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Hostel Rules

HR-1: The school/hostel authorities have the right to search the child, and his/her belongings at the time of admission to the hostel, or on return from leave/vacations.

HR-2: Boarders are not allowed to keep valuables, jewellery and any other articles, which are not approved by the school authorities. Students are not permitted to keep any money or cash with them. No student is allowed to make any direct cash purchase from anywhere. All purchases are to be done through the procedure prescribed by the hostel council.

HR-3: Parents/guardians are not permitted to meet the boarders, without the permission of the Principal. They are allowed to meet the students only on prescribed days. During school times, parents/guardians are not supposed to visit their wards. They can meet the students only in the reception area.

HR-4: All school/hostel property must be handled with due care. Any damage to furniture, fittings, equipment, books etc. will be recovered from the student's account.

HR-5: Eatables and gifts of any kind from outside are not permitted.

HR-6: Electrical gadgets like heaters, kettles, irons or any such appliances like, mobiles, radios, TV, CD-players, i-pods, razors, blades, electric/electronic shaving machine or any other electronic, electric or computer devices not approved by the school are not allowed in the hostel.

HR-7: Surprise check will be made by the competent authority appointed by the Principal. Extra items, other than those permitted by the school will be confiscated. A report to this effect, will be recorded in the discipline register and the checking officer, as well as the student, must sign the same.

HR-8: Boarders shall not smoke or bring tobacco, alcohol or any unauthorised item into the hostel.

HR-9: House brother/sister or any other competent authority appointed by the Principal will take roll call at the times specified by the Principal. This will be done preferably in the afternoon as well as in the evenings.

HR-10: Boarders must remain, and study in their respective rooms/dorms or class rooms during study time as directed by the competent authority.

HR-11: The lights-off time will be notified by the Principal.

HR-12: Boarders may be allowed outings from the hostel for a specified period of time duration that is approved by the Principal. Students on outings, should be accompanied by the official deputed by the warden/Principal. Students must obey the accompanying official, and he/she should submit a report to the Principal regarding the conduct of the student during their outing time.

HR-13: Gate passes may be issued to all the students availing the outing time. The detailed procedure for it will be approved by the Principal, separately for summer and winter. Hostel warden or superintendent should get the rules approved by the Principal, and the same should be added to the hostel rule as annexure.

HR-14: Boarders are expected to behave well in public, and represent their school with pride.

HR-15: Boarders must return to the hostel at least five minutes earlier than the entry time.

HR-16: Only those persons will be allowed to meet the students, whose complete particulars and photograph are submitted by the parents at the time of admission. No one except the guardian or parents can take the student with him/her. This can be done only with the written permission of the competent authority.

HR-17: Parents must leave the address and telephone number of the guardian with the hostel office.

HR-18: Boarders must take part in all the educational activities arranged by the school or hostel, unless exempted by the competent authority.

HR-19: Going out during the weekdays is totally discouraged. However, if there is any genuine reason, the hostel administration will try to assist.

Study Room Expectations

HR-20: During study hours, all students must devote their time to academic preparation in the study room.

  1. The door to the rooms remains open.
  2. Silence is mandatory.
  3. Students must work independently, unless they are allowed for a group study session with in full knowledge of house brother/sister. Group study sessions will happen in common areas and not in individual rooms.
  4. Students assigned to study room must bring all study materials to the designated location.
  5. Students may not use this time to sleep or take showers.
  6. Throughout the study period, the house brother/sister will keep check on the students.
  7. Students living in hostel, interested in studying beyond the light-off time should do so in the study room, under the supervision of a supervisor, who is deputed for this purpose. This can be done with the written permission of the Principal/warden/superintendent and an entry to this effect will be made in the Late Hour Study Register signed both, by the student and by the supervisor.

HR-21: On school days students are not allowed to remain in the hostel without a genuine reason, however, in special cases a student may remain in the hostel if he/she has the written consent of the competent authority. This privilege could be revoked any time.

