- Every Student should carry his/her school diary to school each day.
- Students should be habitually clean and always neatly dressed. The school uniform should be worn on all working days and for
all school functions and for Parent Teacher Meetings also. The P.T. Uniform from Stds I to V must be worn on specified days only.
- Repeated failure to comply with the school's uniform regulations may result in the offending pupil being sent back home.
- With the exception of a pair of stud earrings for the girls, pupils are not permitted to wear any jewellery in the School. This includes expensive watches, bracelets, rings, necklaces, lockets etc. In case of loss of such items, the school will not be responsible.
- Personal hygiene and neatness are essential. Girls should not have lice in their hair.
- Girls are instructed not to grow/paint finger nails and to ensure the hair is styled in a manner befitting pupils in school. The painting of hands, with mehendi is not allowed.
- Boys are instructed to ensure their hair is neatly/evenly trimmed and maintained above the level of the collar and above the ears.
- Chewing gum is forbidden in school.
- Sharp instruments, Mobile phones, Walkmans, C.D's, books and magazines of objectional nature should not be brought to school. Bringing drugs, narcotics or any type of medicines which cause nausea, fainting, unconsciousness or loss of memory should not be brought to school.
- Exploding crackers or splashing colours during Diwali/Holi in the school premises is strictly forbidden. Non compliance of these instructions can result in expulsion from the school.
SCHOOL PROPERTY :
- Care should be taken to keep the School clean at all times. Litter must be disposed off in the bins provided for this purpose. Pupils are not to deface desks/chairs/walls or damage any School Furniture. Even accidental damage must be reported to the Class Teacher and must be made good by those responsible. Each Class is responsible for all class property.
- Damage to property will have to be made good by the STUDENTS OF THE CLASS.
- Deliberate and wilful or repeated damage to the School Property would be viewed as a major misconduct. The parent concerned will have to make good the damage. Further, depending upon the severity of the damage and or repetition of the vandalism, the parent would on request have to withdraw his ward from the school or the student would have to face expulsion.
- Our students should observe polite manners wherever they go. They should always remember that the school is judged by their conduct. They should greet their teachers when they meet them. Bullying and use of foul language are punishable offences.
- The school reserves for itself the right to terminate the schooling of students with unsatisfactory progress in studies or WHOSE CONDUCT IS A BAD PRECEPT FOR OTHERS.
(A) IMPORTANT :
- The School administration reserves all rights to order withdrawal of a student in case of :
- Acts of gross indiscipline.
- Having contacted an incurable disease .
- Communicable and highly contagious disease.
- Non- payment of fees and non-clearance of dues .
- If the student fails to come up to the academic standard of the class or if he/she fails twice in the same class.
- If the information provided at the time of admission is found to be incorrect.
- Children having any disability.
- Misbehavior of a parent with a teacher or school-staff would empower the School Management with the right to strike the name of the child off the rolls of the School.
IMPORTANT : COMMUTING :
- Parents are requested to make necessary arrangements for the return of their children from school. Students who may happen to be left behind after
school hours should report the matter to the maid servant or darwan of the respective buildings; who in turn will send them to the administrative
building. Here according to the prevailing circumstances, alternative arrangements may be made, or telephonic contact will be attempted or the child
would be asked to wait for the parent. In no case should the child leave the premises without an escort to his/her home.
- Children having to wait for private transport should stay within the compound of their building They should show respect and obedience to
the darwans and gatekeepers of the building, who are there to ensure their welfare and protection. At no time should the children play or loiter,
on the road. Any disregard in this matter will compel the authorities to impose disciplinary action even to the extent of suspension for a fortnight.
- VERY IMPORTANT : It has been noticed that students coming by rickshaws, autorickshaws, pvt. buses do not report to school on time. Even
after dismissal vehicles do not reach on time to collect your ward as a result students are found wandering about on the main road. Due
to lack of space they are often forced to hang forcefully adjusted and sit in precarious positions on the vehicle which is extremely
dangerous and may prove to be fatal. Parents and guardians are requested to take care so that their children leave the school premises on
time that is just after dismissal to avoid unwanted incidents or accidents. The school Management will not bear any responsibilities in case
of any untoward incidents taking place.
- Bearing in mind the safety and welfare of your ward you advised to make use of an independent and outside agency Ganesh Ram Utility Services Pvt.
Ltd. who has been serving the school students for the past few years.
- Children who are sick with any contagious disease such as chicken pox, whooping cough, measles, mumps, sore eyes (conjunctivities) or any skin infection should not attend the school. They may be allowed to sit in their classes only after a medical fitness report issued by a registered doctor is presented. Sick Children should not be sent to School during any exam. Promotion to the next class will be given on basis of their past exams.
PRIVATE TUITIONS :
- Private tuitions are NOT ENCOURAGED. If, however, a child does require private tuition, it should be done with the approval of the HEADMISTRESS/ASST. HEADMISTRESS in writing. Stern action will be taken against students found taking private tuitions without prior permission from the Headmistress.
- Courtesy and respect must be the key aspect of a pupil’s behaviour.
- Pupils are expected to treat All Members of the Staff and visitors with respect. They should always remember that the school is judged by their conduct. Disrespect and disobedience may result in suitable disciplinary action.
- No compensation to be given if a child has any injury in school after class hours i.e. broken limbs etc.
- It is the duty of the parents to see that their child/ward does not come to school on an empty stomach. He/she must also be given some tiffin everyday.
FIRST AID :
- In case of minor injuries the School will provide first aid. If the student at the time requires expert medical care, efforts will be made to notify the parent and if necessary/possible the school will make the required arrangements of sending the child to the doctor or to the hospital and the parent will be required to reimburse the school for the expenses incurred.
- PARENTS/GUARDIANS OR RELATIVES, TUTORS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO MEET PUPILS OR TEACHERS DURING SCHOOL HOURS. KINDLY CONTACT THE SCHOOL AUTHORITIES IN CASE
OF EMERGENCY. DIRECT CONTACT WITH THE TEACHERS IS DISCOURAGED VERY FIRMLY. PARENTS ARE NOT PERMITTED TO GO TO THE CLASS ROOMS OR LOITER IN OR OUTSIDE
THE BUILDINGS ESPECIALLY DURING ASSEMBLY OR AFTER ASSEMBLY.
CHANGE OF ADDRESS :
- Change of address, should be notified directly to the Headmistress in writing under receipt at the earliest. Unless otherwise advised in writing, the address given in the Declaration form at the commencement of the academic year will be treated as the address for future correspondence.
STUDENTS RESIDING IN HOSTELS :
- In the event of a student residing in a hostel, the parent must submit a letter to the Headmistress/Asst. Headmistress authorising the Hostel Superintendent to act as the immediate local guardian and be empowered to communicate with the school and vice versa on all matters pertaining to the student and the school. In the event of failing to execute the letter of authority the School will communicate with the parent directly. The School will not be responsible for any inconvenience, delay or lapses arising thereof. In case of a student residing in a private hostel parents are required to inform the school authorities in writing of the same and also to authorise the Hostel-in- charge to attend Parent-Teacher meetings etc. A copy of the letter of authorisation should be submitted to the office.
- N.B. : The School will not be liable for the consequences arising due to failure to do so.