Rules Of Discipline
  1. No Pupil may leave the school premises without permission.

  2. Pupils are responsible for the safe custody of their books and belongings. They should not bring valuables of any kind to School.

  3. No mobile phones, cameras, sports items, fancy articles, books, periodicals or newspapers shall be brought into the school without the permission of the Principal.

  4. 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.

  5. No collection for any purpose whatsoever is to be started without previous permission from the Principal.

  6. 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.

  7. Personal presents to the members of the staff are not allowed.

  8. Ordinary sweets may be shared with the staff and classmates on a child's birthday. No chocolates or gifts may be distributed in School.

  9. Students found cheating in the examination will be expelled from school.

  10. White correction fluid in place of an eraser is not permitted.

  11. Chewing of gum in the school premises is prohibited.

  12. Pupils using slang, bad, abusive language will be taken to task or expelled from school.

  13. 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.

  14. 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.

  15. After 3 warning slips have been issued to any student the Principal can either suspend or expel the student from school.

  16. Conditions for issuing warning slips:-
    1. Any student found not in proper school uniform.

    2. Habitual late comers.

    3. For not completing the homework/assignment.

    4. For being absent without informing the school authorities.

    5. For abusive language, breakage of school property, disobedience or any behaviour that is harmful to other students.

    6. Those who fail to show any academic progress, despite all efforts.

  17. 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.