Boarders of classes Nursery to 4 are given a bath regularly by the ayah didis. Sufficient numbers of solar geysers have been installed and hot water is available in abundance. Boarders of Classes (5 – 7) are made to bathe regularly. Supervision is done by the matrons.
Wholesome vegetarian and non-vegetarian meals are provided to the students by the school mess which is managed by an able and qualified Mess Manager. A high standard of hygiene and cleanliness in maintained in the dining hall and in the modern, well-equipped kitchen of the mess.
Children’s health is supervised by a well-qualified and experienced medical team. The school has a 10-bed infirmary under the charge of a nursing sister. The children undergo routine medical check-ups. In case of emergency, they are taken to specialists at major city hospitals. Sick students are provided with a special diet in order to help them recover fast.
The school hostel consists of large, airy buildings. The dormitories are well-lit and ventilated. Each dormitory is in the charge of two teachers and two workers. Presently there are 5 hostel buildings housing 300 students with wardens and assistant wardens to look after the boarders in each hostel.
Due to the rapid development in the field of Information Technology (IT) and its applications in the business world, the demand for skilled man-power in Information Technology has increased too. One of the top ten skills that every employer of the modern world would like in an employee is an ability to operate computers.
There are Science laboratories having adequate facilities for practical work in Physics, Chemistry and Biology. These encourage students to learn through experiment and research. Students who have opted for science at the 10+2 level, do extensive laboratory work to reinforce their learning.
The library is a major resource of any modern institution. Students cannot acquire knowledge only through text books or classroom lectures. The library is of great help in the fulfillment of their aim because it provides ample opportunities for acquiring knowledge. The knowledge gained through the class may be forgotten after some time but that which the students acquire themselves