Charles Nagar Hatia,Ranchi

School Regulations


"Discipline is the continual exercise of the will enlightened by the intellect so that it may act easily and habitually according to right order and help the child to attain Self Mastery".

"A Basic Foundation for a virtuous Life"

Hence the school expects every child to contribute to the discipline of the school.

Special care must be taken to preserve an atmosphere of silence and serious work during school hours.

No collection of any kind will be made in School without the express permission of the Principal.

Any damage done on the School premises must be made good.

Service of the School.

Students will not be permitted the use of the Office Telephone without the permission of the Principal and this permission will be granted in urge cases only.

Books or Periodicals considered objectionable will not be allowed in the School. The Principal reserves the right to confiscate any such literature.

Students recovering from infectious diseases or exposed to them, will not be allowed to attend School until they have produced a medical Certificate to State that the period of Quarantine is over.

Students may not enter the Staff Rooms unless sent for an express purpose.

Students are not permitted to bring Mobile Phones to the School.

Students must come to school in proper uniform and they are not permitted to colour their hair, paint their nails and apply Mehandi on hands.

Talking in English is compulsory during School Hours.

Library Regulations

The cooperation of the student is of the greatest importance for the efficient and smooth working of the Library. Students are therefore enjoined to follow the rules and procedures laid down for this purpose the Library is essentially a place of quiet. Serious study and as such there must be complete silence in the Library at all times.Students are invited to make the fullest use of the resources and services that the library has to offer.

Students of Class XI 7 XII must use their free time to do reference work.

Books are issued strictly in order of application. It is left to the discretion of the Librarian not to issue certain books when circumstances warrant it. Books from the fiction section are issued for a period of one week.

Books are issued for the exclusive use of the borrower. Anyone found loaning books to another may be denied the facility of the Library.

As books are very expensive, students are required to take great care of them. When books are issued they should be carefully examined, and any defect or flaw e.g. missing pages etc. must be brought to the notice of the Librarian.

Books lost, damaged or defaced must be paid for at the current price of the books.

A fine of Rs. 10/- per book, per day (including Sundays and holidays) will be levied on books detained without renewal beyond the Due Date Students who repeatedly fal to return books in time may be denied the use of the Library altogether. Duplicate cards will only be issued on payment of Rs. 10/-.

The Library has the following Special Section.

Reference Section:

In this Section are Encyclopedia; Dictionaries. Special Volumes-Annuals etc. Books from this Section are intended for consultation in the Library itself.

Periodical Section:

(Open to Classes IX to XII only) Periodicals, Journals etc. of special value are included in this Section single copies may be borrowed on special application for one day.

Only Note Books and essential stationery may be taken into the Library.