Name of the School : Carmel School, CBSE, Mangaluru
Address : Opposite Head Post Office, Rosario Church Road, Dakshina Kannada, Karnataka.
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Ph. No. : 0824-2424429
Year of establishment of the School : 1964( Under State Board)
Year of Affiliation : 2015

NOC No. : No. ED 3 PGC 2013 from Education Department, Govt. of Karnataka, Bangalore.
NOC issuing date : 26-04-2014

Recognized by the Govt. of Karnataka and affiliated to the CBSE, New Delhi.

Affiliation No. 830592
Affiliation with the Board since 2015
Extension of affiliation up to : 31-03-2028

The Apostolic Carmel Educational Society, Karnataka.
Registered under the Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860.
Period up to which Registration of / Trust / Society is valid : Permanent Registration
Registration Number : S.No. 4 of 1957






In Acres

2.08 acres

In Sq. mtrs.

8417 sq. mtrs.

Built up area (sq. mtrs)

5822 sq. mtrs.

Area of playground in sq. mtrs

3250 sq. mtrs

No of classrooms


Size of the Laboratories

1. Computer Lab

2. Chemistry Lab

3. Physics Lab

4. Biology Lab

5. Maths Lab

78.02 Sq.mtrs

113.88 Sq. mtrs

113.88 Sq.mtrs

103.98 Sq.mtrs

78.03 Sq.mtrs

Other facilities: Internet Facility


No of Girls Toilets


No of Boys Toilets


Swimming Pool


Indoor games


Dance Rooms



Collaboration of school in the campus

Music Room




Health and Medical Checkup




Rs. 19,800/-



Rs. 24,000/-


I to V

Rs. 29,400/-



Rs. 30,200/-



Rs. 30,700/-



Rs. 33,300/-



Designation TGT/PRT/NTT etc

Scale of pay

% of D.A.


EPF / ESI contribution


33450 - 62600 8% -

As per rules


25800 - 51400 6% -

As per rules


23500 - 47650 6%  -

As per rules


21400 - 42000 5%  -

As per rules

Auxiliary Staff

17000 - 28950 3%  -

As per rules

  • Name of the Bank through which salary is drawing : State Bank of India, Port Road, Mangaluru.
  • Through single cheque transfer advice.

Size of the Library in Sq. feet


No. of Periodicals


No. of Dailies


No. of Books in the Library


No. of Reference books


No. of Magazines


Sr Lilly Pushpa A.C.
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Mobile: 9731674901


Mrs Cynthia Pais (Chair Person)
Mrs Kausalya J – Teaching Staff
Mrs Alice Pinto – Teaching Staff
Anupama Suvarna – Advocate
Anna Asha Franko – School Counsellor
Mrs. Neetha Tellis – Office Staff
Mrs. Violet Baretto– Auxiliary Staff


I Term June 03, 2020 to October 17, 2020
II Term October 27, 2020 to December 23, 2020
III Term January 2, 2021 to April 30, 2021


Mid-year October 17, 2020 to October 26, 2020
Christmas December 24, 2020 to January 1, 2021

January to March


  • Admission is open to all children irrespective of caste and creed subject to rules of the Carmel School and the availability of seats in each class.
  • Prospectus and application form for admission can be collected from the office on payment of Rs.100/-.
  • Admission to L.K.G. and Class Icommences in January itself. A child should complete 3 years 6 months by May 31 of that academic year while seeking admission for L.K.G. Parents should note that the date of birth entered in the school records will remain the same throughout the academic career of the student. During the admission to Class I, the child should be 5 years 6 months as on 31st May of that academic year.

Languages : The School offers English as 1st language and Hindi and Kannada as 2nd languages. Every student is expected to study Kannada as third language up to Class VIII and pass the Kannada exam of Class VIII conducted by the School in order to be eligible to appear for the Class X examination.

Classes IX and X have only two languages to study – English and Hindi/Kannada

Records (photocopies) to be submitted along with the Application Form


Copy of Date of Birth Certificate


Copy of Date of Birth Certificate, LKG Study Certificate

Class I

Original Date of Birth Certificate, UKG Study Certificate

Class II and above

Original T.C.,Marks Statement/Achievement Record of the previous academic year

Class IX

Original T.C.,Marks Statement/Achievement Record of the previous academic year & Study certificate of 3rd language

For all Classes

A copy of recent passport size photograph, affixed on the application

Please Note:

  • Applications without enclosures mentioned above will be rejected.
  • Transfer Certificate in original– countersigned by the Education authorities concerned, and originals of the above documents have to be submitted on the day of admission, in respect of all classes.
  • Students belonging to SC/ST should submit a photocopy of the Caste Certificate at the time of admission.
  • Overseas students need to counter sign their transfer certificate.

Carmel School follows the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) syllabus from KG to Class X with personal inputs and activity oriented education so that the pupils learn with flexibility and active involvement in the learning process. English is used as the main medium of instruction. National and regional languages are also given due importance.

