturdays
: 2:00 pm to 5:30 pm & 7.30 pm to 10.00 pm
Sundays / Holidays : 7:00 am to 9.00 am; 3:00 pm to 5:30 pm;
7:30 pm to 10:00 pm
For parents residing in the Gulf (Middle East), the day and timings are :
Tuesday : 6.00 pm to 7:00 pm & 9.00 pm to 10.00 pm
We provide card phone facilities to all resident students in case parents are unable to call on
stipulated days. Children may talk to their parents from the
comfort of their dormitories.
We also have a fax line for quick access. The fax number is
+91-423-2440630.
However, we would like parents to encourage their children to lift
a pen and write home about their stay at school. There is a special
charm in this method of communication, besides the personal
touch of pen to paper.
climbing.
w e e k e n d
Direct Line- +91 - 423
Direct Line -
t h a t
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JSS INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
V isits and Days Off
allows students to exhibit their hidden talents, like
Boarders may visit their guardian's home on free
acting, singing and stand-up comedy.
weekends as decided by the Principal. If for some
unavoidable reason a parent/guardian wants to take
C ounselling Programme -
them out at other times, prior permission should be
obtained. Other visitors may be allowed to visit the
“That extra edge"
children only if they get written permission from the
The school provides professional advice on exploring
parents concerned.
career options and specific guidance on the chosen career
O ther Information
depending upon student's strength and their likes and
In order to inculcate leadership qualities, students are appointed as Head Boy / Head Girl, House Captains
dislikes.
and Class Prefects. Thus they get an opportunity to play an integral part in maintaining discipline. The
school has an in-house magazine called 'Gyan Jyothi' published annually and a bimonthly medical journal
N ourishment for the body - "Health is Wealth"
‘Swasthya’. Both are produced by the students and staff editors. Senior students are taken on educational
The hostel, equipped with a modern and hygienic kitchen, experienced cooks, serves wholesome and
tours at least once a year, to places of historical interest all over our Great Country and abroad.
delicious vegetarian food. The food arrangements, right from preparation to serving, are done under the strict
C onditions for Withdrawal
supervision of the warden. Variety in the menu forms the spice of life. Every effort is taken to nourish the
The school administration requires three months notice in case a parent intends to withdraw his / her ward,
students with a balanced diet. The changes in menu are regularly done in consultation with a qualified
whether day scholar or boarder. In lieu of notice, three months' fee (covering both boarding and tuition)
will have to be paid. When a child is not reporting back for the next academic year, the parent concerned
dietician. Every dinner session has its moments of
should notify The Principal of the school in writing by March 31st of the year in question.
excitement, where students are encouraged to speak on
different subjects to inculcate public speaking. The
school is also equipped with a tuck shop, where students
can try out new food products and essentials at a
reasonable cost. The tuck shop allows every student to
T O PARENTS OF ALL BOARDERS
break away from routine and teach them the importance
1. A list of articles should be pasted on the inside lid of the trunk and a duplicate copy
handed over to the Matron.
of managing finances.
2. The school cannot arrange for the safe keeping of any valuables, therefore it is
desired that the student does not bring any expensive items (eg. jewellery, cell
phones, MP3s/4s, Video games, cassette players, walkmans, transistors, costly
pens or watches) with him / her.
W arden
We have introduced with effect from June '05 certain aspects in the day-to-day routine wherein students are
able to improve their vocabulary, cultivate the art of news reading and public speaking. It is obligatory on the
3. No pocket money should be given to the children. They will have a book account
with the school office, and expenses if any (e.g. tuck purchase) would be charged
to parents at the end of the term. Cash left over from the journey from home to
school should be handed over by the students to the resident dorm parent
immediately on entry into the dorm. The cash shall be credited to the student's
personal account. The withdrawal of money would be monitored and controlled
for obvious reasons.
4. Any expensive item or cash, if found with the student thereafter, shall be
confiscated and donated to charity.
part of each child who is nominated on a day to day basis to go through the newspaper, prepare a news
bulletin
and read it to the students and teachers assembled in the
dining hall for dinner. Similarly a student is nominated
on a daily basis to prepare a speech on any interesting
subject and deliver this speech at
5. For any child under treatment prior to admission, medicines sent by parents will be
administered by the consultant doctor/ resident nurses. Prescriptions must
accompany all medicines. No child will be permitted to keep medicines in the
dormitory .
JSS INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
JSS INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
H ealthcare
dinner. In order to identify the hidden talents of a child,
Doctors from J.S.S. group of hospitals conduct dental
the boarding organizes Bonfires and talent nights where
and medical checks at the beginning of every academic
the student can show case his / her talent. A variety of
year. There are resident nurses to administer medication
activity takes place around the Bonfire (within the
and take care of the sick children. The school has a
school campus) which includes singing, dancing, quiz,
separate infirmary and a consultant doctor for the
jokes and playing a musical instrument. Students are
unlikely event of a medical emergency. Parents will be
encouraged to remain informal during the course of
informed in case of an emergency.
these Bonfires.
D ay Scholars
The students have the benefit of dining with the faculty members during the day in order to receive guidance
in improving their table manners. All day scholars will be partial boarders. They will be provided with mid-
N ew expansions and Up-gradation
morning snacks, lunch and afternoon tea. The charges to be paid in two instalments with the tuition fee.
The school is on a continuous expansion and up-gradation spree. This expansion has resulted in a new
academic and dormitory block. The academic block houses the ESL Course center with lingua-phones and
English learning kits that aid many an Indian and foreign student to improve their command over the English
T ransport
language. Apart from the language centre, the academic block also houses the Junior & Senior libraries and
The school buses ply from certain specified points in Ooty to J.S.S. International School on every working
the New I.G.C.S.E. (Cambridge) Curriculum.
day. Day scholars may use the service by paying the
prescribed fee, in two instalments along with the tuition
The new senior boys and girls dormitories enable an additional capacity of approximately 140 residential
fee.
students with facilities that include an infirmary, luggage rooms, a study hall etc.
