Students are bound to observe the General regulations and other Rules of Discipline of the school. They are also bound to observe the regulations which the Management may frame from time to time. In particular, their attention is drawn to the following:

  1. Every working day from Monday to Friday commences at 8.00 a.m. and concludes at 1.55 p.m with a lunch break of 20 minutes. i.e. 10.50 a.m. to 11.10 a.m.  On Saturday working hours will be only in the morning session i.e. 8.00 a.m. to 11.30 a.m. 
  2.  Students should be present in their respective classes at 7.45 a.m. for study period. No student should be found loitering about or idling away the study period. 
  3. School General Assembly on Monday and Thursday.   Students who do not attend the School Assembly will be marked absent for the first session.
  4. When the attendance roll is called, each one must rise and answer to his/her name.
  5. Playing or shouting inside the school building is not allowed. A student is not permitted to enter any classroom other than his own, without permission.
  6. Punctual and regular attendance is insisted upon. Leave of absence from School must be applied                                  for previously in the form supplied in the handbook. Should the absence exceed three days,  notice must be forwarded to the H.M.
  7. Absence without leave from tests and examinations and at the time of reopening of classes after the holidays shall be viewed seriously.  In case of illness, a medical certificate shall be produced.
  8. Students are not permitted to leave the school before time either during the morning or afternoon session unless leave is requested by the parent or guardian personally for valid reasons.
  9. Irregular attendance, insubordination to teachers, habitual inattention to school work, obscenity in word or act are sufficient reasons for the temporary or permanent dismissal of a student.
  10. The school does not hold itself responsible for the student’s conduct outside its premises. However it takes cognizance of any serious misconduct of its students committed outside its precincts and should any serious charge be fairly substantiated, the guilty shall be punished accordingly to the gravity of the offence.
  11. Progress Records will be issued after the I Semester Examination.  They shall be returned to the class teacher duly signed by the parent or guardian within three days of their issue.
  12. The prescribed School Uniform should be worn, along with I.D. Card on all days by the students. Mass P.T. Uniform should be worn by all the students Std.I – X on Thursday.
  13. Students found not wearing prescribed uniforms, hairstyles will be fined Rs 250.
  14. Mobiles confiscated from students will not be returned till the closing of the academic year.

         A) For Boys :  i) Grey shorts with white striped shirt of prescribed pattern for Nursery and for Std.  I to VII with School Logo on the shirt pocket.

                  ii)  Grey Full pants of prescribed pattern with loops (1½”) for the belt and white striped shirt (Std.VIII – X) with School Logo on the shirt pocket.

                  iii)  Low-waist/pencil fit shorts/pants will not be permitted.     

                   iv)  Growing hair in unpermitted or unusual hair styles will not be permitted.

              B)  For Girls :  i)  Grey pinafores with white striped blouses of prescribed pattern with School logo on the pinafore for Std.I – VII.          

                    ii)  Salwars for girls of Std.VIII to X.  (Grey and white striped top and plain grey pant with grey   colour coat)                    

iii)  All students compulsorily should wear the prescribed uniform including shoes, school socks and ID Card. This is in order to foster noble values of oneness and equality among the students and avoid unwanted distractions to the study environment of the school. To wear any other attire/items other than those prescribed the students/parents need to take permission from the H.M.

                    iv) Wearing headscarves, shawls, caps, etc. are strictly restricted within the school premises.

                   (v) Girls must tie their hair in two plaits with black rubber band or black ribbon. Having unusual hair styles and curls will not be permitted. 

                   vi)  Wearing tights / shorts as innerwear for girls Std.I – VII is compulsory. 

(vii) Wearing Colour dresses / distribution of sweets, pencils or any other things on Birthdays is not permitted.

  1. Students should wear only black sandals during rainy seasons and black Gola Shoes for the 2nd Term compulsorily. Wearing of school socks for boys and girls is compulsory.
  2. Camera, Cell phone, Books, Magazines, Newspaper and Articles not approved by the Headmaster / Headmistress should not be brought to the school.
  3. The use of tobacco in any form, eating ice-cream, ice-candy, chewing gum or other eatables within the school premises is forbidden.
  4. Students must possess a copy of the school Hand Book which is to be brought to class on all working days.  They are not permitted to tear any page from the hand book.  Students are expected  to speak only in English within the School premises.  However those found speaking in vernacular languages will pay a fine of Rs.100/- 
  5. Students must equip themselves with a complete outfit of everything that is necessary for their studies.  They must use their own materials and be responsible for their safety.  The school cannot make itself responsible for books, money, clothes, Tiffin boxes, water bottles, umbrellas and  other articles that are lost.
  6. Complaints like not bringing the needed books, projects or any other school work, improper Uniform etc. are discouraged.
  7.  Students must take care of the school property.  Damages should be made good.
  8. Attendance at Value Education classes and Examination is obligatory to all students.
  9. Indiscipline, misconduct of the students in the vans and auto rickshaws should be taken care of by the parents.
  10.  Students must not join any club or Society or make any engagements outside-school that would interfere with their studies without the permission of the Headmaster / Headmistress. They are not allowed to play in any team against the school or play for any clubs or association outside the school.
  11. The Catholic students are expected to participate whole heartedly in the annual retreat, children’s Mass, Confessions and other events organized by the school.
  12. At the beginning of the morning and evening sessions all must stand and pray devoutly.  They shall stand respectfully for the School Anthem in the morning and National Anthem at the end of the session.
  13. Students should adhere to the discipline of the school whole heartedly.  They should follow the bells scrupulously, particularly the bells rung after the recess and the break both the forenoon and afternoon.  They should never leave the school premises during these intervals.
  14. Attendance at classes and examinations, academic progress as well as the conduct of the students will be taken into consideration while recommending the students for Merit Certificate, Concessions,  Scholarships and free-ships.
  15. Cleanliness of the classroom and school premises is also essential for the proper and smooth functioning of the Institution.  Therefore students should keep their classrooms, corridors and the playground clean and tidy.  Dustbins should be used to throw the waste.
  16. Students who participate in competitions conducted outside the school and win prizes should bring the prizes to the H.M. for announcing within 2 days from the date of the competition failure of which these prizes will not be announced in the school.
  17. Students should bring their drawing books, colours etc. to the Art class.  Two exams in drawing will be conducted during the year and Grades will be entered in the Progress Report.  Drawing of diagrams, maps etc. will be taught in these classes.
  18. The school cannot declare any holidays without the order from the Education Department. In case of unexpected strikes, bandhs or any other holidays announced in the T.V. or Newspapers parents should decide to send their children to school or not.  Do not hold the school responsible for the inconvenience caused.