1. Admission to LKG is generally announced in the FIRST WEEK OF JANUARY. FOUR YEARS as on 1st July is the age for admission in LKG. A corresponding scale of age is fixed for the subsequent classes.

  2. A student joining the school for the first time must produce a satisfactory evidence of his/her date of birth certificate from the Municipal (Nagarpalika or Nagar Nigam) or a Baptismal certificate. Date of Birth once recorded will not be changed.

  3. Generally there is No admission to other classes. However, depending on vacancies that may arise, opportunity may be provided to eligible candidates.

  4. When a student is admitted on a Transfer Certificate, he/ she shall not be placed in any class higher than that for which the certificate shows him/her to be qualified, nor will he/she be promoted before the end of a school year.

  5. A student who does not complete the school calendar year is not eligible for promotion; hence admission will be done accordingly.

  6. No student will be admitted without a Transfer Certificate from the school last attended and in no case shall a student be permitted to attend a class pending formal admission.

  7. Only students from recognised English Medium schools will be considered for admission.

  8. The school leaving certificate of a student joining from a school outside Uttar Pradesh must be countersigned by the Educational Authorities of the District in which the previous school is situated.

  9. Class XI : Admission to Class XI is not automatic for the students of class X of this school. It will depend on the marks obtained in half yearly, unit tests and priliminary examinations of class X as well as the conduct record of the student during the years in the school.

  10. Generally no admissions are made to class X & XII.

  11. In case of re-admission after withdrawal, admission fee will be levied again.

  12. Preference would be given to SC/ST/OBC candidates and the marginalised.

  13. The Principal reserves the right to admit or to refuse admission to anybody without assigning any reason for his action.


  1. Every application for a school leaving certificate shall be made in writing by the parents/guardian on the prescribed form.

  2. A school leaving certificate will not be issued until all the fees are paid. Those who leave in April will pay the fees for May and June as well.

  3. A fee of Rs. 100/- will be charged for a transfer certificate and this will be issued only three days after the receipt of an application.

  4. The issue of T.C. implies that all dues to and from the school are completely cleared.

  5. One clear calendar month’s notice in writing or a month’s fees in lieu of such notice must be given before a student can be withdrawn.

  6. Students can be asked to leave the school on the following grounds :

    1. Disciplinary

    2. Unsatisfactory Progress in Work

    3. Detention or Repeated Detention in a class


  1. All students should be present in school on the opening day of each term.

  2. Irregular attendance, unjustified absence or objectionable moral behaviour justify dismissal. If a student is absent for fifteen consecutive days without an application, or for three days at the beginning of a term, his/her name may be struck off the rolls.

  3. Every absence has to be intimated to the Principal immediately with an application duly signed by the parents. No student who has been absent from school or is late will be admitted into class by the teacher without the signed permission of the Principal.

  4. All students are expected to stand up in silence for the Assembly at the sound of the first bell.Assembly is the most important part of the school day. Every student should be present at it to begin the day with prayer to God and to listen to the announcements and instructions of the principal.

  5. No books, other than the required text books, should be brought to school. No student should bring to the school any objectionable articles, electronic goods, such as camera, tape-recorder, knives,weapons, crackers, mobile, explosives, etc. The offendens are liable to be dismissed or rusticated from the school and the confiscated goods will not be returned. The decision of the school authorities is binding on all.

  6. No student should leave the school premises during class hours without the knowledge and permission of the principal.

  7. Any damage of school property will have to be made good. The decision of the Principal regarding the amount is final.

  8. The school is not responsible for goods lost. Students should not carry or wear valuable articles including rings and fancy watches when coming to school. Students are liable to serious disciplineries action for stealing or damaging the articles of others.

  9. No student suffering from a contagious or infectious disease will be permitted to attend school. After recovery a fitness medical certificate is to be submitted.

  10. During school hours, students are not allowed to receive visitors or make phone calls or to answer a phone call. If the matter is very urgent, the message will be given.

  11. No student should remain in the classroom during P.T. or Games period, unless permitted by the Principal.

  12. Any student desiring to be exempted from P.T. or games must produce a doctor’s certificate to the effect that he/she is physically unfit to take part.

  13. All students should be habitually clean and always neatly dressed. They must come to school in school uniform everyday.

