Excursions and Educational Trips

Excursions and Educational Trips

SESSION 2023-2024


Date: 1st December, 2023

Class I students visited the Nehru Planetarium and Pradhanmantri Sangrahalaya on December 1, 2023, exploring the solar system through a 2D show and learning about former prime ministers in the museum.


Date: 30th November, 2023

Class II’s educational trip on November 30, 2023, featured ‘The Ultimate Universe’ at Nehru Planetarium, enlightening students about galaxies. A visit to the Nehru Museum added a historical touch to the experience.


Date: 6th December, 2023

Class III’s excursion on December 6, 2023, included a 3D animated movie and exploration of CHANDRAYAAN-III components, enhancing their knowledge of celestial objects.


Date: 6th December, 2023

Nearly 200 Class IV students delved into the National Museum and Crafts Museum, gaining insights into India’s cultural heritage and craftsmanship.

Class V explored the National Museum and Crafts Museum on December 6, 2023, appreciating artifacts from various eras and traditional crafts, fostering a profound admiration for India’s artistic legacy.



The AIIMS Delhi visit offered students a glimpse into cutting-edge healthcare and research. State-of-the-art facilities and interactions with faculty highlighted the institution’s commitment to innovation. It was an inspiring and invaluable experience showcasing the future of medicine in India.


Date: 2nd to 5th November, 2023

The school arranged a four-day trip from November 2nd to 5th, 2023, for Classes VII to XII to Mukteshwar hills after mid-term exams. 51 students and 5 teachers enjoyed recreational activities in nature, creating cherished memories away from city life.

SESSION 2022-2023



BVM school organized a trip to Dhanaulti & Mussoorie from 14th October -17th October 2022 for classes VI-X to break the monotony and expose them to different ways of entertaining themselves. The trip was organised to provide a platform to stimulate student’s reasoning skills. The students stayed at Camp-O-Royale, Dhanaulti. The itinerary included Adventure activities, Trekking and visit to Mall Road of Mussoorie. The best experience for the students was how they explored the natural scenery and learnt about the flora and fauna in the area.

Dated: 14.10.2022 to 17.10.2022

SESSION 2019-2020

                                  TRIP TO UDAIPUR AND MOUNT ABU

School has organized a five days trip Udaipur and Mount Abu from 30th September to 5th October, 2019 for students of Classes X to XII. The aim of the trip was to provide a platform to the students to refresh themselves. Students visited places of historical importance like City Palace, Dilwara Jain temple, Saheliyon-ki-bari, Nakki lake, Sunset point etc. The trip was memorable for the students. 


Dated: 30.09.2019 to 05.10.2019


Bhai Parmanand Vidya Mandir organized a trip to Shimla, Kufri & Chail (Himachal Pradesh) from 12th October 2019 to 16th October 2019. The aim of the trip was to provide a platform to the students to recreate themselves. There were 108 students from Classes VI to IX along with 11 teachers. Trip was coordinated by Mr. Naveen Kumar, Ms. Pushpanjali Malik & Ms. Vishakha Sharma.   

The students stayed at Chail Villas Resort, Chail. The itinerary included Adventure Activities, visit to Shiv Mandir and Adventure Park of Kufri and Mall Road & Church of Shimla. The night activities included a D.J. Music and Dance programme. Group 10 won first prize in the group dance competition.

Each and every trip has its educational value. The students learnt to handle themselves independently. This trip also brought children closer to nature.


Dated: 12.10.2019 to 16.10.2019

SESSION 2017-2018


An educational excursion was organized for Class VIII students of the School to Nehru Planetarium to enhance their knowledge about the Solar System and its formation.

The students were shown a 3 D Presentation about the same, which was very informative and interesting. Various topics were explained like, What are Planets? Whether Pluto is a Planet or not? How solar system is formed? And many more. After that the children were taken to the Nehru Museum where they learnt about the life style of Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru.

