The school earnestly solicits and indeed requires the maximum cooperation of parents on daily basis. Their constant interest in the progress of their child will be greatly appreciated. Therefore, parents should make it a point to attend functions organised by the school for them. Parents are informed that occasional reports from the teachers or administrators are to be countersigned as proof that they have read them and must understand that failure or refusal to do so may put the child to great inconvenience.

In the event if a parent fails to attend a parent-teacher meet on a report card day, you are requested not to send your ward to school until you meet the class teacher and take the report card. Tutors, elder brother/sisters, relatives, neighbours or any other unauthorized persons are not allowed to attend these meetings on behalf of the parent, unless the parent requests for the same in writing for a valid reason.

Parents, guardians and other persons should not visit the classes or interact with the teachers, except with the approval of the Principal or Parents and guardians should bring along the ID card provided whenever they visit the school.

Students should put in two hours of private work at home in order to finish their home tasks and prepare their lessons. The home tasks must be done very neatly and completely each day.

During arrival and departure students and guardians should How the Instructions of the watchman on duty and other staff or teachers assigned to regulate and ensure the safety of the children as far as possible and to avoid inconvenience to all. No student or guardian will engage in argument or tussle with them; they are only doing their duty as assigned by the school authority to assist you and your ward's safety and convenience. In case of any complaints or suggestions, please do so to the office, vice principal or the principal.

When communicating with the School Authorities, the parents are requested to mention in their letters the full name, class, section and Admission number of their child.

Parents, guardians and other persons should not visit the classes or interview the teachers, except after obtaining the approval of the Principal.

Parents or guardians are especially requested to notify the school of any change in their address/telephone number in writing.

A child who is ill should not be sent to school to attend class or take the tests. Cases of illness are settled on the basis of the term's work in consultation with the teacher(s) concerned and the child's previous record.

Should you feel that your child/ward does not make the desired progress, the Principal should be contacted. If there be need for help, remedial classes in consultation with the Principal may be arranged.

Criticism of a teacher and the school in the presence of the students should be scrupulously avoided.

As children advance in age, guide them to become resourceful members of home and country. Encourage self-help for work and study. Inculcate in them the idea of the dignity of work, a fundamental personal virtue necessary for successful career in life.