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KIPS By-Laws

1. Code of Conduct for Parents / Students :

The observance of rules of discipline and good behaviour is essential to student's continuance in the school. The decision of the Principal is final and binding on all students in respect of rules/instructions framed for discipline and good behaviour.
Expected Practices : All students must ensure :
Student should be regular and punctual in attending the school.
Exemption from compulsory sports, games & PT is granted only after certified by the doctor for unfitness.
Immaculate turn out in school uniform / house dress with proper hair cut / grooming.
Presence in classroom at all time while the class is in progress except with the permission of the class teacher.
Switch off the lights & fans before leaving the class room.
Do not crowd around in the corridors near toilets, water dispensers and sports ground.
Move from one place to another in an orderly fashion in a single line without making noise to avoid disturbance to the other students in the school.
Inform Class Teacher / Principal any known case of indiscipline and unusual happening in the school or while transiting in the bus immediately.
A minimum of 80% attendance is compulsory. Leave applied for, should be a day in advance & through the prescribed form enclosed in the almanac.
Forbidden Practices: No student is to indulge in any of the following practices :-
Not adhering to the rules & regulations of the institution.
Absence from school without prior information.
Use of unfair means in the examination.
Disfiguring / damaging any school property.
Board not to or alight from the moving bus or stand near the door.
Smoking in or around the school premises.
Any form of gambling and or betting.
Use of drugs or intoxicants except on prescription by the registered medical practitioner.
Rowdy or rude behaviour.
Use of violence in any form.
Practice of untouchability or advocating of customs, communalism, or any such social ills.
Viewing / reading / screening any kind of undesirable / vulgar material.
Indiscipline involving fighting / theft / any other act which may bring disrepute to the institution.
Striking off the Name from the School Rolls: The name of the student will be struck off from the school rolls for :-
Non-payments of fees and other dues (if any) for 30 days after the last date of payment.
Absence of a student without leave information to the school for 15 consecutive days.
Form of Disciplinary Measures: The following disciplinary action will be taken :-
Verbal Warning by the teacher concerned-One Time (endorsement will be in student's school diary).
Written Warning by the school administration will be issued after verbal warning. Parents of the student will accompany the student to the school for counselling in such cases.
Any further act of indiscipline beyond written warning will attract rustication / expulsion from the school.
Any serious case of indiscipline will attract rustication / expulsion from school without any verbal or written warning.
Note:- Every punishment awarded to a student will be documented.

2. School Uniform Rules :

Students must wear their uniform with pride and ensure that they look neat, tidy and presentable at all times. I-Card for all and hair band for girls are an integral part of the uniform and must be worn at all times.
A student must always come to school in neat and clean uniform, also during the practical and special classes.
Students are required to attend all school functions/activities, Open House, in or outside the school in school uniform only.
Students who are not in complete/neat and tidy uniform can be debarred from boarding the bus/entering the school.
School Belt is mandatory for all students.
Each student is supposed to carry a clean, ironed, white handkerchief to school every single day without fail. Repeated offence in this regard will incur disciplinary action.
Students who wear spectacles must ensure that the frame is black in colour. Coloured and/or fancy frames will be confiscated. However, coloured frames are allowed for students of classes Nursery-III.
The length of shorts should be 1” above the knee. The length of skirts should be 2” below the knee.
Bloomers (with elastic on thighs) are compulsory for girls from classes Nursery to III. Under Skirts are mandatory for girls from classes IV to VIII.
It is mandatory for girls to wear stockings with their winter uniform.
Students are required to wear shirts and tunics/skirts/trousers as per the design specifications of the prescribed uniform supplied by the books and uniform shop.
Students are required to wear shoes provided by the school books and uniform shop.
Girls are not allowed to apply henna on their hands. They are not allowed to wear earrings or rings on fingers or nose rings. However, a pair of small ear studs is permitted.
Girls with long hair should plait their hair. It is mandatory for girls to wear hair bands in the school campus, inside the bus as well as outside the school campus while representing the school.
Failure to follow the rule will result in suspension from school.
Colouring or bleaching of hair is not permitted.
Ornaments of any kind, including bracelets, nose pins, rings on fingers, or elaborate earrings/ear studs of precious metal/jewels are not allowed, even for religious reasons. The only exception for girls is a pair of small ear studs. Violation of this rule will result in confiscation and/or suspension. This applies to religious threads, talisman, tika, etc., as well.

