House System -

All the Students from classes III and above are distributed in four houses - Milak, Zungki, Dikhu and Tizu. This system forms the base for all the competition. Through these competitions we teach them that winning is not important, but participation is an integral part of learning. This also inculcates the sense of belonging and house spirit among the students. The House provides a good platform for the holistic development of the students.
It forms the basis of all the competition in a school and promotes team spirit, group loyalty and a sense of healthy competition. The house system exists to provide pastoral care to the students. In a world with absentee parents, some children require schools to look after their basic physical, social and emotional needs. Learning can only take place when the needs of the students are being met.
A secondary feature of house system is the competition among houses. The traditional school [Sports Day] is usually an inter-house competition. Debate competitions and charity drives are also often organized along with Inter-House Competition. Merit points for behavior and academic achievements may also be totalled up for comparison between the houses.
One notable feature of the house system is the nomination and election, or appointment, of “house captains” for the junior and senior wings, whose job is to run the entire house, with staff assigned to the house serving only as advisors and mentors.
Once a house is given to a student the same will remain unchanged till Class XII.