a) Admission and Withdrawal
- The Principal reserves the right to refuse admission to anybody without furnishing any reason.
- Parents would have to deposit all the requisite documents and admission fees within three days of granting admisssion. If they fail to do so, it would be assumed an automatic withdrawal from the admission procedure and cancllation of registration.
- In case of non submissson of any of the documents like birth certificate S.L.C/T.C, previous school Report card, and so on admission to such a candidate shall be deemed as provisional.
- If any student caught using unfair means during an examination he/she will not be retained on the school rules.
- In case a student stops attending the school without prior information to the school authorities his/her name will be stuck offf the school rolls after six consecutive days of absence, and re-admission will be granted only after seeking a written permission from the Principal and depositing re-admission fees.
- Every student will have to apply for leave in advance to avoid imposition of fine.
b) Leave & Attendance
100% attendance is desireable. Leave can be granted only in case of serious illness or marriage of a relative on the production of valid document. Parents are advised not to insist on requesting for leave for their children except when it is absolutely necessary.
Note: A minimum of 75% attendance is essential for appering in the Annual Examination.
RULES REGARDING USE OF SCIENCE LAB/COMPUTER LAB
Care must be taken of all the apparatus, instruments and appliances. In case a student breaks/spoils anything he / she shall have to make good the breakage / loss / damage. Fine would be imposed on the students as per the decision of the lab incharge or Principal.
Students can be withdrawn or removed from the school as under:-
- By giving one calender month’s notice in writing. In the absence of such a notice, one month’s fee will be charged.
- By the school authorities on any one of the following grounds:
- Constanly weak in studies.
- Irregularity in attendance.
- Behaviour problem.
- Over-Age in Class.
- Non-payment of fees or chronic irregularity in payment.