Rules and regulations

vidya vikas school kothamangalam

  •  The school insists on punctuality, regular attendance, cleanliness in dress, polish in manners and fidelity towards study. English is the language of instruction and communication in the school, except in other language classes.
  •  Moral Science classes are also arranged, during which students are tuned for a genuine.
  •  The school reserves the right to dismiss students whose diligence or progressin studies is unsatisfactory, whose conduct is harmful to other children or whose guardians show little interest in the progress of their wards. Immorality, grave insubordination, contempt of authority and willful damage of school property are sufficient reasons too for immediate dismissal.
  •  A student who uses unfair means and receives or gives assistance in any form during Tests/ Exams will be given Zero in the subject and is liable to be dismissed from the school.
  •  Genuine respect and love towards teachers are important values woven into the teacher-student relationship.
  •  Every student is responsible for the safe-keeping of his own belongings. The school does not accept any responsibility for their loss. The students are not allowed to bring valuable articles like ornaments, books other than texts and notes, cassettes, mobile phone, ipod, periodicals unless required by the teachers to school. In no case are students allowed to keep excess money with them.
  •   All must be on time for classes. Late-comers should present themselves to the Principla before   they enter the classroom. A student who was absent the prvious day, must get his/her diary signed by their parent/guardian.
  •  At the second bell, all must proceed without delay for the assembly during the days.
  •  In the absence of a teacher, the class leader/ monitor will see that order and silence is maintained. If, after three minutes, the teacher has not yeat arrived, the monitor should inform the principal.
  •  Parents/ Guardians shall not visit their wards and / or their teachers in the classrooms without permission. Such writeen permission may be obtained from the Principal.
  •  Care must be taken of all school property and no student shall damage any school furniture, write or draw anything on the walls or cause harm, in any way, to the body or belongings of others. Damages done should be reported at once to the class teacher. Each class will be responsible for the looking after of class property.
  •  For entries in report cards and diaries and notice intended for parents a student must obtain his parent’s / guardian’s signature with in two days.
  •  Proper school uniform is obligatory, except on birthdays/ special occasions. Untidy school uniforms, unusual hair cuttings, colour hair, hair styles and beards improper footwear are valid reasons for denial of admission to the class. Girls with long hair should braid their hair in two plaits.
  •  When pupils move along corridors to another classroom, library, laboratory and to the games field they should walk in line and keep to the left.
  •  Students of one class/ section are not allowed to enter other classes even during intervals and no   student is permitted to come out of the classrooms during the time between two periods when there is no   teacher in the class.
  •  Running playing or shouting inside the school buildings are not allowed.
  •  Children are not allowed to be taken home between school hours except on emergency cases.
  •  Children should not be send to school for at least a fortnight if they are suffering from infectious diseases like chickenpox, measles, mumps etc. until they are medically fit.
  •  Children are not allowed to wear valuable articles like gold moments as school will not be responsible for the loss.

WARNING : Children should abide by the rules formulated by the school authorities from time to time. Any form of misbehavior injurious to moral tone of the school will be severally dealth with, to the extent of removal from the rolls.

justice john methew - chairman of vidya vikas trust

Justice. John Mathew

"What is good Education? The usually accepted answer is this, good education is an education that makes a good human being, a good member of a family, a good member of a community, a good citizen of a country and a good citizen of the world. The three schools of humanity-home, school and community - all have a measure of responsibility towards providing every child with good education".