We believe that Co-curricular activities are meant to bring social skills, intellectual skills, moral values, personality progress and character appeal in students.

  1. SUMMER DAY CAMP (21/05/2018-31/05/2018): The students were involved in the summer camp activities from 10 am -12 noon every day for 10 days. During the summer camp, various activities took place. Teachers trained students dancing and singing. The taught songs and dance were performed by students later on Independence Day and other occasions.
  • 72ND INDEPENDENCE DAY (15/08/2018): The event started with flag hosting ceremony followed by the National Anthem. The entire environment across the centres was filled with patriotism. The students participated in a number of activities like choir singing and group dancing.
  • TEACHERS DAY (05/09/2018): It is the knowledge and values imparted by the teachers that ultimately shape an individual’s personality. Teachers shape the mind of children which in turn helps them become responsible citizens. On Teacher’s day, we made sure that our teachers felt valued at our organisation. The students made cards for their teachers and happily celebrated teachers day together .
  • GANESH CHATURTHI (12/09/2018):  The importance of customs and beliefs are highly supported by our group and we believe that the students must stay connected to the same . On Ganesh Chaturthi, we conducted Puja for Ganesh at our centre and prayers were sung by the students and teachers. We also distributed sweets (Prasad) amongst our students.

 Other than the above stated  we also celebrated Gandhi Jayanti                       (remembering our beloved father of the nation on his birthday), Dussehra ( while emphasising on victory of good over evil), Diwali (the festival of lights, happiness and prosperity ), children’s day , Janmashtami , republic day and Holi as well.