It was a spectacular view to watch the reminisces of yester years which led to the on the spur comparison between those years and present time. Students were quite inquisitive to understand the nuances of solar system as they discussed the same with the teachers after returning to the school.

It was really an informative trip which added significant value to the classroom studies. 


Dated: 20.12.2018


CO-ORDINATORS: i) Mr. Naveen Kumar ii) Ms. Nidhi iii) Mr. Akshay

There is no better recreation than trying something new. The school organized a trip to one of the best tourist spots, the Fun Capital of India, Goa, comprising of 27 students from Classes VI to IX. The group travelled by Rajdhani Express (primarily to get a feel of India, by traversing through the country). It was a 29 hour of return journey, passing through splendid natural scenery, tunnels and water falls on the way, which was a great experience for the students. 

The students stayed at Nazari Resort, Baga beach. The students visited Candolim, Vagator, Calangute and Anjuna beach. The best experience was at Baga and Calangute beach where students played in the waters, made sand castles, ran around and enjoyed the whole day. The students experienced and enjoyed the boat cruise while, thumping on the DJ beats with full of energy. Fort Aguada, a light house which is a well preserved 17th century Portuguese heritage, facing the Arabian sea, and the famous Basilica of Bom Jesus Church were also a great attraction for the students.

Dated: 27.10.2018 to 01.11.2018

SESSION 2018-2019


Camping is always a fun and exciting experience for the kids, as it provides them an exposure to various challenging activities which they don’t get in their routine life. In order to engage the students with the activities which present them more challenges and help them to explore more about themselves and their abilities, our school organized a day camp to “Camp Muddy Boots”, Greater Noida for the students of Class VI-VIII on 19th February 2018.The students were taken there in the school buses. Students were full of zeal and enthusiasm. As soon as they reached there, students were filled with new exhilaration by the head instructor. After that different classes were handed over to different instructors and coaches for various activities.

After little workout, a healthy morning meal was provided to everyone. The primary purpose of this camp was to allow the students to learn new skills in a safe and nurturing environment. Students with full energy participated in all the activities. They got another break at noon for rejuvenating drinks and fruits. After that they pursued with the activities such as team games, rope activities and commando walk. At around 2, students along with the teachers got the most enticing and delicious lunch. In the end they were given refreshing juice with some snacks. Although students were completely tired but still they were enthralled with such a different experience.

Class: VI – VIII
Dated: 19.02.2018


An educational visit was organized for Class 9 students to Hindustan Times Printing Press in Noida on 30th January 2018. It was a unique opportunity for both the students and the teachers to know about the processes a newspaper undergoes before reaching to our doorsteps. At the plant, the students were taken around various divisions and briefed about news collection, editorial department, designing and printing of Newspaper by their technical staff and engineers. The students were inquisitive and happy to learn. The school authorities appreciated the efforts made by the HT staff and management to help the students learn about this news process.

Class: IX
Dated: 30.01.2018


The School organised an educational trip to Parliament Museum on December 6th and 7th, 2017 for students of Class X. The main purpose of this visit was to acquaint students with our democratic heritage, creation of history and history of the nation. 

Models of National monuments and symbols fascinated students. They were explained through large screen interactive computer multimedia and sound light video animations. They also got inspired by the eminent leaders of India whose contribution has left an indelible impact in the making of modern India. The original recorded speech of Gandhiji and Jawaharlal Nehru spellbound the students. The students had an enticing experience of joining Gandhiji in the
Dandi March through a holographic presentation. They were also shown an enlightening documentary about the Indian Freedom Struggle and various portraits of the freedom fighters. They visited various sections of the museum like Rock edicts, miniature model of the Parliament, interactive shows , display of democratic heritage, antique election procedures, Buddhist Council, Akbar and Ashoka’s rule, freedom movement, transfer of power and unity in diversity.

The functions of Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha were analyzed by the students. It was a mesmerizing experience that inculcated patriotic feelings in them. It was an inspiration for everyone to maintain and further strengthen our democratic polity.

