School Rules

Dress and Appearance

  • Uniform must always be neat and clean. Id-card must be worn at all times.
  • Uniform is compulsory during school hours and for all school functions including all such instances where students are representing the school outside.
  • Girls are not allowed to apply mehandi or nail polish on school days.
  • Ornaments in any form other than small earrings (by girls) should not be worn. It is not advisable to wear gold jewellery. However for girls, a pair of small ear studs is permitted. They should not wear any trinkets, chains, rings on fingers or sets of bangles.
  • Boys are not allowed to wear earrings, chains or bracelets.
  • Students are not allowed to report to school with religious threads tied on their wrists.
  • Long hair must be double plaited, neatly folded and tied with black ribbons. It must be followed by all girl students in the school campus, inside the bus and outside the school campus while representing school.
  • Colouring or bleaching of hair / fancy hair cut is not permitted.
  • Boys should have their hair cut 1 inch above their ears. No fashionable or fancy hair cuts are permitted.
  • Students of Class IV onwards are permitted to wear watches. However, fancy watches are not permitted.
  • Students who wear spectacles must ensure that the frame is black in colour. Coloured and/or fancy frames will be confiscated.

School Property

  • Students must take care of the school property and no student should scratch or spoil the 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.
  • Damaging or disfiguring any school property may result in suspension / expulsion from school in addition to levy of heavy fine.

Attendance

  • Students must be regular to school.
  • The morning assembly is compulsory for all students.
  • All students must be present in school on the first day and last day of the term.
  • No student can leave the school premises without the permission of the Principal.
  • Students who come to school with their escort should never leave before the escort arrives. In case of the delay, they should report to the school office.

Leave of Absence

  • In all cases of absence, parents should make an entry in the Leave Record Section of the student’s handbook, stating the reason for absence.
  • Prior sanction should be sought from the Principal through a written application for any absence exceeding 3 days.
  • If a student leaves school after Weekly test due to one or the other reason, he/she shall be marked absent for that day. Moreover, gate pass on that day shall be issued only upto 09.30 am.
  • Long period of absence on medical grounds should be supported by a medical certificate.

Absence  from School

  • A student who has been absent on the previous day will not be allowed to attend class unless her/his parent has made an explanation stating the reasons for the absence, in the “Leave Record” section of the handbook/diary for each day (valid for 2 days) the student has been absent from school. In case a child reports to school without an explanation in the handbook/diary, the parents will be called to school and child will be sent back home.

  • In case of absence for more than two days on medical grounds, Medical Certificate and Prescription (Photocopies) shall be attached along with application.

  • There is no provision for half day leave, therefore students who are not well should not be sent to school even on the days of assessments. The child will be marked absent if she/he were to be taken home by parents/guardians/authorized persons during school hours, even if it were to be an assessment day.

  • A student returning to school after suffering from an infectious or contagious disease should produce a doctor’s fitness certificate permitting her/him to attend school. Students suffering from the following diseases must observe the prescribed period of quarantine before returning to school.

    Chicken pox Till the scabs fall completely Not less than 15 days.
    Cholera Till the child has completely recovered Not less than 15 days.
    Measles Two weeks after the rash disappears Not less than 10 days.
    Mumps Until the swelling has gone Not less than 15 days.
    Whooping Cough Till the doctor certifies Not less than 20 days.
    Hepatitis Till the doctor certifies Not less than 20 days.
  • Parents will be promptly informed in the event of serious illness or emergencies and may be requested to come to school to take their ward home, if necessary.

  • Repeated absence without notice or explained absence without written application for more than six consecutive days renders the student liable to have her/his name struck off the rolls.

  • All students are expected to attend school on the first day following the vacations. Absence on the day of reopening of the school will attract strict disciplinary action.

  • It is compulsory for students to achieve 90% attendance in each term in order to be eligible to take the end-of-term assessment. This stipulation can only be relaxed on genuine medical grounds, at the sole discretion of the Principal.

  • Absence for more than 10% of total number of working days should be avoided. On medical grounds too, a student cannot remain absent for more than 20% of total working days.

Behaviour and Discipline

  • Students should be polite and courteous at all times.
  • Students should greet the teachers whenever and wherever they meet them.
  • Running, playing and shouting inside the class room / in the corridor is forbidden.
  • Students are not permitted to carry any electronic gadgets / video games to school.
  • Children should reach the assembly area promptly, silently and in a line after the bell rings.
  • Changing of classroom between periods should be done silently and in an orderly manner.
  • Those who come without an escort should not loiter about on the way but be prompt in returning home.
  • Students are advised not to buy anything, especially eatables from street vendors.
  • They should not accept undue favour from any stranger either in the form of a gift or a ride on their vehicle. They should never hesitate to say ‘No’ when asked or tempted to do anything that they know to be wrong.

  • Lending or borrowing of money and other articles is not permitted.
  • No books, other than text book and library books, magazines or money is to be brought to school without Principal’s permission.
  • It is expected that the juniors should show all respect to their seniors.
  • Parents and guardians must not visit their wards or teachers in the classrooms without the Principal’s permission. As far as possible, once the child comes to school he/she should not be asked to come home on half – day leave.

  • Parents and guardians of all students should visit the school on the scheduled day to note the progress of their ward. This is compulsory.
  • On birthdays children from kindergarten and classes I to V are permitted to come in colour dress and distribute chocolates only. Students of Classes VI and above are not permitted to come in colour dress or celebrate their birthdays in school campus.
  • Students are not permitted to bring mobile phones to school. Strict action will be taken against any child found in possession of a mobile phone.
  • The school reserves the right to dismiss a student whose behaviour is unsatisfactory or whose conduct is harmful to other students.
  • Bullying and the use of foul language are punishable offences, whether in or out of school. Students found using the same will be expelled.
  • “Bullying is strictly prohibited inside the school premises and no such act will go unnoticed or unpunished”.
  • Students are not allowed to bring any weapons or sharp instruments such as blades, knives, paper – scalpels, scissors etc. to school.
  • Students are prohibited from bringing any publication, reference books, CD or other storage devices like floppies, pen drives or i-pods, not relevant to academic pursuits. Violation may result in suspension.

  • Bringing mobile phones, cameras, expensive pens, pencils, pencil box etc., to school is strictly forbidden. Things will be confiscated apart from being suspended from school.

  • It is mandatory for all students, unless instructed otherwise to be present for festivals and functions celebrated in and outside the school.
  • STUDENTS SHOULD BE PROUD OF THEIR SCHOOL AND FEEL HONOURED IN SINGING THE NATIONAL ANTHEM with pride.