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Fees
Admission Form + Registration (class 1 To X) 200+300 - Rs.500/-

Admission Fee(Class 1 To V) - Rs.10000/-

Admission Fee(Class VI To X) - Rs.13000/-

Admission Fee(Class XI To XII) - Rs.15000/-

Fee I To V 10 installments- Rs.4150/-

Fee VI To X 10 installments- Rs.4550/-

Fee XI To XII 5 installments- Rs.9600/-

*Fee Has to be deposited through Cheque/DD in favour of Step BY Step Sansthan

* 10 installment=(April,July,Aug,Sep,Oct.Nov,Dec,Jan,feb& March)
* Transportation Fee as per distance.
No. of Classrooms

34

Dimession of Classrooms

(30*20)ft

Details Of The School
Name of Institution STEP BY STEP SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL
Affiliation Number 1730602
State RAJASTHAN
District UDAIPUR
Postal Address JOGI KA TALAB ROAD OPP VILL NEHLA NEAR SEC -14 UDAIPUR
Pin Code 313002
Mobile Number 9680520421
Office Phone Number 0294-2483932,2481567,
Email stepbystepschool11@gmail.com
Website http://www.sbsudaipur.com/
Year of Foundation 2004
Date of 1st Opening 5/12/2004 12:00:00 AM
Principal/ Head Mrs.PUSHPA ANCHALIA
Head's Qualifications: M.A B.Ed
Experience (Years)
Admin: 7
Teaching: 11
Status of The School Senior Secondary School
Type of affiliation Provisional
Affiliation Period
From 1/4/2013
To 31/3/2020
Management Step by Step Sansthan
Location Of School
Nearest Railway Station UDAIPUR Distance in KM 5
Nearest Police Station UDAIPURGOVERDHAN VILAS Distance in KM 2
Nearest Nationalised Bank SBBJ Distance in KM 2
Nature Of The School
Category of School Co-educational
Medium of Instruction English
Types of School Independent
 
Enrollment Of The Students
Class No. of Section No. of Student
Nursery/KG/LKG 11 247
I-V 1 126
VI-VIII 1 36
IX-X 1 0
XI-XII 0 0
 
