Best Practices



B e s t   P r a c t i c e s


·          Daily news paper reading in the prayer assembly

·         Gardening and watering plants

·         Conservation of power and water

·         Practicing Good Manners

·         Reproducing the answers learnt

·         Combined preparation for examinations

·         Maintenance of cleanliness/hygiene

·         Senior students supporting the new and small kids       

‘A friend in need is a friend indeed’

·          Following queue system where when necessary

·         Obedience to animators/curators

·         Being punctual always

·         Conversing only in English with all inmates

·         Being tidy always

·         Cooperation to the administration and staff

·         Rendering voluntary services when needed

·         Letter writing to parents in English

·         Washing clothes on holidays

·         Meeting alumni to take advices

·         Posting current news over the notice board

·         Loud reading practice in Telugu, English, and Hindi for better accent, articulation and fluency

·         Guiding friends who lag in studies

·         Participating in external programs

·         Keeping text books and note books intact

·         Keeping the walls, doors, electric points, taps, etc. intact

·         Returning the lost-and-found articles to the owners

·         Resolving problems amicably through discussion with the administration

·         Neither lend nor borrow practice

·         Personal prayer before and after sleep

·         Joining yoga/morning exercises

·         Consulting the Health-supervisor as soon as symptoms of sick is noticed

‘Prevention is better than cure’

·         Following the proverb ‘self help is the best help’

·         Using ‘polite’ words (abstain from using filthy language) among chums

·         Being ready, active, and cheerful always

·         Being friendly with everyone – avoiding quarrels.