Rules and RegulationsA student guide
The attendance is compulsory for all students when the school reopens after every vacation
The parents or the guardians are advised not to fall prey and pay money to touts, who
promise to secure admission in the school. It’s the responsibility of parents to inform the
Head Master about such cheaters.
The students who don’t come to school for 5 days from the day of reopening of the school
will be dismissed from the school. It wouldn’t be possible to send any special communication
to the parents on this. The parents must ensure that their wards attend the school and must
find out the reasons when they return home late.
The students should come only in clean and neat uniform everyday
- Forenoon : 9.45 am to 12.55 pm
- Afternoon : 1.45 pm to 4.35 pm
- 4.35 pm to 5.35 pm – Special classes, revision, sports, and the other related
- The students who seek leave should submit the leave application signed by parents or
guardian. The students who seek leave either for health reasons or any other important
reason should inform the Head Master in advance. Students shouldn’t take leave without
The students should be there in the school before the first bell rings at 9.25 am. The
students who come late should take permission from the teacher concerned and they will not
be allowed in the class without this permission.
Students will not be allowed to go home during school time. However, the parents should give
a letter to the Head Master and take the permission when they want to take their wards home
for any reason.
Students shouldn’t wear gold, silver jewellery or expensive watches when they come to school
and the school management will not be responsible if such valuables are lost in the school.
Literary club meetings will be organized only in the evenings
Irregular attendance, disobedience to the teachers, ignoring homework, foul language,
indiscipline, forging parents or teacher’s signature, attempt to cheat teachers etc., will
be sufficient reasons to dismiss the students from the school.
Students should help to keep the classrooms and the surroundings clean and protect the
school properties without causing any damage. Should maintain peace and discipline all the
Students indulging in malpractices during examination will not be allowed to continue the
exam. It will be deemed that they have scored only ‘0’ in the given subject and will be
dismissed from the school.
Students, who seek Transfer Certificate (TC) should submit the applications signed by
parents or guardian and the management would require at least 48 hours to act on the
application and issue TC.
Students found in possession of prohibited items such as bubble gum, wristbands, fancy
chains on the neck, drugs, and electronic products such as mobile phones, memory card, DVD,
pen drive etc., will be punished and parents are requested to take special care and caution
The students are not to use motorcycles for coming to school as per the orders from the High
Court and the G.O issued by the government. The students who violate this rule will have to
face the consequences as per the law.
The equipment, devices to teach and learn and the other things in the school are there only
for the benefit and convenience of the students. Students, who damage such properties, will
have to pay fine thrice the cost damaged property and disciplinary action will be initiated
against such students. The team constituted for this will monitor everything closely.
The school consider occasions such as Independence Day, Gandhi Jayanthi, Kamarajar’s
birthday, Bharathi festival, literary club inaugural functions etc., as very important.
Students should take part in all these functions and it’s compulsory on school working days.
In the event of holidays, parents are requested to cooperate and they can come for all these
functions with their children and go back home with after the function.
Students, who don’t attend important school functions, will have to meet the Head Master
along with the class teacher and disciplinary will be initiated against such students.
Students should secure their bicycles with good locks to prevent theft.
Students should follow the morals preached by the Head Master quite often and conduct
themselves in a way that they bring honour both to them and to the school.
Parents are requested to advise their wards to reach back home on time when the classes are
suspended as directed by Department of Education at times of natural calamities or for any