In Our House System,There are 8 Houses in the school, named after famous Indian personalities.
The students of classes P1 to P5 are members of Houses allotted to them.The House system plays an important role in promoting the cultural and co-curricular activities of the school.The Houses conduct functions to celebrate National and religious festivals and other important days and events. Inter-House competitions are periodically conducted to motivate students to take part in debates, declamations and other activities. Besides this, the students of P3,P4,P5 play inter-house matches in various team games, like cricket, basketball and football.
House activities for children of classes P1 and P2 are differently planned. It is mandatory for students to participate in House activities and bring the required material on allotted days; which are Wednesday for P3, P4 and P5 and Thursday for P1 and P2.They are expected to wear the prescribed House uniforms for winter and summer.
Acharya Vinoba Bhave House
Acharya Vinoba Bhave House is named after the great freedom fighter and spiritual teacher, Vinayak Narhari Bhave, popularly known as Vinoba Bhave. He was a scholar, thinker and writer with numerous books to his credit, and a linguist with excellent command over several languagesmore info
Chhatrapati Shivaji House
Chhatrapati Shivaji House is named after the famous Maratha king, Shivaji Bhonsle. His subjects gave him the title of ‘Chhatrapati’ or the ‘Chief of Kshatriyas’ for his courage, valour and his ability to protect them. In addition to being an able and competent administrator, he was an excellent strategist.more info
Dr. Homi Jehangir Bhabha House
Dr, Homi Jehangir Bhabha House is named after a great visionary, popularly known as the “Father of Indian Nuclear Programme”. As part of this vision, Bhabha established the Cosmic Ray Research Unit. He conducted path breaking research in the field of cosmic radiation.more info
Mother Teresa House
Mother Teresa House is named after the great compassionate Agnes Goxa Bjaxiu, who dedicated her life towards service to the sick and the poor. Popularly known as Mother Teresa, she started institutions like the Missionaries of Charity, Nirmal Hriday and Shishu Bhawan to work among the physically and mentally challenged...more info
Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel House
Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel House is named after a leader of the Indian National Congress and one of the founding fathers of the Republic of India. He is known to be a social leader of India who played an unparalleled role in the country’s struggle for independence and guided its integration.more info
Sarojini Naidu House
Sarojini Naidu House is named after one of the most illustrious and talented women in Indian history, Sarojini Naidu. She was a distinguished poet, writer, singer and a renowned freedom fighter. Popularly known as ‘Bharat Kokila’- the Nightingale of India, her poems and literary works fetched her worldwide fame and...more info
Shaheed Bhagat Singh House
Shaheed Bhagat Singh House is named after Bhagat SIngh, one of the most influential revolutionaries of the Indian Independence Movement. Clarity of vision and determination of purpose distinguished him from other leaders of his time. For him revolution meant total change of society, culminating in the overthrow of both foreign...more info
Sir C.V. Raman House
Sir C.V. Raman House is named after one of the most distinguished scientists of the 20th century, Sir Chandra Shekhar Venkataraman. Endowed with rare qualities of intelligence and foresight, understanding and observation, he succeeded in making a significant contribution to physics.more info