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Dear Parents,

Once again, I would like to caution you against private tuitions for your children. Your child can certainly do well academically with a little more support and co-operation from you. However, no student is allowed to take private tuition from his/her subject teacher, not even from a teacher of another section teaching the same subject. I am sincerely looking forward to your co-operation in this matter.

Fr. Victor Misquith

Notice: One Step Ahead

Dear Teachers,

As announced in the Staff Meeting, the teachers will be rewarded for their ethical behavior. The broad guideline for rewarding is given below:

  1. Those teachers who do not take tuitions for ANY student of LOYOLA will be given letters of appreciation.
  2. They will be recognized publicly in the morning assembly in front of the students.
  3. Their names will be displayed in the school notice board and the parents will be made aware of such teachers who have made the school as well as the teaching profession stand tall.

Teachers who fall under the above criteria are requested to come and meet the undersigned in my Office as soon as possible.


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