Guidelines for online class 11 Arts & Science

nthss online 2020


“It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change.”

Charles Darwin

Dear students of class 11, 2020
On behalf of the administrative staff and faculty members we would like to welcome the new batch of students of Arts and Science 2020. We are delighted that you chose North Town Hr Sec School to be your alma mater.. We are keen to ensure that you have a sound academic career here in NTHSS.

Our faculty members are looking forward to imparting quality education and helping you to understand fundamental concepts in a wide host of subjects

Covid 19 has posed significant challenges in the continuity of learning. Nevertheless it has not dampened our spirit of educatum. All around the world Online Learning is gaining popularity due to the pandemic of covid19 for schools, colleges and all training institutions. Our classrooms are shifted to virtual platforms giving us an opportunity to
attend our classes from the comforts of our homes. However we shall be regularly meeting online and as students you’ll need to show up and demonstrate to your teachers that you are present, paying attention and actively participating in the class. Similar to our physical situation of class we expect a high level of discipline from every student even while attending virtual classes. Kindly take note of some definite guidelines given below and be the best online student that you can be.

1. Attendance:
As enrolled student of NTHSS, your attendance matters. Attendance will be taken for every subject. Kindly login to which ever online platform your teacher is using and be present regularly. There should be no excuses for technical problems. Being late for class is not acceptable and being irregular will not be excused.

2. Syllabus:
Each subject teacher will present you the syllabus. Make sure you read it and get acquainted with the content of each lesson. Be prepared to participate actively in each class. The syllabus is your road map to be successful and excel in the course you are enrolled into.

3. Timetable and Routine:
Timetable of your daily routine for each class is attached. Make sure you note it and are present regularly as per the times lot allotted for your class.

4. Books
Textbooks and note copies will be available in the school’s book depot from 17th June onwards.
Maintenance of notes in the prescribed note copies is mandatory. Update all the notes given by your teachers on regular basis which will be checked by the teachers.
Assignments / project activities / test are important areas of internal assessment and therefore it should be taken seriously. Action will be initiated to non performing students.

5. Examination:
After coverage of certain portion of the syllabus online test / examination will be conducted. Make sure you have a specific study hour daily. We encourage you to read the text books and keep the notes of your teachers for references.

6. Discipline:
We also value discipline in our pupils. As students we expect that you exhibit the best values learnt from home and schools. Being involved in online spaces requires students to be have safely and responsibly.

BEHAVING RESPONSIBLY ONLINE means

*appropriate use of language

*upholding democratic values

*respect for diversity and equality

*respect for privacy and dignity of others

*no violation of the human rights

*not visit any in-appropriate sites

*respect for people’s property

BEHAVING SAFELY ONLINE MEANS:

*protecting your own privacy and personal information

*selecting appropriate spaces to work and contribute

*protecting the privacy of others (this can be sharing personal information or images)

*being pro active in letting a parent/guardian or teacher know if something is not quite right.

7. Cultivate meaningful relationships:

Be open to and seek out relationships with faculty. A close relationship with a faculty member dramatically increases the odds of performing well.

We are always open to suggestions regarding the mode of classes / lectures and we welcome our students to provide feedback about the quality of the teaching or any other concerns they may have.

Wish you a happy and productive year ahead.


On behalf of Academic Board
Mrs Amongla