For Parents

As per Government gazette terms.

Monday to Friday 07.30am to 04.00pm

  1. Any parent desiring to meet the student during working hours shall kindly report to the office and will not be allowed in the classroom and workshops.

  2. Emergency visiting hours during working days shall be at 12.30 pm (explicit permission is needed from the Director or Deputy)

  3. Normal visiting hours is on Sunday at 12.30 pm to 02.20 pm

Monday to Friday 09.00am to 12.00pm

01. Parents/guardians should respond to the summons of the school

02. Parents/guardians should pay boarding fees on stipulated time

03. Parents/guardians should provide their children all the school materials needed for their learning

04. Parents/guardians should they wish to meet teachers, it shall be on Friday 1.30p.m by prior appointment

05. Parent/Guardian should collect the progress card at the end of each term and follow up their children’s Competence based technical skill progress, integrity, attitude and character.

06. Should the parent have a concern or complaint, it should be registered first with the Director.

07. The students are expected to take active part in all different activities and programs at Boys’ Town and exhibit a continued improvement both in their character and skill training

08. Promotion to second year will depend on the improvement in their character and performance in the skill training

09. Students’ performance either in the character or in the skill training is found to be unsatisfactory, suitable disciplinary action will be taken which may be even expulsion from Boys’ Town

10. Students are responsible for their personal belonging both in school and boarding.

11. Each trainee is provided with

a) Single bed & room cupboard (Please do not bring any chest box)

b) Table and chair

c) Workshop cupboard to safe keep the individual tools

d) Any of these personal items are damaged; the parent should pay an equivalent amount to compensate the damage.

12. Should students damage any furniture, or other properties of the school, it should be compensated

13. Students are strictly forbidden to bring any electronic gadget such as mobile phone, Discman, video games etc. Should any student found guilty of breaching this exhortation will be fined a tune sum of $100 and the gadget will be confiscated

14. Should any student found smoking and taking any substance, drinking alcohol or leaving school premises without explicit permissions will warrant immediate expulsion from the institute

15. Trainees voluntarily act in terms of insubordination, non-cooperation, misleading other students to become deviant students shall be summarily dismissed from the Institute.

Any student involving in the following acts will be given a severe warning. Two such warnings will result in dismissal from the institute

01. Copying and helping others to copy: other malpractices such as altering marks and forging signatures

02. Physical violence- fighting with other students, causing serious injuries etc

03. Stealing things both in school and boarding

04. Use of vulgar language and indecent behavior

05. Reading obscene magazines

06. Continued absence for more than 5 consecutive days without any information or previous permission

07. Noncooperation in doing farming and other duties that are assigned by competent authorities

The School authority reserve the right to take appropriate disciplinary action including dismissal against any student whose conduct is detrimental to the moral tone, discipline and educative atmosphere of the School Campus.

No teacher can substitute the “parents”. No school can be an alternative for the “Home”. Parents play a vital role in the education of a child. The school and the teachers are only an extension of the educational process which the parents have already begun at home. Hence we look forward to maximum co-operation and understanding between parents and the school authorities which will enable us to bring out the best in every student entrusted to us.

Parents are specifically requested to go through all the rules and guidelines carefully and co-operate with the school in maintaining regularity, discipline and courteous behavior.

It is vital that young persons are encouraged to participate directly in their own formation program as there can be no lasting character formation without active participation of young people themselves, whose future we are helping to shape. Young persons are quite capable of accepting responsibility if they are sufficiently prepared.

Montfort Boys’ Town does not centralize its focus solely on skill development but on equilibrium of skill and character building. In order to instill the aspects of these nature, Montfort Boys’ Town has systematically devised programs on the home side to cater for an all round development of the person. These we call soft skills.

Soft skills are usually those personality or personal attributes that enable person’s social interactions and effectiveness. Soft skills are a combination of interpersonal people skills, social skills, communication skills, character traits, attitudes, career attributes, social intelligence and emotional intelligence quotients among others that enable people to effectively navigate their environment, work well with others, perform well in the given competence based skill, and achieve their goals with complementing hard skills This can lead to enhanced business relationships, job performance and career prospects. Unlike technical skills, which tend to be specific to a certain type of task or activity, soft skills are applicable to everyone in different measures.


  • Accepts Responsibility
  • Being Accountable
  • Positive Attitude
  • Commitment
  • Judgement
  • Dependable
  • Listening Skills
  • Group Working
  • Problem Solving
  • Delegating
  • Obedience
  • Self-Resilience
  • Responsible way of Making decisions
  • Openness
  • Integrity
  • Toughness
  • Organized
  • Social Graces and Etiquettes
  • Stress Management
  • Interpersonal Communications Skills
  • Reflection and Clarification
  • Appraising
  • Fortitude
  • Courage and confidence
  • Truthfulness
  • Friendliness
  • Language Proficiency
  • Good Mannerisms
  • Personal Grooming
  • Optimism
  • Confidentiality
  • Negotiation
  • Team Management
  • Time Management
  • Forbearance

Success depends on knowing the technical elements of the skills and combining with effective social skills to enhance business relationship and bonding. Soft skills are an embodiment of the personal characteristics to enhance and blend the technical skills to be successful and sociable.

Soft skills are inculcated into the trainees through various programs that are organized regularly after school hours. There is a healthy and monitored inter house competitions are organized. To achieve these above mentioned soft skills, the students are grouped into four houses: Anand, Louis, Gabriel and Joseph. This builds up the trainee’s competitive skills, allegiance to the group, and camaraderies among the peer group. Each weekend, house inspections are organized and marks are allotted to each houses based on their ability to keep the premises neat and tidy. The house leaders along with the Brothers inspect the toilets, dormitories, class rooms and allotted duty areas for their weekly maintenances. It is to bring about a sense of hygiene and cleanliness among the students. Stage programs such as elocution, quiz on general knowledge, current affairs- local and international and on life history of St. Montfort, entertainment, individual talent show and singing competition are conducted and evaluated. The inspection and stage program marks are added up to determine the overall House winner. Successful house shall receive the best house trophy during the graduation day.

Boys’ Town is run exactly like a town. Boys’ Town has its own Mayor, deputy mayor, and house leaders act as the Mayor’s councillors. Boys’ Home program is organized, managed and controlled by the Student Mayor and his deputies & councillors.