CARMEL INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL The Carmel International School is under the management of the CMI(Carmelites of Mary Imaculate) Fathers of Preshitha province,Coimbatore.

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CARMEL INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL  The Carmel International School is under the management of the CMI(Carmelites of Mary Imaculate) Fathers of Preshitha province,Coimbatore.


The Carmel International School is under the management of the CMI(Carmelites of Mary Imaculate) Fathers of Preshitha province,Coimbatore.

Karapalli to Jonabanda Road, Onnalvadi P.O., Hosur, Tamil Nadu, 635109


+91-98944 42734


About Our School

Our School

The Carmel Educational and Charitable Trust, Hosur, was setup with the purpose of providing quality education and charitable activities without profit motives. The school believes that each child is unique and special and is blessed with immense potential. The endeavour is to guide each child as he/she charters a route to happiness and excellence. The school makes a concerted effort to ensure that as the students set out on this exciting voyage of discovery, they enjoy every moment of their innocence and appreciate the power of inner strength.

Our Vision and Mission

To pursue the goals of all round development of the students and society based on the gospel values. To nurture the ground for an individual’s holistic development –in making effective contribution to the society, in a dynamic way

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Our school is especially committed to promoting creative opportunities for children. School is assisting with these activities in school and helping young people to foster their interest in creative subjects that can broaden their horizons in the future.

Best Of Our School

Excellence in Education

The concept of excellence can be hard to define. Quite often we know it when we see it, but have trouble articulating how it can be achieved. As a parent, it is important to be able to define and recognize excellence when you are choosing a school for your child.

Student Centered

To be truly effective, a principal create a system of core values that the entire faculties shares. A common theme to each of the core values is a student-centered view of education.


Teamwork in a classroom teaches students the fundamental skills associated with working as a collective unit toward a common goal. This teaches time management, resource allocation and communication skills.

Well-organized environment

One excellent way to support better learning in school is to provide the students with a clean and well-organized environment where they can develop their skills and increase their knowledge.

Safe learning environment

An effective school is a place where students feel safe, physically and emotionally. It is a supportive community where the teachers and students collaborate and focus on achieving better learning.

Equipment and facilities

Giving students access to powerful educational tools and facilities, such as computers, laboratories and libraries deepens their knowledge and further improves their logical and cognitive skills.


Our Patroness:

Carmel International School was established in the year 2009 and is run by the Catholic Fathers of the CMI congregation. The congregation was founded by Fr. Kuriakose Elias Chavara in 1831 at Mannanam near Kottayam and is the first and the largest indigenous congregation for men in the Catholic society. CMI Educational Society is one of the largest, single educational agencies in India having several hundreds of educational institutions spread over the sub-continent. It is open to all, irrespective of caste and creed.


Blessed Chavara Kuriakose Elias

Our Founder, Bl.Kuriakose Elias Chavara was born at kainakary, in Kerala. He laid the foundation for all the modern and progressive fields of activities to which the congregation is committed at present. Having been a great visionary and committed at present. Having been a great visionary and a saintly priest, he lived a life of prayer and commitment to the society. He was also a great social reformer, a great orator, an administrator and ventured into many humanitarian activities in his life-time. He is the forerunner in the field of education in Kerala.It is from his life of adventure, we draw the inspiration to carry on the task of imparting wisdom to the generations to come.


Our mission is “To nurture a ground for an individual’s holistic development in making effective contribution to the society, in a dynamic way”.


The vision of the school, following the footsteps of our founder, is “To pursue the goals of an all-round development of the students and the society based on the Gospel Values”. It aims at forming leaders who are intellectually competent, spiritually mature, morally upright, psychologically integrated. Our educational institutions, both general and professional, are primary communities of love and truth, where young minds are trained to seek wisdom and knowledge. All God given talents are discovered and nurtured.


The motto of our school is

“Empower to Excel”.

E-Evolvement of


C-Creativity to equip one to

E-Explore in an extra ordinary and

L-Luminous way making a

L-Landmark in the field of history

E-Establishing a

N-Novelty of one’s own and achieve a high

C-Caliber to appear with bright and

E-Enlightening life.

