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Rules and Regulations Regarding Regular Class Attendance
  • Regular class attendance is a must for satisfactory and successful academic results. As such, parents and guardians are required to compulsorily submit a written leave application and obtain an official sanction by the Principal before the leave is actually availed of.
  • Leave application submitted after the leave has been availed of shall be treated as invalid and unacceptable.
  • In case of emergency Parents/Guardians must inform the Principal of the same at the earliest.
  • Any student who remains absent from school without a proper leave application shall have his/her name struck off the school rolls after a period of 7 days. On re-admission, a re-admission fee of Rs. 1000/- will be charged. Also Rs. 100/- per day will be charged as “Absence Fine “at the time of re-admission.
  • A re-admitted student again remaining absent for more than 7 days will not be eligible for re-admission again.
  • It is mandatory for every student to be present on the closing and reopening day of the school just before and after the holidays and vacations.
  • In order to become eligible for taking the Unit Test and Terminal Examinations, each student must have a minimum of 90 % class attendance during the working days falling just before the Test or Examination.
  • Date – Sheets for Unit Tests and Examinations are final and unalterable. As such, Parents/Guardians must not approach the School Authorities for any change in the same because such request will not be entertained under any circumstances whatsoever.
  • Students will not be allowed to leave the school premises during class hours except, perhaps, in case of an emergency and at the sole discretion of the Principal.
  • A Doctor’s certificate/prescription is mandatory with all sick leave applications.
Rules and Regulations Regarding School Uniform

Summer Uniform For Boys

  • Bottle Green Shorts (upto std. V)
  • Bottle Green Trousers (for boys of std. VI to X)
  • Light Sleeved Shirts
  • Bottle Green Patkas for Sikh Boys
  • School Belt
  • Green School Socks and Black Bata / Liberty Shoes

Summer Uniform For GIRLS

  • Bottle Green long-pleated skirts
  • Half sleeved light grey blouses
  • School belt and socks
  • Black Bata / Liberty shoes and bottle
  • Green Ribbons / Half-Bands

P.E. Kit for P.T. Days

Summer For Boys

  • White Shorts (upto std. V)
  • White Trousers (for boys of std. VI to X)
  • White half Sleeved Shirt
  • White Patkas for Sikh Boys
  • School Belt
  • White Socks with Green stripe
  • White fleets only

Summer For Girls

  • White long-pleated skirts
  • Half-sleeved white blouses
  • White ribbons/hair-bands
  • School Belt
  • White Socks with Green Stripes
  • White Fleets Only


  • Chappals / Sandals are Strictly Prohibited.
  • White Leather shoes/ sports shoes are also not allowed.
  • Children are exempted from wearing school ties from April to September.

Winter Uniform For Boys

  • Bottle green trousers
  • Full-sleeved light grey shirts
  • Bottle-Green Patkas for Sikh Boys
  • Green school pullover
  • Grey woollen socks
  • School tie and belt
  • Bottle green woollen caps (optional)
  • Black Bata / Liberty shoes
  • School blazer (compulsory for all)


  • Bottle Green long-pleated skirts
  • Long-sleeved light grey shirts
  • School tie, socks and belt
  • Green woollen scarves/ribbons/bands etc
  • Long grey woollen socks
  • School pullovers and School blazer (compulsory for all)

P.E. Kit for P.T. Days.

For Boys

  • White Trousers
  • White Full-sleeved Shirts
  • School tie & belt
  • White patkas for Sikh boys
  • White woollen caps only for others
  • White socks with green stripes
  • White fleets only
  • Green school pullovers and school blazers.

For Girls

  • White long-pleated skirts
  • Full-sleeved white blazers
  • White ribbons/head bands
  • White woollen scarves
  • School tie and belt
  • White socks and green stripes
  • White fleets
  • Green school pullovers and blazers


  • Jewellery/cosmetic items like necklaces, nose rings, bangles, finger rings, nail polish etc. are strictly prohibited. Only thin wire like earrings for girls will be allowed.
  • Colourful scarves/caps/head gear is not allowed and will be confiscated if students are found using the same in the school premises.
  • Rubber chappals/sandals etc. are also strictly prohibited at all times. In case of foot injuries/ailments etc. students should be confined to their homes till the time they are able to put on their socks and shoes again.


