Library Rules

  • Students are advised to make good use of the school library. However, they are expected to observe all the rules and regulations of the school library.

  • No student is allowed to keep a book for more than a fort-night without permission. A student is permitted to take two books at a time, one English and one Hindi.

  • A student who loses or damages a book shall make good the loss. All library books should be returned two weeks before each examination.

  • Books, magazines, news papers etc. not approved by the school authorities should not be brought to the school.

  • Books, magazines, news papers etc. not approved by the school authorities should not be brought to the school.

Fee Rules

  • All fees should be deposited at the school counter or as directed from time to time.

  • All dues should be cleared before the Examinations and before leaving the school.

  • Those who do not pay the fees in time shall pay a fine, in addition to the school fees.

  • Students who fail to pay the fees for two months shall cease to be on the rolls.

  • Fees shall be paid for all the twelve months, irrespective of holiday and vacation. Fees once paid will not be refunded.

  • Parents wishing to withdraw their wards from the school should give one month’s notice or pay a month’s fees in lieu of the notice.


Every student is expected to be punctual and regular at all classes and school functions.

  • Every pupil is expected to be present when the school reopens after the vacation or when the new session commences. If a pupil is absent on the first three working days his/her name shall be struck off the rolls. In cases of emergency, parents are requested to inform the Principal in advance in writing.

  • Participation and attendance in the National Festivals, like Independence Day and Republic Day is a must. Every pupil must take part in school games and other activities unless declared physically unfit by a Medical Certificate or exempted by the Principal.

  • Irregular attendance, neglect of work, habitual lack of interest in school work, stealing, misconduct even outside the school premises, willful, repeated breaches of school regulations are sufficient reasons which make him/her liable to disciplinary action.

  • Minimum attendance for the final examinations is 80%of the total attendance of the academic session, including the attendance in the previous school, if the pupil is admitted on transfer. Any pupil falling short of the required attendance will not be granted promotion to the next class. Medical certificates are no guarantee for the consideration in promotion.

  • A leave note should follow every absence from school and parents/guardians should also briefly note in the diary the duration of and the reason for the absence. Those who fail to comply with this rule may not be allowed to join classes.



  • Parents are expected to co-operate with the school authorities in enforcing regularity and discipline. They should see to it that their wards prepare their lessons and take active interest in the activities of the school.

  • It is very much appreciated when parents respond readily and attend the Parents Teachers Meeting when it is held and other school events. It is only with the co-operation of the parents that the school can promote the all round development of pupils.

  • Parents are requested to foster in their wards habits of neatness and punctuality, qualities of politeness and courtesy of speech, good conduct, cleanliness of dress and person.

  • Parents/guardians are not allowed to go to the class rooms to meet their wards or teachers during school hours without the sanction of the Principal.

  • Parents/ guardians are to sign progress Reports or any other information when so required. Failure to do so will cause great mutual inconvenience

  • Private tuitions are strictly forbidden. Parents/guardians may not make private agreement for tuition with the members of the staff without consulting the Principal. If found necessary it will be allowed and arranged for by the Principal himself. No tuition will be undertaken by a teacher one month prior to the Final examinations.

  • Parents are requested not to send for their wards during the class hours except in cases of unforeseen circumstances of serious illness and in such cases someone from home with an application duly signed by the Parents must come to fetch the ward.

  • It has constantly been stressed by the educationists that co-curricular activities and hobbies enhance the personality of children and bring out the talents in them and make them aware of the large potentiality that is dormant in them. We have various activities in the school. What your ward is, and he/she can do will be discovered only in these activities, and you as parents play a great role in making it possible for both the school and your ward.

  • Parents/guardians are requested not to disturb the pupils while the school is on. In case of emergency, they should obtain a written permission from the Principal to meet the pupils/teachers.


  • All should be in the school premises before the school commences for the day. Late-comers may be debarred from entering the school premises/classes unless they come with a letter of excuse from the parents or guardians.

  • At the first bell all fall into line immediately. Pupils are expected to obey the captains appointed by the school.

  • While going from one classroom to another for special subjects, all shall move in an orderly manner, under the supervision of their teachers.

  • During recess, no pupil is to remain in any of the class rooms.

  • Pupils are not permitted to leave the school premises during working hours without the written permission from the Principal.

  • No pupils suffering from contagious or infectious disease shall be permitted to attend the school unless certified by the Doctor.

  • Pupils are responsible to the school authorities not only for their misconduct in the school but also their general behaviour outside. Any report of objectionable conduct on the part of any pupil (if on enquiry found true) will make him/her liable to disciplinary action. Hence, mis-behaviour in public places and conveyances is liable to the same action.

  • Gifts to members of the staff or other demonstrations in their honour, require the previous sanction of the Principal.

  • All pupils are expected to speak in the medium of instruction i.e., English in the school campus. This is for the benefit of the students.