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PTA Minutes of Meeting
 
The following are the PTA Minutes of Meeting
 
   

Dt: 5/6/2018


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CITY PRIDE SCHOOL
Executive Board Meeting 2017-18

   DAY: Tuesday     DATE: 30.01.18


On behalf of City Pride School, Ms. Nilima Palse the Administrative Officer welcomed the Executive Board members.
Dr Ashwini Kulkarni , representative of management was invited as a special invitee for the meeting .
Ms Nilima Palse read out the minutes of the last Executive Body which was conducted on 31.10.17
1] PTA fund: As per the discussion in the previous meeting, 10% of the PTA Fund is kept as corpus fund which can be utilized to help students during their participation in international competitions. . Accordingly the proposed financial help was been given to the sports stars of City Pride who had participated in International events. All the Executive Body appreciated this and applauded for the same.
2] ECS system for payment of fees – As mentioned earlier , ECS mode of the payment of the fees system is made compulsory for class 1 and it will subsequently .be continued for higher classes as well
3 ] Security provisions - Ms Nilima Palse briefed the members about the Security provisions in the school premises she mentioned that we would install in the classrooms. Fire system is in place for the entire campus and fire safety drills and evacuation drills will be conducted every year.
Keeping in mind the safety and security of our children the school has decided to give two “Authorised Pick and drop cards” to every parents. These cards need to be shown whenever there is an emergency and the parent needs to pick up the child early from the school during school hours.
The infrastructure audit - was done by the Vigilance Committee.
4] Use of mobiles during picnic –As per the government rule mobile phones are allowed during picnics, but as discussed in earlier Executive Board meeting it was strongly suggested by parents that that students should strictly not be allowed to carry any mobile phone during picnic / field visits or any other outings. Only teachers can always and communicate with the PTA members and give the updated by the end of the day,
5] Health and Hygiene, : The water filters and all drinking water tanks and coolers are maintained time to time. All water tanks are cleaned regularly. The water test is done from an authorized lab twice a year. Water filters are changed every 3 months. Dhoop is circulated in the campus in the classroom and surrounding campus everyday. Medical room is available with qualified nurse for first aid treatment. The school keeps medical record of children. Every year medical checkup is done for students as well as teaching and non teaching staff.
6] Promotion of students : The Principal mentioned that as per the Govt. norms students in the higher sections, who do not perform well in their final exams can be given retest. However even after retest if they do not perform well, they can be detained in the same std. Some of our students of std 9th were given a chance for retest. Those who passed were promoted to STD- X. Some parents decided to opt for open schooling as they were finding it difficult to cope up with the CBSE syllabus.
7] Distribution of books – On the request of Executive body of PTA members this year also the schedule for the distribution of the books was given to the parents well in advance. Accordingly the parents collected their sets of books. The whole process was carried out systematically.
8] Activity Day – The school has decided to display the various activities conducted at school and the daily routine of students to the parents by conducting an “Activity Day”. This would be on a working day in the month of April wherein all the parents including the new LKG parents can visit the school and move freely in the campus. They would get the glimpse of the working pattern of the school.
9] Budget – Dr Ashwini Kulkarni , representative of management was invited as a special invitee for the meeting .
She discussed about the fees structure . She informed the parents that the fees was revised in the previous year ie year 2016-17 for next 2 years .ie for year 17-18 and 18-19 , by 20%
This increase was accepted by the executive body but there was a request by the parents in the executive body that instead of increasing the fees by 20% in 17-18 , the school could increase it in 2 steps that is 10% in 2017-18 and again 10% in 2018-19 . This request by the members was accepted by the school and thus the fees was increased by 10% in 2017-18 . The fees is due for 10% increase in year 2018-19 as per the same decision
Though it was decided in earlier meeting to increase the fees by 10% to all the standards , the school management has increased by 8% for UKG to V – 8% - (Above 65000/- fees) and VI – X – 10% - ( below 52000/-) for the academic year 2018-2019
All the Executive members appreciated the school management for the same.
10) Closure meet- The closure cum opening meets for certain standards would be conducted in the month of April .
Dr. Preeti Deshmukh one of the executive members with all other executive body members appreciated the efforts taken by the teachers throughout the year.
11] The meeting was ended with a thanking note given by Mrs Nisha Panicker – Secretary PTA Executive Body.


