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The significance of co-curricular activities in the personality development of an individual cannot be overlooked. Co-curricular activities reflect on the personality of an individual making them bold and confident to face the outside world. With a view to develop cultural diversity and bring about an all-round development of the students the Cultural Committee has been set up to organise several events and competitions.


The Children’s Day celebration was held on the 2nd of December, 2023. It was celebrated along with the feast of St. Francis Xavier, in the Ark Hall. The theme of the celebration was CARNIVAL. Students were encouraged to wear CARNIVAL HEADGEAR (BEST OUT OF WASTE)
The Feast mass was celebrated at 9.00 a.m. Students were given a recess break after the mass during which they were served an ice-cream cone and a crispello chocolate bar. After the recess, students gathered in their classes and directed back to the Ark Hall. There was a grand entry of students with their carnival head gear along with musicians.
The best head gears, one from XI and one from XII were judged and prizes given. Then a few spot prizes were handed over. The Carnival parade with different staff members groups began with monumental excitement and encouragement from the students. The groups of teachers performed on different subthemes like Haloween, Goan, Barbie town, Spanish Fiesta, Neon Carnival, Retro 70s etc etc. The carnival parade ended with the last group of management led by our Principal Ms. Victoria De Souza. After the parade, there was a combined dance step wherein all staff members joined in with full gusto and entertained the students. It was indeed a wonderful programme. The entire programme was compered by Mr. Sergio, Ms. Shruti, Mr. Suryakumar, Ms. Sneha and the carnival parade by MS. Elaine.