Various Events


  • From Darkness to Light – Diwali Celebration

  • The celebration of Diwali –the festival of lights came alive at Rajhans Vidyalaya, Mumbai on 3rd November, 2018 when the whole school wore a look with students dressed in their traditional attire assembled in the basketball court for the morning assembly. After the prayers, the arti ‘Om Jai Jagadeesh…..’ echoed in the school campus and added to the setting of festivity and brought out the essence of the festival – celebration of goodness and life.


    Besides sensitizing the students about the ill effects of bursting crackers they also shared the guidelines on saving the mother earth against pollution. The assembly concluded with Principal Ma’am giving away the message of Diwali – i.e. shedding away our vices – laziness (in students) and the habit of procrastination and advising the students to enjoy their vacation to the fullest and come back rejuvenated.

    The students assembled in their respective classes and enjoyed the lip-smacking traditional food brought by their classmates and dance to the foot tapping Bollywood tunes.

    The students dispersed for their Diwali vacations pledging –

    To move from darkness to light
    Shunning Evil and Embracing Goodness

    and return after the vacation rejuvenated.


    A havan was organised in the ATL lab where the Rajhans family prayed for the wellbeing and prosperity of the institution and its members.


  • They say there are so many beautiful places to visit on this earth that one life is not enough. But a visit to the Rajhans Vidyalaya Annual Exhibition on 6th October 2018, could have surely helped you to prepare your travel bucket list. Since the topic for the exhibition was Global Development of Tourism, the entire school turned into a travel guide for the wanderlust soul. The main topic was further divided into religious, cultural, nature-adventure, wellness, sports- (adventure & extreme), space, nautical, bicycling, business, educational and sustainable tourism along with a separate segment on Incredible India and the Seven Wonders of the World. Each class was given a topic to expound and the students and teachers worked relentlessly to put the ideas into tangible forms. Some of the exhibits like the pyramids of Egypt... The Great Barrier Reef.., the NASA project, drew large crowds because of the precision and accuracy with which the models were prepared. There was also a sneak peek at the entrance to suggest the visitors what they would see inside. Like the professionals, many of the displays came with a brochure or a pamphlet which the students had prepared with love and care. The chief guest for the occasion was one of the school trustees: Shri D. D. Udeshi. He along with our Principal, Director, Bursar, Principal of HMPS and Supervisors visited all the displays and patiently heard the explanation of the students who were excited to share their newly acquired knowledge with anybody who would care to listen. From Machu Picchu of Peru to the Great Wall of China and from Lake Baikal in Russia to the Maori village in New Zealand, the exhibition tried to capture the salient features of all major tourist attractions across the length and breadth of the world and supplemented it with information regarding business and education tourism. All in all, it was another successful effort by the school to teach the students through "learning by doing" and the surging crowd of enthusiastic parents and relatives bore the testimony of the amazing creativity, hard work and skill of the students of Rajhans.





  • The Annual Class Concert for Std. III & IV was held on 11th September, 2018 and for STD I & II, it was held on 12th October, 2018. The theme for the concert was “MONTHS OF THE YEAR”. Students performed on the festivals and events of each month with their colorful costumes, props, etc. They showed their talents with confidence and enthusiasm.

    Programmes like Republic Day, Saraswati Pooja, Holi, Arrival & Departure of Seasons, Labour Day, Ganpati festival, etc. were performed by the students which gave them knowledge about the festivals and also developed their speaking skills.



  • If your actions inspire children to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are indeed worthy of the title of Teacher" ---------- J. Q. Adams

    With rapid proliferation of technology in almost all spheres of human interest, jobs are fast disappearing from the market. However, there is one profession that has managed to withstand the onslaught of gadgets. It is the job of a teacher, a mentor, a Guru and above all a nation builder. To pay homage to a great teacher Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan and also to salute the architects of our future, Bai Kabibai Memorial Education Trust celebrated Teachers Day with great fervour and festivity. It provided an opportunity for the teachers of all the 4 Institutions under the aegis of the Trust to convene under the same roof.