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CITY PRIDE SCHOOL
Executive Board Meeting 2017-18

DAY: Tuesday                             DATE: 30.01.18
On behalf of City Pride School, Ms. Nilima Palse the Administrative Officer welcomed the Executive Board members.
Dr Ashwini Kulkarni , representative of management was invited as a special invitee for the meeting .
Ms Nilima Palse read out the minutes of the last Executive Body which was conducted on 31.10.17
1] PTA fund: As per the discussion in the previous meeting, 10% of the PTA Fund is kept as corpus fund which can be utilized to help students during their participation in international competitions. . Accordingly the proposed financial help was been given to the sports stars of City Pride who had participated in International events. All the Executive Body appreciated this and applauded for the same.
2] ECS system for payment of fees – As mentioned earlier , ECS mode of the payment of the fees system is made compulsory for class 1 and it will subsequently .be continued for higher classes as well
3 ] Security provisions - Ms Nilima Palse briefed the members about the Security provisions in the school premises she mentioned that we would install in the classrooms. Fire system is in place for the entire campus and fire safety drills and evacuation drills will be conducted every year.
Keeping in mind the safety and security of our children the school has decided to give two “Authorised Pick and drop cards” to every parents. These cards need to be shown whenever there is an emergency and the parent needs to pick up the child early from the school during school hours.
The infrastructure audit - was done by the Vigilance Committee.
4] Use of mobiles during picnic –As per the government rule mobile phones are allowed during picnics, but as discussed in earlier Executive Board meeting it was strongly suggested by parents that that students should strictly not be allowed to carry any mobile phone during picnic / field visits or any other outings. Only teachers can always and communicate with the PTA members and give the updated by the end of the day,
5] Health and Hygiene, : The water filters and all drinking water tanks and coolers are maintained time to time. All water tanks are cleaned regularly. The water test is done from an authorized lab twice a year. Water filters are changed every 3 months. Dhoop is circulated in the campus in the classroom and surrounding campus everyday. Medical room is available with qualified nurse for first aid treatment. The school keeps medical record of children. Every year medical checkup is done for students as well as teaching and non teaching staff.
6] Promotion of students : The Principal mentioned that as per the Govt. norms students in the higher sections, who do not perform well in their final exams can be given retest. However even after retest if they do not perform well, they can be detained in the same std. Some of our students of std 9th were given a chance for retest. Those who passed were promoted to STD- X. Some parents decided to opt for open schooling as they were finding it difficult to cope up with the CBSE syllabus.
7] Distribution of books – On the request of Executive body of PTA members this year also the schedule for the distribution of the books was given to the parents well in advance. Accordingly the parents collected their sets of books. The whole process was carried out systematically.
8] Activity Day – The school has decided to display the various activities conducted at school and the daily routine of students to the parents by conducting an “Activity Day”. This would be on a working day in the month of April wherein all the parents including the new LKG parents can visit the school and move freely in the campus. They would get the glimpse of the working pattern of the school.
9] Budget – Dr Ashwini Kulkarni , representative of management was invited as a special invitee for the meeting .
She discussed about the fees structure . She informed the parents that the fees was revised in the previous year ie year 2016-17 for next 2 years .ie for year 17-18 and 18-19 , by 20%
This increase was accepted by the executive body but there was a request by the parents in the executive body that instead of increasing the fees by 20% in 17-18 , the school could increase it in 2 steps that is 10% in 2017-18 and again 10% in 2018-19 . This request by the members was accepted by the school and thus the fees was increased by 10% in 2017-18 . The fees is due for 10% increase in year 2018-19 as per the same decision
Though it was decided in earlier meeting to increase the fees by 10% to all the standards , the school management has increased by 8% for UKG to V – 8% - (Above 65000/- fees) and VI – X – 10% - ( below 52000/-) for the academic year 2018-2019
All the Executive members appreciated the school management for the same.
10) Closure meet- The closure cum opening meets for certain standards would be conducted in the month of April .
Dr. Preeti Deshmukh one of the executive members with all other executive body members appreciated the efforts taken by the teachers throughout the year.
11] The meeting was ended with a thanking note given by Mrs Nisha Panicker – Secretary PTA Executive Body.


