Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Sports Day!

One of the major events of the school is Sports day!Requires a lot of hard work.That is over!
Now just Final Examinations remain in this session!

Friday, December 10, 2010

Cultural Exchange Program

A cultural exchange program was held in our school where in four students and two coordinators from U.S visited our school and stayed with us two days.We welcomed them with specially handmade cards and garlands.We presented Indian dances and songs in front of them.Such type of programs offer  a unique opportunity to immerse  in another culture and make a difference in a child's education!It promotes the cultural understanding, academic development, environmental consciousness and world peace.It also helps young people the opportunity to be global citizens, to change the world, and to get experience and skills that matter today.

Saturday, October 23, 2010

OUR FOOT BALL TEAM ready for CBSE Cluster Tournament!

11th OCTOBER 2010


23rd OCTOBER 2010

Vegetable carving Activity for Pre-Primary!

22nd OCTOBER 2010

A mission to protect our monuments!

13th OCTOBER 2010
The students of class IX and X were taken to the ancient monuments of Jaipur namely City Palace and Jantar-Mantar. Apart from these two, they were also taken for a visit to Govind Devji Temple, one of the ancient temple of Jaipur. This trip was based on their CCE activity.
Students took banner’s in their hands highlighting and spreading message for preserving and protecting the monuments.
The banner’s highlighted the following –
1.    “Protect our monuments,
Protect our Culture”.
2.    “Donot make our
Monuments Dirty”
3.    “Do not throw garbage
in our Monuments”.
Purpose of the visit –
To spread awareness among people to preserve and protect the monuments, and thereby preserve Indian culture.

Thursday, October 21, 2010


                      FUN WITH SCIENCE


To pay tribute to D.Udaya Kumar our school students performed a show presenting the symbol.
15th AUGUST 2010
An Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) post-graduate student D Udaya Kumar has designed the new Indian Rupee symbol of its own.The new symbol, designed by Bombay IIT post-graduate D Udaya Kumar, was approved by the cabinet — reflecting that the Indian currency, backed by an over-trillion dollar economy, was finally making its presence felt on the international scene.Kumar’s entry was chosen from 3,000 designs competing for the currency symbol. He has got an an award of Rs 2.5 lakh.
                  “It is a perfect blend of Indian and Roman letters — capital ‘R’ and Devanagri ‘Ra’ which represents rupaiah, to appeal to international and Indian audiences… My design is based on the tricolour, with two lines at the top and white space in between,” a visibly-happy Kumar said.