Admission Open for the Session 2024, Contact - 8100674479


  1. The Principal must be informed in writing of any change of address or telephone numbers.
  2. If any excursion is arranged by the school, parents will be notified through a circular signed by the Principal.
  3. Parents are expected to co-operate with the work of the school by enforcing regularity and discipline and by taking interest in their children's progress. Parents should check and sign School Diary regularly and note the Teacher's remarks.
  4. The school will issue I.D. Cards and Escort Cards to all students of Classes Nursery to IV. However for Classes V upward, only I.D. Cards will be issued to the students, Escort Card may be applied for with no extra cost.
  5. Please do not phone the school on days when there is heavy rain, suspension of public transport, strike, rally etc. The school will continue for those pupils who are present.
  6. Progress Reports will keep parents informed of progress of their children. These reports should be signed by parents and returned on the next day.
  7. Parents/Guardians are requested to read through the School Diary very carefully, especially the rules pertaining to CONDUCT & DISCIPLINE.
  8. Parents/Guardians may use the diary to communicate with the teachers regarding any problem concerning their wards.
  9. Parents/Guardians are requested to be punctual in collecting their wards from the school.
  10. Parents/Guardians are strictly prohibited from meeting their wards or CLASS/SUBJECT TEACHERS during WORKING HOURS, except with the permission of the Principal Heads of the Department.

    Please note that with effect from 1st January 2019, all payments will be made online and / or manually for those not familiar with online banking. Default in payment of fees continuously for 2 months will result in striking the child's name from the class rolls and and blocking off further payments, Parents would then have to clear arrear payments along with fines and a READMISSION FEE to continue in the school.

    NOTE: For other rules regarding payment of fees, please refer to the FEE-BOOK.

  12. No private tuition will be allowed inside the school premises.


Special Attention is given to of the Moral Tone and Discipline of the School

  • By reading the Diary and following the rules carefully.
  • By urging their wards' regular and punctual attendance.
  • By seeing that their wards are diligent at their home work and lessons.
  • By following the Progress Reports which keep them informed of attendance, diligence of their studies and the behaviour of their wards.
  • Parents may be allowed to meet a teacher with prior permission of the Principal / Departmental Head.
  • By seeing that their ward enters daily the lessons given in the diary.
  • By scrutinizing the Diary to see if there is any communication for them from the school.
  • By insisting on neatness and cleanliness in their textbooks, exercise books, uniforms, shoes and personal appearance.
  • All Text Books and Exercise books must be covered.
  • All communications should be addressed to the Principal.


  1. Irregular attendance, unjustified or unexplained absence, habitual late coming or disobedience or objectionable behaviour of any kind may result in the removal of a child from school.
  2. School property, wilfully damaged or destroyed will have to be made good. In addition, a heavy fine may also be imposed.
  3. On their way to and from the school, all students are expected to behave in a decent way. Students whose conduct is injurious to the moral tone of the institution or incompatible with discipline are liable to be dismissed. Irregular attendance, habitual inattention to school work, insubordination to teachers or objectionable behaviour are sufficient reasons for dismissal.
  4. Use of unfair means in any examination will lead to the cancellation of the particular paper Any pupil who renders unfair assistance to another is equally culpable and will, therefore, share in punishment.
  5. All efforts are made by the school to orient the child to talk, read and write proper English. All students must converse in English while in school.
  6. Students are not permitted to wear mehendi on their hands, valuable jewellery, expensive watches, bracelets etc. to school. Coloured hair, long hair or fashionable hairstyle will not be permitted.
  7. Mobile Phones are not to be brought to school.


  1. Attendance Minimum 80% per term.
  2. The School gates are closed at 8:10 a.m. for students of all classes. A pupil reporting late will not be 'permitted to attend school on that day. A habitual latecomer is liable to be suspended/expelled. Parents are required to be on time to collect their child when the school gives over. In case of any delay due to an emergency, parents must phone and intimate the school.
  3. No pupil should be absent from school (except in case of unforeseen illness) for a day or two without the previous permission from the Principal. Such leave should be applied for by a letter by the parents or guardian.
  4. A pupil who absents himself/herself from class, must in the School Calendar, state a reason, to be given by the parents justifying his/her absence (reasons of a private nature may be submitted in a separate letter).
  5. If a pupil is absent for a period of three days or more at a stretch due to illness, a formal letter accompanied by a Doctor's Certificate of fitness must be produced on the pupil's return to school.
  6. A pupil is not permitted to leave school premises during school hours, except in cases of emergency and with the permission of the Principal.
  7. Pupils afflicted by infectious diseases or exposed to such diseases in their homes must complete the quarantine period before rejoining school. This should be indicated on the medical certificate.
  8. Pupils who leave before the beginning of a vacation or rejoin late after a vacation are liable to suspension until valid reasons are produced for his absence.
  9. Pupils who are absent for more than one month at a stretch are liable to have their names struck off the school rolls.


  1. 40% is the pass marks in all subjects for assessment of a child's academic progress. Pupils from Class III-IX must pass in the compulsory subjects i.e. English, Second Language and Mathematics and secure a minimum of 40% marks in the general average.

    A child's academic assessment will depend on the following factors:

    1. Attendance in school.
    2. Performance in assessments & tests in subjects taught .
    3. Active participation and presence in all Curricular and Co-curricular activities of the school .
  2. All pupils must have a minimum of 80% attendance in a school academic year for promotion. Lack of attendance and not completing a full academic year will result in the child's "incomplete academic year " for which the discretion for promotion to the next class will depend on the school.
  3. Grades are awarded for ART & CRAFT , P.T , MORAL SCIENCE and SINGING .
  4. Parents are requested to sign the Progress Report and return the same to the class-teacher on the next working day.
  5. Parent-Teacher meetings will be held to apprise parents of the progress made by their child during the academic year.
  6. Requests made for alterations in examination-timetables, class- timetables, syllabus and activities will not be accepted.
  7. If a student is absent for a test/assessment, no retest will be taken.