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Patron: Anil Mamgain (Principal)
House Co-ordinator: Rashmi Singh
Co-ordinator Discipline & Management: A.S. Rajput
Co-ordinator Cultural Activities: Kshama Kaushik
Co-ordinator Sports: R.K. Nautiyal


The name 'Kashi'(Varanasi) mentioned in 'Rig Veda' is aptly called the cultural capital of India. From the dawn of history, Kashi has been a great seat of learning. It enjoys a place of pride among the educational centers of India. The Banaras Hindu University, the biggest university in Asia built by Pt. Madan Mohan Malviya in 1916, is also situated in Varanasi. Kashi has provided the right platform for all cultural activites to flourish.

House Master : Vijay Tomar
Vice House Master : Kalpana Barthwal
Sports Incharge : Ratan Singh
Members : B.M. Negi, Renuka Jhingen, Leela Negi, Geeta Saklani
House Captain : (Boy) Abhishek Khanna XII-A (Sc.), (Girl) Versha Negi, XII-B (Com.)
Vice Captain : (Boy) Amit Swaroop XI (Sc.), (Girl) Ruchika Karki XI-C (Com.)
Sports Co-ordinator : Nitin Tomar XII-B (Sc.)
Cultural Co-ordinator : Pooja Pandey XII (Arts)
House Prefect : Shubham Kumar XII-B (Com.)


Nalanda is the anicent most university of India in Bihar, India. The site of NALANDA is located in the Indian state of Bihar, about 55 miles south east from Patna and was a Buddhist center of learning from 427 to 1197 BC. It is “One of the first great universities in recorded history” At its peak, the university attracted scholars and students from as far away as China, Greece and Persia.

House Master : Ekta Nautiyal
Vice House Master : Yashoda Josha
Sports Incharge : Amit Payal
Members : Madhu Sharma, Madhu Negi, Ravi Bahuguna, Tarun Dobhal, Krishna Kant Sharma
House Captain : (Boy) Gaurav Rawat XII-A (Sc.), (Girl) Radhika Gupta XII-A (Com.)
Vice Captain : (Boy) Saurabh Kanaujia, XI-B (Sc.), (Girl) Amna Qureshi XI-A (Sc.)
Sports Co-ordinator : Bobby Thapa XII-B (Sc.)
Cultural Co-ordinator : Kaveri Rawat XII (Arts)
House Prefect : Chandni, XII-A (Com.)


Sanchi is a small village in Rasien Distrist, Madhya Pradesh, India, it is located 46 Km. north east of Bhopal, and 10 Km. from Besnagar place for Buddhists and the location of several Buddhists monuments dating fffrom the third century BCE to the twelfth century CE. It is a nagar panchayat the Stupa and they each represent love, peace, trust and conrage. The Great Stupa at Sanchi was originally commissioned by the emperor 'Ashoka the Great'.

House Master : Sachi Goyal
Vice House Master : Smit Gupta
Sports Incharge : Ratan Singh
Members : Arti Uniyal, V.K. Barthwal, Navita Bhatt
House Captain : (Boy) Pramod Kumar, XII-A (Com.), (Girl) Varsha Rani, XII
Vice Captain : (Boy) Yogesh Rana, XI, (Girl) Sapna Sharma XI
Sports Co-ordinator : Alpana Rawat, XII-A (Com.)
Cultural Co-ordinator : Savita Chauhan XII-C (Com.)
House Prefect : Naveen Kumar, XII-A (Com.)


Taxila an important centre of learning As well as of political activities had immense importance in ancient India. It acquired importance under the governor ship of Ashoka before his accession to the throne. A new style of architecture grew from these only due to India's contact with central Asia. Taxila was the capital of famous Kushana King Kaniska.

House Master : Poonam Lakhera
Vice House Master : Kiran Gaur
Sports Incharge : Amit Payal
Members : Neema Jagpal, Shashi Manjhkola, Beena Singh, Jaideep Barman
House Captain : (Boy) Khushendra Singh, XII-C (Com.), (Girl) Surbhi Chhetri, XII-B (Com.)
Vice Captain : (Boy) Sarthi Ghai XI-C (Com.), (Girl) Diksha Giri, XI-A (Sc.)
Sports Co-ordinator : Ankit Verma, XII-B (Sc.)
Cultural Co-ordinator : Pooja Bawaniya, XII-A (Com.)
House Prefect : Swati Lodha, XII-B (Com.)