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Non – Sporting

Students are selected to participate in the core activity groups based on aptitude, effort and commitment. Participation in core activity groups is voluntary but students are expected to commit to regular attendance. Participation in core activity groups would entail students spending extra hours of practice beyond regular school hours.


m_DSCN4108The ‘core’ activity groups for non-sporting activities’ are Robotics, Indian and Western music (both vocal and instrumental), Dance, Drama and Model United Nations. Indian Music & Dance

The objective of the ‘Dance and Music Club’ is to create an exchange of different cultures related to dance across India. The aim is to learn different dances, understand the music of each kind of dance, appreciate every form and learn to choreograph our own pieces, using the required skills.


Western Music Vocal & Instrumental

Learning to play an instrument involves much more than the voice or fingers playing an instrument; it taps into multiple skill sets, teaches one to be organized, enhances perseverance and coordination as well as a host of other benefits.



m_DSCN9683The Robotics club is an ongoing Co-curricular and core activity led by students and supervised by dedicated professionals and science teachers. In 2015, we started the academic robotics programme as a core activity for interested students. Here the students are prepared on three different modules for a dedicated 60 hours per year. This would prepare them to participate in several robotics Olympiads and encourage self- learning while also staying in touch with the growing technical knowledge in the field. School provides these students with a number of kits and the activity is very popular among all secondary school students even if they are not too inclined towards the sciences.

Model United Nations

Adarsh Education Society Model United Nations, , is a student-run conference that aims to simulate the workings of the real United Nations. It brings together students from all over India and abroad, who take on the roles of ambassadors representing various nations in the world. Aes is based on the fundamental ideas of diplomacy, equality and self- expression. It is an intricately woven tapestry of global issues, ethics and ideals.