Students are expected to conduct themselves as ladies and gentlemen at all times and in all places. The whole hearted co-operation of the guardians is expected at all times in the formation of the character of their children. As the child progresses from the lower to the upper classes, he/she will be given increasing opportunities to shift from conformity to externally imposed order to self-imposed discipline.
The school will insist on strict punctuality, regular school attendance, cleanliness in dress, general grooming and fidelity to study and work assignments. Absence from school for mere social functions will be strongly discouraged.
Students should arrive at the school before the first bell. If they arrive after the bell, they shall be sent back.
The warning bell is a signal for all to go to the Assembly. After the Assembly, they should go to the classroom, get their books ready in silence and prepare for the beginning of class. Change of classroom between periods must be done in silence.
All the students must leave or be collected from the respective school building within 20 minutes of dismissal every day.
Care must be taken of school property. Therefore, the students must not scratch or spoil the desks, write in chalk or pencil on the walls or in any way damage what belongs to others. Damage done or noticed should be reported at once. (Even if it is caused by accident).
When students move along the corridors, or when they go up or come down the stairs, as when changing class or during the recess, they must walk in perfect silence and in single file. They should always keep to the left except when several persons are coming down the stairs.6.Students should take an honest pride in keeping the school premises clean. Great care must be taken not to litter the compound and roads with lunch scraps, fruit peels, scrap paper, sweet-wrappers, polythene bags, etc. They should use the bins specially provided for the purpose.7.No student is allowed to remain in the classroom or in the corridors during recess or P .T. periods.
(a) Books (other than text or library books), magazines or papers, or any other object liable to prove a source of disturbance for the smooth running of the school, such as transistor, camera etc. should not be brought to school without the prior permission of the Principal.
(b) Cell phones, Ipods, are strictly prohibited/banned and hence will be confiscated if found. No electronic item shall be brought to the school.
Money should not be lent or borrowed, or articles exchanged. The school is not responsible for the goods or money lost. It is not advisable to bring valuables (like gold ornaments, expensive watches or fountain pens etc.) to school.
Wearing of ornaments/jewelry by girls or any student, or wearing wrist bands is not permitted in the school.
Use of tobacco/drugs, gutka, panparag or any other harmful items is strictly prohibited in the school.
Use of abusive language, insulting other students or bullying, engaging in physical fights, bringing crackers or any sort of harmful material to school campus is not tolerated and will cause immediate suspension and in serious matters dismissal of the students involved both directly or indirectly.
Any student who is persistently insubordinate or is repeatedly or willfully mischievous, or is guilty of malpractice in connection with examination, or commits an act of serious indiscipline, and/or misbehave or who in the opinion of the Head of the school has an unwholesome influence on his/her fellow students or whose diligence or progress in studies is steadily unsatisfactory, or whose guardians show little interest in the progress of their wards, may be removed from the school permanently, or for a specified period according to the discretion of the Principal.
Students who come to school in the care of domestic helps should never leave before the latter arrive to take them home. Those who go home alone, particularly those who stay for extra work, should not loiter on the way but be prompt in returning home.
Cycles must be locked in the cycle shed and never left standing about the ground. On their way to and from school, students must behave decently. Conduct contrary to decipline, on returning from school or injurious to the reputation of the school will resut in disciplinary action against that student.
Students must attend physical education, games and other activities outside school hours when required to do so; participation on such occasions will be deemed compulsory by the school authorities since games and athletics play an important part in the students' all-round education.
No student shall leave the school premises either alone or with a parent/guardian during school hours without the written permission of the Principal.
Students who expect to return late to their homes are responsible for informing their parents about it in advance.
No one who is absent on the previous day from school, or is late for the first period, will be admitted to class without the permission of the Principal. Absence must be explained in a separate note addressed to the Principal by a Parent/Guardian. It should also be noted in the diary in the appropriate place.
No leave of absence is granted except on previous written application from parents/guardians and that too for very serious reasons. For leave of absence for more than 3 days due to illness, a letter or application along with medical papers and a fitness certificate from a registered medical practitioner must also be sent.
Students who have been sent away from the school or have been struck off the rolls are, as a rule, not re-admitted. If re-admitted, they will have to pay the admission fee again.