Admissions open for session 2019-20 FROM 13TH SEPTEMBER, 2018

Disciplinary Measures

The disciplinary measures mentioned below and depending on the nature of the offence may be adopted by the school in dealing with students who violate the school norms of conduct.

  1. Oral warning & counselling
  2. Written warning
  3. Detention after school hours
  4. Suspension
  5. Expulsion
  • Students misbehaving in the school bus are liable to be denied the use of the school bus.
  • In all the disciplinary matters the decision of the school authorities is final and binding.

School rules

  1. Every student should carry his/her Almanac to school, everyday.
  2. Students should report to school 10 minutes before the classes begin.
  3. Moving from one classroom to another should be done in silence and in an orderly manner.
  4. Except those of the Sikh community, all boys’ hair should be trimmed and well groomed. Girls should tie their hair in two neat plaits.
  5. Forming groups or running in the school corridors is strictly forbidden.
  6. Students are expected to take care of all school property. Desks / Chairs should not be damaged or scratched and graffiti on the walls will result in severe disciplinary action against the concerned students.
  7. Students are not allowed to carry any sharp instrument or article that can cause damage to the property or harm to other students.
  8. They should not bring any books other than text and library books, to school. However, if the need arises to do so, the Principal/Teacher’s permission is to be sought.
  9. Students who come to and leave school in the care of an attendant/servant should not leave the school premises before the attendant/servant arrives. In case of delay, they should report to the school office.
  10. No student will be allowed to enter the school once the school gates are closed.
  11. Students should be polite and well mannered at all times and maintain the image and reputation of the school.
  12. Bullying and the use of foul language is strictly prohibited and is a punishable offence.
  13. Exploding of crackers or splashing of colour during Diwali/Holi or any other occasion in the school premises or in the school buses is strictly forbidden. Strict action will be taken against students who do not comply with this instruction.
  14. Students should feel privileged to attend functions celebrated in school. Causes other than serious medical grounds will not be accepted, for a student's absence from school functions.
  15. Students are requested not to furnish any information regarding the school to any stranger or a visitor. Please ask them to make inquiries from the school office.
  16. The school has the right to terminate the schooling of any student with unsatisfactory progress in studies or whose conduct is a bad example for others, or if he/she is too old for the class.
  17. Students are required to attend all functions/ special classes or coaching classes/Saturday classes in proper School Uniform. Wearing of coloured clothes is strictly prohibited.
    An authorization letter along with attested signature must be sent with the person collecting the report card on behalf of the parents in case they are unable to come.
  18. Children must come in their school uniform if they are accompanying the parents to school for any occasion, specially during PTM’s and all other occasions eg. birthdays etc.
  19. Indulgence in social media networking as in Facebook / Whatsapp is strictly forbidden.
  20. Attendance on the first and last days after and before any vacation is compulsory.

