School Uniforms
The School Uniform is compulsory. The uniform for Std. VI to X consists of cream blouse, light green pleated pinafore skirt, white socks, black shoes, green tie with a monogram and black ribbons, green / white shorts and for Std. I to V Robin blue pinafore skirt with white blouse.

P.T. Uniform which consists of a white pleated pinafore skirt, a white blouse/party shirts, white socks and white ribbons. On Wednesdays High School students will come in party shirts and Saturdays white uniform. On Wednesdays Primary school students will come in white uniform and Saturdays party shirts. The uniform can be purchased from the school.

Students will wear full sleeved black sweaters, with V-necked collar. The School will not see to the supply of the sweaters. Every sweater must bear the student’s name. For safety measures ID cards are supplied to all the students, and it should be worn everyday.

Attendance on the first and last working day of the School after every vacation is compulsory. Absence on those days will entail action.

Punctuality for both sessions of daily classes is essential.

Absence due to illness should be intimated at once. Prior permission is required even for short absence of a day for social or religious functions. Long absence, without intimation, will result in the pupil’s name being struck off the roll.

Leave Notes duly signed by the parents are to be written in the columns provided for this purpose in the school diary. Reasons for leave should be specified clearly.

Late comers without written explanation from parents or guardians, will not be admitted into the class.


  1. Pupils are always expected to be polite in speech and courteous in manner. They are expected to be neat and tidy in person and belongings.
  2. Running, playing or shouting inside the school building is not allowed. No student is permitted to enter any classroom without permission other than her own.
  3. Books, Magazines, Newspapers etc., may not be brought to the school without the sanction of the Principal.
  4. All correspondence addressed to the school is subject to scrutiny by the Principal.
  5. Under no circumstances shall a student, leave the school, once she answers her roll, until the end of the session, without the permission of the Principal.
  6. Visitors, parents or guardians will not be allowed to communicate with any student during working hours, without the permission of the Principal.
  7. No student suffering from a contagious or infectious disease shall be permitted to attend the school.
  8. No present/gift may be given to a teacher either in school or outside school without the consent of the principal. Collection for any purpose requires the sanction of the principal.
  9. Collection or borrowing of money, buying or selling of any description among the children require the Principal’s permission.
  10. Pupils are not permitted to wear expensive/fancy watches / jewellery or carry valuable articles. The school is not responsible for loss of goods. Books, stationery, tiffin boxes, sweaters etc., should bear the name of the child and owner is responsible for its safe keeping.
  11. No child will be permitted to be in class during the assembly and the physical training periods unless permitted by the Principal.
  12. During the absence of the teacher, the class leader will be responsible for the order and discipline of her class.
  13. Irregular attendance, insubordinate behaviour, negligence to school work, obscenity in word or act are sufficient reasons for permanent or temporary dismissal of a pupil. Minor offences such as coming late to class, damaging school property, writing on the walls etc., are punishable by a fine.
  14. The students who depend on public conveyance to come to school should leave their home early enough to avoid peak hours and be in school well in time.
  15. Catholic pupils are responsible to the school authorities for the performance of the religious duties. Top priority will be given to religious instruction and character formation.
  16. Pupils are expected to be on time in their classes for the morning assembly which starts at 8.20 a.m.
  17. In the morning as the pupils come to school they should sit in their respective classes and spend the time in useful study. No pupil should be found loitering about or idling away her time during the study hour.
  18. Silence on the school premises and in the classrooms is always to be maintained.
  19. On the teacher’s arrival in the classroom the pupils must rise and remain standing till they have prayed, salute the teacher, take their seats and thank the teacher before they leave the classroom. Pupils are always expected to respect the authority given to all staff members.
  20. Strict action will be taken against copying in the examination / changing marks/forging parents’ signature etc.
  21. The school does not hold itself responsible for the pupil’s conduct outside its premises. If however, takes cognizance of any serious misconduct of its pupils committed outside its precincts and should any serious charge be fairly substantiated, the guilty shall be punished according to the gravity of the offence.
  22. No student or staff member will be called to the phone during school hours. In case of urgency, however, messages received on the phone will be conveyed to them.
  23. In case of Emergency, the student will be sent home only with the parent or a note duly signed by the parent to ensure the safety of the child. Students are not allowed to see parents or visitors or to leave the school premises during school hours without the permission of the principal.
  24. All the students must possess a copy of the school calendar which is to be brought to class on all working days. They are not permitted to tear any page from the calendar.
  25. Each child should have at least two sets of uniforms.
  26. 26. Bringing mobile phones, I-Pods and cameras to school are strictly forbidden.
  27. Courtesy in behaviour and conversation is the hallmark of an educated person. Words like “Please”, “Thank You”, “May I” should be used in daily conversation.
  28. Moving for Assembly, games and computer classes should be done in silence and in an orderly way.
  29. Care must be taken of all school property. No child should scratch or spoil the desks or any school furniture, write or draw anything on the walls or in any way damage school property. Damage done, even accidentally whether in the laboratories or in the library should be reported at once and the damage made good.
  30. Umost care should be taken to keep the school premises clean. No child should litter the class-room nor the school grounds. Bins provided should be used.
  31. Students should behave in a ladylike manner wherever they go. They should always remember that the school is judged by their conduct among other things. They should greet teachers when they meet them.

