rules for students
The school prides itself for its high standards of discipline and code of conduct. All students are expected to conform to its code for personal hygiene, turnout, punctuality, conduct, discipline, obedience, sense of responsibility, attitude towards academics etc.
In enforcing these norms and discipline, the school looks forward to full co-operation and support from the parents/guardians to ensure a healthy and all round growth of their wards, taking full advantage of opportunities and facilities here; and to enable the school, its system and programs to run efficiently. If a student contravenes the normal code of expectations, rules or regulations in this respect, he/she can incur warning and punishment. This is an English medium school therefore students are expected to speak and work in English only.
rules for students
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The students displayed their artistic skills through an array of posters on the topic – “POLLUTION”. The aim of this competition was not merely to see the creative aspect but also to trigger the thought process of the children and sensitize them towards this burning and serious issue. All the students participated in the competition […]
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