From the academic year 2017-18, CBSE has introduced remodelled structure of assessment as given below:

Classes I – V : Term I – Portion: From June to September
Term II – Portion: From October to March

Class VI          : Term I – Portion: From June to September
Term II – Portion: From October to March + 10% of portion of   Term I covering significant topics

Class VII :          Term I – Portion: From June to September
Term II – Portion: From October to March + 20% of portion of Term I covering Significant topics

Class VIII :     Term I – Portion: From June to September
Term II – Portion: From October to March + 30% of portion of Term I covering Significant topics

Class IX & X : Term I  and Term II

Term I Examination (December)

Term II Examination (March)

Assessment according to the CBSE Scheme.



Monday to Friday : 8:30 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.

Saturday : 8:30 a.m. to 01:00 p.m..

School work will not be transacted on Sundays and Public Holidays.


Visiting Hours

Principal : Monday to Friday : 3:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Teachers : On Open House days and on week days between 3:15 to 3:45 p.m.

School Timings - Monday to Friday

L.K.G. : 8.30 a.m. to 12.30 noon

U.K.G. : 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

1 to Class X : 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

On Saturdays: Class I – X : 8:30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.

Parents are strictly not permitted to visit their wards or any teacher in the classroom during school hours.

No Pupil or Staff will be called to the phone during school hours.



Class I to V

Brown  Shorts & checked Shirt (Mond,Tues, Thur, Fri and Sat)
Track pant and squad T Shirt (Wednesday)

Class VI to IX

Brown Trousers & checked Shirt (Monday to  Friday)
Track pant and squad T Shirt  (Saturday)



Class I to V

Checked Pinafore with cream coloured Blouse (Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri)
Track pant and squad T Shirt   (Wednesday)

Class VI to VIII

 Checked Pinafore with cream coloured Blouse (Mon, Tue, Wed,Thu, Fri)
Track pant and squad T Shirt (Saturday)

Class IX and X

Checked skirt with cream coloured Blouse (Monday to Friday)

Track pant and squad T Shirt (Saturday)


Belt and Socks

Provided by the school

Confirmed – Shoes

Black full shoes


Rainy Wear  – Black Sandals

  • The Working days from MONDAY to FRIDAY are divided into two Sessions. The morning session extends from 8.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. and the afternoon session from 1.00 p.m. to 3.30 p.m.
  • The working hours on SATURDAY are from 8.30 a.m. to 12.30 noon. The Students are not allowed to loiter on the corridors or on the campus during working hours.
  • On the teacher's arrival in the classroom the pupils must rise and remain standing till they have prayed, salute the teacher and then take their seats. When the attendance roll is called, each one must rise and answer to her name.
  • No pupil is allowed to leave the school during the school hours without the permission of the Principal.
  • Punctual and Confirmed attendance is insisted upon. Leave of absence from school even for a few periods for attending marriages, Functions, etc., must be applied in advance, in the form supplied in the School calendar. The general terms of excuse, 'for some business', out of Station' etc. are not acceptable. Hence give specific reason for absence.
  • When a pupil has been absent from school without Leave Note for some reason not foreseen, e.g. illness, she must, on returning to school, bring a Leave Note from her parents or guardian in the form supplied in the School calendar. If the absence exceeds three days the leave note must be forwarded to the Principal. Continuous absence for 15 days from school without permission will lead to the removal of the student's name from the school register. In such cases, re-admission will be done only after payment of Rs. 200/-. Re-admission cannot be claimed as a matter of right. The school authorities will have full discretion in this matter.
  • Special notice shall be taken of absence without Leave Note from an examination and at re-opening of classes after the holidays. In the case of illness the production of a Medical Certificate shall be required.
  • Irregular attendance, insubordination to teachers, habitual inattention to school work, obscenity in word or act are sufficient reasons for the temporary or permanent dismissal of a pupil. Minor offences such as coming late to class, damaging school property etc. are punishable by a fine.
  • The school does not hold itself responsible for the pupil's conduct outside its premises. It, however, takes cognizance of any serious misconduct of its pupils committed outside its precincts and should any serious charge be fairly substantiated, the guilty shall be punished according to the gravity of the offence.
  • Students performance will be assessed continuously in various ways such as class work, assignments, projects, participation in classroom learning, neatness and systematic completion of work etc. Assessment will be informal most of the time, but it will be an ongoing process. Students have to spend time daily on personal study.
  • Classes I to V follow semester system and will have Evaluation 1, 2 and 3 at the end of each term. Classes VI to VIII follow semester system and will have 4 formative assessments and 2 summative assessments.
  • Students promotion will be based on their entire year's performance.
  • Pupils should wear the prescribed school uniform which is modest and becoming school children. Skirts to be tailored below knee length and Tights to be worn by all girl students compulsorily. The prescribed foot wear from Monday to Saturday is black shoes, with white socks. However, black rain shoes without socks are allowed during the rainy season from June to September.
  • Books, magazines, newspapers etc., not approved by the Principal, should not be brought to the school. If they are found in the school premises they will be confiscated and action will be taken against those students who brought them.
  • Books, umbrellas, Tiffin, etc., should have a name or mark by which the owner can be easily known and all stray or unclaimed articles should be brought to the Principal's Office.
  • No student or staff member will be called to the phone during school hours. In case of urgency, however, messages received on the phone will be conveyed to them. Students are not permitted to bring or use mobile phones within the school campus.
  • Pupils must not join any clubs or societies or make any engagements that would interfere with their studies without the Principal's permission.
  • Playing or shouting inside the school building is not allowed. A pupil is not permitted to enter any class room other than her own without permission.
  • When prayers are said at the beginning and at the end of class all will pray respectfully.
  • Any letters to students addressed to the school are subject to scrutiny by the Principal.
  • School Diary must be brought daily to school.
  • Late comers Record/Cleanliness Record/ Homework not done/Misbehaviour Record will be maintained in the school diary/Anecdotal Record and these things will be communicated to the parents through SMS.
  • Students are forbidden from entering the laboratories except with the permission of the teacher in charge. All equipment and materials given to students for practical work should be handled with care. Each student with practical work should maintain an observation record book, which should be regularly submitted.
  • Students who are irregular in practical work are not eligible for promotion to next class.
  • Library, Computer lab and laboratories are significant and integral assets of the school. Huge amount is invested into them. Students are expected to use them with great care. Any loss or damage will have to be replaced or made good by student concerned.
  • Letters officially addressed to the Principal should enclose reply postage.
  • Pupils should adhere to the discipline of the school whole-heartedly. They should follow the bells scrupulously particularly bells given after the recess time, both forenoon and afternoon. They should never leave the school premises during the intervals. Parents should provide a written request asking permission even for noon meals.
  • Catechism/Value Education/Moral Science classes should be considered equally important as the other subjects.
  • The school has a Junior Girl Guide Company and Bulbul Flock. Students who wish to be enrolled in this will be required to get the written permission of their parents. They are also informed that attendance at Confirmed weekly meetings, occasional hikes and outings out of class hours are compulsory for all members.
  • The pupils who pass in all the subjects in all the examinations during the year scoring 85% marks in each subject in the aggregate from V - VIII and 90% for I - IV will be awarded Merit Certificates. If the student is absent for any one of the exam or subject, including Value Education and Computer, are not eligible for Merit Certificate.
  • It is mandatory to wear the prescribed school uniform Confirmedly by the students. Any additional like the scarf, burqua, shawl and other objectionable gear are not permitted to be worn with the uniform in the school campus.
  • Students are not permitted either individually or in group to hold activities or worship other than those organized by the school authority within the campus.


