• Parent — Teacher Meetings are held regularly.
  • Parents/Guardians are requested to make use of this opportunity to meet the teachers and discuss the progress of their children. This will enable the teachers to understand the children better and consequently pay special attention to their needs.
  • These meetings are contact meetings because the school teacher and parents are all involved in the education of the child. These are also occasions for the parents to let the teacher know that they do care for her/his effort and the progress of their child. They can always help the progress of the institution by way of suggestions, guidance and specially, by their co¬operation and collaboration.
  • As far as possible all requests to meet the teachers to discuss the courses or any other matter pertaining to studies should be kept for the Parent — Teacher meeting. In urgent cases, the Principal's permission is needed to meet the teachers in the school.
  • Both the father and the mother of the student need to attend parent-teacher meetings.
  • Parents are expected to co-operate with the school authorities and the teachers by enforcing regularity and discipline, supervising the Lessons, taking active part in the school activities and by sending their ward in proper uniform.
  • Parents must send the children to school at least 10 min. early to avoid late coming and take them away within 10 min. after the school gets over. The school will not be responsible for them beyond this time.
  • The school is not responsible for what happens in the auto-rickshaw, tempos and vans before & after the school hours.
  • Parents are requested not to go up to the class-room to drop or pick up their children.
  • Parents are requested not to give two wheelers or four wheelers to their children, to come & go to school. The school will not be responsible for the vehicles (2 wheelers/cycles) parked outside the school campus.
  • Occasional remarks from the teachers and the Principal are made in the school diary for the information of the parents. In such cases they should never fail to signature the diary to show their acknowledgment.
  • Parents are expected to signature the note books when they are sent for it. Failure to do so may put their children to great inconvenience. They should particularly check their leave and absence records.
  • When communicating with the Principal, parents/ guardians are requested to mention in their letter, the name of the student, class and section.
  • Parents are strictly forbidden to interview their children and the teacher in the class or any staff member in the staff room without the permission of the Principal.
  • Tipping the servants either during or after the hours must be avoided at all costs.
  • Parents must intimate the school whenever their residential address or telephone numbers are changed in order to communicate to them in urgent matters. This is in the interest of their children.
  • They should insist on their children to devote enough time to learn their lessons before they come to school.. On holidays some time should be devoted to study at home.
  • If parents or guardians find that their ward is not picking up right habits or is not progressing satisfactorily in his/her studies, they should make an appointment with the Principal to discuss the matter.
  • Parents are requested not to send for or call away their children during class hours except in case of unforeseen emergency and that too with the Principal's permission.
  • Parents should understand that they cannot dictate to the Principal but the Principal has the right to say on what conditions he will admit or retain pupils in the institution.
  • Principal must be informed of the absence of the students at the earliest.
  • Should there be any infectious disease in your home please report the fact to the Principal at once and do not send your child to the class till the child is fully cured. Doctor's Certificate to attend the class must be brought the day the child is fit to join the school.
  • If a student is likely to be absent due to illness for a long period, the Principal must be informed immediately through an application with the name, class and section of their ward and along with a medical certificate.
  • Parents/Guardians are requested not to give money to their children unless they receive a written notice from the Principal.
  • Parents/Guardians are requested to send their wards to school in full uniform, clean and tidy and in time.
  • Tuitions are strongly discouraged. Parents who have no time to give personal attention to their children should not admit or retain their children in this school.
  • In spite of all help given, if a child fails to show any progress the same may be discussed with Principal, Class/Subject Teacher and the Principal may permit extra coaching by the member of the staff.
  • To ensure integrity and dedication of the members of the staff, the following are the guidelines to the staff/ parents/ guardians with regard to private tuitions.
    1. No member of the staff of this institution may undertake a tuition without the sanction of the Principal.
    2. No staff member of this institution is permitted to visit the homes of the children to give tuition and suggest the need of private tuition.
    3. A parent/guardian desirous of arranging a private tuition from a member of this institution shall apply in writing to the Principal, who after ascertaining the merit of the application, will forward it to any member of the staff. The parents and the teacher will accept the terms and conditions of the assignment from the Principal before commencing with tuition work.
    4. It is to be clearly understood by both parents and the tutors that coaching is an exception. It is primarily to help the child to gain confidence and right habit of study and as soon as the child is able to cope up with his/her studies, tuition should be discontinued.
    5. Parents are requested not to apply pressure on teacher with regard to tuition but be conscious and fair in their dealing in the matter.
    6. All tuition work shall end a week before the examinations commence.
  • Criticism of the teachers or of the school in the Presence of children should be avoided because it causes them to lose respect to those teachers and subsequent failure to learn from them. Should parents have any genuine complaint may be brought to the notice of the Principal.
  • Parents are exhorted not to listen to unwarranted gossips and spread the same as it causes untold damage to the institution.
  • Parents should always keep in mind that the school, its teachers and the parents are linked together in a continuous process for the education of the child. Even in difficult situations, calm and gentleness should be displayed so that the atmosphere is cordial. If the relation with the school is not cordial, it is advisable to parents to shift their children to other institutions of their choice.
  • Parents are advised not to send points, knifes, blades, mobiles, electronic gadgets, toys, scissors or any other material which could be dangerous and lead to serious injuries.
  • Use of drugs/alcohol/smoking: In the campus or outside including in the house or at picnics or excursion or at any time is not becoming to the students of the school. Any one found indulging in these activities will be dealt with severely and may be expelled from the school.
  • Respect for elders & teachers is an essential ingredient of our noble culture. Any one showing any disrespect to the elders/teachers, even if one is right, will not be tolerated. Grievances, if any, should be presented and resolved in a dignified and respectful manner, which is a mark of good upbringing.
  • Boy/girl, relationship: Being a co-educational Institution where both boys and girls study together and participate in all co-curricular activities, all students must deal with each other in a healthy and morally sound atmosphere for mutual respect and good relationship. Any breach in this regard and any unhealthy or improper behaviour in this regard will be viewed very seriously and may lead to expulsion from the school. Parents must look after their children very diligently by checking the company they keep and by checking on the time they leave the house for school and return from the school to the house.
  • Disputes among students: Disputes originating from home should be carried to the school. Parents concerned must resolve them at home itself. Disputes originating from the school should not be carried outside the school campus and should be brought to the notice of the Class Teacher/Head Mistress/ Vice Principal or Principal to be resolved in the campus. Any one who extends these disputes outside especially by involving outside elements/friends/relative and brings about involvement in fights will be dealt with very strictly.
  • Student should not have any connection with the fellow students, staff members and the school management by writing, posting or commenting negatively through the social media, SMS, WhatsApp, Facebook, Internet or any other electronic media etc. Strict disciplinary action to the extent of expulsion from the school can be to against those students who misuse the social media and defame the members of the staff as well as the school.
  • The School Managing Committee reserves the right to waive off any of the rules contained in this prospectus, without assigning any reasons for its action.
  • The final interpretation of any rule of this prospectus as well as any amendment to it rests solely and entirely with the Managing Committee of the school. Its interpretation shall be final and binding on parents and students of this institution and no case shall lie in any court of law in respect of its decision.

“Children cannot be made good by making them happy. But they can be made happy by making them good.”