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Special Features

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From the ages, the schools of India have been regarded as homes of learners. However, the aesthetics of schools have been changing with time & taste of people.

Radiant is an institution with state-of-the-art facilities for acquiring & constructing knowledge. The growth of this school has been drastic & radical.

New techniques like the multimedia & the LCD projectors are introduced for effective teaching.

The whole school is connected through an intercom network to avoid time lapses in communication.

Every classroom is under CCTV surviallance, the receiver of which is set in the Principal’s cabin. This helps trace the teacher and observe the proceedings of a running class.

Activities based on lessons are taken up in such a way as to improve the cognitive skills in students. The senses are titillated for more absorption and longer retention of knowledge. For this purpose, a spacious activity room of area 748 sq. ft. is built where exercises improving the hand-mind co-ordination are taken up.

To break the boredom of academies, extra-curricular activities like Aerobics, Dance, Yoga to name a few, are incorporated in the daily schedule. This elevates the minds saturated by studies.

Nature has been the best teacher to man. Hence, it is our prime duty to make the students aware about it. Field trips and educational tours to places around are planned and executed successfully every year.

When it comes to carrying books, schooling itself becomes a great burden on children. To relieve from this stress, they are provided note booklets of 40 pages & 80 pages in every subject, so that only those that are necessary may be carried to and from school.

The auditorium is an attractive part of school, meant for film shows, documentaries and educational seminars. Built to a capacity of 200 people, it is acoustically designed for audio-visual presentations to capture the attention of students.

Day order system is followed in the timetable to avoid missing of same subjects due to repeated holidays on same weekdays.