Students are required to report to school always in the prescribed uniform. Parents are requested to go through the details of the uniform as given below. Strict adherence to the following specifications is expected from the pupils. Pupils must come to school in neat and well pressed school uniforms. Those coming in crumpled or stained uniforms or unpolished shoes are liable to be sent back home or fined.

Trousers must be according to the school pattern. Long hair is to be tied up with black hair bands.
Boys are not to wear coloured vests. No fancy earrings, bangles, or finger rings, to be worn
Boys to wear school colour shorts/half Trousers up to and inclusive of class V. Trousers are compulsory from Class VI onwards. Growing of nails and using of nail polish is forbidden.
Patka- Navy Blue (For Sikh boys) Girls must wear cycling shorts in summer and tights in winter (not stockings).
  Carrying cosmetics, is not permitted


T-Shirt: House Colour, half Sleeved, Trousers/Skirt :White, Shoes: White, School Belt


Points to be noted
  1. Pupils with unkempt hair would be prevented from attending school.
  2. Long sleeved shirts are not allowed except in winter.
  3. Wind cheaters and jackets to be allowed only for travel and not within the school premises.
  4. Shoes must be black, leather. Boys are to wear shoes with laces. Slip-ons are not allowed.
  5. The school belt is an essential part of the school uniform.
  6. Students must wear their respective house badges and parliament badges.
  7. Every student must carry his/her identity card to school every day and wear it on his / her person.
  8. Casuals will not be allowed on any occasion unless permitted by the school, since it disturbs the required discipline of the school.
  9. Students of classes VI- XII are not allowed to wear casuals to school on their birthdays
  10. No student from class VI onwards shall be allowed to enter school premises in casuals even if he/she is coming for extra classes / remedial classes / or any other purpose.