Home Away From Home

Home Away From Home

The school provides Air Conditioned residential facilities for boys separately on Campus. The hostels are well designed and have all the facilities that help the children live and grow in an environment which they can identify as their home. Trained staff members, including a house mistress/house master, along with a whole range of support staff are appointed who are entrusted with the well being of the children and to ensure that the needs of our pupils are fully met.

Individual Care

In a boarding school is to possible to place greater emphasis on care of the individual than can normally be feasible within the limited time available in a day school. Every boy/girl is helped to develop to his/her maximum potential. Work is monitored carefully. There is a wide range of activities available to occupy boys/girls in the evenings and weekends. Most of the school’s facilities are available during these times including the Sports Centre, Art Schools, Music/Dance room, Library and Computer labs. In addition to these, outings are organized every weekend and expeditions and field trips in every term. The school has a carefully planned personal, social and health education program called ‘The Life Skill Course’. We expect our students to do well and we take every opportunity to congratulate and reward them.


Good food hygieneis essential to ensure that the food you and your family eats is safe. Poor hygiene procedures in your home can put you at risk. Harmful germs that cause food poisoning can spread very easily, so you need to make sure that you do everything you can to prevent this.

Great care is taken in cooking and serving a well-balanced and nutritious vegetarian diet four times a day in the modern mechanized kitchen and AC dining hall. Milk is served every morning and evening. Special diet is provided on medical advice. House Masters and other faculty members take their meals with the students.


  • Food parcels and Eatables from parents/relatives are not encouraged. In case they are sent, the contents of the parcels are checked and shared among the inmates of the House.
  • Students are not allowed to keep cash with them. No money is to be given to them and no money should be sent directly to the students. Any unauthorized money found with the students may be confiscated and credited in the welfare fund. Students are given pocket money every fortnight. Borrowing or lending of money and other personal belonging from each other is strictly prohibited.
  • Students are expected to write one letter a week. The school to be intimated immediately if there is any change of correspondence address or telephone /mobile numbers.
  • Students are not allowed to keep mobiles, electronic gadgets or other expensive articles with them in the hostels.
  • For ordinary ailments parents are not informed. If a student is admitted to the hospital, information is sent to the parents /guardians.
  • All correspondence by parents/ guardians should be addressed to the Principal.
  • Parents and guardians are allowed to meet their wards only on visiting days.
  • Students are not allowed to go home during the school term except in exceptional cases. No leave shall be granted on a student’s request and no leave shall be granted on the request made through E-mail/Fax/ Telephone. For all leave, written request should be made to the Principal. If a student does not return on due date, his name will be struck off the schools rolls and he may not be accepted back.