Various Events



  • Inspired by the precept “Catch them Young", CBSE introduced Heritage Quiz in schools with the objective of promoting interest and desire among students to learn and appreciate the vast cultural legacy of our country. This enrichment activity has gained a lot of popularity among the students and teachers across India.

    Rajhans Vidyalaya was the proud host of the first leg (City Chapter) of this 4 Tier Inter School Heritage India Quiz Competition 2018, held on 23rd January at the school auditorium. 43 schools from Maharashtra participated in this "mind sport", each team comprising of 3 students. Surprisingly, there was limited participation from Mumbai as a majority of the schools came from Nagpur, Pune, Aurangabad, etc. The first round was understandably the elimination round where a power point based written quiz with 25 questions decided the teams for the second round after a careful evaluation.

    6 out of 44 schools qualified for the Stage II called The On-Stage Round. This round comprised of a mixed bag of verbal, audio and visual questions interestingly titled as Risk or Reward, Jeopardy (the choice is yours) and the Pyramid Scheme. The quiet confidence of the veteran quiz master Mr. Ajay Poonia, and his peppered humour made the show quite enlivening and engaging for the audience. The questions were carefully selected with emphasis given to the North Eastern States and tourism, in general. From the word go, the winner could be easily identified by a long chalk as the champion team of the City Round ; Bhavan’s B.P. Vidya Mandir, Civil Lines, Nagpur won with a resounding margin. They will now represent Mumbai for the Chennai Regional Final to be held in Chennai on 2nd February, 2018 where they will compete against the winners of city rounds of Bangalore, Hyderabad and Chennai. From the four teams, two teams will be selected for the national semi-finals to be held in Delhi sometime in February, the dates of which will be confirmed later. For the next round, there will be 20 teams from 10 different zones who will be divided into four groups of 5 teams each and that will be the National semi-final. Subsequently, 4 teams from each group will battle it out for the final crown. We wish all the best to the winning team.




  • Rajhans Vidyalaya ‘ATAL Tinkering Lab’ was inaugurated on January 10, 2018 by the Hon’ Minister, HRD Dr. Satyapal Singh. School trustees Shri D. D Udeshi and Mrs. Mala Ramadorai, School Director Maj Gen Deepak Saxena, Rajhans Principal Mrs Deepshikha Srivastava, and Burser Mr Ajey Naik, HMPS Principal Mrs. Jayashri Desai, Balvatika Principal Mrs. Babita Chavan, and mentors were some of the dignitaries present.

    Rajhans Vidyalaya is one of the first few schools in Mumbai chosen for the establishment of ‘ATAL Tinkering Laboratory’ initiated by Atal Innovative Mission – NITI Aayog.

    Dr. Satyapal Singh inaugurated the laboratory and then interacted with the students present there with their innovative projects. Next, he addressed the students and told them of the purpose behind launching this project which is the brain child of our PM Shri Narendra Modi.

    In his speech, he mentioned the importance of reading, observing and researching and he shared our PM’s vision of 2022. He also pointed to the fact that INDIA needs to train and develop young scientists for our better future.



    He also highlighted the importance of our Vedic scriptures and urged the students to study them as they are a treasure of knowledge. He was of the opinion that 50% of the educational grants given by the government should be allocated to research projects.

    It was a proud moment for Rajhans as the media coverage received, helped the school in highlighting its achievements. The support and guidance received by the mentors and well wishers will definitely help the students develop a scientific temper and kindle the fire of innovation in them.

    Under the able leadership of our Principal, our school will surely avail of more such opportunities that’ll help in ensuring a bright future for all our children.

  • SPORTS DAY- 6th JANUARY, 2018

  • “It is not an exaggeration to say that play is as basic to a child’s total development as good food, cleanliness and rest.”
    Joanne E. Oppenheim,

    Rajhans Vidyalaya organized its Annual Sports Meet on 6th January, 2018 with fervor and enthusiasm. The event commenced with the welcoming of the Guests – Ms. Fiona Fernandez and Mr. Daljit Singh. The applause and cheers were still louder from the audience as our Principal Mrs. Srivastava along with the Director of the school Major General Saxena ascended the dais. It was a proud moment for Rajhans fraternity to have esteemed guests for the sports meet. The lighting of the Torch marked the beginning of the sports activities, and the highlight of the day was that the students who had achieved laurels in sports ran with the torch. The cadre of the four houses of the school – Kabir, Kalidas, Gyaneshwar and Tulsidas marched with gusto and rhythm to the beat.