Parents are expected to co-operate with the school authorities in enforcing regularity and discipline, by seeing that their children prepare their lessons daily, leave home for school in time and take active interest in the activities of the school. Please refer to the School Calendar / Home Work Diary regularly. Check their home work and supervise their study at home. Remarks made in it should be seen and countersigned regularly.

To reduce the burden of Homework and for better monitoring, the school has formulated the following strategy:

Monday          – Mathematics & English
Tuesday          – Mathematics & Social Science
Wednesday    – Mathematics & Science
Thursday       – Mathematics & Kannada
Friday             – Mathematics & Hindi
Saturday        – Mathematics, Science and Social Science

  • All homework should be done neatly and regularly and the day’s work always updated.
  • It is the duty of Parents to see that their children come to school clean, neatly dressed and in time for class.Report on student’s conduct, application and progress are issued by the school after monthly tests and after each Semester Examination.
    After each evaluation programme parents will be notified of the date of the Parents – Teachers meeting, and they are expected to meet the class teacher / subject teacher and sign the marks card. Presence of both the parents is compulsory.
  • Papers will be shown to the parents only on the OPEN DAY. Parents are advised not to give any pocket money to the children while coming to school.
    The engagement of private tutors may prove injurious to your child’s real progress. No pupil is permitted to engage any of the school teachers as private tutors without the previous permission and approval of the Headmistress in writing.
    Parents are required to inform the school authorities in writing if the child suffers from any chronic ailment, allergy or any other medical illness.
    Tests and Exams are compulsory. If due to illness one cannot attend, it must be reported to the Principal immediately in a written application with a medical certificate.
    No Parent will meet the Teacher during school hours. In their own interest parents are advised to take particular note of the teacher’s remarks on pages provided in the calendar.
    Keeping in mind the safety of the children, the entry at the gate for the visitors and parents is restricted during class hours As your daughter advances in age, guide her to become a resourceful and useful member of the home and country. Encourage self help for work and study. Show her how to keep her room tidy, make her own bed, polish her own shoes, carry her own bag, etc. The formation of such habits early in life inculcates in her the idea of the dignity of work, a fundamental personal virtue necessary for a successful career in life.
    Withdrawal of your daughter from classes for more social and religious functions is not recommended, because it retards her progress in school and minimizes her respect for hard work, with the consequent failure to make progress in her studies.
    As the medium of instruction in this school is English your daughter should be helped to follow her classes easily and intelligently by a certain amount of regular English conversation at home.
  • The speaking of English is mandatory on the school premises.

As per the Government order issued by the Education Department Semester Scheme is followed in our Institution. The academic year is split into two units.

I Semester     : June to September
II Semester     : October to April

The child will be evaluated on subjects in Part A and in Part B.

PART A : Includes curricular subjects namely the 3 languages and core subjects – Mathematics, Science and Social Science.
PART B : Contains co-curricular subjects like Project Work, Value Education, Life skills includes Physical Education, Yoga, Health Education, Art and Computer. Both curricular and co-curricular activities are given due importance for promotion.

The following is the Grading Pattern
Part A – 50 Marks                                         Part B – 50 Marks
A+ (45–50) – Outstanding                            A (38–50)
A (38–44) – Excellent                                   B (15–37)
B+ (30–37) – Good                                      C (0–14)
B (25–29) – Satisfactory
C+ (15–24) – Average
C (0–14) – Very Poor

Promotion Rules
Apart from the regular Unit Tests, Final Examination is held at the end of each Semester/Term. A child should attend Two Examinations and the Unit Tests for promotion.The promotion depends on the child’s performance throughout the year.

The average grade obtained by the child in each Semester / Term is considered for promoting the child to the next class.

The Management continues to reward the brilliant students who secures 90% (for Stds. I – IV) and 85% (for Stds. V – X) in all the Tests and Exams with a Distinction Merit Certificate. Results declared at the end of the year are final in all cases and will not be reconsidered.

Absence from Tests and Examinations
Absence from tests and examinations in one or more subjects, without the previous permission of the Principal, shall be detrimental to the interests of the absentee at the time of declaring the promotions when it becomes necessary to apply the aforesaid rules.

Every student shall put in an attendance of not less than 80% of the number of working days to be eligible for promotion to the next higher class.

If a student fails twice in the same class or repeats a class in more than one class, or whose behaviour is unsatisfactory she should be withdrawn along with the T.C.