JSS INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
JSS INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
H ealthcare
dinner. In order to identify the hidden talents of a child,
Doctors from J.S.S. group of hospitals conduct dental
the boarding organizes Bonfires and talent nights where
and medical checks at the beginning of every academic
the student can show case his / her talent. A variety of
year. There are resident nurses to administer medication
activity takes place around the Bonfire (within the
and take care of the sick children. The school has a
school campus) which includes singing, dancing, quiz,
separate infirmary and a consultant doctor for the
jokes and playing a musical instrument. Students are
unlikely event of a medical emergency. Parents will be
encouraged to remain informal during the course of
informed in case of an emergency.
these Bonfires.
D ay Scholars
The students have the benefit of dining with the faculty members during the day in order to receive guidance
in improving their table manners. All day scholars will be partial boarders. They will be provided with mid-
N ew expansions and Up-gradation
morning snacks, lunch and afternoon tea. The charges to be paid in two instalments with the tuition fee.
The school is on a continuous expansion and up-gradation spree. This expansion has resulted in a new
academic and dormitory block. The academic block houses the ESL Course center with lingua-phones and
English learning kits that aid many an Indian and foreign student to improve their command over the English
T ransport
language. Apart from the language centre, the academic block also houses the Junior & Senior libraries and
The school buses ply from certain specified points in Ooty to J.S.S. International School on every working
the New I.G.C.S.E. (Cambridge) Curriculum.
day. Day scholars may use the service by paying the
prescribed fee, in two instalments along with the tuition
The new senior boys and girls dormitories enable an additional capacity of approximately 140 residential
fee.
students with facilities that include an infirmary, luggage rooms, a study hall etc.
JSS INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
JSS INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
V isits and Days Off
allows students to exhibit their hidden talents, like
Boarders may visit their guardian's home on free
acting, singing and stand-up comedy.
weekends as decided by the Principal. If for some
unavoidable reason a parent/guardian wants to take
C ounselling Programme -
them out at other times, prior permission should be
obtained. Other visitors may be allowed to visit the
“That extra edge"
children only if they get written permission from the
The school provides professional advice on exploring
parents concerned.
career options and specific guidance on the chosen career
O ther Information
depending upon student's strength and their likes and
In order to inculcate leadership qualities, students are appointed as Head Boy / Head Girl, House Captains
dislikes.
and Class Prefects. Thus they get an opportunity to play an integral part in maintaining discipline. The
school has an in-house magazine called 'Gyan Jyothi' published annually and a bimonthly medical journal
N ourishment for the body - "Health is Wealth"
‘Swasthya’. Both are produced by the students and staff editors. Senior students are taken on educational
The hostel, equipped with a modern and hygienic kitchen, experienced cooks, serves wholesome and
tours at least once a year, to places of historical interest all over our Great Country and abroad.
delicious vegetarian food. The food arrangements, right from preparation to serving, are done under the strict
C onditions for Withdrawal
supervision of the warden. Variety in the menu forms the spice of life. Every effort is taken to nourish the
The school administration requires three months notice in case a parent intends to withdraw his / her ward,
students with a balanced diet. The changes in menu are regularly done in consultation with a qualified
whether day scholar or boarder. In lieu of notice, three months' fee (covering both boarding and tuition)
will have to be paid. When a child is not reporting back for the next academic year, the parent concerned
dietician. Every dinner session has its moments of
should notify The Principal of the school in writing by March 31st of the year in question.
excitement, where students are encouraged to speak on
different subjects to inculcate public speaking. The
school is also equipped with a tuck shop, where students
can try out new food products and essentials at a
reasonable cost. The tuck shop allows every student to
T O PARENTS OF ALL BOARDERS
break away from routine and teach them the importance
1. A list of articles should be pasted on the inside lid of the trunk and a duplicate copy
handed over to the Matron.
of managing finances.
2. The school cannot arrange for the safe keeping of any valuables, therefore it is
desired that the student does not bring any expensive items (eg. jewellery, cell
phones, MP3s/4s, Video games, cassette players, walkmans, transistors, costly
pens or watches) with him / her.
W arden
We have introduced with effect from June '05 certain aspects in the day-to-day routine wherein students are
able to improve their vocabulary, cultivate the art of news reading and public speaking. It is obligatory on the
3. No pocket money should be given to the children. They will have a book account
with the school office, and expenses if any (e.g. tuck purchase) would be charged
to parents at the end of the term. Cash left over from the journey from home to
school should be handed over by the students to the resident dorm parent
immediately on entry into the dorm. The cash shall be credited to the student's
personal account. The withdrawal of money would be monitored and controlled
for obvious reasons.
4. Any expensive item or cash, if found with the student thereafter, shall be
confiscated and donated to charity.
part of each child who is nominated on a day to day basis to go through the newspaper, prepare a news
bulletin
and read it to the students and teachers assembled in the
dining hall for dinner. Similarly a student is nominated
on a daily basis to prepare a speech on any interesting
subject and deliver this speech at
5. For any child under treatment prior to admission, medicines sent by parents will be
administered by the consultant doctor/ resident nurses. Prescriptions must
accompany all medicines. No child will be permitted to keep medicines in the
dormitory .
JSS INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
JSS INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
classical, which caters to the musically talented as well as
C ommunication Services for Boarders
to the mere enthusiast.
The school prides itself on an effective communication network,
which the boarders are encouraged to utilize.
E xtra-curricular activities - Action packed T h e s c h o o l we b s i t e w w w. j s s p u b l i c s c h o o l o o t y. o rg /
www.jsspublicschoolooty.com gives you an insight into the latest
h a p p e n i n g s i n t h e s c h o o l , v i a t h e b u l l e t i n b o a rd .
p r i n c i p a l @ j s s p u b l i c s c h o o l o o t y. o r g i s t h e
e-mail address through which parents may communicate with
the Principal and [email protected] is the e-mail
address through which parents may communicate with their wards.
"A healthy mind in a healthy body"
The school provides excellent facilities for a variety of
extra-curricular activities after school hours or during
weekends which include karate, art and sculpture,
photography, horse riding, trekking, golf, etc. Students are encouraged to practice Yoga. They can make use of
the Health Club, Sauna, Jacuzzi and massage facilities during the weekends at our sister institution JSS INYS.
