School Rules

  • Students must carry their Organizer to School every day with their photograph properly pasted and the complete identity information duly signed by the parent. The parents are expected to peruse the contents of the organizer and fill in the required entries on specified pages.
  • Students who come to School by their own transport must arrive the School before the morning bell rings.
  • Student’s appearance must be tidy and they should be neatly dressed. The School uniform is to be worn every day and for all School functions. Students who are sloppily dressed or are not in the complete uniform will not be allowed to attend school.
  • Boys must get their hair cut at regular intervals. Girls must neatly make plaits or dress their hair according to the length.
  • Shouting or whistling is not allowed in the School premises/buses.
  • Students are expected to respect the property of others. This includes respect for School property. No student should damage any School furniture, write or draw anything on the walls or in any way damage things belonging to others. Damage done even by accident should be reported at once to the Class Teacher. Any damage done will be made good by the one who causes it. Anyone who notices something damaged, must report the matter even if he or she does not know who has done it.
  • Students are not permitted to bring any sharp instruments to School.
  • Students are advised to keep their classroom/school building/campus as neat as possible and throw leftovers into the dustbin only.
  • Lending or borrowing of money and other articles is not permitted.
  • The School is not responsible for any loss of goods. It is, thus, not advisable to bring valuable articles (such as expensive watches, jewellery, electronic gadgets etc) to School.
  • Students must observe polite standards wherever they go. They should always remember that the School is judged by the behaviour of its students. Students should always wish their teachers when they meet them. Use of foul language and bullying are punishable offences.
  • Students should have team spirit and a feeling of brotherhood among their fellow students. They should be enthusiastic and eager in their approach towards helping others.
  • The School reserves the right to suspend or take strict disciplinary action against a student whose performance in studies is constantly unsatisfactory or whose conduct is harmful to other students.
  • Parents and guardians should not visit their wards or teachers in the classrooms, without the permission of the Principal. As far as possible, once a child has come to school, he/she should not be asked to return home early.
  • The School provides education from Pre-Nursery to Grade X. It is the senior’s duty to treat the juniors with love and affection and in turn the juniors should respect their seniors.
  • No student shall indulge in any of the following practices:
    a. Spitting within the school premises.
    b. Disfiguring or otherwise damaging any school property.
    c. Smoking.
    d. Any form of gambling.
    e. Use of drugs or intoxicants.
    f. Unruly and rude behaviour.
    g. Use of violence in any form / groupism or vandalism.
    h. Casteism, communalism or practice of untouchability.
  • The observance of rules of discipline of the School and good behaviour is an essential prerequisite for the students to continue in the School. In case any student violates the School rules or indulges in any form of indiscipline, strict action such as expulsion/suspension shall be taken against the student.
  • It is necessary for parents/guardians to keep track of the progress of their ward(s) by contacting their respective teachers on the specified PTM dates. They are requested to visit the school’s website to follow up with the progress.
  • A child who is detained in a class twice will not be permitted to continue his/her studies in the school.
  • A student who uses unfair means during tests will be given zero in the subject and a warning letter. Repetition of the same will result in dismissal.
  • Students using the school bus should always maintain discipline in the bus . Bus facility will be withdrawn in case the student is found undisciplined.
  • Disobedience, indiscipline and arrogant behaviour will not be entertained.
  • Systematic and proper planning in terms of their academic excellence is expected from the students.
  • Students are strictly forbidden to wear any junk jewellery or accessories during school hours. They should be simple and decent in their outward expression. Students should avoid loitering around the school corridors or in any other part of the school premises.
  • Mobile phones are strictly prohibited during school hours. In case of any emergency, the student can call home from the School office only after taking permission from the School authorities.
  • Students are encouraged and advised to maintain a balance between their academic achievement and extracurricular activities.
  • If a student is injured during the school hours in the campus, the Doctor in charge will administer first aid at the infirmary immediately and all efforts shall be made to notify the parents immediately. All minor injuries will be treated at school unless the school is directed by the parents to do otherwise. Parents are required to keep school updated with the change in contact/phone numbers if any.
  • Any damage to school property will lead to fine/disciplinary action.
  • Direct criticism or complaints of faculty will not be entertained. In case of genuine grievances, the parents must see the Principal immediately on appointment.
  • The school reserves the right to add or amend school rules time to time.



  • A student who has been absent on the previous day will not be allowed to enter the class without a letter from the parent, addressed to the Class Teacher, stating the reason of absence.
  • Parents must fill up the ‘Record for Non-Attendance’ for each day’s absence from the School stating the valid reasons.
  • Students who have been medically unfit / sick must provide a medical certificate from their doctor on joining the school.
  • A student, returning to School after suffering from an infectious or contagious disease, must produce a doctor’s certificate permitting him/her to further attend classes. Students suffering from the following diseases must observe the prescribed period of quarantine before returning to class-
    a. Chicken Pox – till complete falling of the scabs
    b. Cholera – till the child is completely well
    c. Measles – two weeks after the rash disappears
    d. Mumps – until the swelling has gone, about one month
    e. Whooping Cough – six weeks
    f. Jaundice – six weeks after recovery
    g. COVID-19 – till the child is completely well
  • Students who require medical attention during school hours must be sent to the school clinic by the teacher with the clinical record in the organizer.
  • Repeated absence without leave or unexplained absence for more than six consecutive days renders the student liable to have his/her name struck off the rolls. Re-admission may be granted only after payment of a fresh admission fee.
  • All students are expected to attend School on the opening day after the vacations. Those absent because of sickness must present a medical certificate before entering the class.
  • It is compulsory for the students to complete 80% of the attendance in the year to make them eligible to sit for the final examination. The percentage, however, could be relaxed on medical grounds; but such students will not be eligible to receive any prizes.



The School gate is closed 10 minutes after the first bell.
A “Late Entry Slip” must be filled in the school office before the student goes to the class. Three late arrivals in a month would lead to a ‘Put on Report Card’.


A Proforma available in the front office is to be filled by the parent and duly signed by the Principal, before 1:20 PM for Grades I to X and before 11:45 AM for the KG Section.