The interaction or conversation elicited by events helps students build relationships,

Understand different perspectives and engage other cultures. Social events provide

an opportunity to expand one’s social circle. All work with no breaks diminishes productivity.

# Why social events for students are important?

Events have nothing to do with academics; they have at least something important to do with a student’s over all learning experience in school. Here are a few reasons

why our school arrange social events for students.

  1. To develop the emotional intelligence:

Social events provide an opportunity to expand one’s social circle.

  1. To take a break:

The study break helps to maintain top study performance and can actually

increase focus, reduce stress, and help students better retain information they learn.

  1. To build relationship:

Participating in on-campus social events enables students to meet people who

share common interests and individuals who can help them academically, or

even professionally.

Relationship-building is good habit that students need to learn because the world

of work requires aptitude in negotiation, communication and, well, more networking.

  • Here are the following events performed by our school
  • World environment day celebration

We celebrate this day by plantation of trees, delivering speech regarding the importance of trees in reducing the environmental pollution. We also gifting student’s small saplings. World environment day promotes ways to improve the earth’s environment, such as conserving forests.


  • World yoga day celebration

We aware students regarding the importance of Yoga by participating in different events which are organized by our school as well as outside of our campus. An introductory speech is always given by the students or sports teacher elucidating the importance of the day.

  • Rainy day celebration

Rainy day celebration organized every year by our school for pre-primary students. On that day students bring their own umbrella and rain-coats so that they can enjoy rain with music in our beautiful campus.

  • Guru Purnima celebration

Guru Purnima is a ritualistic celebration marked to respect the Guru-the one who leads you to the right path of life. This festival has great importance for Indian academics and scholars. Many celebrate this occasion by thanking their teachers as well as remembering their past educators and scholars. This festival is celebrated every year in the month of Ashadh. To honour the gurus and teachers, a fun and colourful event was organized by the school management for the students.


The festival of Guru-Purnima was celebrated with at our school. There were special assemblies by students dedicated to the teachers, the ‘Gurus’ to mark the event replete with speeches, songs, bhajans and special  speech given by our Swamiji and Principal Sir.

  • Friendship Day celebration

Friendship day is celebrated in our school every year in the first week of August. It is celebrated to commemorate the bond of friendship between the students. Our school organize this festival to build a bond between students and their mentors with friendship belt, cards and gifts.

  • Rakshabandhan celebration

Rakshabandhan is one of the most endearing ways to celebrate the bond between brothers and sisters. Students from all classes participated in the competition and made colourful rakhi’s. They used decorative threads, stars, mirrors, pearls, and flowers  for making beautiful rakhi’s. Girl students ties rakhi to the boy students and they exchange gifts. The event was celebrated with full enthusiasm and zeal.

  • Independence day

This is the day when we all get together to thank and remember our great  freedom fighter who brought us free country. The program starts off with the flag hosting, by chief guest.

A week before the day of celebration, children enjoy the time of preparation during practice may be a part of their happiness, but they are over excited in preparing themselves for the performance too. They spend more than half a-day in school practicing for march-past, speech, dance, sports, cultural activities and more. They perform act related to the British rule and stories related to our Indian history.

  • Janmashtami celebration

Janmashtami is celebrated as a special assembly where a skit is enacted by the students. A fancy dress competition is also held where girls are dressed up a Radha and boys as Shree Krishna. It is followed by a mesmerizing dance performance and a couple of group songs by students dedicated to Shree Krishna. The students dressed up as Radha and Krishna, give a traditional touch to the entire celebration. There will be a Handi hanging at the center of the courtyard and Radha-Krishna pairs will dance around it. At the end of the program, the Handi will be beaten by the Krishnas and prize is allotted to the one who hits the Handi.


We usually organize this type of funfair for students, teachers and parents as well. Here, we organize food stall, mehandi stall, Tattoo designing stall, selfie point many more from which they get knowledge about sales and marketing.

  • Science exhibition

We organize science exhibition by exhibiting the projects, static and working models and etc in our assembly hall. Some projects related to electronics, some with environment, science in daily life, and other with science involved in natural calamities. Which can be used for learning various scientific concepts for children of the age group 10-18 years. Students do demonstrate their work in project to the visitors as well and took feedback from the visitors.

  • Ganesh chaturthi Pooja

The students of SSIS celebrated Ganesh chaturthi with great pomp and gaiety. Ganesh chaturthi is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Ganesha, the son of Lord Shiva and Parvati. This festival is also known as Vinayak chaturthi or Ganeshotsav. On this day students learn to prepare eco-friendly idol of Ganesha. The festival started with the traditional arti by the Principal Sir. Teachers and  students actively participated in the arti and worship. The day ended with lot of learning and the visarjan of our eco-friendly Lord Ganesha in he school premises.

  • Teachers day

The birth date of the second President of India, Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, 5 September 1888, has been celebrated as Teacher’s day since 1962. On this day, teachers and students report to school as usual but the usual activities and classes are replaced by activities of celebration. On this day Senior students play a role of different subjective teachers and took lectures in their Junior’s classes. There are several games, songs, drama, dance etc performed by our teachers also on this day. The program ended with a thoughtful speech from our Principal sir.

  • Gandhi Jayanti celebration

2nd October every year is celebrated as Gandhi Jayanti. The story of his life has impacted humanity to its core. To revere this day, the students and teachers of SSIS, held a special Assembly to commemorate the Mahatma’s life. Students sing a song based on the truth and non violence message of Bapu. They recite poems and present their own sights on the Gandhian philosophy. Small children celebrate this event by dressing up same as the Gandhiji as well as performing the nationalistic songs.

