Regulations

Students are expected to demonstrate an increasing self-discipline with age and to exercise the freedom given to them responsibly. They should treat all members of the student body and all adults with respect and politeness. They should show gentleness and courtesy to their companions and elders. Refinement of manners, uprightness and self restraint should be the characteristic of every student of the school. Good manners and polite behaviour is a part of education.

Regular attendance at school is in the interest of the student. It builds up a sense of devotion to duty and a habit of regularity and discipline. The students should arrive on time to school. There is a procedure for checking the late comers. Parents' co-operation will be much appreciated to ensure punctuality.

Students who have been absent from class, must have the reason entered in the Regularity Record in the School Calender, stating briefly the cause of the absence or delay. Reasons of a private nature may be submitted in a letter. Leave notes need to be duly signed by the parents or the guardians of the children whose specimen signature is given in the school diary and countersigned by the appropriate school authority.

A teaching atmosphere is necessary for good teaching. So no outsiders are allowed to visit the classrooms or the teachers without prior permission. Any other activity that does not pertain directly to the actual teaching of the school programme can only be allowed with the explicit permission of the Principal.

Pupils are responsible for the safe custody of their books and belongings which must be marked clearly with their names. The school does not hold responsibility for the loss of any belonging of the pupils.

Any damage to the school property must be remedied by the person responsible for the damage.

Students are forbidden from bringing transistors, radios, mobile phones, tape recorders, cameras and costly jewellery. No books, periodicals or magazines of any kind other than school and library books may be brought to school.

Use of tobacco material, smoking or drinking in the school campus is strictly forbidden.

Any complaint or suggestion regarding pedagogy, curriculum etc. should be made to the teacher concerned or to the Principal.