Rules & Regulations

Leave Rules

In case of any leave, please inform the facilitator in advance. In case, the parents have to take the children within the school hours, written application/verbal information (over phone) has to be submitted at the reception, failing which the child will not be handed over to the parents and will be sent by the usual transport. The child will be handed over only to the person carrying the Guardian I-card.

Rules for Students

  • You are expected to be polite, courteous, respectful and disciplined inside and outside the school.
  • Take good care of your books, stationary, uniform and all personal belonging.
  • Neatness and cleanliness is important.
  • Be punctual and regular in work habits.
  • Be responsible towards school property and others property.
  • It is strictly forbidden to through out of place and at anyone.
  • Non-Sikh boys should have their hair trimmed at regular intervals. Sikh boys should wear Navy-Blue turbans / mini-turbans as required.
  • You must not bring any sharp instrument that could possibly harm anyone in the school.
  • The school will not be responsible for loss of books, money and other valuables brought by you to school. However, Every effort will be made to recover the things lost, if reported to the Class Facilitator or the Principal immediately.

Attendance

  • All Students must attend school regularly from the first to the last day of school.
  • Punctuality in school attendance is necessary.
  • A written application to the Class Facilitator is to be made in case of absence from school.
  • No student is permitted to leave school during school hours without a valid permission slip from the Principal. The student must bring a letter from Parents for permission to leave school, or any other changes in arrival and departure arrangement.
  • If a student is afflicted with an infectious disease, completion of the quarantine period is necessary. A medical fitness certificate must be submitted when the student returns to school.

School Holidays

Month
Date
Day
Event
April
12-04-11
Tuesday
Ram Navmi
April
14-04-11
Thursday
Ambedkar Jayanti
April
16-04-11
Saturday
Mahavir Jayanti
April
22-04-11
Friday
Good Friday
May
17-05-11
Tuesday
Buddha Purnima
August
13-08-11
Saturday
Raksha Bandhan
August
15-08-11
Monday
Independence Day
August
22-08-11
Monday
Janamashtami
August
31-08-11
Wednesday
Idu-l Fitr
October
02-10-11
Sunday
Gandhi Jayanti
October
06-10-11
Thursday
Dussehra
October
11-10-11
Tuesday
Valmiki Jayanti
October
15-10-11
Saturday
Karva Chauth
October
25 to 28-10-11
Tue – Fri
Diwali – Bhai Duj
November
07-11-11
Monday
Idu-l Zuha
November
10-11-11
Thursday
Guru Nanak’s Birthday
December
06-12-11
Tuesday
Muharram
December
25-12-11
Sunday
Christmas Day
January
26-01-12
Thursday
Republic Day
February
2012*
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Milad-Un-Nabi
February
2012*
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Mah Shivratri
March
2012*
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Holi
March
2012*
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Ram Navmi
March/April
2012*
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Mahavir Jayanti


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