National Cadets Corps aka “NCC” is the Government’s National Youth Programme, passed by the Cabinet and conducted by the army in coordination with the Ministry of Defence and the Ministry of Education.
Schools up to Class 10 run the Junior Division Programme.
School with Classes 10 +2 run the Senior Division Programme.
Junior Division Training runs for 100 days, of which, 79 days are spent in the school itself, while 21 days are spent in the camp.
The training focuses mainly on leadership, discipline, physical fitness, team work, mutual cooperation, understanding each other’s cultures and traditions, responsibilities, decision making.
The cost of training— including fooding, lodging and transportation during the camp— is totally borne by the government.
The main aim of NCC is to produce leaders and prepare the citizens of tomorrow with a broad outlook of environment, disaster relief, rescue and other relief operations.
This Youth Program is a structured framework designed to guide and encourage scouts along the path of personal growth. It is an interdependent group of elements forming a unified and integrated whole. Scout method is intended to help young people use and develop their own capacities, interests and experience in life. It is designed to stimulate the discovery and development of new capacities and interests. It is also useful to help find constructive ways of meeting the students needs at different stages of development and to open doors to further stages at their own individual pace.
The purpose of the scout movement is to contribute to the development of the youths— in achieving their full physical, intellectual, social, emotional and spiritual potential as individuals, responsible citizens and as members of their local, national and international communities. Character development is the dimension of personal identity and desire that unites all the other areas in the process of personal growth. Without the dimension of character, the person cannot be the actor of their own development.
BeeCreative Innovators’ club is an extra-curricular program designed to stimulate
students’ interest through project-based learning in classrooms. This is a club-based
package that collaborates with your school to enhance the conventional learning process by covering beyond the school curriculum. The club works together with schools to provide a platform for students to showcase their creativity, critical thinking, collaboration and communication, just like their written skills. BCIC caters to the students’ needs by providing them with a takeaway kit and mentorship to explore their interests. They offer this program to a mixed grade of students from grade 4 to 9. At BeeCreative Innovators Club, they explore new ways of approaching a ‘hands-on’ and ‘minds-on’
learning approach where students learn robotics, game designing, and animation
or paper engineering.
Taekwondo, like any other sports, improves one’s physical fitness, mental alertness, and builds confidence and protects an individual from any violence. Its knowledge and practice builds confidence and gives one a positive perspective and attitude in life. It is one of the main events of Daffodil School’s ECA and the students can opt for it as one of the choices in the ECA.
Debate provides encounters that are helpful for a child’s cognitive and presentational abilities. Furthermore, through debate, debaters acquire distinct educational advantages as they learn and polish their abilities way past what can be learnt in any other setting.
In any event, debate encourages students to deploy rational and reasoned arguments with compelling evidence. It enables them to elucidate their standpoint through utilizing rhetorical eloquence. It instills in debaters a great sense of poise and confidence. It teaches them the skills of researching, organizing, and presenting information in a compelling fashion.