The school uniform is a sacred and prized possession of a student. It symbolises the ethos and culture of the school, of which the student is an integral part. Any violation of its sanctity calls for firm disciplinary action such as suspension, termination etc. Hair colouring, using styling gel and fashionable hair cults/cuts, applying mehendi are not allowed in school.
Every student must wear a clean, neat, complete and correct uniform daily. Parents must take special care to see that students leave home in full uniform. Hair must be neat. Girls may use black hair bands/blue ribbons to tie their hair. Boys need to have a neat short hair cut (no mushroom cut, army cut etc.). Children must wear black, rubber soled shoes of running material. Girls may wear small unobtrusive earrings and no danglers. Nail polish or mehendi is not to be applied. Girls in secondary school must wear black bicycle slacks under their school uniform.
Uniform is compulsory for all school activities, both curricular and co-curricular, on instruction days as well as on non-instruction days. On PT days the students are to wear their colourful Jerseys. Defaulters may be fined or sent back home. Whenever the complete or correct uniform cannot be worn, permission to attend school must be obtained on the Regularity Record under “Uniform”.