Rules & Regulations


  • A student must carry his/her diary to school everyday duly pasted on his/her photograph. The student identification information must be filled and duly signed by the parent.
  • Students coming to school by private conveyance should reach the school 5 minutes before the assembly bell rings. NO STUDENT IS ALLOWED TO COME TO THE SCHOOL IN SELF-DRIVEN VEHICLE.
  • STUDENTS MUST CARRY THE IDENTITY CARD WITH THEM. Students must be clean and neatly dressed up. The School Uniform is to be worn everyday and for all the school functions. Students who are sloppily dressed or not in complete uniform will be sent back home.
  • Boys should get their hair cut at regular intervals. Sikh boys must wear turbans in Class IX and above.
  • Changing classrooms between the periods should be done in silence and in an orderly manner.
  • Students are expected to respect the property of the school and that of other students as well. No student should damage the school furniture, write or draw any thing on the walls or in a way that damages things belonging to others. Damage done by accident should be reported at once to the Class Teacher or the Vice Principal or the Principal.Any damage done will be made good by the individual who caused it. Students who bring any instrument to school, which can cause harm or damage to school personnel or property, will be subjected to strict disciplinary action.
  • Students found tampering with the school records such as the marks allotted by the teacher in the tests/examination are liable to strict disciplinary action.
  • No student shall indulge in the following practices:
    • Casteism, communism or the practice of untouchability.
    • Use of violence in any form.
    • Rowdism and rude behaviour.
  • No books (other than the text books or the library books), magazines, floppies, CDs, or money may be brought to school without the principal’s permission.
  • Lending or borrowing of money is not permitted in the school premises.
  • The school is not responsible for goods lost. It is not advisable to bring valuable articles (like expensive watches and jewellery) to the school.
  • Those students who go home alone should be prompt in returning home.



  • One clear calendar month’s notice in writing or a month’s fees in lieu of such notice must be given before a pupil can be withdrawn.
  • Those who leave the school in May must in all cases pay the fees for the month of June.
  • Transfer Certificates are not issued until all dues of the school are settled.
  • Students can be asked to leave the school on the following grounds:-
    • Disciplinary
    • Unsatisfactory progress in academics
    • Repeated detentions in a class

As a rule, only those students will be retained on the rolls of the school who can take the school leaving examination and are under 18 years of age.

  • A student who fails twice in the same class will not be permitted to continue his/her studies in the school.
  • Where a withdrawal takes place due to the above reasons, the question of charging a month’s fee in lieu of notice does not arise.

Disciplinary action:- The following shall be disciplinary measures which may be adopted by the school dealing with all students:

  1. Fine
  2. Suspension
  • Expulsion
  1. Rustication



  • Any student who abstains from the school without prior information will not be permitted to sit in the class without a letter from the parents/guardian addressed to the class teacher stating the reason of the absence.
  • Parents should fill up the “Record for Non-attendance” for each day the student is absent from the school, stating the reason for his/her absence.
  • Students who have been sick should bring and submit a copy of the fitness certificate from their doctor on joining the school.
  • A student returning to school after suffering from an infectious or contagious disease should produce a doctor’s fitness certificate permitting him/her to do so.
  • Students suffering from the following diseases must observe the prescribed period of quarantine before returning to the class.
    • Whooping Cough – Six Weeks
    • Chicken Pox- till complete falling of the scabs.
    • Cholera- till the complete recovery
    • Jaundice- six weeks after recovery
    • Measles- two weeks after the rash disappears
    • Mumps- until the swelling has gone; about a month
  • Repeated absence without leave or unexplained absence for six consecutive days renders a student liable to have his name struck of the rolls without any notice. Re-admission may be granted after payment of a fresh admission fee only at the discretion of the principal.
  • All the students are expected to attend the school on the opening day after the vacation. Those absent without a leave application will be fined. Absence for more than three days immediately after a vacation renders the student liable to pay a fine of Rs. 100/- per day. After 6 days the student’s name will be struck off the rolls.
  • It is compulsory for all the students to complete 95% of the attendance in the year to be eligible to sit for the examination. Students of classes IX, X, XI, XII must have an average of 90% attendance before the examination. The percentage of attendance however, could be relaxed on the medical grounds; but such students will not be eligible to sign the Roll of Honour or receive any Prizes.