General Instruction
Rules and Directives for the Students and their Guardians

We believe in the values of a disciplined life. We have the ability to distinguish between freedom and irresponsibility, So we take disciplinary actions against a student only when absolutely necessary. Guardians have to make sure that their wards come to school everyday on time and in proper uniform prescribed for the day.

They have to ensure us that their wards come to school with books and notebooks according to the class routine. Regular checking & signing of the school diary reflect their sincerity towards their children. In the classroom each student is expected to take care of his/her books, notebooks & other belongings.

Bringing expensive watches, jewellery, cameras, music systems, mobile phones, etc. to school is not permitted. Any such items found with a student will be confiscated. The payment of school fees must be made by the 15th of every month. Late payment due to any reason cannot be accepted without late fine.


Attendance & Leave

Minimum 75% attendence in the school is compulsory.

Leave of absence is granted only when absolutely necessary.

Unauthorised absence is considered a serious misconduct and may incur discliplinary actions.


Code of Conduct for Students

 Homework assigned to the pupil by the teacher should be done regularly, carefully and on his/her own . Copying from another child's notebook is futile and unacceptable. Guardians/Parents are requested to cooperate with the school authorities by checking the diary of their wards regularly.

 Every pupil is required to bring books and notebooks as per the timetable.

 No pupil should bring any valuable article to the school.

 Each pupil is expected to be responsible for the safe custody of his/her books and other belongings. Library books marked, disfigured and damaged will have to be replaced or paid for by the borrower.

 Students must maintain absolute silence in the library and during the morning assembly.

 The students are not allowed to use the school telephone without the permission of the Principal. They will not be called to answer telephone calls during classes.

 Any student found using unfair means in any of the examination will be debarred from the examination.

 The school reserves with itself the right to terminate the studies of the student with unsatisfactory progress in studies or whose conduct is a bad precept for others.

 Changing of classrooms between periods should be done in silence and in an orderly manner.

 Morning assembly is a solemn occasion. Each student is expected to sing songs, prayers and the National Anthem with due respect.

 Meditation is an expression of deep thought. We urge all to practise it.

 Parents/guardians will not visit their wards or their teachers in the classroom under any circumstances.


GUIDELINES FOR THE STUDENTS

 Respect all, especially elders, parents and teachers, act with difference as required by the situations.

 Speak with care and thoughtfulness. Avoid extreme language, whatever be the provocation.

 Be friendly, warm and helpful whether in or out of the school. Lend a helping hand whenever or wherever you can.

 On the playground be fair. Be a true sportsman. Accept defeat with grace.

 Be compassionate and understanding with the old, the infirm, the poor and physically and mentally handicapped.

 Always remember the school is judged by your conduct. Cultivate good manners and social graces in all interactions everywhere. Recognize the need for mutual accommodation. Be sensitive to the needs of other.

 Appreciate the beauty around you and ensure that the school and classroom are not only clean but also beautiful.Do not do anything to mar their beauty.

 Do not complain or grumble whatever the stress or problem is with you.

 Above all, respect your culture and what it stands for, its tolerance and its vital power to service through ages.

 Conserve the environment by practising three R's Reduce, Reuse & Recycle. Conserve water, for every drop counts.

 Maintain discipline everywhere.