Where Service & Experience make the Difference

CBSE Affiliation No. 1130650


Smart Class

New inventions give us roots; re-design helps us create the future. The year was 2003. That year, something that had remained unchanged for centuries- the classroom- changed forever. Smart class came into being. It was a paradigm shift that did what no one had thought of before: bring technology into the classroom. It empowered the teacher with well researched, mapped to curriculum digital modules which she could project right in the classrooms to elucidate and explain concepts. The result was nothing short of amazing. Classrooms came alive and the perennial tug of war between the teacher’s challenge to explain and students’ struggle to understand gave way to an inspired participation in the journey of discovering new concepts.

Field Visits.

A field trip or outing is a journey by a group of people to a place away from their normal environment. When done for students.

The purpose of the trip is usually observation for education, non-experimental research or to provide students with experiences outside their everyday activities, such as going camping with teachers and their classmates. The aim of this research is to observe the subject in its natural state and possibly collect samples. Field trips are also used to produce civilized young men and women who appreciate culture and the arts. It is seen that more-advantaged children may have already experienced cultural institutions outside of school, and field trips provide a common ground with more-advantaged and less-advantaged children to have some of the same cultural experiences in the arts.
Field trips are most often done in 3 steps: preparation, activities and follow-up activity. Preparation applies to both the student and the teacher. Teachers often take the time to learn about the destination and the subject before the trip. Activities that happen on the field trips often include: lectures, tours, worksheets, videos and demonstrations. Follow-up activities are generally discussions that occur in the classroom once the field trip is completed.

  • School Bus Facility.
  • RO Purified – Drinking water.
  • Spacious classes.
  • Pigeon-holes in each class.
  • Sports Club.
  • Unique sitting arrangement at each level (grade).
  • Natural Light, cross ventilation, fresh air & zero pollution of air and sound.
  • Porch has natural light.
  • Playzone Area.
  • Green Gym.