School uniform

  1. As long as a student is on the school rolls he/she must attend school in uniform. This includes days when practical or extra classes are being conducted.
  2. On an open house day every student is to come to school in uniform.
  3. Uniforms should be neat and clean.
  4. No shoes other than the ones decided by the DPS Howrah authorities to be worn by the students.
  5. Uniforms should be ironed well.
Summer Uniform List
Class Boys Girls
Nursery-KG-II Check Shirt
Half Pant
Shoes (Bata Spark) (Optional)
(colours as prescribed by the school)
Check Shirt & Skirt
Shoes (Bata Spark) (Optional)
(colours as prescribed by the school)
Class I-X White Half Sleeve Shirt
Half Pant (Till Class V)
Trousers (Class VI onwards)
House T-Shirt (Class II onwards)
House Cap (Class II onwards)
Track Pant (Class II onwards)
Green Belt
White Socks with Green Border
Shoes (Bata Spark) (Optional)
Tie Knotted (Class I, II & III)
Tie Ready (Class IV & above)
Tie Pin (Class IV & above)
White Half Sleeve Shirt
Plain Skirt (Till Class V)
Trouser (Class VI onwards)
House T-Shirt (Class II onwards)
House Cap (Class II onwards)
Track Pant (Class II onwards)
Green Belt
White Socks with Green Border
Shoes (Bata Spark)
Tie Knotted (Class I, II & III)
Tie Ready (Class IV & above)
Tie Pin (Class IV & above)
Winter Uniform
Class Boys Girls
Nursery –KG-I & KG -II Same as Summer Uniform
Sweater (As per Uniform colour)
(Sleeveless / Full Sleeve)
Cap (As per Uniform Colour)
Acrowool Socks
Same as Summer Uniform
Sweater (As per Uniform colour)
(Sleeveless / Full Sleeve)
Scarf (As per Uniform Colour)
Acrowool Socks
Class I-X Full Sleeve Shirt
Grey Trousers
Green Sweater with Monogram
(Sleeveless/Full sleeve)
Full Sleeve Shirt
Grey Plain Skirt (Class I-V)
Grey Trouser (Class VI & above)
Green Sweater with Monogram
(Sleeveless/Full sleeve)
Tie Ready (Class IV & above)
Tie Pin (Class IV & above)

The House System and its objective

To inculcate a sense of loyalty, team spirit and healthy competition, students are divided into four Houses:

House Name Motto
Shishir Green “WORK IS WORSHIP”

Each house is headed by a House mentor, assisted by House Captains and Prefects. Every student is allotted a House. Several competitions are conducted on an Inter-House basis.

The House system is devised to promote team spirit and a sense of belonging to the school. This system provides excellent opportunities for student leadership and peer group support, aided by the dedicated staff members, and house captains. It is a remarkable medium for enabling students of different ages to bond together and operate as a cohesive family.

The house system helps in developing the cultural and athletic side of school life along with the purely scholastic aspect. It brings about an all round development of the child.

Code of conduct

We have set high, clear and fair behavioural standards for our community of learners. The Code of Conduct will apply at all times while students are on or off school property. In order to realize opportunities for academic and personal growth, it is essential that every member of the school practices:

  • Honesty: Be free of deceit and dishonesty and use integrity when completing work or sharing ideas.
  • Courtesy: Respect the parents and teachers of the school during and after school hours.
  • Good Behaviour: Look upon people from all parts of the world and all walks of life as their brethren irrespective of their caste, colour and creed.
  • Compassion: Be ready to help those in need whether they are friends or relatives.
    Lend a hand to a faltering friend.
  • Responsibility: Be conscious of personal health and hygiene.
    Be brave and admit your shortcomings.
    Be courageous and face the consequences of your wrong activities bravely.
  • Perseverance: Be diligent with the inner strength and determination to pursue goals.
  • Self-discipline: Respect and look after the school premises and report to the teacher/administration for any damage that may occur.
    Be neat and clean and take care of their belongings.
    Be polite and courteous to one another, and everyone they come in
    contact with thereby upholding the name of DPS Howrah.
    Take pride in wearing a neat and clean uniform. It is mandatory that the dipsites be smartly turned out.
    Not to litter the school campus.
    Not to be seen walking around the school building during class hours
    without permission.
    Students should not waste their time in idle gossip.
  • Sharing: Respond positively to others by sharing talents and service with them.
  • Being Eco Friendly: Help in the “Green Movement” i.e. plant trees, save electricity, do no waste paper, conserve water, say ‘no’ to plastic, etc.
    Do not leave your carbon footprints behind. Think of the 3 R’s i.e. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.
  • Above All: Be proud of your Alma Mater.

Appointment of Student Council

A member is selected for nomination on the basis of:

  • Exemplary conduct
  • Willingness to undergo training and serve to become a role model for other students.
  • Excellence in academics
  • Leadership qualities
  • Participation in co-curricular activities
  • Abiding by the School Vision SACH

Members are expected to uphold the School rules and discipline in every detail.