Laundry and Dry Cleaning

HR-22: Laundry is given on the days notified by the competent authority. It will be washed, pressed and returned to the Boarders as approved by the hostel council. In case of loss or damage, the Boarders must inform the laundry personnel immediately. The complaint could also be entered in the complaint book provided in the hostel.

Discipline and Decorum

HR-23: Visitors are not permitted to go into the rooms of the hostels. Particularly, the female visitors are not permitted to visit any time into the Boys Hostel, and male visitors are not permitted to visit girls rooms at any time, without the written permission of the Principal/warden.

HR-24: Room furniture, electric fittings, etc. are required to be maintained by the inmates in good condition. At the time of allotment of room and leaving the hostel for the vacation, every student must take-over and hand-over, respectively, the hostel property carefully.

HR-25: Ragging of any kind is severely punishable and may lead to expulsion from the institute. As such, students are advised not to indulge in any such activity.

HR-26: Parents or any other relative should not give cash to their wards as students living in hostel are not allowed to keep cash with them.

HR-27: Bullying is banned. No one is permitted to subject any other student to any kind of ill-treatment, either physical or mental. There is a continuous effort to instil a high moral behaviour into the boarders. Should any child persist with any antisocial act, he/she will be liable to serious disciplinary action, including expulsion/withdrawal, as deemed fit by the Principal.

HR-28: Any child involved in any immoral act is liable to be expelled without warning, and there will be no reconsideration whatsoever. There will be no refund of fee in such cases. Furthermore, Principal or the disciplinary committee may not assign any reason for doing so.

HR-29: Students are not permitted to possess any sordid reading/viewing material.

HR-30: No student is permitted to buy, sell or exchange goods or lend or borrow money from each other or from the staff. Nor are they allowed to do so with any outsider especially when they go on outings from the school.

HR-31:Parents desiring to send any item to their ward should either deliver the same to the warden or his/her nominee personally. Nothing should be delivered to the boarder directly.

HR-32: The change of status from boarder to Day Boarder/day Scholar or vice-versa will not be entertained in the mid session.

Conservation of Resources

HR-33 : a) Fire codes : Heat producing electrical devices such as heater, electric blankets and halogen lamps are prohibited. The Residential staff will confiscate any devices not in compliance with fire and safety codes and regulations. The candles and incense sticks are prohibited.

b) Water conservation : This should be followed strictly. Taps in bathroom/toilets must be closed, whenever they are not in use.

c) Electricity Appliances : Fans and lights must be switched off whenever the students leave their rooms. They must switch off all lights, when they go to bed. In case it is noticed that the fans/lights are on in the bolted room, a penalty will be imposed for wasting the precious energy.

Rules Regarding Mess

HR-34: a) Mess menu will be designed by the hostel management committee normally on term basis, in consultation with mess manager and approval of the Principal. The menu shall be displayed in the dining hall of the hostel.

b) The students should strictly observe the prescribed mess timings. Late food/breakfast will be served only in exceptional cases, with prior consent of the mess manager.

c) On request from sick students, separate food will be prepared in mess and will be served in his/her room, if so required.

d) Wastage of food in the mess must be avoided.

e) Mess utensils are not to be taken out of the dining hall.

f) Mess is operated with limited staff and during peak hours, it is observed that it becomes difficult to cater to the demands of all the students dining at a time. The students should, therefore, wait patiently for their turn to be served. Mess manager will take care to serve the students effectively during peak hours.

Code of Counduct

HR-35: The school prides itself on its high standards of discipline and code of conduct. It expects its students to adhere to the code for :

  1. Personal hygiene, attendance and punctuality.
  2. Behaviour, good manners, language and conduct.
  3. Respect for others, for the school, its property and image.
  4. Adhering to school rules and regulations in all areas.

