Academic Calendar

List of Holidays 2019-20

S. No. Holidays Date Day
1. Ramnavmi 13th April 2019 Saturday
2. Ambedkar Jayanti/ Baisakhi 14th April 2019 Sunday
3. Mahavir Jayanti 17th April 2019 Wednesday
4. Buddha Purnima 18th May 2019 Saturday
5. Id-ul-Fitr 5th June 2019 Wednesday
6. Maharana Pratap Jayanti 6th June 2019 Thursday
7. Sant Kabir Jayanti 17th June 2019 Monday
8. Shaheed Udham Singh Martyrdom Day 31st July 2019 Wednesday
9. HariyaliTeej 3rd August 2019 Saturday
10. Id-ul-Zuha (Bakrid) 12th August 2019 Monday
11. Independence Day/ Raksha Bandhan 15th August 2019 Thursday
12. Janmashtami 24th August 2019 Saturday
13. Gandhi Jayanti 2nd October 2019 Wednesday
14. Dussehra 8th October 2019 Tuesday
15. Valmiki Jayanti 13th October 2019 Sunday
16. Karwachauth 17th October 2019 Thursday
17. Deepavali 27th October 2019 Sunday
18. Goverdhan Puja 28th October 2019 Monday
19. Bhai Duj 29th October 2019 Tuesday
20. Haryana Day 1st November 2019 Friday
21. Guru Nanak Jayanti 12th November 2019 Tuesday
22. Christmas 25th December 2019 Wednesday
23. Republic Day 26th January 2020 Sunday
24. Vasant Panchami 30th January 2020 Thursday
25. Maharishi Dayanand Jayanti 18th February 2020 Tuesday
26. MahaShivratri 21st February 2020 Friday
27. Holi 10th March 2020 Tuesday
28. Martyrs Day 23rd March 2020 Monday

Summer Vacation 1st June to 30th June 2019 Diwaspan Break 24th October to 6th November 2019 Winter Break 28th December 2019 to 5th January 2020 (As notified by the Haryana Government)


Day/Night out schedule for Resident Students 2019-20

Day/Night Out Month From To Departure After Arrival Before
April 27.04.2019 28.04.2019 3:00 PM 26.04.2019 6:00 PM 28.04.2019
July 27.07.2019 28.07.2019 3:00 PM 26.07.2019 6:00 PM 28.07.2019
August 15.08.2019 16.08.2019 3:00 PM 14.08.2019 6:00 PM 16.08.2019
September 28.09.2019 29.09.2019 3:00 PM 27.09.2019 6:00 PM 29.09.2019
December 28.12.2019 29.09.2019 3:00 PM 27.12.2019 4:00 PM 29.12.2019
February 08.02.2020 09.02.2020 3:00 PM 07.02.2020 4:00 PM 09.02.2020
Note:
  1. It is Not Compulsory for Parents to take their ward for day/night out. They may just meet their ward in the gurukul campus if they so desire.
  2. Parents will not be allowed to meet their ward/s on any other days

Vacations 2019-20

Vacation Type From To Departure After Arrival Before
Summer Vacation 01.06.2019 30.06.2019 3:00 PM 31.05.2019 6:00 PM 30.06.2019
Diwali Vacation 24.10.2019 06.11.2019 8:00 PM 23.10.2019 4:00 PM 06.11.2019
Winter Vacation 28.12.2019 05.01.2020 3:00 PM 27.12.2019 4:00 PM 05.01.2020
Note:
  1. Winter vacations are not applicable to Grade X and XII students. There will be extra classes organized for them during this period.
  2. Winter vacation dates are tentative and may change as per Government directives.
  3. Annual Day celebrations will be held on 23rd Oct 2018. All parents are requested to attend the function.

