The St. Jude’s Global School is not a profit oriented institution. Our policy on fees has been established to ensure smooth functioning of the school and to meet the expenses for your child’s educational needs. Please refer to Guidelines on Fees to know the fees for the current academic year and the payment due dates.
All fees and dues shall be paid in advance, before 5th of every month or within 5 days from the due dates mentioned in the Guideline.
A late fees of Rs.50/- is payable for fees paid after 5 days. If the fees are not paid in full within 10 days from the due date, a fine of Rs.100/- will be collected.
If the fee is not paid before last day of the month, name of defaulters shall be removed from the Rolls on the first working day of the following month and a re-admission fee of Rs.300/- will be charged.
Parents shall obtain signed receipts for all remittances made to the school and obtain the Green Cards (No dues certificates). The Green cards shall be produced to the class teacher to obtain permission for participating in the school events, class assessments, etc.
Parents are advised not to send any fees with their wards.
Parents are encouraged to use the e-FEE system to pay the fees directly to the prescribed Bank account and send copy of the fees remittance slip by email or with their ward to the class teacher.
Transfer Certificate or any other certificates will not be issued unless all fees and fines are settled in full.
Caution deposits, will not be refunded, under any circumstance, without producing the receipt for the same. To make good the damages done by mystery students, 50% of the caution deposit will be deducted from the caution deposit at the time of issue of TC.
Parents shall keep the fees receipts in safe custody and produce them, when required by the school Principal. No copies of receipts shall be issued from the office for any reasons.
Parents who wish to obtain Annual Fee Certificate for IT purpose shall submit application with full information at least 2 weeks in advance.
Fees once paid shall not be refunded under any circumstance.
Additional Charges and Contributions
The school believes in the value of co-curricular activities and their importance for the wholesome development of the children. Accordingly pupils are provided with maximum possible opportunities during the EDP. Participation in minimum 3 activities from the list of co-curricular activities is compulsory for all the students.
Additional charges will be levied for item of expenses that are not included in the school budget provisions, including but not limited to the following.
Trips and Activities (to cover cost of travel, entrance fees and any other activities).
Extended Day Programmes, co-curricular activities, annual arts and sports competitions etc.
Events and examination fees, enrolment and registration charges and expenses including travel to the institutions where the exam or event is conducted.
Statutory contributions and fees to be paid by the school
Parents may be required to make a contribution towards the cost of repair or replacement of school equipment or books damaged or lost by their child. This will be dependent on the nature and cost of the damage.
The school as a policy will not permit to exclude any pupil from attending a programme/activity/tour meant for the benefit of all students. Parents will be informed by letter, about such programme or activity, its educational value (where appropriate) and the cost involved, so that the activity takes place without compromising on quality. In case of parent’s inability to pay the amount for such events on time for any financial reason, school may pay from its funds, to help the student participate in the programme. Such parents will be allowed to pay in convenient instalments and this can be requested in writing to the principal, in the strictest confidence.