Class: X
Dated: 06.12.2017 & 07.12.2017


Bhai Parmanand Vidya Mandir has organised a trip to Jim Corbett National Park and Nainital coordinated by Mr. Naveen Kumar. A group of 70 students and 7 teachers embarked on the trip. The stay was at the Manu Maharani Resort. The itinerary included a Jungle Safari, visits to the Girija temple, Kosi River, Nainital – Mall Road, Naini Lake and Tibetan Market.
The night activities included a bonfire, D.J. Music and Dance programme. Group 2 led by Ms. Deepti Gupta won first prize in the group dance competition.

Each and every trip has its educational value. The students learnt social skills, developed leadership qualities and also learnt to handle themselves independently. This trip also brought children closer to nature.

Class: VI, VII and VIII
Dated: 12.10.2017 to 15.10.2017


A school trip was organised for the students of classes III, IV and V on 6th and 7th of October. The students lived in the lap of nature at Jim Corbett. It was an enriching experience wherein the children learnt to look after themselves and their belongings away from the supervision of their parents. They learnt to adjust in the company of their friends and peers. It was an adventurous trip as the children had an amazing experience of the Jungle Safari, Sitavani temple and the Girija temple. The thrill of going on a Jeep Safari deep into the Corbett National Park cannot be put into words. The children also got a chance to shake their legs on the beats of DJ. It was indeed a well deserved break for the students after the hard work which they had put in during the exams. They returned with some awesome memories to cherish forever.

Class: III, IV and V
Dated: 06.10.2017 to 07.10.2017 


We took the students of Class VI to the Parle G factory for an educational trip on 22nd August, 2017. The students were very excited on the bus ride from the school to the factory. Needless to say Parle G is one of the oldest brands in India and the largest biscuit manufacturer in the world. On entering the premises, the students were taken to the auditorium where they enjoyed watching a documentary related to the origin of the brand ‘Parle’, its founder and various products manufactured by Parle.  Soon after an official took the students to the manufacturing unit, where students got to know about various processes like kneading, mixing, shaping, baking, cooling to the final stage of packaging. Towards the end, freshly baked biscuits and toffees were given to the students as mementos. 

The combination of learning while having fun was made possible by seeing the assembly process in person, which, like many topics can be explained within the four walls of a classroom but is made so much more effective when it is accessible and experienced by the learners. Overall, it was an informative, knowledgeable and successful field trip.

Class: VI
Dated: 22.08.2017


The students of Class VIII D were invited by the Delhi State Legal Authority to visit the District Courts at Karkardooma, Delhi to see the court proceedings. Students were divided into various small groups and then were taken to different court rooms where the hearings of civil cases like property disputes, were going on. The students were then taken to the Mediation Centre where they were explained the process and ways in which two opposite parties can be made to come to agreeable terms and resolve the matter.

Finally, a judge came over to explain the legal rights of an Indian citizen what all facilities are provided by Delhi State Legal Authority to the poor people of India. Children’s were encouraged to spread the information that Delhi State Legal Authority provides free legal aid to the needy.


Class: VIII D
Dated: 16.05.2017

SESSION 2016-2017


Bhai Parmanand Vidya Mandir organized picnic for Classes IX, X and XI to Worlds of Wonder, an Amusement Park in Noida on 24th December, 2016. It was a platform to give break to the students from their daily routine. The students enjoyed a plethora of rides and were able to experience boating as well. They relished the sumptuous meal in the afternoon and after lunch, the students grooved to the music and danced on the tunes of various songs.

They also played various games enthusiastically, the amount of energy and enthusiasm exhibited by them was enthralling. On the whole it was an unforgettable trip which will be cherished by them for a long span of time. 

