Counseling Facilities  
Guidance and Counselling Cell
The school provides proper guidance and counselling to help children deal with their developmental requirements. The Cell works to ensure a smooth transition from each phase of child development and ensures that every Kulachian is a happy child. The school employs the services of special educators, counselors and child psychologist The school conducts the following:
  • Parental interviews to ascertain the exact nature of student’s problems.
  • Teacher interaction to ascertain the level of student’s achievements and basic skill development.
  • Social investigation to observe the student’s role and initiative in a variety of settings.
  • Individual counselling and group counselling to guide the students to be self-reliant.
  • Peer-training programmes.
  • Orientation, seminars and workshops for the teachers, parents and students.
  • Career- fairs, career guidance melas and workshops.
  • Identification of special needs cases and referring them for expert guidance.
  • Follow up of special needs children and providing them required facilities in the
  • school and from CBSE.
  • Discussion of adolescent issues.
  • Facilitation of inclusive education etc.

Protection of Children From Offences

The school has a CHILD PROTECTION COMMITTEE in association with parents, teachers,
students and experts under the POCSO Act. Any child who has been the victim of sexual abuse
can report the case against the abuser to the committee. The committee will be responsible for
taking necessary action.
What to do if a student discloses abuse:
  • You may be the first person that a child has trusted and it has probably taken a great deal of courage to tell you about the abuse, listen carefully and reassure the child.
  • Take seriously what the child is saying or showing you.
  • Remain calm, do not criticize, demonstrate your own emotions, or be judgemental about the alleged abuser.
  • Do not promise confidentiality, you must inform the designated person.
  • Do not ask leading questions or ask a child to undress to show you the injuries.
  • Help him/ her to overcome his/her fear by providing a supportive environment.


Children have a right to be free from intimidation, unkind actions and remarks both

in school outside as well as in the digital world. Unkind actions, comments amount  bullying. It is our duty to help each other, by reporting all bullying, whether it is in the real or virtual world. Don’t make teasing or hurtful remarks or post degrading pictures etc on any social media platforms
Are you being bullied ? What should you do ?
1. Tell an adult/ parent/ friend immediately
2. Try not to show the bully that you are upset (it is difficult)
3. Try to ignore the bully / block the bully on various Social Media platform.
4. Walk away quickly and confidently (even if you are afraid).
5. Shout loudly to show that you are not afraid.
6. Try not to be alone where you could be bullied. Stay with your freinds
7. Do not try to bribe the bully with sweets or money
8. If you are different in any way, be proud of it. You are an individual and there is nothing wrong with you.
9. Do not share personal details on digital media.
10. Do not accept friend requests from unknown persons.
11. Help those who you see are being bullied.
It is Everyone’s responsibility to prevent Bullying.
The school’s Cyber Congress works to inculcate and reinforce safe online habits. Students are encouraged to view online safety as a shared responsibility at home, school and in the community. Parents are engaged to acknowledge and commit to the shared reponsibility of securing the cyberspace. Cyber safety issues are tackled through in-house counselling and workshops as per the norms mentioned in the School-IT Policy. 
1. Remember ‘YAPPY’ for the personal information you should NOT share online.Your full name, address, phone number, password and your plans.
2. Don’t sign up for sites that are 13+ if you are not old enough (Twitter, Facebook, Youtube, Instagram etc)
3. Consider blocking of the file extension such as .bat, .cmd, .exe, .pif using content filtering software.
4. Do not create fictitious accounts on digital media.
5. Use only verified open source or licensed software and operating systems.
6. Be aware that information on the internet is not always reliable.
7. When you feel uncomfortable with any SMS/mail/chat/post immediately share your concern with your parents or any trustworthy person.
8. Make sure that indecent/offending/harassing emails/chats/ posts are not responded to. Rather keep them in records in the form of screenshots and inform your parent/guardian to report it to the police. The account should be immediately blocked. 
9. Protect your digital footprint, don’t put anything online that you wouldn’t want your friends, family and teachers or general audience to see.
10. The helpline number of the Cyber Crime Cell of Delhi Police is 155260.
Contact between 9:00 to 6:00 pm for any cyber crime.
Helpline available against child abuse - 1098


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Ph: 011-47091581, 011-47091582
E-Mail: [email protected]
Website: https://.khms.ac.in

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