Labs and Rooms Details
Room Number Size
Length Breadth
Class Room 20 30 20
Composite Science Lab 1 21 30
Physics Lab 1 30 20
Chemistry Lab 1 30 20
Biology Lab 1 30 20
Maths Lab 1 30 20
Computer Science Lab 1 30 20
Home Science Lab 1 30 20
Library 1 23 20
Other Rooms 5 30 20
Particulars Of Teaching Staff
S. No. Teacher Name Qualifications Designation Name of Training attended by teachers
1 Mrs. Pushpa Anchaliya B.Sc., B.Ed.,M.A., M.Ed PRINCIPAL Life Skill; Digital learning, Career guidance, collaboration training.
1 Mrs. Neetu Sagar B.A. B.ED. TGTS Life Skill; Digital learning, Career guidance, collaboration training.
2 Mrs. Asha Bhatia M.A., N.T.T. NTTS Digital learning
3 Mrs. Preeti Jain B.A. N.T.T. NTTS Digital learning
4 Mrs. Alka Handa B.A. , N.T.T. NTTS Digital learning
5 Mrs Niharika karwani B.A., N.T.T. PRTS Digital learning
6 Mrs. Renu Jais B.A. , N.T.T. NTTS Digital learning
8 Miss Neha Bhatija B.B.M. NTTS Digital learning
9 Mrs. Leena Jain M.Com., N.T.T. NTTS Digital learning
10 Mrs. Meenakshi Deora M.A. MED. NTTS Digital learning
11 Miss Kamini Sharma M.A. Drawing & Painting TGTS Digital learning
12 Mrs. Sushma Chadha M.SC. B.ED. NTTS Digital learning
13 Mrs. Ritu Vaishnav 12th N.T.T. NTTS Digital learning
14 Mrs. Anamika Rana MBA PRTS Digital learning
15 Miss Harsheena Bagga MCOM PRTS Digital learning
16 Mrs. Nazneen Hussain MBA,LLB PRTS Digital learning
17 Mrs. Muskan Sighani BCA PRTS Digital learning
18 Mrs. Monika Panwar M. A. PRTS Digital learning
2 Mr. Gafoor Khan M.A., M.S.W.,Bped PTI Life Skill; Digital learning, Career guidance, collaboration training.
3 Mr. Jaiprakash Jinger B.Tech, M.Tech, DL.ED PGTS Life Skill; Digital learning, Career guidance, collaboration training.
4 Mr. Manoj Audichya B.Tech PGTS Life Skill; Digital learning, Career guidance, collaboration training.
5 Mr. Mukul Shrimali B.A., Persuing B.Ped PTI Life Skill; Digital learning, Career guidance, collaboration training.
6 Mr. Naresh Kumar Regar M.A., B.Ed TGTS Life Skill; Digital learning, Career guidance, collaboration training.
7 Mr. Nilanjan Adhikary M.B.A, B.B.A, PGTS Life Skill; Digital learning, Career guidance, collaboration training.
8 Mrs. Arti Shekhawat M.A. PGTS Life Skill; Digital learning, Career guidance, collaboration training.
9 Mrs. Kanchan Sharma B.A, B.Ed. PRTS Life Skill; Digital learning, Career guidance, collaboration training.
10 Mrs. Sandhya Lasod M.A. B.Ed. TGTS Life Skill; Digital learning, Career guidance, collaboration training.
11 Mrs. Daljit Gambhir B.Com.,B.Ed, N.T.T. PRTS Life Skill; Digital learning, Career guidance, collaboration training.
12 Mrs. Konkana Adhikary Panwar B.A. PRTS Life Skill; Digital learning, Career guidance, collaboration training.
13 Mrs. Mamta Gupta M. Phil PGTS Life Skill; Digital learning, Career guidance, collaboration training.
14 Mrs. Sangeeta Talesara B.Hsc, MSW TGTS Life Skill; Digital learning, Career guidance, collaboration training.
15 Ms. Sushila Jingar B. E., DL.ED TGTS Life Skill; Digital learning, Career guidance, collaboration training.
16 Ms. Harshita Bajaj MBA PGTS Life Skill; Digital learning, Career guidance, collaboration training.
17 Mrs. Nupur Kumbhat M.COM, CA INTER PGTS Life Skill; Digital learning, Career guidance, collaboration training.
18 Mrs. Chandresh Rathore MA, Bed PRTS Life Skill; Digital learning, Career guidance, collaboration training.
19 Ms. Divya Khilwani B.COM, B.ed PRTS Life Skill; Digital learning, Career guidance, collaboration training.
20 Ms. Garvita Hingar MCOM, CA INTER PRTS Life Skill; Digital learning, Career guidance, collaboration training.
21 MR. Ajay Sharma BE, MSC PGTS Life Skill; Digital learning, Career guidance, collaboration training.
22 Mrs. Madhuri Pawan Nikam M.SC, B.Ed PGTS Life Skill; Digital learning, Career guidance, collaboration training.
Physical Size
Area of Campus 
(in sq. Mtrs.) 9785.2987752
(in Acres.) 2.418
Built up Area in (in sq. Mtrs.) 16554
Whether the School at one site or two site ONE
Area of Playground (in sq. Mtrs.) 7692
Sanitary Conditions
Type of W.C and Urinals  flush
No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Boys 6
No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Girls 6
Potable Water yes
Has Certificate about health and sanitary conditions, drinking water and fire safety of the school has been obtained from the competent authorities of the area? if yes attach copy of same  yes
 
Library Facilities
Total No of Books 6000
Periodicals 5
Dailies 3
Reference Books 500
Magazine 500
Sports & Games
Swimming Pool No
Indoor Games Yes
Dance Rooms Yes
Gymnasium No
Music Rooms Yes
Hostel  Yes
Health and Medical Check up Yes
 
School Affiliation
Number of Students
Student per class
Class No. of students
1 66
2 41
3 32
4 26
5 28
6 28
7 27
8 32
9 20
10 21
11 18
12 15
Teacher Rules & Regulations

Guidelines For Teachers

“A good teacher is like a candle —- He consumes itself to light the way for others.”

