Guidelines and Regulations
Guidelines and Regulations
“Discipline and Virtue” are the hallmarks of every Roeverian. We expect that the students, entrusted to our care, will conduct them to the satisfaction of all concerned and leave the School after a successful career as God-fearing youth useful to themselves, their parents and for the Society. Roever students show respect and deference to the school authorities and to the members of the staff at all times. The students’ behavior is courteous and gentlemanly at all times and in all places, both inside and outside the school campus. Roever Students are always punctual and they keep the classrooms and school premises clean. They take care of the school property.
Coming late to school/class is considered as a serious offence. Damage done to the buildings, furniture, library books, sports goods etc, must be compensated. The School authorities reserve the right to take appropriate disciplinary action, even to the level of dismissal, against any student whose conduct is determined to the moral tone, discipline and educative atmosphere of the school. Students desirous of participating in any Co-Curricular or Extra Curricular activities outside the school, shall produce a letter from the parent/guardian requesting permission of the principal. They may participate in such events only with the explicit permission of the principal. Students are not permitted to leave the campus without the permission of the principal. Without the written permission of the principal students are not allowed to organize or attend any meeting in the school campus or to collect funds for any purpose. Students should keep only the books pertaining to their curriculum in their school bags and desks.
Students are not permitted to posses and use electronic goods of any kind, gold ornaments and other gadgets which are not learning friendly. Guidelines and regulations are made only to protect the common interest of the student community. If they are violated, it would affect the entire school community. Hence the use of these goods in the school is prohibited for the welfare of the entire students and to focus more on academics.
A lot of our precious time and energy might be wasted in solving problems related to ‘Discipline’. Instead of wasting time and energy on these problems, we would like every student to make use of the same for positive and productive activities which will benefit the entire school community. In spite of all our efforts, due to unavoidable, unforeseen circumstances, if any untoward “incident” happen among the students, the management is not responsible.
The behavior and decorum of Roever students outside the school campus is even more important than when they are inside. Hence we insist the following: