Friday, November 12, 2010
Thursday, August 5, 2010
Thursday, July 22, 2010
Saturday, June 5, 2010
Tuesday, May 18, 2010
AT THE TIME OF TAKING OVER RSK BY THE GIEF MADE THE PROMISE TO DELIVER THE FOLLOWING BUT STILL UNKEPT FOR OBVIOUS REASONS :-
It promised to provide:
1. School Bus Services but all of a sudden abruptly it has
Unilaterally discontinued School bus services, at the time of taking over of the school GIF promised to record three views
(a) Whatever privilege is extended to the teachers would continue,
(b) The areas that are presently covered by bus transport will continue and
(c) The school management will review the efficiency and the cost effectiveness of the operator and bring about such changes as are necessary to get higher advantage to the school, staff and children and if possible, make the services reach a wider area
2. a) Educational Consultants’ Review of RSK and deliverables in terms of manuals procedures and systems documents
b) Supervision and implementation of the administrative and academic processes including the change management, hiring of experts etc.
3. It also offered two value added service free of cost; i.e., GIEF will license the school management software to RSK (commercial value is Rs 6 lacs) at no extra charge. GIEF will additionally offer complementary scholarship worth rupees 12 lakhs to a RSK topper to study in
4. School Management software and IT infrastructure modernisation: GIEF would be installing and implementing a exhaustive school management software, immediately on signing of the contract. This would cover a whole range of management and student information systems. BHEL will provide the necessary server and networking hardware with internet connection. This will be done as a part of the contract. At a later stage, the student-school-parent communication software will be implemented which, of course, would incur a cost.
5.Teacher Training & Development: GIEF will start implementing the professional development programme (teacher training and development & training of senior management). This will be done again in a phased manner and in accordance with the school’s time table.
a. Some training modules will be done drawing upon resources from within the school or within state/country and their training charges will be paid by BHEL
b. For specific training programmes like the Modern Montessori and Julia Gabriel’s speech and drama programme select teacher will be sent to
6. Student & Teacher Exchange: GIEF will facilitate student and teacher exchange programmes with GIEF schools and its member schools in India and abroad.
7. Quality Assurance: GIEF will, on signing of the contract, start implementing a slew of quality assurance programmes aimed at the optimising the collective potential of the students and teachers of RSK. In the long run, a teacher will be trained to head and implement the quality assurance initiatives at RSK.
8. Specialised skill assessment programme: GIEF, as a special gesture, will implement the skill assessment programme of Educational Initiative ®, for students of stds VIII and X.
9. Scholarship : GIEF will open up the scholarship programmes that are available in
10. Post higher secondary programme : GIEF will help RSK to set up a full fledged career counseling centre at its premises for admission in to Indian universities/colleges. In addition, there are various university programmes, internationally acclaimed and highly accredited, available in
Note: it is an open fact that the above promises have been unkept; The present management is just sleeping over vital and core issues like the deterioration of the school standards in terms of discipline, good conduct, academics etc., The survey by PTA is an ample proof substantiating the ground happenings in the school. We have to take an immediate and urgent decision in this regard, before it becomes too late to undo the mistakes committed by the school management.
The present scenario is ripe for exercising our option for termination of the agency.
"The agreement shall always be terminable at the option of either party by giving a notice in writing of at least four calendar months in advance ending with 30th April ".
Friday, April 9, 2010
Tuesday, May 19, 2009
New Delhi, May 19 (PTI) The results of Class XII examinations conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education will be out on Friday while Council for Indian School Certificate Examination results for class-X and class-XII tomorrow.CBSE will declare results of Senior School Certificate Examination 2009 (Class XII) of the Board at 10 AM on Friday, a statement issued by the Board said. Over 6.3 lakh students appeared in the test held in March.The CISCE will announce the results for class 10th and 12th exams tomorrow.The CBSE's results will be available on its website. The schools can also get results by giving their code and email-id by registering themselves.Students can also get their results on their e-mail address by registering themselves on the web sites: www.Results.Nic.In, www.Cbseresults.Nic.In, www.Cbse.Nic.In, the statement said.The individual results can also be had on websites: http://mtnldelhi.In, http://bol.Net.In and http://delhi.Mtnl.In, it said. CBSE would disseminate results through Interactive Voice Response System also. Results will also be available through SMS also.CISCE has introduced for the first time the system of pre-registration under which students and principals can get results. PTI
Class XII Exam Results 2009 ( Chennai, Ajmer and Panchkula regions )
To be announced on May 20, 2009 at 10:00 Hrs.