Students must strictly observe the following:

  • They are not allowed to wear any kind of studs or rings on the eye brows, chin, ears, nose etc.
  • Students are not allowed to wear low waist trousers or skirts or narrow bottom trousers.
  • No bracelets, fancy pendants or amulets are to be worn by the students.

HR-36: Students are encouraged to write letters to their parents weekly or fortnightly. In case of any emergency, the hostel warden/Principal will write to the parents. The hostel/school authorities have the right to scrutinize all the correspondence sent or received by the boarders.

HR-37: Going out during the weekdays is totally discouraged. However if there is any genuine reason, the Hostel Administration will try to assist. Permissions of any kind during the weekends or holidays on this account should be obtained from the Principal.

HR-38: If during the course of a session a student needs to go home, he/she must obtain permission from the Principal in the form of a Leave Request and provide a written request sent by the concerned parents to the administration, giving the valid reason. In this regard, the school's leave policy will be observed.

HR-39: No permissions will be granted to any student living in hostel for spending night out on weekends unless the parent themselves are available in the town and the student living in hostel stays with them.

Holidays

  1. HR-40:
  2. Holidays schedule will be separately notified every year.
  3. Parents should arrange to take the students home, whenever required either personally or with the approved guardian or person carrying the written authority letter of the parents. Students may not be allowed to go home in the absence of such arrangement.

HR-41: All students must report on the given date after the vacation/leave etc., In case of any emergency, written request giving detailed reasons, should be provided by the parents to the Principal, and a written permission must be obtained to condone the delay in arrival.

HR-42: There is a provision of STD booths in hostel, which remain open as directed by the Principal. Also parents can contact the hostel warden/superintendent/manager on the school phone in case of emergency only.

HR-43: No cash payment by the students is allowed at the STD booth or to the tuck shop.

HR-44: Overstay on leave/vacation/holidays is not permitted and is liable to fine. This is essential to inculcate the habit of punctuality in the students living in hostel.

HR-45: Parents are advised not to contact the students during mandatory study hours.

HR-46: Any application for attending marriages, functions or any other events during the school term will not be entertained, unless it pertains to the parents or siblings. Written permission in this regard must be obtained in time. No messages over the telephone will be accepted in this regard.

Fees Deposits and Advances

  1. HR-47:
  2. Fees has to be deposited within the stipulated period.
  3. Payment of fee and other dues should be made only to the fee clerk on the fee counter and proper receipt should be obtained for any payment made.
  4. Demand Draft should be drawn in favour of Principal, Him Academy Public School, Hamirpur (HP). Out station cheque payable at all branches of the bank are accepted.
  5. Except for the routine payments and charges notified by the Principal, no additional payment should be made without a circular from the Principal. For any deposit contrary to this, school will not be responsible.
  6. Advance payment if any should be got sanctioned by the Principal.
  7. Imprest deposit should be made, as directed by the school. The imprest deposit covers personal expenses, books, medical expenses, picnic/excursions, postage, exam fee, stationary expenses, activities tuck shop expenses, school uniform and other clothing (if need be), and contingency expenses.
  8. Statement of accounts will be given to parents
  9. Note: Imprest amount is adjusted against actual expenses. When it falls short, additional demand may be raised by the school.
  10. No cash is given to the students for the purchase of stationary or other items from school canteen or tuck shop or from anywhere outside.
  11. Security or caution money is refunded on demand after 3 months from the date on which student's name is struck off the rolls.

HR-48: The balance amount of the imprest of the +2 appeared/passed students or student leaving the school will be refunded through cheque along with the security.

HR-49: Parents should not supply medicines to the students, unless, specially advised by the family doctor. These must be handed over to the house sister/brother along with instruction/prescription regarding its administration. Such medicines are to be administered entirely at the cost and responsibility of the parents.

HR-50: No oral exemptions will be accepted. All exemptions must be obtained in writing and submitted and recorded with the concerned official.

