* Students are expected to be regular in attendance and academics, obedient and respectful in their behaviour and should avoid malpractices in tests and examinations. If any student is found indulging in unfair means during examinations, he/she will be marked zero in that particular subject.

* Students must be in time for the Morning Assembly. Late attendance will be registered in the record.

* Students are not permitted to leave the classroom without apt and genuine reasons and written permission. If a student has to go home from school he/she must get written permission from the school authorities.

* Respect for school property is a moral obligation and any damage to it must be rectified by the student concerned.

* Caps may be worn only out in the sun.

* Chewing gum in the school premises is strictly prohibited.

* Objectionable literature, Mobiles / Smart Phones/ Smart Watches, Internet material and films – audio and videos, DVDs, Pen Drives, electronic gadgets  etc. are prohibited in school. Harmful and illegal material and substances are also prohibited in school. Violation of the same will lead to immediate dismissal.

* Children are not allowed to elaborately celebrate their birthdays in school by wearing coloured dress or by bringing cakes or other eatables etc., instead they may donate books for the class library.

* Students are not allowed to bring knives, paper cutters or large sized scissors to school under any circumstances.

* Forging a parent’s signature and changing marks or entries in report cards may warrant a suspension.

* Distribution of invitation cards for organized parties at hotels for which money is charged for entrance is not permitted.

* Distribution of pamphlets / advertisements is not permitted.

* No student can bring an outsider to school and arrange meetings or engage them to quarrel or fight with other students of the school.

* Bunking class or being found outside the school during school hours will be severely dealt with.

* Use of foul and objectionable language is unacceptable. Stealing of any kind is a serious offence.

* No collective petition of students will be entertained. However, personal grievances can be addressed individually to the Mentor, Class Teacher, HoDs, Asst.Vice Principal, Vice Principal or Principal.

* Smoking DURING SCHOOLING is a serious offense and will be dealt with strictly.

* Graffiti & defacing walls, desk S and toilets will be dealt with immediate dismissal.

* Possession and use of Mobile phones by the Students is strictly Prohibited. if found, The GSM will be conflscated and Will not be returned to the owner till the end of the Academic year.

* No Private Vehicle are allowed inside the school premises.

Behaviour / Attitude

* Students should not undermine the authority of those kept in charge.

* Students should be well behaved, respectful, honest and truthful.

* It is imperative that the students keep the classrooms and school premises neat and clean. They should use the bins provided for the disposal of litter.

* Clean, healthy and open friendship and respect for the opposite sex is appreciated. Boys and girls are not permitted to pair off and be seen in close proximity at any time in and around or outside the school campus. Parents of those violating this rule will be intimated immediately and the students will be liable for strict action.



* Personal neatness and cleanliness is appreciated at all times.

* Students will not be allowed inside the school campus if they are not in proper school uniform even on non-instructional days and for school functions. ONLY Class XII students may wear coloured clothes which are acceptable to the school norms, for Culturals.

* On P.E. days, PE uniform with white shoes must be worn. Sports attire and shoes must be worn during special training sessions. Girls must refrain from wearing shorts.

* Similarly, Scouts / Guides should wear their uniform on specified days. Students should come in proper school uniform during parent-teacher interactions.

* Nails should be clipped short and clean. Growing long nails and using nail polish are not permitted in the school.

* Short, neat haircut for boys with no fancy cuts or styles is permitted.

Beard or stubble is not permitted. Girls must tie up / plait long hair.

* Nails should be clipped short and clean. Growing long nails and using nail polish are not permitted in the school.

* Both boys and girls must refrain from using unusual hair colouring during the school term.

* Boys are forbidden to wear earrings, chains, bracelets or rings. Girls are permitted to wear small earrings and a thin chain with a single pendant. They are not permitted to wear bangles, bracelets, anklets and too many pendants.

Leave of Absence


* Students must be regular to school. If a student comes late to school three times a month, he/she is likely to be sent back home and marked absent.

* Leave of absence is granted only for valid reasons and with the prior written application of the parents.

* In the case of long leave, leave applications addressed to the Principal should be handed over in advance to the Class Teacher, who in turn will submit it to the Principal for ratification and further action. No leave apart from Visa changing, long medical leave of the student will be entertained. If the child doesn’t fulfil the criteria of 75% attendance due to long leave of absence, the child may be detained in the same class as per CBSE rules.

* All leave applications should be noted in the prescribed “Record of Leave of Absence” in the student diary. If a student is absent from school even for a day, it is imperative that the parent send a leave note addressed to the class teacher on the very next day, which will be filed for future reference. It is advised, the parent must inform the class teacher through a message or telephone on the day itself.

* Except for duly approved reasons, the extension of vacation is not permitted under normal circumstance. Perennial latecomers who have not intimated school authorities may run the risk of having their names struck off from the school roll.

* Applications for medical leave must always be accompanied by a medical certificate on the first day of attendance after the leave.

* A student who, for some unexplained reason has been absent for a month or more, is liable to have his or her name struck off without advance notice. If readmitted, he or she will have to pay all outstanding fees.

* Parents are requested not to send the children to the school for at least a fortnight if they are suffering from contagious diseases like Chicken pox, Measles, Mumps, H1N1, COVID 19 etc. and until they are medically fit. They should bring the necessary medical certificate of fitness to school and hand it over to the Class Teacher.


* The school does not accept responsibility for the loss of books, money, clothes, mobile phones, etc. Each child is responsible for his or her own things. Parents are advised not to allow their children to bring any valuables to school.


* No student may take private tuition in any subject from any member of the school staff without prior permission of the Principal.

 Collection / Gifts

* No fines or collections for any purpose whatsoever may be made without the previous sanction of the Principal. Similarly, the presentation of gifts to members of the staff requires previous sanction.

Code of Conduct

The school expects all students to maintain a high standard of discipline.

Being an English medium school, they are expected to communicate in English during school hours. They should be well mannered and considerate to the needs of others and courteous at all times. They should be dedicated to their academics and actively participate in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities of the school. Violation of any of the norms of conduct is subject to an appropriate form of punishment decided by the school. Serious offences such as immoral behaviour, indulging in physical fights / brawls inside and outside the school campus, and damaging or defecting school property and forgery can lead to suspension or dismissal. Prefects and Monitors together with the Staff are responsible for the discipline of the school.

Violation of the Code of Conduct

The school adopts a positive/constructive approach to the management of discipline wherein the students would willingly accept the norms of conduct of the school and commit to behave or act in an appropriate or desirable manner, leading to their academic excellence and overall development, rather than unwillingly complying with the rules because of the fear or threat of punishment. In spirit of this approach, the school would strive to create a teaching – learning environment conducive to encouraging self-discipline among students. The school would also make attempts to understand the causes of problematic behaviour among children, and counsel them appropriately. However, if the misconduct do occur despite the above measures, the school would be obliged to take punitive action for the purpose of deterrence and in the larger interest of the school / community.

Discipline committee has the authority to take the final decision on any discipline matter. Violation of the Code of Conduct prescribed by the school attracts appropriate punishment depending on the act of indiscipline