Monday to Saturday - 8:30 am to 12 noon. Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays.

Rules Of Conduct


Students should wear school uniform on school days and functions. On P.T. period days and National days, the special P.T. uniform should be worn.

  • Irregular attendance, unjustified absence, habitual idleness, disobedience, or objectionable moral influence justify dismissal. Running, playing, or shouting inside the School Building is prohibited.
  • Any kind of damage done by pupils to the School equipment, furniture, building, etc. will have to be made good. Fines may be imposed with the Principal’s sanction.
  • Students are expected to be in their classrooms by the first warning bell. Proper decorum is expected during prayers and the National Anthem. Latecomers will be dealt with strictly.
  • During the absence of the teacher, the Monitor will be responsible for the order and discipline of the class.
  • When students move along the corridors, as when changing classes, they must walk in silence and a single line. The teacher in the class should be the last to leave.
  • All should be particularly careful not to throw paper, seeds, etc, anywhere on the school premises. They should use the baskets and dust bins especially provided for this purpose.
  • No collection for any purpose whatsoever is to be started in the school and no meeting, demonstration, party, or picnic may be held without the previous sanction of the Principal.
  • No books(other than text or library books) news-papers, CDs, or periodicals may be brought to the school premises without the Principal’s permission.
  • The School cannot make itself responsible for books, money, clothes, and other articles that are lost. Students must look after their things. Pupils shouldn’t have much money or valuable articles or gold ornaments with them.
  • Every student should endeavor to keep up the high tone of the school by excelling in good manners. Hence for the smooth running of the school, no student should bring to school any objectionable material to prove the source of the disturbance. E.g. Crackers, water pistols, balloons, thin polythene bags, colors, etc.
  • No child will be permitted to bring razor blades, knives, or other lethal objects to school. The use of pencil sharpeners is recommended.
  • The attention of pupils and parents/guardians is called to the following rules of discipline from Rule 56 Chapter II Section VIII of the Grant-in-AidCode.
  • “Heads of the school shall see that the principles of discipline are properly observed. Regularity and implicit obedience should be insisted upon. Politeness and courtesy of speech and conduct, as well as cleanliness of dress and person, should be inculcated.”
  • “Pupils should realize that they are responsible to the school authorities not only for their conduct in the school but also for their general behavior outside. Any reported or observed objectionable conduct outside the school on the part of the pupils should make them liable for disciplinary action.
  • “A pupil who fails twice consecutively in the same standard is liable for disciplinary action.”
  • Parents or guardians are given to understand that they cannot dictate to the management and that the management has a right to say on what conditions they will admit or retain pupils in their school, provided such conditions are in conformity with the code and instruction issued by the Director of Education, or the Education Officer concerned from time to time. Pupils shall not take part in any political activities.
  • Any pupil who is persistently insubordinate or repeated or willful mischievous or is guilty of malpractices in connection with an examination or has committed an offense of serious indiscipline and/or misbehavior or who in the opinion of the Head of the school has an unwholesome influence on his fellow pupils, may be expelled permanently or removed for a specified period by the Head of the school from the rolls and reasons thereof recorded in writing.
  • No half days will be given to children except when sick.
  • No leave of absence is granted except on previously written applications from parents or guardians and then only for a valid reason. Absence Without leave is liable to punishment either in the form of a fine or any other form at the Principal’s discretion.
  • If a student is absent without leave, he/ she must on return bring a note written on the special page provided for the purpose in the calendar and signed by the parent/ guardian without which the student will not be admitted to class.
  • No student is allowed to leave the school premises during school hours.
  • Attendance on the 1st day of the school is compulsory after every vacation. A fine will be levied for the days of absence. Similarly, no one is allowed to leave for vacations earlier than the closing day, without written permission from the Principal. A child could be fined for the same.
  • In the case of longer illness (more than 2 days) school, the authority should be informed and medical certificates should be produced.
  • Repeated Absence for Feasts, Weddings, etc., render the student liable to punishment.
  • The main purpose and objective of the school are to make your child a good, diligent, and honest student. The responsibility for this lies jointly with the parents, teachers, and the students themselves.
  • Parents/ Guardians are expected to co-operate with the school authorities by enforcing regularity and discipline, by seeing that they do their studies, and take an active and helpful interest in the activities of the school.
  • The conduct and application of the student are stated in the School calendar. Parents/Guardians are expected to go through the calendar to keep themselves informed about the child’s progress and also duly sign all the reports. Failure to do this may put the children to great inconvenience and render them liable to be sent home.
  • Private tuitions are strongly discouraged. No tuitions may be taken from the teacher who teaches the pupil’s class.
  • Parents/Guardians and other persons are  not  allowed to see the students or meet the teachers without the permission of the authorities
  • Withdrawal of your children from the class for mere social functions is not recommended, as it retards their progress in school and minimizes their respect for regular hard work.
  • As the medium of instruction is English, children should be encouraged to speak English both in school and at home.
  • If a pupil is likely to be absent due to illness for more than 2 days, the Principal must be informed at once.
  • Parents/Guardians or other persons are NOT allowed to see the students or interview their teachers during school hours without the sanction of the Principal. As the Staff should be seen preferably in the “off” periods an appointment with the staff concerned should be arranged beforehand, permission being obtained thereto from the Principal.