Notice for counseling for Provisional Admission internal students for the session-2017-18 | Admissions 2017 - Let us sacrifice our today so that our children can have a better tomorrow. | Summer Camp 2017

Air Conditioned Napping and Sleeping

  • Infants / Toddlers under any age group who remain for five or more hours at the Day Care Center must have the opportunity to rest or nap.
  • Infants must sleep in safe, sturdy, freestanding cribs or portable cribs.
  • Toddlers may use either stacking cots or full-size cribs.
  • Staff must be awake at all times, and in the sleeping area whenever children are sleeping.
  • The mattress/sheets used should be cleaned regularly and should be free from dust, stains & mites

Physical Space

  • Infants and toddlers must be housed and cared for at ground level unless special approval has been granted for Ground plus one floor by the parent.
  • Indoor space must provide a safe, comfortable environment for the children. Floors and floor coverings must be washable and free from drafts and dampness. Sufficient ventilation must be provided.
  • It is the responsibility of the Day Care Center Management to ensure that all areas accessed by children are maintained hygienically by regularly undertaking Pest Control and Cleaning activities. A daily record of cleaning activities must be maintained.
  • Toilets and lavatories must be readily accessible to the children.
  • Hazardous items must be inaccessible to children.
  • The DG area must be maintained as per legal requirements.
  • All electrical wires must be dressed properly.
  • Exits must be unlocked and clear of equipment and debris.
  • Consumption of alcohol or the use of tobacco products in any form is prohibited in the child care center or in the presence of children while on the play ground or on trips away from the center.
  • Play materials must be durable and free from hazardous characteristics.
  • All play items should be free from harmful substances like lead, paints, plastic that are not of good quality.
  • All furniture accessible to children should be sturdy with rounded edges and of a size appropriate to children
  • The facility must be cleaned daily and kept in sanitary condition at all times.
  • First-aid kits must be maintained and readily available for use.
  • Fire extinguishers must be available and all teachers and staff must be trained in the use of extinguishers.
  • Children who cannot turn over alone must be placed on their sides or backs.
  • The facility must have a clearly defined diaper changing area with the procedures for changing diapers clearly posted. A hand-washing sink must be accessible for hand washing.
  • Staff changing diapers must wash their hands and the child’s hands with soap and running water after diapering.
  • Information about feeding, elimination and other important information must be recorded in writing and made available to parents when the child is picked up at the end of the day.