School rules

  1. Parents will be allowed to enter school and meet the child only through identity card. Please make an identity card immediately after the admission.
  2. In Gurukul, no student is allowed to bring and keep money, mobile phones or any other electronic device, jewellery or any other valuable item. In the event of defyment of this rule, prohibited object will be forfeited and strict action will be taken against the student, including financial penalties and expulsion.
  3. Two days leave will be given for the marriage of blood-relative. For this, it is mandatory to show the card of marriage at least one week in advance and get written permission from the Principal.
  4. Overstay at home after the expiration of any vacation/holiday, or other absence without the written permission of the Principal, is strictly prohibited. Such unauthorized absence severely hampers study of the student and the guardian will have to pay Rs. 100 per day fine for such absence.
  5. During the time of examinations, no student will get any leave. In case of absence from the examination, the examination for such student will not be re-conducted.
  6. Pupil will write homework related to every subject in school diary, which is mandatorily to be signed by the guardian or The House Mistress every day. Parents should also ensure that the child does homework regularly.
  7. To be eligible for the school and board examination, it is mandatory for a student to have 75% attendance in each subject.
  8. If any student is found guilty of indiscipline, misbehavior, theft, damage to Gurukul property, going without permission, copying in exam etc., then strict action will be taken against that student, including financial penalties and eviction.
  9. Cooperation in parents and teachers is essential for the overall development of children. Parent are advised to check student’s diary regularly to track progress of their ward and to encourage & guide her.
  10. It is mandatory for the guardian to attend all scheduled PTMs. Please meet with the class and subject teachers to know about the result of the tests/exams and the continuous development of the student.
  11. Rs 100 will be charged for reissuance of a lost school diary or identity card.
  12. Pupils are not allowed to keep cash in Gurukul. A separate account is created for a Pupil’s school canteen expenses, in which the parents deposit amount as per the requirement. The student use the canteen slip to take the items from the canteen, on which the signature of the guardian or housemaster / assistant housemaster / hostel coordinator is a must. According to the canteen slip, the money is deducted from the student's canteen account. Parents can check and reconcile their ward’s account at the account office, if required.
  13. It is responsibility of all the students and guardians to keep themselves aware of and abide by all the rules and regulations of Gurukul being made from time to time.

Hostel

Resident students at Amatir come from various background and culture from across India. Amatir provides best in class hostel facilities with a very high security & safety to its girl students. Children’ need is taken care of when it comes to food. Amatir has a dedicated kitchen that serves delicious food and promotes healthy eating and kitchen manners.

Amatir provides very secure, homely, comfortable surroundings for the 300 girls in the hostel where they feel happy, safe and content. Girls are provided with nutritious and delicious pure vegetarian diet which includes meals with legumes, vegetables, rice & breads fortified with fruits and Milk. At present, there are students from Haryana, Punjab, Rajasthan, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Himachal Pradesh, West Bengal and Nepal.


Hostel rules

  1. Four persons, including parents / guardians of a girl student, will be allowed to meet her, only with identity card in Gurukul hostel.
  2. Guardian are allowed to meet their ward the hostel only on the designated days. Special permission of the Principal is required to meet on any other day.
  3. Doctor and Dispensary at the Gurukul premises provides free consultation, treatment and medicines, but the charges for treatment in any other hospital or specialist consultation will be payable separately by the guardian.
  4. Parents are not allowed to go inside the hostel.
  5. All the students contribute to Gurukul's work through the 'Sewa' activities in the hostel. Participation in this process is compulsory for every resident student.
  6. It is forbidden to bring eatables in the hostel that are not mentioned in “Outside Eatable Policy”.
  7. Please come to pick and drop your child as per the dates of the holiday/vacation. Early departure or late arrival will call for fine and disciplinary action.
  8. Every resident student has permission to speak to her parents over phone on a predetermined day during the week. A new resident student does not have permission to speak to her parents for the first 15 days. House Mistress will inform parents about the well being of the new resident student from time to time. This process is done to mould new students into the hostel’s environment.

Transport

The school provides transportation for the convenience and the safety of the students. The school operates its own buses on specific routes, depending on the number of students on the route. Though we try our best, it may not always be possible to drop students at their doorstep or to accommodate requests for changes. Once a route has been finalised no changes/diversions will be entertained, and parents are requested to cooperate.