Sainik School East Siang

Moto, mission, Crest,
credo, Honour code &
Codes of conduct

MOTTO

Education,    Character,    Nationalism    

शिक्षा             चरित्र           राष्ट्रवाद

MISSION

I shall do my best in ACADEMICS, sports and community service to uphold the aura of my Sainik School.

I shall develop scientific temper, discipline, honesty and RIGHTEOUSNESS.

I shall abide by the spirit of ‘NATION FIRST’ and imbibe INDIAN CULTURAL HERITAGE.

I shall perform the FUNDAMENTAL DUTIES as enshrined in The Constitution of India.

I shall strive to promote the ENVIRONMENT and SWACHH BHARAT

VISION

To offer quality education to the children of rural masses and to develop qualities of body, mind and character which will enable the young boys to become good and useful citizens and eventually be a feeder to National Defence Academy

RISERS’ CREDO

I SHALL THRIVE ON ABSOLUTE HONESTY, UNFLINCHED DEDICATION AND IMPECCABLE INTEGRITY.

I SHALL ALWAYS DISPLAY INDOMITABLE COURAGE.

I SHALL STRIVE TO BE PHYSICALLY FIT AND MENTALLY EVEN STRONGER.

I SHALL DISPLAY, AT ALL TIMES, HIGHEST STANDARDS OF DISCIPLINE AND COURTESY.

I SHALL ALWAYS HELP THOSE IN NEED AND IMBIBE AN UNSELFISH CHARACTER.

I SHALL TAKE RESPONSIBILITY WILLINGLY AND BE A ROLE MODEL TO BOTH MYSELF AND OTHERS.

I SHALL ALWAYS MAKE HEAD TURNING EFFORTS “IN PURSUIT OF EXCELLENCE”.

I SHALL NEVER LIE, CHEAT OR STEAL AND ESTABLISH MYSELF TRUSTWORTHY.

I SHALL NEVER COMPROMISE ON NEITHER MORAL VALUES NOR ETHICS.

I AM A RISER AND I SHALL ALWAYS BE ONE.

RISERS’ HONOR CODE

I  SHALL NEVER LIE, CHEAT, STEAL NOR SLANDER WHILE FOLLOWING ETHICAL PRINCIPLES AND SOLEMNISE MORAL CONSCIENCE

CODES OF CONDUCT

The staff appointed in Sainik Schools shall for the purposes of these Rules be deemed to be public servants and therefore shall conduct themselves in such a way as to:-

  1. set the highest standards of courtesy, personal conduct and discipline;
  2. be properly turned out at all times, according to the dress regulations as prescribed by the Principal;
  3. be punctual on all occasions and for all parades/periods/meals;
  4. mix well socially, be courteous and respectful to ladies, and establish good human relations based on tolerance, sensitivity and goodwill;
  5. maintain good order and discipline and show obedience to rules, orders and instructions passed by the Principal or on his behalf or with his concurrence by their immediate superiors;
  6. take notice of and check or report instantly any act of dishonesty, fraud, negligence, infringement of orders, or impropriety of conduct, committed by another member of staff or by a student/a group of students;
  7. be dignified, polite and temperate in speech, correspondence and behaviour.
  8. exhibit pride in their calling;
  9. be just and impartial in their dealings with the staff and the students;
  10. pay compliments to their seniors and meticulously and suitably return compliments paid to them by their juniors/subordinates;
  11. be co-operative and cordial with their colleagues and pupils;
  12. exercise utmost caution in handling material of secret/confidential nature, and ensure that information of this nature is not passed on to those not authorised to receive it;
  13. be temperate and sober in their habits, and abide by the laws relating to intoxicating drugs and drinks;
  14. acquaint themselves with regulations and orders governing them and abide by the rules and regulations laid down by the Sainik Schools Society and show due respect to authorities;
  15. consider school property and funds as if they were placed in their trust, and exercise the same prudence and care as they would do so to their own property and funds;
  16. make every effort to prevent crime, and report attempts made by other to screen its existence,
  17. declare the composition and size of their families at the time of their appointment,
  18. report to the Principal immediately, the details of any case in which their character or conduct has been impugned by a court of inquiry or a law court,
  19. take permission from the Principal before leaving the station even on holidays,
  20. not employ any general employee or use any school animal, vehicle, stores or funds for private purposes except where such employment/use is specifically authorised by the prescribed authority.
  21. report to the Principal the full details and circumstances of the case, if arrested or released on bail after being arrested on ground involving moral turpitude or a criminal case.
  22. abstain from use of narcotic substances, alcoholic drinks, smoking, paan and paan masalas.
  23. keep abreast of rules and regulations and adhere to them diligently.
  24. ignorance of rules and regulations will not be pleaded for non-adherence.