Class: IX, X & XI
Dated: 24.12.2016


“Play is often talked about as if it were a relief from serious learning but for children play is serious learning. Play is really the work of childhood.”
Fred Rogers

Sundays are fun-days but to add to the fun as well as learning of the students, as per Fred Rogers, a day camp at Rock Sport- Farmstead, was organized for the students of Classes IV and V on 18th December, 2016. The students were taken to the camp site in the morning. Adventure activities like, Wall Climbing, Zip Lining, Crocodile Pit Crossing, Commando Crawl and Burma Bridge were a few of the fun activities which kept the children totally engrossed and thrilled all through the day. Skills and attitudes like Healthy Eating Habits, First Aid, Team Spirit, Sharing and Caring were imparted to young BVMites. The kids hooted slogans and moved in their own commando groups. The best part of the long, gripping day was when the kids danced to the tunes of popular songs. It was then time for the kids to come back with fond memories of the day. The learning was immense and the moments and memories they made will definitely be cherished for life!

Class : III – V
Dated: 18.12.2016 


The School organised an excursion trip to McLeodganjand  Dharamshala from 11th October to 16th October, 2016 for Classes IX to XII. A group of 60 students and 6 teachers participated in the excursion. Students got a chance to visit various places of importance like the Dalai Lama Monastery, the Tea Manufacturing Cooperative Factory, Tea Gardens, and the Chamunda Devi temple. This was also an opportunity to enjoy being in the presence of nature away from the hustle of city life and visited the Bhagsunag Waterfall, they also enthusiastically participated in a trek till the Triund Mountain range.


Class: IX & XII
Dated: 11 to 16.10.2016


Students of Classes VIIth and VIIIth went to the Indian Pollution Control Association in Noida, on an educational trip on 13th and 15th July, 2016 respectively. The Indian Pollution Control Association is a non-profit and non-government organization, which is engaged in creating environmental awareness and implementing Integrated Solid Waste Management Systems(ISWMS).

Mr. Ajay Garg, a representative of the NGO, explained the students about the importance of a green and healthy environment and also how essential it is to keep the Mother Earth, pollution free. He encouraged them to adopt an Eco-Friendly lifestyle, by using CNG vehicles instead of petrol and diesel based, by opting for car-pooling wherever possible and not burning  waste but rather recycle the non-biodegradable ones and make compost using the biodegradable ones.

The trip proved to be a great learning experience, as the students learnt about eco-friendly concepts like rain water harvesting, vermiposting and sewage treatment in a practical and tangible manner. The students returned back happy, with a sapling of holy basil in their hands gifted to them by the NGO and they promised to take good care of it and of the environment as well.

Class: VII &VIII
Dated: 13 & 15.07.2016


Bhai Parmanand Vidya Mandir organized an educational trip for the students of Classes VIth and Xth, to the National Science Centre on 8th and 11th July, 2016, respectively.  The main objective of this excursion was to showcase the journey of science from ancient times and also highlight some of the latest innovations in the field of Science and Technology.

Students of Class VIth got the opportunity to familiarize themselves with scientific and cultural developments while exploring the lives of early men through models. The potter’s wheel of Neolithic Age along with Harappan seals and replicas of copper tools were exhibited. Students explored various sections in the Science Galaxy like Water, the Elixir of Life and the Journey of Communication Advancement. The Human Biology gallery aimed to portray all the aspects of a human body which included a model of a brain showing how it transmits messages to and from various body parts.
Students of Class Xth were acquainted with the latest developments in nuclear energy and how it is used for generating electricity. The concept was explained through a 3D movie which also focussed on the future of nuclear energy in India. The students also visited the Information and Digital Communication Section which exhibited various manuscripts and evidences of printing history.

These visits gave students an insight into the world of Science through experiments, models and simulations ranging across various fields of Science. The Fun Science Section was the major source of attraction for the students as it contained various fun activities for the students to enjoy using concepts of science.

