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About Deva Matha Central School

Creating Dreamers, Achievers and Winners

Our Affiliation Number : 830076
School Number : 06426

Deva Matha Central School (DMCS) is a day school of repute set amidst the serenity and tranquility of the Garden City of Bangalore, the IT Capital of India.

Read more: About Devamath Central School

The aims and objectives of the school are not merely academic education but to develop one’s talent, mental, physical, spiritual, moral and intellectual abilities through formal and informal courses which stress on character building. The importance is given to the development of personal qualities of integrity and courage and steadfastness to principles.

We aim on preparing students to face the situations, respect each other as individuals and also contribute their share towards building a better Nation and become a good citizen.


    • The medium of instruction is English and the school caters to students of all communities, religions and linguistic backgrounds.
    • Students must report to school before the first bell at 8:15 am on working days and must attend the assembly without fail.
    • Consideration is given to only those who are ill or had an injury and thus cannot stand for the assembly.Students must follow proper uniform code and avoid wearing fancy items on working days.
    • Long leave or break from the school must be avoided thus keeping the attendance above 80% for the academic year. Attendance on the re-opening days after the vacation periods is compulsory. Leave can be availed by producing appropriate letter from the parent with valid reason or medical report in case of illness.
    • School fees and any other payment as prescribed by the school should be paid before the due date to avoid inconvenience later.
    • School uniform is compulsory on all working days and at all school functions except Birthdays.
    • No mobile phones will be encouraged to be carried by the students. Higher class students can use it provided they hand it over to the class-teacher in the morning and take it back before going back home. (This is only for their safety outside the school and should not be misused. School will not take any responsibility for the inappropriate use of the phones outside the campus given to the students by their parents)
    • Parents should follow school timings to meet the teachers and should use the school diary generously to communicate.
    • Parents should adhere to the terms and conditions with respect to their wards’ assignments and completion of home-work.
    • Every student should take care of school property with utmost care. Any damage to the school property or buildings, breaking of class furniture or lab equipment or loss of library books, defacing of the school properties will be dealt seriously.
    • No personal items (play-items,books, magazines, gadgets etc.) should be brought to school without prior permission to do so.

      The school reserves the right to cancel or modify any of the standing rules and enforce new rules from time to time.
    • Ignorance of rules will not be considered as an excuse.

We have an excellent pedigree of teachers who have hands-on experience in teaching for more than a decade.

They are qualified and trained for the present generation teaching methodologies - instated and refurbished by the school. They confer lectures/discourses and prepare worksheets suitable for the students, based on their ability and learning capabilities. They undergo periodic orientation programmes and are abreast with the modern developments happening in contemporary education. They are rigourously trained in workshops/seminars on how to manage classroom behaviour and keep a transparent relationship with parents- informing them about their ward’s progress and peer-interaction, on a regular basis.

Our School believes in holistic development of a child and caters to multi-faceted activities/events throughout the academic year. We have a plethora of events and activities lined up all throughout the year, right from June till February- for all age groups. Children are encouraged and given equal opportunities to participate in any event they are interested.

Following are the various events conducted in the school as Competitions or Activities/Events


  • School Assembly (Conducted Class-wise)
  • Annual School Activities ( Eg. World Environment Day, World Literacy Day etc.)
  • Annual Day
  • Sports Day
  • Recitation
  • Dance
  • Music
  • Spell Bee
  • Quiz
  • Debate
  • Drawing
  • Vegetable Carving
  • Flower arrangement
  • Rangoli
  • Big Picture
  • Hobby Collection
  • Chess & Carrom
  • Pictograph
  • Greeting Card Making


  • Green Day
  • Singing
  • Colouring
  • Memory
  • Tri-Colour Day
  • Pencil Sketching
  • Fancy Dress
  • Fruits Day
  • Story Telling
  • Ethnic Day
  • Vegetable / Sprouts Day
  • Rainbow Day
  • Snow Day
  • Chocolate Day
  • Friendship Day
  • Sharing Day
  • Market Day
  • Grandparents Day
  • Party Day
  • In-house Magazine
  • School Portal
  • Well-equipped Labs
  • Resourceful Library
  • Playgroup (Kinderfun)
  • Smart boards
  • Audio-Visual Rooms
  • Basket-ball Court
  • Excellent Sports Coaching
  • Dance Classes
  • Yoga Classes
  • Taekwondo Classes
  • Music Classes
  • Mentoring Classes
  • NIE Classes (New In Education)
  • Good canteen (Hot Food supply)
  • In-house Photo-Copying Facility
  • Helpful Reception
  • Welfare Desk
  • Transportation


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Deva Matha Central School

Deva Matha Education Society Regd. Office,
HRBR, Horamavu, Banaswadi, Bangalore -560 043
Tel: 91-80 25458180 / 080-65478141 Fax: 91-80-25451045
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Deva Matha Central School

Vidyaranyapura, Bangalore -560 097

Ph: 91-80 -23643752, 080-65478145
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GENERAL Discipline

  • To be regular and punctual.
  • Courteous and walk in a line in all areas of the school.
  • Do not use inappropriate words.
  • Do not cause damage to school properties.
  • Do not physically hurt another child.
  • Should have good social behaviour during field trips, school trips, school events, etc.
  • Should not leave class without permission.
  • Hair should be cut properly and combed.
  • Nails should be cut regularly.
  • Shirts should be buttoned and tucked.
  • Should not talk during the assembly and prayer.
  • Talk softly while walking in the corridors.
  • Should not eat in the corridors unless told to do so.
  • Wishing teachers or guests or senior students courteously.
  • Should not fight or push in the corridors.

CLASS ROOM Etiquette

  • Students should maintain good class-room manners, when in class.
  • Should not talk or trouble when the class is in progress.
  • Should not physically or mentally hurt class-mates or teachers.
  • Try and complete the given work on time and submit when required.
  • Participate actively in the class events and any programs conducted by the class.
  • Be punctual and maintain good relation with the fellow class-mates.
  • Keep the teachers informed about the class happenings, should not conduct any activities without the knowledge of the class teacher.
  • Should follow all class-room rules applicable for the sessions.


  • Should maintain SILENCE when sitting in the library.
  • Should use the resources fairly and handle the books neatly.
  • Should not crowd while taking books.
  • Should produce the library card to access or take the books on rent.
  • Should return the book in the same condition as it was taken.
  • Should return the book borrowed on time (within 1 week) or fine will be applicable (will not be able to borrow any books for the next 15 days).
  • Should not cause damage to the library items or properties.
  • Should take care of the library properties and inform the librarian of any misuse of the property.


  • School transport is facilitated for the students’ benefit and safety.
  • This facility has to be used in a proper manner, so that it runs smoothly.
  • Students availing this facility should follow transport rules and regulations strictly.
  • Transport fees have to be paid in advance This payment is done half-yearly or yearly.
  • Transport facility can be obtained only if the school buses are plying in that route.
  • Buses cannot take improper deviations for the convenience of the parents, of the students travelling in the bus.
  • Students should be present on time at the pick points and not make the bus wait for them.
  • Students should maintain proper behaviour when seated in the bus, when travelling.
  • Students or parents having complaints regarding any issue with the buses or the drivers or the helpers should inform the transport head in the office to resolve the same and not take the issue in hand.
  • School is providing this facility for the benefit of parents and students hence, please bear in mind that it is our responsibility to keep it running smoothly and safely.
  • Details regarding the pick and drop points should be obtained from the transport department well before availing this facility to ensure hassle free journey.
  • Any delay in buses plying on the daily routes will be informed by sms to the parents concerned on that day.


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