Tutors are to
make cell phones available to their tutees for 30
minutes only (on either Saturday or Sunday) and calls
are to be placed / received only from parents.
Tutors are to
supervise cell calls home to parents without invading
the privacy of the pupil. The call may only be initiated
in the presence of the Tutor.
not allowed to keep laptops in their possession beyond
8:30pm. (HSMs to ensure that this is complied with all
days of the week).
cover to Boarding-Houses is withdrawn at 8:00 pm daily,
only permitted to make EMERGENCY CALLS to HSMs on their
official cell phones for 30 minutes after lunch.
laptops in the Boarding-Houses are for the use of the
HSMs and Dames. Please check your account daily for
attendance reports, internal memos and correspondence
Quarters are ‘Out of Bounds’ for pupils (except during
Pupils are no
longer allowed to travel in cars owned by staff (on &
not allowed to consult each other during Post-Dinner
Prep which is to be conducted in complete silence.
Prep commences at 8:40 pm and pupils are not allowed to
leave their Boarding-Houses after Dinner.
Prep: GD vacates the MSB at 7:50 pm, BD at 8:00 pm. Lady
on Duty at MSB Prep to escort the girls back to the GD.
pupils of Class 12) are permitted a maximum of 30
minutes of extra study after ‘Lights Out’ at the
discretion of the HSM.
Timings for BD and GD are to be strictly implemented and
pupils without the signed ‘Hospital Register’ are not to
be entertained by the Hospital.
only administer medicines prescribed by the School’s RMO.
All other medicines are to be confiscated and sent to
Ambulance will only be commissioned for medical
emergencies on campus. Ordinarily, pupils are expected
to walk to the Hospital.
Hazari’ and ‘Morning Exercise’ are compulsory for all
pupils (3 to 12).
electronic products (MP3 / ipods etc) are not permitted
in the MSB. Confiscate and forward to DOS. DOS to issue
written complaint to parent to collect the item from the
AO at the end of term and DHM to put up pupil for YC.
are obliged to use the new customized colour-coded AVS
bags & water-bottles. No negotiations, please.
the WMH are to be supervised by staff (conducting the
event) and the hall is to be locked by School personnel
after practice concludes.
/ functions in the MSB, lady staff will ensure that the
girls leave via the Swimming-Pool (side) entrances and
the Masters will ensure that the BD exits via the
Library (side). PUPILS ARE NOT TO BE LEFT UNATTENDED
AFTER FUNCTIONS IN THE WMH.
Hour is be strictly implemented on all days of the week,
HSMs will be
available to mentor pupils in their care for 30 minutes
after lunch on all working days of the week.
punctuality of pupils is primarily the responsibility of
the Dames and HSMs.
including School issue shoes, is to be strictly
implemented (except for ‘Specialists’ in Squash and
AVS does not
accept ‘couples’ in the pupil community wandering around
the campus together, especially on the Central Avenue.
Decorum is to
be maintained in the Dining-Halls and during the line-up
not allowed to hold the keys to any School property (eg.
sleeping in class are to be reported to the DOS
immediately and executive action will ensue after a
report is filed by the RMO with the HM.
Counsellor will advertise the time when she is available
to pupils in her office. Meetings with the Counsellor
visiting the Café on non-designated days are to be
removed immediately and their names are to be reported
to the DHM for written dialogue with the HSMs.
Bad Chit automatically results in the issuance of a
Second Bad Chit for concealment. It is incumbent on the
defaulting pupil to ensure that the Bad Chit is signed
by the HSM immediately and the HSM should record this in
Holders may not represent the School in any activity or
their House in any event until they are cleared of
underperformance in the next testing cycle. They are
also debarred from Outings during that period.
Any member of
staff may recommend the issuance of a Yellow Card (for
misconduct) to the HM. Receipt of 2 YCs in any term
automatically results in withdrawal / expulsion from the
recommend a YC, suspension or expulsion of a pupil to
the HM through the DHM. In addition, HSMs may curtail
Common Room Rights, Café visits and Outings.
Receipt of a
YC / RC results in a formal written complaint to the
parent(s) by the DHM / DOS respectively.
SOP for Day
of Return from Vacations / Exeats: checking for
contraband on pupils suspected of abuse in the past.
All items of
School food on offer are to be consumed by pupils in
appropriate quantities. Cereals and vegetables are not
POLICY’ implies: (a) immediate expulsion for the
possession of contraband (including cigarettes), alcohol
and drugs. (b) Bullying, including physical / verbal
abuse and running ‘favours’. (c) Sexual contact with
in a compromising position are to be referred to the DHM
immediately and the RMO is empowered to conduct a
physical examination, if necessary. If the RMO’s opinion
is that sexual contact has occurred, the pupils will be
expelled from the School within 24 hours.
It is to be understood by all that School Rules and
Regulations exist within the purview of School Law in
India to provide for the well-being of the pupil
community. As the School oriented itself with these
policies and practices over the last few years, the
School’s Administration had taken a compassionate stance
in not clinically punishing recalcitrant pupils “with
In future, however, on the clear understanding that the
more significant aspects of the ‘Code of Conduct’ above
is clear to all stakeholders, the ‘rule of law’ will
prevail without exception.
All staff are expected to collectively reinforce these
provisions for the care of children in our charge.