Students are to bring their handbook daily, which should be produced on demand by the principal or any teacher. For the entries made in the column intended for parents in the Handbook, the students should obtain the parent’s acknowledgement by signature.
Pupils must be in their classroom by the first bell at 8.05 am. Those who arrive earlier must maintain perfect silence in order to set the tone for serious and efficient work. At the first bell, on the days when there is school assembly, all should march to the assembly ground. On other days they should be in their classrooms getting ready for the first period.
English is the only language permitted in the school campus for all interactions; formal, informal and chats. This is applicable in the school buses also.
Any unavoidable movements on the verandahs (to the library, laboratory, auditorium, activity rooms, play grounds etc.) during class hours have to be in silence. This is to avoid disturbance to neighbouring classes.
No student shall leave the school premises during school hours without Principal’s permission. He/she shall not be sent home without the written request by the parent/guardian in the prescribed form in the handbook, and unless a duly authorized person comes to escorthim/her.
Attendance at all official school functions including HRD orientation talks, Sports day, School Annual Day (Mariotsav) etc is mandatory.
A student absent from the class due to illness or some unforeseen circumstances should explain the reason for absence in the Leave Record in the School Diary signed by his/her parent/guardian and meet the principal before entering the class. For any other reason prior sanction must be obtained for leave. Absence without the prior permission of the principal from test papers/examinations and activities which are part of the school-based assessment and evaluation will be considered a serious breach of school discipline.
Every student has to participate in at least two of the co-curricular activities offered in the school.
Students are not permitted to purchase anything from shops outside during school hours. This is to ensure the security of our children and also to prevent them from buying drug-packed food items. Anything that they might reasonably need can be bought from the canteen and the store run by the school.
No student shall contact or be contacted over phone or in person without prior permission of the Principal.
Students of one class are not permitted to enter other classrooms without due permission.
The school premises and classrooms should always be kept neat and clean. Students should see that no damage is done to school property including plants and trees in the campus. Scribbling on walls and furniture is strictly prohibited.
Playing in classrooms and corridors is strictly prohibited.
The school is not responsible for the loss of textbooks, notebooks, tiffin boxes, clothes, money, ornaments, etc. Name and class of the students should be marked on all their belongings.
Students are not to bring gold ornaments and other valuables to school and any exchange of articles or money transaction between students is strictly forbidden.
Wearing school uniform, observance of morning silence and obtaining parent’s signature on teacher’s and principal’s remarks or on the absence record in the school diary are obligatory
Discourtesy towards any member of the staff or any act, which affects the discipline and tone of the school, will be seriously viewed and in extreme cases they are sufficient reason for dismissal from school. Immorality, grave insubordination, contempt for authority, wilful damage to school property, malpractice in examinations etc., are sufficient reasons for immediate dismissal.
Mobile phones are strictly banned in the school campus. Unauthorized materials (books, newspapers, periodicals, CDs, cameras etc.) should not be brought to school.
Management reserves the right to amend and alter the Rules and Regulations at par with the timely requirements.