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  1. Parents are expected to co-operate with the school authorities in enforcing regularity and discipline. They should see to it that their wards prepare their lessons and take active interest in the activities of the school.

  2. It is very much appreciated when parents respond readily and attend the parents Teachers meeting when it is held fond other school events. It is only with the co-operation of the parents that the school can promote the all round development of pupils.

  3. Parents are requested to foster in their wards habits of neatness and punctuality, qualities o politeness and courtesy of speech, good conduct, cleanliness of the dress and person.

  4. Parents/guardians are not allowed to go to the class rooms to meet their wards or teachers during school hours without the sanction of the principal. The teachers are available for consultations during their free periods on prior appointment.

  5. Parents/guardians are to sign progress reports or fancy other information when so required. Failure to do so will cause great mutual inconvenience.

  6. Private tuition is dido raged. Parents/guardian may not make private arrangement for tuition with the members of the staff without consulting the principal. If found necessary it will be allowed and arranged for by the principal himself. No tuition will be undertaken by a teacher one menthe prior to the final examinations.

  7. Parents are requested not to send for their wards during the class hours except in cases of unforeseen circumstances or serious illness and in such cases someone from home with an application duly signed by the parents must come to fetch the ward.

  8. It has constantly been stressed by the educationists that co-curricular activities and hobbies enhance the personality of children and bring out the talents in them and make them aware of the large potentiality that is dormant in them. We have various activities in the school. What your ward is and he/she can do will be discovered only in these activities and you, as parents play a great role in making it possible for both the school and your ward.

  9. Parents/guardians are requested not to disturb the pupils while the school is on. In case of emergency, they should obtain a written permission from the principal to meet the pupils/teachers.

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