    The audience witnessed colourful performances as the students performed flower and hockey dances along with various Yoga Asanas and Suryanamashkar wonderfully.



    The Athletic events started with 100m dash followed by 4x 200m relay, while the winners were awarded medals and certificates during the prize distribution ceremony.

    The culmination of the Annual sports meet was the message from the Chief-Guest for the Athletes. It was inspiring to hear the words of encouragement as well as appreciation for the hard work and magnificent display of talent, which boosted the morale of the participating students.


  • Students of the primary section celebrated Christmas with great fervor and enthusiasm. The students were shown short movies based on Christmas to explain the significance of the festival. The beautifully bedecked Christmas tree was the centre of attraction for all. Santa made a grand entry and distributed lovely gifts while the entire school vibrated with the echo of Christmas carols. The children danced and savoured the snacks served. Their smiles and lovely attire added to the festive mood.



  • It was 22nd of December and the students of Std. XI were all set to go for the trip to Silent Hill Resort. They left the school at 8 a.m. and had breakfast enroute.

    The students got music players, snacks and various games with them. Though the tyre of the bus got punctured and they reached an hour late the students still enjoyed the journey to the fullest.

    When they reached the resort they were all cherry to know that a delicious buffet was waiting for them. After the buffet the students changed and jumped into the pool! A few of the students were reluctant to enter the water but they eventually entered the pool! There were various rides in the resort which they went in a number of times and every time they got adrenaline rushing out of their glands. The clock struck four and it was time for them to leave for school. As they departed the students were offered ice-creams with sweetness overloaded and popcorn for the 3 hour long bus ride.

    The children reached the school at 8:30 p.m. with happy memories.



  • The trip to Silvassa for Std. XII was, indeed, a much awaited one. Having requested the teachers and the supervisor for the trip for months, the students rejoiced when they heard of the final plan that the school had come up with. It was right after their exams and was the perfect way to unwind before they set out to prepare for their preliminary examinations.

    Finally, the morning of the trip was here and the levels of excitement in the atmosphere were palpable. The students set out in buses with their teachers onto, what was, the best two days they were to experience in 2017. The bus journey was accompanied by the usual singing and games. They stopped enroute for breakfast and everything went according to schedule. When they arrived at the Treat Resort in Silvassa, they were asked to pick their roommates and checked in.

    The resort was absolutely beautiful. It had all the amenities of a modern resort and accompanied by the clear skies and cool breeze, the vibe of the atmosphere just set the right mood for the trip.

    The part of the resort allotted to them, had a big lawn in front of the rooms, with swings and a great view of the swimming pool. The students simply dumped their bags and chose to make the most of the beautiful weather by spending time in the open lawns. Soon after, they were provided with some delicious lunch, post which they headed to the swimming pool for a good soak. The students got a chance to mingle with the students of other classes in school and it was really heartwarming to see new friendships form right there.


    The evening was kicked off by the DJ party, which was the part they were looking forward to the most. As students who had been preparing for exams for a month, it was a superb way for them to unwind and let loose, because who doesn’t love some good music and great company? The students set the dance floor on fire with their enthusiasm and great moves. This was followed by cake cutting and dinner, post which the students retired to their rooms.


    The students definitely made the most of that one night and had tons of fun. Early the next morning, they witnessed a beautiful sunrise that made for some beautiful pictures. Later that morning, the students checked out with a heavy heart, but definitely with some memories that would last a lifetime. On their way back, they were taken to an Adivasi museum, which gave them valuable insight into that part of history, and to a butterfly park, where they took a nice, long walk amidst lush greenery. Post this, they were packed into buses bound back for Mumbai.


  • During school days with other activities,picnic has its own significance in the life of children. To add to their memories, students of Std I and II were taken to Kidzania- An indoor theme park on 20th December, 2017. The park took the children through real life role playing activities. Children truly indulged in the hands-on experience of different professions. They learnt the art of earning and spending currency.