The members of teaching staff shall in addition:-

  1. remain physically fit to play games with the students.
  2. exhibit lively and intelligent interest in games and sports;
  3. be willing to take boys out on excursions and hikes even on holidays;
  4. take keen interest in co-curricular activities to get to know the boys more intimately and to help them develop their personalities;
  5. conscientiously strive to improve the quality of their teaching by constantly updating their own knowledge and by learning and trying the new techniques evolved for efficiently teaching their subject;
  6. be methodical and enthusiastic in all that they do;
  7. be sympathetic and patient with slow learners and weak students;
  8. remain clear of narrow and sectarian considerations in the handling of students, while recognising their individual needs and characteristics;
  9. by precept and personal example, instill in the minds of the pupils a love for their motherland, regard and respect for the law of the land, and the ideals like compassion for the weak and the downtrodden and universal brotherhood.
  10. pay special attention to boys from weaker sections of society with a view to bringing them at par, in all respects with others, especially in the initial intake period.

The members of a Sainik School staff shall not:-

  1. become members of any political party, function as active supporters of any such party or contest elections to any of the local/legislative bodies;
  2. use their appointments to promote their personal views on religion, caste and political affiliations;
  3. indulge in any trade or business activity or own manage an insurance agency or accept any job of remunerative nature from a source other than the school;
  4. permit their dependent blood relations to pursue any business interest that may directly and indirectly interfere with their performance or of other employees of the school or compromise their position;
  5. be under the influence of any alcoholic drink or drug or use tobacco in any form during the course of their duty or allow their performance of duty to be affected by such drinks or drugs;
  6. apply for any assignment or job outside the Sainik Schools Society or take any public examination except with the prior approval of the Principal.
  7. represent their grievances except through proper channel or canvass any non-official or political influence or support in furtherance of matters pertaining to their service in the school;
  8. accept or permit members of their families to accept on their behalf any gift from any pupil; parent, or a person with whom they have come in contact by virtue of their position in the school;
  9. give any evidence derived from unpublished official records relating to any of the affairs of the school, except with the permission of the Principal who may give or withhold such permission as he thinks fit.
  10. communicate with the authorities controlling the radio, electronic or any other mass media through letters or articles or deliver lecture on controversial issues or having a political colour or tone;
  11. sub-let their residential quarters in any form or permit persons of doubtful antecedents to stay with them;
  12. permit persons other than members of their own families (which would include wife, children, brothers, sisters and parents wholly dependent on the bonafide employee) to stay with them permanently in their quarters;
  13. lend money to or borrow it from any other school employee or any other person on interest except any bank or established financial institute like co-operative societies or engage in any unauthorized or illegal financial business such as daily chitty, monthly chitty etc;
  14. gamble, or speculate or indulge in a game of chance unless such an activity is organised in the school club itself on no profit basis and that too exclusively for staff members and is in the knowledge of the Principal. Frequent purchase and sale of stocks and shares will tantamount to speculation;
  15. keep pets and milk cattle within the school campus except with the explicit approval of the school authorities, which may be refused or if granted can be withdrawn at any time without assigning any reason or sale of milk to employees or outside agencies;
  16. give alms or encourage beggary in any form within the school campus;
  17. execute private work in a school workshop, art room, vehicle garage, etc.
  18. give tuitions during or outside school hours;
  19. undertake proof reading against payment or promote sale of books etc, except that they may accept examinership of Boards/Examining bodies with the prior written approval of the Principal.
  20. get into heavy debt or declare himself insolvent;
  21. indulge in any activity which is illegal under the law of the land.
  22. become members and participate in deliberations of any unauthorized association or indulge in union activities.
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