  14. Students must come to class with the lessons well prepared and the home work completed.

  15. The School Diary should be brought to the school daily.

  16. Running, playing and shouting inside the school building is never allowed.

  17. When students move along verandahs to other class rooms, they must walk in silence and in single line. They should always keep to the left as far as possible.

  18. Students should be particularly careful not to throw papers or fruit peels anywhere in the school premises. They should use the bins especially provided for that purpose.

  19. Students are responsible to the school authorities not only for their conduct in school but also for their general behaviour outside. Any reported or observed objectionable conduct out of school shall make them liable to disciplinary action.

  20. Students are not allowed to enter a classroom other than their own.

  21. Articles found in school or on its premises are to be handed over to the office.

  22. Parents send their children to this school so that they may be proficient in both in Hindi and English.In the school premises all are expected to speak only in English.

  23. Students should at all cost avoid writing, carving and scratching on walls and furniture. Such habits are detrimental to good education and a sign of low taste.

  24. Principal’s permission is required :—

    1. to make a collection for any purpose whatever;

    2. to arrange for a party, picnic or meeting;

    3. to join a sports meet or to play a game not arranged by the school;

    4. to give presents to teachers or stage demonstrations in their honour; and

    5. to arrange for private tuition from the school teachers.


  1. To be polite, friendly and well-behaved in and outside the school.

  2. To be honest and truthful, whatever may be the cost.

  3. To accept cheerfully every work and responsibility given, and to face difficulties with courage and determination.

  4. To be courteous and sportsman like on the playground with opposing teams and with the officials.

  5. To wish your parents, teachers and elders whenever you meet them.

  6. To respect your own property as well as of the school and also property belonging to others.

  7. To be bold enough to say ‘No’ when asked to do a thing which you know to be wrong.


  1. The very first condition of admission is that parents/ guardians will comply strictly with the terms and conditions herein stated and pay by the due date the tuition fees and all other charges.

  2. It is the responsibility of the parents to see that their wards reach the school and back home safely.

  3. Parents are requested to enforce regularity and discipline. They will kindly see that their children daily prepare their lessons.

  4. Politeness, courtesy of speech and conduct, cleanliness in dress and person should be inculcated.

  5. Leave for absence may be granted for a sufficient reason, but only on an application from the parent or guardian. This should be made in advance whenever possible.

  6. Any communication (request or complaint) made by a parent should be addressed to the Principal and not to the Class Teacher. When, thus communicating with the Principal, parents are requested to mention in their letter the name and the class with section of their child.

  7. No visitors (parents or others) are allowed to see the students or interview their teachers during class hours.

  8. Parents are also requested not to visit the classes during the class hours. All business will be transacted in the office.

  9. Parents are requested not to call or take their children during class hours except in a case of emergency.

  10. Parents and guardians are required to sign all the reports and to see that their children observe all the rules of the school.

  11. Parents must realise that the parents-teachers meetings are very important and they should attend them regularly.

  12. The Principal reserves the right to impose corrective punishment upon the students, as he may deem necessary.

  13. Students must not keep much cash with them when they come to school. Such a habit is harmful. Please check them for this.

  14. Small children should not be entrusted with payment of fees.

  15. Students should not carry or wear valuable articles including rings and fancy watches when coming to school. Fasionable hair style is not entertained. Keep hair short and simple.

  16. A reasonable good dress like that of the school uniform may be worn on birthdays.

  17. We welcome constructive criticism, we feel happy when parents take interest in the welfare of the institution and give feedback for improvement.


  1. Examination and tests enable parents to know the progress of their children and pay due attention to their studies at home.

  2. There will be two examinations of the students to register their progress : Half Yearly and Annual.

  3. Besides these terminal examinations, there will be four unit tests, which are compulsory. Any leave application on medical grounds during the examination period has to be submitted before or on the day of the examination. Any such application coming on a later date will not be accepted.

  4. Promotion to the next class will be made on the basis of the average of the marks obtained in Half Yearly, Unit Tests and Annual Examination.

    Distribution of marks for each Examination
    I – V VI – XII
    Half Yearly 40% 80%
    Annual 40% 80%
    Unit tests 20% 40%
    Interpretation of marks
    80 to 100 A Excellent
    70 to 79 B Very Good
    55 to 69 C Good
    35 to 54 D Satisfactory
    34 and below E Not Promoted
  5. The pass mark for each subject is 33% upto class X and 35% for XI & XII.

