general rules


1.      All the students should wear proper uniform on all working days and on all public functions.

2.      The school property must be taken care of and no students should scratch or spoil the desks or chairs or damage any school furniture or while or draw any thing on school walls.Any damage to the school property including ink stains should be made good by the offender.

3.      Damage done even by an accident should be reported at once to the class teacher or Principal. Any damage done will be made good by one who is responsible for it.

4.      No books other than the text book or the library books, be brougth to the school without the Principal permission money should neither be lent nor borrowed.

5.      The school is not responsible for the goods lost. it is not  advisable to bring valuable articles (Like expensive watches or fountain pens) to the school or to wear costly ornaments.

6.      Students whose progress in studies is constantly unsatisfactory or whose conduct is harmful to others, whose guardians   show the interest in the progress of ward would be asked to with draw themselves from school. Immorality grave in sub-ordination or contempt of authority is sufficient proof for immediate expulsion from the school.

7.      Students and Teachers cannot be called to phone during the  school hours. No student is allowed to use the phone except during emergency.

8.      Parents or guardians are not permitted to visit their ward or their teacher in the class-room. They should see them through the Principal or vice-principal.

9.      Students must get their progress card signed by their parents or guardian within five days of their receipt thereof.

10.    Exemption for mass P.T. can be given only on production of a medical certificate.

11.    No. students is allowed to leave the school premises without  the prior permission of the principal.

12.    Students should often use "Thank you", "Please", Excuse me","Sorry" etc. Whenever applicable

13.    No students should make fun of Old, the Poor, to less fortunate avoid vulgarity in talk. True nobility lays in kind, honest and sincere, gentleman in speech behaviors and action.