• To speak only in English in the school premises.
  • To be punctual in reaching school.
  • To dress-up neatly and smartly.
  • To maintain the books and exercise books properly.
  • To finish his/her brunch daily in class.
  • To avoid writing on walls of wash rooms and any other area.
  • To be polite, courteous and gentle.
  • To use the magic words like thanks/please/welcome.
  • To wish his/her senior once in a day.
  • To standup when any teacher or visitor comes and sit down when they are asked for.
  • To treat all boys/girls as his/her brothers/sisters.
  • To avoid teasing the weak ones and passing derogatory remarks on classmates.
  • To avoid passing physical remark on any one.
  • To take active part in all co-curricular activities.
  • To bring the school diary daily.
  • To maintain a high level of discipline in the school premises by not shouting/loitering in the corridor.
  • To be fair in taking the examination by not indulging in unfair means.
  • To make pursuit of truth and knowledge his/her motto.

  • School Timing

  • Summer:-
      I to XII – 7:50 am to 1:45 pm (Monday to Saturday)
      PG to Prep – 8:00 am to 1:45 pm (Monday to Friday)

  • Winter:-
      I to XII – 8:30 am to 2:00 pm (Monday to Saturday)
      PG to Prep – 8:30 am to 2:00 pm (Monday to Friday)

  • Attendance Criteria

    75% attendance is compulsory for students to qualify to appear at the annual exam. If any student is continuously absent for ten working days without information, the school authority will strike off the name without serving prior notice to the parents. In the case of absence, leave application must be given to the school authorities. All leave application must be signed by the parents and addressed to the Principal and must be sent to the school before leave is availed. A student could be asked to leave the school on the following grounds:-

  • Indiscipline behavior
  • Unsatisfactory Progress
  • Repeated detention in a class


  • Red Card: To be issued by the class teacher for a period of 3 days and signed by the Principal. The card will be returned to the class teacher. Two red cards will mean one yellow card. The card is issued for the following:-
      - Repeated careless and untidy work.
      - Coming to school in improper uniform.
      - Not bringing the proper lunch to school.
      - Misbehaving in bus and class rooms.
      - Missing test repeatedly.
      - Not submitting an application for absence immediately after joining back.

  • Yellow Card: One yellow card will mean suspension for a period of 5 days. In case a student misses his/her exam during the five days suspension, he/she will be marked zero and his/her result will include “0” in the assessment (specially for board classes). This is to be signed by the subject teacher, class teacher, parent and the Principal. This is to be signed after every period by the concerned subject teacher. At the end of 5 days, the card is to be signed by the Principal and returned to the class teacher. Two yellow cards will mean expulsion from the school. The yellow card will be given for:-
      - Missing classes, assembly, SUPW, Library, P.E. etc
      - Inappropriate behavior in the school premises.
      - Cheating during class tests, exams.
      - Damaging school property.
      - Rude or insolent behavior with a teacher.
      - Carrying mobiles/i-pods/camera etc to school.


  • Swings
  • Toys
  • Individual attention is given.
  • We make the students aware of the environment by taking them for picnics and conducting visits to zoo, dairy, airport, post office etc.
  • Various activities regularly held for the overall development of the child are:
      - Recitation, Elocution Contests.
      - Drawing shows, Magic Shows, and Essay writing
      - Debates, Extempore speech, Essay writing.
      - Cultural Programmes, Dance, Songs, Plays, Skits, Monologues.
      - P.T. Display – Yoga, Exercise with objects.
      - Inter school competitions.
      - Cookery which includes salad dressing, dishes making & decorations.
      - Rangoli and Mehandi
      - Judo – Karate
      - Horse riding
      - Skating
      - Fancy dress competition
      - Visit to museum, zoo, gardens, etc.
      - Education trips and excursions.
      - Play way methods are used for effective learning, these include:-
      (a) Computer
      (b) Display Charts
      (c) Education toys
      (d) Audio Visual aids
      (e) Flash cards
      (f) Story telling
      (g) Rhythms with actions
      (h) Music
      (i) Art & Craft
      (j) Dramatics
      (k) Drawing & Coloring the objects
      (l) Motor Activities
      (m) Demonstration of objects, shapes, colors, sizes and food articles, etc.


  • Neat and ironed uniform is a must.
  • Clear handkerchief is a must.
  • Shoes should be polished every day.
  • Clipped and clean nails, no nail paint is allowed.
  • Only small ear rings/studs are allowed (Girls).

  • Hair Style – Girls: Very short hair may be kept open or tied in a ponytail with ribbon but shoulder length/long hair should be in two plaits ties with ribbon.

    Hair Style – Boys: Crew cut style is compulsory for all the boys except Sikh boys.


  • School fee is payable in three installments in advance by 10th of every due installment i.e. April, August, December.
  • Fee is charged for 12 months in a respective session.
  • SFirst installment should be paid in cash & post dated cheques should be given for the remaining two installments.
  • Fee can be deposited by 10th of the due month of installment without fine & with a fine of Rs. 10/- per day there after up to the last day of the month.
  • If fee is not deposited by the end of the due installment the name of the child will be struck of the rolls. Readmission will be granted only on Director’s permission.
  • Three months written notice is necessary if a child is to be withdrawn. Fee paid will not be refunded at any cost.
  • Transport charges should be deposited along with the fees in installment form and will be charged for 11 months.
  • The students shall not be allowed to appear in the examination unless fee and dues are paid in full.


    Promotion to higher class is granted by the Principal/Director on the basis of examination results and opinion of the teachers concerned. It is based on continuous and comprehensive evaluation in primary classes. Minimum marks required for promotion from VI to IX and XI will be 36% marks in each subject. A student failing twice in the same class consequently will be advised to leave the school. A student failing in not more than 2 subjects by not less than 5% marks in each subject will be granted supplementary in IX and XI.


    The whole school is divided into four houses for academics and cultural activities. Inter house competitions are held for an all round development of the pupils through co-curricular activities, character building, games and sports activities. We aim to develop a healthy competitive spirit and inter personal skills among the students of each house. The houses are as under –

  • Emeralds - Green
  • Sapphire – Blue
  • Topaz – Yellow
  • Ruby – Red


  • One clear calendar month’s notice in writing or a month’s fees in lieu of such notice must be given before a student can be withdrawn.
  • Transfer Certificates are not issued until all dues of the school are settled.
  • Students can be asked to leave the school on the following grounds:
      (a) Disciplinary
      (b) Unsatisfactory progress in academics
      (c) Detention or repeated detention in a class. As a rule only those students will be retained on the rolls of this school who can take the school leaving examination and are under 18 years of age.
  • A student who fails twice in the same class will not be permitted to continue his/her studies in the school especially if he/she is below average in that class.
  • Where a withdrawal takes place due to the above reasons, the question of charging a month’s fee in lieu of notice, does not arise.
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