Rules to be borne in mind by parents and pupils as laid down in the Secondary School Code (1979) Rule 56.

  1. Pupils should realize that they are responsible to the school authorities not only for their conduct in the school but also for their general behavior outside. Any reported or observed objectionable conduct out of the school on the part of pupils shall make them liable to disciplinary action.
  2. Parents/guardians are given to understand that they cannot dictate to the management and that the management has a right to decide on what conditions they will admit or retain students in their school, provided such conditions are in conformity with the Grant-in-Aid code and the instruction issued by the Department of Education.
  3. Students should not take part in any political activity.
  4. Irregular attendance, unsatisfactory application to studies, persistent insubordination, disobedience, objectionable moral influence and unsatisfactory conduct, or acts of serious indiscipline in and out of school justify suspension or dismissal of a boy.
  5. Regularity, implicit obedience, politeness and courtesy of speech and conduct should be inculcated.

 General Rules to be noted.

  1.   No leave of absence is granted except on previous written application from parents/guardian only for serious valid reasons. Boys who absent themselves without parent`s knowledge will be liable to disciplinary action.
  2. Leave during school days will not be given for more than three days at a time, except in case of serious illness or death in a family. Religious pilgrimage to be planned in holidays.
  3.   Absence without leave renders a boy liable to a fine. Such absence before or after holidays renders a boy liable to be struck off the rolls.
  4.   Principal to be informed if a boy absent due to illness for more than three days. A formal note and medical certificate to be handed on his return. Non – Christians will be allowed Sectional Holidays pertaining to their creed only on the strength of written application from parents.
  5.   A student who is found to have damaged anything within the school premises must make good the damage.
  6.   No boy is allowed to enter the school premises driving a car or riding a motor-cycle , scooter or scooterette even though they have a driving license.
  7.   No student is allowed to remain in the classroom during P.T periods or recess.

 Principal`s permission required for…..

  1. To make a collection for any purpose whatever.
  2. To arrange for a party, picnic, excursion/camp or meeting.
  3. To join a sports-meet or play in a game not arranged by the school.
  4. To bring books, periodicals or newspapers, movie CD etc into school premises.
  5. To impose fines.
  6. Organising party in the class is strictly forbidden.
  7. No pupil must take tuition from any of the school staff without written permission.


Parents of a student who is ill or will not be in school must call the school office in the morning to report the child’s absence. This is to ensure the safety and whereabouts of all children entrusted to our care.

If an absence is anticipated in advance, such as a scheduled dentist or doctor visit, notification should be sent to the classroom teacher and the office prior to the absence so arrangements can be made for make-up work. When possible, all appointments should be scheduled outside of the school day to minimize interruptions.

When children are tardy, they must report to the office before going to their classroom.

Please help by reporting all absences and by planning your out-of-school activities at times that will not conflict with school hours.


Accidents during the school day, or at any school event, are reported immediately to the person in charge and/or to the school office. Minor injuries are treated with general first aid practices. Parents will be notified personally about the incident or through an injury report if deemed necessary and/or urgent.