    The students of Std III and IV were taken to Lets Play- A zone full of adventure on 21st December, 2017. The zone exposed students to myriad wall climbing activities. Children enjoyed ascending different structures in the zone.


    The students of the Primary Section truly enjoyed both the trips and went back home with bundle of joy and memories.

  • ANNUAL DAY – 16th DECEMBER, 2017

  • Rajhans Vidyalaya celebrated one of its most important events i.e. Annual Day on 16th December, 2017. It was an occasion which celebrated the feats of our 2017 toppers of Std. X, XI & XII, highlighted the achievements of students in sports and which also showcased the talent of its students through the wonderful dance drama performance that focused on the history and evolution of dance in India.

    Gracing the occasion were our Principal, Mrs. Deepshikha Srivastava, Director- Maj Gen Deepak Saxena, Supervisors, Bursar- Mr. Ajay Naik and guests of honour for the evening i.e. parents of toppers.

    Our Principal extended a warm welcome to all the dignitaries and presented the Annual School Report highlighting the achievements of the students. This was followed by the prize distribution ceremony to felicitate AISSE and AISSCE toppers of 2017 for their outstanding performance in academics.


    Next came the cultural show which held the audience spellbound and left them enlightened as the show unfolded. The programme began with the recital of the highly revered Gayatri Mantra from the Vedas which is a prayer to the divine light. This was followed by the most enthralling and captivating dance performances given by the students, as they presented various dance forms ranging from classical, folk, bollywood, international and fusion.

    The dance show was interspersed with student performers giving background information on these dance forms from all over India, thus providing a glimpse into the unique culture and tradition of the various regions in the country.



    The magical night ended with the audience and performers singing the national anthem.


  • Sports and athletics have been an integral part of Rajhans Vidyalaya for years immemorial. Keeping up this tradition, our school organized its Primary Sports Meet with the same flamboyant spirit on 2nd December, 2017.

    The event commenced with the relay races of Std I – IV. The relay of the four houses – Tulsidas, Kalidas, Gyaneshwar and Kabir regaled the audience. The following races were conducted for the primary students-75 Yard Dash, Packing the Bag/Ring, 200 Yard Dash, Laundry Day, Shopping Day, Sorting the seeds, String the beads, Dice on the spoon and Blowing the Ball.

    The audience then witnessed the fun and frolic events of the Sports Meet. The colourful props used for the races and the enthusiasm of the participants was a feast for our eyes. All the participants showcased their true sportsmanship spirit.

    The winners of different events were felicitated for their victorious achievements by the Primary Supervisor and the Principal.

    The Meet ended with a cheerful note followed by a Vote of Thanks.




  • Rajhans Vidyalaya believes in giving utmost importance and respect to the elder members of its family. With this belief, our school organized Grandparents Day on 18th November, 2017.

    The day was filled with vibrant, action-packed and entertaining events. The event started with welcoming all the grandparents followed by activity races designed especially for them. The races included covering of grandchild’s notebook, sorting marbles with fork, packing the bag for grandchild, making a chain with rubber bands and safety pins and family race. The performance of the grandparents on the tracks really amazed and mesmerized the other two generations.

    The grand finale race was deeply touching as it displayed a strong bond and coordination between the three generations.

    The grandparents who emerged as winners were felicitated by the Supervisors.





  • Students of Std. V to X had a fun filled day on November 15, 2017 as they went for the much awaited picnic at various interesting locales.

    Students of Std. V went to the Wax Museum and Snow Kingdom located in the R City Mall at Ghatkopar. The students were awestruck by the wax sculptures in the museum and were also shown a short film on the process of making the statues. Snow Kingdom saw the students getting ready to face the low temperature. Each child was given thermal wear which included jacket, gloves and boots. The students enjoyed playing in the snow, going down the slides and playing in the igloo.


    Students of Std VI went to Essel world. They had an enjoyable day on the different rides like the Dashing car, Rainbow, Thunder –Ball, Aqua Drive etc.


