ADMISSION AND WITHDRAWAL OF PUPILS
Admissions are taken only at the beginning of the school year depending upon vacancy and merit. Students are given an entrance exam to ascertain the merit and eligibility to the class. A student will be eligible only if she/he has been studying in a recognized school and produces the transfer certificate from the school last attended. In an interstate transfer, the transfer certificate needs to be counter signed by the Education Department.
The intended withdrawal of a pupil should be made known to the Principal in writing one calendar month in advance. The current quarter fees must be paid in full before withdrawal. Those discontinuing after July will have to pay the fees for the entire year. Transfer Certificate can be obtained only after all the dues have been Duplicate copies of Transfer Certificate are ordinarily not issued. In special cases such certificates will be issued after verification, on payment of Rs. 200 The School Management, acting through the Principal will request the withdrawal of a pupil who fails for TWO consecutive years in the same class. The school is not responsible for goods or money lost. Students are requested not to wear expensive watches, ornaments, jewellery Money should not be borrowed, lent or articles of any nature exchanged. When the school is in session, the students are strictly forbidden to leave the class without the teacher's permission. They are not allowed to leave the school premises without a gate-pass.
CODE OF CONDUCT FOR PUPILS
Students should bring the diary to school every day. While changing classrooms between periods pupils should move in silence and in an orderly and disciplined manner. All items belonging to the student must have his/her name. Students are not allowed to bring mobile phone, walkman, ipod or other costly products to school. If a student is found carrying any of the above they will be confiscated. The school is not responsible for goods lost. Inappropriate magazines, books and other print-video/digital materials should not, under any circumstance, be brought to school. Bursting of crackers and playing with colours will lead to expulsion of students from school Respect school property. No student should damage any school furniture, write or draw anything on the walls, desks and chairs or damage things belonging to others. We believe our students are gentle, well behaved and so we discourage abusive language. Misbehaviour in the bus, violence in school, participation in destructive activities and causing damage to school property is considered a major disciplinary violation. Reports of violence in any form in or out of the school shall result in the rustication of the pupil concerned. Each child is under our care and protection, we expect to see that violence is not done either to or by him/her. Any student found commuting to school individually or with fellow students in a motorised vehicle, will be liable for disciplinary action.