Rules and Regulations

School Timings
Primary School (Std. 4 to 7) 07:00 AM to 12:00 Noon
High & Higher Secondary School (Std. 8 to 12) 07:00 AM to 12:40 PM
Pre-Primary School (LKG to Std. 3) 12 NOON to 05:00 PM

As common color for both - Boys and Girls.
In Winter, sweaters can be worn of any color.
Shoes are not compulsory.
I-Card must be hung.

Rules for Paying up the fees
Fees are to be paid as per information given in the pemplate. Those who do not pay their due fees in time will not be allowed to appear for the examination unless prior permission to pay later is applied for in writing by the parent concerned.
The payee must recieve the reciept at a time on paying the fees. Otherwise the one is responsible for the same.
Full fees are to be paid even if the pupil remains absent for the whole month.
Pupils of the lower classes should not be entrusted with the payment of the fees.
Fees once paid will not be refunded at any cost.

Rules & Discipline
A pupil has to be present in School regularly during School hours. For remaining absent due to some legitimate cause, Principal's permission is to be obtained in advance.
ny pupil who has not obtained the previous sanction of the Principal for remaining absent has to present himself on the day he attends the school with parent's note or with parent himself / herself.
The parents will be informed if the child remains absent each and every day. Yet, the regular absentee's name is liable to be cancelled the next week.
If a student remains absent due to some sickness, the parent has to inform the School authorities about it. The parent has also to produce Doctor's certificate regarding the sickness. While joining the School, a fitness certificate from a qualified doctor has to be produced.
A pupil has to bring daily with him, approved text books, notebooks, workbooks, compass box and daily diary. Any one continuously violating these rules is liable to be dismissed from the School.
The following activities, either in the class or in the School premises, are prohibited...
To chit chat, to look out during lectures, to loiter, spoil other pupils' clothes, damage the School furniture, apparatus and walls, to shout and utter vulgar phrases, to whistle, to write vulgarity on walls, to run here and there with a view to playing mischief etc.
Under unavoidable circumstances if the timing is changed the pupils will be informed about it and they shall be bound to follow the changed timing.
A pupil has to remain present in the School premises ten minutes before the actual working starts.
To attend each and every period is compulsory.
If an occasion arises that the pupil has to go earlier than the scheduled leaving time he has to produce a note from his parents and then after obtaining oral permission from the principal, the pupil can go home early.
To bring the I-Card to the school is compulsory.
School lessons, work assigned in connection with co-curricular activities, home work, written work are compulsory.

All pupils will be under the direct control of the monitor appointed in the School.
During the absence of the teacher he/she will maintain silence and discipline.
He/she can engage pupils in academic activities with the help of clever pupils.
He/she may also direct pupils to do writing work, if any.
Under no circumstances he/she shall allow any pupil to leave the class.
The monitor will be appointed by the class-teacher.

Except any exemption / remission from school, wearing of school uniform is compulsory.

Damage to the School property
The parent shall be responsible for the damage done by his/her child and he/she has to compensate the losses caused, according to the decision by the management and the Principal.

Behaviour in the School
A pupil has to behave with his/her classmates in a spirit of co-operation, tolerance and comradeship.
A student has to respect the school teachers and shall have to obey their instructions.
No pupil will be allowed to enter the school with lethal weapons. If a pupil is found in possession of a harmful weapon he/she would be suspended.
A quarrelsome pupil will be dismissed from the School without assigning any reasons.

Behaviour outside the School
No behaviour causing disrepute to the School, even outside the school premises, will be tolerated.
No pupil will help organizations carrying on destructive activities. He cannot help directly or indirectly such persons or institutions.

Malpractice during examinations
No malpractice should be effected or should be aided. A pupil who is found guilty of breaking this rule shall not be allowed to appear in the subject, if he/she is found guilty and in the subsequent examination.

Rules to be followed by the Parents / Guardians
The parents have to see that their ward is sent to School in clean and proper uniform.
Parents should not send their wards with costly articles to the school. The school shall bear no responsibility in case such a costly thing is lost or stolen. The pupil shall be responsible for his personal and private articles.
If a student would be suffering from any contagious disease during examinations, the parent should submit a medical report. Re-examination would be declared later.
Accidents during experiments, accidents due to monkey tricks with electric supply, accidents during tours & picnics, accident on the playground, accidents due to damage to the building, shall not be the responsibility of the School or the School management.
During School's academic work, co-curricular activities or changes in time if any accident is caused to the pupil outside the school premises neither the management nor the school shall be held responsible.
A pupil suffering from contagious disease will not be admitted in the school.
A parent has to submit his specimen signature to the school. Only that signature will be taken as valid in case leave note is sent.
Monthly reports, examination results, presence in the school and medical report should be obtained from one's ward and should be signed to be returned to the school. In case such an information is not given by the ward to the parent, he/she should contact the school authorities. He/she shall have to undertake a reform programme for hislher ward. A parent refusing to co-operate in such an activity, is liable to lose admission of his/her ward from the school.
In case of damage to the class room and school property, the cost will be collected from the parent of the pupil causing such a damage.
If the defaulter causing damage to the property is not caught, the damage shall be recovered from the entire class.
A parent, who has accepted to follow the rules of the school, shall have to co-operate in activities of the school. A parent violating these rules and who shows a quarrelsome attitude shall have to take away his/her ward from the school. If he/she fails to do it willingly then the ward will be rusticated from the school by the authorities.
Subjects fixed for public examination by the school will not be changed under any circumstances.
Complaints from son/daughter/ward should be brought before the Principal. No other teacher should be contacted in this respect unless the parents are allowed to establish such a contact by the authorities.
To obtain the school leaving certificate, parents have to submit a written application at least 24 hours in advance.
The school leaving certificate shall be issued within seven days from the date of receiving the application.
If there are dues to be recovered from the pupil who has left the school, unless those dues are paid, no leaving certificate will be issued.
Any parent asking for a duplicate leaving certificate shall have to submit in writing the details about the lost original certificate and the circumstances responsible for the loss with a minumum charge of Rs. 50. If such an explanation is not deemed satisfactory, the parent has to obtain an affidavit from the court with magistrate's signature.
Examinations conducted by the school, and other tests are compulsory for the pupil. Under special circumstances the parent has to apply giving satisfactory or legitimate reasons for such an absence during the exam/test.
Sudden illness during the school hours or outside the school premises, under no circumstances shall be deemed as school's responsibility.
If a pupil is either reported or found to be a drug addict or found to be in possession of drugs he/she is liable to be dismissed.
I have read, understood, all the rules and I / my son / daughter / ward promises to follow them in letter and spirit. They have been very clearly explained to me by the authorities.

Study at home and Parents' co-operation
Parents will surely agree that a good amount of serious reading at home is required for success. They, therefore, will see that their child reads at least for two hours at home every day.
Pupil's Progress Report is to be filled in by themselves in the given printed progress report every month.
Parents are expected to read those reports and the examination result also.
Parents must make a file of the given reports, papers, vali paripatra from school, etc. given by school and bring them when called for Parents Meeting.
They should form the habit of discussing the problems of their child with the Principal occasionally by taking prior appointment. The staff should be contacted, if necessary, after school hours.

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