Rules And Regulations
TIME AND TIDE WAIT FOR NONE: All staff and students should reach the school at least by 8:40 am. School gate will be closed at 8:45 am. Late coming is not allowed. Late mark will be stamped in the school diary. After three late marks parents should meet the Principal the next day.
BEING A STUDENT:
1. Pupils should, at all times, show respect and reverence to the school authorities and the staff. They should be gentle and polite to their companions.
2.The bell before the assembly or class is a call to be obeyed promptly.
3. Going from one class to another should be done in silence.
4. English should be the medium of communication at all times in the school premises.
5. Library books that have been taken and lost have to be compensated for, by the amount stipulated by the Principal.
6. Pupils are responsible for the care of their personal belongings
CLEANLINESS IS NEXT TO GODLINESS:
1. Students should always be clean and neatly dressed.
2. Students should not wear ornaments or decorate their hair with flowers.
3. Students should trim their nails regularly and polishing of nails is not allowed.
4. Boys should have normal cropped hair trimmed regularly. Boys of Higher Sec. classes should be clean shaven.
5. Girls should have two plaits with house coloured ribbons on Wednesday and white ribbons on all other days.
6. Bob cut is compulsory up to Std. III.
UNIFORM IS A SCHOOL IDENTITY:
1. It is compulsory that all the students buy the stitched uniform from the school.
2. Every student must wear a clean, complete and correct uniform.
3. The school uniform is compulsory on all working days
4. From Std. I to Std X, students should wear grey coloured uniform on all working Saturdays.
5. It is compulsory for the students to wear their identity cards.
6. Defaulters may be penalized.
A CLEAN PLACE IS A SAFE PLACE:
1. Students should keep the class room and school campus clean and tidy.
2. Avoid littering the school premises as it is a plastic free and pollution free zone.
3. Scribbling on the walls and desks is prohibited.
4. Do not damage the school property. Maintain it as your own.
5. Damage done to the school property must be compensated for, at the discretion of the Correspondent.
1.Pupils are strictly forbidden from bringing objectionable books, newspapers, novels and periodicals to the school.
2.Cell phone is strictly prohibited in the school campus. If any student is found bringing it, severe action will be taken against the student.
3. Students are strictly forbidden to collect any money without the explicit permission of the Principal.
4. Pupils should not wear or bring costly materials to school. The school management takes no responsibility for their loss.
5. No student should leave the school premises during the school hours without the permission of the Principal. Any person wishing to meet a student in the premises should get permission of the Principal.
6. No pupil will receive private correspondence through the school.
7. No student will be allowed to attend the school with infectious diseases like chicken pox, mumps, measles etc.
TESTS AND EXAMINATIONS
1. A minimum attendance of 80% and settlement of all fee arrears is mandatory to appear for the assessments.
2. Every student should be punctual and be present in the examination room 10 minutes before the bell.
3. Every student should ensure that no unauthorized paper or material is taken to the exam hall.
4. Answer sheet will be provided to the students for formative and summative assessments.
5. Pen, pencil, scale, geometry items and other required stationery should be brought by the students during the exam.
6. Exchange of question paper or stationery is strictly prohibited.
7. There should be no scribbling on the question paper or stationery during the exams.
8. For students who are absent for the assessments, no retests will be conducted.
9. If in case, any examination is postponed, intimation will be sent in advance.
The examination committee will be on rounds during examination. If they find any student indulging in malpractice an enquiry will be conducted and the student will be suspended forthwith till the day of enquiry. The parents too will be called for the offence committed. If the offence is repeated, the student will be dismissed.
Promotion of the pupil will be based on his/her academic performance (both formative and assessments) in all three terms. Apart from academics, the pupil’s overall conduct, attendance and work done during the year will also be considered.
REGULARITY RECORD (attendance, leave and delay)
1. A minimum of 80% attendance is mandatory
2. It is mandatory for a student to attend the school on days marked as ‘compulsory attendance’. Defaulters will invite a penalty as decided by the Principal.
3. The last class day before any major vacation and the first class day (re-open day) after every major vacation are days of compulsory attendance.
4. It is compulsory to attend official school functions like Annual day, Parents day, Sports day, Independence Day, seminar day etc.
5. For an absence due to illness, the doctor’s prescription and medical certificate along with the leave letter must be submitted.
6. If leave is required for reasons other than sickness the parent has to get principal’s special permission.
7. Half day leave is strictly not permitted.
8. In case of an emergency, parents should come in person to take the student home.
9. Absence from an assessment is not entertained. Failure to appear at any assessment will be viewed very seriously if prior permission is not obtained.
10. Students of Std X, XI and XII, who take leave, should meet the Principal and the class teacher, along with their parents, the next day morning before 9:00 am.
11. Students should apply for leave as per the prescribed form (specimen leave letter page no. ) given in the diary.
12. The leave letter should be written in an A4 sheet duly signed by the parents or the guardian.
PARENTS ARE SECOND TEACHERS
No school can achieve its optimum result without the co-operation of the parents. Your responsibility does not cease with the admission of your child into school.
You are only sharing a part of your responsibility with the school management.
⦁ Learning begins from home. And parents are the second teachers. Courtesy, good manners, honesty, hard work and good behaviour are all to be developed and nurtured by the efforts of the parents. Parents should see that their children prepare the lessons properly at home and devote at least two hours in the morning and two hours in the evening to regular study.
Parents are requested to go through the Handbook carefully, acquaint themselves well with the rules and regulations of the school and ensure that their children abide by them.
⦁ Parents are welcome to meet the Principal or the subject teachers concerned only on last Fridays of every month after the class hours, to ascertain the progress of their children.
⦁ When parent - teacher meetings are arranged, parents must attend them without fail, meet the teachers concerned and discuss their children’s performance.
⦁ They should check the Report Card and class test papers regularly, sign it and return it to the school within 2 days.
⦁ If a child finds it extremely difficult to cope with his studies, in spite of the efforts by the school and the parents, then, considering the interest of the child, parents must make alternative arrangements for his schooling in another system of education.
⦁ Parents are requested to make use of the school handbook, to send your suggestions or remarks to the teachers.
STAFF – PARENTS SESSIONS
⦁ The school conducts ‘open day’ twice an academic year.
⦁ The date for the same will be mentioned in the calendar.
⦁ Parents / guardians are requested to meet the principal, respective class teachers and subject teachers on the open day.
⦁ It is obligatory on the part of the parents to call the respective teachers personally to know about their wards.
⦁ For the benefit of Std. X, XI and XII students, special parent – staffs session will be conducted.
⦁ Every pupil must have a copy of the school handbook, which must be brought to school daily.
⦁ The authorities may enact new rules in future for the efficient management of the school. These guide lines are also to be followed strictly.