WISHING ALL THE CHILDREN VERY BEST OF LUCK AND PRAY FOR EXEMPLARY
RESULTS -- RPF
Class XII Exam Results 2009 ( Chennai, Ajmer and Panchkula regions )
To be announced on May 20, 2009 at 10:00 Hrs.
We all pray and wish every one of the CBSE students to excel in this year's results. All
the very best and good luck.
Saturday, March 21, 2009
Monday, January 5, 2009
THIS NEW YEAR HAS DAWNED WITH A RUDE SHOCK WHEN TWO OLD BOYS 2006-07 batch NAMELY VINOGARAN AND KARTHIK WHO DIED IN A ROAD ACCIDENT WHEN A MINI BUS COLLIDED HEAD AGAINST THE MOTORBIKE IN WHICH THEY WERE TRAVELLING ALONG WITH ONE GURU PRASANNA. IT IS REPORTED IN THE DAILIES THAT ALL THE THREE WERE TRAVELLING IN A MOTORBIKE. THE DECEASED VINOGARAN WAS A FIRST YEAR STUDENT IN SASTRA, KARTHIK AN NIT TRICHY STUDENT AND THE INJURED GURU PRASANNA IS STUDYING IN CHENNAI. ALL THE THREE PASSED OUT OF RSK LAST ACADEMIC YEAR. IT WAS UNFORTUANTE TO LOOSE TWO BRIGHT STUDENTS OF RSK TO THE CRUEL FATE. THE ALMIGHTY HAS SNATCHED AWAY THE TWO PROMISING YOUNGSTERS. IN THIS HOUR OF GRIEF THE --RPF EXPRESSES ITS PROFOUND SYMPATHY AND HEARTFELT CONDOLONCES TO THE FAMILIES OF THE DECEASED STUDENTS AND PRAY TO THE ALMIGHTY GOD FOR THE STUDENTS' SOUL TO REST IN PEACE. --RPF ALSO WISHES SPEEDY RECOVERY OF THE AILING GURU PRASANNA.
Friday, December 26, 2008
THE BOARD EXAM TIME TABLE HAS BEEN RELEASED BY THE CBSE FOR XII STUDENTS
Monday,02nd March,2009 10:30 AM CHEMISTRY
Friday,06th March,2009 10:30 AM PHYSICS
Friday,13th March,2009 10:30 AM ENGLISH CORE
Monday,16th March,2009 10:30 AM BIOLOGY
Saturday,21st March,200910:30 AM MATHEMATICS
Tuesday,24th March,2009 10:30 AM COMPUTER SCIENCE
TIME TABLE FOR X STANDARD-CBSE
Wednesday,04th March, 2009 10:30 AM SOCIAL SCIENCE
Friday,06th March, 2009 10:30 AM TAMIL
Saturday,14th March, 2009 10:30 AM MATHEMATICS
Wednesday,18th March, 2009 10:30 AM ENGLISH COMM. &
ENGLISH LNG & LIT.
