The main motto behind the formation of house system is versatile development of the pupils. The school is divided into four houses’ and each student is allocated to one house. Houses may compete with one another at sports and maybe in other ways, thus providing a focus for group loyalty, to build the team spirit, sense of belonging.

      Red, Green, Yellow, Blue, are the names of the houses. Each color of the house giving a certain message and motto.

The Color Red( Motto: Love)

The color red is the color of energy, passion and action.

      This color is a warm and positive color associated with our most physical needs and our will to survive. It exudes a strong and powerful masculine energy. It signifies a pioneering spirit and leadership qualities, promoting ambition and determination.

The Color Green (Motto: Peace)

The color green is the color of balance, harmony and growth.

      This is the color of balance and harmony. From a color psychology perspective, it is the great balancer of the heart and the emotions, creating equilibrium between the head and the heart.

The Color Yellow (Motto: Justice)

The color yellow is the color of the mind and the intellect.

      This color relates to acquired knowledge. It is the color which resonates with the left or logic side of the brain stimulating our mental faculties and creating mental agility and perception.

The Color Blue (Motto: Joy)

The Blue is the color of depth and stability.

      Blue is the color of the sky and sea. It symbolizes trust, loyalty, wisdom, confidence, intelligence, faith, truth, and heaven. Blue is considered beneficial to the mind and body. It slows human metabolism and produces a calming effect. Blue is strongly associated with tranquility and calmness. In heraldry, blue is used to symbolize piety and sincerity.

  Conduction of Traditional Programs and National days:

      School arranges the various programs like :- Ganesh Festival, Gokulashtami, Teacher’s day, Kautuk by making active participation of the pupils for versatile development. To find out the hidden potential of the student platform is provided by the schools.

  Competition between houses

      A secondary feature of house systems is the competition between houses. For example, the sports week is usually an inter-house competition. Debating competitions are also often organized along inter-house lines. Merit points for behavior and academic achievement may also be totaled up for comparison between houses.

  Membership and roles

      Pupils are usually assigned to houses randomly, perhaps with the aim of balancing the houses in order to increase competition. Sometimes the assignment is based on the social and emotional needs of the student and to ensure proper peer mentoring is enhanced with the right fit of students within a house. Traditionally, however, once a pupil has been assigned to a house, any younger siblings he or she has may automatically become members of that house when they arrive at the school, but this varies from school to school. One notable feature of the house system is the appointment of house captains, and maybe other house prefects, who exercise limited authority within the house and assist in the organization of the house. Large schools may have a house captain for each year group (with vice-captains in the largest schools). in boarding schools the term housemaster is held by the member of staff responsible for pupils living in a particular house. In state schools.