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KAZIRANGA ENGLISH ACADEMY

10+2, Co-ed, Fully Residential School, Affiliated to CBSE, Delhi, Affl. No. 230048

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NOTICE

The Annual School Fete will be celebrated on 20th Dec 2018 (Thu) at 11:00 a.m. and the 16th Annual Day Function on 21st Dec 2018 (Fri) at 10:00 a.m. Parents/Gurdian are cordially invited for both the days. For any queries contact School Office at 9435046606.

Dear Parents, You are hereby requested not to apply for prior leave of your wards as revision and all practical related works will be done in December 2018. Regards J.Chakrawarty Principal

Welcome

Kaziranga English Academy is set in the midst of the verdant hills, in the southern fringe of Guwahati - the gateway to the North-East. It has a sprawling school campus against a spectacular backdrop of misty hills; appropriately located away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The Academy was established on 02nd April, 2003 to enable it to confirm to the standards and requirements of modern residential education; it in particular to incorporate the healthier features of the English Public Schools and to integrate that education with the Indian environment. The main objective of the school, a co-educational and completely residential one, is to mould its pupils in such a way that they become capable of facing all the challenges of life, be it physical, mental and social with the right attitude.

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Updated on Nov 2018

Excursion - National(Golden Triangle)

Excursion - International( Singapore and Malaysia)

Events 2018

Classes for the academic session 2018-19 commenced from 19th April 2018.

A Road Safety Awareness Programme was organised by Yamaha for students on 23rd April 2018. 

An outing to the Assam State Zoo was given to the students of Class 3 to 6 on 28 April 2018.

Students of Class 6 to 8 were sent in groups to watch the movie " Avengers Infinity War"  from 2nd to 5th May 2018.

Inter House Foothball Competition for Juinor boys (Class 4 to 9) was held from 5th to 8th May 2018. Kalam House emerged as the Champions.

Inter House  First Soft Board Competition was held on 3rd May 2018. Topic: Clean Earth Green Earth.

On the occasion of World Red Cross Day, speech was delivered in the Morning Assembly on 8th May 2018.

The Investiture Ceremony was held on 15th May 2018 in the School Auditorium. The Head Boy,Head Girl and House Captains & Vice Captain were announced.

A counselling session was conducted for the students of Class X and XII by Mrs Madhusmita Adhyapak, MS Psychotherapy and Counseling,  Educator -cum-Coordinator, Smt. Sulochanadevi  Singhania School, Thane, Maharashtra on 15th May 2018.

Inter House Recitation Competition (English & Hindi) was held on 19th May 2018. All the participants were taken to Srimata Sankardev Kalakshetra, Guwahati for a visit in the evening.

Inter House Football Competition (Girls) was conducted from 16th May to 19th May 2018. Girls team of Bose House emerged as Champions.

 

Infrastructure

Residential and Health Organisation

KEA provides all kinds of care and comfort as far as accommodation in concerned. It is the only school in the entire North-Eastern region to have completely air-conditioned hostels. In the Primary and Secondary sections, twelve beds are provided in one dormitory with attached bathrooms and toilets. Each dormitory has Dorm In-charge and an Ayah to look after the students. The Senior Secondary section for the boys is located in a different building. Class XI & XII sections have A/C rooms, with four beds each.

The Academy has a spacious dining hall; providing sitting capacity to 300 students in the Non-Veg Section and 100 students in the Veg. Section. Food, wholesome, varied and balanced is cooked in Indian style under the supervision of an experienced Mess Manager. Menus are planned with due regard to the principles of dietetics. Meals distributions are supervised by Teachers and other staff members. Wastage of food is not encouraged at all. All the bakery products are made by the schools bakery only.

The Academy has a regular visiting doctor, assisted by well trained residential nurses. There is a well-equipped infirmary with two eight bedded isolation wards (separate for boys and girls). Health statistics of students are regularly taken and records maintained. In special cases, students are taken to the local Nursing Home for necessary treatment .

Computer

To introduce the child into the world of information technology, the Computer Labs are equipped with the latest hardware and software facilities, which provides ample opportunity to the students for learning and developing computer skills. High speed internet connection, to selected classes, is also available for the students so that they can search any kind of educational topics.

Library

The school provides a well-stocked, spacious and up-to-date library comprising a collection of more than 3500 books with a proper reading environment. The Library comprises of a collection of classics, modern fiction, encyclopedias, biographies, autobiographies, motivation books, natural history, science, sports, G.K. books and other books covering a wide range of topics to introduce the child to the wondrous world around him. The school subscribes 10 newspapers and 20 periodicals; this enables the students in cultivating good reading habits.