Swimming, boating and camping may be included under the watchful supervision of the concerned staff
The dormitories have separate phone lines for parents only to contact
their children.
members. Regular weekend outings and excursions are organised with the objective to offer educational as
Dorm A (Girls)
well as recreational experiences to students.
- 2900021, 2900051
Dorm B (Boys)
The school enjoys a hilly terrain around the campus that
is conducive for mountaineering, trekking and rock-
T he Boarding facility “Home away from home".
The school takes pride in closely monitoring the
educational and emotional well-being of each and every
student. The school takes such excellent care of the
children that the word “home sickness" ceases to exist in their vocabularies. The school has separate, wellfurnished dormitories for boys and girls. They are aesthetically designed with optimum convenience. The
dormitories are strategically located to ensure that the children have easy access to the class rooms and the
dining hall. Each dormitory is run under the care of a dorm-master who keeps a close watch on the physical
health and academic progress of the students. A matron-in-charge supervises the other routine work
regarding cleanliness and laundry. Kindly see Annexure
I for a list of items required to be brought along at the
time of admission for boarding (both boys and girls).
Kindly refer Annexures II, III, IV for weekdays and week
end routine of boarders. Making boarding fun are the
b o n f i r e s
+91
- 423
- 2900052, 2900066
Dorm C (Boys)
Direct Line- +91 - 423
- 2900091, 2900506
Besides the above, parents can contact their children through board (EPABX)
Nos. +91 - 423 - 2442520
2445138
2445041
2451619
Dorm `A' (Extn Nos.) : 216, 217, 218, 219
Dorm `B' (Extn Nos.) : 220, 221, 222, 223
Dorm `C' (Extn Nos.) : 226, 227, 228
Days /timing for all incoming calls (including Thailand and Korea and Srilanka)
Saturdays
: 2:00 pm to 5:30 pm & 7.30 pm to 10.00 pm
Sundays / Holidays : 7:00 am to 9.00 am; 3:00 pm to 5:30 pm;
7:30 pm to 10:00 pm
For parents residing in the Gulf (Middle East), the day and timings are :
Tuesday : 6.00 pm to 7:00 pm & 9.00 pm to 10.00 pm
We provide card phone facilities to all resident students in case parents are unable to call on
stipulated days. Children may talk to their parents from the
comfort of their dormitories.
We also have a fax line for quick access. The fax number is
+91-423-2440630.
However, we would like parents to encourage their children to lift
a pen and write home about their stay at school. There is a special
charm in this method of communication, besides the personal
touch of pen to paper.
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Annexure - I
LIST OF REQUIREMENTS FOR BOARDERS
(BOYS)
Clothes should be clean and neatly pressed. Shoes
I. Casual Wear
1. Underwear (briefs)
12
2. Vests
12
3. Night wear(Pyjamas)
4
4. Handkerchiefs
12
5. Bath towels
4
6. Face towels
4
7. Peak cap(Trekking/ picnic)
1
8. Slippers (Hawaii)
1pair
9. Swimming trunk
1
10.Thermal wear(For Winter)
2 sets
11.Coloured T-Shirt /Shirts (to be Worn only on occasions)-1 (Hip Length & Loose)
12.Coloured Trousers/Jeans (to be Worn only on occasions)-1 (Waist to be above Hip Bone)
13. Sandals
1 pair
14. Blankets for personal use
2
should be polished daily. The accent is on a smart
and neat appearance in all aspects.
3. Students can avail leave only on the grounds of
sickness. For any other reason, prior permission is
required. A leave note from the parent must follow
the student's absence. Children should report to
school on the reopening date after each vacation.
4. Parents can meet the Principal between 9:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m, Monday to Friday, and at other
times by appointment. Children will not be permitted out of class to meet visitors.
II. Toiletries
All children must come adequately equipped with toilet requisites for the whole term.
1. Mug
- 1
2. Soap dish
1
3. Combs
- 2
4. Soaps
12 (Cakes)
5. Shampoo (Large)
- 2
6. Hair oil (Liquid)
2
7. Toothpaste (Large)
- 3
8. Cold cream (Large)
- 3
9. Body Lotion (Large)
3
10. Tissue box / Toilet roll (Large)
- 1 Box
11. Tooth Brush
4
12. Vaseline/Lip guard
- 2
13. Body Scrubber
1
14. Bucket (Plastic)
1
III. Uniform Wear - (Available through the School)
1. Trousers
2. Shirts
3. Ties (Ceremonial & Regular)
- 1+2
4. Sweaters-Full Sleeves
5. Sweater - Sleeveless
- 2
6. Informal Sweater (Evening wear)
7. Informal Shirt (Evening wear)
- 2
8. Cargo pants (Evening wear)
9. Black shorts
10. Track suits
11. T-Shirt (House colour)
12. Blazer
13. Black Shoe
14. White Canvas Shoes
15. School Socks
16.Black Socks
17.Jacket
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5. All correspondences pertaining to a child's
progress must be addressed only to the Principal.
6. Misbehaviour, indiscipline, insubordination,
wilful destruction of school property and such
other misconduct, is punishable according to the
gravity of the situation. In such cases, decisions
taken by the management shall be final.
C o-curricular Activities - Beyond Just Books - "For all-round growth."
5
6
The school aims at the overall development of the student's personality. With this aim, the students are
encouraged to become members of various clubs in order to participate in various hobbies and activities.
2
Saturday mornings are meant for cultural programmes. They include elocution, debating, public speaking,
extempore, singing, quiz, cookery, rangoli, theatre and dance. Competitions are generally held class wise or
2
house wise. The school offers a rich fare of
2
4
2 sets
4
1
2 pairs
2 pairs
6 pairs
4 pairs
1
training
in music, both Western and Indian
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LIST OF REQUIREMENTS FOR BOARDERS
(GIRLS)
I. Casual Wear
1. Vest
10
2. Under garments
12 sets
3. Night wear (pyjamas)
4
4. Handkerchief
12
5. Bath towels
4
6. Face towels
4
7. Peak cap (Trekking/Picnic)
1
8. Slippers (Hawaii)
1 pair
9. Swimming suit
1
10. Thermal wear (For Winter)
2 sets
11. Coloured T- Shirt / Shirts (to be Worn only on occasions) - 1 (Hip Length & Loose)
12. Coloured Trousers / Jeans (to be Worn only on occasions) -1 (Waist to be above Hip Bone)
13. Sandals without heels
1 pair
14. Tights
3
15. Blankets for personal use
2
A dmission Procedure
Admission is based on the availability of seats and the
management reserves the right of admission. The entry
point is Std. I upwards for all students. A Selection
Committee will decide the eligibility of the candidates.
