School Houses


To work for effective management of school activities, discipline and foster the spirit of esprit the corps the school has established a House System. Each student is allocated one of the Four houses. The names of the houses are Newton, Raman, Aryabhatta and Einstein signifying the aims and ideals for students to work in collaboration and develop the spirit of team work.

  • Newton – Truth is ever to be found in simplicity, and not in the multiplicity and confusion of things.

Isaac Newton is considered one of the most important scientists in history. Even Albert Einstein said that Isaac Newton was the smartest person that ever lived. During his lifetime Newton developed the theory of gravity, the laws of motion (which became the basis for physics, a new type of mathematics called calculus, and made breakthroughs in the area of optics such as the reflecting telescope.

  • Raman  – Ask the Right Questions, and nature will open the door to her secret. 

C. V. Raman discovered that when light interacts with a molecule the light can donate a small amount of energy to the molecule. As a result of this, the light changes its color and the molecule vibrates. The change of color can act as a ‘fingerprint’ for the molecule.

Today Raman spectroscopy, which relies on these ‘fingerprints,’ is used in laboratories all over the world to identify molecules and to analyze living cells and tissues to detect diseases such as cancer.

  • Aryabhatta- The road to success is not straight.

Aryabhatta was the first mathematician astronomer from the classical age of India, when mathematics and astronomy were still in their nascent stages of development around the globe. His works have been extensively used by the Greeks and others in the Middle East.

  • Einstein - Imagination is more important than knowledge.

Albert Einstein was a German-born physicist who developed the general theory of relativity. He is considered one of the most influential physicists of the 20th century.

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