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Guidelines For Students  


  1. The remarkable aspects are associated with the students under the ‘Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation’:
  2. Their attitudes, skills, interests, values, co-curricular activities and physical health.
  3. Their progress is determined by formative and summative assessments.
  4. Their scholastic and co-scholastic attainments will be reported once in Std. IX and once in Std. X. Thus, the considerable alertness and consciousness are sincerely required for the expected betterment of the children.
  5. The leaning styles and different abilities of the students must be smart as they will be assessed by a variety of tools as oral, projects, presentations, assignments, observations etc., particularly in Std.. IX and X.
  • Student of Stds. IX & X must determine their goals, interests and hobbies and resolutions to debunk their dreams positively in the future.
  • All students must possess school diary, text books, note books, stationary etc. according to need and instruction.
  • Students are advised not to bring valuable items in school. The school will not be responsible for the loss of such items.
  • School bus users must strictly observe the rules of the school transport.
  • Application for leave must be submitted at least a day in advance. It should be countersigned by the parents/guardian.
  • Students must come to school in proper school uniform. Their uniform must be clean, neat and tidy.
  • Students should obey House Captains and other students on duty.
  • Students are not allowed to leave the school during working hours unless the parents / guardians whose signatures are on the admission from and school diary come in person.
  • School identity cards must be with the students on all working days.
  • Students should be regular in attendance.
  • Any damage caused to the school property by the student, will have to be borne by the student’s parents / guardians.
  • The school reserves the right to take a stern action against the students who are found to be guilty of misconduct. This may amount to even striking their names off the rolls.