General Instruction

Students/Parents/Guardians are advised, in their own interest, to go through the School Diary, Fee Book & Prospectus. The School expects that the students and their parents are well aware of the rules and instructions printed & updated in the School Diary, Fee Book & Prospectus. These are not exhaustive in any way and are only intended to be general guidelines.

Students are required to put in a minimum attendance of 75% of the total number of working days during the academic session, failing which they would become ineligible for promotion to the next class. Students of classes 9 to 12 will become ineligible to write the Annual/Final examinations if their cumulative attendance during the academic year is below 75%. Parents of students studying in Class 9 to 12 are requested to go through the 'Rules and Regulations' issued by the Central Board of Secondary Education, Delhi. Medical Leave can only be availed once a year (in the session); for the Term Exams. No ranks will be allotted in such cases.

If a Student is absent from school for a period exceeding 15 days without a written application his/her admission will be cancelled and seat re-allotted to another student.

1.It is compulsory for Parents and students to read all the general information and rules and regulations given in the school diary. You are required to see to it that your ward adheres to the rules and regulations of the school.

2.Your ward is required to note down the day-to-day class/home work throughout the year and paste worksheets in the respective subject copies

3.You are requested to keep a check on his/her work regularly

4.You may be called upon by the class teacher or subject teachers of your ward to visit the School by a request made in the diary.

5.You are requested to see the remarks given in the diary and put your signature.

6.If you feel that your ward is not making the desired progress you are requested to personally contact the class or subject teachers by writing a note in your ward's diary.

7.It is compulsory for every student to possess a diary and bring it to school daily.

8.Parents are NOT allowed to visit the Classrooms or meet the teachers during School hours.

9.Private tuition is not encouraged. Parents must not engage teachers of the school as private tutors for their wards at all.

10.The name of a student absenting him/her self without permission for three consecutive days after any vacation is liable to be struck off the school roles.

11.Students are required to reach the school at least 5 minutes before the school starts. The school gates will be closed as soon as the school starts and students will not be given entry after that.

12.English is the medium of instruction in our school. Therefore, it is compulsory for all students and teachers to use English Language for academic work as well as for conversation in the School premises (except in the Hindi class). Parents are

encouraged to provide their children maximum exposure to English, as far as possible by allowing only viewing of educational English TV channels, English Newspapers & as far as possible speaking at home only in English.


The school is committed towards academic excellence, character building and discipline. Developing a sense of punctuality is an integral part of the school's character building process and discipline.

Students are required to reach the school at least 5 minutes before the school starts. Students will not be allowed entry after the school starts as it disturbs the entire class and the teachers. Parents must ensure that their ward reaches school on time. The school gates will be closed as soon as the school starts. Students will not be given entry after that andALL LATE COMERS WILL BE SENT BACK.

Once the school gates close, parents should not cause an embarrassing situation by insulting the security guards at the gate – as the guards are only doing their duty by following the school's instructions.

Parents of Pre-Primary students are to hand over their child at the gate to the Aaya's or security staff and they will reach the child to his/her class.

Parents must inform their child's Rickshaw /Tempo/Van/Bus driver to ensure that they bring the children to school on time.


The Principal may expel a student from the school should the student's conduct/behaviour or influence on others, in the opinion of the Principal, be detrimental to general discipline/interest of the school

Other Conditions for expulsion:

1.A student who fails in the class for two consecutive years or fails twice in three years will be expelled by the order of the Principal

2.Any student caught cheating or using unfair means during the examination/test may not only be given zero in the subject concerned but an incident of this nature may also lead to his/her expulsion by the Principal

3.In case a student stops attending school without any information to the school authorities, his/her name will be struck off the school rolls, 20 days after he/she stops attending the school

4.Parents' Responsibility: Parents are required to co-operate with the School in developing their children into balanced, progressive, morally strong and effective youths, by helping their children maintain/observe a good conduct in and outside the school. (please read point no 2 under general behavior)

5.In case of gross misbehaviour a warning or suspension will be issued. Recurrence of such acts will lead to expulsion of the defaulting students from the school.

6.Students who habitually keep indulging in misbehavior despite repeated warnings and continuous efforts by school teachers/counselors to improve upon their behavior, will not be enrolled in the school in the following academic session. The warning in this regard will be given to parents well in advance to seek admission in another school

7.Striking the name off the rolls: The name of the student may be struck off the rolls by the Principal of the school on account of non-payment of fees and other dues after the last day fixed for payment

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