  • Navratri festival

As soon as the Navaratri festival starts, the colour of Garba and Dandiya Raas takes over the country. This festival is also celebrated in our school. Navaratri celebration start with the arti of Maa Durga at the school campus, the students and the staff presented garba dance, the participants were all seen in colourful garba costumes. Our school Principal, Co-ordinators graced the gathering with their presence. We also told students about the ‘Nine forms’ of goddess Durga and how Navratri celebration symbolizes victory over evil.

  • Children’s Day

Children’s day is celebrated on November 14 every year when schools organize various programs and different activities for children. The day is made special for children through the types of programs they choose to do. There are dance party, games for small students. Students from secondary delivers speeches about why children’s day celebrated?

  • Diwali celebration

The school celebrated Diwali on its premises. Many activities and competitions  were held in the school. The children painted diyas, decorate classes with diyas, flowers, balloons and series,  they also made rangoli with the help of the teachers. Teachers explained the importance of Diwali, the festival spiritually signifies the victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, good over evil and hope over despair. Teachers and students enjoyed the Diwali celebrations wholeheartedly.

  • Pogo channel’s activities in our school

Several activities conducted by the team of Pogo channel for our primary students in our assembly hall. The students of class 1 to 8 participated in the event. The aim of the program was to inculcate the interest of watching cartoons telecast on POGO channel and learning few things from them.

The students participated in many activities and were awarded goodies by the POGO team. The children highly enjoyed the activity and showed their active participation.

  • Christmas celebration

Christmas is one of the biggest festival celebrated around the world on 25th of December every year. Christmas in India is celebrated with equal enthusiasm and passion as in other part of the world yet has given it its own flavour. Our school organize Christmas celebration for the students so that they can understand the spirit of giving, unity in diversity and many more. This festival brings an entertaining distraction from the study stress brought by the entire school year. The children feel excited, joyous while prepare their letters to Santa, X-mas tree decoration, class decorations, hand-made gifts for others. The school environment gets enriched with the positive energy of happiness and celebration. Even the teachers feel excited about the much- coveted break from the teaching- learning cycle that goes on throughout the year.

  • Girl awareness (Sanitation and Hygiene)

Sanitation, hygiene and menstruation awareness program organized every year by our school to make aware a girl child. So that they can adopt better and hygienic cleanliness methods to get rid from diseases. Many organizations from girl awareness team do come and events were held to encourage, educate our girl child students. We also distribute sanitary napkins to girl students.

  • Kite festival

A kite flying festival was organized to celebrate the festival Makarsankranti, the harvest festival, at the school campus. The campus was decorated by kites, balloons, aptly to showcase a typical Indian village where harvest taking place by pre-primary teachers and students. It was a memorable day for teachers, students. Flying kites with music in school campus with each other, with the colourful kites soaring in the clear winter sky and students exchange their snacks with each other and enjoy a lot in school.

  • Fireless cooking competition

Fireless cooking competition is organized for students and their parents as well, they are in full enthusiasm for any competition held in school. Fireless cooking is great experience to learn something very new and innovative things for students and their parents. Judge selects the winners and certificates and medals are given. So its a great fun.

  • Leaders Day

Our country is land of great political leaders who ruled the country effectively and also by protecting its national interest. It was not an easy task to accomplish keeping in view the changes taking place in the world political scenario. Leaders like Mahatma Gandhi, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, Lal Bahadur Shastri played an indispensable role in changing the perspective of world towards India.

Our children give speeches, dressed up like various national leaders of our country and showed their passion towards our nation.

  • Charities

Our school is also engaged in social welfare such as Donation or Charity to orphanage and old age homes. The teachers, students and parents were made different craft related to different things and then sold, the amount collected were send to old age home and orphanage. Recently we had donated to Chief Minister’s relief fund for Covid-19 pandemic.

We take children to old age homes, orphanages so that they can understand real-values of life, the real environment.

  • Shakotsav

Shreeji Maharaj first did a Saak utsav in the village of Loya, in the month of Magshar/Posh 1877. There were no other festivals during this month so Sura Khachar requested Maharaja to introduce an utsav all devotees could celebrate together, as he said this, a devotee arrived at the sabha and offered Maharaja lots of fresh aubergines, Maharaj was so overwhelmed by the sight of all the sumptuous looking aubergines that he announced to Sura Khachar that they will celebrate a Saak utsav.

We also celebrate this festival in  our school, after three days of katha, Shakotsav is organize in which specially  Aubergine is serve as vegetable and millet bread is serve with kari-Khichri. Every one enjoy the meal and experience outmost happiness.

  • Annual function

This function gives students an opportunity to showcase their various talents and interact with their teachers in a more informal environment  from dance performances to plays and musical events to speeches to prop dance like Mission Mangal, army songs, the school Annual function is one day that is eagerly anticipated by children and parents alike, every year.

Our school organized the event of annual function at optimal and huge level with ineffable decorum of staff, students and parents support.

The Annual function starts with spiritual prayers of lord Ganesha, by lightening an earthen lamp in front of lord Ganesha, then the host of function welcomes The chief guests, with our trustee swamiji, handing over bouquet of flowers. Some years before our school had invited honourable guests named Kirtidan Gadhvi (Gujarati singer), Shiva Rindani (Bollywood actor), Vijay Suvada (Gujarati artist), Hiro Yuki Sako (Prof. Japan University).

  • Holi celebration

An ancient Hindu festival, which later became popular among non-Hindu communities as well, Holi heralds the arrival of spring after winter. it signifies the victory of good over evil and is celebrated as a day of spreading happiness and love. The festival is also celebrated as thanksgiving for good harvest.