The Catholic pupils should be deligent in the practice of their
religion. Hence they have to seriously study their religion. Whenever
called upon to attend special religious services in the school
chapel, they should attend with devotion. The Headmaster /
Principal is entitled to see that all Catholic boys conform to
All boys should devoutly take part in the common prayers which
will be recited before the beginning of the day and after this the
students greet in common the teacher who presides.
Students should punctually attend class. Those who arrive early
should go straight to their respective classes and start their
studies in perfect silence. They should not loiter about the
school compound or talk in the school premises. But they
may go out at the warning bell. At the second bell all should be
in their class rooms. Those who arrive after the second bell
may go to class only with the permission of the Headmaster /
If any student is unable to attend class, the parent or guardian
should apply for leave. Absence without previous leave is punishable.
After leave or absence, the boy will not be
admitted to class unless, the guardian has recorded the fact
and signed in the school diary.
A pupil shall be removed from the rolls, if he has been absent
without leave for 15 working days consecutively or has been
continuosly absent for 5 working days from the re-opening day.
When a teacher or any one in authority enters the class all
must honour him by standing up. Students should greet the
teachers when and wherever they meet the teachers for the
first time during the day.
The Headmaster / Principal may be seen immediately before
or after class hours. Boys are not allowed to enter the
staffrooms. Students may go to the office counter only on business.
Students should not gather together or talk on the office
corridor. Students should greet politely any strangers found on the school premises and take them to the Headmaster / Principal.
Visitors are not allowed to walk on the corridor or go to
All must be careful to keep their person, dress, books, class
room and precincts clean and to respect teachers and companions.
Class furniture should not be shifted or taken out of the class
room. Boys should not write or make marks on furniture or
wall. Nails may not be struck and pictures fixed up on the
wall. Any damages done to the school property should be
immediately reported to the Headmaster / Principal and made
Class rooms are sacred. No recreation is to be had in the class
rooms. During the intervals, all boys must immediately go out of
the class. Students should not enter any class room except their
Any documents from the office such as Transfer certificates,
extracts from admission registers etc., should be applied for
at least three working days in advance.
Every boy in the U.P. & High school must have school uniform
of white half sleeve shirt (not T shirt), with black pants
and School belt. A boy in the +2 should have school uniform
of dark cream shirt and black pants. Students are not permitted
to wear jeans, dhoti, skinny, low waist pants and fashion
hair cutting is strictly prohibited. U.P. & H.S. boys have to
wear only black shoes or chapels along with uniform. They
are not permited to wear coloured shoes or chapels.
When going from one class to another they should go in line
and in perfect silence.
During school hours boys may not go out of the school
compound without the permission of the Headmaster /Principal.
Pupils are not allowed to stay at the school gate or road side
Boys are not allowed to go to the beach during intervals.
Do not throw about bits of paper in class rooms and
verandahs. Please pick up bits of paper and drop them in dust bins.
Do not gather around guests and their vehicles.
Metal boxes for carrying books, blades and other such sharp
instruments are not to be brought to school. Books, Magazines
and other periodicals, not approved by Headmaster/
Principal should not be brought to the school and if brought
are liable to be confiscated.
At public meetings and matches, our boys should maintain
the honour of the school by their orderly behaviour. Shouting
and continued clapping of hands are unbecoming.
Frequent absence from class, lack of diligence in studies,
disobedience to teachers, quarrelsomeness, indecent talk
and conduct are sufficient reasons for dismissal from the
Smoking is strictly prohibited in the school premises.
Students should not buy unhygienic victual from street
vendors. They should not enter the Jesuit House premises.
All boys must attend the examination. Promotion will be
hindered by absence from and any malpractice in the
Tuition without the Headmaster's / Principal's permission is
to be avoided.
Progress cards are issued two weeks after the terminal
examination. Parents are requested to check, sign and return
them without delay. They are also invited to take advantage
of these occasions to visit the school and discuss the
progress of their children with the Headmaster / Principal and
Each one is free to bring any complaint to the authorities.
Group petitions however are against rules.
In and out of school every boy's behaviour should be such as
to bring honour to himself, his family and the School.
Use of mobile phones and motor bikes are prohibited in the
This calendar should be kept carefully and brought to class
on all working days. Without the calendar the boy will not be
admitted to class. If lost a fine of Rs. 25 will be imposed.