Events and ActivitiesSaraswati Pooja
As per School tradition a Havan is conducted on the designated day in which the Board class students (of Classes X and XII) seek the benign blessings of Goddess Sarswati ahead of their Board examinations.
Writing /Paragraph Writing Competition
There was a paragraph writing competition for senior section and writing competition for junior section held in the month of april 2016, it is a step to improve writing skills.
Movie "KUNG FU PANDA3 " trip was arranged by school for pre-primary to 5th standard students in MAY 2016.
Picnic Trip to WOW and Oyester's water park
A picnic trip was arranged by school in May 2016 to Worlds of wonder(noida) -10th to 12th and Oyester's water park (gurgaon)- 6th to 9th.Children enjoyed their a lot.
Mother's card Making Competition
This competition held in Ist week of May2016 to celebrate Mother's day(8th May) for junior section.children took part with enthusiasm.
Lemonade Making activity took place in may 2016 for Pre-primary section .Students made lemonade with the help of teachers .Teachers enlighten students with the benefits of taking lemonade in this hot weather.
The House System
The house system is used within the school to foster teamwork and a healthy spirit of competition is encouraged amongst the Houses. Team trophies and individual prizes are awarded for sports and other activities.
Each house is under control of House In-charge who acts as a friend and guide to the students. House Captains, senior and junior Prefects are trained to shoulder responsibilities to help the House In-charge in efficient running of their respective Houses.
Aryabhat – For his Creativity. |
House colour Yellow.
Born 1525 ago, Aryabhat was a great mathematician and astrologer. His pioneering book 'ARYABHATEEY' contained simple formulae for all branches of mathematics and trigonometry. Aryabhat was the first person who had used the value of pie for circular shapes. He calculated that one year consisted of 365.2586805 days way ahead of any mathematician of his era. Aryabhat was the first person who surprised the world that earth was round in shape and revolved around its own axis. He proved how solar and lunar eclipses occurred. Till then such eclipses were considered to be demon grips over sun and moon.
Chanakya – For his Vision. |
House colour Red.
Bord around 2350 years ago near modern day Patna, Vishnugupt assumed the name of Acharya Chanakya for his rock solid determination. He single handedly organized an army to reverse the better equipped and till then victorious army of Alexander. He molded young Chandragupta in to a great King and founder of the Great Maurya Empire. Chanakya Niti or theory is referred to this day for management of national administration, diplomacy, trade and education. As Kautilya he authored the great book 'ARTHSHASTRA' containing economic theory to manage State economy and exchequer. His basic rule of taxation have withstood the test of time and are as relevant today as the same were relevant in his time.
Vikramaditya – For his Valour. |
House colour Green.
Vikramaditya was one of the greatest Kings of India who ruled nearly 2100 years ago for only 35 years. Till today that period is considered the golden era of Indian nationhood. His capital was Ujjain and he hwas the symbol of justice and kindness. He was not only a great warrior but also had keen interest in art, music and literature. He appointed not one but several eminent persons who could be ranked individually as a 'YUGPURUSH'. His court of Navratnas included such personalities as Mahakavi Kalidas and Vaid Dhanwantri. Maharaja Vikramaditya was the author of the time tested scientifically calculated lunar calendar 'VIKRAMI' samvat 57 years before the English calendar and referred to all over India and by Indians all over the world even today.
Rani Laxmi Bai – For her Patriotism and symbol of 'Naari Shakti'. |
House colour Blue.
Rani Laxmi Bai of Jhansi is the epitome of velour, courage, confidence, sacrifice and patriotism was born in 1835. As a celebrated revolutionary she laid the foundation for our first war of independence in 1857. Rani Laxmi Bai bravely fought aginst the out numbered and better equipped British army from June 1857 to March 1958. She preferred to sacrificed her life than live as a subordinate under foreign rule. British rulers wanted to usurp the Kingdom of Jhansi by deceipt. Rani Laxmi Bai challenged the mighty English Empire and told them point blank "I will not give my Jhansi, never". British army could not enter Jhansi till she was alive. Rani Laxmi Bai is the shining example of 'Naari Shakti' and has been immortalized by that famous poem 'KHOOB LARRI MARDANI VEH TO KHANSI WALI RANI THI'.