General School Rules

Any communication to be made by the parents should be addressed to the Principal/ Director and not to the class teacher. All correspondence from the school to the parents must go through the Principal.

Parents should sign the progress report and return it to the school within three days. If this report is lost, a replacement will be made only after payment of the same.


  • Students should come to the school atleast 5 minutes before the bell rings for assembly. Any student who in found late, for more than once in a month, will be fined.
  • The school is not responsible for the loss of articles or money belonging to the students.
  • Students are not allowed to bring with them costly materials or any item of Jewellery. The school authorities will not be responsible for its loss.
  • Parents, will please attend to the cleaning of teeth regularly, trimming of hair and nails properly.
  • The school uniform is to be worn on all school days. A student who is slovenly dressed may be sent back home.
  • Servants who bring lunch of the students are not allowed to enter the classrooms or verandahs. They should wait near the gate and hand – over the lunch to the maid or gate – Keeper at gate duty.
  • The Principal/Director has the full authority to issue Transfer Certificate to a student whose parent is found indulging in activities detrimental to the smooth running of the school.
  • No collection for any purpose, whatsoever, shall be made in the school without prior permission of the Principal/Director.
  • Students who come to the school in the care of servant should never leave before the servant arrives. In case of delay, they should report to the school office.


  • They should take good care of their health and keep robust and strong.
  • They should always be friendly with others in and out of school.
  • They should be decent in talk and behaviour.
  • They should accept whatever work is assigned to them as their rightful share.
  • They should always be ready to lend a helping hand at home to their parents, brothers and sisters; in school to teachers and companions and unattended visitor they happen to meet in the school premises.
  • They should never cheat or be unfair.
  • They should be truthful, whatever be the cost.
  • They should never be cruel. They should know the trait of the bully, while kindness is hte mark of gentleman.
  • They should never hesitate to say ‘NO’ when asked or tempted to do a thing which they know to be wrong.
  • They should take pride in wearing their school uniform.
  • They should be brave and courageous and should express themselves freely, but with politeness.