Sow an act, you reap a habit, Sow a habit and you reap a character, Sow a character and you reap a destiny., George Dana Board man.
Parents, now a days, often complain that their ward’s behaviour and attitude is not what is expected of them. They are worried that despite best education and facilities, the child exhibits traits which are alarming to the parents.
As cautious architects of the future generation the parents themselves are responsible in moulding and shaping the influence factors to produce the next generation so that they may follow the culture and set traditions to the best of their advantage. The parents have to devote more time and be the role model for their child. The child in-turn automatically imbibes ‘right’ and ‘wrong’ from what he notices around himself. No doubt the culture pattern is changing, the emotional bonding is weakening, academic pressure is surmounting and social values are being eroded. Hence at such junctions the parents have to be more vigilant to reap good habits from the very early childhood, leading to a strong foundation of character and discipline which ultimately decides his destiny.
We request the parents and guardians to give more time and attention to their children rather than loading them with material amenities.
Be assured we at Columbia Convent will always be there to stand by you and be an integral part in the progress of your child.
With good wishes.
Mrs. Kajal Dixitt