To instill qualities like self-reliance, dignity of labour, duty consciousness and responsibility towards society, there is no other activity better than that of Scout & Guide. We take our children for outdoor camping to inculcate these virtues in them.
Trekking is organized in the hills and forts in the vicinity for students of Std-VIII to Std-X, during monsoon, to develop their physical and mental strength as well as develop awareness of the environment around us.
Picnics are an annual event looked forward to by all, right from the K.G. Section to Std-XI. A day’s outing not only allows them to enjoy but also brings out their sense of responsibility and social interaction.
Our long tours during the Diwali vacations (for a week to ten days) are an added attraction. Accompanied by teachers, they get an opportunity to visit different places for sight seeing and become aware of the varied beauty our motherland has to offer.
Our academic, cultural and sports activity calendar is packed to capacity, at any given time of the year.
As we have a very efficient ‘House system’, the Council Members of which are elected by secret ballot, our first official function is the ‘OATH TAKING CEREMONY’, wherein the new Council takes charge. The excellentia students are also inducted into the elite group during this grand ceremony.
After inception of the Council, the intra- school competitions begin in earnest. Debates, elocution, extempore, essay and story writing, dance, drama, singing and many more activities on individual and group basis are conducted to inculcate a healthy competitive spirit amongst pupils.
Our tradition teaches us to always be indebted to our gurus for their teachings and to plant the seeds of showing gratitude to their gurus, in the guru-shishya parampara, Guru Poornima is celebrated on a grand scale where students put up a cultural programme and felicitate their teachers.
INDEPENDENCE & REPUBLIC DAYS:
They are the celebrations of a free country and are a reminder that students are our future leaders.
To inculcate the feeling of oneness and think of the student community as one big family, Raksha Bandhan is celebrated and the Rakhis tied are those made by children of Special Schools.
This is one occasion for the pupils to show their athletic prowess and team spirit and is celebrated with the right amount of vigor, fun and frolic.
Our Sports Day is held before the Christmas break, and is witness to a burst of energy and enthusiasm in the form of our mascot, march past, displays, lezim and of course the various sporting events and competitions.
Every 26th January, after the flag hoisting in the morning, our Fun -Fair ‘Temptations’ is declared open. It is a social event that is looked forward to not only by pupils but by ex-students and parents too for whom it is an opportunity to catch up and relive old times.
The ‘jewel in the crown’ of the year long activities, is of course our ‘Annual Day’ a bonanza of entertainment where our best talents are on display. A novel theme every year strings dance, drama and song in a unique combination. The ‘House Trophy’ winners are declared and our in-house magazine is released on this day.