Misconduct

The following may be interpreted as gross misconduct and may result in a boy’s dismissal from the
College.
(a) Truancy either from Assembly or from class.
(b) Habitual late coming.
(c) Being incorrectly dressed.
(d) Shortage of attendance.
(e) Indifference towards studies.
(f) Rudeness to ANY member of the College community.
(g) Insubordination towards the College authorities.
(h) Failure to participate in the co-curricular programme of the College held during School hours
(eg. P.T., debates, elocution, dramatics, essay, competitions, quizzes etc.)
(i) Driving a motorized vehicle on the College campus.
(j) The meeting of friends who are outsiders or even ex-students on the College campus.
(k) Smoking or chewing of addictive substances.
(l) Drinking.
(m) Stealing.
(n) Spitting or writing on the walls.
(o) Acts of violence or abuse.
(p) Bullying
(q) Sexually inappropriate behaviour
(r) Reading or purveying of obscene material.
(s) Vandalism or wilful destruction of College property.
(t) Bringing or using mobile telephones to the College.
(u) Misuse of the internet/cyber bullying.
The College has established mechanisms to deal with reports of bullying and/or sexual harassment on the
government/Court guidelines currently in existence.