Jalandhar October 25 (Jaswinder Singh Azad)- Parent teacher meeting was successfully organized in the premises of HMV Collegiate Senior Secondary School to share and evaluate the progress report of students. In this, parents were informed about the academic performance of the students in the examinations held in this month, their regularity in classes, the marks obtained in the examinations and were also asked to ensure the attendance of their children and interest in studies.
This thoughtful, noble and commendable work organized by the authorities at the school was praised by the parents and they said that HMV Collegiate Sr. Sec. School along with academic education and through educational activities and competitions enhance students’ knowledge by making them mentally strong, hardworking and instilling confidence in them.
Principal Prof. Dr. (Mrs.) Ajay Sareen said that our institution endeavours to provide proper education
Appreciating this step taken by the institution, Principal Prof. Dr. (Mrs.) Ajay Sareen said that our institution endeavours to provide proper education so that there would be no hindrance in the all round development of the children. She, wholeheartedly thanked the parents for their active contribution in the academic development of the students as their role is important. In the end, she said that the main objective of this meeting is to develop a strong bridge between the parents and the teachers.
In the meeting, teachers related to different subjects also got an opportunity to exchange the observations and results of the students with the parents. During this, an exhibition of beautiful files made by the students related to Punjabi culture through which knowledge of Punjabi culture could be gained was held.
Mrs. Meenakshi Sayal, School Coordinator said that the main objective of this meeting is to find practical solutions to the problems that come in the way of children’s development. In the end, she said that every effort would be made by the school in future also so that there would be no hindrance in the all round development of the students.