Extra Curricular Activities


Some lines regarding and explaing Extra curricular activities provied by school

Music and Dance

Music and dance are important segments of the school extra-curricular activities at the primary, lower secondary & secondary levels, which form a regular part of the school daily routine. The activities of dances are organized at Primary and Lower Secondary levels all throughout the session by separate professional trainers.
Music classes are also held regularly up to lower secondary level by a professional music teacher who is in charge of an entire set of musical instruments.
The occasion of the Parents' Day gives the students an opportunity to display their talents of music and dance on the stage and this helps them gain confidence by exposing themselves in front of a large audience.


Drawing and painting are given special emphasis at the primary level and students are encouraged to make drawings for display in the school exhibition. The school occasionally organizes painting competitions in the school and at times sends students to inter-school competitions.


Yoga is an ancient philosophy that teaches control over the mind, senses and body in order to produce spiritual experiences and promote good health through a system of meditation and exercises. From class I-VIII yoga sessions are routinely conducted four days a week by an experienced and trained teacher.
All the students are compulsorily required to take part either in dance, music or yoga.


A neat, clear and orderly way of writing is obviously at the back of perfection for all written forms of academic activities. The school is highly concerned about the students' handwriting improvements. For this end, hand writing classes are organized as a part of regular curriculum by a full time professional hand writing and calligraphy teacher.

Four Houses

Students from I-X are divided into four Houses- Sagarmatha, Dhaulagiri, Kanchanjunga and Annapurna, and each student at primary, lower secondary & secondary levels is placed in one of the Houses. The students are encouraged to participate in inter-house competitions which are held almost every week, leaving the exam times.

Games and sports

The school is proud to possess a spacious ground for basketball, badminton and volleyball. It aims to organize as well as to participate in inter-school and inter-college tournaments from time to time. Besides, it also has facilities for various indoor games like, table tennis, carom etc. All such outdoor and indoor sports activities are monitored by a full time skilled and qualified sports instructor.  For games such as volleyball & football requiring bigger fields, students are taken to public and private playgrounds.


We believe that every child has a unique inherent computing talent, which can be brought out by a regular ancient way of practice. For this we also have compulsory Abacus classes to primary level students conducted by trained teachers. This not only sharpens their computing skill but also helps them to boost their concentrating power and memory level. Abacus teaching helps children to dev?elope an active approach to calculation. The standard abacus can be used to perform addition, subtraction, division and multiplication. The abacus can also be used to extract square-roots and cubic roots. The abacus is a mechanical aid used for counting; it is not a calculator in the sense we use the word today.
One particular use for the abacus is teaching children simple mathematics and especially multiplication; the abacus is an excellent substitute for rote memorization of multiplication tables, a particularly detestable task for young children. The abacus is also an excellent tool for teaching other base numbering systems since it easily adapts itself to any base. The enduring interest in this ancient device cannot be ruled out as it is popularly demanded in many schools in Asia, Africa and Europe.



Electronic multimedia aided classes are organized in a separate room. Along with text books, students of classes I-VII are taught Maths, Science and English through cartoons and animations. Provisions are also made for students to buy DVDs for home learning.