WITHDRAWAL OF STUDENTS
The boys may be withdrawn from the school on the following
If a boy becomes medically unfit and is likely to been fit for
entry into NDA, he is to be withdrawn from the school. However, he maybe
permitted to continue his studies on payment of full fee from the date he is
found medically unfit, provided he does not constitute a health hazard to other
WITHDRAWAL DUE TO
NON-PAYMENT OF FEE
Repeated defaulters who do not pay fee regularly may be
withdrawn from the school. The parents will be required to clear the dues and
also to refund any amount that might have been sanctioned as scholarship by the
Government in such cases.
WITHDRAWAL ON PARENT'S
Boys are accepted for admission with the understanding that
they will remain in the school for the entire course. Should they, however, be
withdrawn due to personal reasons, parents will have to pay the fees in
accordance with the school rules. Notice of withdrawal must be given in writing
to the Principal two months before the commencement of the following term.
Failure to give notice will entail forfeiture of caution money. Parents of boys
who are in receipt of scholarship can withdraw them only on repayment of entire
scholarship amount received by them as per bond executed.
The Principal can without assigning any reason asks a
parent/Guardian to withdraw his ward from the school if he considers the boys
conduct, behaviour or influence is in any way detrimental to the interest of
the school. In such cases, the entire amount of scholarship has to be returned
by the parent.
WITHDRAWAL ON POOR
The boys who fail in the Annual Examination will be withdrawn
from the school except in Classes VI, VII and VIII when one year detention
during orientation period may be permitted. Detention is, however, not
permitted to students belonging to the states of Arunachal Pradesh and Tripura
as they are given the advantage of age group at the time of admission (Refer to
para 49 and 50 of this Prospectus).