A Unit of Dharma Chakkara trust


Rules of the School

  • School Diary should be brought to school daily by every student.
  • All must attend the morning prayer without fail. At the stroke of 9.00 a. m. every student should be ready for prayer.
  • It is compulsory for every student to attend the class in proper uniform.
  • Students are responsible for the safe custody of their books and belongings. Students should not leave the school premises without the permission of the Principal during the class hours.
  • No story books, periodicals or magazines of any description should be brought to the school premises without the consent of the Principal.
  • Running around and screaming in the class room and veranda is strictly forbidden.
  • Only English should be spoken in the school premises.
  • Students should develop the habit of greeting the teachers when they happen to meet them anywhere.
  • Any damage to school property is liable to penalty.
  • Scribbling on walls or furniture is strictly prohibited. Waste paper and fruit peels should be thrown into baskets and not on the ground.
  • Students should avoid taking private tuitions.
  • Students should not use any guides/printed notes without the permission of the Principal.
  • Parents or Guardians are not allowed to meet their wards or teachers during the class hours without the written permission of  the Principal.
  • Any communication, request or complaint from the parents, should be addressed to the Principal and not to the class teacher.
  • No leave or absence is granted expect for valid reasons. Those who take leave on the re-opening day must pay a fine of Rs. 10/-.
  • Irregular attendance, disobedience and any kind of misconduct or behavior objectionable to the good tone of the school are sufficient reasons for the dismissal of a pupil.


  • Pupils must obtain 75% attendance during the academic year for promotion. We expect full support and co-operation from the parents in this regard. Parents are requested to seek leave for their children only in unavoidable circumstances.
  • No pupil shall be absent himself/herself without obtaining prior permission. Absentees or late-comers should not enter the class without the written permission of the principal.
  • Absence by the pupil must be supported by a leave letter signed by the parent or guardian on the day of return to the school.
  • A student absenting himself/herself from school for three days successively on Medical ground will be asked to produce a medical certificate on his/her return.