Admission Open for Academic year - 2020-21 for Nursery to Class III. Online lectures have started.


Kindergarten (K.G.) is a place where a child feels at home away from home. The warmth and supportive atmosphere of home is replicated here. A child's natural curiosity and joy in exploring its environment is given full rein. Here the kids get a head-start for their formal education. The Kindergarten Section includes Play Group, Nursery, Jr. KG (Pre-Transition) and Sr. KG (Transition). The Kindergarten is organized to welcome the children in the best conditions and respect the educational needs of every child. Well trained teaching faculty gives special emphasis on emotional, intellectual, physical development of each child with individual attention and personal care. The play way methodology along with stories music, dance, rhymes group activities and physical education are incorporated in the syllabus. Stage activities help the children to develop their talents, overcome stage fear and develop confidence. Children are trained here in conversation and story narration. The activities like building with blocks puzzles, reproducing shapes and patterns, stringing beads help in developing hand and eye co-ordination. Kindergarten improves children's prospects for success in school and helps them make a smoother transition to Grade 1.

    At the end of the Kindergarten, the child will be able to :
  • Recognize and write most of the letters of the alphabet
  • Connect sounds and letters
  • Listen to and understand a text
  • Count a quantity out loud by using learnt numbers
  • Memorize a series of numbers
  • Name the main parts of the human body and their functions, singling out the five senses and their functions
  • Memorize and being able to sing songs and nursery rhymes correctly
  • Compare quantities, solving problems related to quantities
  • Draw a circle, a square, a triangle
  • Copy in running hand, under the teacher's guidance
  • Feel self-confident
  • Find way about and moving around in a space
  • Use drawing as a means of expression and representation
  • Take the initiative to ask questions or to express his point of view
  • Identify danger and being aware of it
  • Independently carries out simple tasks and plays his/her role in Academic activities