  • Parents/Guardians must ensure that their wards are provided with a sufficient number of uniform sets and that the school uniform regulations are scrupulously followed by their wards at all times.
  • The School uniform must be spotlessly clean and well ironed. Shoes must be well polished and shining. Socks and other uniform items must never be torn or threadbare.
  • Only School shades of the uniform will be allowed. Bottle green school blazer is compulsory for all students of all classes during the winter months.
  • School Pullovers must also be of the approved colours and design. Multi-coloured jackets, wind-cheaters, parkas etc. will not be allowed. Parents must teach the importance of cleanliness and neatness of person to their wards and should note that shabbiness or untidiness of dress or person at any time shall be considered a punishable offence.
  • The school does not recommend any specific shop or shops for the purchase of text-books, stationery and uniform items. Parents and guardians are free to purchase the same from the open market
Rules regarding school fees/dues
  • School Fee for new students includes a one-time Registration Fee at the time of registration, a one-time admission fee at the time of admission, monthly tuition fee and Annual Charges. School fee for old students includes only the monthly tuition fee and Annual Charges to be paid at the commencement of the New Session in the month of March / April.
    Capitation free/donations of any kind are strictly prohibited in this institution.
  • Annual Charges form a very important component of the school fee, is paid annually at the commencement of the new session and it includes expenditure incurred on each student under the following heads during the full Academic School Year.
  • Annual Charges include:
    Expenses incurred on the conduct of 2 Unit Tests and 2 Terminal Examinations, during the session, sports, library and medical dispensary expenditure, ID cards, smart class, cctv cameras, round the clock security, sms services, school app services, school's website development and maintenance, fee-booklets, study materials, work-sheets, circulars and notices, school functions and cultural activities, contests, and competitions round the year maintenance of school building and equipment, RO water coolers, silent genset, staff annual increments and annual insurance of all students and school staff, conduct of seminars and orientations programmers for students staff and parents,construction activity and purchase of new equipment for all-round development of the School.
  • School's Tuition Fee is to paid on 3 monthly basis in the designated bank on production of fee-booklet at the bank's payment counter.
    The last day for payment of school dues is the 10th of the month of payment without surcharge. From the 11th onwards a surcharge of the 350/- per month will be levied on all fee-defaulters. Parents/Guardians are free to deposit school fee for any number of months if they so desire.
  • Three times fee defaulters in the financial year will be issued school leaving certificates at the end of the session.
  • All fee heads are non-refundable and non-transferable.
  • In case of chronic fee default, school reserves the right prohibit entry into the class room and examination hall, and withhold reports cards, certificates etc.
  • It is the duty of all Parents/Guardians to ensure that the School Fee is paid on the time. Do please understand that the school cannot continue to provide education and other school facilities to your ward(s) in case school dues are blocked knowingly with mala fide intentions.
Rules Regarding Examination, Tests and Promotions
  • An Academic Session of the school is divided into 2 terms viz. The First Term is from March to September followed by the First Terminal Examination also known as the Half-Yearly Examination. The Second Term is from from September to February followed by the Annual Examinations. Apart from these two Terminal Examinations, there are two Unit Tests conducted in the months of May and December each year.
  • Promotion to the next higher class will be granted after considering the overall performance of the child throughout the year.
  • Students whose school dues have not been paid or who have arrears of fees will not be allowed to take the Tests and Exams.
  • The Date Sheet of Tests and Examinations once announced will not be changed under any circumstances whatsoever. It is, therefore, in the interest of the Parent/Guardian to organize their social/domestic functions/ affairs accordingly.
  • The minimum pass marks for each subjects is 40 %. A pupil failing in English and/or more than two subjects and having less than 40 % marks in the aggregate shall be detained and will have to repeat the class.
  • A student must obtain 90 % attendance at the end of the session for being eligible to appear for the Unit Test and Terminal Examinations (except, perhaps, in cases of emergency).
  • Students, who absent themselves during Tests and Examinations on filmsy grounds and without valid medical and leave applications shall be marked absent and no credit will be given to them in those subjects while calculating the Final Results.
  • There will be no re-tests or re-examination’s under any circumstances whatsoever. The decision of the school's Examination Committee with regard to promotion shall be final and binding on all.
  • Report Cards of students will be shown to parents only on the Result Declaration Day within the timings specified for the purpose.
Rules and Regulations School Timings
  • Summer Timings : Std. I to XII – 7.35 AM to 1.30 PM
  • Winter Timings : Std. I to XII – 8.35 AM to 2.30 PM

Note :

