Rules and Regulations
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Discipline for Boys :
  • Hair must be short,oiled and neatly combed. Hair should not touch the ears, the collars on th eyebrow.
  • Nails must be kept short and clean.
  • No ornaments like rings, bracelets, watches etc. are allowed to be worn, combs are not allowed to be brought to school.
  • Mobile Phones are not allowed.
  • Students should be neatly dressed on all working days in the respective appropriate uniform.

Discipline for Girls :
  • Hair must be neatly combed and oiled. Hair should not touch the forehead, flicks are not allowed. Hair upto shoulder length can be worn in two pony tails, long hair should be worn in two plaits.
  • Nails must be kept short and clean.
  • Nail paint or mehndi are strictly not allowed.
  • Jewellery, bangles, watches, gold chains are not permitted, Earings if worn should not be fancy and long.
  • Mobile Phones are not allowed.
  • Student should be neatly dressed on all working days, in respective appropriate uniform.
  • The pupil must attend the class regularly on every working day.
  • Attendance on the first and last working days of the school is compulsory.
  • A minimum attendance of 80% of the total working days of the academic year is necessary for a student to be eligible for the final examination.
  • No leave of absence will be granted except for serious reasons. A written application for leave by the parent must be sent to the principal through the class teacher. In case of sickness, the principal should be informed in writing and the doctor's certificate be produced.
  • No child will be allowed to leave the school premises during the school hours. In case of urgent need, the parent or the one authorised by the parent, must approach the principal with a letter of request.
  • Absence without leave letter is liable for punishment either with fine or any other form at the principal's discretion.
  • There will be 2 Semester examinations and the reports are issued for the same.
  • Students are expected to appear for all the examinations.
  • Students absent for an examination for any reason will not be re-examined.
  • The decision of the school authorities with regard to promotion shall be final.


August - 1st Term Exam

December - 2nd Term Exam

March - 3rd Term Exam


November - 1st Term Exam

April - 2nd Term Exsm (Final Exam)

A = Above 75% (Excellent)
B = 60% - 74% (V.Good)
C = 50% - 59% (Good)
D = 35% - 49% (Satisfactory)
E = 0% - 34% (Fail)

Boys - White shirt, light blue shorts/pants, black shoes, white socks

Girls - White shirt, light blue tunic, black shoes, white socks and ribbon.

NOTE: Students are expected to wear only navy blue coloured sweaters during winter.

  • The school fees is payable for all the 12 months of the year.
  • It should be paid in 2 instalments: I - June, II - Dec.
  • Fees will be accepted only on working days before 21st of the respective month.
  • Pupils will not be allowed to appear for the terminal or final examination unless all fee dues are paid.
  • When a pupil is once withdrawn from the school, admission fee will be collected for re-admission.
  • Bus fees according to the distance are fixed by the bus contractors. Bus fees must be paid from June to May. In case of transfer or change of residence, the service may be discontinued only after one full calender month's notice is given in writing. School is not responsible for any mishaps.
  • Emergency mobile number of the guardians are to be given in the school office as we will be sending information through SMS.
  • For the withdrawal of a pupil from the school, the parents should give a written application to the Principal.
  • The school management has the right to request the withdrawal of a pupil who fails for two consecutive years in the same class.
  • Irregular attendance in the school, habitual laziness, poor academic performance, disobedience, dishonesty or conduct injurious to the moral tone of the school inside or outside the school are sufficient reasons for the dismissal of a student.
  • All pupils are expected to be in school five minutes before the morning bell.
  • Any kind of damage done by the pupil to the school equipment, furniture, building, etc. will have to be made good and penalty decided by the management has to be paid.
  • Speaking in English is compulsory in the school premises.
  • All pupils are responsible for their books, money or any other articles they may bring to school. The school has no responsibility for any lost property belonging to the pupil.
  • If there is any problem or complaint about any issue regarding school matters, it should be brought to the notice of the Principal or the Director of the School.
  • All correspondence regarding the pupil should be addressed to the Principal.
  • It is advisable not to send a pupil suffering from infectious or contagious diseases to school. A medical certificate showing that the pupil is free from infection should be produced when he/she rejoins the school after such illness.
  • Personal cleanliness and hygiene is expected from all.
  • Students are not allowed to run or move around, in the corridors during class hours or during the recess.
  • For breach of the school rules, a pupil may be fined or otherwise punished at the discretion of the Principal. Pupils are made to realise that they are responsible to the school authorities not only for their conduct in the school but also for their general behaviour outside (G.I.A.C. 1956 for Sec. School Rules 56)
  • No Pupil shall be exempted from extra-curricular activities such as singing, dance, games, sports, one day picnic gardening etc. unless a medical certificate is produced from a qualified doctor showing valid reasons for the student’s absenteeism.
  • The School insists on strict punctuality, regular school attendance, cleanliness in dress, general grooming and fidelity to study and work assignments. Absence from school merely for social functions is strongly discouraged.
  • Habitual late coming, irregular attendance, unexplained or unjustified absence for more than seven working days, habitual idlesness, insubordination, serious misbehaviour, obscenity in any form, dishonesty, theft are reasons for attracting punitive remarks from principal or teacher. Attendance at school functions such as Children's Day, Teacher's Day, Sports Day, Independence Day, Republic Day, Annual Day etc. is compulsory.
  • Attendance on Saturday activity classes is compulsory.
  • Those who are asked to take up remedial teaching should attend the classes regularly.
  • Use of mobile phone is strictly prohibited in the school campus.
  • Parents are requested to take continuous interest in their child's progress.
  • Parents, guardians or other persons are not allowed to see pupils or meet their teachers during school hours without the permission of the Principal.
  • A parent's misbehaviour in his/her speech and deeds can result in the child's dismissal from the school.
  • Parents and guardians are expected to daily examine the Hand-book of their children.
  • Parents are also requested to keep constant touch with the school authorities, concerning the progress and the behaviour of their children.
  • Parents are earnestly requested not to give gifts to the members of the staff on any occasion.
  • Parents are requested :
    • to go through the general rules and regulations and the note to the students in the diary.
    • to see whether their children are regular and punctual in the school in proper uniform.
    • to help the children to read lessons at home and to do their home work everyday.
    • to check and sign the child's diary daily.
    • ti discuss all the school matters with the concerned school authorities, not at the residence of the staff members.
    • No school business will be transacted on holidays and at the residence of the office bearers of the school.
  • Emergency mobile number of the guardians are to be given in the school office as we will be sending information through SMS.
  • Kindly use the bus service provided by the school to avoid traffic congestion.
  • Parents are requested to refrain from giving large amounts of cash as pocket money to their children as we wish to inculcate the habit of thrift among our children.