House System

A child´s mind is a chest full of treasure waiting to be unearthed.

To unfurl the creative potential of the students, the school has been divided into four houses:

Gandhi House

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi has been a stalwart in modern history. The Spirit of Modern India even fifty nine years after his death is guided by Mahatma Gandhi´s ideals.

Nehru House

Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru was the First Prime Minister of Independent India. His vision has given us the country we live in today. Nehru is known across the world for his Non Aligned Movement and the ingenuity, with which he formulated India's foreign policy.

Subhash House

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose was a prominent leader of the Indian National Congress. He later formed the Indian National Army which attempted to end British Rule in India by military conflict. He continues to be one of India's most revered historic figures.

Tagore House

Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore was a Nobel Laureate and one of the most influential writers of Modern India. The Gurudev surrendered his Knighthood to protest against the British Rule in India. Tagore endowed Gandhi with the title of Mahatma

To open new vistas of learning and to widen their horizon, the students are made to participate in various interhouse events – dances, skits, debates, rangoli, poster making, poem recitation, calligraphy, Quiz, etc. thereby enhancing their hidden talents and creativity. A spirit of healthy competition and the value of doing one´s best – irrespective of winning or loosing is inculcated into students via these competitions.