All students who enter the St. Xavier's Campus are expected to keep the sanctity
of the campus, where a healthy atmosphere is maintained for the proper growth of
- Conduct of any student that is contrary to the discipline or injurious to the reputation
of the school or the right of others will result in expulsion of that student from
- Students should take pride in keeping the school premises clean. Great care must
be taken not to litter the campus with lunch scraps, fruit peel, scrap paper, toffee
wrappers, polythene bags, etc. They should use the bins specially provided for the
- In order to have a good standard of English, English must be spoken at all times
within the school campus. As a further opportunity for practice reading magazines
and books written in good English is encouraged.
- Care must be shown for school property. Therefore, the students must not scratch
or deface the desks, write on the walls or in any way damage what belongs to others
and which are for common. Damage done or noticed should be reported at once to the
office or to the authorities. A student who causes damage to any of the school property
will have to pay the prescribed fine along with its cost of repair or purchase of
a new one. Even if it is caused by accident, damages have to be made good.
- When students move along the corridors or when they go up or come down the stairs,
when changing class or during the recess, they must walk in perfect silence and
in single file. They should always keep to the left except when several classes
are moving along the corridors or are going up or coming down the stairs.
- No student is allowed to remain in the classroom or in the corridors during recess
or P.T. periods. Once on the ground, nobody may return to the classroom without
special permission of the Vice-principal or the teacher in-charge. He/she should
be accompanied by the Monitor.
- Books - other than text or library books magazine or paper, or any other object
which are liable to prove a source of disturbance for the smooth running of the
school such as transistors, cameras, mobiles, iPods, etc should not be brought to
school without the prior permission of the principal or the vice principal. Such
items brought to the school will be confiscated and disciplinary action will be
taken and heavy fine will be imposed.
- Money should not be lent or borrowed or articles exchanged. The school is not responsible
for the goods or money lost. It is not advisable to bring valuables like gold ornaments,
expensive watches or fountain pens, etc. to school.
- Wearing of ornaments/jewellery by girls or any student, or wearing wrist bands is
not permitted in the school.
- Use of tobacco/drugs, gutka, panparag or any other harmful items is strictly prohibited
in the school.
- Cycles must be kept locked in the cycle shed and never left standing about the grounds
or veranda. On their way to and from school, students must behave decently. Riding
bicycle inside the campus is strictly prohibited.
- Students must remember that the school is judged by their conduct. Any reported
or observed objectionable conduct out of school on the part of the students shall
be liable for disciplinary action.
- Use of abusive language, insulting other students or bullying, engaging in physical
fights, bringing crackers or any sort of harmful material to school campus is not
tolerated and will cause immediate suspension and in serious matters dismissal of
the students involved both directly or indirectly.
- St. Xavier's keeps zero tolerance for any sort of sexual abuse or bullying. A Lady
teacher is specially assigned as in charge of girls. The school also has a committee
assigned to deal with such special cases.
- Students must attend physical education, games and other activities - especially
academic and cultural - outside school hours when required to do so. Participation
on such occasions will be deemed compulsory by school authorities since such co-curricular
activities play an important part in the student's all round education and development.
Our students are not to join outside clubs without the Principal's permission. Their
school has first claim on them.
- Any student who is persistently insubordinate or is repeatedly or wilfully mischievous,
or is guilty of malpractice in connection with examination, or commits an act of
serious indiscipline, and/or misbehave or who in the opinion of the Head of the
school has an unwholesome influence on his/her fellow students or whose diligence
or progress in studies is steadily unsatisfactory, or whose guardians show little
interest in the progress of their wards, may be removed from the school permanently,
or for a specified period according to the discretion of the Principal.
- Any disciplinary action taken by the Principal or any other school authority by
according punishment to a faulty student in view of any act of indiscipline or violation
of rules committed by such student will be deemed to be a Disciplinary Action only
and would not amount to any offence envisaged under the Indian Penal Code or any
other statutory 'ACT' and therefore not liable to be complained or challenged of
before any 'Statutory Authority' or 'Courts' by such student-parent.
However such student himself or their parent if being aggrieved by any disciplinary
action taken against them may prefer an appeal against such disciplinary action
which shall be heard by the Secretary of the school. The final decision taken in
the appeal shall not be liable to be further challenged before any other statutory
Any student or their parent if by not preferring such appeal as aforesaid or against
the order of appeal preferred, chooses to go before any other statutory forum outside
School body, then such action taken by the student parent shall be deemed to be
a deliberate attempt on the part of such faulty student parent to run down the school's
prestige and reputation and an attempt of harassing the school authorities thereby
attracting immediate expulsion from the school with no option for readmission.