WISHING EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU BEST OF LUCK AND GOOD WISHES FOR SUCCESS --- RPF
Saturday, August 30, 2008
Wednesday, August 27, 2008
THE LAST DATE FOR SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION FORMS FOR NTS EXAMS FOR VIII AND X STUDENTS IS 30.08.2008, IF your wards have not submitted the applications with the School, you may directly send it by downloading the form from the website http://www.ncert.nic.in/html/talent.htm along with a Demand Draft for Rs. 50/- favouring - State Level NTS Examination, 2008 "TAMILNADU" CHENNAI payable at Chennai, and send the filled in application duly attested by the Principal and send the same to
THE DIRECTOR, DIRECTORATE OF GOVERNMENT EXAMINATIONS, COLLEGE ROAD, NUNGAMBAKKAM, CHENNAI-600006 -- RPF
Thursday, August 21, 2008
Wednesday, August 20, 2008
All of you would remember that nearly 25 students of class XI Standard State Board failed but you may not be aware of the explanation by the School Head in the Governing Board Meeting which was held in June'08
" .... Mr. C Mani wanted know the details of class XI students. Mr. Varadrajan responded that class XI students take to their work little lightly and this is the case with almost all the schools. twenty five of them were failed just to jolt them to reality of hard work necessary subsequently. However, they were examined again setting new question papers and were promoted. Mr. Varadarajan further explained internal evaluation of the school used to be stricter than board evaluation. This is just to ensure our students get prepared such surprises arised in the board examination....."
The School HEAD has misled the Governing Board as though the evaluation of the Class XI was done by their teachers, on the contrary it was externally evaluated. He has further stated that in order to give a jolt to the students to wake up to the reality. Dear Parents we leave it to your judgement how he has uttered such a True Lie before the Board - RPF
The BHEL has appointed one of its Manager Mr. P.Samutharapandi of the Controls and Insturmentation Department as its Representative to co-ordinate with the RSK School. Mr.P.Samutharapandi did his B.E., at Anna University and M.Tech in IIT Madras. He is also a member and the Vice-President in the BHEL Executives Association. On behalf of the RPF we wish Mr. Samutharapandi all the very best to contribute to the welfare of the School Managament and for its upward betterment both in academics and in extra-curricular activities. Mr. Samutharapandi can be contacted through landline no. 2574074 and his cell no. 94425 02605. Feel free to communicate your valuable suggestions and grievances for timely redressal. RPF
Monday, July 28, 2008
Sunday, July 20, 2008
Thursday, July 17, 2008
DETAILED ANALYSIS OF THE SURVEY CONDUCTED BY THE RSK-PTA
Under its auspices the RSK PTA conducted a detailed survey from the Parents with a view to ascertain their views regarding the GIEF’S Management of the RSK SCHOOL for the past 2 years. Nearly 50 well meaning parents volunteered to take up the task of surveying BHEL and NON BHEL Parents. The Survey was able to obtain response from 824 Parents of the RSK School out of 1000 forms issued. Out of the responded 824,
119 respondent-parents expressed their Satisfaction i.e. 14.44 %
147 respondent-parents remained neutral i.e. 17.84 %
006 respondent-parents expressed their Don’t Know i.e. 0.73 %
552 respondent-parents have expressed Dissatisfaction i.e. 66.99 %
The Survey focused on many issues. Of which, three areas were considered more relevant and vital for evaluating the performance of the New Management, New Head of the Institution and the Parents’ perception about the School under the GIF Management.
The main areas which require immediate attention are:
1. Whether GIEF’S is doing an excellent Job in Academics?
The detailed analysis shows that only 164 parents are Satisfied, 232 Parents remain neutral, 11 parents claimed that they Don’t Know and 417 parents strongly feel dissatisfied.
2. Whether Parent’s feel welcome at school, their views are taken into account, their perception about standard of the school?
The detailed analysis shows that only 129 parents are Satisfied, 263 Parents remain neutral, 31 parents claimed that they Don’t Know and 401 parents strongly feel dissatisfied.
3. Whether the Leadership & Direction provided by the administrators of the School and the principal is effective in leading the school in the right direction
RPF learns that on behalf of the Parents of RSK School, the RSK-PTA has submitted the consolidated report of the survey conducted by it to take some suitable remedial measures at the earliest.
Sunday, July 13, 2008
The mid-term exams are due to begin on 28.07.2008 as per the Hand Book. But it is learnt that due to the non-availabilty of the Cheif Guest for the Sports Day the mid-term exams are likely to be postponed. Teachers are skeptical whether the mid-term exams may not be held as per the schedule. Why this unwanted mess up ?
Tuesday, July 8, 2008
Saturday, July 5, 2008
Tuesday, June 17, 2008
The sudden decision of the Ministry of Human Resource Development to fill 50 per cent of the seats, hitherto reserved for students of other States in the National Institutes of Technology, on an all-India merit basis, will eliminate the chances of Tamil Nadu students getting admission to the NITs elsewhere in the country, say school principals.
