To obey God’s order as delivered by conscience is duty. To obey man’s order as issued by rightful authority is discipline. The foundations of both alike is denial of self for the higher goal. Unless the lesson of duty is first well learned, the lesson of discipline can be imperfectly understood”.
1) Pupil must attend school regularly. No leave of absence shall be granted except for very serious reasons. Absence on the first day of each term will be considered a serious offence. Application for leave must be explicit and if on medical grounds should be supported by a medical certificate.
2) Application for leave should be entered in the school calendar at the space provided.
3) Leave of absence must be obtained only from the Head Master.
4) If some unforeseen reason, prevents one from coming to school a leave application on his/her behalf should reach the H.M. at the earliest even before the student is able to return to the class.
5) Parents alone must in every case sign the application for leave. Oral message will be ignored.
6) Those who fail to produce the leave letter are liable to be excluded from the class.
7 No student shall leave the school premises during the school hours without the explicit permission of the H.M. When such a permission is obtained the class teacher and the class leader must be informed of the same, before he/she leaves the school.
8) Withdrawal of children from the class for mere social functions is not recommended because it retards the child’s progress in school and minimizes his respect for regular and sustained hard work.
9) The names of the students absenting themselves without leave for more than a month will be deleted from the rolls.
10) Pupils are not allowed to wear jewellery to the school. The school shall not be responsible for the loss of jewellery, money or any other valuables bought to the school campus by the children.
11) No book, newspaper, or periodical should be brought to the school premises without the sanction of the H.M.
12) The school shall not be responsible if any injuries occur and if any immediate treatment is given in any nearby hospitals the amount should be borne by the parent.
13) Students are not allowed to bring cell phones and other electronic gadgets to the school.
14) Pupils should be clean and tidy in their person and dress. They must come in their proper school uniform. Parents are requested to look into this matter before the child leaves for the school.
15) Parents may meet the H.M. on any working day from 3.00 p.m. to 4.00 p.m. except on Saturdays. Interview at any other time will be held by prior appointment.
16) Parents may Meet the teachers before or after the class hours inside the staff room, but never during the class hours.
17) Parents are highly recommended to meet the H.M. and teachers, at least once in a term to discuss the progress of the children.
18) Each student must attend classes everyday. The working - day is divided into two sessions. The morning session is from 8.30 a.m. to 12.40 p.m. and the afternoon session is from 1.15 to 4.00 p.m.
19) Before the first bell in the morning all students are expected to be in the school campus.
20) At the second bell in the morning, all students must be in the respective lines for the school assembly.
21) Regular late comers will not be allowed into the classes, if coming late more than 3 times marks will be reduced from their total marks.
22) Exemplary and gentlemanly behavior is expected from the students whether they are inside or outside the school. They should always keep in mind that the school is judged by the conduct of the student.
23) Perfect silence must be maintained while in the class rooms.
24) No students shall bring to the school premises articles that are liable to prove as source of distraction and disturbance - crackers, pistols, tops, curioes, fancy items etc.,
25) Changing of class rooms between periods, if any, must be done in silence and in order.
26) Unless there is a very valid reason, no children should be allowed into their classes without proper school uniform.
27) Students must supply themselves with all the necessary books and stationeries either before or immediately after the re-opening of the school. A student who fails to get the necessary articles within the appointed time will not be allowed to attend classes.
28) Students must be up-to-date with their work.
29) Any damage done to the school property will be made good by the one who has done it. Children should learn to protect the public property. They shall not disfigure the walls or scrible on the desks, benches, table etc.
30) Children themselves are responsible for their books, pens, tiffin-carriers or any other articles they may bring to the school.
31) “Good manners will open doors that the best education cannot” Since language is a matter of habit and practise, all the students are expected to use English as the medium of communication within the school campus.
32) Class rooms are reserved for study and must not be utilized for the purpose of recreation, play etc.
33) Waste papers must be thrown into the bins provided for this purpose. A ‘war1 is declared on littering.
34) Protect the trees, plants and flowers that are inside the campus. A green city is a clean city.
35) Pupils shall greet the teachers of the school when they meet them in the class as well as they first meet them in the school premises.
36) Students are forbidden to enter the staff room without permission.
37) Students are strictly forbidden to join any sports club, recreation club, library associations, organization outside the school without the prior permission of H.M. Application to such permission must be made in writing by the pupil’s parents.
38) Students should never enter or remain in the class room during the afternoon interval. They are not to enter into any other class room without the permission of the class teacher.
39) Irregular attendance, habitual idleness, neglect of homework, disobedience and disrespect towards the members of the staff or bad moral influence justly dismissal of a student.
40) “Physical Education has its purpose to develop the powers of the body in such away so as to make them co-operative with those of mind and soul for the development of the whole man”. Every pupil must take part in the school games and other activities, unless declared unfit physically or exempted from, by the H.M.
41) Students are strictly forbidden to introduce any sort of comics and objectionable literature, both print and electronic into the school. They shall not purchase any article of food from unauthorized dealers at or near the School premises.
42) “Next to acquiring good friends, the best acquisition is that of good books”. Students should form the habit of reading good literature (“Today a reader, tomorrow a leader”), They must take proper care of the school library books and magazines used by them.
43) The Library will be opened everyday after lunch (for Girls) and after 3.45 p.m. (for Boys). Books may be collected on the appointed day for each class.
44) On receiving a book, the student must examine it and call the attention of the librarian to damage if any. If he or she fails to do so, he/she will be held responsible for any damage that may be detected later and in such cases he/she will be fined.
45) No student is allowed to keep a book for more than a week without renewal.
46) A student who fails to return the book on the appointed day will be fined.
47) Students should return the library books two weeks before each terminal examination.
48) The progress of the pupil is assessed by means of monthly tests and terminal examinations, at the end of which progress reports are issued, to keep the parents in touch with the performance of their children at the school.
49) The marks of the monthly test and terminal examinations will be considered for promotion along with that of the annual exams.
50) Result declared at the end of the year is final and it will not be reconsidered under any circumstance.
51) Follow the traffic rules on the road and also inside the campus. Students are not allowed to ride the cycles inside the compound they have to roll the cycles to and from the cycle stand.