Various Events



    Saluting India!
    Where every bud blooms into it’s true colors,
    synthesizing each day into a celebration of unity and harmony.


    Rajhans Vidyalaya celebrated the 72nd Independence Day with unprecedented patriotic fervour on Aug 15, 2018. The gamut of celebrations held in the school campus was an awesome event.

    The celebration commenced at 8.00 a.m. with the National Flag hoisting ceremony, to commemorate the sovereignty of our nation, Mrs. Banu Raja, unfurled the tricolor flag and the gathering sang in unison the National Anthem to pay homage to the nation. The event was colorful as the students sang the patriotic songs as well as presented other cultural items.

    The students from Primary section staged a wonderful patriotic dance. A powerful street play with the message of cleanliness was presented by the students of class XI.

    The Investiture Ceremony was held and Mrs. Banu Raja presented badges and sashes to the Students Council emphasizing their duties and responsibilities towards the school.

    The Chief Guest in her speech highlighted the sacrifices of the great freedom fighters and encouraged all to serve their motherland, India with body and soul wholeheartedly to bring it glory and laurels with our dignified deeds.

    The function concluded with the vote of thanks by the former school captain Koushin Roy. All were jubilant and joyful to celebrate this occasion.





  • Every year the student council elections are conducted in RajhansVidyalaya 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 7th August 2018 and the results were announced on the next day. The prefectorial council members are as follows:

    School Captain ANUSHREE WAGH
    School Vice Captain DILEEP DEVRAJAN
    Sports Captain SHUBH ARYA
    Sports Vice Captain YASH SINGHI
    Gyaneshwar House Captain MEHAK QURESHI
    Gyaneshwar House Asst. Captain MANN GALA
    Tulsidas House Captain DIYA BHANDARI
    Tulsidas House Asst. Captain NILESH PANY
    Kalidas House Captain ARYAN MACHINDAR
    Kalidas House Asst. Captain VYOM ZAVERI
    Kabir House Captain RAHUL ROSHAN
    Kabir House Asst. Captain ISHITA CHOUDHARI

  • Since its inception in the year 2015, June 21st is celebrated as International Yoga Day all over the world. This idea was proposed by our Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi. He said, ‘Yoga is an invaluable gift of India’s ancient tradition. It embodies unity of mind and body, thought and action, harmony between man and nature, a holistic approach to health and well-being.”

    Rajhans Vidyalaya celebrated International Yoga day with great vigour & enthusiasm. The day began with the lighting of the lamp by our Director, Major Gen. Deepak Saxena, our Principal Mrs. Deepshikha Srivastava and the supervisors. An early morning yoga session was conducted by the yoga teacher, Mrs. Pramila Dubey for the teachers. Various asanas (sitting, standing and lying down) were performed and their benefits were highlighted.

    The morning assembly for the students was conducted with speeches on the benefits of yoga and encouraging the students to take up yoga for a stress free life. It was followed by mass meditation session for the students with a soothing music to relax the body and mind.

    The students of Std VI performed ‘YOGABHYAS’- systematic practice of the different ‘asanas’ under the guidance of the yoga teacher and supervision of the teachers. The usefulness of yoga in the overall wellbeing of a human being was highlighted.

    Various activities like collage making, designing posters and pamphlets to create awareness about the benefits of yoga were conducted.

    The aim was to raise awareness and ignite a passion for fitness among the students. An oath was taken to imbibe and inculcate yoga in the daily life of the students for a stress free body and mind.



  • CYGNUS FEST 2018- 21st & 22nd APRIL, 2018

  • Every year, the students of Rajhans Vidyalaya eagerly wait for the annual ritual, the Art Fest. However, this year with the support of the Teacher’s Committee, our beloved Principal, our Art Teacher- Arun Awasarmol and the Organising Committee: The favorite event of the year transformed into an intercollegiate festival, Rajhans Cygnus. Students from various schools and colleges participated in the creative and attractive events designed by the united ‘Team Cygnus’. The events were conducted throughout two days which varied from writing to gaming, crafts to title pageants, with participants competing and expressing themselves in full devotion. Not only did the first edition of Rajhans Cygnus go really well, but with this journey even the students in the Organising Committee got to learn a lot of qualities like understanding the participants and managing the events. To put forth everything simply: Two months of dedication and Team Cygnus continually thriving to achieve, is what made The Cygnus’18 an event which students from other schools and colleges look forward to, along with the joyous Rajhan sites.

    21st and 22nd of April became two of the most colossal days of a Rajhan site who put his heart and color pencils on the canvas and legs on the field and their thoughts on paper. Being a start up, it was slow at first but gradually picked up pace and the result was, total and utter enthusiasm shown by everyone in the RV campus.

    Students from various colleges and schools came to participate and the working committee of the fest was beyond happy to be of help to them. The first day of Cygnus was fast paced, tiring and hot. With the scorching heat and a great amount of running around, the students were bound to get a bit tired but that didn't stop any of the volunteers or the organizing committee members to wipe the smile off their face, but happy eyes with joyous smiles.

    The second day of Cygnus, however, was the best one as everyone, even the working committee danced their hearts out and cheered for themselves and their crazy hard work that they've put for this fest. The first year of Cygnus was fun, but it was more than that, it was something to learn from and not to say, to build up new relationships. The students learned patience, being calm at the most panicky moments and being attentive, they also got to learn a little but a vital part of the actual, real world there. They learnt that a flattering smile and few kind words can keep the heat of any argument down. Being part of the first edition of Cygnus holds a great deal of privilege in its own, little, artistic way.