General Information

Kerala Samajam Model School, Jamshedpur, was started in the year 1981.The school, affiliated to the Council for the ISC Examination, New Delhi, is an English Medium co-educational institution preparing students for the ICSE & ISC Examinations. The school is managed by a Board of Trustees, comprising officials of Kerala Samajam Jamshedpur. In this Steel City, the Keralites are a Iinguistic minority, but the services of the School are dedicated to the benefit of all persons irrespective of linguistic, social or religious considerations.

The School aims at and imparts a practical and purposeful education to students from all over the country. The best of education is given with utmost care, love and understanding with a view to instill into these young minds moral and ethical values, strength of character, discipline, patriotism and an abiding spirit of service and sacrifice.The school session starts from the middle of March.

KERALA SAMAJAM MODEL SCHOOL receives no government or private aid and fees realised from students is the only source of revenue. Therefore, to meet the rising costs and increase in salary, fees have to be revised from time to time. This website aims at establishing a valuable link between the teachers and the parents with regard to the quality and quantity of work attempted by teachers and students both in school and at home.

Genral Guidelines to Parents / Guardians:

The school firmly believes in discipline. Slackness, disobedience and disregard of rules will not be tolerated. Any action likely to lower the image of the school is regarded as violation of the school discipline. The school reserves the right to expel students whose conduct is not good. Immorality, insubordination or contempt of authority is sufficient reason for immediate expulsion from the school.

In such case its parents' duty to counsel their children, so that the students do not indulge in indisciplinary act.

School Timings

Std.1& above 7.25 A.M. 1.45 P.M.
L.KG 11.00 a.m 1.35 p.m.
U.KG 7.40 a.m. 11.00 a.m

[Summer and Winter timings are subject to change with prior notice].


Monday to Thursday
L.KG & Std IV

Red and cream checked shirt & Frock,
Charcoal grey pant
Charcoal grey full pant in winter

In winter Red sweater with cream border
Red leggings (matching with red sweater)

Std. V to X Green and blue checked shirt and grey full pant/tunic
Black cap if required for
Sikh students -Black Patka is compulsory

In Winter grey sweater with cream border with tie

In winter
Std. XI to XII Cream and Green strips shirt,
Green skirt and trouser

In winter Blazer (Green) with Tie
Std. I to IV White half shirt, White pants/ tunic
Std. V to X White half shirt, White pants/ skirt
White Patka on Friday

White Keds/Avalon/Action shoes are permissible

(Wearing of tie is compulsory for all students from 1st November to 28th February)

Norms of Promotion

Promotion is granted on the basis of the school calendar year’s performance of the pupil, hence regularity in attendance and work is imperative. A percentage of 40 in the aggregate marks for the years average must be obtained.



A clear calendar month's notice in writing or a month's fee in lieu of notice must be given before the pupil can be withdrawn.

Those who leave school in May must in all cases pay the fee for the month of June also.
3. Transfer Certificate will not be issued until all dues of the school are settled.

Students can be asked to leave the school on the following grounds:
(a) Indiscipline.
(b) Using vulgar and abusive language repeatedly.
(c) Unsatisfactory progress in work.
(d) For activities undertaken by the parent/ guardian that are in any way harmful to the interest of the school.
(e) For failing in Std. Xl

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