Marks the word Excellence and for this we empower every o


The school takes a holistic approach in facilitating the transformational experience of each student helping them contextualize themselves in the world and learn the meaning of life. The trust comprising of eminent members of the CMI congregation is the backbone of the school.

Greetings and Welcome you to our school website.

Carmel International School, aims to create a supportive and inclusive environment where gifted and talented students are encouraged to explore their potential and achieve their personal best in all aspects of school life. Students will be challenged and engaged through authentic learning opportunities that inspire them to develop creativity, confidence and resilience to become independent and ethical life long leaners.

We offer a broad curriculum and a range of opportunities for all our students to achieve excellence in academic, creative, social, cultural, sporting and community endeavours. We value collaborative learning, positive relationships and building capacity amongst our students to effectively allow them to engage in the world of the future, where problem solving evaluating, working in teams, communicating, creating and innovating are not only valued concepts, but expected skills attributes and capabilities.

We encourage our students to develop respectful relationships with their peers, teachers and the broader community. We instill in our students a keen social conscience and the capacity to make ethical decisions. We work hard to develop and sustain productive partneships and connections withour parents, local schools and businesses and leading tertiary institutions. We are proud to be a high performing school and aim to be the selective school of first choice for all families within our community.

Our Curriculum

The school follows ICSE syllabus.The objective of the curriculum is to fully develop the student’s individual potentialities and innate talents.The medium of instruction is English.Tamil,kannada and Hindi are also included in the curriculum.


Evaluation and Promotion

No child will be promoted to higher class until he/she qualifies to get promotion.

Hall tickets will be issued to the students who have cleared their dues atleast a week before the examination.

Those who secure 40% in all subjects will be eligible to secure a rank.


O – Outstanding 90% to 100 %

A + – Excellent 80 % to 89 %

A – Very good 70 % to 79 %

B+ – Good 60 % to 69 %

B – Average 50 % to 59 %

C+ – Fair 40 % to 49 %

C – Poor Below 40%

Terminal Examination

Terminal –I September

Terminal – II March

Unit Tests

Unit Test-I August

Unit test –II December

Assessment Tests- July, Nov, Feb


Thanks for your interest in Carmel International school

Admission to the school is restricted by certain policies of the management and by the condition of age,ability and conduct.

Please contact us for Admission

School Anthem

Most loving mother carmel

You are the source of us

Guide,the wisdom and the path

Be,the beacon of us

Cho. Carmelites,we the Carmelites

Believe in the power of God in ourselves

Carmelites,We the Carmelites

Believe in the power of God in Ourselves.

That We shall be the messengers of truth,

Justice and fraternity and universal love.

That we shall be the messengers of truth,

Justice and fraternity and universal love.

We invoke in your name for God’s grace

To eradicate the darkness of ignorance

We invoke in your name for god’s grace

To eradicate the darkness of ignorance

By lighting the lamp of true wisdom

And filling the oil of peace in the world.

Cho. Carmelites,we the Carmelites

Believe in the power of God in ourselves

Carmelites,We the Carmelites

Believe in the power of God in Ourselves.


(The Lord Bless Thee)(2)

And keep thee

(And keep thee)

The Lord make his face to shine upon thee

And be gracious unto thee

(And be gracious unto thee)

The lord lift up (2)

His countenance

(His countenance)

Upon thee and give thee peace

Code of conduct


 ·         Admission to the school is restricted by certain policies of the management and by the condition of age,ability and conduct.


 ·         Maintain a minimum of 90% attendance

·         Produce a Doctor certificate for absence due to sickness for more than 3 days

·         Absence of a student on an examination day will be considered as leave and they will not be able to re-write the examination.

Speech/Spoken skills

 ·         Be polite,Courteous and respectful while communicating with teachers, friends and visitors

·         Abusive language,bullying and harassment are banned.