Children are admitted after an entrance exam.
Applications must be made in the prescribed form and
must be accompanied by:
霠 Transfer Certificate issued by the school last attended. If that school is not recognised by the
State Govt., it should be counter-signed by the Chief Education Officer or Block Education
Officer.
II. Toiletries
All children must come adequately equipped with toilet requisites for the whole term.
1. Mug
- 1
2. Soap dish
1
3. Combs
- 2
4. Soaps
12 Cakes
5. Shampoo (Large)
- 2
6. Hair oil (Liquid)
2
7. Tooth paste (Large)
- 3
8. Cold Cream (Large)
3
9. Body Lotion (Large)
3
10. Tissue box / Toilet roll (Large)
- 1 Box
11. Tooth Brush
4
12. Vaseline / Lip guard
- 2
13. Body Scrubber
1
14. Sanitary Napkins (as per requirements)
15. Bucket (Plastic)
1
霠 Original Marks Card.
霠 Original Birth Certificate from the
Corporation / Municipality.
霠 Passport size photographs (5 nos.)
Please note
霠 Submission of application form does not guarantee
admission.
霠 Candidates willing to enrol as resident scholars will
be preferred.
霠 Short-listed candidates will have to submit a Medical
Fitness Certificate attested by an authorised
physician.
III. Uniform Wear - (Available through the School)
1. Trousers
2. Shirts
3. Skirt
4. Ties (Ceremonial & Regular)
- 1+2
5. Sweaters (Full Sleeves)
6. Sweaters (Sleeveless)
7. Informal Sweater (Evening Wear)
8. Informal Shirt (Evening Wear)
- 2
9. Cargo pants (Evening Wear)
10. Black shorts
11. Track suits
12. T-Shirts (House colours)
13. Blazer
14. Black Shoe
15. White Canvas Shoes
16. School socks
17. Black socks
18. Jacket
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D iscipline and Rules
1. It is the responsibility of the parents or guardians to ensure that their children or wards comply
and conform to the rules and regulations of the school. Strict action will be taken against those
students found violating the prescribed code of
conduct.
2. Every student should follow the uniform code as
specified at the end of the prospectus.
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6
1
2
2
2
2
4
2 sets
4
1
2 pairs
2 pairs
6 pairs
4 pairs
1
Std XI and XII (C.B.S.E)
Additionally (For both Boys and Girls)
1. Hangers
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12
English Compulsory
2. Bag for sports kit (shoes/uniform etc)
-
1
3. Shoe polish for black shoes
-
2
4. Black shoe brushes
-
2
5. Liquid white polish for white canvas shoes
-
2
6. Nail cutter
-
1
7. School bag
-
1
8. Exam Board
-
1
9. Self addressed stamped envelopes
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A Science
Science Stream:
Group-1
Physics
Chemistry
Biology
Mathematics
Group-2
Physics
Chemistry
Mathematics
Computer Science
B Commerce
Commerce Stream:
Business Studies
Accountancy
Economics
Computer Science
Mathematics
nd
2 Language
(Any 4 Subjects)
IGCSE 'O' Level (Std 6th, 7th, 8th , 9th & 10th)
I.G.C.S.E. (Standards VI to VIII)
English as a second language
French / Hindi (any one)
as a foreign language
Computer Science
Combined Science
Mathematics
I.G.C.S.E. (Standard IX & X)
English as a second language
霠 French / Hindi (any one)
as a foreign language
Computer Science
Combined Science
Mathematics
Economics
Physical Education
I.G.C.S.E. (Standards IX & XII) ('AS' & 'A' Levels)
English Mathematics Computer Science
Accountancy Business Studies & Economics
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5:30 A.M
5.45 A.M.
6:15 A.M.
7:00 A.M.
7:15 A.M.
8:15 A.M.
8:45 A.M.
9:00 A.M.
1:00 P.M.
1:40 P.M
4:30 P.M
5:45 P.M.
6:00 P.M.
6:45 P.M.
7:00 P.M.
7:30 P.M.
9:00 P.M.
9:30 P.M.
9:00 P.M.
10:30 P.M.
J.S.S. International School, Ooty
S treams of Education
Curriculum - C.B.S.E.
Std I to IV
1. English
2. II Language (Hindi, Tamil, Kannada, French)
3. Science
4. Social Studies
5. Mathematics
Std V
1. English
2. II Language (Hindi, Tamil, Kannada, French)
3. III Language (Hindi, Tamil, Kannada, French, Malayalam, Sanskrit - given that Hindi must be taken as
either a II or III language)
4. Science
5. Social Studies
6. Mathematics
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Annexure - II
WEEK DAYS DORM ROUTINE
Wake up
6:15 A.M.
Morning workout
7:00 A.M.
Bath
7:10 A.M.
Health drink
8:15 A.M.
Study
8:45 A.M.
Breakfast
9:00 A.M.
Going to classrooms
12:55P.M.
Classes
1:40 P.M.
Lunch
4:30 P.M.
Classes
5:45 P.M.
Games
6:00 P.M.
Back to Dorm
6:45 P.M.
Wash & change
7:00 P.M.
Roll Call
7:30 P.M.
Dinner
9:00 P.M.
Study
Bed time for juniors
Bed time for Middle school
10:30 P.M.
Study for Seniors
Bed time for seniors
Annexure - III
ROUTINE FOR SATURDAYS
Std VI to VIII
1. English
2. II Language (Hindi, Tamil, Kannada, French)
3. III Language (Hindi, Tamil, Kannada, French,
Malayalam, Sanskrit -given that Hindi must be
taken as either a II or III language)
4. Physics
5. Chemistry
6. Biology
7. History
8. Geography
9. Mathematics
5:30 A.M.
