Admission

 

What are the formalities for admission?

Submission of the report card of Std X, 6 passport size photographs, 2 stamp size photographs, payment through cheques.

 

Do you have any parents meet?

We do have parents meet subsequently on interpersonal basis.

 

How often are test & examinations conducted and how do you inform the parents about the performance of the child?

Unit tests & preparatory examinations are held throughout the year. Parents are informed about their performance.

 

Besides academics what other activities do you conduct?

Life skill education and inter-class competitions on every Friday; guest lecturers & pro academic activities are conducted.

 

How do you monitor studies in the hostel?

Hostels are monitored by specialised personnel, (wardens) and academics are supervised by our own resident faculty.

 

How do you coach slow learners?

We do conduct remedial classes for slow learners.

 

How about the results of the outgoing students?

We have 99% results for the academic year 2011-12.

 

What kind of place is Mangalore?

Mangalore could be your entry point to Beach Country- with its virgin and unexplored beaches. The district head quarter, which is also called as 'The Gateway of Karnataka' with its Harbour is where import and export of Crude Oil, Iron Ore, Wood, Spices, Food grains takes place. Mangalore is also well known for its educational institutions with many schools & colleges offering professional courses. Mangalore city is known as a green city for its Palm and Coconut trees.

 

What kind of visa do I need?

Visitors staying in India for less than 72 hours can obtain a Transit Visa, otherwise an Indian Tourist Visa is necessary.

Tourist visas are generally issued for six months, depending on what nationality you are. Some countries issue visas for shorter durations such as three months, and longer durations such as one year. Most visas are multiple entry visas.

Ten year visas are obtainable from the United States. In addition, five year visas are available for people from 18 countries. These are France, Germany, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Belgium, Finland, Spain, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico and Vietnam.

However, no matter what the duration of your Tourist visa is, you're not allowed to remain in India for more than 6 months (180 days) at a time. Furthermore, the above mentioned 5 year tourist visa only allows stays of up to 3 months (90 days) at a time. Also note that a two month gap applies between visits to India on Tourist visas (although there are some exceptions to this rule). Other types of visas that are available for visitors to India include Business Visas, Employment Visas, Research Visas, and Student Visas.

 

How do I get there?

Mangalore, the district head quarters of Dakshina Kannada, is well connected by a good road, railway & air network.

By Road - NH66 passes all along the coast of Dakshina Kannada District (Mangalore) connecting Goa and Mumbai on one side(north) and Kochi (Kerala) on the other side(south). NH48 connects Mangalore to the State capital Bengaluru.

By Train - Konkan Railway route passes through the district (Mangalore) connecting major cities of India.The 2 Major Railway stations are - Mangalore City Railway Station (in the heart of the city) and Kankanady Railway Station (5 Kms away from the heart of the city).

By Flight - Mangalore is also connected by Air. It has an airport at Bajpe. The Airport is just 18 Kms away from the heart of the city.

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