It is the biggest Hindu festival of lights. It symbolizes the inner light that protects from spiritual darkness.
This day marks the birth of the Hindu God, Viswakarma
This day is renowned to define and strengthening the eternal love between a brother and a sister.
This day is to raise the awareness of Cancer and encourage its prevention.
This day is observed to promote kindness throughout the world. It presents us with the opportunity to reflect upon one of the most important and unifying human principles.
A competition to nurture the budding artists and graph up their drawing skills.
A competition to facilitate creative thinking and extensive research and reading on various themes.
A competition to revive the physical energy in the students for their holistic development while keeping the spirit of honesty and camaraderie alive.
It is to pay tribute to the first Prime Minister of India, Jawaharlal Nehru on his birth anniversary. He loved children very much.
To develop self-expression among students, to boost confidence and hone critical thinking skills in them.
This day is observed to celebrate the birth of the first Sikh Guru, Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji, the founder of Sikhism.
No additional detail for this event.
It is to commemorate the day on which the first World television Forum was held in 1996.
This day is marked to develop the artistic form of public speaking among students through articulation, emphasis and gesture.
This day is observed to showcase the athletic talents of students in varied events like athletics, long jump, high jump, discus throw, drill, parade, etc and to create a notch in the athletics record list.
An effort to develop a focused piece of writing that further develops an argument or narrative based on evidence, analysis and interpretation.
SEPT – 2021: Career Counseling Session