Uniform Dress code

 ·         On all week days boys have to use Red checked shirts with half sleeves and black shorts or pants.(Pants are compulsory for boys from Grade VI onwards.For classes upto Grade V only shorts are allowed.

·         Pink half sleeve shirts with Red checked pinafore for Girls.

·         Belt with School emblem.

·         Tie

·         School Badge

·         Black shoes and black socks for boys & black buckle cut shoe and black socks for girls.

·         KG students those who use sweaters must wear only plain bright red and students of std I to IX must wear only plain black.

·         Blazer is compulsory for all students on all Mondays and important days.

·         A red checked waist coat for girls from grade VI onwards is compulsory.


·         Ensure that the uniform worn is as intimated.

·         Sports Uniform is to be worn every Wednesday.

·         Wear a fresh pair of socks everyday.

·         Avoid wearing expensive ornaments.School will not be responsible for any loss of the same.

·         Boys should have short hair cuts.

·         Girls should use only White ribbons.

·         Nails must be cut short and kept clean.


·         Maintain silence while walking in the corridors,moving up and down the stairs,inside the library,during the assembly and when special functions are held

·         Students should take care of their belongings.

·         Students are banned from bringing cellular phones or any other costly electronic things.

·         Be punctual in attending assemblies,reaching classes,Completion and submission of CW & HW.

·         Indulging in forgery/theft/Cheating /Copying is not allowed

·         Damaging the school/class/peer property is not allowed.

School Diary

·         Make effective use of school diary

·         Bring the school diary everyday

School bag/Homework

·         Carry light weight bags

·         Carry books and notebooks according to time table only.

·         Note down the homework properly,complete and submit on time.


 ·         Perfect silence and orderliness must be maintained within the library always.

·         The books will be issued only for duration of one week

·         Failure to return the book on the due date would entail the payment of fine(Rs.5/- per day)

·         In event of damage of the book,the student has to either reimburse the cost of the book or replace with a new book.

School Transport

 ·         Be punctual to bus stop to board the bus on time.

·         Do not stand in the moving bus and be always seated.

·         Do not quarrel and make noise.

·         Do not put your hands and head outside the window of the bus.

·         Do not get down in any other stop other than yours.

·         Students who cause damage to the bus will have to pay the penalty.

·         The school will not provide alternative transport facilities to students who miss the bus.

Grievance Redressal Committee

The Grievance Redressal Committee comprises of the Principal, senior faculties and a student representative. Any aggrieved student may make an application to the Principal at the Grievance Redressal Cell seeking redressal of grievance. The Grievance Redressal Cell shall receive the complaint and the Committee shall fix a date for hearing the complaint and communicate its decision within ten days of receipt of complaint. The Grievance Redressal Committee shall ensure disposal of every application as speedily as possible, and not later than a month of receipt of the grievance. On the conclusion of proceedings, the Committee shall pass such order, as may be deemed fit to redress the grievance and provide relief as may be desirable to the affected party at issue. In case of false or frivolous complaint, the Committee may take appropriate action against the complainant.


Objective: To provide a mechanism to students of the school to raise their grievances and to provide redressal for the same so that they have smooth tenure at the school from the day of admission till they leave school.

Definition: “Aggrieved student” means a student who has any complaint in the matters concerned with the grievances defined under these guidelines, and includes a person seeking admission to the

“Grievances”: Grievances include the following complaints of the aggrieved students, namely:

Making admission contrary to merit determined in accordance with the declared admission policy of the school;

Demand of money in excess of that specified in the declared admission policy or approved by the competent authority to be charged by the

Breach of the policy for reservation in admission as may be applicable

Complaints, of alleged discrimination of students, from the Scheduled Castes, the Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes, Women, Minority or Disabled categories;

Non payment or delay in payment of scholarships to any student that the school is

Delay in conduct of examinations or declaration of results beyond that specified in the academic calendar;

Non provision of student amenities as may have been promised or required to be provided by the school;

Denial of quality education as promised at the time of admission or required to be provided;

Non transparent or unfair evaluation practices;