The Ministry informed the Central Counselling Board (AIEEE–2008) about the change only on June 13. The principals fear the new system raises the possibility of the 50 per cent seats in 20 NITs being filled with students of some States that have been dominating the national ranking in the All-India Engineering Entrance Examination (AIEEE) over the years. Furthermore, they reckon, the awareness of the examination is inadequate in Tamil Nadu.
The States that lag in the AIEEE will have to content themselves with the 50 per cent of seats earmarked in the NITs for their own students. The decision has come as a shock at a time when all NITs are increasing the number of seats to implement 27 per cent reservation for the OBC students.
What rankles them is that the Central Government has not honoured its promise to safeguard the interests of States when it converted the Regional Engineering Colleges into the National Institutes of Technology.
In fact, the Centre was allowed to take over the Regional Engineering College here a few years ago only after it promised that the pattern of admission would be retained.
The decision must be based on the fact that the Centre meet the entire funding for the NITs as it does for the Indian Institutes of Technology, sources in the Central Counselling Board (AIEEE–2008) told The Hindu.
“There is no justification for the timing of the decision. Tamil Nadu students who have devoted their time and energy to securing seats in the NITs have been caught unawares. Had they known the decision earlier, they would have intensified their preparations since securing all-India ranks is quite a tough task,” says A. Rajagopal, a full-time trainer of IIT-JEE and AIEEE.
COURTESY - THE HINDU dt. 17.07.2008
Monday, June 16, 2008
Assuming that 1 minute per payment, only 360 payments can be made approximately, but the students strength is 900 approx., balance 540 parents will be in trouble. How is this possible?
Similarly for Standard IV to V students school fees should be paid on the 18/19th June 2008 nearly 600 students fees should pay in 360 minutes
Hope the Principal think and acts fast. -- RPF
Friday, June 13, 2008
BUCKLING TO PRESSURE FROM THE PARENTS,BHEL, AND CBSE CHENNAI, PRINCIPAL HAS REDUCED THE CUT OFF MARKS FOR ADMISSION INTO +1 FOR ITS STUDENTS. BUT STILL SOME OF THE STUDENTS ARE NOT ACCOMMODATED BECAUSE OF THE SCHOOL HAS ALREADY ADMITTED STUDENTS FROM OTHER SCHOOL, THUS DENYING AN OPPORTUNITY FOR THEIR OWN STUDENTS. --RPF
Monday, June 9, 2008
Saturday, June 7, 2008
As an executive committee member of the RSK-PTA please find below the contributions made
to the welfare of the students and staff of RSK.
- Purchase of 104 ceiling fan for all 64 class rooms
- Purchase of chairs 300 PVC moulded chairs
- Donation to Tsunami Rehabilitation work- Rs. 25,000/-
- Purchase of text books for library and TNPCEE Exam-
- 1.Rs.10,500 
- 2.Rs.20,000 
- Binding Expenses for old library books
- Six Water Filters for the staff room-
- LCD projector
- Pongal Celebrations
- Provision for bulletin Boards for all sectors at the rate of Rs. 30,000
- Salary for Scavengers nearly for five long years
- Organised Free Eye Care Camp through Joseph Eye Hospital, Trichy-1 &
- Rotary Club of Trichy Town.
