Community Service

“Volunteers are not paid, not because they are worthless, but because they are priceless.” – Sherry Anderson

On an average, when people think about community service, they assume that volunteering is just ‘hours we need to be able to graduate’ and that is it. Community service is more than just hours; community service is based on the acts performed by someone with the purpose of helping or bringing benefits to his or her community.

The school is actively involved in Community Service Program’s like:

Teaching individuals who had no formal education

Arranging street plays on-

(a) Water conservation
(b) Swach bharat Abhiyan

Awarness Campaigning programms on-

(a) Women Empowerment
(b) Hindu marriage act

Blood donation – It was organized by MB power where many teachers of our school took active part.

The objective behind is to sensitise children towards the needs and sufferings of their fellow men and to instill in them strong values which make them better human beings. It also develops in students a sense of responsibility towards society and motivates them to extend their help and support to the needy.