General Regulations

The working day is divided into two sessions. The morning session is from 8-30. a.m to 11.55 a.m , and the afternoon from 12.35 p.m to 2.50 p.m. On Saturdays there will be only the morning session from 8.20 to 12.20 p.m. The Nursery classes will be held from 8.30 a.m. to 12.15 p.m.

There will be assembly every morning. At the bell at 8.30 a.m. , students should gather in silence for the assembly. There will be prayer, followed by thought for the day, recitation etc. Notices if any will be given by the Headmistress

If students arrive after the assembly they should not enter the class room, without first presenting themselves to the Headmistress.

Students will be required to stay after the class to take part in games and other co-curricular activities, but not beyond 5.30 p.m.

(a) Every pupil should invariably be present on the reopening day after the holidays. In case of any grave reason for absence, the parent should meet the Headmistress before taking leave. Just a leave note stating the reason for absence will not suffice.
(b) If a pupil is unable to attend class due to illness or unforeseen reasons, the parent/guardian should invariably send a leave note.
(c) If leave is required for reasons other than illness, the students should approach the Headmistress before hand with a note from her parent and she should take advantage of leave if it is granted only for grave reasons. A leave note sent after the absence and without taking prior permission will not be accepted nor will the student be admitted to class.

No pupil will absent herself from an examination except for the reasons previously approved by the Headmistress. In case of illness, a medical certificate should be produced.

No books, magazines, news papers, CDs etc. other than those permitted by the headmistress shall be brought to school and circulated among the students.

No collection of money is allowed without the previous permission of the Headmistress.

Books, Tiffin carriers, etc. should bear the owner's name and the owner herself is responsible for the safe keeping of her belongings.

Pupils are expected to make good the damages done to school property such as library books, furniture, science apparatus, sports articles, etc.

Letters to students addressed to the school are subject to scrutiny by the Headmistress.

Meeting The Headmistress :
Parents are requested to meet the Headmistress at least once a term and ascertain the progress and conduct of their children.

Timings on working days :
Nursery Headmistress 9.00 a.m - 12.00 noon
Primary Headmistress 9.00 a.m - 10.00 a.m , 3.00 p.m - 4.00 p.m
High School Headmistress 9.00 a.m - 10.00 a.m , 3.00 p.m - 4.00 p.m

Prior appointments is necessary to meet them at other times.

Rules Regarding Admission
Candidate seeking admission should be introduced by the parent or the guardian who will be
responsible for his / her conduct.
Students seeking admission must forward to the Headmistress an admission form duly filled in signed by the parent or guardian with the transfer certificate and progress report from the school last attended.
Scheduled caste and Scheduled tribe students shall produce the caste certificat
Parents / guardians shall make sure of the name and date of birth before they are recorded in the school register. The name and date of birth once entered in the school cannot be altered without the written permission of the Director of Public Instruction.
A pupil who applies for the transfer certificate will pay the fees of the term in full and also pay up arrears, before obtaining her transfer certificate.
Transfer Certificate, Date of Birth Certificate and Character Certificate will be issued on payment of the prescribed fees.

Meeting The Teachers :
Parents may meet the individual teachers before or after class with previous appointment. They are requested not to disturb them during class hours.