General Rules of Discipline

Every student of the school shall comply with the rules of conduct to the satisfaction of the Principal. Disobedience, misconduct, misbehaviour or failure to comply with any of the rules shall be severely dealt with. Parents/Guardians are presumed to have agreed upon the rules when their ward /s are admitted to the school and undertake to submit to the normal enforcement of the same to the satisfaction of the Principal whose decision shall be final and binding.

In order that each student may enjoy the full benefit of the facilities placed at his/her disposal, he/she has to abide by the rules of conduct of the Higher Secondary School. They are designed solely to safeguard the student’s welfare and privileges and those of his fellow students.

  1. All students on the school campus are responsible to the Principal and teachers.
  2. Every student on admission, obtains an Identity Card. The student must always carry the card with his/her photograph affixed on the same and present it for inspection when demanded. No student shall be allowed to attend the classes/practical and examination without the Identity Card. Students is required to produce the Identity Card on demand to the Watchman/Security Guards of the School, Library Staff, Office Staff, Teachers and any other officials of the School.
  3. Students shall not carry mobile phones in the school premises. Mobile phones will be confiscated if, students are found carrying mobile phones in the premises.
  4. The student is not allowed to bring any kind of motor vehicle in the campus.
  5. During the school hours students shall be in school uniform as per the pattern specified.
  6. The students shall be in their respective class rooms by 1.00 p.m.
  7. Students must not attend classes other than their own without the permission of the teacher concerned.
  8. Students should attend all the classes every day. Student should take particular care to be punctual to all classes. If, a student remains absent for any of the class, he/she will be marked absent for the rest of the day. In case a student remains absent due to unavoidable circumstances then he/she should submit a LEAVE/ABSENT NOTE from the parent/guardian to the Class Teacher on the day of resume. If, prolonged illness is the cause, a medical certificate must be submitted.
  9. If a student is found to be absent for more than three days without obtaining the necessary permission from the school authorities the matter will be taken seriously and will be dealt in accordance with the rules of the school.
  10. A student should necessarily maintain above 75% attendance for the academic year to appear for examination of standard XI and XII. A student should strive to maintain cent percent attendance. Student falling short of 75% attendance, both before and after submitting the application for examination, will not be allowed to appear for the examination conducted by the School or by the Board.
    No student must remain absent from term examination. In case of illness, a medical certificate must be submitted within eight days from first day of absence of student.
  11. All important announcements will be exhibited on the school notice board, from time to time, and it is the duty of every student to see the notice boards every day. Failure to take note of such announcement shall not be valid excuse for non compliance thereof.
  12. Students are expected to actively participate in all co-curricular activities such as seminars, drama, debate, excursions, sports etc.. They are also to attend major functions and programmes organised/conducted by the school.
  13. Students are required to confirm to the grooming standards of the institute such as correct uniforms etc. They are expected to behave with decorum, to follow the regulations of the Higher Secondary School and pay due respect to the faculty and other officials. Conduct, inconsistent with general good order or persistent neglect of work or failure to respond promptly to official notice may be punished with dismissal.
  14. The conduct of the student in the school campus and premises shall be such as will not cause disturbance to other students and other c lasses. Loud talking, loitering or congregation in the corridors is a source of distraction and annoyance to others and is therefore, strictly prohibited.
  15. Students are required to take proper c are of the school property and to help in keeping the premises neat and tidy. Any damage caused to the property of the school by disturbing walls, doors, fittings or breaking furniture etc. is a breach of discipline. In case of damage to the property of the school, the cost of repair or replacement will be charged to the student responsible for the damage. The management may impose collective fines to compensate for any damage.
  16. The school staff room is exclusively meant for the use of the staff wherein the staff is able to fulfil their duties and obligations without distractions or obstruction. Students should not unnecessarily enter the staff room or indulge in conversations in the staff room.
  17. Students will not be allowed to meet visitors during class hours. In urgent cases, the prior permission of the Principal should be obtained.
  18. Parents/Guardians will not be allowed to meet their children/ward during the school hours. So also contacting any of the Teacher/s during class hour is not allowed. Prior permission from the Principal is to be obtained in any such matters.
  19. No student should invite any outsider to attend classes or functions of the School without prior permission of the Principal.
  20. No person shall be invited to address any meeting at the school campus/premises without prior permission of the Principal. At any meeting, it is binding on all students to get the subject proposed for discussion approved in advance from the Principal and such a meeting shall be held under the supervision of a person authorised by the Principal.
  21. Students shall not do anything either inside or outside the premises of the school that will in any way interfere with its orderly administration and discipline.
  22. Students are not authorised to make any monetary collection for whatever purpose, for the school without permission of the Principal.
  23. No student shall communicate any information to or write about any matter dealing with the school administration to the press.
  24. AWARD OF SPORT MERIT MARKS: In order to avail the sports merit marks, students are required to take prior permission of the Principal while participating in any sports events organised by the recognised sports authorities.
  25. Letters received by the students at School address will not be delivered to them. Students are expected to give their residential address to their relatives and friends.
  26. BAN ON PRIVATE TUTION: No student or teacher/s shall participate in any coaching class or tuition with respect to the syllabus prescribed for the subjects taught in the school. A teacher who conducts directly or indirectly any such coaching or tuition classes and any such person noted or observed to be a participant for canvassing or propagating of coaching or tuition classes shall be subject to disciplinary action as per the rules of Directorate of Education, Government of Goa.
  27. BAN ON SMOKING AND CONSUMPTION OF TOBACCO AND ALCOHOLIC PRODUCTS: Smoking, consumption of tobacco in any form, and consumption of alcoholic drinks within the school premises and sale thereof with in100 meters radius beyond the school premises is STRICTLY PROHIBITED.
  28. ANTI RAGGING ACTION: Any act of violence or ragging will be dealt with severely, as per the Supreme Court guidelines issued by the Directorate of Education, Government of Goa, under circular No. 49 dated 29-10-2009. Any punishment imposed on a student for committing any act of ragging will be recorded on his/her school certificate.


  1. Deposits with the school will be forfeited if not claimed within six months from the date of leaving the school.
  2. All travel concessions shall be strictly as per the rules.
  3. Students claiming different types of Scholarships/Freeships, shall pay the fees due and then apply for sanction from various authorities.