    The program began with the lighting of the auspicious lamp followed by the felicitation of the chief guests which included our mentor Mr. D. D.Udeshi, our new administrator; Major General Deepak Saxena, and the principals of the 4 schools. A welcome song by the students of H.M.P.School signalled the commencement of the day's cultural program followed by a thanks giving poem to teachers by a pre- schooler from Balvatika. Close on its heels came the dancers of HMP School gracefully balancing the gagars or pitchers on their heads and simulating the act of fetching water from river Narmada through rhythm and music. This was followed by an endearing performance by the Tiny Tots of HMP School who expressed their love and adoration for the teachers through the song "We love you teachers “. The prospective teachers of Bai kabibai school of Teacher’s education put up a stunning dance recital and won the hearts of all those present there. The cultural programme culminated with a short skit by the students of Rajhans Vidyalaya dedicated to all teachers who create empowering spaces that make learning come alive. After the cultural programme and the customary citation of teachers for their dedicated service with a token of appreciation from the management, our revered chief guest, Mr. D. D.Udeshi shared a few thoughts and reminded the teachers of their august duty.The fun – filled day came to an end with refreshments arranged in honour of the teachers.






    4th SEPTEMBER, 2018

    Rajhans Vidyalaya celebrated ‘Swachhata Pakhwada’ from 1st September to 12th September, 2018. As part of this programme – CLEANLINESS DRIVE, was organised for the students of Std V. They were ready with their gloves on and brimming with enthusiasm to clean the school campus. The students collected plastic and other non-biodegradable material from the campus premises. The collected garbage was then thrown in a designated dustbin.

    The whole drive was quite inspiring and motivating for the students.The students realized that any work is best done when it is carried out by a person himself.It also made the students aware of the dignity of labour.


    The assembly began with regular morning prayers. It was followed by a speech on Cleanliness by Ishita Chaudhary. Representatives from ITC Sun feast Yipee had an interactive session with the students about waste segregation and harmful effects of plastic on the environment. School cleanliness drive was initiated with a speech by Kaeshaun Singh of Std. XI A.

    Our Principal, Mrs. Deepshikha Srivastava reminded the students about the points to be allotted to the cleanest class. The Assembly ended with everybody singing ‘Vande Mataram’.

    The following activities took place:

    • Planting of trees by students of Std VIII & IX.

    • Cleanliness drive by Std V students.


    The students of Std. I to IV were made aware about personal hygiene.



    6th SEPTEMBER, 2018

    On 6th September, 2018 (Thursday) various competitions were conducted for the following classes:-

    • Std. I - Poem recitation in English

    • Std. II - Slogan writing and Poem recitation in Hindi

    • Std V - Painting

    • Std VI – Essay / Poetry Writing

    • Std VII – Skit in Hindi

    • Std VIII – Painting / Plank Cards / Banners

    • Std IX – Slogan / Flash Cards / Banners

    • Std. XI - Collage / Painting Competition

    The science teachers gave a talk on water borne diseases to the students of Std. III & IV. They were taught how to sort out the dry and wet garbage.




    7th SEPTEMBER, 2018

    On 7th September, 2018 the students of Std IX were taken to the peons’ colony where they educated them about segregating the dry waste and wet waste in blue and green dustbins.


    The following competitions were held for the primary section:-

    Std. I – Poetry recitation on cleanliness

    Std. II& III – Storage of safe drinking water, Prevention of water wastage and Quiz

    Std. IV - Essay writing in English



    10TH SEPTEMBER, 2018

    Students of Std V took out a Rally with slogans and placards from school to Vrindavan creating awareness about Swachha Bharat.

    The teachers spoke to the students of Std. VII about Water Management.



    The following competitions were held for the primary section:-

    Std. I & II – Picture Colouring (showing correct & wrong way of cleanliness)

    Std. III & IV – Draw & Colour (showing correct & wrong way of cleanliness)

    COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION DAY was celebrated by a NUKKAD NATAK on SWACHH BHARAT. It was put up by the students of Std. XI for the primary section.



    11TH SEPTEMBER, 2018

    The following activities were conducted to celebrate SWACHH WATER DAY:

    • Swachhata Badges given to the students for Std V.

    • Students of Std VI were shown the PowerPoint presentation on Water Borne Diseases.

