Principles Of Discipline:
The School is very particular about the conduct and behavior of students both inside and outside the school campus.
- Black mark will be awarded for misbehaviour inside or outside the school. The co-operation of the parents is earnestly solicited in this matter in the interest of their own children as the rule is meant to improve and maintain the discipline of the school.
- Regularity and implicit obedience are expected in the school.
- Politeness and courtesy of speech and conduct as well as cleanliness of dress and person are to be observed.
- No pupil should be absent from class without obtaining leave previously. Pupils must be punctual for class on every working day.
- Pupils are not allowed to go out of the school campus during interval. They are forbidden to purchase any article of food from unauthorized dealers at or near the school premises.
- Any pupil who is persistently insubordinate or repeatedly or willfully mischievous, or is guilty of malpractice in connection with examinations or has committed an act of serious indiscipline and or misbehaviour, or who in the opinion of the Head of the school has an unwholesome influence on fellow pupils or whose parents guardians show little interest in the progress of their wards may be removed from the rolls. The removal may be temporary or permanent, according to the gravity of the offence.
- Finger nails must be cut short and kept clean.
- Pupils are expected to come to school with all that is necessary for the day’s work. Borrowing or lending of pencils, erasers, rulers, instrument box, etc., is discouraged.
- Personal cleanliness and hygiene are greatly recommended to all. Students should be particularly careful not to throw papers, flowers, etc., anywhere in the school premises. They should use the baskets and bins especially provided for the purpose.
- During the absence of the teacher, each class monitor is responsible for the order and discipline of the pupils.
- When pupils move along the corridors for change of periods, they must walk in silence and in a single file. They should keep to the left.
- Silence must be observed in the corridors and the stairs during class hours. There should be NO TALKING at the change of periods.
- Running, playing and shouting inside the school building is never allowed.
- Ornaments like anklets, chains, bangles, fancy clips etc. should not be worn to school.
- The permission of the Principal is required for any student activities such as gifts to the teachers, fund-raising, ticket selling etc.
- Forging parent’s signature or altering marks and grade will be viewed seriously.
- Any serious breach of discipline and above all disrespect and disobedience to the members of the school staff inside or outside the school premises will be treated seriously.
- Regular late-coming, frequent absence, negligence in wearing uniform, carelessness in studies etc. will amount to dismissal of the student.
- Every student should bring the Hand Book to school daily.
- No Book (other than library book and class books) newspaper or periodical should be brought to school without the consent of the school authorities. Disciplinary action will be taken if students are found exchanging articles. (tattoos, game cards, CDs etc.)
- Students are expected to take part in all co-curricular and extra-curricular activities of the school and no one will be exempted except for valid reasons.
- Boys should come to school with their hair properly cut and clean shaven. No boy with long hair will be allowed to attend class.
- Pupils should bring lunch to school. Parents will not be permitted to bring lunch in the afternoon.
- Pupils should bring with them napkins/ hand towels and should use the same during lunch to avoid making the class-room dirty. Students should eat their lunch in the school only at the fixed place and clean it before they leave.
- Good table manners should be followed during lunch time. Spilling and wasting should be avoided. Students should use a spoon to eat.
- Though the school supplies drinking water, it is advisable that the pupils carry clean drinking water in water bottles from their homes.
- Students are prohibited from eating or chewing any eatables/gum during class hours.
- Any payment to be made in the school office should be prompt.
- Students should form a queue when they must, so that everyone can have a chance.
- Any student found to have taken other student’s belongings will face automatic suspension.
- Physical violence on classmates / schoolmates inside or outside the campus will not be condoned.
- Wrist watch can be worn by students from Std. VIII only. Fancy watches should not be worn by lower class students.
- Photograph attestation for any bonafide student will be executed by the Principal only when the photograph is taken with school uniform and not civil dress.
General Rules Of Conduct For School Pupils:
All of you are familiar with the saying “Character maketh a man.” You come to school not only to acquire education but also to form your character. In order to mould yourself into a fully integrated person, it is absolutely essential for you to follow a code of conduct. As students you should have a clear vision for yourself and build your character on the basis of strong principles and correct values.
Students, you will develop and grow if you attend class regularly and pay attention during the lesson. This will help you to study better at home. Clarify your doubts and misunderstandings in class.
- Be honest and sincere with yourself, with God and with others, “No legacy is so rich as honesty.”
- Respect the belongings of another student. Do not damage other’s books or what belongs to others. Just as you would like others to respect you, do the same for others.
- The school is yours, it belongs to each of you. Do not damage any property or write on the walls, be proud of our school. Keep it clean.
- Keep yourself neat and clean, remembering that cleanliness is next to Godliness. Prepare your bag for school the previous night.
- Respect your parents, teachers and elders. Speak to them politely. Honour and love them. Be gentle with those who are younger to you. Develop a friendly attitude towards your companions.
- When entering or leaving class-rooms control yourself and walk steadily without rushing and running.
- The School is a training ground for good character and conduct. The good name of the school depends upon you. Your good act will add to the reputation of your school. All praise and tribute to the school is an appreciation of your own work and conduct. Discipline yourself and maintain dignity in movement and speech to attain a good standard of behaviour which brings honour to the school, teachers and parents.
