CODE OF CONDUCT FOR STUDENTS
Discipline is the law of nature. Inculcating discipline in children is one of the most significant aspects of education and is not confined to school alone. Parents too, must co-operate with the school in observing these norms/guidelines.
Physical Education is compulsory. Exemption will be allowed only on production of a medical certificate.
The school uniform should be immaculate, clean and smart, and should be worn on all working days and functions. Students should take pride in wearing the uniform.
Students on their way to and from the school, are expected to conduct themselves in a responsible manner. Being on the road in any mode of transport entails caution, care and attention to safety rules.
They should not write, scratch or engrave graffiti on desks, chairs and other surfaces.
They should not damage or remove things belonging to other students.
Damage done even by accident must be reported at once to the Principal/ Headmistress/Class Teacher. Anyone who notices something damaged must report the matter to any of the personnel mentioned above.
If a student causing damage to the school property is identified, he/she may be charged with a fine. In the event of collective damage to school property, the entire group will have to bear the cost of damages.
The school is not to be held responsible for the loss of personal belongings. It is not advisable for students to bring valuables to the school.
Running and shouting in the covered areas is strictly prohibited. While using staircases and corridors, all must keep to the left. Loitering in the lobby and the office areas is strictly forbidden even during recess.
No money collection for any purpose is allowed in the school without prior permission of the Principal.
Bus escorts are responsible for orderly behavior in the bus. They have been directed to ensure that only those students who hold a valid bus pass travel in the bus. Any unruly / undisciplined behaviour while travelling in the bus, will result in withdrawal of the bus facility.
Use of foul/ unparliamentary language is a punishable offence.
Using unfair means in a test or examination is a grave offence. A student who is found using unfair means will be awarded zero marks in the subject and will be issued a strict warning. Repetition of the same offence will result in his/her expulsion from the school.
Students are not permitted to carry cellular phones or any electronic gadgets to the school. Such items may be confiscated permanently.
Crackers, fireworks, firearms or any other inflammable material are strictly prohibited inside the school premises. Students caught with any such item may be rusticated.
Irregular attendance, unjustified or unexplained absence from school, habitual late coming, leaving the school premises without permission, disobedience and any type of unruly and objectionable behavior are considered to be grave acts of indiscipline on the part of a student. It can lead to his/her expulsion from the school.