Punctuality and Regularity:

  • All staff members must reach the school precisely at the time specified.
  • Any teacher being dilatory and sluggish in his/her approach towards reaching the School on a regular basis shall suffer dire consequences. Anyone arriving later than the usual time of 07:45 during summers and 08:30 during winters will be marked ‘late’ irrespective of any reason.
  • Three ‘late’ marks will mean one day’s absence and salary will be deducted accordingly.
  • Frequent late arrivals will be considered as serious breach of discipline and appropriate disciplinary action will be effectuated.
  • Teachers must be on time to engage their classes. No change should be wasted in the inter-changing of classes or reaching the classrooms from the Staff room.
  • A teacher must not leave his/her classroom during the conduction of classes to get things from the Staff room or store.

School Morning Assembly:

  • All teachers must be present for the School Assembly.
  • All teachers are responsible for organization and discipline of the classes during the assembly.
  • Class teachers should also encourage and train their pupils for participation in various activities during the assembly.
  • The Sports Teacher is to take charge of the commands/discipline during the assembly as and when required.
  • The Music Teacher shall conduct the Assembly with religious, deity and patriotic music and encourage students to acquaint themselves with various musical instruments and indulge themselves in vocalizing various songs to be performed in the morning Assembly.

Students’ Written Work:

Pupils should be trained by the teachers to maintain neatness and cleanliness in their written work. Pupils’ written work reflects a teacher’s aptitude for methodical training and his/her interest in the profession.

To maintain uniformity in the method and maintenance of the students’ written work, teachers are requested to follow the following guidelines:-

  • Anindex is to maintained at the beginning of each exercise book showing the date of work done, the topic covered and the initials of the subject teacher in the index when he/she finishes the correction of the written work.
  • In general, a new assignment should start on a fresh page.
  • The exercise books should be covered with brown paper, plastic sheets or may even be bound.

Correction of Students’ Written Work:

  • The concerned teachers should correct the pupil’s written work forthwith and promptly and it will be meticulously monitored by the Principal.
  • Any backlog in the checking and correction will be handled on a very serious note and the concerned teacher will be asked to justify the same.
  • All corrections should be done in red ink and the teacher should initialize them. The initials should bear the date of corrections.
  • Merely showing the mistakes in red ink is not enough. PUPILS MUST BE MADE TO UNDERSTAND THEIR MISTAKES.
  • |f any work or assignment is incomplete, the teacher has to ensure that it is completed in due time and re-verified by the teacher again.
  • A mistake once pointed out by the teacher, should in general, not be repeated by the student.

Assessment:

  • Teachers are to avoid giving Zero or One mark for a particular test. It reflects abysmally on the teacher’s own performance.
  • If the general class performance on an overall basis is below average, the test should be cancelled and remedial measures are to be taken to drill the children for a test to be held later. Marks in 1/4" or 3/4" are to be strictly avoided.

Dealing with Parents:

  • Teachers are required to be professional while dealing with parents. Highlighting the pupil’s positive points and assuring potential for improvement in negative aspects are to be kept in mind while addressing the parents.
  • Avoid any personal conversations and receiving gifts or personal favours from parents is strictly prohibited.
  • Spending too much time with a particular parent while others are waiting in line is not desirable.
  • Teachers should know about a child’s progress to enlighten a parent and not show any sign of ignorance towards a particular they are teaching.

Submission of Attendance Registers :

  • Attendance registers duly completed are to be deposited to the Administrator’s office on the last working day of every month.

