Well-equipped Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Computer, Mathematics and Home Science laboratories provide the necessary experience in learning the subjects.

The school maintains a well-stocked library with over 25000 books. The books are classified and catalogued. The library subscribes to 45 periodicals and multiple copies of 20 newspapers. The library also provides facility for browsing the net.

The school has embarked on technology integration to classrooms. The programme enable teachers to use digital resourc¬es-3D images, video clips & graphics in their day to day teaching life. This results in a completely multi sensory learning experience for students and helps them to improve their academic perfor¬mance.

The quality of the language proficiency of a student will be more when they learn it from the language lab. A state of the art English language lab is in operation which caters to the needs of primary section students.

The school book store supplies all textbooks and notebooks, uniform materials and other stationary

The School runs a fleet of buses in routes decided by the school to pick up and drop students at designated locations. The pick up and drop locations are specified and therefore parents for whom the loca¬tions are inconvenient are advised to bring and collect their children on their own arrangement/risk.
The School will not entertain requests for temporary change of bus or pick up/drop points.

Separate hostels for both boys and girls are functioning in the campus. Admission to the school does not guarantee admission to the hostels, as the seats available are limited. Details of hostel holidays are available in hostel gazette. The hostel mess is non-vegetarian. In no case, outside food is allowed in the hostel. Students are accommodated in dormitories and facilities like common toilets, laundry and supervised prep are provided. Generally parents are allowed to visit their wards after 2.00pm only on alternate Sundays.

Training on Islamic rites and rituals are given in the campus masjid. Salaah is an integral part of the school day for Muslim pupils, and prayers falling within the school day are said in Jamaat (Congregation) Eminent scholars give moral classes after the congregational prayers.

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