5:30 - 6:30 A.M
6:30 - 6:50 A.M
6:50 - 7:00 A.M
7:00 - 8:10 A.M
8:15 - 8:45 A.M
8:45 - 9:00 A.M
9:00 - 12:55P.M
1:30 - 2:00 P.M
2:00 - 4:00 P.M
Time
07:00 A.M.
07:00 A.M.
08:25 A.M.
08:30 A.M.
09:30 A.M.
11:00 A.M.
11:15 A.M.
1:00 A.M.
1:30 P.M.
2:15 P.M.
Std IX and X
1. English
2. II Language (Hindi, Tamil, Kannada, French,
Malayalam, Sanskrit)
3. Science (Physics, Chemistry and
Biology- combined)
4. Social Studies (History, Civics and
Geography - combined)
5. Mathematics
5:00
5:30
7:30
9:30
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P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
Wake up
Bath
Yoga
From Auditorium to study
Study
Breakfast
Moving from dining hall
Classes
Lunch
Games
4:45 - 5:30 P.M.
5:30 - 7:00 P.M.
7:00 - 7:30 P.M.
7:30 - 9:30 P.M.
Wash and change
Study
Dinner
Entertainment
Annexure - IV
DORM ROUTINE (Saturdays & other holidays)
Activity
Wake up
08:25 A.M.
- Bath & Change
08:30 A.M.
Roll call
09:00 A.M.
Break fast
11:00 A.M.
Study
11:15 A.M.
Break
1:00 P.M.
Games
1:30 P.M.
Lunch
2:15 P.M.
Rest in Dorm
5:00 P.M.
Cycling / Horse riding / Dance
/ Karate / Yoga / Tuck / Band
5:30 P.M.
Refresh and change
7:00 P.M.
Study
9:30 P.M.
Rest in Dorm
Bed Time
Annexure - V
Rules & Regulations for stay in the boarding at
J.S.S. International School, Ooty.
Evaluation
Continuous evaluation of the student's performance is
made possible by way of Class Tests, Unit Tests,
Assignments and Project Work. Records of the student's
progress throughout the year are sent to the parents at
the end of each test, in the form of reports. Parents are
requested to meet the concerned teachers to discuss
their wards progress during specified hours each term.
Personal attention is given to every student by
maintaining a harmonious teacher - student ratio.
1.
All fees must be paid on schedule (in June and November of each year).
2.
Parents/ Guardians cannot enter the dormitories. They should report to the school office. The
student, with permission from the Warden / Matron, would then be allowed to meet the visitors in the
office.
3.
No boarder would be allowed out of the school without a written authorization note from the parent.
Kindly make sure to mention a contact telephone number in your letter (or an
e-mail id / fax no)
4.
Parents / Guardians are permitted to meet their wards on 2nd Sundays of each month only with prior
permission of the Principal. No other person is allowed to meet the students. They are not allowed to
enter the dormitories or the class rooms.
5.
Parents will not be allowed to take their wards out of the dormitories on vacations or other holidays
unless all dues are cleared. Kindly check fee cards.
6.
No request to send children with an escort or by themselves would be entertained unless all dues have
been paid in full by the parents. Kindly check fee cards.
7.
Students would not be permitted to make phone calls during weekdays. However, messages would be
received and passed on to their wards only under extraordinary circumstances. Phone calls could be
m a d e b y p a r e n t s o n w e e k e n d s . P l e a s e f o l l o w
prospectus (Communication section) for detailed information on days / timings.
A cademic Year
The academic year commences in the month of June and concludes in April of the following year.
8.
Expenses towards ticket ( Air / Rail / Road) and escort must be paid in advance to the school office
before a request for booking/s is / are made to the school office.
9.
All students must follow the daily programme - which includes getting up on time and participation in
meditation. This is compulsory and without exception.
10.
Prep time in the morning must be used to go through the lessons (subject wise) that are planned for the
day. The evening prep time on the other hand should be used for completion of homework (subject
wise). Walking around and talking in the study hall is not permitted.
The Academic Year consists of three terms
Term I
- First week of June to mid-September.
Term II
- Mid-September to 3rd week of December.
Term III - 3rd week of January till mid- April.
Std. I to XII will work on all Saturdays. All Sundays are holidays.
11.
Uniform/s as specified must be worn by all. (This includes not just the school uniform but also
uniforms on the sports fields).
12.
Wearing of blazers is compulsory for all students (on Mondays and for all school functions).
13.
All boarders must assemble outside their dorms 5 minutes before moving for Prep. Roll call would be
taken before morning and Evening Prep.
14.
Wearing borrowed clothes is forbidden.
15.
Dhobi clothes should be left in the dhobi bag on the due day. No clothes will be accepted after the due
date.
16.
Boys hair must be short enough so they do not cover the ears or fall across the forehead, or cover the
shirt collar.
17.
Girls with shoulder length hair must tie them up with ribbons.
18.
Small ear studs are to be worn only by the girls. No chains, rings and other earrings are allowed to be
worn by either girls or boys. Boarders should not bring in jewellery, except a pair of studs (not rings or
drops) to be worn only by girl students.
19.
The girls shall not bring any dress that is sleeveless and / or transparent.
20.
Children who do not look after their belongings would warrant disciplinary action.
21.
Girls should not move out of their dorms without a lady escort at all times.
22.
Movement about the school, especially in the corridors should be orderly - keeping to the right hand
side and without making any noise.
Special classes are taken for all children in the X and XII, as preparations for the board exams. Remedial
classes for slow learners are conducted every day in the evening between 3.30 p.m. and 4.30 p.m. for the
juniors and 4.30 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. for the seniors.
E xaminations
Students of Std IX and X are prepared for the All India Secondary School Examination (AISSE) of the
CBSE Board, which facilitates their entry into any higher secondary course. Students of XI and XII are
prepared for the All India Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (AISSCE) of the CBSE Board. The
school is a recognized examination centre for the Cambridge 'O' & 'A' Levels.
ACADEMIC PROGRESS
Last year 2008 - 2009
Std
Pass
%
Highest Mark
Distinctions
First
class
X
100%
484
29
21
XII
95%
431
4
10
F ee Structure
Please refer to the fee card placed in the jacket of the admission pack.
