We Do not Teach, We Educate
Affiliation No New : 180006
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 GENERAL DISCIPLINE & CODE OF CONDUCT


Every student must bring his/her diary to School every day.

Students are not allowed to wear jewellery, expensive watches and they should not carry money, Mobile phones, i-pods etc.

Students entering the School premises must be in proper school uniform.

The name, class and section of the student should be clearly marked on all his/her belongings.

Abusive language / aggressive behaviour shall not be tolerated in the school premises.

Damaging school property is an offence and any damage done will be made good by the one who does it.

Students are not permitted to visit the book shop except during the break time.

Liquid whiteners and Correction pens are not permitted.

Students are not permitted to move around the school premises without an out pass.

In case of emergency the student will be permitted to leave the school premises accompanied by parent ONLY.

Parents can meet the teacher / Principal after 2 pm by making an entry at the school gate, duly attested by the school office.
Students should park their bicycles/two wheelers with proper locks in the parking area within the school premises
The school is not responsible for the loss of any bicycle/two wheeler.

The students who use two wheelers should be license holders and should wear helmets.

The parents are requested not to stop/park the vehicles in front of the main school gate.

The students of classes I to V only are allowed to wear a decent dress of their choice on their birthdays.

 CODE OF CONDUCT FOR STUDENTS

Take pride in yourself, your school, your parents and your Nation.

Be honest, upright and truthful. Speak the truth and accept a mistake.

Maintain exemplary behaviour, be co-operative, exhibit team spirit, have positive attitude and a good conduct at all times.

Be courteous. Remember ‘Thank You’ and ‘Please’ are two very good words.