The Management Committee of Ambari Vidya Mandir plays a crucial role in the effective functioning of the school, ensuring compliance with CBSE guidelines and fostering the overall development of the institution.

Here's an overview of the key responsibilities and powers of the Management Committee:

  • Supervision of School Activities :

    The committee is empowered to supervise the activities of the school to ensure smooth functioning.

  • Admission Policy :

    While working according to specific directions given by the Society, the committee ensures that admissions are based on merit without any discrimination based on caste, creed, religion, or region.

  • Welfare of Teachers and Employees :

    It is responsible for looking into the welfare of teachers and other employees of the school.

  • Development Programs :

    The committee formulates both short-term and long-term programs aimed at improving the school, including multi-level teaching strategies in the classroom.

  • Appointment of Staff :

    It has the authority to make appointments for both teaching and non-teaching staff.

  • Financial Powers :

    The committee exercises financial powers beyond those delegated to the Principal, operating within the budgetary provisions of the school.

  • Academic Programs and Progress :

    It evaluates the academic programs and progress of the school while respecting the academic freedom of the Principal.

  • Discipline :

    The committee guides the Principal in maintaining a conducive tone and discipline within the school.

  • Compliance with Norms :

    It ensures strict adherence to the norms given in the State Act and by the CBSE regarding terms and conditions of service and other rules governing recognition/affiliation.

  • Infrastructure and Resources :

    The committee ensures that the school receives adequate furniture, science equipment, library books, teaching aids, and sports materials in a timely manner.

  • Disciplinary Action :

    It holds the power to take disciplinary action against staff members.

  • Leave Sanction :

    The committee is authorized to sanction leave to the Head of the Institution, including casual leave.

  • Prevention of Irregularities :

    It ensures that no financial irregularities occur and that proper procedures are followed in admissions and examinations.

  • Fees and Budget :

    The committee has the authority to propose tuition fees, annual charges, and review the school’s budget, forwarding it to the Society for approval.

  • Meeting Frequency :

    The Managing Committee convenes at least twice in an academic session to discuss and address relevant matters related to the school’s administration and development.