RULES FOR ABSENCE
If a pupil remains absent from the school, he/she shall produce an explanatory note from the guardian on the next day he/she attends the class indicating the reason for his/her absence.
Pupils who have been absent themselves from the class for more than fifteen (15) days without permission, are liable to be struck off the roll and may not be re-admitted. If re-admitted they will have to pay the entrance fee again.
- If the leave of absence is for more than three days the guardian shall write to the principal about it in advance. Absence or account of illness should be supported by a medical certificate. No leave absence will be granted except for genuine reason.
- It is advisable not to send a pupil suffering from infectious or contagious disease to School. A Medical Certificate showing that the pupil is free from infection should be produced when he/she rejoins the school after such illness
- Irregular attendance unjustified or unexplained absences for more than seven days, habitual illness, disobedience or objectionable influence justifies dismissal.
- lf for any reason a guardian desires that his/her child return from the School before the Scheduled time, he/she shall send With him/her a note to the effect indicating the reason. In case a pupil desires to return home for a serious reason earlier than the closing time of the school, he/she apply in Writing to the class teacher and get the principal's sanction.