Awards

The awards listed below recognize deserving candidates. The responsibility for giving an award shall be left to the respective HoDs. The team involved in handling such awards will act in a fair and transparent manner. As such, each HoD and the team must create a process for awarding prizes each year or semester. The range of awards that we have listed clearly shows our holistic approach to our educational endeavor.

1. Academic:

To recognize excellence in Academics, class toppers to be awarded.

2. Creativity:

Ability to think out of the box, (A person who generally can solve problems in a most creative manner.) Creativity here does not mean artistic creativity.

3. Leadership:

A person who has shown tremendous leadership qualities must be recognized. This does not necessarily mean holding a post as the school captain or prefects but in the sense of a student who rises to solve problems when situations demand and who has positive influence in the group.

4. Community Service:

This award for students who are conscientious and goes out of his/her way to take care of school property and always ready to serve and volunteer whenever and wherever the need is in the school.

5. Co-curricular Participation:

This award is for active students who is always ready to participate and try his/her best to in any activity that the school designs. She/he is out-going and takes risk and ventures out to try new things in school life.

6. Exceptional Attendance:

This award is for some one who is always punctual and attends class and other activities where she/he is involved with commitment and sincerely.

7. Talent:

This award is for someone who has an exceptional talent in something: Music, painting, drama, humor, inter-personal relationships, communications, writing etc. Such students must be recognized and their achievements awarded.

8. Personal Growth:

A student who has exhibited tremendous growth and change over time. A student at risk due to some influence or experience turns around and makes a dramatic improvement. Such students deserve recognition for their growth.

9. Any Unique Contribution:

We cannot measure all prizes in students’ growth and education. Therefore, if a particular student shows any unique contribution, let us recognize that too.

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