ILM’s English March is an exciting activity which is meant especially for motivating and encouraging primary students. Students decorate themselves with colourful sashes and caps, and roam around the whole campus during their lunch hour singing English rhymes and acting Read more
“Children are like buds in a garden”, said Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. Panditji considered children to be the real strength of a country and the very foundation of society. As a tribute to the great visionary, we celebrated Children’s Day on Read more
A team of doctors conducted a general checkup for the students in our school on 24th October, 2014. The students were made aware of serious diseases. The doctors also conducted dental and eye checkup for the students.
A workshop to promote health through hygiene and proper disposal of waste was held on 24-10-2014. In addition to this, it also made the children more aware of the need to maintain a clean environment. These activities instill a sense Read more
We celebrated onam with great splendor and joy. The beautiful intricate floral carpets made by our students marked the function. We organized different games like “Sundharikku Pottuthodeel”, tug of war etc. These are collectively called Onakkalikal. Our staff and students Read more
Students together with teachers celebrated Teacher’s Day on the 5th of September with great fervor and pomp. Students distributed sweets and flowers to their beloved teachers and received their blessings.
Our school celebrated the 68th Independence Day of our nation with pride and honour. The chief guest of the day was Professor Geetha Krishnan of D B College, Sastamkotta. His speech was exemplary and thought provoking. He hoisted and saluted Read more
We conducted a programme to create an awareness among the students about the consequences of using drugs . Bri. Bhavyamrita Chaithanya inaugurated the programme and oath was taken by the students.
Janmashtami was celebrated in our school on the 5th of August, 2014. The entire pre-primary block was echoing with the chant of ‘Jai Sri Krishna’. The little ones were dressed up as cherubic little Radhas and Krishnas as they commemorated Read more
Amma says that the Ramayana is one of the great epics of our country that reflects the ethics of our tradition and culture. The Ramayana is generally associated with the great Hindu sage, Valmiki. Our school celebrated the sacred month Read more