|Boys K.G. I-V Green Short Pants, VI-XII Full pants, white shirt with short sleeves, black shoes white socks, school tie, belt and green school bags.|
Girls Green deep pleated V-neck tunic, white short sleeved blouse, black buckle shoes, white socks, green bloomers, school tie, belt, Black ribbons or hairband and green school bags.
All Students using the school bus are expected to be at the bus stops at least 5 minutes before the arrival time of the bus.
The buses will not wait for the Latecomers.
The children should stay away from the main road until the bus arrives.
No student should come near the entry door of the bus unless it has halted completely.
All students must occupy allotted seats immediately after boarding their buses
When the bus is in motion students must not move around in the bus and no part of their body should be outside the bus.
Students will be held responsible for any damage to a bus caused by negligence or vandalism.
Unruly behavior like shrieking, shouting and use of foul language is strictly prohibited. Courteous behavior is ex¬pected at all times.
The driver's attention must not be distracted for any rea-son.
If a child indulges in indisciplinary action despite repeated warnings from the bus incharge, he shall not be allowed to avail the bus facility.
|WINTER UNIFORM :|
Boys K.G. , Std. I-VIII Green Cardigan with closed V-neck. Girls Green Cardigan with open V-neck (Blazers compulsory for Boys and Girls from Class IX. onwards) Green slacks with Green uniform and white slacks with white uniform. P.T. UNIFORM : Boys K.G. I-V white short pants VI to XII full pants white shirt, white canvas shoes and white socks.
|Girls White pleated skirt, white short sleeved blouse, white canvas shoes and white socks. House colour ribbons or hair band. The school uniform must be worn on every school day. Uniforms may be privately tailored for but the prescribed shade and pattern must be fully adhered to. Any deviation will not be accepted.
White uniform as prescribed by the school should be worn on Mondays.
Students are not allowed to wear any ornament including finger rings in the school.
A pupil must be dressed neatly and tidily in full school uniform within a week of admission.
Strict measures will be taken against those who ignore the rules concerning the uniform.|
All the students are encouraged to make the best use of the library.
Only one book will be issued at a time, failure to return the book on time will be fined.
Writing, marking or underlining in the library books is absolutely forbidden.
Reference books, magazines, periodicals, news papers etc. are issued; but not to be taken home.
Books lost, damaged or wrongly handled, have to be paid for or replaced.
Perfect silence is to be observed in the library.|
|AWARDS & SCHOLARSHIPS|
Attractive prizes are given to one boy and one girl for outstanding performance in sports.
Prizes for the best Performance in Dance, Music, Debating, Art and other activities are given at the end of the session. Carmel Scholarship instituted by the Management is awarded to the Allrounder of the outgoing batch every year.
Mr. A Savari Muthu memorial prize sponsored by Rev. Fr. Abraham Michael is given to the students in recognition of meritorious academic performance along with good behaviour, discipline, cleanliness, punctuality etc.
Mrs. Archana Talele's Scholarship is given to the student who gets proficiency in Physics in class- XII
Mrs. Shakuntala Bharadwaj's Scholarship is awarded to a class-XII student who excels in Hindi in Board Examination.
ADMISSION AND WITHDRAWAL
Every candidate for admission must be introduced in person to the Principal by one who will be responsible for the child.
For admission to any class other than Nursery candidates must pass an entrance test. The test will be based on the subject taught in the class immediately below the one to which they seek admission.
Age required for admission KG-I will be 4 years.
Admission depends on the performance of the candidate in test.
A student may be removed by school authorities on any one of the following grounds.
(i) Constant weakness in studies.
(ii) Habitual idleness and disobedience
(iii) Behaviour problem
(iv) Indifference to the school activities.
(v) Moral breach considered serious by the school authorities.
The Principal has the right to refuse the continuation of studies to any pupil in this school whose conduct or behaviour is not satisfactory.