• On class days and school functions the children are expected to wear the uniform prescribed for the season.
  • The children are strictly forbidden to purchase any article of food from unauthorized dealers near the school premises.
  • Any kind of damage within the school premises must be made good by the one who does it.
  • Cardigans, books, tiffin boxes etc. should bear the name of the owner. The school is not responsible for stationery, books etc. that get lost.
  • The student should not wear ornaments or jewellery of any kind in the school.
  • The school will not be responsible if children are found missing after the school hours. Parents are requested to instruct their children not to go to the homes of friends and relations without their permission.
  • Change of residence should be notified to the school.
  • No magazines, papers or books other than textbooks or the school library books may be brought to school without the principal's permission.
  • Parents may engage the teachers of the institution for private tuition only after due permission of the principal is obtained. Requests for tuition may not be considered after the month of December.
  • No collection for any purpose whatsoever, is to be started in the school , and, no meeting, demonstrations, party or picnic may be held without the previous sanction of the principal.
  • Presents to the members of the staff or other demonstration in their honour require previous sanction of the principal.
  • All the students are expected to speak English in school.
  • Students are responsible to the school authorities for their conduct both in and outside school. Hence misbehaviour in public streets and conveyances justifies dismissal. Any reported or observed objectionable conduct is liable to disciplinary action.
  • Personal cleanliness and hygiene are expected from all. To this effect students should possess more than one uniform each.
  • All should be particularly careful not to throw paper, plastic bags, etc. anywhere in the school premises. They should use the bins specially provided for this purpose.
  • Parents and guardians will bear the responsibility for the good conduct, home studies and regular attendance of their wards. The principal reserves the right to or not to retain such pupils who act otherwise than conforming to the school ideals in and outside school. Insubordination, contempt of authority, harmful conduct, irregular attendance, leaving the school premises without permission, lack of punctuality, unsatisfactory progress in studies, dishonesty, etc., are sufficient reasons for removing a student from the school rolls.


  • Tests and examinations are means of assessing the child's performance in his/her studies. A progress report will be issued after the quarterly tests and the half yearly and final examinations. There will be no anticipating or postponement of the same.
  • Absence from a subject test disqualifies the pupil from being reckoned in the order of merit in an examination.
  • Any irregularity detected during or subsequent to an examination is punishable with expulsion from the examination hall and to further action at the principal's discretion. The answer paper of such a student will not be assessed.
  • Children who are ill should not be sent to school to attend class or take the tests. The sickness affects the pupil's score and may be contagious.
  • Every report must be signed by the parent or guardian and returned by the student to his/her class teacher the day after it is given to the student to take home to show his/her parents.


  • Pupils who have been absent from class must have the reason entered in the record for Non-attendance stating briefly the cause of absence. Absence from school in order to study is not allowed. Leave of absence is not granted except on prior written application from the parent or guardian.
  • Those who come late must have their Late attendance Record duly signed by the teacher in charge in order to be admitted to the classroom.
  • Repeated absence without leave for more than ten consecutive days renders the pupil liable to have his/her name struck off the rolls. Readmission, if granted will be done on payment of readmission fee.
  • All the students are expected to be present on the opening day of the school session. A medical certificate must be presented by those absent because of sickness.
  • No pupil is allowed to leave the school premises during school hours. Letters from parents in this regard will not be entertained.
  • Given below is the relevant extract of Rule 13.2 of the Examination bye-laws(for CBSE affil. Schools, New Delhi)
  • “No student from a school affiliated to the Board shall be eligible to take the Examination unless he/she has completed 75% of attendances counted from the opening of class IX /X/XI/XII up to the first of the month preceding the month in which the examination commences in the subjects of internal assessment.”