Harassment and victimization of students, including sexual harassment;

POSCO committee

Members of Posco Committee: The present members of the complaints committee to deal with the complaints of sexual harassment in accordance with the guidelines laid down by the supreme court of India relating to sexual harassment of women workers at work places and students are as follows:

Committee Against Sexual Harassment

With regard to the Supreme Court Judgment and guidelines issued in 1997 to provide for the effective enforcement of the basic human right of gender equality and guarantee against sexual harassment and abuse, more particularly against sexual harassment at work places, the CBSE has issued circulars to all the institutions, advising them to establish a permanent cell and a committee and to develop guidelines to combat sexual harassment, violence against women. It has further advised the institutions to be proactive by developing a conducive atmosphere in the campus, where the status of woman is respected and they are treated with.


The objectives of the Committee are:

Prevent discrimination and sexual harassment against women, by promoting gender amity among students and employees;

Deal with cases of discrimination and sexual harassment against women, in a time bound manner, aiming at ensuring support services to the victimized and termination of the harassment;

Recommend appropriate punitive action against the guilty to the

Procedure for Approaching Committee:

The Committee deals with issues relating to sexual harassment at the Lisieux CMI Public School. It is applicable to all students, staff and faculty. A complaint of discrimination or sexual harassment may be lodged by the victim or a third party. A written complaint may be addressed to the Convener of the Committee. If the complaint is made to any of the Committee members, they may forward it to the Convener of the Committee against Sexual Harassment. Here it should be noted that according to the Supreme Court guideline Sexual harassment can be defined as “unwelcome” sexually determined behaviour (whether directly or by implication) as:

Physical contact and advances

Demand or request for sexual favours

Sexually coloured remarks

Showing derogatory picture

Other unwelcome physical, verbal or non-verbal conduct of a sexual

The following is also sexual harassment and is covered by the committee:


Unsavoury remarks,

Jokes causing or likely to cause awkwardness or embarrassment,

Innuendos and taunts,

Gender based insults or sexist remarks,

Touching or brushing against any part of the body and the like,

Displaying offensive or derogatory pictures, cartoons, pamphlets or sayings,

Forcible physical touch or molestation and

Physical confinement against one’s will and any other act likely to violate one’s

Procedure for dealing with complaints:

Filing of a complaint:

If any associate believes that she/he has been subjected to sexual harassment, such person may file a complaint with any member of the committee. The committee member on receiving a complaint will intimate the committee convenor. The committee convenor would arrange for a meeting within a week of receipt of the complaint for discussing the complaint raised.

Complaints must be brought within 30 working days of the incident of sexual harassment. Complaints brought after that time period will not be pursued except some extraordinary circumstances. The determination of whether the complaint was timely or whether extraordinary circumstances exist to extend the complaint period must be made in conjunction with the legal team. Every attempt will be made to get the complainant to provide the complaint in writing. The complaint shall include the circumstances giving rise to the complaint, the dates of the alleged occurrences and names of witnesses, if any. The complaint shall be signed by the complainant.

Process of Enquiry:

The committee will ask the complainant to prepare a detailed statement of incidents/ The statement of allegation will be shared with the accused.

The accused will be asked to prepare a response to the statement of allegations and submit to the committee within the given

The statement and other evidence obtained in the inquiry process will be considered

The committee will organize verbal hearings with the complainant and the

The committee will take testimonies of other relevant persons and review the evidence if necessary. The committee should ensure that sufficient care is taken to avoid any retaliation against the

During the enquiry process, the complainant and the accused would be expected to refrain from any form of threat, intimidation or influencing of witnesses.

The committee will arrive at a decision after carefully and fairly reviewing the circumstances, evidences and relevant

The committee will ensure confidentiality during the inquiry process and will ensure that in the course of investigation a complaint:

Both parties will be given reasonable opportunity to be heard along with witnesses and to produce any other relevant documents.

Upon completion of the investigation, both parties will be informed of the results of the

The committee will be empowered to do all things necessary to ensure a fair hearing of the complaint including all things necessary to ensure that victims or witnesses are neither victimized nor discriminated against while dealing with a complaint of sexual harassment.

