Atul Vidyalaya is managed by a Board of Trustees, comprising representatives of Atul Ltd and renowned educationists. The Board is headed by the Chairman and the Managing Trustee who oversee the day-to-day activities. The educationists on the Board advise and guide the management in matters of infrastructure, staff development and curriculum.
|Sr. No.||Name||Occupation||Office held with association
|1||Mr. Sharat Tripathi||Service||Chairman
|2||Dr. R. Vishnoi||Consultant||Managing Trustee
|3||Mr. B. M. Trivedi||Service||Trustee
|4||Mr. Vivek Gadre||Service||Trustee
|5||Prof. Mukund Dixit||Educationalist||Trustee
|6||Ms. Swati S. Lalbhai||Business||Trustee
|7||Mr. Lalit Patni||Service||Trustee
Atul Vidyalaya has student strength of over 900 and classes from Pre-Primary to XII standard. The school comprises a team of well highly qualified teachers, an excellent infrastructure and an ambience conducive to learning. In order to ensure individual attention, the maximum number of students in a section has been limited to 32.
The school is affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE), New Delhi. Students of 9 & 10 appear for the ICSE (Indian Certificate of Secondary Education). Students of 11 & 12 appear for the ISC (Indian School Certificate).
For the purpose of imparting the best possible education, the school has been divided into 4 academic stages:
- Pre-Primary – Nursery, Junior KG & Senior KG
- Primary – Classes 1 to 4
- Middle – Classes 5 to 8
- Secondary – Classes 9 to 12
Bearing in mind that every student is developmentally different in each stage of school, the academic policies and processes are different at each stage. Details of the academic policy for each stage are available in-depth elsewhere.
Each stage is called a Cluster, and this is headed by a Cluster Coordinator, who has a lot of autonomy in implementing policies and procedures.
The school has adopted a consultative and participative style of management. It has a decentralized and delegated management structure.
takes the major policy decisions in consultation with the School Administrative Committee.
The Student Counsellor
assists the Cluster Coordinators in the design and follow-up of support programmes for academically weak students and those with Learning disabilities. She also counsels students with behavioural problems and interacts with parents when necessary.
The Academic Supervisor
is wholly responsible for the implementation of the policy decisions with respect to academic issues of the entire school; setting up of various remediation programs, monitoring results and identifying staff training programmes.
The Cluster Coordinators
are wholly responsible for the implementation of the policy decisions with respect to administrative and disciplinary issues in their respective clusters. Teachers should take up all relevant issues with their Cluster Coordinator.
assist the Academic Supervisor in ensuring a high quality in the transaction of the curriculum, instruction and assessment in their respective subjects.
will be the link between the students of a class and the other teachers, Cluster Coordinators and the Principal.