The adventure cum sight seeing tour of students left for chail and Mashobra along with Mrs. Rashmi, Mrs.Smita Agrawal and Mr. Ramesh on 31st May’15. This is in conformity with the policy of the school to continue to expose students to get experience of these adventure activities, explore nature and develop the confidence of taking care of themselves away from their parents. The teachers though shall not only be their guides, care-takers but also foster-parents.
Time to time school is organizing 1 day trip or picnic to make students aware about different aspects of society. Students had visited post office to understand postal activities, collection and dispersal of letters, documents, parcels etc. Students of class XI and XII had visited bank to know about different kind of accounts, savings, and policies .Nursery class students went on picnic in local parks and farm house and spent some time with nature. Students of class VII and IX had visited buffalo research centre and get information on their breeding, care and management and attended seminar on agricultural practices. Students also visited army cantt and experienced the glory of army life; discipline maintained by the army man is commendable
A group of teachers from St. Kabir’s School and Siddharth International School visited the valley from 02 Jun 14 to 08 Jun 14 on a sight seeing cum study tour. The aim was to study the varied forms of flora available in the valley and the feasibility of raising the same in the climate of Hisar. Also to study the reason for the longevity of chinar tree and investigate the genetic code for this factor and if the same could be genetically engineered in Royal Palm/ sheesham.
The tour was successful on both the accounts. Some of the photos of various places visited by the group are in the gallery .
Students visited the Indian parliament on 29th of august 2013 to attend monsoon session .Students got the chance to meet parliament member Mr.Devendra Singh to share parliament house proceedings .They had interactive session with Lok sabha speaker Mrs. Meera kumar also. She was impressed with students in interactive session and presented a rare book on parliament of India. Students also visited museum and library of parliament.
A group of 45 students had visited Rajiev Gandhi Thermal Power Plant to collect information to generater electricity by coal.Rajiv Gandhi Thermal Power Station is located at Khedar in Hisar district of Haryana. The power plant is one of the coal based power plants of HPGCL.The work for a 1200 MW coal-fired power plant was awarded during 2007. The total estimated cost of the project is around Rs 4297 crores. The cost of Rs 3.19 crore per MW for this project is lowest among all the power plants. Both the units 2x600 MW were commissioned.Students were enriched with lot of valuable informations after visit
On the occasion of Children’s Day i.e. 14th November, a team of 6 students of the school got a rare opportunity to meet the Hon’ble President of India, Shri Pranav Mukherjee and visit the Rashtrapati BhawanTo mark the Children’s Day celebration, representatives of around 200 schools from all over India gathered at the President’s House, interacted with one another and developed an understanding of diverse cultures, views and opinions, merging into a one unified whole. The students also visited the newly built Rashtrapati Bhavan Museum. A photo-session with the Hon’ble President of India made their visit memorable and ever-lasting. The visit proved a lifetime experience for the students as well as the teachers.