The school provides separate residential facilities for boys on campus. All the hostels are well equipped and have all the facilities that help the children live and grow in an environment that they can identify as their home. Staying in a hostel is a unique experience and who so ever has stayed in one will appreciate the true value of it. It’s a well-known fact that hostel life infuses confidence and makes a child independent that helps him grow mentally and psychologically.
Hostel life instills confidence and makes one independent. It’s an opportunity provided where you make friends for life. Boarders also learn the benefits of community living, pleasure of sharing and helping each other to achieve common goals of life. Hostel life builds group dynamics and minimizes individual differences.
Best part of hostel life is that it enhances ethics and core values in the students. It prepares them to face the competitive and challenging world of today. We at MAMS believe that the best possible environment and resources should be provided to the students, so that they can blend themselves and carve out their future paths.
A child is not expected to receive any visitor in the school without the permission of his Housemaster. The visitor should carry an authorization letter from the parents, or be known to a member of the Teaching Staff in school if he is not a registered visitor.
Parents or Local Guardians are not allowed to take the child out more than twice a month only on certain Sundays or School holidays and that too, subject to the Principal’s discretion.
Students will be allowed out for the day or overnight with their parents, on fixed dates as specified in the annual calendar, with prior intimation to the child’s Housemaster/Mistress, in writing
During term time, we allow a student out only for the wedding of blood brothers or sisters. Cousins even in a joint family do not qualify. For such occasions, the child is allowed to spend two nights at home plus travel time provided we get advance notice and clear-cut travel instructions.
Visits home for bereavements or serious illness in the family will be permitted at the discretion of the Principal.
With written advice from parents to the concerned Housemaster, a child may visit his local guardians as per the visiting rules.
No boy may borrow money from his L.G. without knowledge of his Housemaster.
Unless authorized by the Housemaster, parents and L.G.s should not go around the houses on their own.
|2||MORNING TEA/MILK||6:15 AM – 6:25 AM|
|3||P.T. & YOGA||6:30 AM – 7:00 AM|
|4||READY FOR SCHOOL||7:00 AM – 7:25 AM|
|5||BREAKFAST||7:30 AM – 7:50 AM|
|6||ASSEMBLY||8:00 AM – 8:15 AM|
|7||SCHOOL HOURS (1ST – 4TH PERIOD)||8.15 AM – 11:10 AM|
|8||FRUIT BREAK||11.10 AM – 11:25 AM|
|9||SCHOOL HOURS (5TH – 8TH PERIOD)||11:25 AM – 2:00 PM|
|10||LUNCH||2:00 PM – 2:30 PM|
|11||REST||2:30 PM TO 3:00 PM|
|12||REMEDIAL CLASSES||3:00 PM – 4:30 PM|
|13||TEA & SNACKS||4:30 PM – 4:45 PM|
|14||GAMES||4:45 PM – 6:00 PM|
|15||SHOWER & CHANGE||6:00 PM – 6:45 PM|
|16||MEDITATION AND RECREATION||6:45 PM – 7:15 PM|
|17||SUPPER||7:30 – 8:00 PM|
|18||NIGHT PREP||8:00 PM – 9:30 PM|
|19||MILK||9:30 PM – 9:45 PM|
|20||PREPARATION FOR NEXT DAY||9:45 PM – 10:00 PM|
|21||LIGHTS OFF||10:00 PM|