ORDER AND CONDUCT
1. Staff & Students must be in the school by 7.45 a.m.
The Office Hours : 7.30 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.
Preparatory - 1 : 8.00 a.m to 1.05 p.m.
Classes 2 to 12 : 8.00 a.m. to 1.45 p.m.
2. The weekly routine is reckoned serially i.e. Day
1, Day 2 ... Day 5, irrespective of the day of the week.
# White shirt & grey shorts (shade-94): PREP - 5
# White shirt & white shorts / trousers: Classes 6-12
# White socks & black shoes with laces (white keds on P. E.
# House badge & identity card.
# Navy blue cardigan / sweater / blazer (during winter)
# Boys may use full-sleeved shirt and full-pants during
DISCIPLINE AND CONDUCT
1. Boys must prepare their daily lessons at home,
review their work before class and revise their lessons
after class. Parents / Guardians must insist on punctuality.
2. Boys who have been ABSENT from a class or part of
it must - bring a letter from their parents stating the
cause of their absence or delay, besides writing it in the
diary. In case of an illness exceeding 3 calendar days, a
medical certificate must be given. These letters and
certificates are to be given to the Vice Principal by the
parents personally. No leave of absence will be granted
without a previous written application from the parents.
Absence on account of birthdays, marriage feasts and similar
social occasions is discouraged.
3. If a boy is absent from class for 10 days
or more without the written information to the Principal /
Vice Principal, his name is liable to be struck off the
rolls. He may be given READMISSION only at the discretion of
the Principal after paying the necessary Admission Fees.
4. Boys are not allowed to leave the school premises
without the written (Exit) permission of the Principal /
5. On their way to and from school all the boys are
expected to behave in a gentlemanly manner. All the boys
must be neat and tidy in dress and no boy should enter or
leave the school premises unless he is wearing his school
uniform and ID card.
6. Boys are forbidden to bring to school: Mobile
phones and other gizmos. If caught, the device will be
confiscated and it will not be returned.