Rules & Regulations

Our Rules & Regulations

School rules are to be viewed as an aid to an individual’s growth as much as to enable him/her to become an integral part of the community. Rules exist to enable members of the community to know what is expected of them and to understand the norms.

Of course, there have always been a set of rules in force in the School, both written and unwritten, but we are now trying to put them down for all concerned to understand them clearly. Only such understanding will enable us all to observe them effectively, so as to strengthen our discipline and to make the environment conducive for growth of an individual and the community.



Over the years, rules have undergone changes through the cumulative experiences of the community here, and thus, even these rules, so as to keep pace with time, will undergo a change, which is the only constant. The secret of a happy community is that rules are kept to a minimum, just enough to lead a way of life that provides safety, well-being, good order and convenience of the majority. In short, self-discipline should grow steadily and create strong individuals in a strong community.

Failure to observe these rules will be regarded as a breach of school discipline. These rules, along with any additional regulations, which may be issued from time to time, apply during the term, whether or not a student is on or off the school campus.

A. Assembly.

  • No one is supposed to be absent from Assembly.
  • Proper decorum in keeping with the solemnity of the occasion is to be maintained.
  • If the hospital authorities have detained a residential student, he must bring a slip signed by the Doctor/Nurse in charge to the class teacher excusing him from Assembly.
  • Students are expected to leave their books in the classroom during assembly.
  • All notices meant to be announced during this time should be written legibly on a sheet of paper, signed by the teacher/student in charge of the concerned activity, and handed over to one of the Prefects.

B. Bounds

EXTERNAL – Students are not permitted to leave the school campus without permission of the Principal/Vice Principal. Students should write an application citing the reason for leave clearly and get it signed by their class teacher before approaching the Principal/Vice Principal for leave. In no case is a student permitted to visit any of the bars in town.


INTERNAL – Except with the permission of a member of staff, students may not climb onto any roof/terrace at times when they are not authorized to do so.

Our Students Code of Conduct

In general, all students are expected to maintain the decorum expected from a gentleman/lady, good order, decency, restrain, consideration for all and so on. Students should show courtesy to and respect for others, thereby showing respect for themselves and for the reputation of the school.

A. Courtesies

Students are expected to :

  • Greet appropriately the members of the staff, their spouses, and guests, and lend a helping hand to any visitor looking lost on the campus.
  • Switch off lights and fans when these are not in use.
  • Not litter on campus.
  • Not cheat or be unfair at play; never to be rude.
  • Be kind and honest.
  • Respect the liberty and the right of the others.
  • Resist the temptation and to have the courage to say ‘No’ to wrongs.
  • Utilize the time to the optimum.
  • Look upon people from all parts of the world as their brethren irrespective of their caste, colour and creed.
  • Take good care of their health and to develop healthy habits.
  • Have a positive attitude and an appealing demeanour.
  • Accept all the assignment rightfully and complete them dutifully.
  • Face difficulties courageously.
  • If a student knows that he will be missing a school activity, he should inform the teacher concerned well in advance.
    (This does not apply if a list of such students is going to be circulated)
  • Students should refrain from throwing pebbles at one another.

B. Duties

  • To abide by and respect the Constitution, the National Flag and the National Anthem of India.
  • To cherish and follow the noble ideals of freedom struggle of India.
  • To uphold and protect the sovereignty, unity and integrity of India.
  • To defend the country and render national service when required.
  • To promote common brotherhood of all People in India and renounce practices derogatory to the dignity of women.
  • To value and preserve the rich heritage of the nation’s composite character.
  • To protect and improve the national environment and have compassion for living creatures.
  • To develop scientific temper, humanism and spirit of inquiry.
  • To safeguard public property and adjure violence.
  • To strive for excellence in all spheres of individual and collective activity.

C. General

  • Students must be regular and punctual in attendance.
  • Irregular attendance, unjustified or unexplained absence, habitual late coming, disobedience, persistent disruption in class or objectionable behaviour of any kind may result in the removal of a student from the school’s rolls.
  • No leave will be granted during the term, except under special circumstances or written request from parents.
  • Absentees on rejoining must produce a letter from their parents or guardians explaining the cause of absence.
  • The Principal’s prior permission for leave of absence from school is essential. Absence without proper reason/prior permission will be penalized @ Rs. 10 per day of such absence.
  • Students should bring their Almanac (diary) to school everyday.
  • Parents must read and sign the diary of their ward daily.
  • Parents should contact the school authorities whenever required.
  • They are expected to attend all the Parent-Teacher Meetings and remain in touch with the teachers in order to discuss the progress of their child.
  • Parents are requested to reply to school letters, circulars etc. as soon as possible. The school solicits the cooperation of parents in this regard. Parents are requested to contact the Principal regarding any problem, the children bring to their notice.
  • Parents may write positive, progressive and useful suggestions to the school through the child’s diary.

Our School Timings

We do not believe that we can achieve the desired results in the 08:00 am – 2:00 pm schedule that we have always been following. With a view to provide sufficient time to academics, sports and extra curricular activities, the schools will follow a revised schedule with effect from 01/04/2015 as under :-

Winter (Summer (1st April to 15th November))
Classes Playgroup, Nursery & K.G.09:00 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.
Class I to III09:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Class IV  to XII08:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Winter (16th November to 31st March)
Classes Playgroup, Nursery & K.G.09:30 a.m. to 01:15 p.m.
Class I to III09:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Class IV  to XII08:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Visiting Hours

To meet the teachers of
Classes Playgroup, Nursery & K.G
PTM Or on Saturday (with prior intimation)
Class I onwardsPTM Or with prior appointment.
To meet the Principal/Director11.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. on working days with prior appointment.


Our Uniform

One of the basic philosophies of this School is our emphasis on total equality amongst our students. This is very important in promoting a sense of community and togetherness and eliminates any financial distinction between the children.

Equality is practiced in many ways – the same food eaten by all boarders (including the staff), the same uniform, the same living conditions, the same text books and note books, the same equipment and facilities for games and hobbies, the same discipline and so on.

This is why we are careful not to permit any signs of affluence amongst students and do not allow Mobile phones, laptops, digital tablets and any other expensive item on campus. We are sure no one cant fault this policy and parents are therefore requested to ensure that their child is not allowed to carry to School any items of value.

Our House System

In a day cum residential public school, the House System has a special relevance. Not only is each house an autonomous unit under the care of tutors who act as House Wardens, it is a structured community that helps to develop a spirit of loyalty, responsibility, leadership and healthy competition among students.


The students are guided, encouraged and enriched for competitions best suited to their aptitudes by able and responsible house master/mistresses and teachers. House Captains and all other Student Officials in MAMS are students who have poise, confidence and the ability to take initiative. Their views are encouraged and they are given authority and esponsibility.

The school is divided into four houses, which compete on the sports field and in a wide variety of other disciplines such as dance, music, debating, quizzing, and dramatics, amongst others. Every student on admission is placed in one of these houses randomly. Each house is headed by one boy and one girl known as House Captains, and by House Prefects.


The four houses are named after various mountain ranges found in India each having a different symbol (most commonly found Animal in that range), colour and motto. 



1. Aravali House      (Energy. Power. Motivation)
2. Nilgiri House      (Green Growth. Balance. Harmony)
3. Shivalik House     (Sky Blue Integrity. Peace. Sincerity)
4. Vindhya House     ( Yellow Love. Joy. Wisdom)


Class on Duty for Assembly

There will be daily morning assembly from Monday to Saturday.
Assemblies will be presented house wise and class wise with each class responsible for entire assembly, rotation wise.

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