Rules & Regulation

Rules & Regulation

  • Every student must carry his / her Almanac to school every day and use it productively.
  • Students who do not use the school’s transport facilities should ensure that they arrive at the school at least 10 minutes before the start of the Assembly.
  • The warning bell rung 5 minutes before the start of the House Room period every morning is a signal for all to go to their respective classrooms. This should be done promptly and without undue noise. As soon as they are in their classes, students must get themselves ready for Assembly / 1st period.
  • Students should move from classroom to classroom between periods without wasting time, in an orderly and quiet manner.
  • Students should be habitually clean and always neatly dressed. The school uniform should be worn on all working days and for all school functions. Students who are not in proper uniform will not be allowed to enter their classrooms and parents will be called to the school to take their wards back home.
  • Non-Sikh boys should get their hair cut at regular intervals and ensure that it remains combed and tidy.
  • No shouting or whistling is allowed in or around the school building. Running in corridors is strictly prohibited.
  • It is strictly forbidden to throw any object at any one.
  • Bullying and the use of foul language are punishable offences, whether in or out of school.
  • In the interest of safely, students are not allowed to bring any weapons or sharp instruments, such as blades, knives, paper scalpels etc., to school.
  • Care must be taken of all school property and no student should scratch or spoil the desks or chairs, or damage any school furniture, or write or draw anything on the walls, students are expected to treat the school facilities with pride and respect and should not, in any way, willfully damage things belonging to others. Damage done even by accident should be reported at once to the school authorities, so that repairs can be promptly undertaken.
  • The cost of any wilful damage done will be made good by the concerned student, who will also be liable to pay a fine for any such offence. Any one who notices something damaged should kindly report the same to a teacher, even if he or she does not know who has done it.
  • No irrelevant book (other than text books or library books) magazine or other publication may be brought to the school without the class teacher’s explicit permission.
  • Lending or borrowing of money or other articles is not permitted
  • Students who are escorted to and from school in the care of servants or other domestic staff may not leave the school premises without their nominated escort. In case of a delay in the arrival of such escorts, they should report the matter to the school Administrative office. Those who are authorised to return home unescorted should not loiter en route and must promptly return home.
  • In the interest of their own security, students are advised not to buy or receive any articles, gifts or foodstuffs from any one at all en route.
  • VCHSS students should always remember that the School is judged by their conduct outside the school premises, whether in or out of uniform. As ambassadors of the school, students must conduct themselves with decorum and ensure that they are always polite and well mannered.
  • The school reserves the right to terminate the schooling of students with unsatisfactory progress in studies or whose conduct is a bad perfect for others.
  • Exploding crackers or splashing colours during Diwali / Holi or any other occasion in the school premises or on school buses is strictly forbidden. Non – compliance with these instructions can result in expulsion from the school.
  • Students must make every effort to be present for festivals and functions celebrated in the school, which they are expected to attend.
  • The School is committed to protecting the environment and expects its students to be environment friendly in all their actions. The use of polybags (plastic bags) is, therefore, strictly prohibited in the school and students should consciously avoid their use for any purpose.