• You feel proud over the fact that your ward has been admitted to one of the best schools in the district where academic atmosphere is excellent.
  • Parents should authorize the escort with the identity card of the student issued by the school.
  • Deposit fees as per rules and on assigned dates.
  • Prompt payment of hostel dues is stressed.
  • A penalty of Rs. 5 and Rs. 100 per day is levied on the defaulter ward for delayed payment of hostel dues and deferred report of presence to arrive at the hostel respectively.
  • Hostel dues need to be remitted on or before the 5th day of every quarter or as decided by the management.
  • By going through the general regulations, parents/guardians will notice that those who are admitted to JRS are expected to maintain high standard of discipline and decorum.
  • Parents are requested to maintain their solidarity with the management and the teachers to promote ideal academic culture.
  • Whenever a ‘Call’ is sent from the school, parents / guardians are requested to respond forthwith.
  • Parents’ co-operation and involvement in the schools developmental activities is a always solicited.
    Students should always wear their School ID card.
  • Parents are requested to go through their wards school diary regularly and sign the teacher’s remarks, if any.
  • PTA meetings should be regularly attended to discuss the performance and progress of the child.
  • Parents must check that the child carries books/note books according to time table.
  • Children should do their home work by themselves unless they require some guidance.
    For the best result parents must motivate and support their child establish a proper study area. Home work must be given a priority in the daily schedule.
  • In case home work has not been completed by the due date then it should be communicated clearly to the class teacher with reason that why the work was not done.
  • Encourage your ward to read good books or play games, instead of viewing TV.
  • Parents are requested not to accompany their wards to the class rooms at arrival time. At dispersal time they should collect their wards from the school gate.
  • Parents are always welcome to meet the concerned authorities to discuss the progress of their child, only with prior permission solicited.
  • Parents should ensure that their wards do not bring any objectionable books, magazine, picture or any other material that may violate the disciplinary norms of the school. Otherwise the same will be destroyed in the presence of the student.
  • Parents are also requested to ensure that their wards do not bring gift or chocolate/sweets for distribution. Students should be in school uniform even on their birthday.
  • Parents are requested to refrain from sending lunch boxes/ notebook of their wards during school hours.
  • Parents are requested to send their ward in neat and clean uniform. Students should not wear faded, over-size or small-size uniform, failing of which the child will be marked absent.
  • Parents are requested to inform the school if there is any change in address/ Tel. numbers.
  • The school has a system of fruit break for junior classes upto class 3. You are requested to ensure that the child carries at least one fruit every day.
  • Please do not give mobile phone to your child. If student is found carrying a mobile phone, it will be confiscated and a heavy fine will be imposed.
  • The facility of internet is required to monitor the usage of this wonderful technology by your ward so that he/she does not misuse the internet access. It is advisable to route your child’s E-mail through your account and share their password. Also, keep the computer in a central family location, not in the child’s room. The usage of computer should be a family activity.
  • Encourage your ward o take a balanced interest in studies, co-curricular activities and sports.
  • Criticism of a teacher of the school in presence of a child must be scrupulously avoided as it causes students to lose respect for their teacher with the consequent failure to learn from her, thus retarding the child’s progress.
  • Refrain from giving regular pocket money to your ward. Encourage healthy breakfast and give home cooked food in your wards tiffin and regulate their sleeping hours to at least 8 hours a day.
  • Provide conductive environment for studies at home. Assist and guide your ward in doing his/ her homework.
  • Please check your ward’ s school diary regularly and ensure that the assigned homework is done on time and do countersign the remarks made in it.
  • Please don't send your ward to school when he/she is suffering from any infectious disease.
  • If the drop and pick up is done by parents, ensure that your ward is escorted safely to school and back home.
  • Parents should use the “Leave Record” form in the diary when applying for leave or explaining the absence of their children.