Grey Colour Full Pants (with loops for belt) (S.Kumar's Uniform Fabrics - Quality = Royalty, Shade No. 3578), Blue & White belt, S. Kumar's Fancy Checks Shirts (as per sample displayed on the notice board), Logo stitched on the Pocket, All season Black Shoes, Grey Socks.
Grey Pinafore (with 4 box pleats in front and 4 behind) (S.Kumar's Uniform Fabrics - Quality = Royalty, Shade No.3578), Skirt length should be two inches below the knees, Blue & White Belt, Logo stitched on the Pinafore, S. Kumar's Fancy Checks Shirt (as per the sample displayed on the notice board), Black Ribbon, All season Black Shoes, Grey Socks. Girs must wear short slacks under the skirts.
House Colour T Shirt (Green, Yellow, Red and Blue) with Black Colour Collor, Black Stripes at Shoulder and Sleeves.
Vivek Vidyalaya (President Font) to be printed on Left Chest in white colour (embroidered).
Black Track Pants with Two stripes on Left and Right Sides indicating the colour of the house.
Black Canvas Shoes with Black Socks
For Girls, Black Ribbon to be used.
Navy Blue Terrycot vertical stripes half pants and red colour half shirt. All season black shoes and red socks.
Navy Blue Terrycot vertical stripes pinafore, 4 pleats, red belt and red half shirt. All season black shoes and red socks.
The school Uniform must be stitched according to the prescribed pattern. In rainy season, pupils are permitted to wear black rubber shoes.
The attention of parents is invited to the fact that enforcement of regularity in attendance and maintenance of discipline in the school is the responsibility of the school authorities and in all such matters the decision of the Head of the School and the management shall be final.
For the information of parents, we quote below extracts from the Secondary School Code Rule 57 relating to Principles of Discipline, which specifically lays down that the heads of schools should see that the following principles are observed in the institution.
Regularity and implicit obedience are exacted in the school.
Politeness and courtesy of speech and conducts as well as clealiness of dress and person are inculcated.
Pupils are made to realize that they are responsible to the school authorities not only for their conduct in the school but also for their general behaviour outside. Any reported or observed objectionable conduct out of the school on the part of the pupils should make them liable to disciplinary action.
Parents are given to understand that they cannot dictate to the managements and that managements have a right to say on what conditions they will admit or retain pupils in their school provided such conditions are in conformity with the Secondary School Code and instructions issued by Dy. Director of Education.
Pupils may attend political meeting outside school hours and outside school premises but not take active part in them.
Any pupil who is persistently insubordinate or is repeatedly or willfully mischievous, or is guilty of gross malpractice in connection with examinations or of unauthorized alterations in Leaving Certificates, or who in the opinion of the Head of the School has an unwholesome influence of his or her fellow pupils, may be removed from the rolls with the permission of the Dy. Director of Education. The removal may be temporary or permanent, according to the gravity of the offence.