Teachers conducted activities based on these trips in all the subjects to test their grasping and retention power and the results were great, proving that trips are a fun way for acquisition of knowledge.  (I would like to know what kind of activities were conducted, else we need to take this paragraph off)

Class: VI & X
Dated: 8 & 11.07.2016


BVM organized an educational trip to Indian Council of Agricultural Research for Class IX on July 12th, 2016. The main objective of the trip was to acquaint students with the agricultural structure, practices and India’s role in the Green Revolution. It was a blend of knowledge and experience. It provided complete knowledge of agriculture through engaging interactive audio-visual machines. The students were exposed to information through charts and visuals and familiarized with sources of food, photosynthesis, water cycle, food pyramids, ecological balance, balanced diet etc through games and animations, after which they played an interesting quiz to test their knowledge.

The agony of Indian farmers depicted in a video film highlighted the pitiable condition of farmers during the British period. The students were briefed about environmental changes occurring in the world and were shown an engaging video on natural calamities and on festivals related to agriculture in various social and cultural traditions of the country. Another attraction for students was the speaking statue in which special lighting effect was used.

This visit was a part of interdisciplinary activity which was a thrilling experience in itself and it proved to be a perfect amalgamation of knowledge and entertainment.

Class: IX
Dated: 12.07.2016


People easily become familiar with what you teach them practically than what you tell them verbally. Action fixes images in their minds and they can carry those images for a long period.” 
Israelmore AyivorLeaders’ Ladder
Learning becomes more impactful when the learners engage themselves and observe various things themselves. In order to make learning more effective and interesting and to make the students aware of the various concepts of science and agricultural practices, the school organized an excursion to the National Agricultural Science Museum, for Classes IV and V on, 21st April and 23rd April, 2016.

The students grossly intrigued by the live session on the development of agriculture in India from the ancient times to the modern times and actively participated in the post presentation discussions, with the resource person and were even appreciated by the resource person for being so interactive and inquisitive.

A documentary was also shown to the students to enlighten them about the various Agricultural Festivals celebrated in different parts of the country.

The students went around the museum, taking notes of various farming techniques, irrigation methods and about the crops grown in India.

All in all, it was a day where the children enjoyed to the core and at the same time, were enlightened about one of the core aspects of the Indian economy.

Class: IV & V
Dated: 21 & 23.04.2016

SESSION 2015-2016


In Order to acquaint the students with the importance of general sciences, Bhai Parmanand Vidya Mandir organised a visit to HT Press, Noida on 23rd July 2015 for students of tenth class.. The primary aim to organise this visit was to make the students learn about printing and the operations involved during printing. Students were firstly sent to the CTP room where all information about the news is collected and then printed on large plates. Students also got to know about the recycling of paper.
Students enjoyed this visit as it enhanced their knowledge towards the contributions of science involved in the printing of paper.

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Dated: 23.07.2015


Energy Conservation is the foundation of energy Independence
                                                                                                                            -Tom Allen
To understand energy resources, one needs to know all types of energy sources from various scientific and technological viewpoints. The students of class 8th visited the Rajiv Gandhi Renewable Energy Park located in Sector 29, Gurgaon on 22nd July 2015 along with their class teachers. They looked quite fascinated about this informative visit to the place. The main purpose behind the visit was to increase awareness about renewable energy resources among the students. Students reached there around 10:30 a.m. Centre’s resource people welcomed the students and introduced them various innovative strategies to save and use natural energy sources. They acquainted the students with their mind-blowing and most electrifying projects such as solar power plant, e-waste collection bins, solar PV power etc. They made students learn through various interesting activities like solar car ride, working with energy renewable models etc. Students witnessed various inspiring projects and models. They were mesmerized to see the beautiful green park which is a perfect place for having fun with knowledge. It was an educative and enriching experience for the students which helped them to learn more about energy renewable resources.


