Facilities

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Music

Co-curricular activities are the outside activities from the regular curriculum programmes of a school system but inter-related and correlated programmes for the holistic development of a child. Education is a process, which is especially designed to facilitate an all-round development of each and every child. An all-round development of child involves his physical, social, mental, emotional and aesthetic development.

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Art & Craft

This includes visual art as well as performing arts. Here they learn to appreciate different art forms, both visual and performing arts,identify the different classical dance forms; different types of painting, etc. Physical fitness Programme : The children are taught the art of self-defence through Karate, concentration and physical fitness through Yoga and the keep-slim-and-trim exercises through aeorobics.

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Dance

Dance your way to an active lifestyle with our popular, energetic and mentally challenging classes. Experience different music styles and choose classes that suit your fitness levels. We offer something for all ages and cultures, including Bhangra and low-energy options. Our classes are a fantastically fun way to help you get and stay in shape. Dance has been proven to increase flexibility, strength, endurance and all round wellbeing.

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Library

A Library is a nerve system, a mirror of any institution. School Library has widerange of books to meet the demamds of each age group to develop a reading habit.Library has a sitting arrangement where 50-60 students sit together. There prevails a deep Silence.

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Laboratories

The School has all the important labs required for the senior secondary level with all the three streams. Labs are well equipped, spacious and fully ventilated. Seprate physics, chemisty, biology and Mathematic laboratories are there with all the important chemicals specimens and instruments required for the teachers and students.

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Sports

Each school day contains two afternoon sessions lasting approximately one hour each which are devoted to sporting and non-sporting activities. Some physical activity is compulsory for all pupils irrespective of age but the amount that is compulsory will depend to some degree on age and aptitude. Many pupils will enjoy one sporting activity and one non-sporting activity each afternoon.

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Transport

School provides transport to the students residing in nearby Areas. However, the use of school bus cannot be claimed as a matter of right and the school may withdraw this facility from any student not abiding but the transport rules or for creating indiscipline in the Bus. (1) Children must travel by the bus that is allotted to them. No change will be allowed unless applied for in writing and approved by the competent authority. (2) In case a student wants to discontinue availing the bus facility one months’s Notice is to be given ot the transport Incharge