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Codes of conduct to be followed by the students

  • Every student has to greet and respect the teacher and elders willingly, naturally and voluntarily.
  • On their way to or from school, pupils must remember that the school is judged by their conduct. They should greet members of the school when they meet outside.
  • School timing is 8:55 A.M to 3:30 P.M.
  • A student is supposed to enter the school premises before 9:00 in the morning.
  • Strict decorum is to be maintained in and outside the classroom. Student should realize that they are responsible to the school authority not only for their conduct in the school, but also for their general behavior outside.
  • Every pupil is morally bound to contribute to the high tone of the school, by his/her manner and attitudes. His/ Her languages must be decent.
  • Careful attention must be paid to personal cleanliness and hygiene. The uniform must be clean and neatly pressed, shoes well-polished, fingernails short and hair well brushed and combed.
  • Pupils should help in keeping the school clean and preserving school properties.
  • A boy student has to have his hair cut very short as army personnel.
  • A girl student has to plait her hair into two and must wear ribbon. Even if one’s hair is too short to plait into two she has to wear ribbon folding in it to a shape of a flower.
  • A student has to wear a particular school uniform as specified for particular day. School will provide separate uniform list for daily wear.
  • Books are to be covered brown; exercise books are not to be covered.
  • A student has to get his/her diary signed regularly by his/her parents or guardians.
  • Nail polish, hair dye (colors) and expensive jewelries are strictly forbidden to wear: unwanted things and, money are forbidden to bring to school.
  • English is only one lingua franca (medium language) of the school except in Nepali language class.
  • 95% attendance is a must to appear in the terminal and final exam.
  • Students are required to walk in queue making no sound and disturbance to other.
  • An in-charge, a class teacher or a subject teacher can formulate rules in favor of school’s motto and principle and enforce them in to practice.

Library Rules and Regulations

The co-operation of pupils is of the greatest importance for the efficient working of a library, in the following manner:
  • Maximum period of borrowing books-10 days and the book can be renewed only once.
  • Library user can borrow two books at a time and the book must be returned on or before due date.
  • Reference books cannot be borrowed but can be used in library only.
  • Journals/periodicals/magazines/newspapers cannot be burrowed.
  • Books can be reserved in advance by informing the staff of issue section.
  • Library membership card, if lost can be re-issued on payment of Rs. 100.
  • The library membership card is valid for one year and renewable at the beginning of session.
  • Fine will be charged @ Rs.2 per book per day for overdue books for seven days and @ Rs. 4 per book after one week.
  • In case a book is lost or damaged, one has to replace the book by a new one or pay the price of the book as per the market value.
  • Those who tear out the pages from the magazine or books will have to pay a fine and the fine will be decided by the librarian.
  • Library users are expected to show good conduct to other library users, materials and the librarian.
  • Bags, helmets and personal belongings should be left outside the library. All things must be put either in classroom/office or in property counter.
  • Eating and drinking is not allowed in the library.
  • Silence must be maintained all the time in the library.
  • Let the books be movable. Everyone should get the chance to read it.
  • The users should deposit their library membership card while getting the school clearance certificate.
  • Chairs, newspaper and magazine must be on its proper place after their use.

Physical Fitness

Physical fitness plays an essential role in the overall development of child’s personality and, therefore, forms an important part of school curriculum.

Sports and games are held on the basis of inter-house and inter-school tournaments, according to the list of activities planned for the year. Opportunities are provided throughout the year for the pupils to take an interest and develop their skills by active participation in sports and games.

No student is exempted from physical training and games without a medical certificate that effect.

Promotion of students

There will be four terminal examinations in the year including the Final Exam. There will be a Unit test (UT) and Continues Assessment System before 1st, 2nd and Mid Term Exams. The mark of terminal exams, CAS and other test are added proportionately for the final evaluation and promotion system. Subject teachers are encouraged to run other tests and exams for formative and continuous evaluation. Students must pass the final examination to be promoted to the higher class.

Physical Rules and Regulations.

  • Tuition fee (and lodging fee for boarders) and the bus fee are charged for 12 months.
  • If the fees are not paid by the 10th of each Nepali month, a fine of 5% will be charged.
  • No reduction in tuition fees or any other fees will be made for any short or extended absence by the student.
  • Report card will be withheld till all accounts are fully settled. No transfer Certificate will be issued if there are any dues owing to the school.
  • Fees are not paid for 2 months will result a student’s name being automatically deleted from the register. A student for more than one month will have his/her name struck off the rolls if no prior written information is given.

Re- admission in this case is not guaranteed and can only be possible if there is any seat available.


Parents wishing to withdraw their children from the school during the year should provide the school with TWO MONTHS PRIOR NOTICE in writing. Failure to do so will result in the security deposit being forfeited.  One month’s prior notice (without the forfeiture) will be entertained only in the last month of the academic year.

