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We take pride in the range of sporting and cultural opportunities offered to our students, with many state level ranked successes - confirming the school's strength. The steady growth in student participation in team sports representing the school has been a feature of recent years.

Co-curricular activities are carried out throughout the Calendar Year.

Pupils are encouraged to participate in extra-curricular activities in the belief that this is an essential aspect of their overall education, and complementary to their academic development, both of these components being essential in preparing our pupils for life. KGRPS is committed to an education that extends beyond the confines of the classroom. Opportunities are provided to students for self expression by participation in debates, drawing, painting, dance, rangoli, mehandi, knitting and other competitions. Leisure time activities help in the discovery and promotion of hidden talents and skills among the students. This adds to the academic progress, for young mind learn more easily by free methods than by force.
It is through these activities that the various facets of the child's personality are revealed and that such qualities as team spirit, self -confidence, sportsmanship, initiative and the proper use of leisure are developed. In order to achieve the aim of the school, due attention is paid to the individual requirements of each child.
The school curriculum, teaching methodology, teacher - student interaction, training inputs are all based on the latest thoughts and trends in education. The logo of the school reflects the philosophy of Value, Visualization and Strength necessary for self realization. We aim to shape the personality of the child, help him in acquiring knowledge and skills to face the challenges of an increasingly complex and competitive world successfully. Education without proper and purposeful recreation is incomplete.
As the well known proverb says, "Sound mind is found in a sound body." School is also imparting a wide range of co-curricular activities which includes a variety of indoor and outdoor games, cultural and quasi-academic groups, work experience and community services.
The students are provided with facilities to play in door and outdoor games. It includes Volley Ball, Badminton, Kho - Kho, Kabaddi, Shot Put, Discuss Throw, Chess, Carom Board, Table Tennis, Lawn Tennis (for residential students) and Ludo, etc. For junior sections ---- Slides, See - Saw, and Swings are provided. The school lays great emphasis on physical fitness of students and to fulfill this motive, school provides a variety of games (indoor as well as outdoor), and recreational activities for all classes. Games and athletics are given due importance to promote a healthy body and develop a spirit of sportsmanship. In support of a strong sporting ethos at the school, a fully equipped gym is available to High Performance sportsmen at hostel. In the ensuing session the facility of swimming pool is also proposed to be provided.
We continue to maintain a sporting/cultural balance by offering many activities 'outside' the realm of sport. The students are encouraged to participate in Inter School Sports meet held every year. Besides winning several individual medals in Long Jump, Race, Badminton etc, school won the Runner Up Trophy in Men’s Volley Ball in 2004 - 05, in Annual Sports Meet of Private Schools held at Ratti. School team also won Volley Ball Trophy and was adjudged as Runner Up in Kabaddi in Annual Sports Meet of Private School held at Chandyal in 2005 - 06. Mr. Pankaj Sharma and Mr. Amit Sharma were declared as best players of Volley Ball and Kabaddi respectively. Manoj Kumar and Bhawna Rana were adjudged as the best Orator in Boys and Girls section respectively.
The Sports and Cultural Programme of Private Schools of Mandi District was conducted at Ratti in October 2007. The school made it possible to bring Runner Up shields in Basket Ball and Kabaddi, while school has bagged third position in Kho - Kho at the District Level. Concerning co-curricular activities, the school was placed at the Ist position in Folk Dance at District Level where 51 schools of Mandi District participated and in the same event the school was placed at 3rd position at the State Level Competition held in November 2007 at Palampur.
In a Group Dance Competition (Mandav Jhankar Beats 2010) being organized by Amar Ujala at Mandi, the girls of our school were placed at 2nd Position, where they performed in Rajashthani folk dance named “Ghoomar”.
There are a number of Junior Artists who have been awarded a special prize by Dainik Jagran in Drawing and Painting Competition and Poem Writing Competition. Some of them are Devyanshu Verma, Devyanshu Sharma, Damini Sharma, Mansi Garg, Kritika Singh, Kanika Singh Thakur, Neha Saini, Hitesh Kumar, Rishabh Sharma, Ashish Bhatia, Vishal Saini, Aakanksha Thakur, Chetan Kumar, Kalyani Sharma, Kritika Sharma, Navjyoti Sharma, Vikrant Chaudhary, Nishant Saini, Alka Chaudhary, Saurabh,and many more. There are a number of students who have been inspired by getting their drawings published in the Dainik Jagran and giving them suitable prizes. Himanshu Sharma won the Gold Medal in Short Put in Distt. (held at Mandi) and in State (held at Bilaspur) as well and was selected for National Level. He also won silver medal in Discuss throw at State level competition conducted by NPIYKA. Miss Chanchal Kumari also won Bronze medal in 100 meters race conducted by NPIYKA.
