General rules of Discipline
  • Students are urged to contribute to the high tone of the school by their manners and general behaviour.
  • Pupils should realize that they are responsible to the college Authorities not only for their conduct in the college but for their general behaviour outside. Any reported or observed objectionable conduct outside college on the part of the pupils should make them liable for disciplinary action.
  • They should be polite, friendly and well behaved in and outside the school. They should be respectful to their elders and teachers and truthful at all times.
  • They should be orderly, clean in their person and neatly dressed and should also co-operate to maintain cleanliness in school.
  • As far as posture, cleanliness, silence, attention to work and respect to teachers and companions are concerned, a class room should be looked upon as place of reverence and discipline.
  • They should maintain absolute silence during the General Assembly and while moving into the class room from General Assembly. Silence should also be observed on the way to and while returning from P.T. and library.
  • The General Assembly is the most important part of the school day. Every student should be present so to begin the day with prayer, to listen to the announcement and the advice of the Principal.
  • All must come to school, with lessons well prepared and home-work done. Text and Exercise books and material for drawing should be brought to school according to the day's routine.
  • Students repeatedly coming late or forgetting to bring books or coming without the proper uniform may be punished/send back home.
  • When the students move along the corridors as when changing classes, going for games or experiments, they must walk in silence and in line. The teacher in the class should be the last to leave.
  • Respect to one's property as well as to that of the school and the things belonging to others is a mark of well bred and responsible student. When furniture is removed from a place it should be returned to its original place after use. Any kind of damage done in the school premises must be made good. Fine may be imposed by the Principal.
  • Pupils should keep their own class rooms and the school compound spotlessly clean, using the bins provided for waste paper and rubbish.
  • Students should always strive to speak in English in the school premises, and acquire the ability of conversation in English. They should maintain a high standard in their conversation.
  • Students should at all costs, avoid writing, carving and scratching on the walls and furniture. Such habits are an indication oflow taste.
  • No magazine, newspapers or periodicals should be brought to school without the class teacher'slprincipal's permission. If detected or found to have bad influence on others these will be confiscated.
  • No Cell phonelMobile phones should be brought to schooL If detected they will be confiscated and serious action will be taken.
  • In the absence of the teacher, the monitor/monitress take charge of the class and is responsible for order and discipline in the class. He/She should fulfil the duty without partiality.
  • The school does not accept responsibility for the loss of books, money, stationery etc. Each student is responsible for hislher own things. It is not advisable to bring valuables to the school.
  • No collections or fine for any purpose, whatever may be made without the prior sanction of the Principal, so also, presentation of gifts to staff members as such require approval from the Principal.
  • No collective petition or complaint will be entertained but reasonable and individual ones will be sympathetically attended to.
  • Parents are strictly forbidden to interview their children in class or the teachers without the permission of the Principal.
  • Any pupil who is persistently insubordinate orrepeatedly and willfully mischievous or guilty of malpractices in connection with examinations or has committed an offence of serious indiscipline, misbehaviour or who in the opinion of the Principal has, an unwholesome influence on the fellow pupils, may be suspended for a specified period or expelled permanently from the school. The Principal may punish a student in a manner suited to the offence by detention after school hours or other minor punishment or by removal from the institution.
  • A student may also be removed permanently from the school for assaulting a teacher, seriously attacking a fellow student, persistent rude behaviour towards teachers and in the opinion of the Principal has a demoralizing influence on fellow students.
  • The school authorities are not responsible for the safety of any pupil before or after school hours. Necessary arrangement, therefore should be made to bring the children just in time and take them home immediately after school hours.
  • Students who are given some responsibility should cany it out dutifully and impartially and in accordance with the direction of the Principal or the teachers deputed by him. They should consider it a pride to render.


The Principal reserves the right to waive off any of the rules without assigning any reason for his action.