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23.
with Internet connection and a collection of the latest
CDs. Book Exhibitions by leading publishers,
symposia, seminars and workshops are also conducted.
24.
25.
Playing to Win
Sports and games are an integral part of a student life.
Besides being a source for recreation, they also help to
develop self-confidence, healthy competition and
team spirit among students. The school has excellent
facilities for sports and encourages it's students to
actively participate in them. The vast playground consists of a football field, basketball courts, a volley ball
court, badminton & tennis courts and a mini golf course. The school is an active participant in the interschool sports meets.
26.
27.
28.
29.
Within the school, the students are divided into four houses, viz Jala, Agni, Vayu and Prithvi. As
competitions form an essential part of the co-curricular activities, Inter-house academic and sports meets
are encouraged and conducted each year to promote house spirit and sportsmanship. The school also has a
spacious multi-purpose hall for indoor games such as carrom, chess and badminton. Yoga classes are
conducted in order to strengthen the mind and increase the power of concentration, providing the right
balance between body and mind.
30.
31.
32.
C urriculum - "The Prime Objective"
33.
The medium of instruction is English. The general
course of studies from Std. I to X adhere to the syllabi
and instructional material formulated by the National
Council for Educational Research and Training
(NCERT). Having an exemplary performance in the
CBSE Syllabus, the school has introduced the IGCSE
'O', 'AS' & 'A' levels of Education. Admissions are now
open for the 6th, 7th, 8th & 9th Standards. In order to offer this quality of education the school has already
appointed highly experienced and qualified teachers, improved the existing facilities of the laboratories,
Computer Labs and other functional areas, providing the best of International Education at JSS.
34.
35.
In the Classroom
A lot of interaction takes place in the classroom through discussions, seminars, presentations, and project
work. The students are trained to question, analyse, assimilate and apply. Their communication skills are
developed through elocutions, debates, essay writing
and story writing. The students are also encouraged to
speak in the Assembly.
36.
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Newspapers / magazines would be stacked in the book racks in the dormitory lounges for reading
during leisure. They must be returned to the right place and not be vandalized or torn. Anyone seen
tearing pages from a magazine or newspaper would be fined.
After school hours, all children must change into their sports kits. Children seen in school uniform or
casual clothes on the games field would warrant disciplinary action.
All children must learn how to make their own beds with the help of the dorm sisters. They should
make their own beds every morning and tidy their cupboards.
Boys and girls have separate dormitories and cannot enter each other's dorms.
Certain areas of the school would be out of bounds for the students:
— Dormitories during class hours
— Dorms other than your own
— Staff residences and service staff quarters
Good table manners are a must. Your Warden / Matron would advise you on Do s and Don'ts.
Absolute silence is to be maintained during meals in the dining hall. To draw the attention of a service
staff, the students must raise their hands.
All boarders must be present in the dining hall for all meals unless otherwise permitted by the Principal
or the Warden. Absolute silence is to be maintained during meals in the dining hall. Students are
required to conform to discipline and observe table manners and strictly adhere to the
announcements that are made from time to time.
Every outing is compulsory, since it is planned with the purpose of educating the child.
Boarders who are weak in academics should be prepared for extra work and may have to forego even
outing to catch up with homework and tuitions if required.
TV viewing would be only over weekends and with permission from the Warden / Matrons. Channels
on view: Discovery, National Geographic, Sports, BBC, Cartoon Network, Pogo and NDTV News
Channel.
Children who do not return to School after the mid term / winter / summer break on schedule ( unless
with prior permission) would be dealt with as follows:
l For the first misdemeanor, the child shall be charged a fine of Rs. 1000/- per day late.
l For the second misdemeanor, the child shall be charged a fresh admission fee.
l If the offence is repeated, the child shall not be allowed to attend school and will be
sent home.
l Students should not have tinted hair when they return to school after holidays.
l Boys shall come with a proper hair cut after holidays.
Using of foul language and ragging of junior students is strictly prohibited. Such misdemeanor could
result in the child being expelled forthwith.
Dorm prefects cannot use corporal punishment on the students, especially juniors who must be
disciplined with care.
Boarders are forbidden from bringing the following items into the school / dorms
l
Non vegetarian items of food
l
Any tuck purchased from outside or from home.
(Tuck like Confectionery / Savouries / Chips / Biscuits / Fruit Juices / Chocolates &
Ice creams are provided to students every Sunday from the school Tuck Shop).
l
Costly items such as jewellery, wristwatches, cash, cell phones, walkmans, cameras,
MP3/MP4s, Electronic dictionaries etc.,
l
Money / credit cards
l
Chewing / bubble gum
l Hair gel, friendship bands, playing cards, body spray, Hair dyes, Hair straightener,
Cosmetics etc.
37.
Do not write on or disfigure the walls, or cause damage to furniture's (desks / cots / cupboards), sanitary
fittings etc., a fine would be levied which would include the cost of replacing the damaged item. Repeated
occurrence would lead to strong action.
38.
Theft would be treated seriously. Any student found guilty of it, would be immediately suspended and
may be permanently expelled. Suspension would be awarded only by the Principal after a proper enquiry.
Reporting of a theft must be immediate.
38.
Leaving the school premises without the permission of the Principal is prohibited. Students found
outside the school premises without the permission of the Principal could be expelled on the spot and
parents asked to take away the student.
40.
A healthy relationship between boys and girls is encouraged. Unhealthy relationship between boys and
girls will not be tolerated and the offender / offenders will be immediately dealt with, with punishment
that could also include expulsion.
Students would be permitted to bring only one set of colour clothes, which may be worn on the student's
birthday. On all other days the student should conform to the stipulated dress code.
41.
Rules applicable to senior students
(Besides rules 1 to 41)
40.
Possession of tobacco, cigarettes or any other addictive substance, would result in expulsion of
the student.
41.
Any form of Aggression, Rowdyism, Manhandling of juniors may result in very strict disciplinary
action.
42.
Repeated failure to comply with rules and regulations and any form of insubordination with
school / dorm staff may result in expulsion.
