Students of St. Xavier Inter College contribute to the high tone of the College by their manners and general behaviour, their hard works to get good education. Importance is given to both the languages English and Hindi. Special attention is given to excel in English as the School follows the English Medium. Students should always speak in English in the College premises and maintain high standard in their conversation. Penalty may be imposed if the student is found speaking in Hindi.

  • Irregular attendance at College, habitual laziness, disobedience, objectionable moral influence and intentional discourtesy or disrespect to teachers, is a sufficient cause for dismissal.
  • Any student who is found to have done damage of any kind in the class-room or any where in the premises of the College has to make good the damage done. Further, the student will be dismissed from school, if he is found destructive in nature.
  • The Students should be particularly careful to avoid throwing remnants of food, papers etc., any where in the College premises except in the dustbins provided for the purpose.
  • No fine of any kind or collections for any purpose what so ever, or sale may be made without the Principal’s previous sanction.
  • Things like Newspapers, Periodicals and Unwanted Books, Radio, Mobile should not be brought to the College premises. Students found with such things in their possession or seen lending them to others are liable to be expelled from the College.
  • When students are moving along the corridors or up and down the stairs, should walk in silence. They should “Keep to the left”.
  • Running, playing or shouting inside the College building is not allowed.
  • No student is allowed to remain in the class room during recess time or when the class is out for some other activity unless special permission is granted.
  • Pupils must attend physical education, games, and other activities outside College hours when required to do so. Participation on such occasions will be deemed compulsory by the College authorities since games andathletics play an important part in the students’ all round development.
  • Pupils who expect to return late to their homes are responsible for informing their parents about it in advance.
  • Pupils are answerable to the College Authorities for their conduct both in and outside the College. Hence misbehaviour of any kind in the streets and other public places justifies their dismissal.
  • The College is not responsible for the loss of books, pens, money etc. Each student is responsible for his/her things.They are not permitted to bring valuable articles like expensive watches or fountain pens, to College.
  • No meeting, demonstration party or picnic may be held by the students without the previous sanction of the Principal.
  • Every student must possess a copy of the College Diary and must bring it to the class on all College days.
  • On the Second Saturday of the normal working month an hour or two can be kept aside for the parents to meet the teachers. Teachers will not be available on any other day. Students alongwith their parents / guardians must attend the Parent-Teacher Meeting without any fail to enable the parents and guardians to know the progress of their students during the Academic Year.
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