The school strictly follows the rules laid down by the Education Department of Maharashtra Government.
Both, Parents and pupils should keep in mind the following principles of discipline laid down in the Secondary School Code (1979), Rule 56:
“ Pupils should realize that they are responsible to the School authorities not only for their conduct in School but also for their general behavior outside. Any reported or observed objectionable conduct out of School on the part of pupils shall make them liable to disciplinary action.”
“Parents or guardians are given to understand that they cannot dictate to the Management and that the Management has a right to say on what condition they will admit or retain pupils in their schools.”
Regular attendance is one of the conditions under which a pupil is admitted. No leave of absence is granted except on previous written application from the Parent’s / guardians and this will only be for serious reasons which should be mentioned. Absence without leave renders a pupil liable to a fine. Such absence before or after holidays renders a pupil liable to be struck off the Rolls.
Newly admitted pupils must be in their respective classes from the first school day or their names will be struck off and other boys will be admitted in their place.
Non- Availability of reservation will not be accepted as a reason for reporting late.
Regular attendance and study habits, implicit obedience, courtesy in speech and conduct. Cleanliness of dress and person, a decent hair cut ( crew cut ) are expected from each pupil.
A pupil of school- going age is not expected to take part in political activities.
A pupil must look after his own belongings. Coats, rain coats, caps, jersey, umbrellas, tiffin-carriers and all his books must be marked with the name and class of the owner. It is not advisable for a pupil to have money or any other valuable articles with him. The school will not accept any responsibility for things which are lost.
Any literature, magazines, mobiles, books, cd's, etc of an objectionable nature, found in the possession of a pupil, will result in immediate expulsion of the pupil from the school and confiscation of the same. School bags will be checked by staff members regularly. If any material is confiscated, it will not be returned back.
Sardar Dastur Hoshang Boys' School
2, Tarapore Road, Pune, Maharashtra 411001
To perpetuate the memory of Shams-ul-Ulema Sardar Khan Bahadur Dr. Hoshang Jamasp Dastur, M.A., Ph.D., C.I.E., a great scholar,
the Sardar Dastur Hoshang Boy's High School was inaugurated on the 8th January 1912 to meet the Educational needs of the
Zoroastrians in and around Pune. Its availability as an English Medium School for boys.