Annual Day

Annual Day is celebrated every year with a lot of enthusiasm, splendour and honour. A colourful cultural programme and splendid prize distribution ceremony mark each annual day celebration. Distinguished students, who excel in scholastic and co-scholastic areas; will be felicitated at the function. Special awards are given to the students who display excellent behavioural traits throughout the academic year. Staff members who contribute whole-heartedly to the growth of the institution will also be honoured at the function. The cultural programmes witness a colourful array of music, dance and drama. Each cultural programme aims to bring to light the values that the school stand for.

Qatar National Day

Qatar National Day is celebrated in the school campus every year with great fervour and enthusiasm. The heritage of the beautiful country of Qatar and the principles on which the country is founded are kept as the main themes for the celebration. Children express their fidelity and solidarity to Qatar by wearing dresses akin to that of Qatar’s traditional dress. The day starts with a colourful procession by the students and staff waving Qatar national flag and raising slogans of love and admiration for Qatar. The procession culminates at the school assembly ground. The official function is followed by various competitions like colouring, recitation, singing patriotic songs etc. in which children participate whole-heartedly. The school also participates in the inter-school thematic parade, thematic show about Qatar, thematic cultural show and thematic song competitions, organized by the community.

Indian Republic Day

Indian Republic Day is celebrated every year on 26 January to commemorate the date in which the Constitution of India came into force. The day is celebrated with great splendour, utmost joy and respect.

Constitution Day

Constitution Day is observed every year on 26 November. The objective of the celebration is to remember and honour all the great leaders who played important roles in framing the Indian Constitution which is a ‘living document’ that guarantees liberty to all the citizens of India.