The school Library is open to all bonafide students of the school. All classes are provided with at least one library period per week. Students have to observe the following rules :
The House System provides a good platform for the holistic development of students. It forms the basis of all competitions in the school and promotes team spirits, group loyalty and healthy competition. The school is divided into four Houses after the names of the Indian Rivers, i.e Yamuna, Tsangpo, Dihang, Lohit. Our Clubs are: Maths Club, Eco Club, Science Club, Dramatic Club, Music Club, Health & Wellness Club & Lan- guage Club. Students compete for the Inter - House competitions, demonstrating their talents and skills to bring glory to their respective Houses.
Career Counsellors are called from time to time to make students aware of the various career options available. They help them to decide what career to take up according to their aptitude and ability. Experts from different fields are also invited to talk to the chil-dren.
Classes receive audio visual education as and when required. Film shows are arranged keeping in mind the requirements of each class. The school’s Multi - Purpose Hall pro- vides opportunities for Screening Films, Lectures Programmes Inter-House Competi- tions etc.
Smart Boards are installed in the classes to make the teaching learning very interest- ing, engaging, entertaining and informative.
The school has implements Adolescent Education Programme which deals with the psychological and emotional issues of adolescents to help them to grow into well-bal- anced individuals through individuals and group counselling, yoga and meditation.
Parents-Teachers meet are held in an academic session. It is mandatory for all parents / guardians to attend all PTM’s as and when called for by the School authorities. Stu- dents’ Report Cards are handed over to the parents / guardians which they must sign and return to the class teacher within 2/3 days. (In case of loss duplicate). In addition, parents / guardians may discuss regarding development / progress of their children on an ongoing basis with the respective class teachers/sub. Teachers/Principal/Headmis- tress and can meet them personally with prior appointment.
Serious offences which reflect adversely on a student’s conduct e.g. breaking bounds, disobedience, telling lies, indicate the award of a yellow card which deprives the offender of availing any privileges in the school for a week. He/she is not allowed to attend any programme, picnic or outing while on a yellow card. The award of three yellow cards in an academic year in quick succession may lead to the expulsion of the offender from the school on disciplinary ground.
Note: The school reserves the right to modify the rules without prior notice.
The following measures will be adopted to enforce discipline:
"What makes a child gifted and talented may not always be good grades in school, but a different way of looking at the world and learning."