Gandhi House got its name from India's greatest leader "Mahatma Gandhi", the first person to use "Ahimsa" as a weapon to fight the British. Our house motto "Life-Brotherhood-Ahimsa" is based on the principles of Gandhiji.
Good, better, best, never let it rest, till your good is better and your better is best.
Gandhi house named after the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi, has its motto “Life, brotherhood, ahimsa”. Gandhiji, being so great that in the year 1948 when he died, the Nobel prize for peace was not given to anyone because there was not a suitable living candidate!
In the year 2015-16, Gandhi house sailed past all the obstacles to make its way to progress under the able guidance of our house master Mr. Navin Kumar Sharma and our house mistress Mrs. Rafat Naseer. The Captain of the house Shivam Sapra led the house with a great deal of enthusiasm supported well by the vice captain Dhruv Pandey.
Gandhi house achieved many laurels in sports and cultural activities. The captain Shivam bagged Gold medal in high jump. In the seniors’ category Siddhartha Rana won a bronze medal in shotput and a silver in javelin throw. Varenyum won a gold in high jump and silver in inter cycle race becoming the best athlete of the house. Yatharth bagged two silver medals. Agrim also bagged a silver in high jump. In the juniors’ category the relay team bagged the gold medal. Yash bagged four silver medals. The most successful category was definitely the Sub-Juniors category of the house with Ashwin becoming the best athlete of the division. The girls of the house were not behind with Ananya Singh becoming the best athlete in the junior girls’ category and relay team also bagged the gold medal. The house was adorned the third best house of the year.
Perhaps the greatest victory of the house was that it truly displayed the feeling of brotherhood and participated in sports with sportsmen spirit. I would also like to thank all the Gandhi house teachers and the students who worked tirelessly during the notice board decorations.
“Challenges are what make life interesting, overcoming then is what makes life meaningful.”