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The Price of success is HARD WORK, DEDICATION to the job at hand and DETERMINATION, that to win we have to put our BEST.

Our house BHABHA, named after the famous Indian Scientist HOMI JEHANGIR BHABHA, gets success with such hard work and dedication. Bhabha, born on 30 Oct. 1909, was the first one to become the chairman of India’s Atomic Energy Commission. He also led the first UN conference in Geneva, held for peaceful uses of Atomic Energy. With his great efforts and willingness to get success he was adorned with many awards from all over the world. The most important was the National Academy of Science in US Having been associated with the name of such great personality instils in us the same virtues to hold the flag of our house high. The motto of our house is.


The motto of our house inspires us keep working towards our goal and taste the SUCCESS in every sphere.

The credit for its success of the last year activities has gone to the persistent hard work and devotion put in by our teachers and students. Inter house activities boost up students’ confidence and bring out their hidden talents in various field. These activities inculcate in them the values of team work and co-operation. These activities help them to face the challenges and do effortless struggle for achieving their aim.

Our house has always been at its heights because of the invaluable guidance and unflinching support of our house teachers.

HOUSE INCHARGES -Sonali Mamgain &  Surendra Dev Gaur

HOUSE CAPTAIN (BOY) -Harsh Chettri




Ms Sunita Pokhriya Bisht

Ms Preeti Sharma

Ms Priyanka Dabral





Motto—“Glory till Eternity”

Aryabhatta, the man after whom this satellite was named, lived over 1500 years ago. He studied and taught astronomy and mathematics at the University of  Nalanda. His data on astronomy is still valid and is used in preparing the Panchang, is our inspiration.

Our house motivates children to overcome their weakness and develop   their personality in ascending order. By organizing various activities like Mehandi Competition, Rangoli, Art Competition etc, we give an opportunity to the children to showcase their hidden creativity. Our dedicated team members encourage them to participate in a large no. of co-curricular activities. The main purpose has been to develop better social skills, a sense of co-operation, team spirits, self confidence and self discipline through these activities.

HOUSE INCHARGES- Ms Samiksha Jaweri  &  Mr Avnish Kumar





Ms Archana Gairola

Ms Seema Negi

Ms Avantika Negi

Ms Neelam Pundir






Motto-“ Born To Excel”

Our house RAMAN is named after a famous Scientist Chandra Shekhar Vankat Raman. A famous scientist who was born on 7th Nov, 1888 and died on 21st November 1970. He was an Indian physicist whose ground breaking in the field of light scattering earned him the 1930 Nobel prize for physics.

He discovered that when light traverses a transparent material, some of  the deflected light changes in wave length. This phenomenon is now called Raman scattering or Raman Effect.

In 1954, he was honoured with highest civilian award in India, The BHARAT RATNA. Keeping  all  these deeds and motivational a qualities in our mind, it can be said that if one has a will to do thing, nothing can stand on his way that’s why he can conquer all the obstacles to achieve his mission since his work is noble and worthy. ‘Born to excel’ is the motto of  our house. It is true that we are born to achieve greater and greater heights. It has always been our aim to achieve success in academics as well co-curricular activities.

We will climb the stairs of success with our hard work, determination and painstaking efforts.

Names of our devoted and efficient house teachers.

Our inspiring team members are – 

HOUSE INCHARGES- Ms Parul Raturi  &  Mr Suresh Uniyal





Ms Beena Sharma

Ms Maheshwari Bhatt

Ms Gunjan Jain

Ms Sadhana Kukreti




Motto-“Knowledge is Power”

Our house Ramanujan is named after famous mathematician Srinivasa Aiyangar  Ramanujan. He was an Indian mathematician & autodidact who, with almost no formal training in pure mathematical made extraordinary contribution to mathematical analysis, number theory, infinite series, continued fractions living in India. With no access to larger mathematical community, which was centred  in Europe at the time, Ramanujan developed his own mathematical research in isolation. As a result, he discovered known theorem in addition to producing new work. He is named as natural genius by the English mathematician G.H. Hardy, in the same league as mathematician such as Euler & Gauss.

In Dec, 2011 in recognition of his contribution to Mathematics, the Government of India declared that Ramanujan’s birth date (22 Dec) would be celebrated as National ‘Mathematics Day’ & declared 2012 the National Mathematics Year.

Though he died at the age of 32 yet he achieved a lot in a very short span of his life. He has always been a source of inspiration and motivate us to do hard work to achieve our goal.

The students of our house reflect the basic characteristics and   participate   with great zeal   and enthusiasm in all cultural activities and  always stand out with flying colours.

Names of our devoted & efficient house teachers who are always ready  with our constant guidance & round the clock motivation.

HOUSE INCHARGES-Ms Aruna Nautiyal  & Mr Amit Gupta


HOUSE CAPTAIN(GIRL)-Archana Prajapati



Mr Sanjay Kukreti

Ms Meena Dhiman

Ms Poonam Chawdhary