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Shanti Asiatic School, Jaipur is a Senior Secondary, Co- Educational, English medium school. It is one of the Premier schools of Rajasthan. It is situated little away from city, in a lush green surrounding, most conducive for learning. Within a short span of time, the school has carved a niche for itself on the educational scenario with high academic standards and excellence in various Co-Curricular activities. The school is affiliated to CBSE Bharat.

Our aim is to enhance the World of future. Therefore our focus is promoting excellence in all areas through 360 degree learning exposure, global platform, Indian values and freedom to explore. Our objective is to bring up every child by providing them equal opportunity to explore the possibilities within themselves and grow to be confident and self disciplined citizens.

The foundation of learning at SAS is, in its unique holistic approach, integrating the best of hi-tech education with relevant value systems, to become the ideal 21st Century Schools in its true spirit.

School Timings

Visiting Hours

Office Hours

Time Table

An Academic Year is divided into two Terms

1st Term

April to September

2nd Term

October to March

Note: Other details given in School Almanac

Uniform

Purpose: School uniform tends to involve students more, to make them a part of a 'team' at the school. This is not to erase their individuality, but to include everyone at the same level as far as image and dress are concerned , removing some of the distractions normally confronted when children face the dilemma of possessing the latest designer fashion.

Uniform must be adhered to strictly.

  1. Students should wear clean and neatly ironed uniform.
  2. Wearing of I-card is essential at all times during School Hours and in the School Bus.
  3. Shoes should be clean and the laces should be tied properly.
  4. Hair should be combed properly to give a neat look. Girls with shoulder length hair or more should tie their hair neatly into a plait or pony tail (no loose hair). All ribbons, ponytails' band must be black. Boys should have regular haircut that i simple and short e.g. crew cut. Spikes and streaks are not permitted.
  5. Any kind of make-up including nail polish, mehendi, etc. and dangling accessories are not allowed in the School, (simplicity will help to focus).
  6. A simple 'Wrist watch' (not expensive) is allowed only for students of Class VI onwards.
  7. Students up to Class V are permitted to wear coloured clothes on their birthdays. But the students above Class V are not permitted the same.
  8. In case of any genuine reason for not following the guideline of School uniform, parents should take permission from the School.
  9. Students name should be marked with a permanent marker or embroidery on the School Blazer/ Jacket and Shoes of Pre-Primary and Primary students.
  10. If students are accompanying their parents during PTM days, they must come in School uniform.

School Uniform

Summer

I – IV

  • Boys: School Colour Half Sleeves Shirt & Half Pants
  • House Colour Track Suit with T Shirt
  • Girls: School Colour Half Sleeves Shirt, Divider Skirt
  • House Colour Track Suit with T Shirt

V – XII

  • Boys: School Colour Half Sleeves Shirt, Full Pants
  • House Colour Track Suit with T Shirt
  • Girls: School Colour Half Sleeves Shirt, Jacket, Divider Skirt
  • House Colour Track Suit with T Shirt

Nursery – Sr.KG

  • Boys: Red T Shirt, Half Blue Denim Pants
  • Girls: Red T Shirt, Blue Denim Divider Skirt

Winter

Boys: School Colour Full Sleeves Shirt for all boys, along with School Uniform Pants. A Woollen Jacket from Class Nursery to IV and Blazer for others.

Girls: School Colour Full Sleeves Shirt and Pants(up to Class IV) black Leggings below the Skirt for all others girls. A Woollen Jacket from Class Nursery to IV and Blazer for others.

House Colours

Agni (Red) Vayu (Yellow) Jal (Blue) Prithvi (Green)

(Uniform Tie, Belt and Socks)

Transport Facility

  1. The School has made an arrangement with a Contractor to provide transport facility to the students. A Form for the 'Bus Facility' has to be filled up and deposited at the School's Transport Counter.
  2. Routes are fixed and are available at the Transport Counter.
  3. Charges are fixed per routes for a Quarter irrespective of, whether a student uses the Bus for single or return journey. Charges are subject to change depending upon the circumstances.
  4. Once paid for the Quarter, Transport Fee will not be refunded even if a student discontinues the use of School Transport.
  5. Buses may reach the stop 5 minutes earlier or late due to unavoidable reasons. Proper arrangement of pick and drop from the Bus Stop must be made by the Parents. In the afternoon, if the parent/attendant is not available, the student may be brought back to school.
  6. A student can travel only by the route allotted for both up and down journey.
  7. Any change of the address or route should be brought to the notice of the Transport In charge.
  8. School Bus safety rules must be adhered to by the students.
  9. If the Transport fee is not paid, within a week of the due date, the Transport service will be withdrawn.
  10. Matters related to the Transport will be dealt by the Transport In charge. In case it is not solved, it can be brought to the notice of the Principal.
  11. Transport Contractor: Sh. Sitaram (9982611116)

Leave of Absence

  1. All Students are expected to attend on all School days for the full day; half day applications will not be entertained.
  2. Leave of absence is given to a student on prior application by the parents. In unavoidable circumstances the absence has to regularized on the day of rejoining the school.
  3. Those absent on account of illness must submit valid medical certificate.
  4. Students suffering from any communicable disease must join only after due period of quarantine and with a fitness certificate.
  5. Repeated absence without leave or unexplained absence for more than one month renders the student liable to have her/his name cancelled from the rolls and the caution money deposit will be transferred to the School fund.
  6. Appointment with doctors or any social engagement must not be arranged during School hours. No partial attendance will be permitted.
  7. It is compulsory for all the students to maintain 80% attendance during the course of the academic session, to enable them to appear for the final examination.
  8. School shall always motivate students to attend the School regularly and may acknowledge such students who achieve 100% attendance with a certificate, subject o other rules and regulations related to the same.

Late Arrivals in School

  1. All students are expected to report 10 minutes before the scheduled School time. School gate shall be closed sharp at the scheduled time.
  2. Late arrival remark shall be entered in the diary. Three late arrival remarks will lead to imposition of penalty.
  3. In case of missing the School bus, parents are requested to drop the child to the School on their own.
  4. Parents should fill up the ‘Record for Non Attendance's for each day the student is absent from School stating the reasons for the absence.
  5. No one, who has been absent on the previous day will be admitted to the Class without a letter from the Parent, addressed to the Class Teacher, stating the reason for the absence.