SUPW Work (Socially Useful Productive Work)
Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of the Nation recommended education through craft. He said that handicrafts must be taught not merely for production work but also for developing the intellect of pupils. Keeping this Gandhian view in mind and complying with the Council Rules, it is mandatory for all scholars of the school to take active part in SUPW and Community Service. We have trained teachers to guide our students with their creative talents in their SUPW periods.
In Performing Arts, scholars focus on public speaking, music, dance, or theater and explore a variety of genres, styles, influences, and artists. Scholars develop their creative skills and showcase them work from performing arts classes at performances open to the entire school community.