Rules & Regulations

  • Absence from test papers and examinations will be considered a serious breach of school discipline. Pupils who absent themselves from any of the terminal examinations, for any reason, other than sickness justified by doctor’s certificate will be considered having failed for that particular examination.
  • It is not advisable for parents to take away their wards during class hours. If a parent wants to take the child during class hours, prior permission of the Principal is required and the same should be intimated through the diary.
  • Absence due to illness or any other reason should be intimated at once. Prior permission is required even for a short period of leave -day or two. Leave record should be duly filled by the parent / guardian on the pages provided in Hand book.
  • In case of serious illness, the Principal must be informed on time, and leave application should be accompanied by a doctor’s certificate. Long absence from the school without prior intimation will be viewed seriously. They are liable to be removed from the roll.
  • As regular attendance is an important element for successful school work, no student should absent, himself / herself from class without sufficient reasons.
  • Parents / guardians are requested to refrain from asking for special leave to attend weddings of other than the child’s own brother or sister or for religious ceremonies, social functions and domestic celebrations as leave for such purpose, is normally not granted during term days.
  • Children are not allowed to bring any valuable articles such as costly watch, radio, mobile phone, jewellery etc. with them.
  • Improper conduct reflecting character, irregularity, continual neglect of studies, disobedience insubordination and disrespect towards any members of the staff, malpractice at tests and examinations, thieving, immoral behavior and other serious intentional offences, will attract expulsion from the school..
  • Parents are always welcome to the school to check the progress of their children, especially at the time of P.T.A. But they are discouraged to meet their children or interact with the teachers
  • during school hours without the permission of the Principal. Parents can meet the teacher concerned between 3.30 and 4.15pm.
  • Complaints by parents, if any, or remarks about the staff or school functioning must be brought to the notice of the Principal or Manager, and not to the staff concerned.
  • The Management, Principal and Staff will not be held responsible in any way for any accidents or mishaps that may occur to the student, either in the premises or during to and fro journey to school.
  • All students come under school rules from the beginning of the journey to school, till they are back home.
  • All pupils should, at all times, maintain a high standard of dignity in their words and deeds.
  • Pupils should always be dressed in the prescribed school uniform or sports uniform, wherever applicable. Informal dress is permitted only by the Principal when it is found suitable.
  • Pupil should reach the school before the first bell, no late coming is tolerated. The students, who reach the school campus early, should enter their classroom and spend their time in silent study, till the warning bell at 9.05am.
  • Pupils who come late should obtain the signature of the class teacher in the “Late Arrival Record” sheet of the handbook.
  • Speaking English is compulsory at school premises, in the school bus and at the bus stops while awaiting to board the bus.
  • Students shall be responsible for the safe custody of their belongings. As a precautionary measure, it is suggested that they have their names inscribed on articles like tiffin carriers, umbrellas, school bags, pencil box, etc. The school authorities will not be responsible for the loss of articles of students.
  • Lost articles retrieved must be claimed from the school office within a week, after stipulated time limit unclaimed articles will be disposed of.
  • Any damage caused to the movable/immovable property of the school must be immediately reported to the Principal and will have to be made good.
  • Classrooms and the school premises shall be kept neat and tidy. All waste papers must be put in the proper receptacle. Students must make a point of picking up and disposing of litter and caring for the appearance of the school.
  • No pupil may possess any literature without having approved and signed by the class teacher or English or Second language teachers, as appropriate. Unsigned literature will be confiscated.
  • No business transaction in cash or kind will be allowed in the school premises without prior approval of Principal. No school organized gathering picnic shall be arranged without prior approval of the Principal.
  • Parents are not expected to contact the teachers over the Phone.