(1) Parents are personally responsible for their wards to the school and also for having taken custody of their wards at the dismissal from the school on every school day.

If parents send wards to school through their representative (i.e. driver relatives, other domestic servants) they should in timate to the school authorities regarding the same with proper identification of the representative.

The school will not be liable for the safety and welfare of student particularly if a student leaves the school premises with in 30 minutes after dismissal every day.

Students on their way to and from the school are expected to depart themselves in are responsible manner. Conduct that is injurious to the discipiline and the god name of the school s liable to bring about suspension or expulsion of the offender.

Students are forbidden to leave the school premises during school hours without permission of the authority.

During the absence of a teacher from the class room the student must obey the monitor to maintain good order.

Parents are expected to co-operate in the work of the school in particular by enforcing regularity and discipline by showing interest in their children’s progress and by extending the fullest encouragement for the students extra-curricular activities.

In order to encourage a good standard of English, this language must be spoken at all times within he school campus. As a further opportunity for practice, reading magazines and books written in good English should be encouraged.

9. The Principal may punish a student in a manner suited to the offence, by detention or physical punishment or suspenstion or expulsion from the institution without assigning any reason.

10. Moral turpitude, Writing on the wall and roads, defiance of authorites, willful damage to the school property will attract explusion from the school without any previous warning.

Parent Teacher Interaction:- Education is a combined endeavor of parents and society along with the teaching community. The Institution has succeeded in developing an active organization of the parents. The school organizes PTM on a regular basis.

It is compulsory for parents to attend the PTM. They cam meet teachers and know the progress of their wards. If needed, they can even discuss the individual problem of their children and put forward their valuable suggestions.


(1) Buttons, leaking fountain-pens impoverished shoes etc . Lead a Boy or a girl to adopt slip shop habits. Remarks pertaing to the above are noted in this diary which parents must acknowledge so that re medical measures may be taken .

tudents should put in minimum of two and half hours of study at home in order to finish home work and other assignment. Home work be done neatly and completed each day and parents should maintain constant touch with the student studies.

Parents/guardians and other persons should not visit the classes or meet the teachers during class hours without the approval of the Principal.

The school is not responsible for goods lost Parents/Guardians are advised not to let the students bring valuable pens, watches, gold chains/bangles and other such articles to school.

In a school, fighting or hitting out amongst children although a feature, is reprehensible, such cases should be promptly reported to the Teacher/Principal so that corrective action taken immediately.

 Parents/Guardians are requested to check their wards school diary everyday for homework allotment and remarks that may have been made to be conversant with all the rules of the school.

Parents/Guardians must personally visit the school for parents teachers meeting which is held every month and to receive the report cards and meet the teacher to discuss their wards progress. Parents who do not do so indicate their disinterest in their wards progress, Any complain by such guardians will not be entertained.

No. books (other than text books ) newspaper of periodical or any pamphlet or printed materials etc., can be brought to the school without the approval of the Principal.

Fines may be imposed by the Principal for irregularity indisciplined, or any damage caused to school property.


Every student of the school shall comply with the rules of conduct to the satisfaction of the Principal.

Disobedience, misconduct, misbehavior or failure to comply with any of the rules shall be severely dealt with. Parents/guardians are presumed to have agreed upon to the rules when their wards are admitted to the school.  They thereby undertake to submit to the normal enforcement of the same to the satisfaction of the Principal whose decision shall be final and binding.

In order that each student may enjoy the full benefit of the facilities placed at his disposal, he has to abide by the rules of conduct of the Higher Secondary School. They are designed solely to safeguard the student’s welfare and privileges and those of her / his fellow students and are framed for the safety and well-being of the students.

Every student shall comply with the rules and regulations of the school in order that (s) he may benefit fully from the educational programme, activities and facilities at her / his disposal.

