General Rules

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  • Discipline is an integral part of education. Strict discipline must be maintained both inside and outside the school.
  • Students should assemble class-wise for morning assembly.
  • Every student should behave respectfully to the members of the staff.
  • Participation in school programmes is compulsory.
  • Pupils who are absent from class must bring leave note from their guardians to the class teacher starting the reason for their absence.
  • Pupils must reach the school before the first bell. They must not leave the school without permission of the principal or class teacher.
  • Children should not lend or borrow any articles.
  • Playing or shouting inside the school buildings is strictly forbidden. While passing along the corridor or stair case, pupils should keep the left.
  • The school uniform is to be worn daily.
  • Irregular attendance, habitual negligence in school work, dishonesty, obscenity in word or act, insubordination or serious misconduct or threats even outside the school are sufficient reason for dismissal.
  • Pupils should be simple and modest in their dress. Gold ornaments should mot be used.
  • No books, newspapers or periodicals other than school books, may be brought into the class.
  • Pupils from one class are not allowed to be in other class room without permission.
  • Report of marks and conduct of the students will be sent to parents and that should be returned to the school duly signed.
  • Every pupil is expected to behave in polite manner while traveling by the school bus or by private conveyance.
  • A pupil traveling by the school bus from the beginning of a term has to travel by it for the whole term. If the pupil wants to discontinue the travel by school bus from next term she/he has to inform in advance.
  • Each pupil is responsible for the safe custody of his/her belongings.
  • All personal article including books shall be kept neat and labeled.
  • The cost of damage or less of school property will be recovered from the pupil concerned.
  • Scribbling on walls and furniture is prohibited and action will be taken against those found doing so.
  • It is compulsory that pupil should converse in English.