To maintain the standard and for effective and efficient functioning, RSK is divided into five units:
The Main School : Std. IX to XII
The Junior School : Std. VI to VIII
Primary School ‘C’ Sector : Std.II to Std.V
Primary School ‘A’ Sector : K.G.I to Std.I
Primary School ‘B’ Sector : K.G.I to Std.I
Primary School ‘K’ Sector : K.G.I to K.G.II
Primary School ‘E’ Sector : K.G.I to K.G.II
All the units function under the same Principal / Vice – Principals
Principal : Mr. C. Jayaraj
Headmistress (C – Sector):
Co-ordinator (B – Sector):
Co-ordinator (A – Sector):
Co-ordinator (K – Sector):
RSK believes in shaping the HOLISTIC DEVELOPMENT of the students’ personality by maintaining the right balance between tradition and modernity, with a judicious blend of – “the Head, the Heart and the Hands”.
About Us & Why We are
The Best For the School
R.S.K. Higher Secondary School, initially christened as Boiler Plant Higher Secondary School, is named after the first General Manager of BHEL, the dynamic and far-sighted, late Mr. R.S. Krishnan. It came into being with Rev. Bro. Camillus, a Montfort Brother of St. Gabriel, as founder – Principal, in January 1964, with a small group of students. Today, it cradles more than 5000 students on its roll and 160 staff members. The cherished dream of late R.S. Krishnan is being realized in full measure, making a heaven for children to excel themselves in intellectual, physical, cultural and spiritual pursuits.
R.S.K. Higher Secondary School was managed by the Montfort Brothers of St. Gabriel, from January 1964 till April 2006. In May 2006, BHEL, Trichy, then entered into a contract with the Global Indian Education Foundation, Singapore, which managed the school till April 2011. From June 2011 to May 2016 the School was managed by Dr. K.K.R’s Gowtham Concept Schools, a pioneer group of Educational Society from Andhra Pradesh.With effect from September 2016, the School is being managed by Pavai Varam Educational Trust, Rasipuram till May 2021.
RSK believes in shaping the HOLISTIC DEVELOPMENT of the students’ personality by maintaining the right balance between tradition and modernity, with a judicious blend of “the Head, the Heart and the Hands”.
The school forwards students for the All India Secondary School Examination (X CBSE) and the All India Senior School Certificate Examination (XII CBSE).
Every student is expected to put in 75% of attendance for the year to be eligible for promotion. No student should absent himself / herself without prior permission from the Class Teacher. If a student goes on leave for more than 3 days, the leave letter should be submitted to the Principal.
Parents should ensure that their ward/s attend the school regularly, wearing the prescribed uniform. Absenteeism during the Monthly Tests and Terminal Exams will not be condoned. If a student is absent for the Monthly Test or Terminal Exams that will affect his / her Promotion.
KG – I – 8.45 a.m. to 11.30 a.m. (Morning Shift)
1.10 p.m. to 3.10 p.m. (Afternoon Shift)
KG – II – 8.45 a.m. to 3.20 p.m.
I to X – 8.45 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.
XI – 8.45 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.
XII – 8.45 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.
The following actions will be taken against the students who do not adhere to the Rules and Regulations given.
Step 1: Two oral warnings for which a written apology needs to be given by the student.
Step 2: A written letter of apology assuring that the student will behave properly in future will be obtained from the parent.
Step 3: Suspension for five days which will be noted in the Transfer Certificate.
Step 4: Dismissal (The Principal will suspend / dismiss the student if it is necessary for the Situation)
Note: For breaking of school property and furniture (Chairs, Tables Window – Panes etc.,) fine will be collected for the breakage
FEES FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2021-22
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BHEL Township, Kailasapuram,
Tiruchirappalli – 620 014.
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