School Rules and Life @ YMS



To develop qualities of leadership, self-reliance and team-work, students are grouped under 9 houses (3 in Primary, 3 in Middle, 3 in Senior Wing).  The selection / appointment of House Captains / Prefects is based on merit.  Points are assigned for all house activities to students all through the year, to declare the best house at the end of the session. Points are deducted for inappropriate behaviour, issuance of red/yellow cards, uniform defaulters, etc.

The houses and their respective colours are:-

Details about houses

Primary Wings




Middle Wing




Senior Wing


Shanti Niketan


Regular house meetings are scheduled for classes II onwards



The school has a tie-up with CYGNUS MLS HOSPIAL and the infirmary is looked after by a qualified doctor on all working days during working hours. Medical check-up of students is carried out from time to time and a record is maintained. First Aid is provided in the clinic. Parents are informed if the doctor/nurse is of the opinion that a child needs special medical attention. An ambulance is available during working hours to transport sick children to the hospital.


The school libraries (Junior and Senior) are open to all students of the school. All the classes are provided with at least one library period per week. Students must keep the following things in mind while using the library.

  • Strict silence must be maintained in the library.
  • Books lost / damaged / disfigured will have to be paid for or replaced by the borrower.
  • Any child found damaging or defacing a library book would be debarred from using the library.
  • No student may take books out of the library without the permission of the librarian.
  • A fine of Rs. 1 per day per book will be charged as late fine for the overdue book.


The school diary is a document in which all the information about the school is given. Make sure that all the information like residential address and contact numbers is filled in correctly. You must check it daily, as it is an important channel of communication between parents and teachers


You are requested to meet the class teacher/subject teacher/in charge/Principal to know about the progress of your ward as per the schedule mentioned in school alumnac or with the prior permission/appointment. You may also get the information through the web portal of the school


“A consciousness of inward knowledge gives confidence to the outward behavior, which, of all things, is the best to grace a man in his carriage”.

We need to nurture and guide our children to be disciplined in life. The following are certain disciplinary modules which work in tandem with the school’s code of conduct. Please remember that these are words of caution for the benefit of our children. Absolute compliance and serious obeyance are expected by the students in all concerned areas to avoid the listed actions.


Students must, at all times behave sensibly, courteously and with consideration for others, both in and out of school.


Students must be regular and punctual in attendance at school as follows:

NURSERY WING : 5 days in a week

SUMMERS:              8:00 am to 12:00 noon

WINTERS:                8:30 am to 12:30 pm

CLASS I : 5 days in a week

SUMMERS:              8:00 am to 1:00 pm

WINTERS:                8:30 am to 1:30 pm


  • 6 days in a week
  • 2nd Saturday will be a holiday

SUMMERS:              7:45 am to 2:00 pm

WINTERS:                8:00 am to 2:10 pm




Coming Late

NOTE: School gates will shut at 8:00 am and the students are supposed to use GATE No. 2 for entry and exit from the schools. Half day/ Short Leaves are not allowed

  • Verbal warning
  • Written warning through an almanac note
  • Student sent back home and marked absent

Bullying / aggressive behavior and use of abusive language

  • Written apology to go into the student’s dossier. One copy to be retained by the class teacher.
  • Counseling of students and parents
  • Issue of Atonement/ first Retribution Card
  • Issue of second Retribution Card
  • Suspension/Expulsion from school

Irregular attendance 

  • Written warning through an almanac note
  • Written apology to be filed into the student’s dossier
  • Written information to parents

Uninformed absence for more than six days 

  • Repeated absence without leave or unexplained absence for more than six consecutive days render the student liable to have his / her name struck off the rolls, readmission may be granted only on payment of fresh admission fee provided the vacancy still exists.

Delay in Hair Cut

  • Verbal warning
  • Written warning through an almanac note
  • Students will be sent home
  • Hair cut in school

Defaulter at work (missing formal assessments and exams, late submissions, not getting the required material) 

  • Written warning (Twice) through an almanac note
  • Withdrawal of P.T. period
  • After school detention to complete the work.
  • Issue of punishment card

Damage to school property 

  • Penal Fine
  • Issue of
  • Issue of punishment card

Untidy classrooms and littering the school. 

  • Student to clean the classroom or littered area
  • Withdrawal of break
  • Withdrawal of P.T. period

Items banned in school

  • CD players, i-pods and MP3 players
  • Mobile phones or any other electronic gadget.
  • Cameras, VCD’s, DVD’s, USB’s
  • Books (other than text books or library books), magazines, journals.
  • Valuable articles such as expensive watches, jewelry, etc.
  • Chemicals/ paints of any kind crackers
  • Sharp objects

Bunking classes/Assemblies / Activities

  • Detention in the class
  • Issue of punishment card

Uniform Turnout

  • Verbal warning
  • Written note (Twice) through an almanac note
  • To be sent back home

Reinforcing the Positive
We need to frequently observe, encourage and reward children’s disciplined behavior. The following is a list of attributes which would be kept in mind for the assessment of ‘Positive Learning Behavior’.



  • Language Protection
  • Politeness
  • Respect For Elders
  • Cleanliness
  • Uniform Turnout
  • Compatibility With Peer Group
  • Shouldering Responsibility
  • Leadership Qualities
  • Empathy Towards Others
  • Obeying School Rules And Regulations
  • Punctuality


It is of utmost importance to impart health education to our children so that they can become fit and confident individuals

  1. All parents must ensure that children:
  • Maintain personal hygiene such as trimming of nails / hair and stay neat on a regular basis
  • Exercise regularly
  • Have a nutritionally balanced diet
  • Drink enough water (either boiled or filtered) throughout the day to avoid dehydration
  • Must avoid consumption of eatables from roadside vendors and kiosks
  • Avoid fast food
  • Bring seasonal fruit to eat during the ‘Fruit Break’
  • Carry paper soap to wash hands.
  1. All children should also:
  • Be de-wormed at least once every year, as per the advice of the physician.
  • Have a dental and ophthalmic checkup once every year by well qualified specialists.
  • Be immunized regularly against prescribed infections and diseases.
  1. Children indulging in sports and physical activities should consume liquids like juices, lemon water, glucose etc. at regular intervals.
  2. Children taking extra coaching classes must carry extra food to avoid staying empty stomach for a long duration.
  3. Students suffering from diseases such as chicken pox, cholera, measles, mumps, whooping cough and jaundice must observe the prescribed period of quarantine.
  4. Students suffering from infectious diseases such as conjunctivitis, dermatitis & scabies etc. should not be sent to school until they have fully recovered and are fit to attend classes. The same must be certified by a qualified doctor in the form of a medical certificate to be sent to the class teacher.
  5. Students suffering from chronic diseases etc. must be under continuous medical supervision of a specialist in the concerned field. A history of their illness, along with the treatment and the names of medicines and dosage prescribed by the doctor must be submitted to the class teacher / class coordinator as soon as the problem is diagnosed during the academic year.
  6. The school must be informed regarding any injury sustained by the child particularly if it has a lasting effect.
  7. Any special medication or ailment must be brought to the notice of all concerned along with supporting medical documents.
  8. In case of medical emergency, students may be advised by the school doctor to be taken back home.