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Medical Guidance

School firmly believes in the proverb ‘Health is Wealth’. The school has a well equipped Medical room with a full-time qualified doctor and trained nurses. First aid is provided during school hours as and when necessary. The school conducts regular check-ups of the students during the academic year. Co-operation of parents is sought to ensure the health and hygiene of the children. Parents are requested to fill up the Medical Card in the Almanac.

All parents are requested to impart health education to their children so that they:-

  • maintain personal hygiene like: trimming of nails, regular hair cuts, etc.
  • sleep 8 hours a day.
  • exercise daily.
  • have a balanced diet.
  • drink water which is either boiled or filtered.
  • avoid consumption of ice-creams, other milk products and eatables from roadside vendors.

Parents should also immunise children against the following:-

  • BCG
  • DPT (to be completed before entry to school.)
  • Oral Polio
  • Tetanus-Booster dose to be given between the age of 7-16 years and when required.
  • Typhoid every 2/3 years (Oral/injections).
  • Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B
  • Meningitis, Chicken Pox.

Students suffering from infectious diseases like Conjunctivitis, Dermatitis, Scabies, etc. should not come to school until they are clear of the infection and carry a fitness certificate from the doctor. Students suffering from chronic diseases like Asthma, Epilepsy, Rheumatic heart disease etc. are advised to be under continuous Medical Supervision of a Specialist. History of their illness must be filled up in the Almanac, along with the treatment being taken. They should inform the school doctor/nurse & concerned Supervisory Heads.

Counselling and Guidance Cell


Children have a right to be free from intimidation, unkind actions and remarks both in school and outside. Unkind actions , comment amount bullying. It is our duty to help each other by reporting all bullying

Do you know anyone who is being bullied?

What should you do


- an adult in school
- a parent
- a person whom you trust
- a friend


- that you dislike the actions
- don’t be friends with them


- those who you see are being bullied.

4. Don’t make teasing or hurtful remarks

Are you being bullied?

What should you do?

1. Try not to show that you are upset (it is difficult)
2. Try to ignore the bully
3. Walk away quickly and confidently (even if you are afraid)
4. Shout loudly to show that you are not afraid
5. Stay with your friends. Say No to bully.
6. Do not try to bribe the bully with sweets or money
7. Try not to be alone where you could be bullied
8. If you are different in any way, be proud of it. You are an individual and there is nothing wrong with you.
9. Tell an adult immediately!

It is Everyone’s responsibility to prevent bullying.

Protection of Children from Sexual Offences

What Is Sexual Abuse:

A child is sexually abused when he is forced or persuaded to take part in sexual activities.
This doesn’t have to be physical contact, and it can happen online. Sometimes the child won’t understand that what is happening to them is abuse. They may not even understand that it’s wrong.


POCSO - Protection of Children from sexual offence act is formulated to effectively address crimes of sexual abuse and exploitation of children.


School has formed the CHILD PROTECTION COMMITTEE in association with parents, teachers, students and experts. Any child who has been the victim of sexual abuse can report the case against the abuser to the committee. The committee will be responsible for taking necessary action.


How can I protect my child from sexual abuse?
Talk to your children about sexuality and sexual abuse in age appropriate terms. Be involved in your child’s life by knowing his thoughts and friends. Be available to your child and follow up on his activities.


Provide supportive environment to the victim by not bullying him. Help him/her to overcome his/her fear by sharing it with the authorities. Always being around him/her.


  • Students of both genders are responsible for the safety of each other.
  • Never go to dark places alone.
  • Do not talk to the strangers.
  • Trust your instincts.
  • Share your problems with the elders.
  • Limit physical proximity by not allowing anyone to be too close to you.
  • Join self protection programmes.
  • Develop self control by setting your limits.
  • Have a buddy system.

Helpline available against child abuse - 1098

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