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Houses System

The houses are the intrinsic units of the school. In order to inculcate in children the spirit of healthy competition and sense of belonging, all students are divided into 4 Houses named after some of India’s greatest personalities.

Each house has its own motto and color which gives each one of them a separate identity and spirit.
Inter school competitions: school organizes various events like quiz, solo song, debate declamations, Art & Craft competitions and science and Social Science exhibitions etc. at inter school level to provide open and wide platform for the students to assess themselves.

Project work

Emphasis is laid on permanent learning by the way of PROJECT WORKS indoors/outdoors, in teams or groups as well as on individual basis.

Aryabhatta was the first of the major Mathematicians and astronomers from the classical age of Indian Mathematics and Indian astronomy. His works includes the Arya Bhatiya and the Arya Sidhanta. For explicit mention of relativity of motion, he also qualifies as a major physicist. We Indian must proud that we had such a man making such advance discoveries back in the day when half of the world wasn’t civilized.
Born 476 Ad Patliputara ,died 550 Ad India, Nationality India.era Gupta Empire

Rabindranath Tagore is also known as Bhanu Singh Thakur and also known by his sobriquets Guru Dev, Kavi Guru and Vishav Kavi was polymath, poet, musician, artist from the Indian Subcontinent. He was a Bengali Poet and short story writer who won the noble prize for Literature in 1913.
Born 7th May 1861, Died 7th August 1941 Kolkata India

Shri Krishna Chaitanya Mahaprabhu was a Bengali Hindu mistic, saint and the chief proponent of the Achintya, Bheda, Abheda Vedanta School and the Goaudiya Vaishnavism tradition with in Hinduism. He also expounded the Vaishnava School of Bhakti Yoga based on Bhagavata Purana and Bhagavad Geeta.
Born 18 February 1486,(Nabadwip),died 14 June 1554 Puri,

Major Somnath Sharma was the first recipient of the Param Vir Chakra, India’s highest military decoration. He was commissioned into the 8th Battalion, 19th Hyderabad Regiment, in 1942. He served in Burma, during the Arakan campaign of world war 2nd.
Born 31st January 1923 Dadh (Kangra H.P), Died 3rd November 1947 budgam. Education: Sherwood college, royal military College Sandhurst.