School Rules

  • Every student should carry the School Almanac to the school daily.
  • Students should come to school neatly dressed in proper school uniform. The school uniform is to be worn on all working days.
  • Students need to ensure that their nails are trimmed regularly.
  • Non-Sikh boys should get their hair cut done at regular intervals and Sikh boys should use black turban only.
  • Students are not allowed to wear any sort of expensive jewellery or carry any expensive articles viz : pen, pencil, pencil box, water-bottle, wrist watches, etc. School will not be responsible in-case of any loss or damage.
  • Students must take care of the school property and no student should scratch or spoil the desk or chairs or damage any furniture; write or draw anything on the walls or damage the belongings of others.
  • Students are not allowed to use the office telephone without prior permission of the office incharge.
  • Students are forbidden to practice any borrowing or lending.
  • The school reserves the right to suspend / expel students whose conduct is harmful to other students or the school.
  • The school discourages private tuitions for the pupils and specially from the school teachers. In case it is absolutely essential, please contact the principal.
  • While at school student must exercise a lot of self-discipline.
  • School’s decision for the section allotment stands final. Request for a change in section will NOT be entertained.
  • Please keep your school tidy at all times and respect work which is on display.
  • Parents are also bound by the rules and regulations laid down in the almanac.
  • The parents need to be punctual and are expected to follow the PTM time slot provided. Parents are requested to keep their mobiles switched off during the meeting.
  • Students are advised to make use of dustbins provided for throwing waste etc. They are expected to keep the campus neat and clean.
  • All books and notebooks must be properly covered with brown paper and need to be kept neat and tidy until the end of the session.
  • The school advocates environment-friendly actions. The use of poly bags is therefore strictly prohibited.
  • Parents/Guardians are not permitted to take back their wards during school hours unless there is an emergency. In such cases, the permission of the principal is mandatory; no half-day leave will be granted, especially on the days when assessment is being conducted.
  • The medium of conversation in the school premises should only be in English.

 No Mobile Policy

A real focus for us as a school has been to ensure the very best climate for learning so that students are fully prepared for the lessons and eliminate distractions. Students of Brilliant Public School are not allowed to carry or use cell phones within the school.

To ensure that the policy is clear, we update our school website to reflect how the policy will be implemented.

  • If a student is found to be in possession or use of a cell phone in the school, the cell phone will be confiscated, the student will be subjected to one day in school suspension. The parents will be called along with an apology letter in the school’s office, by the end of the day to collect the cellphone.
  • In case the child repeats the mistake for the second time, in such case the student will be subjected to a week’s suspension along with a heavy penalty fee. The phone will then be kept in the school and will be returned, only before the Final Term.

Our goal is to create a safe environment, conducive to learning and free of all distractions that hinder the learning process.

 Withdrawals & Transfer Certificate

  1. For getting Transfer Certificate, Character Certificate, etc., the parent has to apply in writing.
  2. On receipt of approval from the Principal, Transfer Certificate will be issued, and parents can collect the T.C. of their ward(s) after 10 Days of the submission of the application.
  3. Transfer Certificate will not be issued under the following circumstances
    • The parent/guardian has failed to submit the Transfer Certificate from the previous school where the child has studied.
    • Failed to submit the Birth Certificate of the ward from Municipal Corporation of the area or registration of Birth & Death.
    • The dues pertaining to the school have not been paid.
  4. Student may be asked to leave the school on the following grounds.
    • Non-payment of School Dues.
    • Parents repeatedly not meeting the teacher in the school when called.
    • Using unfair means in any examination or attempting to influence any teacher.
    • Consistent unsatisfactory progress in studies.
    • Conduct harmful to others.
    • Any two detentions.
  5. Normally the application for withdrawal should reach us by 20th March of the current session.
  6. Parents/Guardian, who apply for T.C. after the annual result declaration, will be required to pay the 1st Instalment of Tuition Fee.
  7. However, transfer cases of Government employees, army personnel, and any other emergency cases will be considered on merit by the principal.