1. Do’s• Be polite and respectful to your parents, teachers, staff of the School and elderly citizens.
• Greet them whenever you happen to pass by them.
• Be friendly with each other in and out of School.
• Be punctual.
• Be neat and clean.
• Be humble in your success and chivalrous in your failures.
• Be honest, upright and truthful.
• Be co-operative and exhibit team spirit and positive attitude / conduct.
• Exhibit exemplary behaviour and show respect for the feelings of others.
• Be patient, tolerant and secular.
• Take pride in yourself, your School, your parents and your Nation.
• Be courteous, remember “Thank You” and “Please” are two very good words.
• Be thankful to God for every thing that He has given to you,
• Believe in yourself and have courage. Remember God is with you always and everywhere.
• Practice tolerance and acceptance of diverse races and cultures.
• Talk of reconciliation where there is injury.
• Be the first to forgive others; show magnanimity.
• Be always optimistic; hope for the best.
• Promote creativity and spontaneity in your work.
• Love values of work, respect, service, loyalty, dialogue, sharing and brotherhood.
• Always come forward and take up responsibilities, discover and develop your talents.
• Love your work as it enhances the dignity of the person.
• Seize every occasion to proclaim the benefits of Peace.
• No legacy is so rich as honesty.
• Be gentle with those who are younger than you.
• Always be concerned and helpful to the needs of the underprivileged.
• Always speak well of our School, management, teachers and School mates.
• Be courteous and sportsman-like with opposing teams and sports officers.
• While entering somebody’s room, knock the door first and gently seek prior permission.
2. Don’ts• Do not cause hurt through your words or deeds.
• Do not be afraid to speak the truth or to accept mistakes.
• Do not damage or disfigure property of your School, public properties or at home.
• Do not use abusive language.
• Do not look down upon those who are less privileged, weak or physically challenged.
• Do not ill-treat animals or birds.
• Do not mock or ridicule others’ failures or weakness.
• Do not pass casteist, anti religious, or racial comments.
• Do not be arrogant or unreasonable.
• Do not copy or cheat in exams or anywhere else.
• Do not steal.
• Do not harbour revenge or grudge.
• Do not yield to jealousy and pettiness.
• Do not give up in the face of failures; try it until you succeed.
• Do not offend anybody ; and do not hesitate to say ‘I am sorry’, should you have committed a mistake.
• Do not interrupt anybody while in conversation and wait till your turn comes, with due pardon.
• Do not stare inside while passing through open doors or windows.
• Never tell a lie nor ever indulge in rumour mongering.
3. Forbidden PracticesNo student shall indulge in any of the following practices:-
(a) Violence in any form.
(b) Sex related Offenses.
(c) Rude and disorderly behaviour.
(e) Use of drugs or intoxicants.
(f) Any form of gambling.
(g) Spitting in or near School building except in any spittoon provided by the school.
(h) Wallowing in casteism, communalism and practice of untouchability.
Anybody found indulging in forbidden practices will be liable to strict disciplinary action including dismissal.