The motto of the School is “Knowledge and Integrity.”
Vivekites see themselves as :

  • Hardworking, setting high goals and standards.
  • Academically confident.
  • Persistent in their efforts to reach their personal goals.
  • Socially co-operative.
  • Able to accept and meet personal responsibilities.

We take pride in these conditions:
a)  Never knowingly injure anyone’s feelings, person or property in any manner.

b)   Never to make fun of the old, the poor, the less fortunate and the handicapped.

c)   Always, to respect the religious beliefs of others.

d)   Accept victory or defeat sportingly.

e)   To value courage and endurance, to play fairly and courteously.

f)   To be careful of personal cleanliness and to avoid vulgarity in talk and behaviour.

g)   To offer help to any unattended visitor whom we may meet on the school premises.

h)   To greet any teacher or visitor who enters or passes through the room in which we are.

i)   To realise that hard, persevering, systematic personal efforts are some of the main ingredients to real success, especially in studies.

j)   Always to remember that ‘Please’ ‘Thank you’ and ‘Sorry’ are the most beautiful words in the dictionary.

k)   Ever to be conscious that true nobility consists in being honest and sincere, decent and dignified in speech, behaviour and action.

Instructions to Parents

1)   Parents and Guardians of students, having already signed Admission Forms and agreeing to observe the rules of the School, should understand that they cannot dictate to the School Authorities on matters of policy, on condition of admission or continuance in School of any student.

2)  School expects the co-operation of the parents to ensure that :
a)   The children come to School regularly and punctually, dressed neatly and correctly ;
b)   The children bring to School their books and note-books which should be properly maintained.
c)   The children prepare their lessons and do their home work regularly.
Homework is defined as additional needed preparation in a given subject area. Such assignments provide essential practice in needed skills, alongwith enriching & enhancing school experiences. Home work encourages responsibility, gives practice in developing good work habits and affords opportunities for increasing self-direction and learning how to budget time wisely.

3)   They are also expected to co-operate with the School Authorities by taking an active and helpful interest in the activities of the School.In particular, they are understood to have entrusted the Principal with authority to correct and punish their children at her discretion.

4)   Parents are informed that their children may be sent home
a)   For arriving late without a valid reason for which they must carry a note from the parent.
b)   For not wearing the correct uniform.

5)   Children should not buy eatables from any street vendor.

6)    Parents are requested to see that the attendants who take their children to or from school do not remain on the school premises longer than is necessary. They should come only at the appointed time.

7)    Parents should not forget to provide their specimen signatures in the School Diary.

8)   Parents are specially requested to notify the school immediately if there is any change in their address, telephone number, or emergency contact person.

9)   Students are prohibited from bringing mobile/cellular phones or any other electronic gadgets to the School. The confiscated instrument will be returned only to the parent at the end of the academic session.

10)   Students should get their report cards duly signed by their parents or guardians within five days of their receipt. In case of loss of report card, a duplicate one will be issued only after a payment of Rs. 100/- as fine.

11)   Misbehaviour in the bus, violence in school individually or in a group and damage to property is considered a major disciplinary violation. Reports of violence in any form in or out of the school shall result in the rustication of the pupil concerned.

12)    Bullying, use of foul language and carrying objectionable material are punishable offences.

13)   While the Management is always aware of safety precautions and takes them, it is still a fact that in the best run houses and in the safest places, things can go wrong. It must be understood that parents/guardians entrust their children/wards with the school staff at their own risk and the Management will at no time be held liable, in case of unavoidable, or unexplainable accidents arising from malafide behaviour of the students in its care.

14)   This applies not only to the school premises but also on the streets, picnics, camps, holiday excursions, etc.

15)   When communicating with the Principal, parents are requested to mention in their letters the name, the class and section of their children.

16)   Parents are not allowed to meet their children or the teachers, during school hours without the permission of the Principal in the Senior Wing, and Head of the Junior Wing in the Junior Wing. Members of the Staff should be seen preferably in their free periods. An appointment with a member of the staff should be made before hand.