Rules & Regulation

Discipline is the backbone of a nation as well as institution. It leads the pupils to be well organized and self-confident. The discipline is formative and not repressive. Therefore, Shri Ram Ashram Sen. Sec. School expects from every pupil conformity to certain regulations aimed at the growth of the entire institution.

  • Every pupil should come to the school in neat and proper school uniform.
  • No Pupil is permitted to leave the school premises without the permission of the Principal.
  • Pupils should arrive in the school at least five minutes before the bell rings for the assembly.
  • It is mandatory for the pupils to attend the morning assembly.
  • Pupils are expected to be courteous and gentle and show refined manners to their companions.
  • Parents are not allowed to send their wards to school if they are suffering from any contagious disease.
  • Application for leave exceeding 7 days due to illness must be supported by a medical certificate and sent in an envelope.
  • Unauthorized absence from school for 10 days or more will render a student’s name liable to be struck off the rolls.
  • Application for leave exceeding 2 days must be sanctioned by the Principal.
  • Any damage to the school property must be remedied at the cost of the offender.
  • The school is not responsible for any loss of personal belonging of any student.
  • Pupils are not permitted to wear valuable ornaments.
  • The carrying of mobiles in the school campus is strictly prohibited. Any pupil, violating this rule, shall be strictly dealt with. Even such mobiles may be confisedtion.
  • Corridors and library may be treated as silence zones.

  • All the students are expected to attend all the classes regularly.
  • For board classes 75% attendance is compulsory.
  • For availing leave, the following rules should be care of:
    • Avoid half-day leave.
    • Leave application is must.
    • Leave application should be sent in time otherwise the student will be marked absent. Application should be duly signed by the parents.

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