School Rules

Students must carry t heir diary to school everyday. It must have their photograph and complete identification information and signed by parents.

Students should be neatly dressed. The school uniform is to be worn on all working days as prescribed by the school. Boys should get their hair and nails trimmed at regular intervals.

Girls should plait their hair if it is below their shoulders. Short hair should be neatly trimmed and pinned.

Except in case of illness, children will not be granted any leave outside vacation period. Proper medical certificate should be submitted for the leave period.

Minimum 75% attendance is necessary for sitting in the end term examination.

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 walls, furniture or in any way damage things that belong to others.

Damage done, even by accident, should be reported at once to the class teacher or the Principal. Any damage done will be made good by the one who causes it.

The school is not responsible for goods lost. It is advisable not to bring valuable articles (like expensive watches, pens, or other items) to school.

Students are not to wear any jewellery to school (e.g. Chains, rings, bangles, bracelets etc). Girls may wear only one pair of small earrings or studs.

Students who come to school in the care of servants should never leave before the servant arrives. In case of delay, they should report to the school office. Those who go alone should be prompt in returning home.

Students should be polite wherever they go. They should always remember that the school is judged by their conduct. Bullying and use of foul language are punishable offences.

The school reserves the right to suspend or take strict disciplinary action against a student whose diligence or progress in studies is constantly unsatisfactory or whose conduct is harmful to other students.

Books issued from library should be returned in time. In case of loss or damage to a book, an appropriate fine will be imposed.

Cheating or using unfair means during test and examination will be considered as a serious offence.