School elections are an opportunity for learning through practice. Learning that is central to citizenship education, for leadership and life skills, and that is also challenging and fun to be part of. This thought was brought in to practice in our school on 17th April 2014 when elections for the post of Head Boy and Head Girl were held. It was a long process including
Campaigning, Manifesto, e-Voting and the Counting. The whole process of election was
successfully completed in a day and the excitement was seen to be believed.The whole
election process was completed under the supervision of various teachers and the Head of the Institution. The whole school provided the opportunity for students to participate in the democratic process of choosing representatives for a range of purposes.