BGN Adarsh Public School
Affiliated to CBSE, New Delhi. No: 1631106
Rules And Regulations
CODE OF CONDUCT (FOR STUDENTS)
In case of absence from school, information must be sent to the school beforehand, duly signed by the parents. In case of prolonged illness the leave application must be supported by a medical certificate from qualified doctor.
A student returning to school after infectious disease should also produce a fitness certificate from a doctor. The school authority is entitled to send the student back if it is in the interest of other students.
Every student should carry the school diary, lunch box and water bottle daily with him /her to school.
No child is permitted to leave the school premises during school hours without written permission of the Principal which will be granted only at the specific written request made personally by the parents.
The school uniform is to be worn on all school days and school functions.
Cycle must be locked and parked at the cycle stand.
Use of mobile phones is banned and is a punishable act as per rules of school and CBSE.
CODE OF CONDUCT (FOR PARENTS)
The fee should be deposited in time as per the schedule given in the fee booklet. No reminder will be sent for depositing the fees failing which the child will not be allowed to sit in the examination hall.
Parents cannot deny the participation of the child in any school activity and celebration of National days and other functions and activities organized by school.
Parents/ Guardians are not allowed to walk in to the classrooms and argue or fall in arguments with teachers during class hours.
Attending the Parents Teacher Meet (PTM) is compulsory for the parents to keep the track of their ward’s progress.
Parents are requested to check the diaries of their wards daily and ensure that the instructions are being followed by them properly. In case parents want to communicate with the teacher they can use the diary for the same.
Parents are advised to drop their child at the entrance gate only (not up to the class room).
Parents are advised to work in co-ordination with the teachers for the Development and Progress of their child’s potential to the maximum.