The aim of the club is to inculcate among students a fondness for language and enhance
their literary skills.
The club will provide a platform for:
All the laws, be they central or state draw attainability and validity from the
Constitution of India. Article 49 of the Constitution states that it shall be the
obligation of the state to protect every monument or place or object of artistic
or historical interest, declared by or under law made by Parliament of national
importance from spoilage, destruction, removal, disposal or export as the case may
be. The heritage club will regard students as active seekers of knowledge by throwing
light on the multiplicity of history and cultural experiences that exit in India.
It will attempt to whet a student’s appetite for historical enquiry. The club will
enable students to learn through discussions, class presentations and project work,
share their knowledge through interactive sessions on Indian history and culture
to become lively interactions, devoted to learning about, interrogating and reflecting
upon our society.
The CJMUN club has been set up with the objective of engaging in an authentic simulation
of the United Nations system by learning about the UN system, the skills of debate,
compromise, conflict resolution and negotiation. The students will learn about the
working of world diplomacy through the lens of current events. The students will
be taught vital skills in public speaking, problem solving , research and communication.
The club aims to teach students to develop skills in needlework, knitting and home
management as well as plan , prepare and serve nutritious meals in a hygienic and
They will learn to administer First Aid and basic home remedies for injuries and
The Community Service Club sensitises students to react constructively to disparity
and injustice in modern society, inculcates socially desirable values such as empathy
and co-operation and nurtures the desire of the young to serve the needy. It will
undertake projects such as literacy and educational programmes for adults and underprivileged
children, field trips, health campaigns, awareness campaigns and mass production
of simple articles to generate funds for the needy.
The Environment and Disaster Management Club strives to create awareness of the
need for environment preservation and sustainable use of natural resources, To achieve
this aim, it will undertake practical projects such as paper recycling, fire drills,
plantation drives, power conservation measures, waste utilization workshop and environmental
Francis Bacon said “Knowledge is power” General Knowledge contributes to personal
enrichment and a better understanding of the world as whole. The quiz club will
help foster a desire for knowledge and boost confidence among the children. The
children will be taught to use the resources in library and the internet. It will
also provide a platform for students to participate in inter school quiz competitions.