Creative Activities

To bring forth the hidden talents of a child, creative activities are given much importance in the Academy. The wide range of activities done individually, as well as in groups not only develops their creative talents but also provides a preliminary training in their favourite vocation and inculcates proficiency in their respective skills. School children have been regularly participating in various tournaments in different parts of the country. Complete years Co-curricular activity of the school is planned and followed as per schedule.

Hobbies Offered :

 

Art :

Painting, Sand/Tube/Glass/Painting, Sculpture, Photography, Interior Decoration.

Music :Instrumental and vocal.

Craft :

Wood work, Paper work, Needle & Thread work, Fabric, Decorative items.

Drama :Mono-acting, Skit, Play, Mime.

CAD:

Computer operation and training, Photo Editing and Designing, Web-page Designing, animated works, Project work

In addition to these hobbies, there are other organised groups under the guidance of experienced teachers for various activities like:

 The Debating Society

 The Music Society

The Literary Society

 The Theatre Group

 The Art and Craft Society

The Science Club

Along with the regular creative and cultural activities as mentioned above, excursion, treks and educational trips also form a regular feature of the institution.

Physical activities

To encourage team sprit and to ensure physical fitness among students, games and sports are given adequate importance in the curriculum. Cricket, Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Badminton, Table Tennis, Carom, Track & Field events are among the team games provided. To acquire skill in swimming, special coaches (separately for boys and girls) are employed to train the students. School has been participating and getting laurels in the Cluster / Zonal tournaments of Basketball, Volleyball and Swimming being organized under the aegis of CBSE. The day in KEA begins with jogging and free hand exercises; this keeps the students active and energetic throughout the day. Participating in evening games is compulsory for every student.

ABOUT US

Kaziranga English Academy is set in the midst of the verdant hills, in the southern fringe of Guwahati - the gateway to the North-East. It has a sprawling school campus against a spectacular backdrop of misty hills; appropriately located away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The Academy was established on 02 nd April, 2003 to enable it to confirm to the standards and requirements of modern residential education; it in particular to incorporate the healthier features of the English Public Schools and to integrate that education with the Indian environment. The main objective of the school, a co-educational and completely residential one, is to mould its pupils in such a way that they become capable of facing all the challenges of life, be it physical, mental and social with the right attitude.

Management and Curriculum

KEA had been established by the KAZIRANGA ENGLISH ACADEMY SOCIETY, with a view to provide sound education and all round development to students. KEA provides education up to All India Senior Certificate Education (AISSCE), i.e. Class XII under Central Board of Secondary Education, Delhi having Affiliation Number- 230048.

GENERAL RULES

The residential schools play a very important role in the formation of a child’s habits, ideals, attitudes and perceptions, and in moulding them to face the challenges of life. So, all students come under school rules from the beginning of their journey to the school until the end of their journey back home. The rules given in this booklet are the basic guidelines; these are suitably modified as per the requirement and betterment of the institution and the student’s fraternity.

  • Rules are made for students to realize that in following them, they learn to respect the freedom of others.
  • Students must maintain a high standard of manners.
  • Teachers, along with the Captains and Vice-Captains (Class/ Houses/Dorms), are responsible for the discipline of the school and for the enforcement of all rules.
  • The school Disciplinary Committee will decide the course of punishment in case of a serious breach of disciplinary matters. The authority of the Principal is final.
  • The school reserves the right to expel students whose progress in studies is consistently unsatisfactory or whose conduct is harmful to other students.
  • Immoral activities, bulling others, grave insubordination, stealing or extortion of things from other students, use of foul language, contempt of authority, vandalism, breaking bounds, damaging school property, misbehaving with teachers or any staff members are some reasons for immediate expulsion or rustication
  • All the activities and movements of the students in any and every field will be with the permission and overall guidance of the teacher or warden.

MORNING ASSEMBLY

  • ​Morning Assembly is compulsory for all the students, except those having scheduled classes or those who are sick / unwell.
  • Keeping the solemnity of the occasion, proper decorum must be maintained.
  • The four houses conducts the Assembly week wise, for which points are allotted based on the overall performance.

GAME/ P.T

  • Games and P.T. are compulsory for all students except those on restriction list prescribed by the Medical Dept. or those who are having scheduled classes.
  • All students must be punctual and properly dressed for games and P.T.
  • No one is allowed to leave the play ground before finishing the games. If any such need arises, he/she should take permission from the P.T. instructor.
  • Students on medical restriction will not play games without the specific permission of the doctor.
  • If any injury occurs during the games or P.T.; it should be immediately shown to the Nurse.