Some Do’s and Don’ts to Remember:

  • Leave The Staff Room For Class On Time. Leave The Class On Time Almost Immediately After It Is Over.
  • Avoid leaving the class for personal phone calls, to meet the Management or Principal or for making photocopies.
  • Exercising a strong moral command over students by setting exemplary example is desirable to maintain discipline.
  • Self praise or personal discussions are not permitted.
  • Children are to be discouraged from going out of the class instantly after a break or during the very first period.
  • Children are to be sent out of class — to the playground or library in an orderly fashion.
  • Wishing teachers informally should be discouraged.
  • Teachers are to avoid loud laughter or personal conversation especially amongst children.
  • Students are to avoid unnecessary movement in the School.

Homework:

  • Subject teachers should assign homework to the students to be completed within the time limit in accordance with a schedule specially prepared for the purpose.
  • However, the schedule merely suggests the priority to be given to a subject on a given day.
  • Other subject teachers may also assign homework on the same day provided it does not exceed the practicable limits.
  • Co-ordination between subject teachers should subsist on a regular basis SO as to perpetuate the appropriate assigning of homework to the students.

Training of Pupils:

  • It is imperative for all teachers to train the students for rectitude and balanced living. Cultivation of a healthy and refined social behaviour among the students is of paramount importance for a good school.
  • Pupils should be trained to respect their elders, to wish them whenever they see them and be courteous to one and all.
  • The elder students must necessarily take care of the younger ones, especially on the playground.
  • They should never speak lies or speak arrogantly to their classmates or their elders.

Punishment:

  • Corporal punishment is strictly disallowed. Teachers violating this rule will be held accountable for their actions.
  • Punishment may be given in the form of detention, imposition, or by making the student stand in the classroom. STANDING OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM IS NOT ALLOWED.
  • A note may be made in the students’ diary and the parents’ signature is to be obtained.
  • Bulletin boards in the classes are to be properly used and different charts or articles are to be mounted and changed regularly and preferably by the children.
  • Children are not to visit the staff room or handle attendance registers/marks sheets/office circulars/record of workbooks etc.
  • Children should be motivated to take care of school property and ensure that they do not damage or destroy them.
  • Tests are not to be conducted for absentees. In genuine cases of absence, the absent student may be given a benefit at the time of final computation of marks.
  • English should be the only medium of communication in the School premises as well as in class except a language period.
  • Photocopies of work done or assignments are to be sent to children who are absent for long periods of time and parents are to be informed about the same.
  • Teachers are to adhere to “TEACHER ON DUTY” schedule and take the co- operation of the other teachers during the lunch break. Teachers are to inform the Principal in case they are not being able to maintain duty.
“Teachers affect eternity; no one can tell where their influence stops.”

Students Rules & Regulations
New Session 2018- 2019

School For The New Session 2018-19 Will Re-open From- 5th April, 2018.

  • Timings for 5th, 6th, 7th APRIL, 2018 – 7:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.
  • Timings from 9th April onwards -- 7:45 a.m. to 1:15 p.m.

School Timings For The Month Of April And May:

  • Monday to Friday – 7:45 a.m. to 1:15 p.m.
  • Saturday – 7:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

School Timings July To Onset Of Winter Season:

  • Monday to Friday – 7:45 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
  • Saturday – 7:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

School Timings For Winters:

  • Monday to Friday – 8:45 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
  • Saturday – 8:45 a.m. to 1:15 p.m.
(Second Saturday of the month is to be considered a holiday for the children.)

Uniform :

  • Monday and Tuesday- Track suit + Black plain socks + Black shoes
  • Wednesday, Thursday & Friday- Grey check shirt + Grey pant/ skirt + Belt + Black plain socks + Black shoes.
  • Saturday- House T- shirt + Grey pant / skirt + Black plain socks + Black shoes.

For Boys:

  • Half pants (Classes I to VII) during summer.
  • Full pants Classes VIII onwards throughout the year.
  • Full pants during winter for all the classes.

For Girls:

  • Skirt during summer, Full pant/ Skirt with slacks during winter.
Blazer, as a part of winter uniform is mandatory in the school.