  1. 1. All students on the school campus are responsible and answerable to the staff and Principal for their conduct and academic progress on campus.
  2. 2. Students should not bring to the school cell phones and other electronic gadgets or toys, magazine, periodicals, pen drives. The same will be confiscated if found.
  3. 3. All students are required to carry in person, the identity card which they are bound to produce on demand by the :
    a. Watchman at the main gate,
    b. Librarian at the time of issuing books.
    c. Clerks at the time of payments, issuing of forms or any other enquiry regarding identification of the students.
    d. Teachers of the School in or outside the class.
    e. All staff – Teaching and Non-Teaching – is authorized to check Identity Cards.
  4. 4. Students must not attend classes other than their own without the permission of the teachers concerned.
  5. 5. Students are required to conform to the grooming standards of the institute such as correct uniforms, shoes, hairstyles, etc. They are expected to behave with decorum to follow the regulations of the Higher Secondary School and pay due respect to the faculty and other officials. Conduct, inconsistent with general good order or persistent neglect of work or failure to respond promptly to official notice, may be punished with dismissal.
  6. 6. Loud talking, loitering or congregation in the corridors is a source of distraction and annoyance to others and is strictly prohibited.
  7. 7. Students shall not do anything either inside or outside the premises of the school that will anyway interfere with its orderly administration and discipline.
  8. 8. No student should communicate any information to or write about any matter dealing with the school administration to the press.
  9. 9. Any damage to school property by writing of graffiti on the school walls, doors, furniture, etc is strictly prohibited and will be considered as breach of discipline. Any acts of such vandalism will be strictly dealt with and the person involved will have to pay for the cost of repairs / replacement, as the case may be. Students involved in such acts will be immediately fined and / or asked to do community service.
  10. 10. Students should take particular care to be punctual at all lectures. Absence from lectures must be justified in writing and if prolonged illness is the cause, a medical certificate must be submitted. Absence from any one lecture will be considered as absence for the full day. Students falling short of 75% attendance, both before and after submitting the application for examination will not be allowed to appear for the final examination conducted by the School or by the Board.
  11. 11. Students should be regular for all lectures /practicals.
  12. 12. No student must remain absent from a term examination. In case of illness a medical certificate must be submitted not later than four days from the first day of absence of the student.
  13. 13. No student should be in the Canteen or in the Corridors during lecture hours. Loitering on the campus is strictly disallowed.
  14. 14. It is obligatory on the part of students to read the School Notice Boards every day. Failure will not be a valid excuse for non-compliance thereof.
  15. 15. No student should invite any outsider to attend Higher Secondary classes or functions without the previous permission of the Principal.
  16. 16. No person shall be invited to address a meeting at the premises without prior permission of the Principal. At any meeting, it is binding on all students to get the subjects proposed for discussion approved previously and such a meeting shall be held under the supervision of a person authorized by the Principal.
  17. 17. Students will not be allowed to meet visitors during class hours. In urgent cases, the prior permission of the Principal should be obtained.
  18. 18. Letters received by the students at Higher Secondary School address will not be delivered to them. Students are expected to give their residential address to their relatives and friends.
  19. 19. Students applying for certificates, testimonials etc. and those requiring the Principal’s signature on any kind of document or application should contact the Head Clerk. No document must be brought directly to the Principal for signature without it being checked in the office.
  20. 20. Smoking / Consumption of alcohol is strictly prohibited in the school premises.
  21. 21. Students are expected to actively participate in all co-curricular activities such as seminars, drama, debates, excursions, sports, etc. They are also to attend major annual functions.
  22. 22. Students are not authorized to make any monetary collection for whatever purpose, in Higher Secondary School without permission of the Principal.
  23. 23. All important announcements will be exhibited on the school notice board, from time to time, and it is the duty of every student to see the notice boards every day. Failure to take not of such announcements shall not be valid excuse for non compliance thereof.
  24. 24. The school staff room is exclusively meant for the use of the staff wherein the staff is able to fulfill their duties and obligations without any distractions or obstruction. Students should not unnecessarily enter the staff or indulge in conversations in the staff room.
  25. 25. Any rules and regulations, in addition to the above, notified separately from time to time by way of circulars and/or notices will be binding on the students.


Restriction of Mobile Phones in School – K to 12



(1) Every student is expected to be on time daily for the school assembly before the commencement of class.

(2) No student who is late or has been absent on the previous date be admitted to the class without the permission of the Principal or those authorized by the principal. Absence must be explained in a note in the school diary signed by the parent or local guardian in the page provided for absence up to 3 days only Failure to do so may result in the student being sent home.

In case of absence for more than seven continuous days a leave application must be submitted to the Principal office.

Any student returning to school after an infectious disease or illness should produce a medical certificate permitting him/her to attend the class.

(5) If any student is absent more than two months without any written information, it will be considered he/ she has leaved the school. school will deactivate his/ her name. for the re- activation he/ she has to submit proper cause.