  6. For promotion, a student must obtain pass percentage in atleast five major subjects which must include the subject English.

  7. A student who, for reasons accepted by the principal, is not able to appear for the Half-yearly, has to appear for the Annual and his/her result is based on this examination.

  8. A student who does not appear for Half-yearly as well as Annual examination will not be promoted.

  9. Students whose attendance is below 75% of the working days may not be eligible to appear for the Annual Examination.

    Extract from ICSE and ISC Regulations

    Minimum attendance Requirement for students of class IX to XII

    • Candidates whose attendance is below 75% of the working days are ordinarily not eligible to sit for the examination. However, the Chief Executive and Secretary has the authority to condone the shortage of attendance in the case of candidates whose minimum attendance is not less than 60% of the working days in each year of the two year course. This is inclusive of absence due to illness and other special circumstances. Heads of Schools may represent, to the Chief Executive and Secretary, cases of candidates who deserve special consideration for condonation of shortage of attendance in Class IX, X, XI & XII, provided that the attendance of such candidates is not less than 60% of the working days, during each year of the two year course.

    • Further, the Chief Executive and Secretary may condone the shortage of attendance in the case of candidates whose minimum attendance is below 60% in exceptional cases i.e.:

      1. on Psychological / Medical Grounds such as serious illnesses requiring long period of treatment /hospitalization

      2. authorized participation in sports at State or National level organized by recognized Sports Authorities

      3. other unforeseen and special circumstances
        The Chief Executive and Secretary would subsequently report the matter to the Executive Committee of the Council
        The last date for computing attendance at school for XII is 31st January and X is 10th February

  10. A student who gives or obtains unfair assistance at an examination will be debarred for the rest of the examinations and will get a zero in that paper. Such a student may be detained in the same class or dismissed from the school.

  11. A student who fails twice in the same class will be asked to leave the school.

  12. Classes for class XI will begin in Apirl. The admission and division of group will be based on a student’s performance in Half Yearly, Unit Tests and Priliminary Examinations of class X as well as the conduct record of the student during the years in the school.

  13. A student of class XI who does not achieve pass percentage in the total evaluation of the year will not be permitted to beregular student next year in the same class. However, he/ she may be permitted to appear for the final examination at the end of that year at the discreation of the Principal. On passing in that examination, he/she may be admitted to the higher class (XII) as regular student once again, in which case his/her attendance of class XI will be accounted for.

  14. Attendance in all papers, both in Half-yearly and Annual is compulsory in view of rank in the Examination.

  15. Answer books of Half yearly examinations are shown to the students. Answer books of Annual Examinations are not shown. The result declared at the end of the year is final and not subject to reconsideration.

  16. The school does not undertake to retain answer scripts Projects of students for more than 60 days after the results are declared.

  17. A failed student forfeits all claims to concession in school fees.

  18. The decision of the school authorities on results shall be final and in no case shall lie in any court of law in respect of their decision.

  19. During the half yearly examination – evaluation period the entire question paper will be solved by the students in their respective copies.

  20. Passing in Moral Science is compulsory for promotion. 50% of the Moral Science marks are reserved with the Class teachers for behaviour and discipline of the student in the school. Rest, for the performance in the written examination.

  21. All project works for classes IX to XII should be submitted before 10th of July. All defaulters will get zero in the subject.


  1. Students should keep in mind that “Reading maketh a full man”. Students should develop the habit of reading books systematically and thoughtfully.

  2. Silence should be maintained in the library except on business with the librarian. This also should be done in a low voice.

  3. Students may borrow one book at a time for a period up to one week from the library. Any book not required by another person may be re-issued for a further week.

  4. Certain books, magazines, etc. are available for reference in the library only. They are not to be taken home.

  5. Books, periodicals, magazines, etc. should be treated with care, both in and out of the library. No writing, ink blots, torn pages, marks and lines in books, are tolerated.

  6. Books are issued on the understanding that they are only to be read by persons to whom they are issued and are not given to others whether of school or to outsiders.

