Code of Conduct


Delhi World Public Schools ensure that, at all times, there is an atmosphere and ethos that supports and encourages learning, based on respect for the individual.

  • Students are responsible for their personal conduct and for contributing to a positive school environment by maintaining order, self-discipline and consideration for the rights and property of others.

Students Rights

Individual needs of the student within the limitations of the school.

  • Physical safety and protection of their property, including the right to reasonable school facilities.
  • Appropriate dialogue with teachers, counselors, administrators and other school personnel.
  • Protection from discrimination and harassment.

Students Rights Students Responsibilities

Each student has the responsibilities to:

  • Respect the rights of others.
  • Maintain neat and clean personal clothing and hygiene.
  • Respect the property of others, including keeping all books, facilities and materials used in the school in good condition.
  • Refrain from fighting, disruptive behaviour, acting in such a manner as to cause injury to others, using threats or intimidation against others, theft, or any other unlawful activity.
  • Be prompt to school and classes.
  • Refrain from inappropriate classroom behaviour.
  • Learn to preserve and protect the environment in school.

Refrain from possession, use or transmission of any alcoholic beverage, tobacco product or drugs.

Work Ethics

  • To be regular, up-to-date with work done daily in class.
  • Class work and home work to be diligently completed & handed in on time for correction.
  • Preparation for tests, assignments, examinations, competitions to be well-planned and organized.
  • Notebooks must be neat and orderly. No unnecessary scribbling etc.
  • Staying back beyond school hours require the requisite permission from parents, concerned teacher and supervisor.
  • Change of residence, phone numbers to be intimated to school authorities immediately (School Register / Class Teacher / Admin Officer).
  • Letter from parent when absent (short / long).

During Examinations

  • Sit quietly at specific desk, read quietly, prepare for exam.
  • All bags, books etc to be left outside classroom in a neat line.
  • No unfair means to be resorted to. No marks will be awarded if unfair means is used.
  • Be prepared with own set of pens, pencils, geometry boxes etc, no borrowing / lending permitted.
  • Any doubt in question paper or otherwise to be cleared with invigilator on duty.
  • Talking to another student strictly not permitted.

In the Auditorium

  • Disciplined behaviour at all times.
  • Move in neat lines from classrooms to auditorium.
  • No talking during presentations/address by guest speakers/when the compare speaks.
  • Disciplined, quick, orderly dispersal at the end.
  • Co-operation and courtesy to be shown to all.

In Washrooms

  • Turn off taps, when not in use. Always use water economically.
  • Leave the washroom clean as a courtesy to the next student.
  • Dispose of litter in the bins provided.
  • Do not scribble on doors, walls etc.
  • Do not waste time standing in groups, talking. Be mindful of others who need to use the facilities.

In Library

  • Food and drinks are not permitted in the library.
  • The general expectation is that all activities in the library will be conducted in a quiet manner to avoid disturbing other library users.
  • Furniture is placed for safety and maximum use of space. Do not move the furniture, including chairs in the conference rooms or computer lab.
  • Users are required to use library equipment for designated purposes only.

Behaviour Expectations


  • To be worn smartly and neatly – well washed and ironed.
  • Socks shin length, shoes well-polished.
  • Hair neatly trimmed or neatly tied.
  • No tiny rings or studs in ears for girls. No multiple earrings. No nose and finger rings.
  • No nail polish.

Some unacceptable behaviour choices

  • Class work/ Homework/ project not completed or submitted on time.
  • Text books / notebooks not brought as required.
  • Constant distraction or lack of concentration.
  • Chewing gum.
  • Bullying/Fighting/Swearing/Bunking classes or school.
  • Absence without leave note.
  • Fee defaulters.
  • Disobedience/ Misbehaviour.
  • Bringing unwanted literature/ equipment CDs / mobile phones to school.
  • Untidy turnout.
  • Bringing valuables and large amount of cash.


1 Verbal Warning
2 Note in student’s Diary by the Class Teacher and countersigned by Parents.
3 Parent / Teacher / Counselor / Student meeting with Coordinator / HM/ VP
4 Parents and Student apprised of consequences.
5 Report to Principal for action. Suspension for a day/ Issuance of Yellow Card.
6 Suspension for three days.
7 Expulsion