    • SWACHH WATER DAY was celebrated for the students of Std. XI with a POSTER making activity on the following topics:

    a) Swachh Water

    b) Water Harvesting



    12th SEPTEMBER, 2018

    The final day programme of Swachhata Pakhwada was observed on 12th September, 2018.

    The school children had put up a beautiful exhibition of whatever they had done over the previous two weeks on cleanliness. Essays, posters, flash cards, charts, paintings, slogans, collage, etc., were displayed in an artistic way. Mrs. Pratima Ghosh, Ex- Principal Secretary, Maharashtra inaugurated the exhibition and gave away prizes for the best entries.

    Our Principal, Mrs. D. S. Srivastava summed up the entire programme conducted on each day during the pakhwada.

    The students of Std. VII enacted a street play on Swachh Bharat which was enjoyed by one and all. Thus, the two week programme ended with great success.




  • The morning assembly held at Rajhans Vidyalaya on 1st September, 2018, saw the start of Swachhata Pakhwada celebration.

    The assembly began with the morning school prayers. It was then followed by a speech on cleanliness given by the school captain Anushree Wagh. The school vice captain, Dileep Devarajan briefed the students about the various activities such as skits and cleanliness drives, to be held during the forthcoming week.

    The whole basketball court reverberated with the oath that was led by Anushree Wagh, the school captain. This was immediately followed by the distribution of Swachhata Monitor badges to the selected students from class VI to XII. Finally, our Principal, Mrs. Deepshikha Srivastava addressed the students gathered and told them about the importance of personal and public hygiene for the creation of a clean India. The assembly ended with the singing of ‘Vande Mataram’.



    Cleanliness and Hygiene are important practices that should be observed by the people of every nation. As the future of our country, students need to be alert about keeping their surroundings clean for a clean and green India. There should be no littering inside or outside our country. Every citizen must participate in the country’s efforts towards cleanliness. A joint responsibility shared with the municipal employees throughout our lives will definitely result in a healthy, disease free environment.



  • FIELD TRIP – 30th AUGUST, 2018

  • The students of Std V, VI and VII of Rajhans Vidyalaya were taken to the InOrbit Mall to watch documentary films named “The Wildest Weather of The Solar System” and “The Mysteries of the Unseen World” on 30th August 2018. The buses were arranged and the students left at 8am for the venue. They were provided with snacks and water in the bus. After reaching the mall, they were taken to the theater hall for the show. They were shown two documentary films with a short refreshment break. They were also given an activity sheet to do after the films were over. They enjoyed the films and the food. Around 12:15 pm, they were back to school. It was an entertaining and educational trip.

    Students of STD VIII were taken to Nehru Science centre on 30th August 2018.There were different exhibits related to the different aspects of science like Physics¸ Chemistry and Biology to cater to the inquisitive mind of the young students. Three short videos were shown. One on pollution and its effects on living organisms, second on Solar system which was aptly narrated and the third one was on Navy Aircraft Carriers (in the dome theatre). Snacks and lunch were provided.Children thoroughly enjoyed the enriching experience and returned with fond memories.


    The students of Std. IX and X were taken to InOrbit Mall for special screening of the movie “Gold“which was organized by the school as part of their educational trip on 30th August, 2018.

    Sports has always been a binding factor for Indians. When mixed with ‘Deshprem’ it becomes a potent combination. The obsession to win gold, to see their tri colour, to hear their national anthem being played and getting the due honour after the quest for independence was well depicted in the movie. The theatre hall echoed with the words of ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’ and the national anthem.

    The students left the hall with high patriotic fervour and feeling highly inspired.


  • On 28th August, 2018, the students of Std.XI and XII were taken for the screening of the movie ‘GOLD’. The students reported to school at 7:40 a.m. and after the prayers, they were taken to the INOX theatre in Inorbit Mall, Malad. The bus journey was full of music and enthusiasm. The children sang their hearts out and even played some fun games. They reached the Mall by 8:45 a.m. The students enjoyed the movie a lot and were very motivated too. The students were provided with refreshments. After the movie, on their journey back to school, the students were rather tired but did not fail to enjoy together. The students dispersed after reaching the school.

    The students made many sweet memories and heartily thanked the school for this fun movie trip.




    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 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 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.