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The responsibility of the parents in educating their children decides their future. Though the school works with a moral commitment of imparting holistic knowledge to the students, yet the participation of the parents in the home environment is important. The parents must plan for the study hours of their children at home and monitor the same.


The students of classes SM1 to XII must cultivate the habit of daily study at home from day one. Loud reading and concentrated writing practice can contribute quite a lot to knowledge acquisition. Parents must have absolute control over their children on these aspects-Studies, Behaviour and Discipline.


The future of those children, whose parents do not control them, will only be in peril, when they reach higher classes especially in classes IX to XII and for that matter throughout their life. The parents’ luxury and their egoistic attitude will have an adverse effect on the education of their children. Such parents are bound to shoulder the moral responsibility for pushing their children into ultimate suffering and their realization at a later date will be of no use.


The students who are top scorers or who score above 80% marks, in all the subjects in all the assessments including those in class XII Board Examinations, are the ones who strictly adhered to a study schedule, right from their lower classes. These students are always away from distractions of external evil forces and possess excellent behaviour, conduct and character. The parents of such students sacrifice a lot and co-operate with the school in all aspects for the betterment of their wards.


The parents of the low-scorers must introspect themselves about their poor contribution towards the education of their children. The school, shall not be held responsible for the low performance of such students, who fail to study regularly at home and shall not stand answerable to those parents, who fail to supervise their children at home. The parents who intentionally fail in the aspect of protecting their children must understand the seriousness and consequences thereon. There is no use of repenting at a later date, for the money they have invested on the education of their child. These statements are the facts of the rich experiences and bitter sufferings, the school has faced.


The students must follow the dictum "Early to bed and early to rise".


The school insists the parents to supervise their children on their regular study-hours as mentioned below:





  Duration of Study Hours Per Day  

SM1 & SM2

6.00 - 6.30

7.00 - 8.00

1 ½


6.00 - 6.30

7.00 - 8.30



5.30 - 6.30

7.00 - 9.00


IX & X

5.00 - 6.30

7.00 - 9.30



5.00 - 6.30

7.00 - 10.00

4 ½

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