• Be God –fearing. Take care never to offend God.
  • Take corrections in a grateful and cheerful manner. It is meant for your good.
  • Remember that study is the first duty of a student. Do your daily lessons.
  • Revise at the end of the week all that was taught during the week.
  • Draw up a study timetable with the help of your teacher and be faithful to it.
  • Avoid vulgarity in talk and behaviour. Don’t be noisy and quarrelsome.
  • Observe good manners and etiquette everywhere.
  • Be always friendly with everyone and lend a helping hand to everybody.
  • Do not be selfish, consider the needs of others at home/school. Treat the old and the poor with kindness and respect.
  • Cultivate within you the values of peace, honesty, discipline and responsibility.
  • Get enough exercise everyday, It keeps the mind free and and alert.


  • Close co-operation between home and school is absolutely essential for the harmonious development of the child.
  • Parents are therefore requested to attend without fail the Parent-Teacher meetings conducted twice a year. This is to enable the exchange of useful information between the parents and teacher.
  • Parents are invited to personally monitor the performance of their students and take appropriate measures. Tuitions should not be encouraged indiscriminately.
  • The school takes no responsibility for arranging tuitions for pupils outside school hours.
  • Parents are strongly discouraged from giving gifts of any kind to the staff, without informing the Headmistress.
  • The decision of the Headmistress is final with regard to admissions and promotions.
  • The school authorities will not hold themselves responsible for any untoward incident or accidents beyond their control.

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