PARENTS VISITS

    1. Parents are welcome and are encouraged to come and meet the Principal to discuss matters related to their wards. Visiting time 08.30 A.M. to 10.30 A.M.

    2. Apart from the days of distribution of progress report, a few Saturdays will be set apart for meeting teachers. Prior information will be given regarding this.

    3. In case of genuine need, parents may visit the teachers on working days with the permission of the Prinicipal/Vice Principal.

RECOMMENDATION TO PARENTS

    1. In order to secure all that is best in the education of your wards, the maximum co-operation between parents and school authorities is desired.

    2. Owing to increasing trends in juvenile delinquency, it has become necessary to maintain constant and strict vigil on student discipline in all activities, at home or out of it. Therefore, and further to existing rules laid down for behavioural conduct in this institution, you are advised to caution your ward that participation in any subversive act which includes eve teasing, carrying of explosive materials or dangerous instruments such as crackers, bursting crackers, pocket and clasp knives and so on within the school campus or outside which contraveves any rules or regulations of this institution or of CBSE Board or the Indian penal Code will attract disciplinary displeasure which may include explusion from the institution without assigning any reasons.

    3. Send your wards to school spick and span. Ensure that children are in complete uniform and reach the school well in time.

    4. Leave application, reason for late attendance or any other matter con-cerning the student may be intimated to the Principal through the diary.

    5. Parents are recommended to look into their ward's school diary regularly and countersign remarks made on it.

    6. Should you feel that your ward doesn't make the desired progress or if he/she has any other problem in the school the Prinicipal should be contacted.

    7. Parents are recommended to pay all the fees well in time.

    8. A child who is ill and needs health care immediately should not be sent to school. Once the child comes to school he/she will not be allowed to leave the school before the school gets over. Hence, request for half day leave, short leave etc. will not be granted.

    9. Criticism of a teacher or his school in the presence of the child should be avoided. It causes the child to lose respect for his/her teacher with the consequent failure to learn from the school.

    10. As your child advances in age, guide him/her to become a resourceful and useful member of family, society and country. Encourage self-help for work and study. He/She should be taught to keep his/her room tidy, make his/her own bed, polish his/her own shoes, wash his/her own clothes, carry his/her the idea of the dignity of work, a fundamental personal virtue, necessary for a successful career in life.

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