Co-Curricular and Extra-Curricular Activities:

The co-curricular and extra- curricular activities are designed for the all round development of the peoples, spiritual, intellectual, social, cultural and physical growth.

Students are free to join any one of the extra curricular activities and of the groups

  • Abacus
  • Vedic Maths
  • Foundation course Programme (Integrated SSC+CBSC+ICSE Syllabus)
  • Music
  • Dance
  • Karate
  • Skating
  • Chess
  • Yoga
  • Science Club
  • Eco (NGC)
  • CHIN (Childrens Initiative Net work)
  • Media Club
  • Fine Arts
  • Scouts and Guides
  • Literary Club

The Spiritual Formation: This helps the Pupil to deepen his/her relationship with God as a loving father and to grow in love and respect for all people as brothers and sisters. Activities which promote spiritual formation are designed by the School.

Commitment to Social Development: includes an awareness of and respect for the diverse aspects of the Indian social milieu and a readiness to contribute constructively to the creation of a just society.

With a view to create social awareness and concern, the pupils are given exposure programmes on poverty, illiteracy, gender injustice and allied evils.

The pupils are expected to render their service to their less fortunate brethren according to their age and capacity.

Cultural Development: In this era of cultural invasion by Mass Media, the pupils are educated to appreciate the Indianness and the richness of our culture and at the same time respect other cultures too.

The pupils are educated to appreciate beauty in whatever form it presents itself. The inner beauty of the human person created in the image of God who is infinite Beauty. Truth and Goodness is emphasized.

Growth Groups :

All the students are provided opportunities for growth and development of their personality and talents through the weekly functioning of various groups and extra curricular activities. In activity groups, the young people feel a greater sense of belonging, feel to express their abilities and talents and to develop them. In Salesian educational practice the group is an indispensable methodological choice because it responds to the needs and demands of youth.

The group responds to the need to belong and to be accepted through interpersonal relationships. In response to the need to build one’s identify, the group offers experiences that promote responsibility, initiative, creativity and working together.

Growth in personality of the pupil includes all that enables a girl or boy to become aware of his/her God-given talents and to develop them to their full potential for the glory of God and the service of Society. Opportunities are provided for curricular and extra curricular activities such as house system, camps, leadership training course etc. To enable the pupil to develop leadership qualities, organizational skills, self expression and character. Working together in a spirit of reciprocity and communion is strongly affirmed. All unhealthy competition and the structures which foster if are strongly discouraged.

Auxilium Youth MovementWe, Salesian Sisters are educators by our call. Our mission is to work for the poor and abandoned youth and give them a ray of hope for the future. “That they may have life and have it to the full” is our focus.

Auxilium Youth Movement invites anyone and everyone who is young and interested to become a part of the Salesian Family, to join this movement and enjoy the benefits. Life is a gift and a task and everyone is looking for meaning in life. The more one discovers the treasure that is within oneself and becomes capable of sharing that treasure with others, then he or she has found the source of happiness

Remember young people, today is your day!

Don Bosco, our Founder, and St. Mary Mazzarello our Co-foundress loved young people and spent all their lives for their welfare. The Salesian Sisters are here to do the same. Join this Movement and let it expand!