HR-51: Any boarder falling sick, will report to the house brother/sister, who will record the action taken, in the sick register. It should be signed both by the student and house master.

HR-52: After recovery, the students must obtain fitness certificate from the doctor and submit it to the house brother/sister.

HR-53: When the student returns from home after long illness, he/she must bring a fitness certificate from the doctor, who has treated him/her.

HR-54: Physical exercise, meditation, sports, games, yoga and other relaxation techniques are compulsory for all boarders, unless exempted by the competent authority. Separate schedule may be fixed for boys and girls, depending upon their class.

HR-55: Rest time is the time to rest. No student should disturb any other student during the rest time, as well as during the self study time.

Rights and Responsibilities of the Students Living in Hostels

HR-56:
Rights:

  1. Secured and peaceful residential environment.
  2. Protection, care and tolerance from others.
  3. Freedom from harassment, bullying and victimization from other.
  4. Social opportunities.
  5. Sporting, physical and outdoor opportunities.
  6. Voice in how the residential community functions.
  7. Communication with parents, relatives and friends.

Responsibilities:

  1. Help to maintain a secure and peaceful residential environment.
  2. Respect oneself, the School and others.
  3. Be sensitive to the belief and customs of others.
  4. Participate in social, sports, outdoor and cultural opportunities to the best of their ability.
  5. Be honest.
  6. Be safe and aware of boundaries and rules at all times.
  7. Contribute to community life in as many ways as possible.

HR-57: The school/hostel administration, teachers and any other authority authorised by the Principal will assign consequences for violation of hostel and school rules and the code of conduct or expected student behaviour.

HR-58: Consequences could be recommended by the house sister/brother or teacher or any other member of staff if a student:

  1. does not leave for school in time.
  2. does not wear the correct and complete uniform.
  3. is late for study time.
  4. misuses any facilities.
  5. leaves his/her room in an untidy state.
  6. is seen loitering without a proper reason.
  7. is found to be disrespectful.
  8. breaks the basic boarding house rules.
  9. returns late, displays unruly behaviour, creates excessive disturbance, consumes food in room, stores opened food and soft drink in room.
  10. uses foul language i.e., vulgar, offensive, abusive and coarse slang.

Certain factors taken into consideration would be:

  1. credibility of the student.
  2. academic standing.
  3. behaviour in the Hostel and School.
  4. faculty impression of the student.
  5. previous record, both at the school and the Hostel.
  6. Note: In case of violation of any kind a written report/anecdotal record must be prepared and submitted to the school office. No school or hostel official should avoid preparation of report or anecdotal record or its submission to the school office. It will be treated as neglect of duty if any school or hostel official witness to misconduct/misbehaviour/violation of rules , overlooks the matter or avoids reporting the matter to the school authorities.

HR-59: List of clothing and other items can be obtained from the school. The items should be sent along with the student. Sending the items later on, causes inconvenience to the students.

HR-60: It is only right to expect that clothings will wear out with the passage of time. So, the same should be replaced before the student returns from the vacations.

HR-61: In case any student living in hostel does not have his uniform/casual dress/other items of correct design or colour or if the number of items is not sufficient, the same will be procured by the school and the amount will be deducted from the imprest amount.

HR-62: Students living in hostel should follow the daily routine of the hostel and school as per hostel rules and schedule given in the hostel rules and the time table of the school respectively.

HR-63: No student living in hostel is allowed to any cash/ATM Card or mobile sim card in their possession and no valuable things should be possessed by them while staying in hostel.

HR-64: No students living in hostel are allowed to invite day scholar colleagues to the hostel premises for their personal interaction or any other reasons.

HR-65: If any student living in hostel falls sick will report to the hostel House Brother/House Sister immediately and is not supposed to take medicine on his own or on the advice of his co-inmate.

HR-66: No student living in hostel will be allowed to attend the school or return the hostel during his/her illness if he/she has been treated outside the school premises until the medical fitness certificate and the treatment schedule has been submitted by him/her to the House Brother/House Sister.

