Admission in this distinguished school, which imparts totally free education to the children belonging to weaker section of the society without any distinction of caste, colour and creed, is made on the following criterion:

First preference for parentless children.                                    

Second preference for fatherless/motherless children.

Over-all preference for children of domestic helps, rickshaw pullers, hawkers, labourers, petty shopkeepers and all those who do not have any means.

Admission commences in the first week of April every year. Registration for LKG and XI standard starts in the last week of February. Registration does not guarantee admission. New admissions are allowed in accordance with the availability of seats in each class. Girl candidates, of course, are preferred. The admission to class XI is provisional subject to the candidate’s passing her Standard Examination X with good percentage.

Rules and Regulations

“Good buildings do not make a good school or a good college.”

–Stephen Leacock

It is an established fact that the success or worth of an institution is not judged by its beautiful building, but by its good rules and regulations, healthy traditions and academic results, in particular.

Hence, the institution makes every possible effort to motivate students to adhere to its rules and regulations.


Since discipline is the essence of  life, students are advised to keep their class rooms/school building/campus, etc., neat and clean.

School uniform is a symbol of not only identify and pride but also self-discipline. So all the students are expected to wear the proper uniform as prescribed by the school.

It is obligatory on the part of every student to observe polite behaviour. Shouting, bullying or use of foul language is not allowed.


A student is expected to complete 75% of school attendance in order to appear for the annual examination.

Attendance for the morning assembly, extra classes, all types of functions, activities, is compulsory.

An application for leave will be entertained only provided it is duly endorsed by Parent/Guardian.

The name of a student who absents himself/herself for 6 consecutive days without leave will be struck off the school rolls.


A student can be asked to leave the school on any one of the following grounds:

  • Constant weakness in studies
  • Habitual irregularity in attendance
  • Disobedience to teachers
  • Misconduct/Cheating/Theft, etc.