Obligatories To Be Followed On A Routine Basis:

  • English is the medium of “INSTRUCTION & EXPRESSION” during school hours. Fine will be charged (class IV onwards) for speaking in any other language. Parents are requested to co-operate.
  • Student’s Identity cards will be issued from school office in the month of April. Every student should carry their ID proof to school daily.
  • Leave notes/ records should be duly filled by the parents.
  • No student will be allowed to leave the class without the MOVEMENT PASS. The student must collect the pass from the concerned teacher before leaving the class.
  • Use of foul/ abusive language is a taboo.
  • Nails and hair will be checked every Monday. Please ensure that they are trimmed on a regular basis.
  • Students must come to school in proper uniform every day.
New Session 2019- 2020

School For The New Session 2019-20 Will Re-open From- 4th April, 2019.

  • Timings for 4thand 5th APRIL, 2019 – 7:45 a.m. to 11:45 a.m.
  • Timings from 8th April onwards -- 7:45 a.m. to 1:15 p.m.

School Timings For The Month Of April And May:

  • Monday to Friday – 7:45 a.m. to 1:15 p.m.
  • Saturday – 7:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

School Timings July To Onset Of Winter Season:

  • Monday to Friday – 7:45 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
  • Saturday – 7:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

School Timings For Winters:

  • Monday to Friday – 8:45 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
  • Saturday – 8:45 a.m. to 1:15 p.m.
(Second Saturday of the month is to be considered a holiday for the children.)

Uniform :

New track suits have been introduced this year, so you are requested to procure it from A-Z uniforms in the month of July.

  • Monday and Tuesday- Track suit + Black plain socks + Black shoes
  • Wednesday, Thursday & Friday- Grey check shirt + Grey pant/ skirt + Belt + Black plain socks + Black shoes.
  • Saturday- House T- shirt + Track suit lower + Black plain socks + Black shoes.

For Boys:

  • Half pants (Classes I to VII) during summer.
  • Full pants Classes VIII onwards throughout the year.
  • Full pants during winter for all the classes.

For Girls:

  • Skirt during summer, Full pant/ Skirt with 3/4th leggings during winter, Black hair band/Black ribbons.
Blazer, as a part of winter uniform is mandatory in the school.

Obligatories To Be Followed On A Routine Basis:

  • English is the medium of “INSTRUCTION & EXPRESSION” during school hours. Fine will be charged (class IV onwards) for speaking in any other language. Parents are requested to co-operate.
  • Student’s Identity cards will be issued from school office in the month of April-May. Every student should carry their ID proof to school daily.
  • Leave notes/ records should be duly filled by the parents.
  • No student will be allowed to leave the class without the MOVEMENT PASS. The student must collect the pass from the concerned teacher before leaving the class.
  • Use of foul/ abusive language is a taboo.
  • Nails and hair will be checked every Monday. Please ensure that they are trimmed on a regular basis.
  • Students must come to school in proper uniform every day.

At Step By Step, we work towards exploring the potential of each child believing each child to be important. Our goal is to perk up their curiosity, guide them to explore, help them to acquire skills and instill the joy of learning.

With more than a decade Step By Step School, Udaipur has nurtured children with quality education and strong knowledgebase. Being a part of Education, Step By Step has set unparalleled standards in the Child Development & Education space.

We empower our children with the skill to think creatively, reason critically and communicate effectively

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Step By Step curriculum is based on developmentally appropriate education that challenges and encourages but never pushes. The joyous and child-friendly environment, advance learning system at Step By Step help a child to listen, discover, imagine and create. The love and warmth of teachers, who appreciate that each child is important, take interest in each child’s mental, physical and emotional growth, facilitating the urge of ‘self-discovery’ in each child.

We believe in the process of Learning by Doing – a child needs to ‘feel’ and ‘enjoy’ to understand the world around him. We provide an atmosphere for the child to grow and develop while reading, listening and playing.

  • Class rooms with Audio Visual methodology.
  • Child centric approach with creative learning.
  • Lush green playgrounds and Skating Rink (Largest in Rajasthan).
  • Quality infrastructure and serene enviornment.
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