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1. We expect all our students to conduct themselves in a dignified manner at school and out of school. They shall be polite in speech, courteous in manners, neat and in clean clothes.

2. We expect our students to graduate successfully from school as God fearing, loving, competent and service minded young men and women, ready to take their rightful place in the society.

3. Attendance on the re-opening day after each vacation is compulsory. Pupils should be in school ten minutes before the commencement of the morning and after-noon sessions.

4. At the stroke of the bell the students should fall in line for the school assembly, in silence.

5. Pupils should keep their classrooms and school premises neat and clean.

6. Students should speak in English in the school premises.

7. Pupils shall not bring to the school magazines, books any other materials of low standards.

8. Attendance at co-curricular activities and drills is compulsory.

9. A written note from the principal is required for a student to return home for any valid reason (or to leave the school premises), during class hours.

10. The following will result in the dismissal of a pupil from the school: Causing damage to school property, persistent absence, continuous neglect of duties, serious disobedience and disrespect to any staff member, malpractice during tests and examinations and other unbecoming behavior in and out of school.

11. Pupils should be responsible for the safety of their belongings and are advised not to bring costly articles to the school.

12. The management reserves the right to amend or change these rules and regulations or introduce new ones according to need and for valid reasons.

13. Any student failing twice in the same class will not be allowed to continue in the school.

14. Every student should bring Handbook to the school daily


1. Parents and Guardians are requested to co-operate with the school in the moulding of their children by enforcing regularity and discipline at home and showing genuine interest in their progress. They are requested to ensure that their children/wards devote a minimum of 3-4 hours daily, for home work, and home study.

2. It is recommended that parents and guardians call on the principal at least once in a term on any working day except Saturday between 4.15 p.m. and 5.00 p.m. to enquire about the conduct, progress and attendance of their children.

3. Parents/Guardians should sign in 'ink' all reports and even class workbooks when required. They should check the school Handbook daily and make sure that Home Work is done before the children are sent to School.

4. A progress report showing the academic performance of the student child with suggestions for improvement will be sent after each tests/examinations. The report should be signed by the Parent/Guardian and returned to the school within three days of issue. Progress reports of 'poorly performing' students will be personally collected by the parents from the principal so that, the principal can inform them about the short comings of their children and suggest corrective measures.

5. Communications (requests/complaints) from parents/guardians should be addressed to the Principal.

6. Parents should encourage their children to participate in various school activities.

7. Parents desirous of withdrawing their children during the course of the academic year should submit application for T.C. in writing at least 30 days in advance. Fees for the whole year is payable before T.C. is issued.

8. Transfer certificate will be issued only after all dues to the school are cleared and library books and other school items returned.

9. Parents/visitors are not permitted to the staff room at any time.

10. It is compulsory on the part of parents/guardians to attend the Parent-Teacher meetings.

11. Parents / Guardians, of children of Pre KG to Standard II are required to meet the class teacher once a month to acquaint themselves with the children's progress.

12. Parents/Guardians are advised not to visit their children or meet the teachers during class hours without the permission of the Principal.

13. Organizing social functions, long journeys, pilgrimages etc. involving your child on school days, should be avoided.

14. Failure of parents to meet the principal or the staff members promptly whenever called may lead the student being sent home.

15. Any damage to any school property due to carelessness or negligence of any student(s) the parents of the concerned student(s) will have to pay the cost for the replacement of the equipment/property damaged.


a) Sending anonymous letters which serve no purpose. They should meet the principal in person to discuss problems faced by them or their wards or to give any practical suggestions for improvement.

b) Sending relatives or tutors or family friends to collect the reports or to meet the Principal or teachers when they themselves are asked to come in person.

c) Visiting the school to meet the principal or teachers or their wards at times other than the prescribed time unless a serious situation requires such a visit.

d) Applying for leave for their wards for reasons that do not warrant it or giving false reasons for the same.

e) Engaging private tutors should be avoided unless it is absolutely necessary to give the child extra coaching. In such cases, the principal should be consulted first. It has often been found that these children do not have any initiative and they depend on others for everything, which is harmful for their complete development.

f) Paying tips to the school peons and ayahs is strictly prohibited.


1. Whenever you correspond with the school about your son/daughter, kindly quote his/her full name, class and section and admission number.

2. All communications should be addressed to the Principal.

3. Parents should inform the school whenever there is change of address and telephone numbers, without any delay.

4. No child will be allowed to leave the school premises before the class gets over unless permission is granted in writing by the principal.