Co-curricular Activities


Earth Week was organized to cast light on the importance of saving Mother Earth. The prime motive was to make the students environmentally aware to save the planet earth. The week long assemblies witnessed, skit, poem enactment, speech, talk show, oath ceremony for saving the planet and a rally by class X highlighting the importance of conservation of nature. They understood the importance of REDUCE, REUSE, REFUSE AND RECYCLE.


To help students learn about the culture of India, the school celebrated the pious festival of Rakshabandhan  in the school premises. The students of classes I and II made beautiful and creative rakhis. Rakhi tying was conducted in the classes marked by usual fervour and gaiety that one associates with this auspicious occasion.


Independence Day was celebrated on  in school premises to commemorate, the sacrifices of the martyred souls who submitted themselves entirely for the cause of freedom of our country, India. The ceremonious occasion began with unfurling of the tricolour which went along with the flag song that was sung in union. The celebration witnessed a blend of songs, dances, skit and poem filled with patriotism by students of class VI, VII & VIII. In the end, the Chief guest, Mr. I. P. Aggarwal delivered a short speech. He told the students about the supreme sacrifice of the great martyrs who gave their lives for the sake of freedom. The programme came to end with the recitation of the National Anthem.


To seek the blessings of Lord Krishna, Janmashtami was celebrated at RKS with mirth and joy. The students of class I were dressed up as lord Krishna, carrying flutes and wearing crowns with peacock feathers and pretty Radhas carrying matkas. The spirit of festivity was enhanced with Jhankis depicting life history of Lord Krishna. It was celebrated with full zeal and zest and it revived the heritage of culture and tradition in Ramakrishnanians. The esteemed guests Ms. and Mr. I. P. Aggarwal blessed all the students on this auspicious day.


Diwali celebrations at the Ramakrishna Senior Secondary School, illuminated everyone’s heart with joy and fervour as it was celebrated with much gusto . The celebration comprised of a bunch of exhilarating performances. The students of class II heralded the festival of lights by presenting a dance performance and a group song with a lot of enthusiasm. An inspiring skit was also dramatized to apprise the students about the hazardous effects of bursting crackers. The Chief guest, Mr. I. P. Aggarwal, applauded the efforts of the children and motivated them to celebrate a clean, green and safe Diwali. The senior students marched a rally carrying the banners of ‘Pataake Hataao Pradushan Mitaao’ and ‘Say No to Crackers’ to create general awareness among the masses.


Children’s Day, which marks the birth anniversary of Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru, was celebrated with enthusiasm and zeal, keeping in mind his words, “I may not have time for adults, but I have enough time for children.” The celebrations began with the speech delivered by one of the faculty members which highlighted the relevance of the day and encouraged the students to put forward their best in life.The highlight of the assembly was the scintillating dance performance by the teachers which conveyed their love for the students. Overall it was a fun filled day and the students were overwhelmed to see the love of their teachers for them.


The 71st Republic Day was celebrated  at the school grounds. The students took pride in glorifying and celebrating the spirit of unity and brotherhood. The event began with the hoisting of the Indian National Flag by the Chief Guest, Mr. I. P. Aggarwal, along with the other dignitaries, followed by Flag Song. The school echoed with patriotic fervour as the children of class VIII performed to the tunes of patriotism, sang patriotic songs, delivered speech and even wore tri-coloured clothes to mark the occasion. The Chief Guest in his address highlighted the significance of the day, and made the children aware that the future of their country lies in their hands. The programme ended with the recitation of the National Anthem.