Celebration Event
   
    Earth Day
   
    World Red Cross Day
   
    Mother’s Day
   
    Teej Mela
   
    Teacher’s Day
   
    Grandparents’ Day
   
    Human Right Day
   
    Sports Days
   
    Christmas Day
   
    Annual Function & Prize Distribution
   
    PTA MEETING
    8: 00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M.
    PTA MEETING
    8: 00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M.
    PTA MEETING
    8: 00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M.
    PTA MEETING
    10: 00 A.M. - 01:00 P.M.
    PTA MEETING
    10: 00 A.M. - 01:00 P.M.
    SCHOOL TIMINGS
   
    Junior Wing (Summer)
    8: 45 A.M.-12: 55 P.M.
    Junior Wing (Winter) (15th Nov)
    9: 15 A.M.-01: 25 P.M
    Senior Wing (Summer)
    8: 00 A.M.-02: 10 P.M.
    Senior Wing (Winter) (15th Nov)
    8: 30 A.M.-02: 25 P.M
    Class Nur. To X
   
    FA 1
   
    FA 2
   
    FA 3
   
    FA 4
   
    Class XI
   
    UNIT 1
   
    TERM 1
   
    UNIT 2
   
    TERM 2
   
    TERM 3 (ANNUAL)
   
    Class XII
   
    UNIT 1
   
    TERM 1
   
    UNIT 2
   
    TERM 2
   
    TERM 3 Pre-Board
   
    Examinations
   
    Summative Assessment 1
   
    Summative Assessment 2
   
    INTER-HOUSE COMPETITIONS
   
    Self Introduction Eng (I to XII)
   
parents interaction

As a teacher, we already recognize the value of parental involvement. To do this successfully, we first let our students' parents know how you would like to interact with us.

It is important not to make the assumption that parents don't want to be "bothered" with an issue that concerns you. When something comes up, whether it is a behavioral issue or an academic concern, we are proactive about contacting the parent right away. In fact, we make this even easier by taking the time to gather all of our students' contact information at the very beginning of the school year.

Parents not only hear from their child's teacher when there is a problem, we develop quite a positive reputation as a caring and compassionate professional just by taking the time to contact students' parents to share positive tidbits about their school performance and adjustment. For example, when a student in class blows us away with an impressive insight, we call home to share the story.