Hostel is supposed to be a second home for a child. We have separate hostels for Boys & Girls in separate compounds. We have a Junior Boys’ Hostel & a Senior Boys’ Hostel at Sarainandan & Bhrahmanand respectively and a Girls’ Hostel at the banks of Holy River Ganga, Samneghat Campus. A well-balanced & hygienic diet is provided to the children. The mess menu is revised as per the expert opinion of a dietician. The mess is run by a trained catering staff and monitored by qualified nutritionists. Appropriate and alert security measures are in place for the safety of the children. Our health division takes care of child’s health. Our main motive is to create an atmosphere of HOME AWAY FROM HOME.

Rules for Hostels


1. A student once admitted in the hostel continues to be a hosteller inmate throughout the year. He has to pay the hostel fee for the full academic session.
2. Hostellers will follow the daily routine of the hostel and school unless exempted on medical grounds or recommendations of hostel warden.
3. Hostellers are not allowed to stay in the rooms during school hours/games/activity/study periods and not to take a day scholar friend to the hostel premises.
4. Results of school test and examinations will be sent to the parents through the hostel warden after every exam along with warden’s report on the students’, conduct and deportment.
5. Students will be personally/collectively responsible for their actions. The following will constitute an act of indiscipline.
      Disregard of rules and regulations, instructions, notices of the hostel in school.
      Persistent negligence of studies.
      Failure to adhere to dress code.
      Damaging school/hostel property, scribbling graffiti on the walls, usage of foul language, unruly behaviour or any other form of vandalism like tampering with safety norms, equipment, books and reading material etc.
      Use of cars, bikes, scooters, etc.
      Using unfair means in examination or stealing.
      Keeping objectionable material like knives etc.
6. Student must submit their mobile phones to the warden as soon as they report to the hostel. Multimedia and camera phones are not allowed. A fine of Rs. 2000 will be imposed on defaulters and the mobile phones will be confiscated.
7. Students must label all their belongings/items to be used by them in the hostel.
8. Students must not keep valuables/cash in their rooms. Hostellers will not be allowed to keep more than Rs. 500 or any valuables in their possession.
9. Electrical gadgets like heater, kettle, iron, or any other such appliance will not be allowed in the hostel.
10. Any hosteller falling sick will report to the Warden.
11. Emergency cases will report immediately escorted by the hostel warden. If a student returns after any illness, he/she should bring a fitness certificate, get it signed by the school doctor and show it to the warden before rejoining the hostel.
12. Hostellers will not be allowed to keep and take medicines /tonics without the knowledge of Hostel Warden/Medical Officer.
13. It is student’s responsibility to keep his/her cupboard/room/surroundings tidy and clean. Surprise checks will be made by the hostel warden.
14. Hostellers are not allowed to keep / take any medicine or tonic without the knowledge of Hostel Warden/ Medical Officer.
15. Parents must strictly adhere to the holiday schedule prescribed by the school for taking their children home and bringing them back to the hostel a day before the school the re-opens. They should not press the school authorities for grant of leave from hostel except in emergency cases.
16. Parents and local guardians may visit their wards only on weekends and public holidays.
17. Visitors are not allowed to visit the hostel/dorms. They will meet their wards in the visitor’s room.
18. Parents or local guardians can contact their wards over the school Telephone or Warden’s phone between also between 9:00 a.m to 11:00 a.m and 5:00 p.m to 7:00 p.m on holidays.
19. Entry after weekend outings will be before 9 p.m on Sunday. No student will be allowed to enter the hostel after 9 p.m under any circumstance even while returning from term breaks. If the train and plane timings are after 9 p.m they will go to their local guardians who will then drop them at school the next day before the school begins.
20. All electrical/carpentry/plumbing complaints should be written in the complaint register available in the common room/ reception.
21. The support staff in the school / hostel helps and makes our stay comfortable. All students must cooperate with them in the act of discharging their duties.

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