RULES AND REGULATIONS
FOR BETTER TOMORROW
Students should arrive at the school at least 15 minutes before the assembly. Soon after the assembly bell, the school gate will be locked and the late comers will be asked to go home at the risk of the parents/guardians.
All are expected to attend the class on the opening day after each vacation. Those absent without prior leave will be fined at the rate of Rs. 50/- per day. Those who are absent because of sickness must inform the school before or on the reopening day failing which they must pay the above penalty.
Pupils who have been absent from class must have the reason entered in the regularity record and get it signed by the principal before entering the Class
If a child continues to be absent for a month without permission, his/her name will be struck off from the school rolls and in case of rejoining, in addition to the admission fee payable, re-admission shall be subjected to the discretion of the Principal.
Strict regularity, implicit obedience, honesty, courtesy in speech and conduct, cleanliness of dress and person are expected from every pupil. Students and their parents must strictly confirm to the instructions, rules and regulations laid down in this regard.
Care must be taken for all School property and no student should scratch or spoil the desk or benches or damage nay school furniture, write or draw anything on the walls, even by accident should be reported at once to the appropriate authority. Any kind of damage done to the property of the school must be made good.
Each class will be responsible for looking after the class property.
No jewellery is allowed in the school.
Parents and guardians are not allowed to see their children or interview teachers during school hours without prior permission of the Principal.
Fine may be imposed by the Principal for breaches against regularity or discipline.
No Pupils will be promoted to the next class before the end of the school year.
No gifts to the members of the staff or other remunerations in their honour will be allowed without the permission of the Principal.
All fees and dues for the term must be cleared in full, before the beginning of the examination. If not, the pupils will not be allowed to sit for the examination.
Each student is required to be present for 90% of School days as pre-condition for promotion.
The result declared at the end of the year is final and cannot be reconsidered. In all question of promotion the Principal’s decision is final.
Silence must be observed in the school premises during class hours.
All students are expected to bring their tiffin with them.
Smoking and chewing of pan by the students are strictly forbidden.
Students should treat others respectfully and are responsible for other’s good name. Calling nicknames and spreading rumors are strictly forbidden.
Pupils are forbidden to bring crackers, camera, mobile phones or any other dangerous things to the school.
The pupils of Good Shepherd School are expected to behave in a polite manner on all occasions. They should address their teachers and all members of the staff with courtesy. Refinement of manners, uprightness and self-restraint should distinguish every pupil of the school.
If a bandh falls on examination day, it would be communicated to the students when it would be conducted later.
It is compulsory for every student to take part in co-curricular activities organized by the school.
PLEASE MAINTAIN SILENCE
All students of standard VI – X may borrow books from the library.
Strict silence shall be observed in the library and the reading room.
Students who keep books longer than the time permitted will be fined five rupees per day.
The attention of the teachers / librarian should be drawn to damage of books about to be borrowed.
Each pupil is entitled to take out on loan one book at a time and keep the same for 10 days. Dictionaries, guides and other costly reference books shall not be lent out.
Issue of books may at any time be suspended by order of the Principal.
All books taken from the library should be returned two weeks before the examination.