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Extra-Curricular

Whilst academics will always be important, we also want our students to equally focus on developing skills and showcasing their talent through a range of different activities to develop well-rounded personalities. This is why we make an effort to provide them with a thriving extra-curricular environment.

Developing strong communication skills is crucial to our students’ development. We encourage this in a fun and exciting manner by organizing public speaking workshops and hosting debates on a range of topics. Students have an opportunity to not only express their opinion but do so in an articulate and confident manner.

Creativity can be a very important learning tool. Bearing this in mind we organise art, painting, music and dance activities to hone the students’ creative potential and expression. As part of these activities, students learn the simple and extremely useful powers of observation and imagination and develop a strong sense of aesthetics.

The Dayawanti Punj Model School has 5 student houses- Udai, Dev, Shiv, Jai and Atul. We organize a number of intra and inter-house activities. Through these, students not only interact with their peers but also their seniors and juniors. This fosters a great spirit of unity as children from different classes come together to achieve a common goal.

Through a number of interesting ways, we help create awareness for the environment amongst our students. For their birthdays, students are gifted plant saplings. This way they not only learn how to be responsible towards the environment but also to appreciate its beauty.

To encourage our girl students to become independent, we also organise the Rani Jhansi Brigade. Through this activity, girls learn how to ride two-wheeler and four-wheeler vehicles on campus.

In addition to these, regular field trips and film screenings are also organised for our students. They are also encouraged to undertake vocational training at the Bal Bhavan on campus.