Code of Conduct:
  The school believes in discipline and firmness, slackness, disobedience and disregard of rules will not be tolerated and any work or action likely to lower the image of the school is regarded as a breach of the school discipline.

The school reserves the right to expel students whose diligence or progress in studies is considered unsatisfactory or whose conduct is harmful to other students. Immorality, insubordination or contempt of authority and breaking bounds are always sufficient reasons for immediate expulsion or rustification.

  • Parents are requested not to enter the classrooms to see their children or teachers during school hours without the permission of the Principal.
  • They are required to inform the school if there is any change in their addresses or telephone numbers.
  • Leave for day should not be asked for security reasons. In emergency, written permission must be taken from the Principal through the class teacher and the bus in-charge.
  • Children, when sick, should not be sent to school to attend tests/classes.
  • Attention of parents is drawn to the fact that criticism of the teacher or school in the presence of their children should be scrupulously avoided because it causes the students to lose respect for their teachers with the consequent failure to learn from them. It further retards their progress.
  • Parents are advised to grant pocket money very judiciously to the students. The pocket money should not exceed a rupee or two everyday.
  • Should there be any legitimate compliant, please meet the Principal at once or write in a separate letter addressed to her. She will look into these matters personally.
  • The report card is an important document and should be kept safely. If the report card is lost, a replacement will be made on payment of Rs.50/-.
  The management reserves the right to send away from the school any student whose conduct is against the moral tone of the school. The managements decision regarding the dismissal of student is final and Parents/Guardians who are applying for their wards admission to school are understood to have accepted this condition. The management also reserves the right to suspend a student from attending the school and to determine the period of suspension. The degree of damage caused by the gravity of the incident will be taken into consideration for taking a final decision.
  • Disciplinary grounds
  • Unsatisfactory progress in work
  • Repeated detention in the same class.
  Blue Card Students habitually or not properly dressed will be put on this card by the House Warden/Discipline In-charge.
  Red Card Careless and untidy work in academics leads to the award of a red card which has to be singed by the subject teacher on each day of the week during which the student is on the red card. If the progress during the week is satisfactory, the red card is discontinued.
  Yellow Card Serious offence which reflect adversely on a students conduct, e.g., breaking bounds, disobedience, telling lies, indicate the award of a Yellow Card which deprives the offender of availing any privileges in the school for a week. A student awarded a Yellow Card has to wear Yellow Shirt (provided by the school) for the whole duration of his/her punishment. He/she is not allowed to attend any programme, picnics or outing while on a Yellow Card. The award of three Yellow Cards in an academic year in quick succession may lead to the expulsion of the offender from the school on disciplinary grounds.
  Every student must have atleast 80% attendance to appear in any of the terminal examinations. Those who fail to fulfill this criterion for any terminal, will be debarred from that terminal examination and marked zero for the same in the mark sheet. Request from the defaulters in this regard will not be entertained. 80% attendance criterion is applicable to each of the two examinations separately. Benefits of having more attendance for a particular terminal examination will not be transferred to the other examination. However, prize for 100% attendance will be given on the basis of the total attendance in an academic year.
  In case a student remains absent for three consecutive days without permission after a long vacation or in the beginning of the session, his/her name will be struck off the School rolls. For rest of the session, absence for six consecutive days, without prior permission, will lead to the name of the student being struct off the Rolls. Re-admission will be purely at the discretion of the principal and that too, with full admission fee. A fine of Rs.50/- per day will be charged for every unexplained absence of a student from the school.
  A student who is absent for 15 days continuously without informing the school will be considered as having left the school and his/her name will be struck off the roll. Re-admission will be permitted after paying the full dues including re-admission fee if vacancy still exists.
  All students are expected to join the school on the notified date at the beginning of the school term. A fine of Rs.50/- is imposed for absence on the reopening date unless the Principal is informed before the end of the term which officially ends after the flag assembly on the last day. Parents and guardians will appreciate that absence during a term is not in the best interest of the students. They are asked not to apply for leave, if it can possibly be avoided. Leave may be granted to the students only on the following grounds :
  • In case of serious illness or death of very near relative.
  • For the condolence visits if the student is the only male member of the family and his presence is essential according to the custom.
  • To attend the marriage of his/her own brother, sister or brother/sister of either parent.
  • To perform the Tika ceremony of his sister, if he is the eldest brother in the family.
  Every absence (due to sickness or otherwise) must be entered briefly in non-attendance and leave record pages given in the diary and signed by parents or guardians.
  Parents are requested to send a leave application, if the student has been absent.
  A student suffering from any contagious or infectious disease is not allowed to attend school till he/she has fully recovered. On return to school, a medical certificate duly signed by a registered medical practitioner is to be submitted to the office.
  Quarantine period recommended for
  • Chicken Pox - 3 Weeks
  • Measles - 2 Weeks
  • Mumps - 2 Weeks
  • Conductivities - 1 Week
  • Typhoid - 3 Weeks
  • Jaundice (hepatitis) Depends on recovery.