    Students of STD VII, IX and X were taken to Adlabs Imagica. They were thrilled and enjoyed the various rides like D2, Scream Machine, Nitro, Deep space and the fun filled shows. It was a day of thorough enjoyment for all the students as the food and other arrangements were appreciated.


    Students of Std VIII went to ‘Natventure camp’ at Palghar. Students were taken around the 45 acre Wada for various activities in the adventure zone. Their quality of team work, trust, courage, concentration, were tested as they participated in the trust walk, crossed the Burma Bridge made of ropes, ventured on the commando crossing the Jhula Jhula bridge and ladder bridge. Safety measures were followed throughout as students were given a helmet and harness for their protection.


    The students reached at the stipulated time and dispersed with amazing memories.


    “Charity Is the Root of All Good Work”-St.Augustine

  • ‘Memories of our lives, of our works and our deeds will continue in others’; like every year this year too, Rajhans Vidyalaya took an initiative to organise a sports event for the underprivileged children on 25th November, 2017. The main celebrants of the event were the 250 children from Mumbai Mobile Crèches. A ‘Wish-list’ by these children were forwarded to us by the NGO. It included a bag, toothbrush and tooth paste, soap, shampoo, towel, blanket, board games, rubber ball, crayons, art book, sketch pens, tiffin box and water bottle.

    We also provided 5 badminton racquets, 5 carrom boards with coins and boxes of boric powder to the centers. The kind sponsors for this event were Vodafone and SPArmada who reasonably contributed for these children. The students and teachers of Rajhans generously contributed for this noble cause.

    The children arrived in the school by 10.00 am in their respective buses which was arranged by the school. They came from Chandivali, Mumbai Central, Wadala, Worli, Thane, Mulund, Vikhroli and Virar. On their arrival, they were segregated into three age groups – 5 to 7 years, 8 to 10 years and 11 to 15 years. Snacks comprising of banana, glucose biscuits and frooti were provided to them. After snacks the students were taken to the ground for the sports event. All the children participated with great enthusiasm in Langdi, Kabaddi, Hoops in the loop and Tug-o-War. After the sports events, they were taken to the Mess hall for Lunch followed by which we entertained them with a cartoon movie in the Theatre hall. As someone rightly said - Charity is not a duty but a joy, was completely reflected in each and every one present on the day.




  • It has always been Rajhans Vidyalaya's endeavour to encourage curiosity, self learning, and study skills in its students, as well as bring to the fore their talent and creativity. Rajhans succeeded in its goal when it held yet another school exhibition on the theme 'Journey of India from 1947 till date' on Saturday, November 11, 2017.

    Students from all 3 sections - Primary, Secondary, and Senior Secondary participated in this exhibition. They collaborated with group members for research work and teachers helped in facilitating this learning process. The chief guest Dr R. K. Patnaik (HOD Economics at SPJIMR, and advisor & chief general manager at RBI), who was accompanied by our school Director Major Gen. Deepak Saxena, and our school Principal Mrs. Deepshikha Srivastava, spent ample time over each exhibit and listened intently to its description. His visit brought a smile to the faces of the students as he interacted with them, imparted knowledge, shared his ideas, and shook hands and gave pats on their back showing his approval of their knowledge and efforts.

    The various topics covered in the exhibition were- Futuristic development, Diplomatic relations, Healthcare, Economic reforms, Progress in Education, Infrastructure and Defence, Media and Entertainment, Achievements in sports, India's Space Journey, Agriculture and Rural Development, Alternate sources of energy, Progress in India- Houses, Clothing, Transport, and Innovative Science projects.

    The exhibition also witnessed enthused parents arriving in large numbers to appreciate the various exhibits thus lending a vibrancy to the atmosphere. This exhibition is just one of the many opportunities Rajhans has provided to its students, teachers, and parents for a beneficial and result oriented interaction, and every such opportunity only inspires the Rajhans members to excel more in its future endeavours.