HR-67: Any loss of valuable articles will be the personal loss of the student living in hostel as they are not allowed to keep any valuable articles in their possession during their stay in hostel.

HR-68: All students living in hostel are to be compulsorily provided with hostel uniforms and all other items as per the list.
In case of any deficiency or when otherwise considered essential for the student, local purchase will be arranged and the cost will have to be borne by the parents. The expenditure will be accounted for into the pocket money or imprest amount.

HR-69: Food packets or fruits etc. from home are not encouraged. In case such packets are received, the food item may be distributed among the boarders or the room mates at the discretion of the hostel superintendent.

HR-70: It has been observed by the school administration that there is a lot of disturbance due to irregular visits of the parents to meet their wards. So, the parents are advised to meet their wards on second Saturdays of the month.
In case of emergency, the parents or guardian may be allowed to meet with the prior written permission of the Principal. Parents visits on other days will not be allowed.

HR-71: Formation of societies, associations or clubs or groups and holding of meetings other than routine cultural meetings in the presence of members of staff are not allowed.

HR-72: Any student causing damage or loss of school/hostel property will be required to pay for the loss (make good the loss). In case more than one student is involved in causing the loss or damage the cost of loss/damage repair etc. will be equally distributed among all the students. If the loss or damage occurs in the hostel room, class room or anywhere else and the students present there and the bystanders do not reveal the names of the persons causing the loss or damage, the cost of property, damage/loss will be equally distributed among all the students involved or present there.

HR-73: Children will not be allowed to go with the drivers unless proper authority letter with photograph attested by the Principal is carried by him.

HR-74: Students can have day outing only with the parents or approved guardians.

HR-75: Parents will be allowed to meet the children on second Saturdays and second Sunday of the month. On other days prior written permission of the Principal will be necessary.

HR-76: Parents interested to have a talk with their ward in case of emergency should contact the hostel office and give the message to the front office attendant who will record the message. Parents can ask for message record number. The front office attendant will communicate the message to the hostel warden/superintendent manager and get his/her signature on the message register. It will be the duty of the hostel warden/supdt./manager to enable the student contact his/her parents as deemed fit.

Leave Rules

HR-77: No half day leave is permitted.

HR-78: Leave is granted when applied on the leave-application form prescribed by the school. Reason for leave should be clearly specified.

HR-79: In case of sickness for any period of time, a medical certificate must be attached along with the leave application. After recovery, the fitness certificate should also be produced, particularly in case of long illness.

HR-80: If the unauthorized absence exceeds 6 days, the name of the erring student will be struck off the rolls and a re-admission on fee of 500/- will be charged.

HR-81: Rules and regulations mentioned herein may be changed without notice and all changes are binding on all students.

HR-82: Rules may be changed without prior information to the parents and students. Parents/guardians seeking admission for their ward should carefully read the rules and regulations of the school, as well as hostel. Lack of knowledge of rules and regulations can't be accepted as an excuse.

HR-83: In case of any dispute(s) regarding the matters connected with anything pertaining to the rules, interpretation of the rules etc., the decision of the President, Him Academy Education Society, shall be final. And the courts at Hamirpur (H.P.) shall have the exclusive jurisdiction to entertain any dispute regarding these rules.

Remarks

School has tried to list all possible cases, expectations and misconduct in the different documents for the information of all concerned. There may be even repetitions to make the documents exhaustive and comprehensive. In case of any other misconduct, misbehaviour, omission, commission, violation of expectations of student behaviour, not covered in these documents, the school reserves the right to take action in the interest of the student welfare and education. The decision of the Principal in all such cases will be final and binding on all concerned.

