Greetings & Welcome

" We welcome you to our website, which has integrated the school management, staff, students, parents and financial consultant all in one place. We aim to provide you with news, events, information and notices pertaining to the operation of the school and third parties who take interest in educational matters. As smartphones, tablets & PC's have taken over people's lives in real time, to keep pace with changes and fluctuations in educational ideology, rules & regulations, speed of transactions, skills, accountability, social changes and employment after gaining certification or even moving overseas, a website and the Internet are pace-makers for change. We at Kirat Niwas School (CCE/CBSE-i) aim to raise standards by giving children in our area, a quality based curriculum developed on foreign standards, maintain English as the chosen language medium by parents and give students an opportunity to acquire educational standards on par with overseas standards, at an affordable price. Teachers are carefully chosen to keep the standards of the school and training, updating skills are essentials tools we deploy to keep interest at a high level".

The School's Resolutions

  1. If the school decides to raise fees, they will be raised inline with the recommendations of the Education Department's guidelines, of not more than 10% overall to cover salary increases, government dues, accountants fees, new staff, etc. This does not include annual third party charges like books, transport or uniform, as inflation, fuel costs and material prices are not under the school's power or control.
  2. Parents will have the option of saving this 10% increase and getting 'free books for their students' if they pay the full discounted annual charge, at the beginning of the new session in April (see 'pay fees' on menu above).
  3. The school has abolished the system of "fines" for late payment & instead parents will be given 2 extra time requests for any outstanding fees (which will be within 30-45days from their normal period of demand).
  4. Defaulters - The school will 'name & shame' parents who do not pay their full annual fees and invariably cause their child's dismissal. Parents should be aware that their child might be refused 'admission' in other schools for default.
  5. Transport is offered by private van / bus operators and whatever each child is liable for payment for their services, we will collect in the school fees from parents and settle drivers accounts monthly. You can choose to use your own transport, and save  on'transport fees'.
  6. All students must gain 75% pass mark in our examinations, which is 5% above the new normal set. If a student, on more than 3 occasions fails to meet the required 75% standard in exams, they will be dismissed without further appeal. The SMC will be allowed to intervene and appeal on the parents behalf on the 1st & 2nd occasions only, not the final when the school will make their decision to drop back the student a year or dismiss.

School Management Committee

  • The committe will normally meet twice a year on 'Children's Day, Sports Day' and if required in emergency.
  • The school fees breakdown now be viewed here. The charges are explained clearly for all to see. Click Here

Parent & Public Notices

National Education Policy 2019 Released  (Draft)

NEP 2019 is a collaborative effort, reaching stakeholders to the block level to understand the changes required in the educational structure. The report also proposes renaming MHRD to Ministry of Education. Here are the key takeaways or suggestions of the Draft NEP 2019.

  1. The Draft National Education Policy 2019 is focussed on Access, Equity, Quality, Affordability, and Accountability of the education system of the country. 
  2. Starting with the early years and school education, the policy talks about a major overhail in the curriculum of the early Childhood Care and Education or ECCE which concerns the pre-schoolers .
  3. NEP suggests the extension of the Right to Education (RTE) to cover all children from 3-18 years of age. At present it covers students from the ages of 6-18 years. 
  4. A 5+3+3+4 curricular and pedagogical structure has been proposed which is based on the cognitive developmental stages of the children rathen than their ages. This further divides the K12 years into:
    1. Foundational Stage (age 3-8 yrs): 3 years of pre-primary plus 2 years of Grades 1-2.
    2. Preparatory Stage (8-11 years): Grades 3-5.
    3. Middle Stage (11-14 years) Grades 6-8.
    4. Secondary Stage (14-18 years): Grades 9-12.
  5. Draft proposes restructuring of schools into school complexes. Notably, a move in this direction has already been initiated by CBSE from this year.
  6. No hard separation of learning areas in terms of curricular, co-curricular or extra-curricular areas.
  7. Massive focus on Teacher Education and improvement of their qualify of the educators. The committee has porposed multiple multi-disciplinary programs for teachers which would in included into large universities. 
  8. Proporal of a four-year integrated stage-specific B.Ed programme has also been presented. This has already been proposed by the HRD Ministry.
  9. A restructure of technical and medical education in the country is also proposed in the draft along with the exit examination for medical professionals. 
  10. The proposal of continuing with the three language formula has also been reinforced in the National Education Policy. The NEP 2019 has reitereated its committement to providing a renewed focus on the Indian languages from an early and formative years. 

Take a trip here, register, login & participate: Click

Q. Are you looking for a respectable job as a teacher and possess the right qualifications?


B.Ed Qualified x2 Teachers Required Urgently. Click Here for details.


In Your Honored Memory My Great Mother - God Bless You Forever



Changes Log