  7. Any student who breaks the above rules will have to pay a fine or cost of the lost and damaged books.


  1. Students must wear lab coat (white overall) in the laboratory.

  2. Perfect silence in the laboratory is essential for concentration and successful scientific work.

  3. Keep your table, apparatus and note-book neat and clean.

  4. Add reagents in proportionate amounts, this gives the right result and key to success.

  5. Keep the reagents in their respective places, do not change the stoppers of the bottles.

  6. Avoid shifting the bottles from the common shelf.

  7. Use the waste box for throwing broken glass pieces, match sticks, filter paper, etc. and do not throw them in the sink

  8. Shake the test tubes while heating, do not throw hot and concentrated acids, specially conc. sulphuric acid.

  9. Pass hydrogen sulphide gas slowly in the solution, it is a very poisonous gas, do not leave the gas stopper open.

  10. Any damage to lab apparatus/equipments will have to be made good.


  1. Take off shoes before entering Computer Lab.

  2. Wipe off feet at doormat before entering the Computer Lab.

  3. Bringing outside Floppy, C.D., Pen Drive is prohibited.

  4. Unless and until needed, do not boot any system in the lab.

  5. Don’t move or shift the V.D.U. from its position.

  6. Always insert the disk properly in the disk drive before closing its drive door.

  7. Do not play with computer peripheral & wires.

  8. Do not scribble on the machine casing, wires and tables.

  9. Do not play with keyboard.

  10. Always come with your group.

  11. Do not bang the key, press them softly.

  12. Always open and close the lab’s door as instructed.

  13. If anyone found misusing or playing with any computer peripherals he/she will be liable to pay a heavy penalty.

  14. Computer Application/Computer Science is one of the subjects available for ICSE and ISC Level on merit/test basis respectively.


  1. Fees are taken monthly. However, fees for the entire year or for the term may be paid together.

  2. Fees should be paid by the date mentioned on the fee card, a late fee of Rs. 10 per month will be charged.

  3. If fees are not paid for two consecutive months the name will be struck off the rolls and if the Student wants to continue, Re-admission fee (Rs. 2000/-) will be charged.

  4. Fees of April, May and June must be paid before the school closes for the summer vacation.

  5. In September & December Terminal Fee has to be paid.

  6. Students, whose fees are not cleared fully will not be allowed to appear for the examinations.

  7. No exemption or reduction in fees will be made on account of any holiday, late admission, or absence for any cause.

  8. While applying for T. C., Fee Card should be produced.

  9. School fees once paid will not be refunded in any case.

  10. For the loss of the Fee Card Rs. 10/- will be charged.


  • Parents are requested to send their children to school, tidily dressed, wearing the school uniform. If the children fail to wear the uniform, they will not be allowed to enter their class.

  • L.K.G. & U.K.G.

  • SUMMER :

  • GIRLS : Maroon checked baby frocks, black shoes, black socks and black rubber band / hair band.

  • BOYS : Maroon checked trouser with suspender and beige shirt, black shoes and black socks.

  • WINTER :

  • GIRLS : Maroon checked baby frocks, Maroon V-neck pullover, Grey Blazer with school monogram, black shoes, black socks, black stockings and black rubber band / hair band.

  • BOYS : Maroon checked trouser with suspender and beige shirt, Maroon V-neck pullover, Navy Blue Blazer with school monogram, black shoes and black socks.


  • SUMMER :

  • GIRLS : Maroon checked skirts (box pleat in center) and beige shirt, tie, belt, badge, black shoes, black socks and black rubber band / hair band.

  • BOYS : Grey pant and white shirt, tie, belt, badge, black shoes and black socks.

  • WINTER :

  • GIRLS : Maroon V-neck pullover/sleeveless sweater with stripes on the boarder with school monogram and Grey Blazer with school monogram. Black shoes and black stockings. Full sleeves shirt, marron scarf.

  • BOYS : Grey Sweater & Navy Blue Blazer with school monogram, gray cap.


  • SUMMER :

  • GIRLS : Maroon checked Kurta, beige salwar and jacket, badge, black shoes, black socks and black rubber band / hair band.

  • BOYS : Grey pants and white shirt, tie, belt, badge, black shoes and black socks.

  • WINTER :

  • GIRLS : Maroon V-neck pullover/sleeveless sweater, with stripes on the border with monogram and Grey Blazer with school monogram, marron scarf.

  • BOYS : Grey sweater & Navy Blue Blazer with school monogram, gray cap.


  • GIRLS : White skirt, House T-shirt and white P.T. shoes and white socks upto class VIII. White Salwar Suit with white dupatta and white P.T. shoes and white socks for classes IX to XII.

