Students should take good care of their health and keep themselves robust and strong.
They should always be friendly to others in and out of the school.
They should avoid vulgarity in talk and behaviour.
They should accept whatever work is assigned to them as their rightful share and should face difficulties courageously.
They should always be ready to lend a helping hand at home to their parents, brothers and sisters; in school to teachers and companions and any unattended visitor whom they happen to meet in the school premises.
Students should never cheat or be unfair at play and should be truthful, whatever be the cost.
They should rise when any teacher or visitor comes to talk to them.
Never be cruel, for cruelty is the trait of a bully while kindness is the mark of a gentleman.
Respect the beauty of the classroom and of the school premises and report any damage you may observe.
Students should never hesitate to say 'NO' when asked or tempted to do a thing which they feel/know to be wrong.
Instead of lamenting and grumbling over the evils of the world, they should try to contribute their share in making it a better place to live in.
They should look upon people from all parts of the world, as their brothers, irrespective of their caste, colour and creed.
They should not waste their time in idle gossip. Students should take pride in wearing their school uniform.