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Student Council Elections 2080

Members of the Student Council are elected annually by the students themselves. The election provides an opportunity for students to select their representatives who will be their voice for issues and concerns about student life.

Elected Positions

There are 22 positions in the Student Council that are filled through the annual elections.

Executive School Captains

  • Head Boy
  • Head Girl
  • Deputy Head Boy
  • Deputy Head Girl
  • Sports Captain – Boy
  • Sports Captain – Girl

House  Committee

  • Ruby House Captain
  • Ruby Vice Captain
  • Emerald House Captain
  • Emerald Vice Captain
  • Sapphire House Captain
  • Sapphire Vice Captain
  • Topaz House Captain
  • Topaz Vice Captain

Junior Prefect Committee

  • Ruby House Prefect – Boy
  • Ruby House Prefect – Girl
  • Emerald House Prefect – Boy
  • Emerald House Prefect – Girl
  • Sapphire House Prefect – Boy
  • Sapphire House Prefect – Girl
  • Topaz House Prefect – Boy
  • Topaz House Prefect – Girl

Nominations

Nominations were made by the election committee, where students received a form with criterias and job descriptions where they could nominate themselves. Nominations were verified by the Election committee {EC} and successful nominees were notified by the class teachers.

Students could nominate themselves to run for a post in the Student Council given that they fulfill the following general eligibility criteria:

  • be a full-time student with a minimum of 2 years in school
  • Must have achieved a minimum grade of B in the final assessment of the previous year
  • be free from any violation of the Student Code of Conduct policy
  • be able to serve one complete year in the post

General Code of Conduct

The General Code of Conduct that were required by candidates and concerned person were as follows:

  • Candidates should follow norms and values of the school.
  • Any activity shall not be conducted or cause to be conducted in a manner that incites hatred or enmity among religions, religious communities, castes, tribes, genders, languages, classes, regions or communities.
  • No criticism shall be made by causing harm to the private life of the candidates and members of any houses.
  • No one shall solicit votes or carry out or cause to be carried out campaigning in a way that incites communal feelings;
  • No act shall be done or cause to be done or incitement shall be made to commit such acts that deem to be election related offenses under the prevailing laws;
  • No cash and commodity shall be distributed or cause to be distributed; no party shall be held or cause to be held;
  • No election campaign shall be carried out or cause to be carried out in a way that undermines the feelings or character of women.
  • No procession or mass meeting, rally, assembly, gathering or campaign shall be organized or cause to be organized at the time and place prohibited in accordance with prevailing laws.
  • Candidates are not allowed to use any social media for criticizing late speech.
  • Silence period means a period of 48 hrs before polling station on the day of polling.
  • Concerned persons are the candidates involved in election campaigns on behalf of beared houses. Terms also include electoral representatives.

 

  • Electoral Roll

All the students from Grade IV to IX have the right to vote. The school authority regularly updated the voter’s list every year.

 

  • Voter’s identity card

Students will use Bus Pass and walker cards to vote in an election. The voter’s identity card contains the name, address and grade of the voters, which helps to identify bona fide voters and one cannot vote in another’s name.

 

  • Polling Centre

The venue where the voters assemble to vote on Election Day is called the polling center. The School will decide on four  polling centers within the school premises.

 

ELECTION COMMITTEE

Election officer- Sudip Adhikari

Member- Sabina Shrestha

Member- Pravin Kharga

Election Volunteers- Diwas Khatiwada

Election Committee with their roles and responsibilities

  • Election Administration

The election official/election administrator checks voter eligibility, manages the electoral roll and is responsible for voter communication.  They are also responsible for announcing the electoral results.

They are responsible for the authentication of eligible voters. In  addition, he or she documents the voting process to ensure nobody votes twice. He also documents the counting of votes and draws up the final record of votes.

  • Election  Volunteers 

Election assessors serve as election volunteers and hand out ballot papers. They supervise proceedings at the polling stations and at the voting booths. Additionally, they conduct the counting of votes.

Kindly go through the election map and the job allocation:

Election Day-  29th Baishakh, Friday

Election timing – 10 am to 1pm

Voters Schedule- Grade 4, 5 and 6

Grade 7,8 and 9

Investiture- 5th Jestha, Friday, Morning Assembly

Final vote results – 1st Jestha, Monday

Polling booths  and Ballot boxes –  House wise

 

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