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CITY PRIDE SCHOOL
Executive Board Meeting 2017-18

DAY: Tuesday                                     DATE: 30.01.18


On behalf of City Pride School, Ms. Nilima Palse the Administrative Officer welcomed the Executive Board members.
Dr Ashwini Kulkarni , representative of management was invited as a special invitee for the meeting .
Ms Nilima Palse read out the minutes of the last Executive Body which was conducted on 31.10.17
1] PTA fund: As per the discussion in the previous meeting, 10% of the PTA Fund is kept as corpus fund which can be utilized to help students during their participation in international competitions. . Accordingly the proposed financial help was been given to the sports stars of City Pride who had participated in International events. All the Executive Body appreciated this and applauded for the same.
2] ECS system for payment of fees – As mentioned earlier , ECS mode of the payment of the fees system is made compulsory for class 1 and it will subsequently .be continued for higher classes as well
3 ] Security provisions - Ms Nilima Palse briefed the members about the Security provisions in the school premises she mentioned that we would install in the classrooms. Fire system is in place for the entire campus and fire safety drills and evacuation drills will be conducted every year.
Keeping in mind the safety and security of our children the school has decided to give two “Authorised Pick and drop cards” to every parents. These cards need to be shown whenever there is an emergency and the parent needs to pick up the child early from the school during school hours.
The infrastructure audit - was done by the Vigilance Committee.
4] Use of mobiles during picnic –As per the government rule mobile phones are allowed during picnics, but as discussed in earlier Executive Board meeting it was strongly suggested by parents that that students should strictly not be allowed to carry any mobile phone during picnic / field visits or any other outings. Only teachers can always and communicate with the PTA members and give the updated by the end of the day,
5] Health and Hygiene, : The water filters and all drinking water tanks and coolers are maintained time to time. All water tanks are cleaned regularly. The water test is done from an authorized lab twice a year. Water filters are changed every 3 months. Dhoop is circulated in the campus in the classroom and surrounding campus everyday. Medical room is available with qualified nurse for first aid treatment. The school keeps medical record of children. Every year medical checkup is done for students as well as teaching and non teaching staff.
6] Promotion of students : The Principal mentioned that as per the Govt. norms students in the higher sections, who do not perform well in their final exams can be given retest. However even after retest if they do not perform well, they can be detained in the same std. Some of our students of std 9th were given a chance for retest. Those who passed were promoted to STD- X. Some parents decided to opt for open schooling as they were finding it difficult to cope up with the CBSE syllabus.
7] Distribution of books – On the request of Executive body of PTA members this year also the schedule for the distribution of the books was given to the parents well in advance. Accordingly the parents collected their sets of books. The whole process was carried out systematically.
8] Activity Day – The school has decided to display the various activities conducted at school and the daily routine of students to the parents by conducting an “Activity Day”. This would be on a working day in the month of April wherein all the parents including the new LKG parents can visit the school and move freely in the campus. They would get the glimpse of the working pattern of the school.
9] Budget – Dr Ashwini Kulkarni , representative of management was invited as a special invitee for the meeting .
She discussed about the fees structure . She informed the parents that the fees was revised in the previous year ie year 2016-17 for next 2 years .ie for year 17-18 and 18-19 , by 20%
This increase was accepted by the executive body but there was a request by the parents in the executive body that instead of increasing the fees by 20% in 17-18 , the school could increase it in 2 steps that is 10% in 2017-18 and again 10% in 2018-19 . This request by the members was accepted by the school and thus the fees was increased by 10% in 2017-18 . The fees is due for 10% increase in year 2018-19 as per the same decision
Though it was decided in earlier meeting to increase the fees by 10% to all the standards , the school management has increased by 8% for UKG to V – 8% - (Above 65000/- fees) and VI – X – 10% - ( below 52000/-) for the academic year 2018-2019
All the Executive members appreciated the school management for the same.
10) Closure meet- The closure cum opening meets for certain standards would be conducted in the month of April .
Dr. Preeti Deshmukh one of the executive members with all other executive body members appreciated the efforts taken by the teachers throughout the year.
11] The meeting was ended with a thanking note given by Mrs Nisha Panicker – Secretary PTA Executive Body.


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