Rules Of Discipline
  • No Pupil may leave the school premises without permission.
  • Pupils are responsible for the safe custody of their books and belongings. They should not bring valuables of any kind to School.
  • No mobile phones, cameras, sports items, fancy articles, books, periodicals or newspapers shall be brought into the school without the permission of the Principal.
  • All damage to School property must be remedied at the cost of the offender. Writing on desks; walls of class rooms, corridors and toilets is prohibited. The offender will be heavily fined.
  • No collection for any purpose whatsoever is to be started without previous permission from the Principal.
  • Library books are to be returned on time and in good condition failing this the students will be fined Rs. 50/- per day and the cost of the book concerned.
  • Personal presents to the members of the staff are not allowed.
  • Ordinary sweets may be shared with the staff and classmates on a child's birthday. No chocolates or gifts may be distributed in School.
  • Students found cheating in the examination will be expelled from school.
  • White correction fluid in place of an eraser is not permitted.
  • Chewing of gum in the school premises is prohibited.
  • Pupils using slang, bad, abusive language will be taken to task or expelled from school.
  • The issue of "Warning Slips" has been adopted as a measure to bring about more discipline in students. Sometimes, the situation is such, that only a step of this kind becomes effective.
  • A student in question will be brought to the principal, who after assessing the situation, if she thinks proper may issue a warning slip. After each warning slip has been issued, a letter will be send to the parents for information and confirmation.
  • After 3 warning slips have been issued to any student the Principal can either suspend or expel the student from school.
  • Conditions for issuing warning slips:-
    • Any student found not in proper school uniform.
    • Habitual late comers.
    • For not completing the homework/assignment.
    • For being absent without informing the school authorities.
    • For abusive language, breakage of school property, disobedience or any behaviour that is harmful to other students.
    • Those who fail to show any academic progress, despite all efforts.
  • The Principal has the right to dismiss the students whose progress in studies continues to be unsatisfactory or whose conduct is harmful to other students.