Saurabh Swami and Dushyant Sharma bagged 2nd Position in Debate Competition conducted by Distt. Sports Authority, Mandi atVijay Memorial College of Education, Bhangrotu on National Youth Day. Kritika Sharmawas also placed at 2nd Position in Drawing Competition in the same competition. The girls of Group Song were placed at 3rd position in the same competition.
Bharti Sharma and Dheeraj Verma participated in a Painting Competition being conducted by Satluj Jal Vidyut Pariyojna on Water Conservation and were among the top 10 students of Himachal Pradesh whose paintings were selected for State Level competition at Shimla.
In 2011 - 12, Hitin Rawat bagged 3rd Position in 200 meter race organized by Mandi Distt. Athletic Championship held at Sunder Nagar in October 2011. Also Jagreeti Guleria won 3rd Position in Shot Put throw in the same Championship.
In session 2012 - 13, the students of primary classes i.e. from class 4th & 5th participated in the Distt. Level Competition at Chauntra as well as State Level Play Competition held at Chamba.
Three girls namely (Shristi Thakur, Tanisha Sharma & Priksha Sharma) were selected for Zonal level tournament whereas three boys namely (Sahil Verma, Karan Thakur & Vishal Chaudhary) were selected for Distt Level tournament held at Chauntra.
The students of primary wing were placed at 3rd position in Group Song and 2nd Position in Solo Song at Distt level tournament held at Joginder Nagar. In handwriting competition, the handwriting of Ekta Sharma of 5th class was adjudged as the best in Balh Block and she was selected for Distt Level competition held at Chauntra.
Similarly, in U - 19 (Boys) Tournament, two students namely Himanshu Sharma and Arun Sharma were selected in Volley Ball and Kabbadi respectively to Distt Level tournament held at Pandoh. The teams of One Act Play, Folk Dance, Group Song were at the 1st Position in Zonal level tournament and were selected for Distt level held at Paunta (Sarkaghat). They were placed at 2nd position in Folk Dance and were at 3rd position in One Act Play.
In U - 19 (Girls) Tournament, the girls of our school were placed at 1st Position in One Act Play and at 2nd Position in Group Song as well as in Folk Dance. In a Youth Festival Competition organized by Distt Sports Office, Mandi, 10 teams of different blocks participated and the students of our school were placed at 1st Position in Group Song, One Act Play, Folk Dance and Tabla Playing. In the same competition the students of Folk Dance and Tabla playing were selected for State Level competition held at Kullu.
One of our student (Master Rahul Thakur) represented the Cricket Team of Himachal Pradesh in U - 14 tournament held at Rohtak {Haryana} as a bowler. He also attended the Transit Camp of the same at Bilaspur.
In Techfest function organized by Shirda Group of Institutions Naulakha, the students of our school were placed at 1st Position in One Act Play, Folk Dance, Group Song and Solo Song, among 51 teams even of the college level.
In session 2013 - 14, the Boys of High classes (U - 14) stood 1st in Group Song and Solo Song and were at 2nd position in Folk dance at Distt. Level Cultural tournament held at Sarkaghat. In the similar category of U - 14 (Girls), the team of our school was at 1st position in Group Song and at 2nd Position in Folk Dance.
The same students were placed at 1st position in Group Song and at 3rd position in Solo Song at State Level Sports and Cultural Tournament held at Sunni (Distt. Shimla) in the month of November 2013 and in the girls team our team was at 2nd position in Group Song.
The girls of our school of U - 19 category were placed at 1st position in Instrumental music and were at 2nd position in Group Song and One Act Play respectively at Zonal level tournament held at Rewalsar.

Extra time is imparted to the weak students & appropriate guidance is given to the students in order to enhance the academic performance of the students. Teachers regularly look into the matter where the students get problem and come out with a positive solution for that problem.

Besides having the main aims and objectives the school also possess the following outstanding features: -
1. Main emphasis on discipline and all round development of the personality of child.
2. Every feasible effort is taken to give personalized attention to children.
3. The school has a fully dedicated and trained staff using all the latest innovations of the educational technology.
4. School is determined to provide the coaching for various Entrance Examinations i.e. NDA, PMT, and PET to the students. For this MCQ’s are frequently being given to the students for regular practice.
5. We are giving the practical knowledge of science subjects from 6th standard onwards.
6. We are giving proper attention and extra time for weak students.