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“The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom”

I. In addition to faith in God, every student must cultivate self-confidence, self-discipline and a liking for hard work.

II. Personal study at home in the presence of parents, both in the morning and in the evening must become a regular feature.

III. Punctuality and cent percent attendance should become second nature.

IV. Regulations with regard to availing leave.

  1. Students are duty bound to get prior sanction of leave from the Principal.
  2. Coupling of holidays - namely taking leave on weekends and the beginning of the week is neither permitted nor allowed.
  3. The Principal allows a maximum of two days of leave at a given point in time.
  4. Parents are to fill in all the columns that are required to be filled.
  5. Leave instructions should reach the office by 9.00 a.m. failing which the boy is considered to be absent.
  6. A maximum of 10 days of leave for students of LKG to V std and 6 days of leave for students of VI to XII is permitted for the whole year. Students who avail more than the prescribed days will not be promoted.
  7. Students who absent themselves (without prior intimation) for a maximum of 5 days per year will not be promoted.
  8. No leave shall be granted on test and examination days. N.B: Emergency cases will always be considered. Mere medical certificates do not authorize one to abstain from school.

V. Spontaneous voluntary service and a sense of upkeep of public property will reveal the real character of a student.

VI. There are three Mid Term Tests and Three Terminal examinations every year. After each Test/Exam., Progress Report is sent to the parents for information and signature. Occasional meetings of the parents with the Principal/ Vice Principal and teachers will make the student's progress better.

VII. Annual promotion is based on the marks obtained in the Mid Term Tests, Quarterly, Half yearly and Annual Examinations. It is also based on discipline, devotion to duty and involvement in all activities of the institution.

VIII. Mid Term Test, Quarterly, Half yearly and Revision test marks obtained by a student in X std. will play a vital role in deciding his group in XI std.


1. Parents are expected to co-operate with the school authorities in enforcing regularity, punctuality, and discipline in their wards and by taking a daily interest in their children's progress. They should check the school Diary daily and note the Home work assigned.

2. Parents can meet the Principal between 8.00 a.m. and 9.00 a.m. or between 3.30 p.m. and 4.30 p.m. on all working days.

3. Parents are requested to meet the teachers occasionally to discuss the progress of their wards.

4. Rank cards should be checked and duly signed by the parents within the time prescribed. The corrected answer papers and test notebooks of the pupils should also be signed when they are sent.

5. Students who copy in the examination will be issued a T.C. at the end of the academic year.

6. Students who play truant, i.e., roam about without attending school, will also be issued a T.C. at the end of the academic year.

7. Students who are found guilty of gross misbehavior will be issued T.C. instantly.

8. Promotion at the end of the year will depend on the performance of the pupil during the examinations. The result of the Examination once decided is final and no appeals will be entertained after the results are published.