The conduct and discipline of a student is of prime importance at Vishvas Sr. Sec. School. It is expected that every student in school behaves in a manner that befits the dignity and honor of the values cherished at the school. Discipline is maintained through understanding and positive attitude. The school believes in Tagore’s philosophy ‘Where the mind is without Fear’. Discipline includes respect for seniors, love for juniors and self-control. Student’s discipline and conduct is recorded in the report card where special columns are made to assign grades according to their behaviour. Any student found lacking in conduct and behaviour may be asked to leave the school not withstanding any other achievement to his/her credit. The discipline and conduct records are the basis for the student’s final character certificate, whenever issued.
Punctuality and Cleanliness
Pupils must come to school punctually and neatly dressed. Nails should be neatly clipped, hair properly cut (no fancy hair styles, if long hair-two pony tails/plaits only), uniform should be washed and ironed. In case a child is late or is not in proper uniform, the child must have a letter of explanation addressed to the Principal.
CODE OF CONDUCT FOR STUDENTS
Every student shall be governed by the Code of Conduct. The following acts shall constitute breach of code of conduct.
1. Habitual late coming and negligence in the class.
2. Use of abusive language, quarrelsome and riotous behaviour.
3. Insubordination and defiance of lawful order.
4. Disrespectful behaviour, rumour mongering and character assassination
5. Making false accusations and/or assault either provoked or otherwise.
6. Use of chewing gum or narcotics on the school premises.
7. Mutilation of school records.
8. Indulging in or encouraging any form of malpractice connected with examination or other school activities.
9. Obstructing class-fellows or other members from lawful duties and indulging in any sort of agitation to coerce or embarrass the school authorities.
10. Carrying on personal monetary transactions among themselves.
11. Absenting from class even though present in the school premises.
12. Possession of explosives and other objectionable material in the school premises.
13. Non usage of English language barring Hindi and Sanskrit periods.
14. Coming to school by self-driven power vehicles (only bicycles allowed after seeking prior written permission from the Principal).
15. Bullying of juniors by seniors.