I nfrastructure
Equipped to equip : The School's sprawling
25-acre campus close to the Ooty lake is free from
noise and air pollution. Being on the outskirts of Ooty
and atop a hill, the environment is greener and
temperatures during the day and night, a good 20 C to
30 C lower than Ooty town. Visitor friendly signages
all over the campus guide visitors to the designated
areas of their choice.
Academic blocks and dormitories are spacious and have a lot of natural light. A well-lit campus,
playgrounds and auditorium add lustre to the campus. Water supply is adequate, with back up through
underground sumps. In-house boilers provide the requisite water supply for daily washing and bathing.
Aqua-guards and water doctors at vantage points provide filtered drinking water. The dining hall and
kitchen area are clean and well maintained and all kitchen staff run through an annual health checkup. All
service staff have uniforms. School buses ply between the city-centre and the school to facilitate quick
transfer of students and teachers. The fenced campus has 24-hour security guards for the safety of all
residents.
All academic staff are appointed through a
selection process, which has stringent benchmarks and
standards. Teaching skills are upgraded through
periodic training, and through sponsorship of teachers
to training programs organized by the British Council.
The school has its own laundrette, with a washing
machine, dryer and ironing bay. The weekly laundry
service is operated by washer-men (dhobis), employed
by the school. Clothes drying yards are provided to
keep the dampness out of dorms.
A peek into our facilities
Experiment centres of excellence
The school has well-equipped laboratories for Physics, Chemistry and Biology. The Computer Labs(senior
and junior), are spacious, aesthetically designed and equipped with the latest in the field of Information
Technology. They are open to children of all ages.
The Powerhouse of Knowledge
The school has excellent libraries, well-stocked with the
latest books, journals and magazines besides several
newspapers. They are kept open after school hours for
the benefit of resident scholars. The libraries also have
a multimedia PC
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W hat the school offers - “To spread the Light of
Knowledge"
Our mission is to offer high quality education dedicated to building minds with conviction, integrity,
social and moral responsibility. We are committed to
educating the students beyond the confines of a class
room to make them better individuals and develop
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their personalities, enabling them to face the challenges of the modern world.
Keeping this in mind, the school offers a whole range of educational programmes, coupled with cocurricular and extra-curricular activities for the overall development of the children.
The facilities include:
1.
Spacious and well-equipped classrooms,
laboratories, an auditorium and a dining hall.
2.
Well-qualified, experienced teachers and
administrative staff.
3.
Residential facilities from Std. I upwards with
spacious and separate dormitories for both boys
and girls.
4.
The school kitchen and bakery serve wholesome vegetarian meals with appropriate changes in the
menu every week, recommended by a qualified dietician.
5.
Facilities for sports include well appointed grounds and tracks, tennis courts, a golfing area, football,
cricket, basketball and volleyball courts besides several indoor games like shuttle, chess, table tennis,
carrom, under the supervision of qualified physical trainers and instructors.
Weekend activities include boating, horse riding, trekking, camping, besides visits to wild life sanctuaries in Mudumalai (Tamil Nadu) and in
Bandipur (Karnataka)
J.S.S.
INTERNATIONAL
SCHOOL
6.
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JSS INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
W elcome to
J.S.S. International School
T he Gateway to Excellence
The J.S.S. International School, Ooty, is a coeducational boarding school. It was established in the
year 1991. It's affiliations include the IGCSE 'O'
level, 'AS' and 'A' levels, CBSE (Central Board of
Secondary Education). The school is committed to
providing world class value-based education. The school is basically residential but also caters to day
scholars.
A bout J.S.S. Mahavidyapeetha - “Steeped in tradition yet broad-minded "
J.S.S. International School is a part of the renowned J.S.S. Mahavidyapeetha, Mysore, that has more than
300 educational institutions under its fold. It is
recognised as the largest private effort in the country
that is synonymous with quality education and social
reconstruction. Sponsored and nurtured by the great
sages of Jagadguru Shri Veerasimhasana Mutt, Suttur,
Mysore District, the Mahavidyapeetha is headed by
Jagadguru Shri Shivarathri Deshikendra Maha
Swamigalavaru, our guiding force and mentor.
According to legend, Adi Jagadguru, who helped to
maintain peace in the region between Raja Raja Chola
of Kanchi and Raja Malla of Talkad, through his spiritual teachings and timely intervention, founded the
— The other Institutions under the J.S.S. Group located at Ooty.
Mahavidyapeetha of Suttur in the 10th century A.D. Both kings became his disciples and helped to
— J.S.S. College of Pharmacy
Ph: +91 - 423 - 2443393
establish the Veerasimhasana Mutt at Suttur. Since then, the ancient Peetha has been actively involved in
— J.S.S. Institute of Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences
Ph: +91 - 423 - 2440448
developing religious and spiritual thoughts, culture and literature, especially in the field of education.
Ph: +91 - 423 - 2444128
L ocation-"Nestled in idyllic Surroundings"
( For Yoga, Meditation, Health Club facilities, etc.)
— J.S.S. Nature Cure Hospital
T h e
— Courses Offered at other J.S.S. Institutions in India
s c h o o l
i s
l o c a t e d
o n
25 acres of land, a stone's throw from the Ooty Lake. It is
w M. B. B. S. and Post Graduate Medical Courses, Mysore w Bachelor of Dental Surgery, Mysore w Bachelor
situated amidst scenic surroundings atop a hill, 8000 ft.
of Pharmacy, Mysore/Ooty w Master of Pharmacy, Mysore / Ooty w Doctor of Philosophy (Pharmacy),
above sea level. The serene environment offers just the
M y s o r e / O o t y w B a c h e l o r o f A y u r v e d i c M e d i c i n e a n d S u r g e r y, M y s o r e
perfect setting for the peaceful pursuit of knowledge and
w Diploma in Nursing, Mysore w B. Sc. Nursing, Mysore w Bachelor of Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences,
wisdom.
Ooty w Master of Business Administration, Mysore w Master of Computer Application, Mysore/Noida (UP)
w Bachelor of Engineering/Mysore/Bangalore/Noida, (UP).
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CONTENTS
1.
Welcome to J.S.S. International School.....................................................................
0 1
2.
