Hostel - Rules and Regulations


  • Hostel students will follow the daily routine of the hostel and school, unless exempted on medical grounds on the recommendation of the Hostel Warden/ Medical Officer.
  • They are not allowed to stay in the rooms during school hours/games/activity/study time.
  • They are not allowed to keep or take medicines or tonic without the knowledge of the Hostel Warden. Any medicines must be handed over to the Warden concerned.
  • CD/DVD players and tape-recorders with external speakers should not be played or used in the rooms.
  • Mobile Phones are not permitted in the school and Hostel premises.
  • Please do not send any cash/valuable articles through your ward(s) without the knowledge of Hostel Warden. The school will not be responsible for the loss of any property of the student.
  • Electric kettles, heaters, irons or any other such appliances should not be used in the rooms.
  • Students are expected to scan the notice boards and follow instructions given to them. All notice will be put on the Hostel Notice Board. Announcements, if any, will be made during dinner time.
  • Hostel students will be allowed to go home during the long breaks. The local guardians/parents will collect the child from the School Hostel and make arrangement for his/her travel. All boarders will return to the hostel a day before the school (by 5 p.m). A fine of Rs. 500 will be imposed for the late arrival. Furthermore, the school reserves the right to terminate the hostel admission of any student not reporting back in time.
  • Remedial classes will be taken for the students those who need special attention and it is compulsory for those identified for this to attend these classes.
  • Any hostel student falling sick will report to the Clinic through the Hostel Warden immediately.
  • Any willful damage to or theft of school property or other’s property will be regarded as a breach of School/Hostel rules and the student would be fined by School Authorities.
  • Expensive parties to celebrate birthdays are not allowed. The School will arrange for a cake, sweets and snacks for a small party within a reasonable amount. The Hostel Warden will undertake the arrangement for this. However, the amount to be spent for the party will be billed to the parents.
  • The student should not carry any kind of tuck from home extra eatables, pickles, chutney and digestive tablets are not permissible. Items like gutka or even empty packets of these found in possession of students will qualify for serious disciplinary action.
  • Students can avail of the facilities of Tuck-shop, Tailor, Barber, Cobbler, in the Boarding House on writing slip with the signature of the Warden. Glue or items for repairs of shoes are neither permissible nor required.
  • Parents are requested to get the student’s name stitched on every item of clothing.
  • Parents are required to pay on demand bills or charges for items or services incurred to their wards, over and above the scheduled annual fixed charges.
  • Appointment with Dentists/Doctors or others should, as far as possible, be avoided during School hours. Such requests for early leave will not normally be entertained.
  • Any inquiries regarding their wards by parents must be made only to the House In-charge or Warden Contacting any other hostel staff is prohibited.
  • Attendance / Night roll call will be taken by the respective Wardens at 9:30 p.m.
  • The reports of the hostellers of their school examination will be sent to their parent through the hostel warden at their respective address provided at the time of admission in the hostel.
  • No hosteller is allowed to invite day scholar colleagues to the hostel premises for their personal interaction or any other reasons.
  • Boarders shall take their meals in the common dinning hall and should be properly dressed at the meal times. Mess utensils are not allowed to be taken out of the Dinning hall. Only vegetarian meals will be served.
  • It is compulsory for all the hostel boys to have a proper haircut( very short)


  • Every student should carry the Almanac to the School daily.
  • Students who come to the school on their own should arrive at the school five minutes before the bell rings.
  • Student should be habitually clean and always neatly dressed. The School uniform must be worn on all working days.
  • Girls should not apply nail polish or mehndi during School session. Nails to be trimmed at least once a week.
  • It is not advisable to bring valuable articles to the School. Girls can wear very small studs or earnings in gold or silver.
  • Students are not allowed to bring mobile phones/ I-pods/cameras etc. into the School Campus. These gadgets, if found in possession of the students within the School Campus, will be confiscated.
  • The name, class and section of the pupil should be clearly marked on the blazer and all other belongings of the student.
  • Changing classroom between periods, where necessary should be done silently and in an orderly manner.
  • Shouting, loud talking or whistling is not allowed in the school.
  • Care must be taken of the school property and no student should scratch or spoil the desks or charts or damage any furniture, write or draw anything on the walls or damage things belonging to others. Damage done should be reported at once to the class teacher or to the Principal. Any damage done will have to be made good by the parents of the student(s) concerned.
  • The School reserves the right to suspend/ expel students whose conduct is harmful to other students or to the School.
  • Students are not permitted to buy eatables from vendor outside the School premises.
  • Each students should have 2 identity cards with his/her photograph. One has to be worn by the child daily and the other to be kept with the parents. Those who are coming to pick up the student from the school/bus stop must always bring the School Identity Card for identification.
  • Students are not allowed to use the school telephone without the permission of the Principal. They will not be called to answer phone calls during class hours.
  • A student who fails twice in three years will not be permitted to continue his/her studies in the School.
  • Parents are requested not to visit their wards in the classrooms without the permission of the Principal. You are encouraged to communicate with the teachers through Almanac on a regular basis to monitor the performance of your ward. Request for meeting teachers on school days other than on PTM days, will not normally be entertained. If necessary, prior approval of the Principal must be obtained.
  • Entry into the Hostel by the parents is prohibited. They may meet their wards in the enclosed parlor set aside for hosteller in the school reception area.