Science has always been a subject of highest notions that can only suit the intelligent minds .But there is one place that can make anyone fall in love with this complex subject.  It is National Science Centre, Delhi. The students of class7th visited the place, located at Bhairon road between gate no.1 and gate no. 2 of  Pragati Maidan exhibition grounds, on 16th July 2015. Around 165 students visited the centre accompanied by their class teachers. Students were very enthusiastic and jubilant for the visit. The main objective behind the visit was to acquaint the students with various scientific facts and technologies. The building has eight levels with seven galleries and several other sections. As soon as the students reached there, they assembled at the reception amphitheatre where they were given a brief and dramatic introduction to the world of science by the educators of the centre. The Centre opened its treasures stored in six permanent halls full of interesting exhibits. Students witnessed some breath taking scientific experiences there. It would definitely help them to enhance their scientific temperament. It was a great learning and enriching experience for the students.

Dated: 16.07.2015


 The students of class VI visited the National Museum  on 14 July 2015. It was a memorable experience for them. The students literally had a sneak-peek into the glorious past of our civilizations .There were presentations of our Indian culture and important historical events that took place in the ancient times. Various artefacts of different periods of history starting from Harappan civilization to the 19th Century were exhibited. It was an educational outing. The students learned the significance of the objects in respect of history , culture and artistic excellence. The curiosity shown by the students was amazing as they witnessed various artefacts from the Harappan Civilization also known as Indus Valley Civilization. The whole collection of this gallery represented the advanced technology and sophisticated lifestyle of the Harappan people. The students were also made aware of the importance of preserving all these artefacts. The beautiful pieces of art in the museum fascinated the students.  Students were amazed and stupefied to see the rich ivory craftworks and the complex and intricate designs on the textiles. The students were awestruck when they got to know that the Museum has in its possession over 200,000 works of art, of both Indian and foreign origin, covering more than 5,000 years of the rich cultural heritage of different parts of the world. .The students were thrilled after witnessing the terrific display of weapons and costumes of the historical period Overall it was an enriching experience for the students. This educational trip will definitely enrich knowledge of the students.

Dated: 14.07.2015


In order to sensitize the students towards various agricultural practices, Bhai Parmanand Vidya Mandir organised a visit to Indian Agricultural Research institute, Pusa Road on 9th July 2015 for the students of ninth class. Students were briefed about various agricultural techniques leading to the development of high resistance crops. They were also briefed about how different varieties of staple food (rice, wheat, maize) are grown.
Students enjoyed a lot during this visit which enhanced their knowledge about various practices involved in agricultural.

Dated: 09.07.2015


SESSION 2014-2015


BVM organized a trip to MC DONALDS, a fast food chain founded in 1940. The main purpose of this trip was to acquaint students with entire process involved in packaging of food stuffs at McDonalds. They got an opportunity to visit palace which was full of life. Entire system was quite organized and everybody worked as a team over there. The students were briefed about the segregation of vegetarian and non vegetarian sections. They were explained how burgers and Mac puffs are made under hygienic conditions. The manager took the students inside a big room sized preserver and explained the entire procedure to them. They were also told about the safety measures employed by them. It was an enjoyable trip for the students. They not only got an insight of the entire system but were also offered complementary eatables and drinks. This visit familiarized students with growing popularity of junk food in their lives of people. This activity was a part of interdisciplinary activity conducted for class VI.


BVM organized an educational trip for class VII to Qutub Minar on July 5, 2014. It is considered to be one of the most prestigious monuments of Indian heritage. The main objective was to acquaint students with richness of Indian history. The students were astounded by looking at the famous iron pillar that has not rusted even after centuries. They were mesmerized by the magnificence of the minaret. The intricate architecture of this edifice became a source of fascination for the learners. They exhibited their interest and inquisitiveness by asking pertinent questions perturbing to the same. They stopped at every stone inscription to gather information about the great monuments. This trip set a platform for broadening the horizon of students and imbibing a sense of responsibility of preserving their rich and diverse cultural heritage. They were spellbound by the craftsmanship, architecture and history of this minaret dating Mughal era. They took profound interest and showcased seriousness as this was a part of the interdisciplinary activity. This educational trip provided insight to our glory.

