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Academic year 2007-08:
150 year celebration special:
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School Work & Rules

School Work & Rules

  1. The working hours will be from 8-45 a.m. to 3.25 p.m. with break of 45 minutes for lunch. A working day is divided into eight periods. Coaching class for all standards is conducted between 3:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.

  2. Wearing of School uniform is compulsory on all working days and at school functions.

  3. Attendance shall be taken at beginning of every session.

  4. The attendance put in various daily sessions shall be added together to form one single total. Attendance for Physical Training classes is compulsory and shall be totaled separately.

  5. Leave of absence for only one period may be obtained from the teacher incharge. Leave for several periods may be obtained only from the class master in writing and in advance.

  6. A student will not be considered as present on any day unless he attends all the classes prescribed for the day. In special cases the classmaster may grant exemption from attending a class or classes.

  7. Every student should attend not less than 80% of the number of working days in each item. The total number of working days of the whole year is 200 as prescribed by the Government.

  8. Parents or Guardians who detain their boys at home for any reason should send leave letters in advance or on the first day of absence or on the day which the boy attends after being absent for a period. If a pupil absents himself for more than three days on account of sickness he must produce a medical certificate on his return.

  9. Pupil must be punctual to the class. Those who come late or who have been absent on the previous days must bring the permission letter signed by their Parent / Guardian.

  10. If a pupil is absent continuously without leave for more than one month, his name may be removed from the rolls.

  11. Pupils are not allowed to meet parents or visitor or to leave the school premises during school hours without the permission of the class teacher.

  12. It is forbidden to write or scribble on the walls, throw paper or ink around the class room or in any way damage the school premises. Damage done must be paid for as directed by the Headmaster.

  13. Pupil themselves are alone responsible for their books, fountain pens, cycles, tiffin carriers or any other article they bring to school.

  14. Irregular attendance, habitual idleness, neglect of homework disobedience and disrespect towards teachers and members of the staff will lead to dismissal. Pupils are answerable to the school authorities for their conduct both in and outside

  15. Boys are strictly forbidden to bring any sort of comics and objectionable literature into the school or to purchase any article of food from the road side stalls near the school premises.

  16. Every pupil must take part in school games and other activities unless declared physically unfit or exempted by the Headmaster.

  17. Parents are expected to co-operate in the work of the school by enforcing regularity, punctuality and discipline and by taking interest in their children's progress. They should check the records regularly.

  18. Progress report showing the application of the pupil and the result will be sent to parents after every school examination. Parents or guardians are requested to examine the progress report carefully and see their sons or wards make a special effort to study those subjects in which they are weak.

  19. No school business will be transacted during holidays.

  20. Parents / Guardians are not permitted to engage teachers of the school for private tuition for their Children / Wards. Students undergoing private tuition with teachers of the school will be liable to face disciplinary action.