Rules & Regulations

Rules & Regulations

1. The daily working hours from Monday to Friday are from 8.40 a.m. to 3.45 p.m. with an interval of 40 minutes for lunch and on Saturdays from 8.40 a.m. to 12.55 p.m.

2. School gates will be closed at 8.45 a.m. Those who come late to school will not be admitted into the class without a note from the Principal.

3. The students should come to school punctually and regularly in clean and proper uniform.

3b. Two passport size photograph of the student of class 1 to X in blue uniform should be submitted to the class teacher every year by the end of April.

4. Parents are reminded to cultivate the healthy habit of punctuality to their children.

5. The student should always have their diary with `them. Late marking will be done by the P.E.T

6. The school uniform consists of Primary: Blue pleated pinafore and white blouse with sports collar, white petticoat, black leather or canvas shoes, white socks, black ribbons & simple rings for the ears. White canvas shoes for games and on Wednesdays. In winter - Navy blue sweaters, and navy blue tights, bloomers. High School: Blue Salwarkameez with waist coat, Black canvas shoes.

7. The prospectus should be brought to school every day

8. Every student must attend class on the re-opening and closing day of each of the vacations.

9. Students will have to make good, any damage done to school property or those belonging to other students.

10. Students shall be respectful to their teachers, helpful and kind to their companions.

11. During the change of periods, pupils shall rise and thank the teachers who have finished the lesson and greet the in-coming teachers.

12. No student shall leave the class room without the teacher’s permission.

13. Buying and selling, collecting money, subscription for papers, magazines etc., is not allowed without the approval of the authorities.

14. Students are not allowed to take part in political or other movements.

15. Membership in clubs and societies outside the school that would interfere with the students studies is prohibited.

16. Letters to students addressed to the School are subject to scrutiny by the School authorities. Every Student should take care of her own belongings.

17. Strict silence must be observed from the First Assembly bell, till students reach the class after the Assembly and during change of periods.

18. Ornaments are strictly forbidden in school. The School is not responsible for the loss of jewellery, money or other articles brought by the children. Cell Phones are strictly forbidden in the School.

19. No collection for any purpose whatsoever, either by the staff or students can be made without the sanction of the Headmistress.

20. Headmistress’s permission should be obtained by the staff or student to arrange for a meeting, a party, or a picnic, etc.

21. Irregular attendance, insubordination to teachers’, habitual inattention to class work, forging Parent’s signature, tampering with the marks on the progress report card, stealing, writing or scribbling on the walls, furniture of the school, frequent absence and using vulgar languages, copying in school exams will be treated as a serious offence.

22. All students of Holy Mary will endeavour to vie with one another in proving their loyalty to their School by respectful behavior towards the School and the members of the staff and by ready co-operation in all the activities of the School and by living upto its noble tradition and time-honoured customs, at all times and in all places.

23. Students are not permitted to leave the school premises even for meals. In case of urgent necessity, they will inform the class teacher and take prior permission from the H.M. in the morning by 8.45 a.m.

24. Students should keep the school premises clean and pleasant. Waste paper, fruit skins and seeds must be thrown in the baskets and bins provided for the purpose. Students will have to make good the damage done to School property or to property belonging to other students.

25. Students will not be permitted to go home after the Test in order to attend marriage, a function or for any other reason. If their presence is needed in the family, let them not attend school that day.

26. On second Saturday of every month class teachers and other teachers are available to parents to enquire about the progress of their children. On other days, teachers may be contacted before or after class hours.

27.Parents are allowed to go to the classes only on second Saturdays of the month and on P.T.A meeting days, and if required with the permission of the H.M.

28. Students are required to take prior written permission from the H.M. to apply mehndi on special unavoidable occasions.


No School however good and no teacher however well meaning can hope to achieve anything without the backing and co-operation of a good home.

1. The parents and guardians are earnestly requested:

(a) To take an active interest in their children’s progress in studies throughout the school year, and not just before the final examination. They should sign the Chidren's progress report and initial other remarks in their school calender as an indication that they have read them carefully and will attend to their weakness, if any without delay.

(b) To see that their children devote sufficient time to study at home every day and do the home work assigned to them regularly complete and submit the project work on time.

2. They should see that their children attend School punctually and regularly. when the student reports to school, one of the Parents should accompany the child and explain the reason to the Principal. The name of the student who absents herself without leave will be retained on the roll for a month from the date of absence after which her name will be struck off the roll..

3. They should co-operate with the school authorities in encouraging their children to take part in various School and inter-school activities. Curricular and Co- Curricular activities.

4. Parents and guardians should see that their children do not have money or valuable articles with them.

5. A student suffering from a contagious or an infectious disease will not be allowed to attend the class. After being cured, such a student must bring the Doctor’s Certificate to sit in the class.

6. Any communication (request or complaint) made by parents or guardians should be addressed to the Headmistress and not to the teachers. Permission is also required from the Headmistress to meet the teachers.

7. The engagement of private tutors whether of the school staff or not, is not recommended as it may prove injurious to the real progress of the student. If tuition is really necessary it should be given from the beginning of the year and not just before the exam.

8. Only Parents/ guardians are permitted to represent their problems individually to the H.M. They can contact the PTA representative of the class.

Name of the PTA rep...................................................

Contact No............................................................

9. Parents and guardians are welcome to consult the H.M. and teachers regarding their child whenever necessary. The H.M. may be seen in the office on School days from 8-45 a.m. to 10-00 a.m. and 3.00 p.m. to 4.00 p.m. Teachers should be seen with the prior permission of the H.M., not during class hours but during their free periods or during the breaks. Hence as far as possible appointment with teachers should be arranged before hand. Parents should also meet teachers on second Saturdays of the Month between 11-30 a.m. and 12-30p.m. Young Boys, Brothers, Uncles etc., are not allowed to go to the class rooms.

10. An SMS Service is launched for quick communication Parents or Guardians are not allowed to call their children to the phone or to see them during class hours. Permission is to be obtained from the H.M. in unavoidable cases.