Rules and Regulations for Students
RECOMMENDATIONS TO PARENTS
- Parents are expected to co-operate with the school authorities in enforcing regularity, punctuality and discipline. They are to ensure that the children prepare their lessons and take an active and helpful interest in school activities.
- Parents are particularly expected to sign on the message, progress reports and other similar documents when so required. Failure to do this may put their children to great inconvenience. They should also keep a watch on the reports in the school calendar. Explanation for absence should be written in the school calendar only.
- Parents and guardians are specially requested to notify the school of any change in their address or telephone number.
- While communicating with the Head of the school, parents are requested to mention in their letter the class and section of their children.
- Parents/ guardians and others are not allowed to see the pupils or seek interview with the teachers during school hours unless allowed by the Head of the school.
- Parents are requested not to send their children to the school if they are suffering from any contagious or infectious disease.
- Parents are particularly urged to see that their children come to school dressed in clean, tidy and full school uniform. They will provide them with necessary reading books, exercise books, pencils, erasers etc.
- Parents are advised to apply one week in advance for obtaining any certificate from the school. The application should have full details of the students such as Name, Admission number, Class, Section etc. along with the required fee.
- Girl students will not wear gold ornaments during school hours.
- Parents are exhorted to send their wards to school either on foot or by bicycle. Other modes of conveyance such as automobiles are to be avoided at all costs for the safety of their children and for a cleaner environment.
- Parents are advised not to go to their wards’ classes without prior permission from the school authorities.
- Parents are to ensure that their wards bring their Tiffin along with them in the morning itself.
RECOMMENDATIONS TO PUPILS
Do's - It is the duty of every student:
- To become an educated and cultured citizen and to do the greatest possible service to our country.
- To study diligently and be punctual in attendance. Success is possible only if a pupil studies at least three to four hours a day at home. Silence, solitude, fervor and perseverance are indispensable conditions for success in studies.
- To obey the instructions of the Principal, Vice-principal, HM and teachers without question.
- To come to school with all necessary text books and writing materials and be duly prepared for the lessons. To come to school clean, well groomed and neatly dressed. Pupil coming without full uniform or dressed in a slovenly manner will not be admitted to the classroom.
- To keep his/her place clean and tidy in the classroom.
- To enter the classroom and take his/her place immediately after the bell rings to enter and leave the classroom only with the teacher’s permission.
- To sit upright during the lessons not to lean on his/her elbows or slouch to listen attentively to the teacher’s explanation and other pupil’s answers and not to talk or let his/her attention stray.
- To stand up when the teacher or Principal, Vice-Principal/HM enters or leaves the room.
- To stand to attention when answering the teachers and sit down only with the teacher’s permission and to raise his/her hand if he/she wishes to answer or to ask a question.
- To take accurate notes in his/her assignment books and show these notes to his/her parents. To do all homework unaided.
- To be respectful to the Principal, Vice-principal/HM and teachers and greet them politely and courteously.
- To be polite to elders and to behave properly in school, on the streets and in public places.
- To protect school property, to take care of his/her personal things and belongings of his/her school mates.
- To be attentive and considerate to old people, small children, the weak and the sick, to give them a seat in the train or bus or make way and be helpful always.
- To obey their parents and to help them in taking care of younger brothers and sister.
- To carry the calendar with him/her always and to present it upon request to the Principal, Vice-principal/ HM and teachers.
- To cherish the honour of his/her school and class and defend it as his/her won.
- To avoid going to washroom during class hours except for very special reasons.
- Not to move about the premises or be in any other classroom that is not his/her own.
- Not to leave school premises without prior permission.
- To be kind to animals and plants and take care of the environment.
- To observe silence in library.
- To eat healthy food and avoid junk food.
- To use water judiciously and turn off the fans and lights when not needed and before leaving the class room.
- To participate actively in CCA, cultural programme, national functions etc.
- To speak truth and be honest.
- To respect the national anthem, national song and national flag.
- To report the incidents of bullying or acts of indiscipline which hurt others to the teachers immediately.
Don’t - The following acts and conduct on the part of the students will amount to misconduct
- Misbehavior towards teachers or any other employee of the school.
- Intentional disturbance of classes.
- Absence from classes without the permission of the teacher/ Vice-Principal / Principal
- Bullying / intimidation of others.
- Eve-teasing / misbehaviour towards girl – students
- Damaging / disfiguring school property.
- Propagating a strike / disruption of classes.
- Association with banned organization.
- Propagating communal / caste feeling amongst the students.
- Indulging in physical violence in any manner.
- Disobeying lawful orders of the teacher / Vice-Principal / Principal
- Bringing unauthorized people / articles inside the school.
- Theft / pilferage of school / student’s property.
- Any behaviour unbecoming of a student.
- Indulging in acts of moral turpitude.
- Intentional disturbance of classes.
- Coming late / not submitting journals, assignments and monthly reports on time.
INFORMATION SPECIFIC TO PRE-PREPARATORY AND PREPARATORY CLASSES
- Pre-Prep/Preparatory classes will run in two shifts. The duration of each shift is 2 hours 30 minutes for preparatory and 2 hrs for Pre-Prep classes respectively.
- Last working day of the month will be holiday for Pre Prep and Prep.
- Each month’s syllabus will be given to the parents in the first week of the month.
- Note books and other materials of each student will be kept by the teacher in the classroom. So they need not carry all the things to school every day.
- Preparatory students will be assessed continuously through an informal procedure there will not be any formal exam for them.
- Progress card will be sent to the parents three times in an academic year (September, December & March).