BOYS: White Shirt, Navy Blue Pant (Except Jeans), clean white keds and clean white ankle length socks.
GIRLS: Red Border White Sari, Red Blouse, clean white keds and clean white ankle length socks.
No jewellery except a single pair of small ear studs or earring may be worn. Any breach of this rule will cause the attending articles to be confiscated and retained by the School.
Nails should be neatly pared.
Use of Mehendi, hair colouring, makeup, kajal, nail polish is not permitted under any circumstance.
Irregular attendance, unjustified or unexplained absence, habitual late coming or objectionable behaviour of any kind may result in the removal of a student from school.
No student should leave the school premises before 4.30 p.m. (Monday to Friday) & 2 p.m. (Saturday) without a gate pass. Any default will be very seriously viewed and severe disciplinary action will be taken against the defaulter.
Before and after school hours there should be no loitering outside and around school. The driveway should be kept clear for traffic. The front of the school building is out of bounds for the students except when coming to school and leaving it.
School Property damaged or destroyed will have to be made good. In addition a heavy fine may also be imposed.
The possession of considerable amount of cash, cameras, I-pods, electronic devices, Mp3 players, cell-phones, expensive watches and jewellery is strictly forbidden.
The Headmaster can in the interest of the school, have a student removed if in the former's opinion the student has failed to accept the discipline of the school and his/her continued presence is detrimental to the interests of other students and the school.
Students are expected to be punctual at all time. They will not be permitted to enter the school gate if they are late. They should be on time for Assembly at 11.00 a.m.
On being absent, a leave letter from the guardian must be submitted to the class teacher, clearly stating the reason for absence.
In case of illness the Headmaster must be notified in writing by the third day, and the anticipated time of absence mentioned.
Students absent from school on medical grounds must produce a letter from parents or guardian when they rejoin. This must be supported by a medical fit certificate.
Students affected by infectious diseases, or exposed to such diseases in their homes, must complete the quarantine period before rejoining school. This should be indicated on the medical certificate.
Minimum 90% attendance per term is required.
Every student must be present on the first day and last day of each school term to qualify for enrolment in the next class in the new year.
Please do not phone the school on days when there is heavy rain, suspension of public transport or any other emergency. School will continue for those students who are present.
There is no such thing as a half day leave for students. If an appointment is made with a doctor, the student must not be sent to school on that day. Requests to send students home early will be automatically turned down.
The school does not provide for any re-testing for class assignments, unit tests etc. which are missed due to absence.
All leave other than sick leave must be sanctioned by the Headmaster.
Students absent for more than 1 week without prior sanction are liable to have their names struck off the school rolls.
All correspondence should be addressed to the Headmaster by designation, and not by name.
Kindly quote the Class, Section & Roll number written on all correspondence with the school.
Parents / Guardians are requested to sign the Progress Report in the appropriate place at proper time and to note the number of days the student may have been absent during the term.
Parents / Guardians are also requested to notify the school of any change in address, and telephone/ mobile number.
The school is not responsible for the loss of personal belongings. Students are discouraged from bringing valuables, money or wearing any form of jewellery to school.
Parents and Guardians are NOT allowed to see their children or interview teachers during school hours. Teachers can be seen either before school or at the end of school after taking prior appointment.
Project work in any subject which is submitted for evaluation or competition will thereafter become the property of the school.
Should a student be injured during class time, or falls sick the school will make every effort to contact the parent first. However, in case this is not possible the school authorities will take necessary measures, as deemed fit.
Development fees of Rs. 200/- per year for Class V to XI.
Requests on plain paper in case of railway concession, and/or printed forms (available from airline offices) in the case of air concessions, must reach the Headmaster's office at least TWO WEEKS before the school closes for vacations.
It is not possible to issue concession vouchers if applications are not received on time.
Private tuitions are discouraged excepting in special cases.
Parents wishing to arrange private tuition for special cases, should not approach teachers directly. A request application should be made to the Headmaster, giving full details of their wards and reasons why they consider it necessary to arrange tuitions.
No request for private tuition in Nursery and Primary School will be entertained.
The Headmaster may amend these rules, if required, during the course of an academic year.
In the interest of their wards and the School, parents are requested to conform to the above rules.
CRITERIA FOR PROMOTION
NOTE: Promotion will be decided on the whole year's performance and not merely on the basis of the final examination grades.
The Headmaster, guided by the common code of justice and fairplay, can exercise her discretionary power for changing any of the condition mentioned above in exceptional cases, which cannot be quoted as a precedent.