Monday to Friday

Std. I to X: 7.30 a.m. to 1.30 p.m.

Pre-primary: 9.00 a.m. to 12 noon

Office Hours ( Monday to Friday only )

8.30 a.m. to 10.30 a.m.

Principal’s visiting hours

9am to 10am     (Monday to Friday)

ADMISSION AND WITHDRAWAL
  1. A pupil who has not attended any school whatsoever or one who has come from a private school must produce an official birth certificate in support of the date of birth entered in the Admission Forms.
  2. A pupil who has attended any recognized school cannot be admitted without a leaving certificate from the last school attended and if a pupil comes from a school outside the state of Maharashtra the certificate must be countersigned by the Inspectors of the state from which she/he comes.
  3. Teachers and Parents are not allowed to interfere in the admission and administration policy of the school.
  4. A Leaving Certificate will not be issued until all the dues are paid.
  5. New admissions must pay the fees for the first month together with the Entrance Fees in advance.
  6. A Calendar month’s notice is to be given before the withdrawal of a pupil, else the fee will be charged. Such notice should be given in writing by the person responsible for the pupils, not by the pupils, herself/himself. Those who leave in April must pay their fee for May.
  7. The form of application for the Leaving Certificate is inserted in the school calendar.
  8. For sufficient reasons, such as unsatisfactory progress in studies and behaviour, serious misconduct, dishonesty, irregularity etc. the pupil’s name will be struck of the roll and she/he will be issued the Leaving Certificate.
ESTABLISHMENT TO MINORITY RIGHTS
Convent of Jesus and Mary School which has been established by the Catholic Church, aims primarily at the education of the Catholic community and the preservation of the Catholic Faith and religious practices.
Preference in admission to the school will be given to Catholic children. Admission, will however, be open to children of other communities without distinction of caste or creed.
WE ACCEPT NO DONATIONS OR ANY OTHER MONETARY AID ESPECIALLY IN CONNECTION WITH ADMISSIONS.
Academics
  1.  Mrs. Ruby Machado, Karijbhat the Scholarship is awarded to the student who secures the highest marks in Maths & Science in Std. IV.VII &VIII
  2. St. Claudine’s Thevenet Scholarship awarded to deserving Student in the Primary Section.
  3. Mr. Clement Rebello Scholarship given by Mrs. Rachael D’mello awarded to the student securing the highest percentage at the SSC examination.
  4. Mr. Jorden Fernandes Scholarship given by Mrs. Pricilla Falcao awarded to the student securing the highest aggregate marks in Marathi at the SSC Examination
  5. Mrs. Priya Farel Scholarship awarded to the student securing the highest aggregate marks in English at the SSC Examination.
  6. The Noel and Eva Gonsalves Scholarship given by Mr. Fabian Gonsalves awarded to the student securing the highest marks in Hindi at the SSC board examination
  7. Mr. Prabhakar Mundapat Scholarship given by Mr. Suryaprakash Mundapat to the student securing the highest aggregate marks in Mathematics and Science at the SSC examination.
  8. Master Jason Fernandes Scholarship awarded to the student securing the highest aggregate marks in Social Studies at the SSC Board Examination.
  9. The C.J.M. P.T.A. Scholarship awarded to the Best Student in the Secondary section.
  10. The C.J.M. Decennial Scholarship awarded to the most deserving student in the Secondary Section.
  11. The principal’s scholarship awarded to the most deserving Catholic student in the secondary section.
  12. The late Jafleen Coutinho & late Sybil Coutinho scholarship awarded to the Catholic student securing the highest marks in Marathi in the SSC Board examination
  13. The Aarohi R.Vartak Memorial Scholarship to be awarded to a student of Std X who secured the highest marks in Science at the SSC Board Exams
  14. The Aarohi R.Vartak Memorial Scholarship to be awarded to a student of Std X who secured the highest marks in Maths at the SSC Board Exams
  15. The Aarohi R.Vartak Memorial Scholarship to be awarded to a student of Std X who secured the highest marks in Sanskrit at the SSC Board Exams
  16. The Aarohi R.Vartak Memorial Scholarship to be awarded to any one meritorious student from Std VIII, IX or X
  17. The Aarohi R.Vartak Memorial Scholarship to be awardedfor excellence in sports to a student for participating at Taluka / District / State level
  18. Ms Priscilla Stanley Pinto scholarship awarded to the student securing highest aggregate marks at the SSC Board Exam
  19. Ms Priscilla Stanley Pinto scholarship awarded to the student securing highest aggregate marks in Maths at the SSC Board Exam
  20. The Telma Benedict scholarship awarded to two students(boy & girl) for demonstrating an enduring committment to the six pillars of character–Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Honesty, Caring and Citizenship
Trophies

Trophy for the best student of the year

Trophy for the student securing highest % in S.S.C. Exam

Sports

The Amelia Bosco D’Silva Shield awarded to the house scoring the highest points in: Athletic Events- March Past

Mr.Salvador D’souza Trophies awarded to :  Individual Badminton Champions ( Under 12,14,16) and Individual Carom Championship ( Under 12, 14, 16)

Mr. Roger D’Souza Trophies awarded to: Individual Chess Champions ( under 14, 16), Individual Cycling Champions ( under 14, 16) and Individual Cross Country Marathon

Inter House Mast. Aswan Rebello Trophies awarded to the Cricket and Football Champions.

Ms. Leen D’Cunha trophies awarded to the Best Senior Athlete of the year

We take pride in the following traditions:
  1. To be always friendly with one another in and out of school
  2. To avoid vulgarity in our talk and behaviour
  3. To accept whatever work is assigned to us as our rightful share.
  4. To be respectful towards elders in and out of school.
  5. To rise when any Sister, Teacher or Visitor enters any room in which we may happen to be.
  6. To be courteous and sportsman like with the opposing team and with officials.
  7. To respect the liberty and the rights of the other pupils.
  8. To respect the beauty of the school premises and report any damage which we may observe.
  9. To avoid littering the school premises and to pick up and such wrappers etc.
  10. To learn and observe good manners at all times and everywhere.