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Inter House

The school is divided into four houses: Himalaya, Nilgiri, Shivalik, Vindhyachal.

The house system plays a prominent role in promotion of co curricular activity and for all round development of the child. Each student is allotted a particular house. Each house governed by House Master and assisted by House Captain and Vice Captain.


It is world's highest mountain range with its tallest peak mount everest. The Himalaya is known as “Kailasa” in Sanskrit which means "Crystal". The Himalaya range spans the ten states of India namely Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram and Tripura as well as hill region of Assam and West Bengal.


The nilgiri range or literally the "Blue Mountains" are the name given to the range of the mountain panning across the states of Ooty in Tamil Nadu and Kerala in Sounthern India. The Nilgiri Hills offers spectacular picture sque beauty and refreshing climate due to lavender blue flowers to the famous strobilanthes that bloom to the hills in floral profusion during the season.


Shivalik literally means "Tresses of Shiva". It is a outermost range of himalayas. Some narrow valleys are found between shivalik and himachal they are called "DUNS". For eg. Dehra Dun. Shivalik or the lower Himalayas is a beautiful, wide variety of bio diversity, pleasant climate and numerous tourist spot.


Vindhyachal is a range of older rounded mountains and hills in west central India. It runs across most of the central India 1050 Kilometers. They are believed to have been formed by wastes created by weathering of ancient aravali mountains. The Southern slope is drained by Narmada River and Northern slope are drained by Tributaries of Gangas including kalisingh, Parbati, Betwa, Ken, Son, Tons.