Rules and Regulations


At Sanjay Public School, rules have been specified so that they represent the school community’s expectations from students in terms of dress, behaviour and personal presentation. Students are expected to behave as per the acceptable standards at all the times while in the school.
Students are expected to follow certain mandatory rules:

 Every student should wear his/her Identity Card and the respective badges daily.
 Attendance on all National festival days and school functions is mandatory for students for celebrating the function or as per the schedule plan.
 Changing of classroom between periods should be done in silence and in a disciplined manner.
 Students are expected to observe discipline and decorum in their behaviour and outside the school as it reflects the image of the school.
 Students should never cheat or be unfair but should always be truthful and conduct in a courteous manner in public.
 Respect and appreciate the beauty of the classroom and of the school premises. Any damage observed should immediately be reported.
 Students must take care of their belongings like books, money, clothes, etc. Anything left by the students in the school shall be deposited with the school office as lost property which shall be given back to the owner on claiming it. However, the school is not responsible for any such loss.
 Students should resist from undesirable behaviour like whistling, shouting or running in the corridors or in the class while in the school.
 Students not in proper uniform will not be allowed to enter the school.
 School property like furniture, walls etc. should not be defaced. The culprit will be penalized for the same.
 Students are not allowed to bring sharp instrument/weapons like pistol, knife or any other object, which can cause injury to others.
 Books other than the text books or library books should not be brought to the school.
 Use of scooters/motorbikes is strictly prohibited.
 Cameras, mobile phones, etc. are strictly prohibited in the school premises.
 Students should attend the school regularly.
 Students should respect others’ right of learning.
 Students should obey their teachers at all the times.
 Students should keep the environment and community clean.
 Students should read the school notices and share them with their parents.
 The school reserves the right to expel any student whose progress in studies is considered unsatisfactory or whose conduct is harmful to the school atmosphere. Immorality, Insubordination or contempt of authority and breaking bonds are some of the reasons for immediate expulsion or rustication.