Hostel : Overview

  1. The life at HAPS hostels inspires the students to varied and deeper levels of physical, intellectual and emotional growth. Students, here, come across many persons with different backgrounds. Hostel Rules promote the development of higher self confidence and motivate them to achieve their own aspirations. The life at HAPS hostels is a judicious mixture of restrictive and open but well protected environment to enable the students steer out of today's complex social environment all around us.
    Academic studies after the school hours are mostly carried out in the classrooms and hostels under the supervision of teachers, coaches and house brothers/sisters . Physical fitness is ensured through Yoga, exercises, PT and games. A well organized programme of cultural activities enables the students to develop a well rounded personality full of human values.
  2. ADMISSION CRITERIA
    Admission to the hostel is granted on the basis of merit in the admission test conducted by the school. Rooms are allotted to the students by the school. Admission to the hostel is granted for full one academic session. Hostel fees are payable in advance for this duration. The mode of payment is decided by the Principal. There will be no refund of hostel fees, except for the caution money.
  3. FORMALITIES BEFORE JOINING THE HOSTEL
    Before a student joins the hostel following documents/formalities must be completed on a separate proforma.
    1. Authority letter from the parent for a maximum of two local guardians along with their complete address, phone number and photographs.
      The local guardians must be respectable citizens and must be employed/engaged in business and aged more than 25 years. No student will be allowed to be nominated as a local guardian. The appointment of local guardian must be approved by the Principal.
    2. A certificate signed both by the parents and student stating that no mobile/cash, costly belongings except those prescribed by the school are retained by the student.
    3. A health certificate regarding the medical history etc. of the student.
  4. THE DAILY ROUTINE
    1. Boarders (students living in hostels) are required to follow a pre-determined routine from getting up in the morning to sleeping at night. This routine is prepared by the school on the basis of previous experiences. It is based on the assumption that disciplined way of living is better than the undisciplined/erratic way of living. It is time tested fact, accepted by everyone. It is the responsibility of the school to educate the students about the importance of daily routine.
    2. Education means the all round development of the personality. Educationists believe that success depends upon the life skills that we learn during our education in the school. That is why we are very particular about the daily routine. Since, we are responsible for 24×7 hours/days planning of students living in hostel, we are emphasizing  on the strict follow up of daily routine that teaches the boarders, different life skills which contribute a lot to their success in life.
  5. GETTING UP EARLY IN THE MORNING
    Daily routine determined by HAPS requires the student living in hostel to get up early in the morning. One needs to adopt it as a ritual, without asking for reasons. It is the experience of every right thinking person that we must get up early in the morning. No second thought about it.
  6. SLEEPING EARLY
    Many students want to study up to late hours in the night. These are the students who don't follow their daily routine strictly. It is not the number of hours but the quality of study that matters. Every student requires 6 to 7 hours of sleep daily. This must be obtained between 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. Cutting short the sleep hours is going to affect student's health as well as their alertness in the class.
  7. DISADVANTAGES OF LATE NIGHT STUDY
    a) Efficiency of learning is lowered.
    b) Adversely affects both the mental and the physical health.
    c) Adversely affects the alertness during the day.
  8. DAILY EXERCISE
    We fall ill when we lead undisciplined life and do not follow the daily routine and are not careful about daily exercises, eating, sleeping etc. Irregular/erratic living is likely to lead to illness. The daily exercise is must for everyone. If one wishes to be healthy, mentally as well as physically fit, one must adopt daily exercises as a routine. Do not ask for reasons.
  9. JUNK FOOD
    Schools all over the world are being advised to educate the children to avoid junk food. We can't be an exception. Boarders are advised to avoid junk food.
  10. MAKING EXCUSES/TELLING LIES
    Often, when a student is caught on the wrong foot he/she makes excuses and tells lies. When the students do so, the school ultimately comes to know about it. It is better to confess the guilt and mend one's ways rather than to continue making excuses or telling lies. School tries to educate the students through different programmes.
  11. TV/GAMES/SPORTS/ENTERTAINMENT/HOBBY
    In the hostel TV will be allowed to be used only as a source of education and not as a tool for wasting time. Students/residents are advised to select games/sports for themselves and use the same for introducing breaks in the daily routine and use them as a source of entertainment. Every student must select game/sports/hobby and follow it up very faithfully. School as well as hostel staff will help the students in doing so.