LIBRARY

  • Complete silence must be maintained in the library.
  • The library is opened to all the members of the school as per the library timings.
  • The library is opened to all the members of the school as per the library timings. or.
  • Books from the reference section must not be borrowed by any student.
  • All the newspapers, periodicals and books must be handled with due care.

DRESS

 Students should always be dressed neatly in the prescribed School Uniform, Games and Hostel Dress whenever applicable. Informal dress is permitted only on Sundays/Holidays/Excursion/Outings etc.Clothes and shoes that are not suitable or indecent will be confiscated and not returned.Only those items specified in the school clothing list will be brought to the school.Track suit must be worn during morning P.T.Games dress must be worn from 2 pm – 5 pm on all days, except Sunday ( 4 pm – 5 pm). Students must wear hostel dress every evening.All boys must have short and decent hair cut. Keeping spiky and long hair is strictly forbidden. Girls must tie their hair in a proper way with red ribbons and black clips.

NOTE Jewellery, Make-up sets, Hair Gel, Hair Cream etc. are strictly forbidden.

EXAMINATIONS

  • For each academic session, regular weekly tests, and three Term Examinations are conducted.
  • Appropriate weight-ages of weekly tests, summer assignments, project work and Term exams are considered for the final Assessment of the student.
  • Failure is more than two major subjects will be considered as fail. Students repeating the same class for two consecutive years will be terminated.
  • Failure in one or two major subjects in the final Assessment may have to appear for a retest at the beginning of the new session.
  • Any student resorting to any type of unfair means in any test / exams will be appropriately penalized and disciplinary action taken.

BOUNDS

The following areas are out of bounds (i.e. students are not allowed to go without due permission):

  • Teachers / staff quarters, school office, and staff room.
  • Doctor’s Chamber or Infirmary, except the sick students.
  • The swimming pool and the playground, except at games time and other specified times.
  • Class room and dormitories other than the students own dormitories and class room.
  • Dining hall, except at meal times, and kitchen at all times.
  • Art & Craft Room, Hobby Rooms, Music Room, Library and all Labs after class hour or after the particular specified hour, except with special permission.
  • Going outside the School Campus without a school escort.
  • Students visiting staff-residence(s) require permission of the Vice-Principal.

DINING HALL

  • Everyone must be on time for all the snacks and meals. In exceptional cases, due permission has to be given by the concerned authority.
  • The entry in the dining hall should be done briskly and quietly.
  • Everyone should take their allocated seats and stand patiently for the ‘PRAYER’, being conducted before every snacks or meals. No students should change place without permission.
  • Decency and decorum must be maintained in the dining hall.
  • Students must strictly follow the table manners and etiquettes.
  • Students must not waste food and should show their plates to the duty teacher before leaving the table.
  • Students should not talk or shout inside the dining hall.
  • Students are not permitted to bring any sort of tuck into the dining hall.

DORMITORIES

  • All students in the hostel are under the overall charge of the Warden
  • No students will enter other dormitories without seeking permission of the respective Dorm-In charge or Warden.
  • Dormitories should be reasonably quiet at all times.without permission.
  • All the students must be out of bed immediately after the rising bell.
  • Students must be washed properly, neatly dressed and beds made tidily before breakfast..
  • Clothes and other belongings must always be put away tidily in the respective cupboards.
  • Borrowing of clothes, shoes or any item(s) is forbidden.
  • Cupboards must be tidy at all times and must not contain any food items.
  • Each items of clothing and every belonging should have the name of the student marked.
  • Camera, Walkman, CD’s, Cash (if any) etc should be deposited with the warden.
  • Cleanliness should be strictly maintained in all the dormitories.
  • There must be no talking after lights out.
  • Children must not misbehave with the ayahs, who work for them.
  • Items to be brought from home, and given by the school have been indicated in the School Prospectus.

SPECIAL LEAVE

  • Should a student be allowed to leave the campus on special grounds he/she must be report to the Principal on his/ her return.
  • Applications for leave for marriage should be sent in advanced by the parents to the Principal. Parents will be responsible for travelling arrangements
  • Any students who have to undergo any medical checkup may be allowed to go provided his parents have taken the Principal’s permissions in advance.
  • Leave of absence will be granted only in exceptional circumstances like illness or death in the family and for the marriage of sister or brother and not of a cousin. Such leave will be granted only by the Principal.

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