RETIREMENT BENEFITS GIVEN TO THE STAFF OF RSK
- 2001:- 2002 :-
- 1.Mrs. Mangala Dattarayan - Rs.1000/- 1. Mr. Sowri Rajan - Rs. 3000/-
- 2.Mrs.Joseph - Rs.1000/- 2. Mr. Devraj - Rs. 3000/-
- 2003 :- 2004 :-
- 1 . Mrs.Whelma - Rs. 5000/- 9. Mr.Sellapillai - Rs.7500/-
2. Mrs. Krishnavani- Rs. 5000/- 10. Mr. Kulandairaj - Rs.7500/-
3. Mrs.Narmatha - Rs. 5000/- 11. Mr. Sigamani - Rs.7500/-
4. Mrs. Prescilla- Rs 5000/- 12. Ms. Berndette- Rs.7500/-
5. Ms. Seethalakshmi Rs. 5000/- 13. Mrs.Rani - Rs.7500/-
6. Ms. Turnbull - Rs. 5000/- 14. Ms. Lobo - Rs.7500/-
7. Mrs. Lourdu Mary -Rs. 5000/- 15. Mrs. Felicia - Rs.7500/
8. Mrs. Esmie Davis - Rs.5000/- 16.Mrs. Arockiamary - Rs.7500/-
1. Dr. Rajagopal - Rs.10,000/-
2. Mrs. Baby Rajkumar - Rs.10,000/-
3. Mr. Britto - Rs.10,000/-
4. Mr. Jayabalan - Rs.10,000/-
5. Mr.Patricia Fernandas - Rs.10,000/-
6. Mrs.Alice - Rs.10,000/-
MEDICAL ASSISTANCE TO TEACHERS :-
1.Mr. JESUDOSS - Rs.10,000/- 2.Mr. Sellapillai - Rs.10,000/-
3.Mr. Veeraiyan - Rs.10,000/- 4.Mrs. Alice- - Rs.10,000/-
- MD Hall Function : -
1. 2001 – The Annual General Body meeting
2. 2003 – The Turn President elect Mr. Abdul Kalam
3. 2005- Counseling Program me for Students, Staff and parents by Prof. Periyardasan
4. 2006- Inaugural and welcome Program me of GIEF.
Wednesday, June 4, 2008
My son- a student of RSK obtained more than 380/500 is denied computer science, I understand that nearly 7 non-rsk students has been admitted much to the violation of the Ruling by our High Court, will the PTA, BHEL, CBSE Authorities swing into action to set things right in RSK. The Court's ruling is crystal clear that priority should be given only to its students and no cut off mark should be prescribed. Then why the principal is deviating from the Court order.
They should furnish the particulars of students they have admitted to Standard XI They should furnish the particulars of students admitted to Standard XI
The Madras High Court on Monday directed all Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) schools in Tamil Nadu to furnish, in two weeks, the particulars of students they admitted to Standard XI.
The directive was given by the First Bench of Chief Justice A.P. Shah and Justice P. Jyothimani on a public interest litigation petition against `weeding out' of Standard X students by their own schools while granting admission to Standard XI.
The petition, filed by educationist S. Anandalakshmy, highlighted the practice of CBSE schools arbitrarily fixing cut-off marks to weed out their Standard X students.
The Bench also directed the CBSE to ensure that all of its schools in Tamil Nadu complied with the court's directive, issued on April 27, that issuing transfer certificates to Standard X students within the same school and readmitting them to Standard XI was against the rules.
Concurring with a set of guidelines furnished in court by Assistant Solicitor-General P. Wilson, the Bench held that students from other school could be considered for admission after accommodating students of the same school.
Schools should conduct no admission test for their own students, and no school should prescribe any cut-off marks for admission to Standard XI or for allotment of subjects.
All CBSE schools in the State should comply with these guidelines. The five Chennai-based schools that had been arraigned as respondents in the petition should file all particulars about Standard XI admissions before June 8.
Dr. Anandalakshmy said the practice was the manifestation of rampant commercialisation of education and an anti-thesis of what the CBSE proclaimed and repeatedly emphasised.
The Board said the CBSE schools would violate rules if they treated their own Standard X students as fresh candidates for admission to Standard XI and issued transfer certificates before "re-admitting" them to Standard XI.