    Dandiya as a lively and colourful dance form has gained popularity in almost every corner of the country and so also in Rajhans Vidyalaya. The much awaited event, Dandiya Night Live, was held on 3rd November 2017, Friday at the Basketball Court from 7 pm to 10 pm with amazing zeal amongst the children to celebrate the event. Students dressed in ethnic attire turned up in huge numbers to participate in the celebrations with a lot of fervour. People of all age groups were seen playing Dandiya and dancing to traditional as well as Bollywood numbers. The children’s joy knew no bounds and for some it was definitely an experience of a lifetime. The icing on the cake for the children was when our Principal and teachers joined in the festivities and played Garba with them. Other main attractions included were stalls for clothes & accessories and food stalls offering an array of scrumptious food. The judges for the event were Chirag Vithalani and Preksha Sanghvi who had to look out for the ‘Best Dancer’ and ‘Best Dressed’ from the entire crowd. The money raised from this event would be contributed to a noble cause. The positivity and energy exuberating out of the colourful costumes combined with the enthusiasm of dancing to the Dandiya folk songs made the entire event extremely successful and fruitful.



    It is the supreme Art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression & knowledge…
    Albert Einstein

    A teacher is the gardener who sows the seeds of imagination today which will reap into the leaders and innovators of tomorrow. Teacher’s Day was celebrated on 9th September 2017 by Bai Kabibai Hansraj Morarji Charitable Trust and attended by the teachers of the four schools under the trust. The auspicious celebration commenced with the “deepjyoth ceremony”.

    “When you light a lamp for somebody, it will also brighten your path.” The chief guest- Director Administrator Major General Deepak Saxena was escorted to light the lamp along with the Principals and Bursar. The school captain of Rajhans Vidyalaya, Master Koushin Roy, welcomed the director with a bouquet of flowers.

    The congregation maintained a one minute silence as a mark of respect to our Hindi teacher - Late Shri Ram Chaurasia.

    The enthusiastic students had organized a lovely cultural programme for the teachers. The show began with the welcome song and the wonderful dance performances by the students added colour to the programme. A humorous play – ‘Ajab Bimari ka Gajab Ilaj’ was also staged which really entertained the audience.




    “A day in the School”, a wonderful movie, revolving around the children in the school till they leave the campus, surprised and held the attention of the gathering.

    The students also had an awesome Satrangi dance performance which was well appreciated by all.

    The profound moments of the celebration was the felicitation of the teachers by the chief Guest, honouring them on stage individually with a token of love for their selfless service and commitment as well as their dedication.

    Our esteemed Chief Guest appreciated the motivators and masterminds of our nation for their priceless service of making the budding kids vibrant and contributory members of the society.

    The celebration concluded with the singing of the National Anthem.


  • Students of Std V were taken on an educational trip to the Mongini’s factory, ‘Mongiland’ in Bhiwandi on 11th August, 2017.

    The students were shown a promotional plus informative movie about the different products of Mongini’s and how they were prepared. The students were shown how to layer and decorate a cake. Later, they were provided with a piece of plain sponge cake and ingredients like cream to decorate it themselves, which was very exciting.

    The children enjoyed in the play section and were later taken on a selective tour of the factory where they saw bakers decorating different kinds of cakes. A visit to the cold storage showed them how cakes and pastries were kept fresh in below freezing temperature. The children returned happy, laden with gifts and their tummies filled with sandwiches and pastries.



  • “The greatest gifts you can give your children are the roots of responsibility and the wings of independence.”- Denis Waitley

    The 71st Independence Day was celebrated with great enthusiasm and respect at Rajhans Vidyalaya. The ceremony started at 7.45am in the school basketball court with large crowd of staff, students and parents.

    Capt. B.C. Kumawat (Director) our Chief Guest for the day and Principal Mrs. Deepshikha Srivastava, were escorted by the former school captain Dev Khanna to the podium. To commemorate the sovereignty of our nation, the Chief Guest unfurled the tricolor flag and all in unison sang the National Anthem and expressed the joy of our freedom. This was followed by the vibrant choir group singing a patriotic song that awakened everyone’s feeling towards our nation and was combined with a dance performance. The dancers decked up in the outfits of the Navy, the Air force & the Army raised a sense of patriotic feelings in our minds & soul.

    The ‘Investiture Ceremony’ is an integral part of the Independence Celebration of Rajhans. The newly elected Prefectorial Council is entrusted with responsibilities of leading the student body. Each prefectorial council member spent some proud moments with the Chief guest when they were handed over their badges and sash.

