The student will fully respect the school’s endeavor to promote integrity and ethical behavior on all fronts.

Any attempt/inclination to cheat, lie, distort or manipulate will be dealt with severity by the school. All work assigned by the school i.e. Homework / Assignments / Projects / any other must be sincerely and diligently attempted by the student and not passed on to any external agency/individuals for completion. Any evidence of this effect will be perceived as a violation of academic honesty.

While attempting work assigned, full credit must be given for ideas, language, or creative design borrowed from any source.

Students are encouraged to understand the keywords/concept and attempt re-writing the material in their own language.

Being a silent witness or collaborator to any wrongful behavior too constitutes a violation of honesty. We expect students to bring on unethical/dishonest acts to the attention of teachers and Principals without delay and fear.

The School will appreciate and applaud the honesty of behavior and thought and uphold it as brave and rightful behavior.

Leave Rules

  • In the light of each day at school being unique and incapable of being replicated again, we urge parents to ensure that their wards are present every day. We expect students to be conscientious about daily attendance too.
  • The class teacher must be notified through the leave record section of the school almanac, in case of illness or non-attendance of school.
  • For leave exceeding a day, the Principal’s prior permission is mandatory.
  • Any left on health grounds must be supported by a medical certificate. The school reserves the right to verify the validity of the certificate.
  • In case of any infectious or contagious disease, we advise quarantine till full recovery. The student will be required to produce a medical fitness certificate to rejoin school.
  • No after-test leave is allowed on the weekly test day for any reason. In case of a truly unavoidable reason, the Principal’s permission is mandatory.
  • 75% minimum attendance is mandatory to appear for Half-Yearly and Annual Examinations. No student will be allowed to leave the school on his / her own for any reason.
  • The school is committed to ensuring the safety of students with the cooperation of both students and parents.

Academic Policy

  • Admissions are open for Classes VI, VII, and VIII for all academic years. Only 35 children per class, per section.
  • Inquiries will be entertained throughout the year.
  • Admission is open to all children irrespective of race, religion, caste, nationality, or gender. However, this is subject to availability of seats, fulfillment of stipulated age and other criteria, and payment of fees.

Age Criteria for seeking admissions is as follows:-

Class VI 

  • 10.5 Years and above 

Class VII

  • 11.5 Years and above

Class VIII

  • 12.5 Years and above

The age is reckoned as on 31st March of the year of admission

Documents to be submitted on seeking admission :

  • Original Birth Certificate or duly attested copy of copies of originals not available.
  • Certificate of caste / Physically Challenged (SC/BC/ST/PC) (if applicable).
  • Copy of residence proof of present status (like Telephone bill, Electricity Bill, Passport).
  • Copy of Aadhaar Card (Child, Father, Mother/Guardian).
  • Special Diagnosis if any (Medical/ Learning Disability etc)
  • Legal document if any custody/visitation rights ( if applicable )
  • Photos of 6 nos of the student and one of each Parent/guardian
  • Medical records of the student. Allergies to be mentioned if any
  • The blood group of the student and the parents/guardian and siblings
  • The report card, TC, Bonafide certificate of the last school attended

Examination Policy

External Examinations:

  • The Exams Officer is responsible for the organization and conduct of all external exams. The final confirmation of entry numbers and levels will be made by the Head of Department.
  • All exam paper packages arriving in the school will be counted by the Exam Officer or assistant, and locked away.
  • No exam papers may be removed from the exam room before the end of a session.
  • All exams will be conducted according to the rules laid down by the Exam boards and CBSE and within the start and finish times stated.
  • Any misconduct or irregularity will be reported to the Exams Officer, who will contact the Exam Board concerned.
  • In the absence of the Exam Officer at the end of an exam, papers will be collected and taken to the front office and given into the care of the secretary to be locked securely away in the exams (completed papers) safe.
  • Students will not be allowed to leave an exam except in the case of a medical emergency when they will be escorted by the invigilator’s assistant.


  • Each exam session will have a designated invigilator in charge and an assistant who meets the candidates in the music room, usually with the Exams Officer. The candidates are arranged in desk order, alphabetically in the foundation and higher tiers. As candidates pass the room layout plan on the stairs, they sign in to acknowledge their attendance. Once on the stairs, silence should be maintained.
  • The invigilator will check attendance according to the seating plan prepared by the Exams Officer. Clocks and notices need to be checked and the information board for candidates completed clearly, with a check made that this is visible and clear for all. JCQ regulations must be adhered to throughout the time of the examination. These are clearly set down in the yellow ‘instruction’ booklet. Invigilators should familiarize themselves with this before any examination.
  • The invigilator must not take work into the exam room, but give full attention to the conduct of the exam. The supporting member of staff may work in silence at the back of the room when not required to assist the invigilator.


  • Available for collection on the day appointed by the Exams boards at 10.30 am.
  • Heads of the department should check for the possibility of a re-mark/re-grade within a week of scrutiny of the results. Departments should be aware that the likelihood of success on appeal is slim.
  • If a result is queried the Exams’ Officer will investigate the feasibility of a re-mark.