GUIDELINES FOR PARENTS OF THE STUDENTS LIVING IN HOSTEL

In order to maintain discipline and decorum in the school, Parents are requested to follow the under mentioned guidelines:-

  1. Parents should meet their wards only on the specified day (second Saturday and second Sunday), except in emergency.
  2. Parents/guardian can meet their wards only in the reception area.
  3. Parents must make sure that their relatives, acquaintances and visitors must hold valid Identification Card /authority letter, without which they are not allowed entry in the school or hostel.
  4. In case parents wish their wards to come or go with some one else, that person should carry the authority letter along with his/her photograph or any identity proof and signature.
  5. Parents may meet the Principal/other authorities on working days.
  6. Students are permitted to communicate only with persons specified and permitted by Parents, through the school/hostel telephone.
  7. There is a provision of STD in hostel, which remains open as directed by the Principal. Also parents can contact the hostel warden/superintendent/manager on the phone in case of emergency only.
  8. In case of emergency the parents should contact the hostel office and give the message to the front office attendant who will record the message and take action as required.
  9. Parents must not give cash, expensive gift items and eatables from outside to their wards.
  10. Parents desiring to send any item to their ward should deliver the same to the hostel manager or his/her nominee personally. Nothing should be delivered to the boarder directly.
  11. Parents/Guardian must ensure that his/her ward returns to school in time after every vacation/leave.
  12. Parents/Guardian must not give his/her ward any personal medicine without the knowledge of the House brother/sister. Parents must share  of major illness of their ward, with the house brother/sister.
  13. Parents are not supposed to lend their mobiles to their wards.
  14. Faxes are not accepted  for the leave application.
  15. Original letters with signature of parents, will only be accepted, for any reason whatsoever.
  16. Parents should attend all Parent-teacher meet, for the betterment of the child.
  17. It is mandatory for the students living in hostel as well as day scholars, to come (or go out of) school or hostel in the school uniform or the hostel uniform (after the school hours). No student is allowed to enter or go out in civil clothes, even while going on leave or vacations or while coming after leave or vacations.
  18. If a student is absent during any test/assessment/examination, be it for any reason; no re-test, re-assessment or re-examination is allowed.
  19. Parents/guardians of the students are informed over the telephone in case of serious illness or accident.
  20. School does not accept responsibility, legal or otherwise in case of accident or illness. It , however , takes all necessary steps to prevent such happenings.
  21. In all matters pertaining to studies, discipline, behaviour and welfare of the students, the Principal's decision is final and binding on the parents/guardians.
  22. Surprise check will be made by the competent authority appointed by the Principal. Extra items, other than those permitted by the school will be confiscated.
  23. No permission will be granted to any student living in hostel for spending night out on weekends unless the parent themselves are available in the town and the student living in hostel stays with them.
  24. No oral exemptions will be accepted. All exemptions must be obtained in writing and submitted and recorded with the concerned official.
  25. When the student returns from home after long illness, he/she must bring a fitness certificate from the doctor, who has treated him/her.
  26. The school/hostel administration, teachers and any other authority authorised by the Principal will assign consequences for violation of hostel and school rules and the code of conduct or expected student behaviour.
  27. It is only right to expect that clothing will wear out with the passage of time. So, the same should be replaced before the student returns from the vacations.
  28. In case any student living in hostel does not have his uniform/casuals/other items of correct design or colour or if the number of items is not sufficient, the same will be procured by the school and the amount will be deducted from the imprest amount.
  29. No student living in hostel is allowed to any cash/ATM Card or mobile sim card in their possession and no valuable things should be possessed by them while staying in hostel.