Admission for Standard XI (Science Stream) has commenced for Academic year 2024-25, For more details refer to Admission Tab >>'Admissions Guidelines'.

Rules & Regulations


School Rules for Students

The following abridged but salient rules are for strict compliance:-

A. School Almanac and Identity Card

1. Identity Cards must be worn to school on all days. Loss of an Identity Card is a
     punishable offence.

2. The school almanac must be brought to the school every day.

3. All entries in the almanac from the school must be shown to parents and entries made by the parents to be brought to the notice of the relevant school staff.

4. Any child representing the school must be in proper uniform, be appropriately attired for the concerned activity and must be in possession of his/her Identity Card.

B. Attendance

1. Regular attendance in school is most essential. The minimum requirement of attendance in an academic year is 80%.

2. Leave of absence is given to students on prior application from the parents.

3. All leave applications are to be submitted on separate sheets of paper for the class teacher's record.

4. Students absent on account of illness are to submit valid medical certificates on return.

5. Students suffering from any communicable disease must observe the prescribed period of quarantine before returning to school. They must also produce a Medical Fitness Certificate at that time.

6. Repeated absence without leave or unexplained absence for more than seven consecutive days renders the students liable to have his/her name struck off the rolls. Re admission will be granted only on payment of all dues and fresh admission fee.

C. Punctuality

All students must be present in school 10 minutes before the scheduled time. The school gate will close at 7.50 a.m. Three late arrivals (unless prior permission has been sought) would lead to student being sent back home.

D. Mandatory Working Days for the Students

1. Independence Day

2. Republic Day

3. Certain mandatory activities and events will be conducted on Saturdays.

E. Turn out and Uniform Code

1. Neat, freshly washed and ironed uniforms are to be worn by all students.

2. The students must present a neat and tidy appearance with well groomed hair. The hair should not touch the shirt collar at the nape of the neck in the case of boys.

3. Girls are not allowed to keep long hair loose. 'Flicks' and 'fringes'' are not permitted. Hair longer than shoulder must be plaited.

F. Discipline

1. The school aims at behavioural elegance and the inculcation of discipline, individually and in groups, while on school premises, functions as well as during the organized trips.

2. They should always remember that the school is judged by their conduct.

3. Irregular attendance, neglect of homework, disobedience or disrespect towards staff or bad moral influence would lead to strict disciplinary action, in accordance with NES Guidelines.

4. Any damage to school property will be made good by the offending student(s) and would entail disciplinary action.

5. Classrooms would be locked when not in use.

6. Bullying and use of foul language are punishable offences.

7. Students should greet their teachers when they meet them.

8. The school has a 'DISCIPLINE COMMITTEE' consisting of teachers and members of the PTA who will review disciplinary cases and recommend penalties.

9. The school has constituted a committee which will look into the reported cases of CHILD ABUSE.

10. Students will be allowed entry to the school only in school uniform.

11. Mobile Phones or any such gadget is not permitted in school or outside during the conduct of school events. In case of violation of this rule the articles will be confiscated.
G. Dispersal

1. Parents are requested to use own arrangements for pickup and drop of student.

2. Students who use the Navy bus are expected to maintain discipline and decorum while dealing with fellow passengers.






1. All the Navy Children Schools shall aim at behavioral elegance and the inculcation of discipline in their students. Every parent & student should be apprised of the consequences for indulging in behaviour which is not permissible in the school.

2. Code of conduct for students. The following acts and conduct on the part of students will amount to misconduct:

(a) Misbehaviour towards teachers or any other employee of the school.

(b) Intentional disturbance of the classes.

(c) Continued absence from classes without the permission of the teacher/Headmistress

(d) Leaving the school premises or playground during school hours without prior permission of concerned teacher.

(e) Bullying/Intimidation of others.

(f) Eve-teasing/misbehavior towards girl students.

(g) Damaging/disfiguration of school property.

(h) Propagating disruption of classes.

(j) Disobeying lawful orders of the teacher.

(k) Bringing unauthorized people/ articles inside the school.

(l) Theft/Pilferage of school/ student's property.

(m) Involving in acts of moral turpitude.

(n) Casteism, communalism or practise of untouchability.

(o) Carrying any kind of weapon in the school premises.

3. Attendance.

a) Regular attendance of the school is most essential. The minimum requirement of attendance in the academic year is 80% for all classes.

b) Leave of absence is given to students on prior application from the parents. In unavoidable circumstances, the absence has to be regularized on the day of rejoining the school with a valid leave note from the parents.

c) All students are expected to attend school within 3 days of the reopening day after vacation, unless applied for/granted leave for extended period.

d) Students suffering from any of the communicable diseases must rejoin only with a certificate of fitness, after due period of quarantine.

e) Absence without leave for more than seven days is liable to result in the name of the students getting struck off the rolls. Readmission in such cases entails payment of all dues and fresh admission fees.

4. Use of Unfair Means. All students are expected to maintain the highest standard of honesty in academic and in all other aspects of School life. Use of unfair means in tests or homework is considered as a serious offence. When a student is discovered to have used any dishonest means the following course of action will be initiated :-

(a) Parents will be notified.

(b) The student will be awarded zero marks in the question/paper in which the unfair means were used.

(c) For a repeated offence, the student may be expelled from the school or will liable for such other punishment as may be considered appropriate by the Headmistress.

5. Penalties. For the sake of fairness in disciplinary action to be taken by the teacher / Headmistress for various disciplinary offences, guidelines are laid down in this paragraph. The guidelines indicate the maximum penalty that may be imposed. It does not indicate that punishments listed will automatically be administered. It must be emphasised that action taken by teachers/Principal is intended to remedy problem as well as provide a safe and secure environment for learning.