Guidelines to Parents

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   Guidelines to Parents

It is mandatory to observe and follow the rules & guidelines.

General Instructions

  1. Student must carry Almanac to school every day.
  2. Read school circulars in website (
  3. Regular interaction with the teacher will help to address concerns and monitor progress.
  4. Any change in address, contact no., email id must be intimated in written to school office, VP/HM/Pre-Primary IC at the earliest.
  5. Encourage your ward to speak in English at home.
  6. Students may avail optional breakfast facility at school on advance payment.
  7. Parents / guardian must produce identity proof at the gate.

Hygiene and Turnout

  1. Attend school in neat, well ironed and complete uniform.
  2. Boys must maintain short and proper hair cut and trim beard.
  3. Girls having long hair must tie their hair into two plaits (Nursery to class X) and single plait (classes XI and XII). Those having short hair must wear hair band.
  4. Valuable articles like gold / diamond jewelry (chain, danglers, finger ring, ear ring, nose ring, bangles), facial make up like eye makeup, lipstick & bindi, henna / tattoo decorating on arms & feet, colouring of hair is strictly prohibited.
  5. Only girls are allowed to wear one pair of ear studs.
  6. Application of Henna should be restricted to inner side of the palm and that too with prior permission.

Code of Conduct for Students

  1. Late comers will not be allowed inside the campus.
  2. Students will be responsible for their own belongings.
  3. Shouting, whistling and running in corridors, throwing things out of the window is not allowed.
  4. The school will not be responsible for any criminal activity engaged in by the student.
  5. Students will be expelled from the school by the recommendation of the disciplinary committee on following grounds which will be final and binding on the students:
    1. Mental, moral, emotional and physical harassment of other students
    2. Any misbehaviour / indiscipline by any student / parent and damage to school property.
    3. Delay / Repetitive failure in payment of fee
    4. Unsatisfactory progress in academics
    5. Non-adherence to school rules, regulations and guidelines
    6. Possession of prohibited items

Birthday Celebration in School

  1. Celebration should be through distribution of toffees only.
  2. Cakes, pastries, cold drinks, chocolate bars, chewing gum and fancy gifts are not permitted.
  3. Partying in the classroom or canteen is strictly prohibited.
  4. Students of classes VI-XII must wear school uniform on their birthdays.
  5. School does not take any responsibility of any party / celebration organized by parents / students to celebrate birthdays outside the school campus.

Articles Prohibited in the School

  1. Sharp objects namely blade, knife, scissors, nail cutters, needle.
  2. Firearms, Explosives, Crackers, Holi Colours.
  3. The use of polythene bags and non-vegetarian food.
  4. Alcohol, cigarette, tobacco products, pan masala or any other form of intoxicating / illegal substance. Electronic gadgets (mobiles, i-pod, play-stations, audio / video players, camera, smart watch, fitness tracker, recording devices, toys etc) and expensive stationery articles. If found, the articles will be confiscated for six months.


  1. Fine of ₹ 10/- per day will be imposed for not returning the library book.
  2. In case of loss or damage to book, cost of book at the present rate will be levied.

School Trips and Tours

  1. The school provides Sleeper Class train fare for zonal level (CBSE & Inter DPS) participation and Three Tier A.C. train fare for national level participation.
  2. The outstation lodging and food arrangements are provided by host school as per DPS Society / CBSE norms.
  3. Parents, guardians or representatives are not allowed to travel with DPSR students or interfere in any inter school event.
  4. Students must stay with the escort teachers and team mates during any inter school event.
  5. Students will be allowed for school trips and tours only with prior consent of their parents.

" The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet. "

- Aristotle