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Clubs & Association

RELEVANCE

Various competitions like Oratory, Recitation, Essay, Quiz, Drawing, Dance, Drama, Music, Mono acting, Ad zap, Handwriting, Poetry Writing and Fancy dress are conducted and prizes are awarded to the winners at the end of the year. Literary Association is formed by the students of the schools and monthly meetings are held.

Students are encouraged to actively participate in social and community clubs like Rotary Interact Club, Road Safety Patrol, Scouts and Guides, NSS and JRC. To recognize the talent of students, several endowment prizes are awarded.

ECO CLUB

Environment clubs are often at the heart of a school’s sustainable activities and help achieve meaningful change within school communities. The Environmental club has set many goals to be accomplished. One major task is the job of persuading students to join the club and participate in all the fundraising events. This is to make the teenagers to believe that they can help to protect and save the environment. Since our school campus is pretty big, the club is able to plant flowers and trees around the grounds and even maintain a little garden. The members of the club could then take turns maintaining the garden. Everybody loves art. So, why not put our skills to work by creating posters and signs to hang up around the school encouraging students to “Renew, Reuse and Recycle”.

JRC

Henru Dunant was the founder of the Red Cross and the first recipient of the Nobel Peace prize. Gustave Moynier, a prominent lawyer in Geneva and President of the city’s society of public welfare, showed immediate interest in Dunant’s ideas. Delegates from sixteen countries met at Geneva from 26th to 29th October 1863 and agreed to approve the resolutions of the Geneva committee.

Junior Red Cross club is acting for the past 20 years based on the three fold programme: Protection of health and life, Service to others and International friendship. These activities help young people to develop their mental and moral capabilities to the fullest, the result being that they become good citizens.

LITERARY ASSOCIATION

The literary association kick-started its function on 6th Jan,2016. The main objective of our literary association is to surface and draw out the innate potential of the students and to develop their skills in arts and crafts, dramatics, recitation of poems, fancy dress, music, dance, Role play, Debate, Quelling, essay writing, Jewels making, vegetable carving, Drawing, instrumental music, quiz etc. Prizes and certificates of merit are awarded.

Alagappa School students experienced an Election session where in they had to elect their SPL, ASPL, Cultural and Sports secretaries, House Captains and Vice Captains.

ROTARY INTERACT CLUB

Rotary Interact club is for IX and XI std students which makes them to come together to tackle the issues in the community, that they care most about. Through interact you can

  • Carry out hands-on service project
  • Make international connection
  • Develop leadership skills
  • Have fun

The Interact club of Alagappa schools was inaugurated on the 22nd of August, 1999. A team consisting of a President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer and 4 Directors are selected among the students. The activities are conducted by the students and their projects are judged by the Rotarians and the Rotary club of Madras awards them. Alagappa schools have been receiving these Interact awards annually from 2011 till date.

ROAD SAFETY PATROL

Our school RSP was initiated in 1992. Students participate in different activities and execute them very well. Alagappa school students have been appreciated by the police department for their active participation in controlling the traffic. Every year 5 students are selected by the police traffic wardens for the Republic day parade. Our school RSP cadre was appreciated by the Commissioner of Police, Mr.T.K.Rajendran IPS. This year our staff in charge along with eighty students attended the inauguration function held at Bentinck school, Vepery, Chenni-7. G.S.Senthilkumar of XI-std was awarded the best “Student Official” by the Commissioner of Police. Every day the RSP students are actively engaged in monitoring the school discipline and regulating the traffic rules in and around the school premises.

SCOUTS & GUIDES

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K.R.Vishwa and Karthik Yogi of XII Std are selected to appear for Scouts test at the National level which is to be held in January, 2017.

Scouts & Guides inculcates good values, mould individuals to become dignified citizens of our nation. Our scout spent three days at the camp at Tonekola, 2014.

  • In the year 2005 – 6 students
  • In the year 2008 – 6 students
  • In the year 2010 – 6 students
  • In the year 2016 – 6 students

served for Rajyapuraskar Award. In the year 2007 – 2 students and in the year 2016 – 2 students received for Governor’s Award. We got the Best Scout award from the Honorable Commissioner Dr.S.M.Bhaktavaran.M.S.

NSS

The NSS was first inaugurated in the year 2007. Our motto is “NOT ME BUT YOU!”. Our NSS students help in organizing any event or function which is conducted in or by our school. We also perform activities like Campus cleaning, Tree planting and Rallies. We are also involved in celebrating various events like World food day, World AIDS day, UNO day and conduct programmes on creating awareness among the students and public. The NSS students also attend a special camp for 7 days in a slum area/village and conduct many programmes. The NSS students from our school regularly participate in the Republic day parade selection.

Online Notice Board

  • Chennai District Badminton

    Chennai District Badminton Championship 2017 conducted by Chennai District Badminton Association in Ambattur on 18th February.

    Badminton Doubles

    A. Akshaya and R. Arul Bala have won first place in Women Doubles.

    Badminton Singles

    A. Askshaya - 1st Place in Girls Singles

    R. Arul Bala - Runner up in Girls Singles

  • Cheif Minister's Trophy

    Cheif Minister's Trophy,- B. Steffin, of Class VIII has won 1st place in Cheif Minister's Trophy, state level Fencing Competition held at Paavai Engineering College, Pachal on 3rd Feb,2017. He won a cash award of Rs 1 Lakh.

  • Fencing Competition

    B. Steffin, -1st place with Cash prize of Rs.1Lakh

    S.K.Nithin - 3rd Place with Cash prize of Rs.50,000

  • Judo Competition

    B.Naveen Raj- 3rd Place with Cash prize of Rs.50,000

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