In this regard the committee will also have the discretion to make appropriate interim recommendations in relation to an accused person depending the outcome of a complaint including suspension, transfer, leave, change of work location etc.

The investigation into a complaint will be conducted in such a way as to maintain confidentiality to the extent practicable under the

The committee will investigate and prepare an enquiry report with recommendation within 4 weeks of the complaint being

Decision and Action:

Once the investigation is completed, a determination will be made regarding the validity of the harassment allegation. If it is determined that harassment has occurred; prompt, remedial action will be taken. The committee will share the investigation details and the findings and agree on the applicable disciplinary action. This may include some or all of the following

Restore any lost terms, conditions or benefits of employment to the

Committee will take appropriate disciplinary action, up to, including termination against the accused. All related documents will be maintained in the associate’s folder, ensuring

This anti sexual harassment policy shall not, however, be used to raise malicious complaints. If a complaint has been made in bad faith, as demonstrated by clear and convincing evidence, disciplinary action which may include, termination will be taken against the person raising the complaint.

Policy Implementation and Review:

The policy will be implemented and reviewed by the committee. The school reserves the right to amend, abrogate, modify, rescind / reinstate the entire policy or any part of it at any time.

Extra curricular activities

Club Activities

In order to promote Social skills,Leadership skills,Sensitivity and Creativity the school has the following club activities for the students of grades VI to X.Parents should encourage their wards to participate actively in club activities.

Social and welfare clubs

Eco Club

Cyber Club

Math Club

Garden club

Art Club

Theatre club

Literary Club

Music Club

Extra curricular activities


Taek Wondo

Table Tennis

Shuttle Badminton


Instrumental Music



Annual Day celebration 

Annual day is celebrated every

Students will be provided with ample oppurtunities to stage the

An amount will be collected from each student towards the general expense of the annual

All students are expected to participate in it.



The members of the teaching faculty are well qualified, efficient Aand committed, whose prime aim is to make the children explore their potential and be innovative.


Every class has an interactive white board. Teaching – learning process becomes buds of kindergarten.


A Very spacious library, well equipped with a variety of books draws the attention of the students and teachers. E-book reading is another hallmark of the school.


We have a well-designed computer education right from Grade I.


Lab facilities are enhanced not only for Physics, Chemistry and Biology but also for English and Maths. Language lab provides programs that help in effective communication. Maths is also taught in a play way method.


Besides sharpening the intellect, the school also caters to the all-round development, including physical fitness and mental growth. Coaching

classes have been arranged by the professional coaches in cricket, table tennis, chess etc. Yoga is also conducted to develop their mental ability.


We identify the innate abilities dormant in children and vent them for exposure. We encourage the students to take part in the inter-school and inter-house competition.


Orientation programs are conducted for students to encourage, motive, mould and sharpen the students and inculcate the leadership quality in them. Workshops are conducted for teachers too.


As a part of the curriculum, the students must do projects related to their lessons, in all the subjects. The students shall make either a PPt or a model or a chart presentation of it.


Every year there will be a summer camp to provide the students the maximum opportunities to experiment and experience the scientific, historical, musical and sports avenues.


The swimming pool has division for the little kiddies too.


A furnished room, with an attached toilet, is provided for the students who feel sick during the school hours.


The school publishers a monthly magazine “CARMELITICS”. It is the mirror image of the school which reflects the caliber of our future scientists and leaders.


The management corresponds all the important events and essential information to the parents through SMS.


Bus will be provided to remote areas and various residential locations on a payment according to the distance and classes.


Robotics is an interdisciplinary branch of engineering and science that includes mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, computer science and others.It is taught to the students of Grade VI to IX.


Abacus course essentially teaches the children to become skilled in rapid mental mathematics with the help of abacus beads. It is taught to the students of Grade I to V.


The students learn the techniques of developing the correct articulation of a foreign language after overcoming the mother tongue influence.


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