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a) Attitude to God

  1. Remember that we are created in the image of God to love and serve God, our Creator, and to love and serve the humanity, His creation. All learning and wealth in this world amount to nothing without the fear of God on which our temporal and eternal welfare depends.
  2. Give glory to God for whatever you have and you are. For He is the Author of every good. Do not glorify your talents.
  3. Practice the virtues of modesty (purity), humility, obedience and kindness.
  4. To be modest is to have a proper and decent manner of speaking. This virtue is one of the best ornaments of our age.
  5. Avoid every kind of sin especially three evils, i.e.,
    • taking the name of God in vain.
    • impurity in thought, word or deed.
    • stealing and telling lies.
    These evils draw God's anger upon us. But if we keep away these evils from us God will never fail us with His blessings.

(b) Attitude To Teachers

  1. All students should look upon their school-mates as brothers and sisters and their teachers/superiors as gurus, mothers and fathers.
  2. Pay respect to teachers whether they are own class or not. Be grateful to the teachers who have taught you in the past. Show to your teachers those exterior signs of reverence to which they are entitled, such as, greeting them whenever you meet them.
  3. Be convinced that your teachers deeply feel their serious obligation of promoting your welfare in the best way they possibly can, i.e. in advising, commanding and correcting you. They have nothing else in view than your own good.
  4. Self study is most praiseworthy. Therefore, your first occupation must consist in doing the tasks assigned to you by your teachers.
  5. Always stand up when your teachers enter the class and when they leave. If they delay in coming, do not make any noise, but wait for them in your places in silence reviewing your lessons.
  6. You shall not whisper in the class. It causes disturbance to your fellow students.

(c) Attitude to School-mates

  1. Strive to edify your school-mates by your good example at all times. In fact no sermon is more efficacious than good example.
  2. Never make fun of those who are weak in their studies. Let there be no ridiculing of anyone on account of his/her physical defects. On what you laugh at others may some day befall you.
  3. Be a source of inspiration to do good to others.
  4. Try to encourage your class-mates.

(d) Behaviour At School

  1. To write or draw on the blackboard (except when called upon to do so), to write words offensive to anyone, to oil walls or maps or anything else are to be avoided.
  2. Take care of your text-books, note books and other belongings. Beware of appropriating your neighbor's property even it be the smallest thing. If you find a lost article give it at once to the teacher/office.
  3. Keep the floor clean by allowing no paper or ink to fall on it.
  4. Cleanlines and purity of soul are reflected by clean and neat exterior.
  5. Students should make use of their free time for reading books and for preparing classes. They should not loiter outside the class room.
  6. Students should respect silence.
  7. Time is precious. Time lost is lost forever.

(e) Behaviour Outside School

  1. Speak no ill of your school-mates or of the discipline of the school.
  2. Always speak well of your school and of your teachers and class mates.
  3. Be proud of your school.
  4. Try to practice what is taught in the school.
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