- Take good care of your articles. Take care of the belongings of your school mates also.
- Use all the opportunities and facilities provided for you at school to acquire good habits.
- Make efforts to create a favourable impression at all times.
- Safeguard your honour and remember that your schoolmates trust your honour and fair play.
- Be courteous to all, at school and outside in your speech and deeds. Have consideration for others.
- Be soft spoken. Talk decently and constructively always. Use polite and dignified language.
- Be diligent in your daily duties. Be willing to attempt hard things. Set the value of application and persistent efforts. Attend to your work then and there without putting it off or wasting time.
- Let “Service” be your motto. Be of help to others. Give your best to the school and others outside it.
- Learn the value of co-operation at school, at home, and outside. Promote harmony in school and out of it.
- Inform the school authorities of your absence from class. This is necessary and important. Try not to be absent for more days than is absolutely essential. Prolonged absence causes a break in your study and hampers your progress. Have the courage to speak the truth at all times. A wrong action can never be right.
Do not give up in the face of failure. Try again and try again.
“If wealth is lost nothing is lost,
If health is lost something is lost,
If character is lost everything is lost”
Good Habits At School:
- Bring daily, your own pen, pencils, paper, note books, books or instrument box needed for the day or session.
- Learn to form a queue and take your turn. When moving from class to class, walk silently.
- Finish the assignments given to you, yourself, within the time allotted.
- Spend your leisure time usefully in the library or reading room.
- Be helpful to the newly admitted pupils in the proper observance of the rules and discipline of the school. Let your conduct inspire emulation by those who are newly admitted.
- During school hours be in the school.
- Use the interval at school wisely for your personal conveniences, so that you can concentrate during class hours.
- Keep your notes, books and belongings neat and tidy.
- Keep the school premises, the school garden, play fields and class rooms scrupulously neat and clean.
- Use the taps in the school to wash your face or hands. Leave the toilets as clean as you found them. Queue up when you must.
- Maintain neatly and cleanly all the walls, furniture and equipment in the school.
In The Class Room:
- Maintain an atmosphere for study in the class room.
- Listen to the class teacher. Be a good listener. Discover the importance of paying attention to your teachers. Give proper response to your teacher’s questions and instruction.
- Get the permission of the teacher if you must enter or leave even your own class.
- Always occupy the seat assigned to you in the class room.
- Sit erect and concentrate your attention to the class work on hand.
- Stand respectfully in your place when your teacher comes near your seat.
- Stand respectfully, in an upright posture, when your teacher or any respectable visitor enters or leaves the class room and sit down only when asked to do so.
- Make your teachers feel happy about teaching and guiding you, by attending closely and responding to their teaching.
In The Library:
- Read good books and journals. Develop the habit of using a dictionary properly.
- Read quietly in the library where other pupils are engaged in concentrated reading. Observe strict silence.
- Conduct yourself in a dignified way, moving about quietly, in the library.
- Replace the magazines and papers in their original places when you have finished reading them.
- On receiving a book, examine it at once and call the Librarian’s attention to any damage found in it.
- Return or renew the books on or before the due date according to the prescribed procedure.
- Take good care of each and every book so that other pupils may also have the benefit of it.
School Meetings And Co-Curricular Activities:
- Take an active interest in all the activities and celebrations of the school as part of your civic training because they will help you to discover yourself and your talents and to train you for leadership, emotional integration, loyalty to the motherland and national and international
- Develop the right attitude to all religions, languages, communities, castes, races, and religions and thus also keep up the dignity of the individual and reflect secular attitude in all your activities at school.
- Learn to be a Good leader and see the value of every one working with the leader. Obey the leader, and group leaders at all times.
- Do your duties willingly and cheerfully. Do things together with others.
- Respect the National Flag and the National Anthem. Stand in a posture of attention, respectful silence and zeal when the Flag is hoisted or the National Anthem is sung. The National Anthem has to be sung properly with others. Sing loudly, clearly and correctly. Learn to sing together with others. Leave only after the singing or programme is finished.
- In worship and prayer show reverence and right conduct.
- Stand up respectfully when the Head of the institution, teachers, other speakers, or distinguished guests enter for the meeting.
At The Play Ground:
- Attend Physical Education Classes compulsorily. Use the Physical Education periods fully.
- Develop team spirit. Be loyal to the team. Learn to put the good of the team before self.
- Have fair play at all times and good participation, not for just winning.
- If you win or lose cheer the other side heartily.
- Conduct yourself in an orderly way, when participating in games or sports outside the school as the name and honour of your school depend on you and upon your conduct.
- Obey the referee at all times.
- When staying in other schools and places while participating in matches or sports, let your conduct be exemplary.
- Keep the playground clean and safe for use.
- Handle carefully all the science equipment in the laboratory, games equipment, audio-visual equipment and musical instruments which are bought at huge cost after great efforts. Put them in order in their original places after use.
- Use water and electricity in the school only to the extent necessary.
During Examinations And After:
- Observe strict silence in the examination hall.
- Take with you into the examination room, only the items or articles which are permitted.
- There should be no lending / borrowing in the exam hall.
- Nothing should be written in the question paper except the roll number.
- Disperse silently after the exam.