About J.S.S. Mahavidyapeetha................................................................................01
3.
Location...............................................................................................................01
4.
What the School offers............................................................................................
0 2
5.
Infrastructure.........................................................................................................
0 3
6.
Curriculum............................................................................................................
0 4
7.
Academic Year.......................................................................................................05
8.
Examinations........................................................................................................05
9.
Fee Structure.........................................................................................................05
10. Streams of Education..............................................................................................06
11. Admission Procedure.............................................................................................
0 8
12. Discipline and Rules...............................................................................................
0 8
13. Co-curricular activities............................................................................................09
14. Extra-curricular activities.........................................................................................10
15. The Boarding Facility..............................................................................................10
16. Nourishment for the body........................................................................................11
17. Day Scholars.........................................................................................................12
18. Transport..............................................................................................................12
19. Healthcare............................................................................................................13
WAYS TO GET TO OOTY
By Air: Coimbatore is the closest airport to Ooty, with
frequent flights from Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai and the
rest of the country. The distance by road from Coimbatore
to Ooty is 104 kms. Duration (driving time): 3 Hours.
By Road: All state bus companies have reservation offices
at the bus stand in Coimbatore and nearby towns.
Frequency of transport : 30 minutes
By Train: The Blue Mountain hill train from Mettupalayam
is the most scenic & spectacular way to get to Ooty.
PLACES TO STAY
Welcomgroup Fortune Hotel Sullivan Court: A new
plush place with top class facilities. Ph. No: 0423 2441416,
Fax: 2441417.
Holiday Inn, Gem Park: A place with all the facilities of a
top class hotel. Ph. No: 0423 2442955.
Hotel Savoy : Part of the Taj group, this place has every
possible convenience to make your stay comfortable.
Ph. No: 0423 2444142 Fax: 2443318.
Fernhill Palace: Owned by the Maharaja of Mysore, it
makes you relive the colonial days in royal splendour.
Ph. No: 0423 2442555 Fax: 2443097
The Willow Hill : Closest to the station. This hotel offers
you a comfortable stay at moderate prices. Ph. No: 0423
2442686 Fax: 2442686
Club:
Gymkhana Club, Ooty: Formed in 1896, it is one of the
oldest, most prestigious clubs in Ooty. It has an 18-hole
golf course with a picturesque location. Ph. No: 0423
2442254.
20. Conditions for Withdrawal.......................................................................................14
21. To Parents of all Boarders........................................................................................14
22. Communication Services for Boarders......................................................................15
ANNEXURES
I.
List of requirements for boarders..............................................................................16
II.
Weekdays Dormitory Routine..................................................................................19
III. Routine for Saturdays.............................................................................................19
IV.
Dorm Routine (Weekends).......................................................................................19
V.
Rules & Regulations...............................................................................................20
Information:
Tourist Office: The tourist office is open from 10 am to 6 pm
- Monday to Friday. This place gives out valid information,
is efficient and helpful. Ph. No: 0423 2443977.
Money: Currencies can be exchanged at the State Bank of
India (Ph: 2443940) - and also at The Big Shop
(Ph: 2444136) open daily from 9:30 am to 9 pm. The
exchange rates at The Big Shop are lower than the bank
rates and a minimal charge of conversion is levied but it is
very convenient and quick.
Post and Communications: The main post office is near
the Collector's office, with a branch on Ettines Road. Email can be accessed from many browsing centres across
the town. Global Net (Ph: 2447611) on Commercial Road
is open from 8:30 am to 11 pm daily. Heartbeat (Ph:
2446098) at 7, Charing Cross is open from 10 am to 8:30
pm daily and both these places offer reasonable rates.
Bookshops: Higginbothams (Ph: 2443736) One on
Commercial Road (closed on Wednesdays) and the other
near the Collector's office (closed on Sundays).
Travel Agencies: MB Travels organizes tours and airline
reservations. Ph. No: 2442604
PLACES OF INTEREST IN OOTY
Botanical Gardens: 24 hectares of beautifully maintained
gardens include numerous mature species as well as an
Italian garden and a Japanese garden. There is a tree
trunk fossil here believed to be 20 million years old.
Walking and Trekking: Hikes are organized by reputed
companies and resorts, allowing one to interact with
nature.
Boating & Horse Riding : A very pleasant way to spend
time. Rowing boats and horses can be hired at the tourist
cafe near the lake.
Paragliding and Hand-Gliding: To add delight for the
adventurous, information could be sought at the local
travel agents.
Places to Eat:
Shinkows Chinese Restaurant: Located at 30,
Commissioner's Road, has a wide variety of mouth
watering Chinese food.
Hotel Dasaprakash: This hotel is well known for its Thali
lunch. People sit, ashram style and enjoy delicious South
Indian thalis.
Spectacular Sports: The season for Ooty horse races
begins on April 14th and lasts till June. The season
creates considerable entertainment for the locals and also
the tourists.
Shopping: The main places to shop are located on
Commercial Road. There are several big departmental
stores like 1) Mohans Stores, Opp. Collectors Office.
Ph: 2442376, 2442374. 2) Motsons, Commercial Road.
Ph: 2442138. 3) Big Shop, Commercial Road. Ph:
2444136. 4) Chellarams, Commercial Road. Ph: 2442229
etc., which stock a variety of goods including clothing,
accessories and winter wear required by the boarders.
Dear Parents / Guardians,
We at J.S.S. International School thank you for your interest in our educational institution.
We sincerely hope that this prospectus has given you adequate information and an overview of what
our school is all about. Please don't hesitate to write to us should you need any clarifications or
additional information. We look forward to having your ward with us.
J.S.S. International School
Co-educational, English Medium, Residential School, Ooty
A new academic block with 16 classrooms & a new dormitory with 140 beds
Young scholars in quest of knowledge investing their time in the school's modern library
JSS INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
J.S.S. International School
Theetukal, Fernhill Post, Ooty - 643 004, The Nilgiris, Tamil Nadu, India.
Ph : +91 - 423 - 2445041. Fax : +91 - 423 - 2440630.
E-mail : [email protected]
Website : www.jsspublicschoolooty.org / www.jsspublicschoolooty.com
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