    The chief guest handed over to the newly elected school Captain- Koushin Roy, a framed poem highlighting the importance of responsibility.



    This was followed by the official release of the first issue of this year’s online newsletter –COMMUNIQUE, by the chief guest.

    The outgoing school captain Dev Khanna gave an inspiring speech highlighting a lot of social work which were undertaken by the school during his tenure.

    The chief guest spoke about his experiences, dedication & hard work towards the school during his tenure. He wished the school & everybody present there to continue the hard work for greater success.

    Indeed, it was a day of joy, a day to love and respect our country and make it a better place for Indians to live and experience the freedom, peace and unity in diversity.

    Jai Hind


  • The primary section celebrated Independence Day on 14th August, 2017 by conducting a small programme to instill the feeling of patriotism. Students of Std. IV put up a patriotic song and dance and the students of Std. II recited a poem. The programme concluded with a speech given by our Principal and the national anthem. Children were given goodie bags as a part of the celebration.



  • Every year the student council elections are conducted in Rajhans Vidyalaya to select the students for the prefectorial council. Students interested in contesting the elections gave their names which were followed by interviews being conducted by the supervisor and teachers. The short listed students campaigned with vigour and enthusiasm. The elections were conducted on 3rd August 2017 and the results were announced at the end of the day. The prefectorial council members were as follows:

    School Captain KOUSHIN ROY
    School Vice Captain RIYA TAGORE
    Sports Captain ARYAN CHANDEL
    Asst. Sports Captain AVERIL PINTO
    SGyaneshwar House Captain SHULIN KOHLI
    Gyaneshwar House Asst. Captain ASHLEY D’SOUZA
    Tulsidas House Captain ARUNIMA NAURIYAL
    Tulsidas House Asst. Captain ANSH SHARMA
    Kalidas House Captain ESHA PATKAR
    Kalidas House Asst. Captain OSWIN JOSHY
    Kabir House Captain DIYA BANERJEE
    Kabir House Asst. Captain PRANAV NAMBIAR


  • Sanskriti Art is an organisation which was established with an intention to promote Art in children. It is a platform for the children to show their talents.

    Rajhans Vidyalaya students showed their talent by painting on paper/canvas using their cute imagination. The artwork was framed and selected for the exhibition. The art work was displayed on 23rd July, 2017 at Hotel Kohinoor Continental, Andheri(East).

    On 24th July, 2017 the guest of honour, Mrs. Anubha Deb (Supervisor – Primary Section), inaugurated the grand occasion by cutting the ribbon and lighting the lamp with the children. She went through all the paintings and complemented the art work done by our little wonders. In her speech, she motivated, encouraged and praised our students as well as the organiser for putting up a great show.

    Parents and their little artists were thrilled when visitors appreciated their work. Some of the art work was sold during the exhibition week. It was a proud moment for Rajhans Vidyalaya to have little innocent hands creating wonders.

    All the participants will be awarded certificates, gold medals and cash prizes will be given to the students whose paintings were sold.

    By participating in Sanskriti Art, the child not only gets an exposure to the world but also gets a chance to support a noble cause.


  • VAN MAHOTSAV – 5th JULY, 2017

  • Van Mahotsav was celebrated on 5th July, 2017 in the school with great enthusiasm and fervor. The students of the primary section gathered outside the Yoga Hall. The programme commenced with the lighting of the lamp by our honorable Principal and Supervisor. A student of Std. III spoke about the importance of Van Mahotsav. The Principal sensitized the students about their responsibilities towards the environment and society. The students pledged to take care of their beloved Earth. A rally was organized to foster love for trees and nature among the children. The children held placards with motivating slogans to support the theme.



  • It has been three years since the inception of International Yoga Day, and the enthusiasm with which Indian schools celebrate this ancient Indian art has not yet waned. Indeed, due credit goes to our Hon. Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi for having proposed the idea of celebrating it at an international level.

    Sceptics may wonder at the various benefits of Yoga and might even compare its usefulness to gym exercises. The primary difference between the two is that while gym exercises focus only on the body, muscle development and strengthening, Yoga postures focus on nurturing the mind, body and the spirit.

