Rules And Regulations

  • The School has been established to cater to the educational requirements of the wards of Army personnel. Consequently, children of serving Army personnel coming on transfer from out station will not be denied admission at any time of the year subject to availability of seat and quality and qualifying in the Entrance Examination.
  • A student coming from another recognized school shall not be admitted to a class higher than the one in which he/she was studying at his/her former school, unless promoted to the next higher class at the end of the academic session.
  • No provisional admission is permitted under any circumstance.

Priorities of Admission

  • Children of serving Army personnel (including DSC), children of Army widows and TA personnel who have a minimum of 10 years embodied service.
  • Children of Ex-serviceman, DSC personnel retired with pension from DSC.
  • Children of serving Air Force and Naval personnel.
  • Children of civilians paid out of Defence Estimates, Para Military Forces including Coast Guards, MES, GREF and TA (when not embodied).
  • Other children.

School Uniform

  • Summer Uniform
    Boys Girls
    • White Shirt with half sleeves.
    • Steel Gray short or trousers.
    • Black Shoes.
    • Steel Gray Shocks.
    • School Belt.
    • Steel Gray Turban for Sikh Student.
    • White Shirt / Blouse with half sleeves.
    • Plaits and Red Ribbon.
    • Steel Gray divided Skirt or Steel Gray Kameez with "V" Neck, White Salvar and White Dupatta.
    • Black Shoes.
    • Steel Gray Shocks.
    • School Belt.
    Winter Uniform
    Boys Girls
    • White Shirt with full sleeves.
    • Navy Blue Blazer or Navy Blue Pullover. ("V" Neck without Collar )
    • Steel Gray short or trousers.
    • Black Shoes.
    • Steel Gray Shocks.
    • School Belt, Tie.
    • Steel Gray Turban for Sikh Student.
    • Navy Blue Cap
    • White Shirt or Blouse with full sleeves.
    • Plaits and Red Ribbon.
    • Navy Blue Blazer or Navy Blue Pullover. ("V" Neck without Collar )
    • Steel Gray Skirt or Steel Gray Kameez with "V" Neck, White Salvar and White Dupatta.
    • Steel Gray Trousers for Primary. ( I to V )
    • Black Shoes.
    • Steel Gray Shocks.
    • School Belt.
    • Navy Blue Scarfs

    * Note: Wednesday White Uniform.

School Rules

  • Students are required to bring their school diary everyday.
  • Students are required to go to the assembly in oderly manner as soon as bell for assembly rings.
  • Students should always be neatly dressed with their shooes polished and hair done properly.
  • Only sikh students who wear turbans will be allowed to keep a beard. The other boys should be clean shaven.
  • Girls with very short hair should wear hairbands. Those with sholder-length hair should make a pony tail with an elastic band. Long hair should be plaited and tied with an elastic band.
  • Finger nails must be cut short and kept clean.
  • Students are advised to make use of dustbins provided for throwing bits of paper,etc.They are expected to keep the campus naet and clean.
  • No student should shout or whistle in the school premises.
  • Students must take care of school property. Damaging school furniture, writting on walls, etc. will be dealt strictly. Students shall reimburse the cost of any school property damaged by them.
  • Students must look after their belongings. They are advised not to bring costly articles to school. The school shal not be responsiblefor any article which may be lost or stolen.
  • No student should bring mobile phones in school.
  • Students will not be permitted to attend telephone calls during school hours unless the calls are very urgent.
  • Parents are not permitted to visit the classroom to meet their sons/daughters/wards.

Students are always expected to set standards of good conduct and politeness in the school, in the buses and at public places. The school is judged by the conduct of the students. They should greet their teachers and elders whenever they meet them.


  • Asthmatic Students should always keep inhalers with them while in school.
  • Students suffering from chronic diseases should inform the school authorities about their ailments at the time of admission.
  • School will not be responsible for any contengencies related to the same.


  • The school emphasises a high standard of discipline and also demands from students serious application to their studies as well as other pursuits.This calls for co-operation from parents. It requires their honouring the school rules and regulations themselves as well as seeing that their sons/daughters/wards also do the same.
  • Students Must be punctual and regular to school. They should be neatly dressed in the proper school uniform.
  • Students are responsible for the safe custody of their books and their belongings.
  • Any act or omission which may harm the atmosphere of the school or affects its image will be treated as serious indiscipline.
  • Students will maintain decorum & discipline in the laboraties. In case of any damage or breakage to the apparatus issued to the student will replace the same within 3 Days.