Parents/guardians may meet their ward only on days of PTM between 9 –12 or as informed a specific place on
the school campus. Other than this, unless it is an unavoidable situation, the parents will not be allowed
to meet the children.
Compensation for any kind of damage to the school property by a student will be charged to the student.
The school will take all possible care for physical fitness of the students. However, the school does not
accept any responsibility, legal or otherwise, for accidents or mishaps. The school will remain indemnified
against any claim on
Discipline, decency and decorum should be maintained by each student. Any act or mischief, breach of
rules, disobedience or disloyalty to the institute by the student or parents can be considered as an act of
indiscipline. The school reserves the right to expel a student on the grounds of misconduct, indiscipline or
disregard of school rules and regulations.
Any sort of discrepancy, false statement or misrepresentation of facts by parents at the time of
admission, when discovered, would result in dismissal of the student from the school.
Students shall not keep mobile phone or any other electronic gadget or any cash in their possession in the
school. If found, the same will be confiscated and will not be given back either to the student or parents
or any guardian. Disciplinary action will also be taken against the child. Parents are advised not to give
any costly jewellery to their ward. School management will not be responsible for any loss thereof.
Any change in the address or telephone or mobile number of the parents must be immediately informed by the
parents to the school authority in writing.
Parents are expected to attend all Parent -Teacher Meetings. (Both parents should come).
From time to time important information will be sent via SMS to the parents/guardians. Hence they are
requested to check them regularly.
For Transfer Certificate, one week notice in writing should be given to the office.
Parents are requested not to enter any classroom without prior permission of the office.
Parental co-operation can never be overlooked. Understanding between the teachers and the parents is
essential for the comprehensive or holistic development of a child. It has been proven by the researchers
that the performance of a child depends immensely on the parents’ direct involvement with the school.
Students shall be bound by different rules and regulations framed from time to time by the Management for
smooth running of the school.
To enhance intellectual development of a child is our primary goal. To fulfil this objective here young
children are taught how to adopt Swadeshi way of life cemented on yoga and Ayurveda with satvik and
nutritious food. Naturally it is expected that the parents of the child should have the inclination towards