School Events


Guinness World Record holder Kokuyo Camlin, organized an All India Camel Colour Contest (AICCC), also known as the flagship activity. 174 students of RKS participated from classes I to XII. The Principal, Dr. Mamta Aggarwal congratulated these students and appreciated the budding artists for their creativity and efforts. Out of them, the winners were:

S.No.Name of StudentClass & SectionPosition
1.Yash AggarwalIII CI
2.Tejasvi RajawatIV CI
3.KhushiVII AI
4.Aditya SinghX CI
5.Aman JindalXI BI


The Hindi Vikas Manch, an organisation dedicated to the promotion of Hindi language organized Hindi Olympiad at the National Level, in which students of various schools participated. Students of RKS participated enthusiastically and brought laurels. Mannat Bakshi of Class VII-B won the first position at the school level and was felicitated for the same with a memento and a certificate. The Hindi language teacher, Ms. Chitra Bansal, was also honoured with a memento by the distinguished guests in the ceremony.


In an attempt to promote fitness, the school observed the second and third week of November as a FITNESS WEEK in which numerous activities were conducted which included, Aerobics Session, Quiz, Painting Competition, Slogan Writing and Essay Writing. The prime objective of the initiative was to inculcate the habit of outdoor activities and reduce screen time among students. With this aim classes XI & XII students were encouraged for fitness activities like Aerobics and healthy diet. Students took active participation and learnt the benefits of doing aerobics on a regular basis. This initiative helped students to develop healthy minds and bodies in the future.


RKS celebrated its Prize Distribution Ceremony with unprecedented fanfare. The Chief Guest of the ceremony was Mr. I.P. Aggarwal, Chairman, Triveni Educational and Social Welfare Society. Other dignitaries included; Mr. O.P. Goel, Vice President Triveni Educational and Social Welfare Society, Former Joint Secretary, Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India, Ms. Kanta Aggarwal, Director, Ramakrishna Teacher Training Institute, Prof. Lalit Aggarwal, Vice President, MERI Group of Institutes, Dr. Mamta Aggarwal, Principal RKS, and Ms. Seema Sehgal, Principal RKTTI. The guests were given a floral welcome. The programme commenced with the auspicious lighting of the ceremonial lamp by the distinguished assembly of guests. Then followed Ganesh Vandana through which students invoked Lord Ganesha to seek his blessings and which enchanted the august gathering. Following this began the cultural programme in which the students presented a mesmerizing ballet: Today’s Reality: आज का सत्य which cast light on the current scenario and depicted that Technology has changed our lives. It has changed the ways of education and learning methods. With the advancement in technology, we got new kinds of habits and that is the addiction to the internet, mobile phones, online apps and games which should be uprooted for the betterment of human life. This was followed by the Prize Distribution Ceremony through which the school felicitated the students for their hard work and sincerity which brings forward the talents of the students in public to keep instances of splendour for others and encourage them for something alike. Prizes were given to the toppers and other students who had brought laurels to the school in various competitions and contests. The Chief Guest addressed the gathering, lauded and praised the students. He further outlined the vision of the school that aims at imbuing a strong value system in the young aspiring students. He also urged the parents to lay emphasis on inculcating the same and spoke at length about the plethora of opportunities for the students in the future. At the end, Dr. Mamta Aggarwal, Principal RKS, thanked the Chief Guest, other dignitaries, and parents for having spared their valuable time to attend the function and for making it a grand and successful endeavour. The Annual Prize Distribution function was a moment of pride and honour for all the winners, achievers, parents, and for the school.


RKS conveyed best wishes to the students of classes X and XII for their board examinations and bade farewell to class XII. Students of classes X and XII were to appear for the most important examinations of their school span. The Chief Guest, Mr. I. P. Aggarwal, Chairman, Triveni Educational and Social Welfare Society, passed on his acute insight through his highly inspirational words and encouraged the students to look ahead instead of reminiscing in the past. Dr. S. K. Bhatia, Chairman RKS and Dr. Mamta Aggarwal, Principal RKS, also conveyed their best wishes to the students in their address to the gathering. Dr. Bhatia in his speech highlighted the importance of hard work along with time management. The Principal blessed the students for their academic pursuits and emphasized on the importance of self-belief and consistent efforts. Following this, began the Farewell Ceremony in which a fiesta of performances was showcased devoted to the years spent together with friends and teachers and to recollect joyous moments. In the end, with heavy hearts, the entire RKS fraternity bid adieu to the outgoing batch of class XII students.


Investiture Ceremony was conducted, which was an occasion where the students were all set to don the mantle of leadership and discharge the responsibilities entrusted to them, by the school. Delegating responsibility to the newly elected torchbearers, to take over the responsibility and perform duties, the school honoured Premjeet Singh as Head Boy and Deepali Khantwal as Head Girl. The criteria of their selection being discipline, regularity, punctuality and their scores in the class, they were conferred with sashes by the previous year’s Head Boy, Aman Jindal, and Head Girl, Yakshi Verma. Mr. I. P. Aggarwal, the Chief Guest, congratulated them and admonished them to be impartial and honest in discharging their duties. He also exhorted them to uphold the values.


Class XII students were felicitated with titles.
These titles went to those who by dint of their merit, conscientiousness, commitment and focused attitude proved their distinctiveness and uniqueness. The titles conferred were: Miss Cooperative to Shruti Sharma and Master Cooperative to Deepesh, Miss Confident to Ananya and Master Confident to Laksh Gambhir, Miss Responsible to Shubhi Malhotra and Master Responsible to Manu Tyagi, Miss Obedient to Deeksha Mathur and Master Obedient to Rajat Saini, Miss Decent to Ritika Mithra and Master Decent to Sayyam Chhabra, Master Regular to Ashish. The students who
were endowed with the most awaited titles Miss and Master Ramakrishna were, Yakshi Verma and Chetan Thakral. The title winners were felicitated with sashes and were congratulated by all the revered guests and the august gathering.


The Winter Carnival and Talent Hunt Show in RKS is looked forward to with the utmost enthusiasm and fervour. The entire campus wears a festive look on this day, one of jubilation and merriment. The Carnival witnessed immense participation by students, parents, and the public at large. A number of stalls were put up, be it of games, food or shopping. The game stalls and shopping stalls included; The lucky dip, wheel of fortune, hoopla, fishing, cap of queen, pyramids, breaking the pot, hit the eye, trendy suits, and sarees, authentic and antique jewellery, pulsating cosmetic items etc. which were teeming with customers. The DJ Juke Box attracted a huge number of students. A number of tracks were played over the loudspeakers. Game stalls had loads of attractive prizes. The colourful food stalls beckoned to the crowd, promising mouth-watering items and thirst busters of all kinds. The stage was set on fire by the theme based, wonderful performances of the students who revealed their dancing skills. There was enthusiastic participation from the public for the various ‘On the Spot games’ that tested skill and luck. The event was as always, a resounding success, and everyone had a wonderful time.