Note - This is the exact legal position as decided by our High Court, Chennai and this is the paper report of- THE HINDU- dated 5th June 2007, Hence parents can take up the issue with the CBSE if you are aggrieved --RPF
Tuesday, June 3, 2008
Monday, June 2, 2008
Tuesday, May 27, 2008
Monday, May 26, 2008
THIS IS THE NEWS ITEM PUBLISHED FOR THE +2 CBSE-RESULTS OF GIIS SCHOOL SINGAPORE - RPF
Sunday, May 25, 2008
CBSE Std XII Results for 2007-2008 for GIIS SCHOOL SINGAPORE --
[At the time of this writing, school has not yet published these results. Check the School's Result Page ].Summary: 83.33% PASS (25 out of 30 who appeared). Compartmental pass : 3, Declared Failure : 2Toppers (3) #1. Kiran Krishnamachari : 456/500 ( 91.2%) #2.Meenakshisundaram : 450/500 (90%) #3. Priyanka : 431/500 ( 86.2%)No. of candidates scoring 90% and above : 2/30 ( 6.66% )-do- 75% and above : 13/30 ( 43.33%)-do- 60% and above : 20/30 ( 66.66%)No. of Candidates with Subject failuresMaths : 1 failed • Physics : 3 failed (theory) • Chemistry : 3 failed (theory) • Accountancy : 1 failed (theory)Weakest and Strongest Subjects of GIIS SingaporeWeakest: Maths (School Avg = 55.5% ) * Strongest: Business Studies (School Avg = 78.2% )
Saturday, May 24, 2008
Wednesday, May 21, 2008
Tuesday, May 20, 2008
The +2 CBSE results will be published tomorrow [21.05.08] by 8.00 a.m., you can log on to www.cbseresults.nic.in for your mark statement and result by registering right now. We at RPF wish each and every one of the student Very Good Luck and Pray for your success in the exams in flying colors. --- RPF
Monday, May 19, 2008
WON'T IT BE WONDERFUL IF RSK TEACHERS GET INVOLVED TO SHARE THEIR GENUINE CONCERN FOR THE UPLIFTMENT OF our WARDS ? Your valuable contribution in this blog will be taken very seriously for improving our wards standard. Do not hesitate to throw your ideas and tips to the RPF. We wholeheartedly invite the teachers to get involved in this attempt to improve and rekindle the spirit of the legendary RSK. - RPF
It is time to have your decisive say in the happenings of RSK. Please share all your genuine concerns for the betterment of the School. In this process one can bet the teaching level will definitely improve by manifolds. Why don't each one of you contribute your views and progressive suggestions which will definitely improve your children's education. Participate in this blog by expressing your feelings, sentiments and anguish to see that they are redressed. START BLOGGING -- ed/-
NOTE BOOKS AND TEXT BOOKS STARTING FROM KG 2 TO 3rd Std., ARE TO ISSUED FROM TODAY [19.05.2008] .
ON 20.05.2008 THE SAME WILL BE ISSUED FOR CLASS 4 TO 7
ON 21.05.2008 IT WILL BE FOR CLASS 8 TO 10.
SO KEEP GOING IN TIME. ed/-
Saturday, May 17, 2008
GIF has appointed an expereinced educationist Mrs. REVATHI SHANKAR as an Educational Administrator last month, a new post created to monitor the School. She hails from Baroda with rich experience as Principal and well acquainted with the CBSE curriculum. She is expected to be available very shortly in the School. It is understood that the overall supervision and policy matters of the School shall be routed through her for approval. It is also widely believed that this appointment is a face saving excercise by the GIF to elevate the school to its original level. Let us hope this appointment will attain the objective. Ed/-
This time also your child may not be the lucky ones to get the TEXT Books in time. Yes the Std. VIII books have not reached yet. Why don't You browse the net in the following site :
www.cbse.nic.in to download the text. ? -- Ed/-
Heard the +1 State Board Results, 25 students have failed. Mind You they are the ensuing + 2 students for the coming academic. Why this sorry state of affairs for our RSK? We should be wary whether the Teachers and the Principal are doing their part.? The results show that the teachers have miserably failed in their duty to teach. This is an record in the annals of RSK. Something urgently has to be done to arrest this downward trend in teaching. Awake before it is too late. --Ed/
On 9.5.08 the State Board + 2 Results were out. Out of the 276 Students who wrote the exams 1 student has failed. Pass Percentage - 99.63. Last Year it was 100%. The School First was 1170/1200. BHEL Matric Students topped the + 2 in the District with District First 1181/1200 and District Third 1177/1200 well ahead the RSK Students. Why this set back to our students?