Rules & Regulations


Discipline is an integral part of the learning process. If a student is to develop self control, he/she must be helped to bridle his/her emotions and impulses to live in harmony with others, to respect the traditions of his/her country and to obey the commandments of God.

  1. All pupils shall make themselves acquainted with the policies, rules and regulations notified for their     conduct. Ignorance of the rules will not be accepted as excuse.
  2. All students shall be in the class room five minutes before the first bell at 8.15 am. At the first warning of the bell all shall gather in the specified place for the morning assembly. Prayers must be said with respect and devotion. After the assembly all should go in an orderly manner to their class rooms. The second bell marks the beginning of the session.
  3. In the afternoon, students should be in their respective classrooms at the first bell. Classes begin at the second bell.
  4. Running, playing, or shouting inside the school building is not allowed. While passing along the corridors during class hours, students shall keep silence.
  5. Pupils shall be responsible for the safe custody of their books and other belongings.
  6. Any damage caused to the property or scribbling on desks, benches and walls of the school must be immediately reported to the Principal and will have to be made good.
  7. Students shall keep silence and decorum in classes. During the absence of a teacher pupils shall not leave their classroom or their places or make noise. The Class Leader will inform the Principal of the matter.
  8. Speaking English is compulsory at school and in the school bus. There are two reasons for this insistence:
    • The medium of instruction in the school is English.
    • Proficiency in English is indispensable for a rewarding career.
  9. No pupil shall enter any classroom other than his/her own without permission. Pupils may change their place in the classroom only with the permission of the Class Teacher.
  10. Breaches of the disciplinary laws of the school will be seriously viewed and dealt with.
  11. Parents or guardians are not allowed to visit their children during class time. In case of any emergency, the Principal should be first contacted. During the school hours, parents are not allowed to bring anything to be handed over to the child.
  12. Discourtesy and disrespect to the members of the school staff in any form will be viewed seriously and students responsible for such misbehavior are liable to be dismissed.
  13. Every pupil shall endeavour to keep up the high standard and morale of the school by excelling in studies, good manners and deportment.
  14. Politeness and courtesy in speech and conduct, as well as cleanliness and grace of person are to be cherished.
  15. Pupils should realize that they are responsible to the authorities of the school not only for their conduct in the school but also for their general behaviour outside.
  16. The handbook issued to every student at the beginning of the year is to be kept intact and neat all through the year and brought to school every day. It is the means of communication for the school authorities and staff with the parents about the conduct and studies of their child. At the same time it is an important document of the student's career and conduct at school. It shouldn't be used as a rough book.
  17. Reading materials like books, newspapers, periodicals, comics, etc., may not be brought to the school without the prior sanction of the Principal. Electronic gadgets like transistor radios, walkman, ipods, Mp3, camera, mobile phones etc. should not be brought to the class. A vigilance squad is constituted to supervise the above guidelines.
  18. No cars, motor cycles or scooters will be allowed to enter the school compound during school hours.
  19. No collection of any kind whatsoever shall be made in the school. All collections must be done through the office. No meeting, party or picnic, or any kind of organized school activity shall be arranged without the prior approval of the Principal.
  20. It is not advisable for students to have too much money or expensive watches, pen etc., in their possession.
  21. All our students are sincerely exhorted to cultivate a habit of daily morning and evening prayers. Catholic students are specially recommended to attend the Holy Mass regularly and to frequent the Sacraments and thus be witnesses to Christ in their daily lives by their good example. Catholic parents would do well to encourage their children in this matter.
  22. Ragging is totally banned. Senior students have to submit an undertaking to the effect that they have not involved in any ragging in the past and that they will not indulge in it in future. If the undertaking is violated, students will be liable to be expelled. The Anti-ragging Committee will maintain vigil and undertake patrolling. Preventing or acting against ragging should be a collective responsibility at all levels. In case of any incident, all must work together with the sense of moral propriety.