IMIS Solapur


Guideline One

Parents/Guardians are required to notify the School of any change in address and telephone numbers.

Guideline Two

Parents and guardians are not allowed to see their children or meet teachers during school hours. However due to unforeseen circumstances or sudden illness parents should take prior permission from the responsible school authorities.

Guideline Three

If a student gets injured during school hours, the school will make every effort to contact the parent first. However, in case this is not possible, the school authorities will take the necessary remedial measures.

Guideline Four

Irregular attendance , unjustified or unexplained absence, habitual late coming, disobedience or objectionable behaviour of any kind may result in the removal of the student from the school.

Guideline Five

School property, willfully damaged or destroyed will have to be made good. In addition a heavy fine may also be imposed.

Guideline Six

No student should ever leave the school premises before the final school bell without a gate pass or prior permission. Any default will be seriously viewed and severe disciplinary action will be taken.

NOTE:- The Principal, guided by the common code of justice and fair play, may exercise his/her discretionary powers for changing any of the conditions mentioned above, in exceptional cases.


1. Parents are requested to see that their sons/daughters are regular and punctual in attendance at school/college.
2. In the event of absence for a day or two, they are required to write a letter to the principal on the sons/daughters return to school, explaining the reason for the absence.
3. If the duration of absence is to be more than two days, a letter should be sent at once, supported by a medical certificate in case of sickness.
4. Attending weddings and other functions, out of station during School time breaks into routine and School discipline. Parents are asked most earnestly not to take their son/daughter with them to attend these functions.

Management of Covid-19 in Children
by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare