• On class day and school functions pupil must wear the uniform prescribed for the season. Boys should come to school in clean and tidy. Pupils who are not correctly dressed and pupil whose general appearances does not conform to such regulation as the school prescribes, will be sent home as a form of punishment. If irregularity in school uniform or time to attend school exists persistently, the parents will be asked to withdraw their wards for disrespecting school rules.
  • Pupils who come late to school and those who have been absent on the previous day must bring a letter of explanation from the parents countersigned by the principal, to be tendered to the class teacher.
  • Pupils are strictly forbidden to leave the school premises during school hours. Permission to do so may be granted only by the Principal.
  • Irregular attendance, habitual idleness, neglect of homework, disobedience and disrespect towards the members of the school staff or bad moral influence, justify dismissal from school.
  • Pupils on their way to and from school are expected to deport themselves in responsible manner.
  • Pupils are strictly forbidden to introduce objectionable literature into the school or to make purchase from unauthorized dealers in or near the school premises.
  • During the absence of teacher from the class, pupils must obey the monitor appointed to maintain good order.
  • Any kind of damage done to the school property, furniture, electrical fittings etc. will be realized from the student responsible.
  • Parents are expected to co-operate in the work of the school, in particular, by enforcing regularity and discipline by evincing interest in their children‘s progress and extending their fullest encouragement to participate in co-curricular and extracurricular activities. Parents should check the school diary regularly.
  • Pupils are not granted leave outside the regular vacation period, except in case of illness. Pupils who do not join school on the day of re-opening after vacation are liable to forfeit their places.
  • A pupil who has been suffering from or who has been in contact with any infectious disease must produce a certificate (from a competent authority) that he may attend school without risk of conveying infection.
  • Only those pupils who have paid all school fees, including those due from the month of March are permitted to appear for the final examination for X & XII and the final examination for Nursery to IX & XI.
  • Only in exceptional circumstances should prevent tutors be employed with the prior permission of the principal. Teachers in the school are not permitted to give private tuition to the pupils of their own classes.
  • Ordinarily, a school diary is published under the authority of school each year. Any changes in the school rules are notified in the school diary. Each boy must possess a copy of the school diary and must bring it to school on every working day.
  • Duplicate copies of Transfer Certificate are not issued. In special cases such certificates will be issued after proof of verification of, on payment of Rs.200/-.
  • N.C.C. is mandatory for students of class XI, N.C.C. parades will be conducted as per school time table.
  • (a). If a boy is absent continuous for 6 days or in a split way for more than 8 days in a month, his name shall be struck off the rolls at the end of the month. Re-admission may be considered depending upon the academic performance, by charging the full admission fee once only. If the act is repeated he will NOT be granted readmission at all. This rule is being promulgated to maintain 75% attendance in an academic year as per I.S.C. regulations.
    (b). Pupils are required to take part in various co-curricular and extra-curricular activities and when required to do so, participation will be deemed compulsory by the school authorities.
  • Parents, relative guardians or friends are not permitted to meet the teachers, students or enter any class-room without the Principal’s prior permission.
  • (a). Driving motor vehicles inside the school campus by students is strictly prohibited. Since a driving license is an official document and your son has been issued one, the Date of Birth mentioned on it will be treated as authentic. Consequently, necessary changes will be made in the school rule records.
    (b). As per order of District Magistrate vide order No. T1/2001 dated March 2001, no student is permitted to drive in or out of the school campus on any motor vehicle, unless they are 18 year and above and have a valid driving license.
    If a student is caught by Traffic Police, violating the above mentioned rule, will face imprisonment for three months or a fine of Rs. 500/- or both.
  • Students must come in uniform whenever they enter the campus during school hours.
  • At the end of each month, when the school is in session parents are expected to enquired from the class teachers about their son/ward’s progress and the number of days he has attended the school/college.
  • In case a student is absent from school for a genuine reason, an application for the same, signed by parents should be sent to the principal.
  • Boys leaving the school premises during school hours without the written permission of the principal will be suspended with immediate effect.
  • In no case, is a boy allowed to bring a cell-phone to school/college. Any violation of this rule will result in the confiscation of the handset and no claim will be entertained thereafter.