  • At times due to extreme weather conditions there may be a change in the school timings for which parents/guardians will be given prior written intimation.
  • It is mandatory for all students for all students to be present in the school premise 5 minutes before the morning bell goes on. (see rule no. 6 below).
  • Attendance at the morning assembly is compulsory for all students.
  • After the morning assembly is compulsory for all students.
  • After the morning bell is rung the school gate will be closed and late comers will be sent back home.
  • Parent/Guardians are not allowed to step inside the class room during class hours for meeting either their wards or the teachers. This is a very important regulation.
  • School Vans are available for transport of children. Although adequate care is taken for the safety and security of the children at all times, the school, however, is not responsible for any kind of mishap.
Rules Regarding Withdrawal from school
  • A written Withdrawal Notice, addressed to the Principal is mandatory from the Parent/Guardian of the child being withdrawn from the school.
  • The Withdrawal Notice must be submitted in the school office along with a T.C. Fee of Rs. 300/- at least one month before the child is actually withdrawn from the school. School leaving Certificates cannot be issued on the spot or at short notices.
  • School leaving Certificates for Classes I to IX must be obtained by the 31st ogf March. In case Withdrawl Notics is tendered in the Month of April, full fee for that month will be charged before a T.C. Can be issues. Thereafter, Rs. 50/- per month will be charged along with the T.C Fee. After a laps of 12 months T.C will not be issued.
  • All School dues and arrears of fee will have to be cleared before the S.L.C. is issued by the School Authorities.
General Rules and Regulations
  • Bad behaviour or use of rough, crude and abusive language is prohibited both inside and outside the school premises. Please note that bad conduct will be a just cause for dismissal from school.
  • Running, Playing, jumping on furniture, yelling and shouting inside the classrooms and corridors is not allowed. Silence must be maintained inside the school building at all times.
  • Crowding in the corridors or entering other classrooms is also strictly prohibited.
  • Any kind of damage done on the school premises to any item of school property will have to be borne by the defaulting student concerned.
  • All Students must immediately go to the class rooms once the morning bell goes signaling the start of school hours, in the morning and after recess.
  • Latecomers in the morning, who miss the class attendance, or the morning assembly, will not be allowed inside the classrooms without the Principal’s permission.
  • Parents/Guardians must ensure that all the books and notes copies of their wards are covered neatly and their school bags are arranged daily according to the days’ time table. Children must be trained not to forget any text books/notes copies etc. for that day.
  • Parents/Guardians are expected to ensure that their ward(s) attend the Remedial Classes organized by the school from time to time. They are also required to meet the subject teachers at least once in a month to learn about the progress of their wards.
  • Good handwriting is the hallmark of an educated person. As such Parents/Guardians should make it a point to always encourage their ward(s) to have a neat and legible handwriting.
  • This school is very particular about personal cleanliness and adherence to the prescribed school uniform. Students found violating these rules will be duly penalized.
  • The school does not accept any responsibility for the loss of books, money, clothes, valuables etc.
  • Each child is responsible for his/her own belongings.
  • Weekly test copies must be signed by Parent/Guardian regularly otherwise marks will be deducted from the next Test.
Rules for the School Library
  • Library Books will be issued and returned as per the rules framed by the school authorities.
  • Books will be issued only for a specified period of time.
  • Only one book will be issued at a time.
  • A late fine of Rs. 10/- per day per book will be charged till the return of the book to the school library.
  • The student must point out any damage or mutilation in the book(s) before getting them issued, otherwise the damage will be charged in his/her name.
  • Tearing, writing, scribbling underlining or folding the corners of the pages of books will be considered as damage done to them.
  • Students losing books or damaging the same will be required to replace them or pay the sot of the books lost or damaged.
  • All the library books issued to the students must be returned before the commencement of Unit Tests/Terminal Exams and Clearance Slips shall be obtained for the same by the student.
Laboratory Rules

The school has well-equipped laboratories to facilitate experimental works for the various branches of Science. The following rules are to be followed by all students in the laboratories –

  • No equipment/apparatus is to be taken out of the laboratory without the written permission of the Principal.
  • Any damage to the equipment during the practical will be borne by the student(s) concerned.
  • All the items from the laboratories must be returned before the commencement of the Annual Examination and clearance certificate obtained from the science teacher concerned in order to be eligible for the Examinations.
School Assembly

The school conducts a Morning Assembly which is compulsory for all the staff-members and students. The Programme for the Morning Assemble is as follows –

Meditation And / or –

  • School Prayer and Song
  • Devotional Songs
  • Thought of the Day
  • News Headlines
  • Quiz on different subjects
  • Extempore 2 minute speech on a particular topic relevant to school education
  • Talk by a teacher on moral values
  • Principal’s address followed by Prayer