Room Schedule

  • A floor committee of the boarders floor captain vice captain from each floor will be responsible for the maintenance of the cleanliness and discipline on each floor. The floor committee will ensure that fans and lights have been switched off.
  • Boarders are provided with a bed, a cupboard, a table and a chair. Each boarder must maintain utmost cleanliness to make sure that the floor under his/her bed and cupboard is clean. Waste paper and refuse must be thrown in the dustbins provided on each floor and not litter on the floor.
  • Boarders will make their own beds neatly every morning nothing should be left on the bed or under the bed.
  • Cupboards must be arranged neatly. Surprise check will be made by hostel wardens, any extra items other than those specified in the hostel kit will be confiscated.
  • Shoes should be arranged neatly in the shoe rack provided. The number of shoes is limited to two pairs. Boarders will dust their room and cupboards daily.
  • Keeping eatables in the rooms is unhygienic and is prohibited. The floor committee must make sure that any boarders who litters the room or spills any thing cleans up the mess himself.
  • Boarders must spend the minimum time required in bathrooms and toilets to give other a chance to use them. They must ensure that the bathrooms and toilets after use are clean. They must also make sure that they close all the taps.

Visitors and Visiting Hours Schedule

  • An identity card will be issued to each hostel student and his guardian / parents. No local guardian will be permitted to visit their wards without the identity card. Local guardians will not be entertained if they fail to produce the identity card.
  • Parents and local guardians may visit their wards only on Sunday and Public holidays between 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in summer and in winter the timings will be between 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
  • Visitors will meet their wards in the visiting room only; they are not allowed to enter into the boarding rooms.
  • An attendant from the hostel will be on duty during visiting hours to guide visitors and parents.
  • Outstation parents visiting their wards will have to take special permission from the hostel warden to see their wards on days other than specified for visits.
  • In case of any emergency visits can be arranged with the concerned Warden permission.
  • Guards will be on duty at their main gate to prohibit hostellers from leaving the school premises. He will keep a record in a register of visitors entering the school premises to see hostel students.


A modern mess is operational for serving 30 students in one shift. A wholesome, balanced and vegetarian diet is provided to the students keeping in view of their body requirements on the recommendation of a dietician along with fresh milk. The teachers also take their meals with their students.


Parents seeking hostel accommodation in the school are required to submit a written application to the Principal in the prescribed proforma. If the Principal grants admission, the parents must deposit the hostel fee timely and can go ahead with the procedure. Parents are specially requested to go through all the guidelines and regulation carefully and co-operate with the school in maintaining punctuality, regularity, discipline and courteous behavior.


The School aims at excellence in all spheres connected with educating and bringing up students. We are confident that except for purely personal or family reasons a student will not be withdrawn till he/she has completed schooling. But in case it becomes imperative to withdraw, it may be done subject to the following rules and regulations.

In case a boarder wants to leave the hostel permanently his guardian has to inform the school management in writing before 90 days of the date of withdrawal of the boarder from the hostel. In case the guardian’s fails to inform as mentioned above he will have to pay the hostel charges for 90 days.

  • Three months advance notice in writing shall be required if a parent wishes not to send his ward for the following session. Ordinarily, such notice should reach the school not later than 31st December of the year preceding that in which the ward is sought to be withdrawn.
  • Failing receipt of such notice or receipt thereof at a later date, it will be deemed that the parents have given consent for the enrolment of their ward for the next year and accommodation will be reserved for him/her accordingly and no one else will be allocated that accommodation under any circumstance.
  • No withdrawals are ordinarily permitted during mid-session except in special circumstances. No refund will be allowed except Caution Money as per fee regulation.