The children need to come to school on time. The children are expected to be in
school 5 minutes before the school time.
Attendance and Absenteeism
It is important for students to have a minimum of 80 % attendance for the entire
It is mandatory for students to attend the first (1st) and the last day of school
(i.e. before and after every vacation). If for some unavoidable reasons they are
unable to do so, a written permission needs to be obtained from the Principal
before the child can attend the academic session.
For any other day of absence the parents should submit a written explanation in
If sick leave is being mentioned and it is for more than 3 days, the parent should
submit a doctor's certificate.
When a long term absence is anticipated, parents/guardians should obtain written
permission from the Principal.
A student's personal appearance is the responsibility of the student and the parents, but is of
vital concern for school, especially when the appearance or personal grooming habits are
disruptive to the functioning of the school.
Administrators reserve the right to make decisions concerning appropriate dress.
Students should present themselves neatly and well groomed.
Students should maintain high levels of personal hygiene.
Any extra attire beyond uniforms-including jewellery sunglasses, hats, scarves,
bandanas,stocking/skull caps, sweat/sports bands, long earrings, chains, pendants,
rings or bracelets, fancy watches/ expensive watches, bangle etc. will not be permitted.
Girls may wear simple studs or small thin round earrings.
Ribbons/hair bands must be white.
Hair should be worn neatly and plaited or worn in two ponytails if below shoulder length.
Nail polish or long nails or mehndi application on hands will not be allowed.
Colouring of hair will not be permitted.
Boys are not permitted to wear earrings or ear studs.
The hair should be cut short and not fall over the collar or over the forehead.
No fancy hairstyles will be allowed.
Colouring of hair will not be permitted.
Behaviour and Ethics
All students are responsible to the school authorities for their behaviour both in and
outsidethe school. Any indiscipline on the part of the students shall render them liable
Fighting, bullying, creating disturbances, denying use of facilities to others, and/ or
acting in such a manner as to risk injury to others, using threats or intimidation against
others, theft orany other unlawful activity will not be permitted.
Students must respect the property of others, including keeping all books, facilities,
equipment and other materials used in the school in good condition and refrain
fromdamaging school property and/ or the property of others. No student should
scratch or spoil the desks or chairs school furniture or fixtures, curtains, etc.; write or
draw anything on the walls or in any way damage things belonging to others.
Things Not To Be Carried To School
Expensive and flashy items like fancy watches, jewellery, pens, etc.
Electronic items like IPods, Cellphones, Discman/ Walkman, PSP, Game boy
CDs, CD Players, Hand held video games and other gadgets and gizmos.
Toys, balls, and sporting equipment .
Inappropriate books, magazines, cassettes, etc. with racist, communal or obscene
literature or images.
All students are held responsible for their own behaviour. When a student needs to be
disciplined for violating school rules, the intervening staff member may take action
depending on the severity and/or nature of the behaviour by informing the authorities.
Parents of students, who are found repeatedly misbehaving, will need to be called in
by the In charge authority to discuss the problem. If the student continues to
misbehave and show aggressive behaviour, the parent may be asked to withdraw
the child from the school.
Cell Phone Policy For Students
Students are generally not permitted to carry cell phones to school. However, in case
any student needs to carry one for any specific reason – which has to be intimated to
the school and submitted to the class teacher as the child enters the school premises.
It will be returned at the end of the day when the child will leave from school.
The school will not be responsible for any loss or misplacement of the cell phone in
If any cell phone is found with the student during school hours, it will be confiscated
due to non-compliance of the cell phone policy, and not returned under any
circumstances. Disciplinary action will be taken as deemed fit by the school
No requests, applications, parent meetings or appointments for the same will be
The decision of the school authorities will be final and binding.
Fees will be received in the school office between 9.00 am and 11.30 am. (Mon to Fri).
Fees may be paid quarterly, half yearly or for the whole year.
Fees are to be paid before the 15th of the month.
Students of Class X should pay fees up to May, by 15th of January.
Failing to provide reliable information of absence of a student for one month his/her
name will be struck off from the roll.
No Leaving Certificate can be issued until all dues to the school have been paid in full.
Must pay quarterly fee in case if he/she applies for L.C. after 30th April.
Parents must keep punctuality for the payment of fees. Kindly avoid expecting a fee payment reminder from the school
Admissions and Withdrawals
A candidate who joins from Jr. Kg to Std I has to produce a Municipal Birth Certificate
in support of the date of birth which will be retained by the school.
Every application for Leaving Certificate shall be made by the Parent/Guardian in the
prescribed form available in the school office. It should state the reason for the
student leaving the school and proposed date of leaving.
The intended withdrawal of a student should be notified in writing at least a month in
advance by the Parent/Guardian otherwise the student's name will continue to be on
the register and the corresponding fee will be charged.
The Management reserves the right to admit or retain a student in their school.