Dr. Shiv Prasad Koshta

Our school is fully committed to giving quality education by sharing motivational ideas apart from the teaching-learning process. To develop creative and scientific ideas the school invites great personalities to school Dr. Shiv Prasad Koshta, is a space scientist, educationist and technocrat, visited the school and shared his thoughts & experiences with our students.

Major General G.D. Bakshi (Retd.)

Another great personality Major General G.D. Bakshi (Retd.) who was welcomed in our school and shared his best and toughest experiences to inspire our little ones/stars to join Defence Services and make themselves feel to be proud citizens of India.


India is a country of villages, carrying entire culture in them. The Three Tier pattern of legislation “THE PANCHAYAT RAJ SYSTEM” was organized in the school to make the students understand how the villagers solve their toughest and biggest problems themselves. It plays an important role in preventing the villagers from doing wrong things.


“Do everything you have to do, but not with ego, not with lust, not with envy, but with love compassion, humanity and devotion. To spread this message of Lord Krishna, “JANMASHTAMI” is celebrated every year in our school.


Being a country of festivals and having the oldest culture in the world, we very often celebrate various festivals to make our children understand the values of our culture and the importance of the Army and Police in our life, we celebrate “RAKHI WITH KHAKI” and “RAKHI WITH RAKSHAK” on a day before Raksha Bandhan every year.Raksha Bandhan is a tie, a knot of bonding of protection and love and promise of protection. The school started the practice of tying the knot of protection to the real protectors – the POLICE and the ARMY.

International Yog Day

Yog means addition – addition of energy, strength and beauty to body, mind and soul. As it is a gateway to happiness. For the all-around development of students, we make Yog a part of their regular activity which is celebrated grandly on 21st June every year on International Yog Day


It is said that when a man is educated – only a person is educated but when a woman is educated, the entire family is educated. It is also said that two people can change the world – a MOTHER and a TEACHER. Women are incredible, they are the largest untapped reservoir of talent. To make them and to make others feel this, we celebrate “WOMEN’S DAY” on March 8th every year.


An announcement by the ministry of culture that the birth Anniversary of Subhash Chandra Bose will now be celebrated as “PARAKRAM DIWAS” to honour and remember Netaji’s indomitable spirit and selfless service to the Nation. We celebrate it on 23rd January every year to inspire the people of this country, especially the youth to act with fortitude in the face of adversity.