Guidelines to Students...

  • Students are requested to bring their diaries to the school every day. 

  • Students should reach the school at least five minutes before the first bell is rung. 

  • At the stock of first bell the student should move to their respective classrooms for attendance. 

  • After the attendance is over the students should come to the assembly ground in line with their respective class teachers. 

  • Students should be fully disciplined during the assembly time.

  • Students should always be neatly dressed, with their shoes polished and hair combed properly Students who are not properly dressed up will be sent back home. 

  • Boys should have a regular hair cut (except sikh)

  • Students should throw the bits of paper in the dustbin provided, not any where else.

  • Shouting, misbehaving, whistling and Quarreling is strictly pi ohibiteci.

  • Students must take care of the school property. Damaging school furnitiire windows, doors or writing on the walls will be dealt strictly. 

  • Students should not bring costly articles to the school. The school will not be responsible for the loss of any such item.

  • Students are advised to deposit the articles found in the school to the r class teachers. 

  • Students are required to keep the bicycles duly locked at the cycle stand and obtain a token for the same. The school will not be responsitle for any bicycle placed without the token any where else except the bicycle stand.

  • . Students are forbidden to any kind of borrowing or lending 

  • Parents are not permitted to visit the classrooms to visit their wards or take away thier wards during school hours without the written permission of the Principal.

  • To set standards of good conduct, the students should always greet the teachers and elders wherever they meet them.

  • . Any student found outside the school premises during schoc hours without permission will be rusticated for at least one week. Any repetition of this offence will result in expulsion of the student from the school. 

  • Presents or gifts to the teachers are not allowed on any occas.:

  • Spoken English is a mandatory subject from 5th onwards.

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