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General Instructioins for Students

  • Come to school clean, well groomed and in proper uniform with shoes well polished.
  • Be regular in attendance a never be late to the school.
  • Attend school Prayer/Assembly without fail.
  • Be courteous and respectful to parents, teachers and visitors. Look after the property of the-school and help to keep it clean and tidy. Keep your class-room neat and clean as well as maintained.
  • Throw the waste-papers, wrappers etc. into the wastepaper basket.
  • Do not shout or make a noise in the school building or create confusion in the class room.
  • Do not bring money, articles of value such as rings, jewellery etc. and comics or story books to the school. The school does not accept responsibility for the loss of books, stationary of any other valuable things of the student during the school hours, on the way to school or home.
  • Dates of the school calendar may be altered due to unavoidable circumstances. Students will be duly informed accordingly.

Request to Parents & Guardians

The main aim of the school is to create a highly maintained atmosphere of discipline, manner, knowledge and better education among the students for which your co-operation and closed contact with the school authorities is required.

  • The prompt attention of the parents/guardians to the teacher's notes and remarks is very essential for a joint and unified effort to offer an excellent education to your ward.
  • Parents and guardians are reminded that without their help and co-operation not much improvement can be expected from the efforts to mould the child's character in the school. They are, therefore, earnestly requested to encourage regularity and discipline to see that their children prepare the 'Homework’ and ^ come to school in proper uniform with all the books copies required for the day's work. 
  • Parents and guardians are requested to refrain from giving large amounts of each as pocket money as we wish to inculcate the habit of thrift among our children.
  • Parents/Guardians are requested to note that distribution of sweets and gifts to children on any occasion is not allowed.
  • The Parent's /Guardians signature in the diary would indicate that the remarks entered by school authorities have been noted.
  • Parents and guardians are requested not to ask for leave of absence for part of the day. The child may remain at home in case his/her presence is needed elsewhere.
  • A student who fails to pay fees up to date will not be allowed to appear for examination. accept responsibility for the loss of books, stationary of any other valuable things of the student during the school hours, on way to school or home.
  • No visitors (parents or others) are allowed to see the students or interview their teachers during class hours.
  • Parents are also kindly requested not to visit classes during class hours. All business will be transacted in the office.
  • The parents/guardians are welcome to give any constructive criticism or suggestion to the principal and not to the teachers.
  • The interpretation of any rule of the school as well as amendments to it rests sobly and entirely with the governing body of the school. This shall be final and binding on parents/guardians and in no case shall lie in any court of law in respect of their decision. 

Hints on how to Study

1. In the Class-Room :
Paying great attention will help you learn faster and hence study less. Ask questions about what you to not understand.
2. At Home :
First, review what you have learnt in the class that day. Secondly, do your written work. In this way, you do your work more correctly and quickly.
3. Never omit your Homework. Do what you were given in class and in the way, you were taught to do it in class. It is essential that you note down exactly in your diary your study assignment. Look through your corrected works so as not to commit the same mistake.

Co-Curricular Activities

The purpose of our co-curricular activities is to provide opportunities for the integral personal formation of the student. These activities encourage originality and initiative; they provide him/her with and opportunity of experience the practical side of the abstract classroom ideals of duty, co-operation and responsibility.
Sportsmen are encouraged at every level. Various in¬door and outdoor games will be conducted in the school believe that the healthy competition on the playing arena contributes to the development of a co¬operation spirit, sportsmanship fair play and other qualities of character needed by future leaders.
Co-curricular activities such as Debate. Quiz. Sit and Draw Extempore speech and action, elocution, cultural programmes (Dance. Music, Drama) etc. will be conducted throughout the academic session.

Teacher's Parent's Meeting

There will three teachers/parent's meeting after 1st, 2nd unit test and Half-yearly Examination.