Rule of Conduct

Rule of Conduct

  • Students are urged to contribute to the high tone of school/college by their manners and general behavior. Hence for the smooth running of the school/college, no student should bring to school/college any object liable to prove a source of disturbance.
  • As far as posture, cleanliness, silence, politeness, honesty, attention to work and respect to teachers and companions are concerned the college/school should be looked upon as a place of reverence and discipline.
  • Absolute silence must be maintained at all places during the teaching hours, whether it is the library, the laboratories, computer room, the general assembly or on way to and from the class rooms.
  • Respect for one's property as well as for that of the school/ college and for the things belonging to others is a mark of a well-bred and responsible student. Furniture, teaching aids and charts should be kept in their respective places after use. Any kind of damage done in the school premises must be made good.
  • It is compulsory to speak in English in the premises in order to facilitate the students the use of the medium of instruction. They should maintain a high standard in their conversation.
  • No other books, news papers, periodicals, pictures, games articles, transistors or any electrical instruments not pertaining to their daily use should be brought to school without the class teacher/Principal's permission. If detected or found to have bad influence on the fellow students, these will be confiscated and students found guilty may be punished.
  • The school does not accept responsibility for the loss of books, money, stationery etc. Each student is responsible for his/her own things. Bringing of valuables to the school is discouraged.
  • The Principal may chastise a student for habitual idleness, disobedience or misconduct injurious to the moral tone of the school/college, by detention after class hours or by other minor punishments. He may even dismiss a student or ask him to discontinue if he is guilty of serious matters.
  • No fines or collection for purpose whatsoever may be made without the previous sanction of the Principal. So also presentation of gifts to members of the staff requires previous sanction.
  • In the absence of the teachers, the class monitor/monitors, assumes responsibility for order and discipline of the class. He/She should fulfill he/her duty with loyalty and must be impartial.
  • Students who are given responsibility should carry it out dutifully and impartially and in accordance with the direction of the Principal or the Teacher deputed by him. They should him to discontinue if he is guilty of serious matters.
  • No fines or collection for purpose whatsoever may be made without the previous sanction of the Principal. So also presentation of gifts to members of the staff requires previous sanction.
  • In the absence of the teachers, the class monitor/monitors, assumes responsibility for order and discipline of the class. He/She should fulfill he/her duty with loyalty and must be impartial.
  • Students who are given responsibility should carry it out dutifully and impartially and in accordance with the direction of the Principal or the Teacher deputed by him. They should consider it as a service to the school/college and to their fellow students.
  • Students can always approach the Principal individually for any reasonable or sympathetic consideration but both collectively.
  • No students may take private tuition in any subject from any member of the college staff without the written permission of the Principal. All such tuitions must be discontinued one week before the examinations.
  • The General Assembly is the most important part of the school day. Every student should be present at it to begin the day with prayer to God, and listen to the important announcements.
  • They should be friendly, courteous and cooperative towards other students of the school, treating everyone with respect and concluding themselves in a dignified manner.
  • All must come to school in time neatly dressed with lessons well prepared and home work done. Text and exercise books and material for drawing, S.U.P.W., Art & Craft should be brought to school according to the day's routine.
  • Students should keep their classroom and the school compound spotlessly clean using the bins provided for waste paper and rubbish.
  • Students are not allowed to visit staff-room without prior permission of either the principal or the teachers.
  • Students repeatedly coming late or forgetting to bring books or coming without the proper uniform may be punished.