  • Parents are requested to co-operate with the school authorities in matters of discipline, Confirmed hours of study at home and Confirmed attendance at school. Tuitions are discouraged.
  • Parents should follow up the academic progress of their children with interest and meet the concerned teachers between 3.30 p.m. - 4.00 p.m. to ascertain from the teachers the conduct and progress of the students. They are requested not to enter the class rooms and see individual teachers during class hours, except on the Open House Day.
  • Parents are requested not to allow their children to bring any money to school without the permission of the Principal except the money absolutely needed, for instance, for the bus, midday meal etc. Kindly instruct the children to take the school fees straight to the office and not to keep the amount with them in their class rooms.
  • Parents are requested to see that their children do not come to school wearing gold bangles, chains, finger rings, showy ear-rings or any other costly ornaments.
  • Parents/Guardians are advised not to give any gift to the teachers.
  • Parents should encourage their children to take a full share in all the co-curricular activities and the work experience drawn up by the school.
  • For promotion, a student must put in 85% of attendance and must regularly attend crafts, fine-arts, physical training and games classes.
  • Students are not permitted to go to hotels and outside canteens for noon – meals or snacks.
  • Payment of school fees for the whole year should be done by the 15th of June every year. In case of inability to pay, you may be permitted to pay in two installments, with the permission of the Principal. The 2nd installment should be paid by the 30th of September. All dues must be cleared before a student is admitted to the terminal and final examinations.
  • Founded Prizes in the name of your daughter / daughters who are studying or have studied in this school could be installed in consultation with the Principal.
  • Change of telephone nos. should be entered in the School Calendar and brought to the notice of the office staff.
  • No school business will be transacted on holidays.
  • Parents are recommended to make use of the page set apart in the Diary for your own remarks.
  • Parents are requested not to allow children to bring CD’s, iPods, Cameras, mobile phones, videogames or similar gadgets to the school. There will be surprise checking of students and their belongings and if a student is found with any of these gadgets, the same will be confiscated and returned only at the end of the year. Any violation of this rule will attract disciplinary action.
  • Criticism of teachers of the school in the presence of the students should be avoided. Legitimate complaints should be brought to the notice of the Principal without delay. Anonymous letters/phone calls will not be considered.
  • Attending the P.T.A meetings as well as other important functions in the school is a duty and service parents owe to their children.




No. of Registered Students

No. of Students Passed

Pass percentage





















5. 2022 114 114 100%
6 2023 102 102 100%






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Carmel School
Opp. Head Post Office
Rosario Church Road,
Mangaluru - 575 001

Tel.: 0824-2424429

E-Mail: [email protected]