a) The following acts and conduct on the part of the students will
amount to misconduct :
- i) Misbehaviour towards teacher or any other employee of the
- ii) Intentional disturbance of classes.
- iii) Absence from classes without the permission of the teacher / Vice-Principal / Principal.
- iv) Bullying / Intimidation of others.
- v) Eve-teasing / misbehaviour towards girl student.
- vi) Damaging / disfiguring school property.
- vii) Propagating a strike / disruption of classes
- viii) Association with banned organisations.
- ix) Propagating communal / caste feeling amongst the students.
- x) Indulging in Physical Violence in any manner.
- xi) Disobeying lawful orders of the Teacher / Vice Principal / Principal.
- xii) Bringing unauthorised people / articles inside the school.
- xiii) Theft / Pilferage of school / students property.
- xiv) Any behaviour unbecoming of a student.
- xv) Indulging in acts of moral turpitude.
b) In above acts of misconduct, Principal shall take suitable action as
per observations of the diciplinary committee depending on the gravity
of the misconduct, which may include :
DUTIES OF A STUDENT
- i) Oral / written warnings to the student and parents.
- ii) Suspension from attending Classes / School for a specified period.
- iii) Recovery of loss of school property.
- iv) Issue of Transfer Certificate.
- v) Expulsion / Rustication from school.
- A. Acquire knowledge persistently in order to become an educated and cultured
- B. Be accurate in taking down notes, assignments for home work and schedules for
the next lessons. Attempt home work unaided and keep parents well-informed
about the School assignments.
- C. Cherish the honour of the nation, School, family and one’s own and defend it by
one’s deeds, work and training.
- D. Desist from the use of coarse expressions, bad language and all such activities
which may affect self-honour and image.
- E. Enter the classroom and take one’s place immediately after the bell rings.
During the lesson, enter or leave the class room only when it is urgent.
- F. Feel happy by being well-groomed and neatly dressed.
- G. Greet fellow students, teachers, Principal and elders with polite salutaions. Be
respectful to everyone.
- H. Help the old, the weak, the sick and small children.
- I. Inculcate the habit of keeping your Library Card, School Diary and Progress Report
Card carefully and produce them whenever required.
- J. Judge others not by their looks but by their work, manners and helpful nature.
- K. Keep your surroundings neat and tidy.
- L. Lay aside laziness and launch a campaign for punctuality.
- M. Maintain order and cleanliness at home and in the classroom.
- N. Note down your difficulties and be ready for the lesson before the teacher arrives.
- O. Obey the instructions of the Principal and teachers of the School as well as of one’s parents and seniors.
- P. Protect School property. Personal belongings and belongings of the others.
- Q. Queue up while awaiting your turn or when moving in the corridors of the School.
- R. Remember to stand up when a teacher, the Principal or a visitor enters of leaves the room.
- S. Sit upright during the lesson. It helps to concentrate on the lesson. Do not lean on the elbows or slouch.
- T. Toll hard today as the student life is the only period to shape your destiny.
- U. Underscore your goals and set your priorities; and channelize all your energies towards their accomplishment.
- V. Venerate respect for those who deserve it, rich or poor, weak or strong.
- W. Watch your words, watch your actions and watch your thoughts so that no finger is pointed at you.
- Y. Yield the best in the worst circumstances as every experience teaches you something good.
- Z. Zap all the negative as they are your own enemies.