Counselling and Research Department

 With the core objective of promoting personal, social, educational and career development in all students, the Counselling & Research Department has been set up to define the school’s professional responsibilities in terms of support and guidance to students, staff and  parents.


Personal Counselling that provides guidance and skills required to navigate important milestones of growth with ease, and to combat fast-paced societal changes.

  • Life skills-training that provide the tools and skills to a more competent and fulfilled life.
  • Gifted and Remedial education to identify and provide help to Special needs students.
  • Multiple Intelligence approaches that respect and cater to individual differences and which help students to learn at their own pace and  in their preferred learning style.
  • Career Counselling and Guidance to provide students with available options that will help them to make decisions on further studies and choose careers based on their aptitudes and strengths.



  • Workshops, seminars and lectures on effective parenting skills.
  • Awareness camps on relevant parenting concerns and issues.
  • Special interactions with working mothers, single parents and grandparents.
  • Individual counselling and guidance to parents in dealing with specific concerns/problems of their children.
  • Involve parents in community outreach programs.

The Department conducts regular Sexual Abuse Prevention workshops with parents, staff members and students.


Self-expression and leadership are facilitated through focus training programmes as well as through platforms like Debates, Elocutions, Mock parliament sessions and through the Student Council.



This is the apex student body of the school. Student prefects, wardens and captains are responsible for the discipline in school. Overseeing their progress are the Head Boy and Head Girl. Empowering our students by putting them in roles that require responsibility is an integral part of the Student Council.