1. School students are expected to be appropriately groomed and dressed at all times. It is recommended for the sake of personal hygiene and preventing infestations in the hair that girl keeps their hair cut short. Trimming their hair may be done on Home weekends and long holidays, when they are allowed to visit home. Boys too will keep their hair cut short and tidy.


  1. For senior girls (V-XII) ponytail or plaited hairstyle and for boys buzz cut or brush cut. The fringe, when straightened /combed down, must not hang in the eyes. Expensive jewellery should not be worn to school since they could be lost or stolen.


  1. Wearing tattoos, studs, coloring of hair are strictly prohibited and will invite heavy penalty.


  1. Wrist bands, bangles, goggles, fancy pins; Mehandi, etc. are strictly not allowed to be worn in the school. However girls may wear small Bindi and small earrings.


  1. Except for No Uniform Days, School Uniforms of the specified School colours are compulsory. Shirts must be properly buttoned and tucked into trousers.


  1. After school hours, during the games/sports activity periods, students will change into their sports outfit which is the recommended track suit.


  1. After wash and clean up students can change into casual wear, where a pair of jeans and a loose T-shirt is recommended.


  1. In winter, the school uniform has a pullover along with the school blazer. After school hours, students can wear warmer clothes. No casual pullover other than the school provided is allowed.


  1. The academic calendar is divided into two semesters. There will be 3 breaks: Dussehra (October), Winter (December), and Summer (April–May) when children will go home, unless a short excursion or a field trip has been organised where attendance is compulsory. A student may not be allowed to go out of the school premises for any other reason, unless accompanied by a teacher and other students for a field trip or excursion.



  1. In case of a serious illness, the school doctor will be attending to the child, and if on his recommendation the child needs to be sent home, parents will be informed to come to the school and take the sick child home till he/she recovers.


  1. A Compulsory ‘Gate Pass’ issued by the Administration Office is to be produced when a student leaves the School Campus.



  1. A student who is returning after an absence is required to bring a letter signed by his parent or guardian giving the date(s) and reason for absence.


  1. Utmost cleanliness must be observed in school premises. Throwing litter, pieces of paper, seeds and skins of fruits are strictly prohibited. You are requested to use dustbins.


  1. Everyone is expected to take care of the school and its property. Scribbling / graffiti on walls will entail a fine between Rs 7500.00 to Rs 10,000.00. Disfiguring the tables, chairs, writing boards, interactive panels invites a fine of Rs 3000.00 to Rs 5000.00.


  1. Strict regularity, implicit obedience, politeness, courtesy in speech and conduct and cleanliness of books, dress and person are rigidly insisted upon.


  1. Silence must be observed in the corridors and on the stairs during class hours. They should not be found talking in between periods.


  1. Books that aren’t school textbooks must be turned in to the school office. Books that are acceptable for the student’s age will be sealed and allowed to be kept for individual reading. Books that are judged improper or lack a seal will be seized. Seized articles/ books etc will NOT be returned.


  1. The school shall not be held responsible for books, money, clothes and other articles that are lost. Students must look after their own things. It is not advisable for pupils to have money, valuable articles or jewellery with them. Harmful or lethal objects should not be brought to school. Beware; it is a crime to carry harmful or lethal objects.



  1. Mobile Phones are not permitted in the school premises. If any student is found carrying a mobile phone, the phone will be confiscated and a heavy penalty will be levied on the parents.


  1. Pupils are answerable to the School Authorities for their conduct both in and even outside the School. Hence misbehaviour in public places and conveyance is punishable. Every student should endeavour to keep up high tone of the school, by excelling in good manners and deportment.


  1. Students must not run around inside the school building. They must observe silence while walking through the corridors or while going up and down the staircase.


  1. It is necessary to change socks daily. Only Sikh students who wear turbans will be allowed to keep a beard. The other boys should be clean-shaven.


  1. The School Infirmary is run by full-time registered Nurses. A regular weekly visit by a qualified medical practitioner ensures proper health maintenance of all within the residential school. Their primary functions are to identify, treat, refer, and follow-up students with health problems



  1. The school provides counselling through a trained counsellor.