  • BOYS : House T-shirt, white pants and white P.T. shoes and white socks.

  • Notes :

    1. No ties for girls from classes IX to XII, only ID Card.

    2. ID, House belts & ties for boys upto Class XII.

    3. ID, House belts & ties for Girls upto Class VIII.

    4. Kindly follow the pattern and colour strictly.


  1. There are (4) houses in School- Red, Green, Blue and Yellow. Each student, on admission, is placed inone of these houses.

  2. Each House is headed by one boy and one girl known as House Captain. A member of the staff assisted by several other teachers help the House Master. Points are awarded to student throughout the year for co-curricular activities, games and sports. At the end of the year the House gaining the highest number of points is awarded the best House Trophy.

  3. Every outstanding student is given a certificate.


  1. As per the traffic regulations and criteria set for driving vehicles, you are requested to observe the following informations.

    1. Below 16 years of age are not allowed to drive vehicle, hence students of this age group should not bring vehicles to school.

    2. From the age of 16 to 18 years are allowed to drive only vehicle without gears.

    3. From the age of 18 years and above are allowed to drive vehicles with gears.

    4. Students bringing vehicles who are above 16 years should have a valid driving license and wear a helmet.

    5. Students of class IV below should not come by cycle.

    6. Cycle stand facilities are available. Students coming by bicycle and those who are eligible with proper driving licence come by scooty/motorcycle are requested to keep them locked in the stand provided and must pay the prescribed charges (Cycle Rs. 500/- & Moped & Scooty Rs. 1000/-) for the entire year and obtain pass from the fee counter in April. The pass has to be brought to the school everyday. Those coming by two wheelers, should wear a helmet.


  1. Your child’s health is the concern of the school. Thus our health plan in collaboration with St. Mary’s Hospital, is drawn up for one scholastic year.

  2. The plan covers the following :

    1. Annual health check-up for every student in the school itself.

    2. Each student will have a health card.

    3. Medical instructions will be arranged by medical personnel on various aspects of health – nutrition, personal hygiene, care of the eyes, teeth etc.

    4. A student, whether outpatient or in-patient, at St. Mary’s Hospital will be charged half the usual charges, for bed and investigations prescribed by any department of the Hospital.

    5. A booklet on guidelines regarding management of common illnesses will be provided to all the school children.

  3. Every student pays Rs 100/- per year for the health care.


  1. All parents are required to impart Health Education to their children so that they

    1. Annual health check-up for every student in the school itself.

    2. Maintain personal hygeine like trimming of nails and being neat on a regular basis.

    3. Should exercise regularly.

    4. Sleep for at least eight hours daily.

    5. Have a balanced diet, nutritionally rich in protein and milk.

    6. Drink water which is either boiled or filtered. (All students are advised to bring their own water bottles from home).

    7. Avoid consumption of ice-creams, other milk products and eatables from road side vendors.

  2. Deworm all children at least once every year. Advice to be taken from the family physician.

  3. Get dental and opthalmic check up every year.

  4. Immunise all children as per schedule given below

    1. BCG (Basillus of Calmette and Guerin)

    2. DPT (Diptheria Pertussis Tetnus)

    3. Oral Polio

    4. Measles/MMR (Mumps Measless Rubella)

    5. DT-at 5 years of age (Diptheria Tetnus)

    6. Tetanus-Booster does to be given between 7-16 year of age and also to be given if injured.

    7. Typhoid once every year preferably.

    8. Cholera in the month of March.

    9. Meningitis

  5. Should there be any infectious disease in your home please report the fact to the Principal/Headmistress at once and do not send your ward to school till the infectious period is over.

  6. Students suffering from diseases such as Chicken-Pox, Cholera, Measles, Mumps, Whooping Cough and Jaundice must observe doctors prescribed period of Quarantine.

  7. Students suffering from infections diseases like conjunctive Dermartitis, Scabies etc. should not be sent to school.

  8. Students suffering from chronic diseases like Asthma, Epilepsy, Rheumatic Heart Disease etc. are advised to be under continuous Medial Supervision of a specialist Doctor. History of their illness must be filled up in the Almanac alongwith the treatment being taken.

  9. Note : The School reserves the right to add, alter, amend or cancel any of the rules/regulations given in this almanac at any time at its discretion which will be binding on parents/guardians.