3. General Guideline:

The school reserves the right to terminate the continuance of students with unsatisfactory progress in studies or whose conduct is unexemplary for others.
Students who are escorted to and from school in the care of servants or other domestic staff may not leave the school premises without their nominated escort. In case of a delay in the arrival of such escorts, they should report the matter to the school office.
Observance of the following is compulsory for all students and deviations will lead to disciplinary action:
Bullying and the use of foul language are punishable offences, whether in or out of school. Students found indulging in the same will be expelled.
Damaging or disfiguring any school property may result in suspension/expulsion from school in addition to levy of heavy fine.
Students are expected to carry books and notebooks in strict accordance with the time table and refrain from bringing unnecessary material to school.
Students are prohibited from bringing any publication, reference books, CDs or other storage devices like floppies, pen drives, i-pods, i-pads or Tablets, not relevant to academic pursuits. Violation may result in suspension and/or levying of heavy fine.
Bringing money to school is not allowed. It is against the school policy. Bringing mobile phones, cameras, expensive pens, pencils, fancy pencil-box, etc., to school is strictly forbidden. Such items will be confiscated. Heavy fine will be levied on those found in possession apart from being suspended from school.
In the interest of their own security, students are advised not to buy or receive any articles, gifts or foodstuffs from anyone at all en route.
Exploding crackers on any occasion or splashing colours during Holi in the school premises or in the school bus is strictly forbidden. Students found guilty will be expelled from school without notice.
It is mandatory for all students, unless instructed otherwise, to be present for festivals and functions celebrated in and outside the school.
The school is committed to protecting the environment and expects its students to be environment friendly in all their actions. The use of polybasic (plastic bags) is, therefore, strictly prohibited in the school and students should consciously avoid their use for any purpose.
Students are not allowed to celebrate their birthdays or any other occasion in school by distributing invitation cards or gifts or sweets or chocolates. Students from class IV onwards are permitted to wear watches. However, only the customized school watches available at the tuck shop are permitted to be worn.
Students are strictly prohibited from commuting to school on cycles or self-driven two/four-wheelers. Any violation of this rule will result in strict disciplinary action and expulsion from school.
In case a student misses out on bringing tiffin to school, the parents are requested to not bring the tiffin to school themselves or send it through someone. Instead, they should intimate the same to School office before it is time for recess. School office will not entertain the tiffin owing to security reasons.

4. Transport Rules:

Bus facility is available for all the student of the school except for students residing in nearby areas.
School bus routes are drawn up based on convenience and demand while ensuring that no route is overly long. Parents should consult the school's Transport In-charge for necessary details or any changes desired.
Parents should, for the safety of their children, ensure that their wards are always escorted to and from bus stops. For children who, for any reason, have to travel unescorted to and from their stops, an application mentioning the same must be sent to the Head of School. Such students should carry both the identity cards (student’s/parent’s) and produce the same if asked to.
Students are allowed to board/disembark their allotted bus at the bus stop only, both on to and fro journey. There is no provision for temporary change in bus or bus stops.
In case of change in residence of a student to supervision area, an application should be made to the school in the prescribed format (available in the school Almanac), along with a verifiable proof of residence. Supervision will not be allowed on any other ground, except place of residence.
Students should not touch the instrument panel or first aid box, or fire extinguisher in buses.
Students must make sure that the aisle of the bus is clear, and that school bags and other belongings are placed properly.
Students must keep all parts of their body inside the bus at all times. They should not put their hands out even for waving.
A student using the school bus is expected to be at the bus stop at least 10 minutes before the scheduled arrival of the bus.
Students who do not avail school transport should report 10 minutes before the school commences.
Parents/Guardians of students who do not avail school transport should present themselves at the school gate 15 minutes after the start of dispersal of the school to collect their wards.
The student has to be on the correct side of the arriving bus.
Students are allowed to use only their allotted bus and bus stop. There is no provision for temporary change in bus or bus stops.
Students, who miss the allotted bus, should not try to board their bus on route or any other bus. In such cases, it is the responsibility of the parents to drops their wards to school. Such students may, however, return by their allotted bus. Parents trying to stop the bus and force their ward to board the bus along the route will lead to withdrawal of bus facility and a heavy fine.
Students must make sure that the aisle of the bus is clear, and that school bags and other belongings are placed properly.
Students must keep all parts of their body inside the bus at all times. They should not put their hands out even for waving.
No object should be thrown inside or outside the bus. The consumption of edibles and drinks is not permitted in the bus.
Unruly behaviour like shrieking and shouting is strictly prohibited.
The driver's attention must not be distracted for any reason.
The drivers are authorised to stop buses at designated stops only, unless otherwise directed by the bus teacher after consultation with the Transport In-Charge and Principal. The list of stops is prepared keeping in view the convenience and safety of all bus commuters and is subject to change.