RULES AND REGULATIONS

GENERAL

  1. The Personal Organizer is to be brought to the School daily.

  2. Every pupil is to be present on the opening day of each term, unless prior sanction of leave has been obtained. If a pupil is absent for a continuous period of one week from the first day of the term or after vacation, or for one week before the last day of the term or before vacation without prior approval, the name of the pupil is liable to be struck off the rolls. Such a pupil may be re-admitted after payment of re-admission fee and arrears in full’ subject to approval by the Principal.

  3. Irregular Attendance, unjustified absence, objectionable moral behaviour insubordination, contempt of authority, unsatisfactory progress may also justify immediate rustication, expulsion or dismissal. A pupil absent for more than fifteen days without submitting an application for leave of absence may be struck off the rolls.

  4. No pupil who arrives late or remains absent from the School will be permitted to sit in the classroom, without the written permission forwarded by the Principal.

  5. In case of absence of any nature, the pupil must produce a written leave application signed by the parent on the day of resumption of classes, failing which such a pupil may be asked to go home. Medical Certificates are to be necessarily attached in cases of sickness lasting more than 3 days. Messages through telephones are not entertained.

  6. No pupil suspected to be suffering from a contagious or infectious disease will be permitted to attend school unless certified fit by a registered medical practitioner. Pupils resuming classes after recovery from illness are obliged, to submit a Medical Certificate of Physical Fitness along with the leave application.

  7. The risk, responsibility and liability of attending classes or participating in an activity detrimental to the physical health in case pd pupils suffering from congenital, chronic or other serious diseases or under continuous medical supervision of a specialist doctor will be solely and totally of the parent. The parent is however requested to give due information every year to all the teachers concerned, regarding the medical condition of such pupil and the precautionary step to be taken.

  8. Any pupil requiring to be exempted from Physical Training or Games (even for a few days), must produce a doctor’s certificate to the effect that the said pupil is medically unfit for physical exertion, along with an application signed by the parent. The Principal may exempt such a pupil.

  9. Pupil coming by bicycles to school. May use the Bicycle Stand in the School Premises. Riding around in the School Premises is to be avoided. Bicycles must be kept locked in the Bicycle Stand. However the School will not be responsible for the damage or loss of bicycles. Driving of motorized vehicles by pupils is totally prohibited. The School Authorities are not liable or responsible for any loss or damage of property, injury or loss of life in such cases.

  10. All pupils ought to be habitually clean and neatly dresses. They are expected to come modestly dressed in proper uniform everyday. Long finger-nails, cosmetics and make-up, fanciful jewelry, irregular hairstyles, designer outfits are not permitted.

  11. All the pupils are expected to line up in silence for the assembly at the first bell. Pupils are obliged to obey the captains appointed by the school. Silence is to be maintained until dispersal at the end of the day.

  12. Pupils must come to the school with their lessons well prepared and the homework duly completed. The pupils are also required to bring all the prescribed books as per daily time-table. No books, other than those required according to the daily time table may be brought to the school.

  13. All are expected to speak in English in order to enable the pupils to attain proficiency in this language.

  14. Running, playing, whistling or shouting inside the school building is prohibited’ Pupils moving along verandahs from one classroom to another for special subjects, must walk n silence and single file, under the supervision of the teacher concerned.

  15. Pupils should be particularly careful not to throw paper, wrappers, fruit peels, etc. anywhere in the school premises. Bins provided for the purpose should be used, Class rooms are to be kept tidy throughout the day. Pupils are also advised not to throw away food or waste water.

  16. No pupil should remain in the class room during the assembly, recess, physical training or games unless permitted by the Principal. Pupils are not allowed to enter any classroom other than their own.

  17. Writing, scribbling, carving, scratching on the walls of furniture is to be avoided. Any type of damage caused willfully or otherwise to school property will have to be made good by the parent. A fine may also be imposed for the offence. The decision of the Principal regarding the amount required for repair or replacement is final.

  18. Articles found in the school premises are to be deposited at the counter. However the school will not undertake any responsibility for goods lost or found, Hence pupils are advised not to carry or wear valuable items in the school premises sweaters, jerseys, Tiffin boxes, water bottles, bags, umbrellas, books and stationary ought to bear the name and class of the owner.

  19. No pupil shall leave the school premises during class hours without the knowledge or permission of the Principal and class teacher. Pupils may be allowed to leave in extreme cases, only against the parent’s application. The school will not be held responsible for the safety of offenders in this respect.

  20. During school hours, pupils are not permitted to receive visitors or make phone calls or to answer phone calls. Urgent messages may be permitted in either direction.

  21. Pupils are responsible to the school authorities not only for their conduct in the school but also for their general behavior outside. Any reported or observed objectionable conduct outside. Any reported or observed objectionable conduct outside the school shall hold them liable for disciplinary action.

  22. Neglect of homework, habitual lack of interest in schoolwork, arriving late for classes, stealing, willful and repeated breach of school regulations, disobedience and disrespect towards teachers, misconduct outside school or in public places or conveyances shall hold a pupil liable for disciplinary action.

  23. Student should promptly reach home after school and not loiter on their way home. If the parent, guardian or domestic help who fetch the pupil from school got delayed, then such a pupil is advised to report to the school office and not attempt to go home alone.

  24. Participation and attendance in Republic Day and Independence Day celebrations is compulsory.

  25. The Principal’s written permission is required :-

    1. For making any collection of money, selling raffle tickets, etc. for any purpose whatever.

    2. Before arranging for a party, picnic or a meeting.

    3. Before joining a sports meet or to play a game not arranged by the school.

    4. Before representing the school in an exhibition, cultural display, contest or competition.

    5. Before giving presents to teachers or staging demonstrations in their honour.

    6. Before going home during school hours.

    7. Before attending classes in case of absence from the school.

    8. Before attending classes in case of reaching the school late.

    9. Before arranging private tuition from any school teacher.