Important Notice
Updated 30/7/2014
FROM PRESIDENT'S DESK
"On the mountains you can never climb in vain: either you will reach a point higher up today, or you will be training your powers so that you will be able to climb higher tomorrow".

Friedrich Nietzsche

I have the extraordinary privilege of having served the institution as Secretary for 15 years and as president for the past five years. I have witnessed many turning points and landmarks in my tenure.

Welcome to our School

Our school emblem is oval in shape, with an arch at the base. In the centre is a cylindrical design 'Dharmachakra', the symbol of Jainism. At its top there is one dot, which stands for Ahimsa or Non- violence. The three dots below it stand for Truth, Peace and Sacrifice. The 'Swastika' below it stands for auspiciousness. Next, there is the sign of the hand which stands for Abhaya or assurance, that whoever protects dharma or righteousness is himself protected. The wheel in the hand stands for social progress. There are 24 spokes in the wheel, which stand for the 24 Tirthankaras. The sun at the back signifies light. Just as the sun dispels darkness, the school dispels ignorance.

The arch bears the motto, 'Ahimsa Paramo Dharmaha', meaning 'Non-violence is the noblest principle'. Non-violence is the greatest need in the world to-day and we sholud learn to practise it in thought, word and deed in our lives.

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CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
A number of Co-curricular Activities are organized in the School to discover and develop the innate talents of the students. Instruction in Moral Science, Celebration of National Festivals, School Excursions,