- All students must be neatly dressed in full school uniform whenever they are in the school premises.
- Students are required to wear house uniform on Wednesday and Saturday.
- Boys should wear vests and girls should wear slips and cycling shorts.
- Colour clothes and fancy expensive footwear are not allowed.
- Fancy or expensive watches, colourful jerkins or different shades of contact lenses and trolley bags are not permitted.
Boys are not permitted to:
- Have long side burns, long hair, streaked hair and fancy hair styles.
- Wear bands/ bracelets/ chains/ earnings.
Girls are not permitted to:
- Have streaked hair, fancy hair styles, leave shoulder length or long hair untied
- Wear eye makeup and more than one ear piercing.
- Wear gold/ diamond earrings bangles and chains, colourful and fancy jewellery, long earrings.
- Adorn their hair with flowers or colourful clips, paint their nails or apply mehndi.
Use of information Technology
- Students are permitted to use the computers at school for any purpose pertaining to the requirements of the school syllabus as specified by the computer faculty or for any school activity only.
- Students are not allowed to send messages on the network, create or view objectionable visuals, change system settings or delete files.
Use of electronic Gadgets
Students are not permitted to carry mobile phones, IPods, I stations, PSPs, Cameras or any other electronic gadgets to school. If they do so, it will be confiscated. Students are permitted to use the office telephone to contact their parents in times of emergency.
Lunch and Snack breaks
- Students should bring lunch baskets with the necessary cutlery, water and napkin to maintain personal hygiene.
- Parents, drivers or housekeepers are not allowed into the school premises to hand over lunch boxes. It should be hand over to the Ayaa of the school.
- Parents are advised to send enough food for their wards, since children are not permitted to leave the campus at any time during the hours of the school.
Students are advised to alight from their vehicles 10-15 meters away from the school gate. Parents and drivers who park in front of the school gate while letting their children alight, cause congestion and confusion at the gate. Adequate place should be allowed in front of the school gate for comfortable movement of children.
Parents are requested to refer to the school almanac before planning a vacation and booking tickets.
The school has a house system to foster ‘espirts de corps’ and work in a spirit of co-operation and healthy competition. There are four houses in the school-Brahmaputra, Godavari, Kaveri, Narmada. Every student on admission is placed in one of these houses. House meetings are held to organize and put into action various inter house events.
To increase the confidence in the students to start preparing for class XII and Class X Board examination when they join the upper primary stage in class VI, the CBSE has decided to implement the uniform system of assessment, examination pattern and issue of report cards for classes VI onwards also on the similar pattern. While keeping in view the provisions of Right to Education Act, 2009, the scheme for classes VI-VIII has been designed on Term Assessment basis with gradual increase in the learning assessment as the students move forward. This would prepare the students to cover the whole syllabus of the academic year and face the challenge of class X & XII Board examination, and would thus, ensure the ‘quality of education’
- There are two terms in an academic year.
- Assessments are carried out on the basis of the syllabus. A report is given at the end of each term.
- Evaluation assesses the concept gained by the child and the areas that need to be further strengthened.
- Assessment is indicated in grades only.
- Scholastic areas have eight point grading scale.
Grading Scale for Scholastic Areas (Classes I-VIII)
(School will award grades as per the following grading scale)