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The internet is a dynamic, educational resource which dramatically expands the classroom by delivering current information, data and images from around the world. The Internet offers unique opportunities to educate, inform and communicate. While teachers will monitor the use of computers by students, ultimately, it is the responsibility of the student to guard against unacceptable information.

Details of the  School Management Acceptable Use Policy for Computer Network and Internet Use, which includes the information summarized below. Failure to observe the following guidelines will result in loss of computer privileges and/or other consequences consistent with the Management and the School policies and procedures.

Student access to the Internet will be limited to such sites as a teacher seems acceptable and makes available. Visiting other sites will be in violation of the school computer usage policy.


Each user will comply with the following conditions:

• Use Internet in support of education and research consistent with the educational beliefs and objectives of the School and the Management

• Accept full responsibility for his/her own exploration of the Internet

• Respect the privacy of others

• Adhere to school standards of courtesy and behaviour

• Promptly report to staff any inappropriate Internet data


These include, but are not limited to:

 These include, but are not limited to:

·         Sending or posting discriminatory, harassing, or threatening messages or images on the Internet or via the school’s email service

·         Using computers to perpetrate any form of fraud, and/or software, film or music piracy

·         Stealing, using, or disclosing someone else's password without authorization

·         Downloading, copying or pirating software and electronic files that are copyrighted or without authorization

·         Sharing confidential material,  proprietary information outside of the organization

·         Hacking into unauthorized websites

·         Sending or posting information that is defamatory to the school, its services, colleagues and/or parents

·         Introducing malicious software onto the school network and/or jeopardizing the security of the school's electronic communications systems


·         Sending or posting chain letters, solicitations, or advertisements not related to school purposes or activities.


NOTE: Students are not allowed to access email or use MSN, YouTube,
Facebook, My Space or other entertainment and/or communication sites at school.

Prof. M. Abubaker

SIS/STC/094/2015-2016                                                                                                              February 8, 2016

Dear Parents,

We live in a tech-world and technology is beneficial if it is put into good use by the right people. We are regularly hearing that misuse of the gadgets is high among the children and it must be limited and strictly monitored by the parents. Social media sites like the Facebook, Messenger, Instagram, Whatsapp etc are extensively used by children also.

Scholars Indian School has strictly prohibited the bringing of mobiles and laptops by the children to the school. If for any educational reasons, the students are allowed to bring with them these gadgets, it will be in the custody of the concerned teacher till 1.45 pm. The school has a committee that monitors the students and the gadgets they bring. The Computer Department of the school has a solid policy followed and strictly to be adhered by all the students when they are in the school.

The use of social media is getting wider usage among school children when they are at home. Parental involvement is a crucial key to address the misuse. The school is not all accountable for the activities of the children when they are home. The parents are kindly informed to always keep a check on the sites your children visit, the messages the children send etc. It is strongly advised not to give your mobile sets to your children in your absence. Parents have to take the accountability of any unwarranted activities children resort to while at home.

This is mailed to the parents as we are concerned about our students even after they leave the school premises. We request the parents to be on alert all the time as children are our most precious assets.

Prof. M. Abubaker