Admission and Withdrawals

  1. Has been studying in a school recognized by or affiliated to C.B.S.E., Delhi or any other recognized Board of Secondary education in India.
  2. Has passed qualifying examination making him eligible for admission to-that class.
  3. Satisfies the requirement of age limits (minimum and maximum) as determined by the state/U.P. Government and applicable to the place the school is located.
  4. The school leaving Certificate/Transfer Certificate signed by the head of the institution last attended and countersigned; and documents in support of his having passed of the qualifying or equivalent qualifying examination.

Punctuality and Order

  1. All pupil must be present for the morning assembly during which they pray together. students have no entry after the first bell.
  2. The school authorities are not responsible for the safety of any pupil after school hours. necessary arrangements should therf ore be made to take the child home promptly after class.
  3. Pupils are not allowed to leave the school premises without the permission of the principal which will be granted only at the request of the parent.
  4. The school does not accept responsibilities kit any lost articles
  5. Students have no permission to use two wheelers without licence and helmet.


  1. Leave of absence is granted only for serious reasons and on submission of a written application in advance.
  2. Appointment with doctors etc. should as far as possible be made outside the school hours.
  3. All are expected to attend school on the opening day after each of vacations. pupils now attending punctuality after holidays are liable to have their names stuck off the rolls.
  4. In case of the absence without leave pupils must have the reasons of absence certificate by the parents or guardians. after a contagious or infectious disease a doctor’s certificate is essential for reassuring class.
  5. Sectional holidays pertaining to the child’s creed will be granted only on previous written application.

Examinations and Promotions

  1. Promotions are decided on the results of the test, conducted during the academic year.
  2. Pupils who fail twice in the same class will be asked to leave the school.
  3. Promotion refused will not be reconsidered.
  4. Periodic tests are found necessary to assess the ingenuity and studious nature of students. it also promotes healthy competition among themselves and help them make aware of their own shortcomings and failure in their study habits on getting them graded again and again.
  5. Holding on to these principles, we conduct two class-tests and two terminal examinations before the final examination. one must not absent oneself from any of these examinations except when prevented by reason of health, in which case a medical certificate may be submitted in advance.
  6. These tests cannot be deferred nor anticipated to suit individual convenience. no re-examinations will he conducted in any subject. absence from or failure in a subject excludes a student from being reckoned in the order of merit.
  7. Parents are welcome to consult the subject teachers to make out the defects and common mistake committed by the children in their answer sheets within the limited time announced after the results of each test.
  8. Any kind of malpractice in the tests, attempted or intended by any student, is punishable with suspension or expulsion from the tests or from school according to the gravity of the offence and at the discretion of the principal.
  9. The norms of promotion are fixed as per timely directions received from the department of education. it depends on the marks scored in each test and final examination and also on internal assessment based on attendance, home-work, composition, general discipline, co-curricular activities etc.
  10. The results of the unit tests and terminal examinations will be given to the parents in the report card, while the final result of the academic year on promotion or detention will be given directly to the parents on result day.
  11. Students who could not secure promotion to the next standard due to inability to study the subjects in english medium may be asked to leave the school. students failing twice in the same standard or thrice in different standard will have to leave the school. the decision of the principal shall be final in this matter.


  1. Strict regularity, implicit obedience, honesty, courtesy in speech and conduct, cleanliness of dress and person are expected from every pupil. Students and their parents must strictly confirm to the instructions, rules and regulations laid down in this regard.
  2. All the students should make it a point to show themselves courteous and polite at all times. The school is judged by their decorum of behaviour.
  3. Pupils are responsible to the school authorities not only for their conduct in the school but also for their general behaviour outside. Any report of objectionable conduct outside the school on the part of the pupils makes them liable to disciplinary action and even dismissal from the school.
  4. All the students should reach the school at least five minutes before the warning bell for the assembly.
  5. Late comers will not be admitted in the class without principal's permission.
  6. In order to acquire a good command over the English language which is the medium of instruction, student should speak English in the school premises.
  7. School tasks assigned by the teachers should be done punctually
  8. No books, newspapers, periodicals and the like shall be brought to the school without the sanction of the principal.
  9. Fines may be imposed by the principal for breaches against regularity discipline.
  10. No student is permitted to bring mobile phone to school. If it is caught, their phones will be destroyed.
  11. The school has the right to dismiss a student who is irregular in attendance, whose progress in studies is steadily.