Rules for Bus users

  • The bigger children should let the small children sit.
  • No one should get down anywhere else but at his/her own stop. If for any reason they have to get down to another stop or are not going straight home, they should take permission from the principal, and both their parents (mother and father) should know in advance.
  • Students using the bus should not fight or jump about in the bus or create any sort of trouble.
  • As far as possible, the girls should sit with girls and the boys with the boys. The big girls may keep the small girls in their laps if there is a shortage of space.
  • As the bus gets empty after dropping the children, the children should keep moving to the front of the bus. No one should sit alone at the back of the bus.
  • Students using the bus should not mix or joke with the conductor. Alternatively, if he jokes with trouble others especially the girls, the principal should be informed immediately.
  • Students are found breaking any of the above mentioned bus rules will at first be disallowed to use the bus for sometimes. A second time offense will result in the student being permanently disallowed to use the bus. Remember, we want your journey to and from school to be safe and comfortable one. Anyone found putting himself or anyone else at risk will be dealt with accordingly.
  • If the bus comes very late to your stop, you must phone and find out why.

General Rules

  • Kindly make necessary arrangements to take your child/ward home promptly after the school hours. Those who travel by school bus should be picked up at the designated Bus stop.
  • Necessary arrangements must not to be made so that the children are punctual and do not disturb the routine of the school.
  • No student is allowed to avoid assembly under any circumstances.
  • The school does not accept any responsibility for books, clothes, money and other articles that are lost by children.
  • All account of the previous year must be settled in full before a pupil returns to the school for a new academic session. If dues are not settled, the pupils will not be allowed to rejoin.
  • School holidays will be as specified in the school calendar.
  • No child is allowed to remain in the classroom that belongs to other classes during their recess.
  • When students are moving along the corridor, while changing classes or going to the Library, Laboratory etc. they must walk in silence and give first preference to the teachers.
  • No undesirable books or articles are to be bought inside the school premises.
  • Any damage or disfigurement done in or about the school premises must be made good by the parents of the child concerned.
  • All should take honest pride in keeping the school clean. Be very careful during the recess not to litter the school ground with paper, fruits peel etc. Use should be made of the waste-paper baskets and the bin provided for the purpose.
  • No fine of any kind or collection for any purpose, whatsoever, can be made without the previous sanction of the school management.
  • If a student leaves the school anytime during the continuity of a session, he/she is required to pay whole session charge.
  • All pupils must possess a copy of the school diary, which is to be brought on all school days.
  • Pupils are not allowed to visit to staff room without teacher’s permission.

Duties of Captain/Monitors

  • To report the administration genuine grievances as well as meaningful suggestions of the students related to the betterment in academic standard.
  • To help the school in ensuring that the students behave decently within as well as outside the school premises.
  • To help in getting the student properly lined up for assemblies.
  • To help maintaining the English speaking environment in the school.
  • To help in checking if the students are in full, proper and clean uniform or not.
  • To help during the breaks to ensure that the students do not throw the waste paper /things around, do not create any unpleasant sense; do not break the line to get eatables from school canteen.
  • To help in organizing various inter-house and inter-school events/ programmes.
  • To help in identifying the weak as well as talented students of different classes.
  • To maintain the silence and order inside the class when there is no teacher.
  • To attend to the guests/visitors in the absence of any school staff around.
  • To plan and undertake the campaign and various programmes from time to time.
  • To inform the office about lost and found belongings of the students.


  • No pupil is permitted to leave the school premises during the school hours without the permission of the principal.
  • A normal school day starts at 8:55 a.m. and ends at 3:30 p.m. Children are expected to be in the school by 9:00 a.m. Latecomers will either be sent home or detained after school.
  • All are requested to be punctual for the assemblies.
  • Pupils must return to their class promptly after the recess, so as not to lose any time.

Leave of Absence

  • The attendance will be taken at the beginning of the first period and the diaries will be signed at the end of the class hours by the class teachers. Those who are not present will be marked absent.
  • Students should attend the school regularly.
  • No leave of absence is generated except for a genuine reason. Application for leave should be referred to the class teacher.
  • Late arrivals after the vacation are liable to have name struck off the register.
  • Pupils, who are diagnosed to be suffering from or exposed to infectious diseases, will not be allowed to attend the school unless they bring doctor’s certificate stating that the period of quarantine is over.
  • If a child continues to be absent for one month without permission, his/her re-admission shall be subject to the decision of the school management.
  • Students willing to leave the school premises of the school during the course of a day will have to obtain a written permission from the principal.
  • If a child detained in the school during the course of a day, a written reason will be given in the diary. The parents should not accept any oral excuse for coming home late.

Irregular attendance and unjustified or unexplained absence for more than a week can lead to the call for the dismissal of a student.

Expectations from the Parents

  • Fees including the admission charge, once paid will not be refunded under any circumstance.
  • Parents are expected to co-operate with the school authorities in keeping up with the school standard, by ensuring that their children prepare the given lesson regularly and take active and helpful interest in the activities of the school.
  • Parents are informed that occasional remarks are made by the teachers in the school diary. They are requested to sign as a proof that they have read the same.
  • Parents are expected to collect their children’s exam report personally on the stipulate dates. Report cards will not be issued on the other days.
  • If a pupil is likely to be absent due to illness for a long period, the school authority must be informed within a week.
  • Parents/Guardians are not allowed to see the children or interview teachers during school hours, without the permission.
  • The homework diary is to be signed daily by the parents or guardian as a proof that the child has done his/her homework.
  • Parents/Guardians are requested to clear the fees/dues by the 10th of every month, after which a mandatory fine will be charged.