Students are divided into four houses to create a healthy spirit of competition in them in their school activities. The points secured by each student in competitive events like sports and cultural competitions in the school will be recorded and added to the credit of the respective houses. At the end of the year the house that gets the maximum credit points will be awarded the overall trophy.
Science-Art-Culture Exhibition (SACE)
The students put up a Science- Art-Culture Exhibition (SACE) with the help and guidance of the teachers. This is an occasion for the students to put into practice the theoretical principles they study in their science classes and to exhibit the various cultural, historical events and art forms they come across in their social studies and language classes.
There are several clubs, namely, Quiz Club, Mathematics Club, Literary Club, Science Club, Eco- Club, Health Club, Hindi Samaj, Nature Club, IT Club, The Debate and Quiz Club and Social Service Club, They actively function in the school, under the supervision of the teachers. The students are free to choose any club according to their taste and interest. Every student, however, has to be a member of any one of the clubs.
Every year the School Magazine is published by an Editorial Board consisting of staff editors as well as student editors. The School Magazine is primarily the record of the various activities of the academic year. It contains a few relevant articles written by the staff and students, and other creative art forms.
Every class from Std. V to X brings out a manuscript class magazine with articles, poems, paintings, drawings, jokes, etc. The best magazines from the UP and HS are awarded prizes. The class teacher will help the students to create an editorial board and guide them to bring out the magazine in a spirit of healthy competition.
Cultural Fest is a competition in music, dance and other forms conducted for all sections of the school for two days. This is an occasion of celebration when the students give expression to their own artistic creativity and enjoy the creative performance of their classmates. Best performers in each item of competitions are awarded certificates and prizes.
Sports competitions are conducted in the athletic events on the Annual Sports Day. The competitions are conducted on house basis. Winners of the various sport events are awarded prizes.
Special classes are arranged department-wise for all the subjects for the benefit of weak students. Teachers do it as part of their professional commitment to the weaker section of the students.
In order to inculcate correct moral values in children and to mould them into socially committed citizens, one period is set aside every week for value education. School arranges also classes of outstanding speakers in value education. Besides, the students are given instruction on etiquette, code of conduct, correct social behaviour, etc.
Renewal Programme and Orientation Classes
The school arranges Renewal Programme and Orientation classes for all students. The programmes are conducted by competent resource persons. These programmes have proved to be very effective in improving the overall outlook and general behaviour of the students.
Guidance and Counselling Cell
The school also runs a Guidance and Counselling Cell. It helps the students who are disturbed psychologically, socially, emotionally or situationally and enhances their psychological well-being. Guidance and Counselling Cell provides systematic ways of learning personality adjustments.
Parent Teacher Association (PTA)
Parent Teachers Association is a consultative body that gives creative suggestions to the Principal and management for the well being and developmental schemes of the school. A healthy P.T..A. devoid of factions of different political leanings and selfish interests can provide tremendous support for the smooth and efficient functioning of the school.
The students who pass out from the school join the Alumni (Former Students) Association paying a registration fee of Rs.100. They get together every year on a day tentatively 26 December) for the Annual Alumni Meeting.