General information

General Information

Mother Teresa Mission Higher Secondary School, Kanpur, is a Private, Minority, Non-Aided Educational Institution run by the Mother Teresa Mission Society.

The school is a PG to Class XII Educational Institution. The school is affiliated to the CISCE Examination Board.

Admissions are made to following classes during the academic year:-

  1. PG (Children of age 21/2¼ to 4 years)
  2. Any change in the address or telephone number must be informed immediately to the fee office.
  3. LKG (Children of age 4 to 5 years)
  4. UKG (Children of age 5 to 6 years)


  1. All registration forms are to be duly filled and submitted to the school, with relevant documents as per the schedule given.
  2. Late submission of application forms will not be entertained.
  3. Girls are not permitted to wear bangles, fancy clips and jewellery items to school. They should not apply nail-polish or henna. Only white hair bands and rubber bands are to be used.
  4. Registration forms will be submitted by candidates selected for admission, with the required receipt of fees paid and all necessary documents by the date and time specified. Admission forms submitted thereafter for whatever reason shall not be entertained.

  5. The selection for admission of students will be cancelled if
    • Admission forms are submitted with incomplete information and documents.
    • . Non-payment of fees may lead to cancellation of admission.
    • . Admission forms not submitted within the date and time specified.


There shall be a Selection List of candidates selected for admissions. The said list shall be displayed on the bulletin board at the school gate on the next working day of the entrance examination. Admission should be taken within three working days otherwise the seat shall be allotted to the next candidate. Please refer to the section all Registration and Admission Procedure given overleaf.


The Principal's decision in matters of admission is final. No person is authorised to seek admission on behalf of a child of whom he / she is not the legal guardian. Parents and Guardians are not to trust or believe in any person from the school or outside who claims to have influence on the selection of students for admission.


Principal | Vice Principal | Headmistress

The parents may have an meeting with the Principal on working days between 1pm to 2 pm.

throughout the year, with prior appointments. Teachers will be available to discuss with parents the progress of their ward on PTM days

However, in exceptional case, parent may be allowed to discuss the progress of their wards with the concerned teacher after obtaining permission from the principal.


Day to day care of the students is primarily the responsibility of the class teacher. Needless to say, we care for the children to the best of our ability and therefore ask co-operation on the following points:

Discipline: We aim to develop in pupils a sense of self discipline and an acceptable degree of responsibility for the child's own actions. We want to maintain the conditions for an orderly students' fraternity in which effective learning can take place and where there is mutual respect between all members and proper concern for the environment.

Accidents: It is essential that we have up-to-date telephone numbers where you can be contacted during the day should your child be taken ill or meets an accident.

First Aid: Minor bumps, cuts and grazes are treated appropriately as and when they occur.

Medicines: Staff does not administer medicines for short-term illnesses. You are also requested to bring to the attention of the school, children who suffer from asthma, epilepsy, hay-fever or any long-term condition, etc.

Appointments: The Principal will always be happy to see you to discuss your child's progress or any problems/queries you may have. It would be helpful if an appointment is made so that we can ensure adequate time is allocated.



All students have the right to a safe and enjoyable journey between home and school. In the morning pleasant trip to school can set the tone for a day of productive learning. The school provides bus and van facility to ensure safety, comfort and punctuality to and fro school. Our buses and vans fulfil all safety norms and are tracked with the help of GPS.

We discourage the use of private vans to commute students to school. It is the responsibility of parents to check the road worthiness of the vehicle, whether the vehicle has been given the required permissions to ply, that the driver is a responsible person and is duly licensed. Since this arrangement has been made privately between the parents and the owner of the van, the school can bear no responsibility regarding the care and safety of the students in such vehicles. However, parents are hereby advised to keep accurate details of the private vehicle and driver and forward the same to the local police for verification and information.

Parents are also solely responsible for their children walking to school or coming to school by public transport. Please note that the school does not permit students to drive themselves to school on motorised vehicles - no permission will be given for students to do so.

All parents are to submit the details as per the prescribed forms issued by the school regarding conveyance to and from school. It is the parent's responsibility to inform the school in writing of any change to the details given.