    Regular yoga exercise done early in the morning and in the evening helps in regulating and connecting both mind and body. It helps in controlling emotions, brings flexibility into our muscles, helps heal and strengthen organs, energises the body and keeps sickness and disease at bay.

    Rajhans Vidyalaya too, celebrated the International Yoga Day on June 21, 2017, and conducted various activities for its teachers and students.

    The teachers assembled in the Theatre Hall at 6:45 am for the Yoga session conducted by Ms. Pramila Dubey, a yoga expert and our school’s yoga teacher. She acquainted the staff with easy exercises for the neck and spine and also suggested postures for a slimmer waist.


    Students too started the day with a unique pranayama session and they meditated with soft soothing music playing in the background. This peaceful activity was followed by various others such as class discussion, poster making, and extempore on the benefits of yoga for the students of secondary section.


    The importance of yoga, its objectives was conveyed through an interesting skit put up by the teachers using stick puppets for the students of primary section. The children were shown short animated films on yoga to bring awareness of the relevance of yoga in their daily life. The students also performed yoga under the guidance of their yoga teacher.


    The senior secondary section conducted a slogan writing competition and essay writing competition for their students.


    Diligent practice of this ancient and scientific art will surely help the students and teachers attain a healthy mind and body.

  • TRIP TO NASA & EAST COAST OF USA- 16th MAY,2017 – 28th MAY, 2017

  • Gone are the days when students were satisfied by touring different parts of India. The quest for international experience led the students of Rajhans Vidyalaya to NASA, where they had some wonderful opportunities to get acquainted with concepts of spaceships, space crafts, rocket launchers and equipments needed for space travel.The students had a ‘sit down lunch’ with astronauts with an interactive question and answer session.


    The students also visited famous destinations like, Niagra Falls, Hershey’s Chocolate Factory, White House, Disney World, Statue of Liberty, and the Universal Studio.


    A day trip to Miami was the icing on the cake. There was never a dull or a boring moment and the students had a wonderful learning experience spiced with fun and adventure.

  • ART FEST – 22ND APRIL, 2017

  • Gone are the days when intelligence and talent was measured only by the marks on the scorecard or education was only about learning verbatim one’s text books. With the combined efforts of an astute visionary amongst us, Our Principal, Mrs. Deepshikha Srivastava and with the enthusiastic efforts of the talented art teachers, Rajhans Vidyalaya launched yet another very colourful, very creative and much awaited Art Fest Event on April 22, 2017.


    This Art Fest Event showcased the multiple talents of its young ones who participated spiritedly in the varied fest activities such as rangoli, fruit & vegetable carving, flower arrangement, pooja thali decoration, mehendi competition, nail art, make-up and hair style, craft competition, photography and short film making.




    Amol Gupte, a veteran from our film industry, and the man behind the success of children centric films such as Taare Zameen Par, Stanley ka Dabba and Hawaa Hawai, was the chief guest and Iram Shaikh, an architect and interior designer by profession was the guest of honour for the evening.


    As is customary, the evening unfolded with the lighting of the lamp by our Principal, the guest for the evening, the school supervisors and bursar Mr. Ajay Naik. This was followed by an introduction of the chief guest and guest of honour by the school captains. The guests were then presented with a Tulsi plant and a painting as a token of appreciation after which they spoke eloquently about the importance of art and need to explore and nurture the imagination of young ones which could open various avenues for them in life.


    The theme for the Art Fest was “Retro” and the evening lived upto this theme. Students came dressed as village belles and sat on swings hanging from a tree, they rode bicycles adorned with blinking lights, and they posed if front of a VW beetle and clicked pictures & selfies. All creations by students were put on display and were appreciated by parents and teachers alike.

    This enchanting evening which made our school come throbbingly alive helped reiterate that not only does art nurture creativity, but with its ability to bring smiles and laughter, it is also important for one’s health and well-being.


    Art, an abettor of creativity, and a catalyst for social change and enrichment will always have a special place in the hallowed halls of Rajhans Vidyalaya, and it will continue to be celebrated through more spectacular Art Fest Events in the coming years.