Rules of Discipline

  1. Students must be present every day for the Morning Prayer and Assemble at 7.40 a.m.
  2. No student should be found loitering or idling away her time during the study hours.
  3. No student is allowed to leave the school during working hours without a written note from the Principal.
  4. No student should be found in the school campus after 3.30 p.m. Students who stay back for Sports Practice should leave the School Campus by 4.15 p.m.
  5. Everyone is expected to speak English in School.
  6. Strict silence in the classrooms and orderliness on the corridor is to be maintained during school hours.
  7. Personal hygiene and cleanliness is expected from every student.
  8. Care of school property and cleanliness in the school premises is the duty of every student. Defacing the walls or ruining the furniture will invite dire consequences. Dustbins and baskets are provided for waste disposal. Damage to school property or premises has to be paid for.
  9. No books, newspapers or magazines other than those needed for class work will be allowed to be brought to class without the permission from the Principal. Slam books are strictly forbidden.
  10. Students who lose library books or break laboratory equipment will have to make good the loss. They must also pay for the damaged, defaced, lost and mutilated pages or any other damage discovered on the return of books and articles as per actuals.
  11. Students must look after their own belongings/bicycles. The school is not responsible for any of their lost articles.
  12. Cell phones, any kind of electronic gadgets and valuables are strictly prohibited in the school premises. If a student is found in possession of any such article, she is liable to be suspended from school. The Management has the right to check the belongings of any student in case of suspicion.
  13. The students shall not entertain strangers/visitors in the school premises at all times.
  14. Students indulging in immoral acts of any kind, acts against public sanitation, resorting to violence, acts causing public nuisance, public disturbance, communal trouble or breach of public peace will constitute a major offence against discipline.
  15. Students must be polite in their speech: courteous in their manner and gentle with one other.
  16. Students must be present for all the activities, programmes and functions conducted by the school.
  17. Students must attend Seminars, Workshops, Orientation Programmes and Special Classes on Saturdays/holidays or whenever they are arranged by the school.
  18. All students are expected to attend school on the re-opening day after every vacation. No one will be allowed to take leave on vacation earlier than the day on which the school closes.
    1. If a student is likely to be absent for more than a week due to illness, the Principal must be informed immediately.
    2. No child suffering from an infectious or contagious disease will be permitted to attend school, unless she produces a medical certificate, stating that she is free from the infection.
    3. If a student is suffering from any serious/ chronic illness, the parents have to bring it to the notice of the Principal and the class teacher without delay. Parents have to give the details of what measures are to be taken, medicines to be given and leave an emergency arises, failing which the school will not be held responsible.
    4. A medical certificate and relevant records have to be submitted if a student has to be exempted from sports, games, campus activities, picnics, etc.
  19. Every student is expected to carry her packed lunch or buy lunch from the school canteen.