Dated: 05.07.2014


An educational trip was organized by BVM for class VIII to National Handicraft and Handloom Museum on July 6, 2014. The purpose was to acquaint students with India’s rich traditional handicraft. This museum is one the largest craft museum in India and store house of handcrafted objects. It reflects the continuing traditional of Indian craftsmen through painting, embroidery, textiles, various craft of clay, stone and wood. Students got an opportunity to visit various galleries within the museum. They gained knowledge about the village complex where they saw mud huts, wooden chariot and small sized haveli from gujrat.It also had dozen of library where many books , diaries, unpublished monographs, museum, catalogue are stacked. Students were shown a small video pertaining to the work of artisans. They were astounded to know by the beautiful and exquisite paintings like gond and Mandan of Madhya Pradesh, wade of Maharashtra displayed over there. The place that displayed tribal and rural art and artifacts became a source of attraction for the learners. This trip was an amalgamation of knowledge and entertainment for the students. Interdisciplinary activities based on the trip were conducted.

Dated: 06.07.2014


BVM School organized an educational trip to Mother Diary Plant in Patparganj for class IXth. It was an informative and enjoyable trip where students learnt how milk is processed and packaged before reaching people. The magnitude of their production level was quite interesting. The process of pasteurization of milk was shown. Students were briefed about the various stages of milk processing. Students were taught the method of testing the purity of milk on their own. An interesting feature is that milk is not touched even once by hands throughout the process of processing to packaging and delivering to the common people. It ensures high product quality, reliability and safety. A movie based on the history of Mother Diary and the entire process of milk right from obtaining milk from the farmers to the distribution of milk to the consumers was shown to the students. The students exhibited their inquisitiveness by asking various questions and clarifying their doubts. Interdisciplinary activities based on the trip were conducted. This trip was in reality an amalgamation of knowledge and entertainment.


An educational trip to Indian Air force Museum was organized on 4th July 2014 for the students of class Xth. The main objective of the trip was to provide students with the information related to aircrafts. The students were wonderstruck to see the wide collection of aero planes of Indian air force. They were informed about the history of Indian air force through paintings, uniforms and models of aircrafts. The main idea behind the trip was not just giving our children a unique and enriching experience but also making them aware about the importance of air force in the Indian army. The museum consists of a near memorial, three galleries and air craft dispersal in the open. At the entrance, there was a GNAT fighter and a laser guided missile to welcome visitors. Many beautiful models, globes with the Indian flag and a golden capsule were kept. It consists of photographs of World War II. Pictures of soldiers and leaders were hung on the walls of the museum. There was a big hall which had big air craft’s and planes. Many instruments like ground cameras and air cameras were preserved. Paintings and things that had been used by Indian pilots to locate the enemy were also showcased there. This trip imbibed sense of pride in the students towards the defense forces and the air force. Students took a great deal of interest as this visit was a part of their interdisciplinary activities.

Dated: 04.07.2014


Our school organized an excursion cum educational trip to Dalhousie, Khajjiar and Amritsar for classes IX- XII from 1st October to 6th October, 2014. More than hundred students accompanied by 11 teachers went for the trip. The aim of the trip was to engage the students in fun filled learning experiences. First day, the group reached the first destination Amritsar. They visited golden Temple and Wagha border. The illuminated Golden Temple at night appeared a symbol of great beauty and sublime peacefulness that induced devotion. Evening procession at Wagah border was inspiring. It charged students with patriotic feelings. Second day, the group proceeded for Dalhousie. Adventurous activities such as Burma Bridge, river crossing, mountain climbing etc. were very exciting. Students also enjoyed DJ session at The President Hotel. The visit to Khajjiar in the lap of nature was very rejuvenating. Its picturesque surroundings recharged the students. Here they enjoyed activities like horse riding, paragliding and zorbing. Children also visited St. Francis Church. They loved Shopping at mall road. Overall, the trip was memorable one which exposed them to scenic beauty and sensitized them to nature.  

Dated: 01.10.2014 to 06.10.2014