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“I pledge myself to care for my own health and that of others, to help the sick and suffering, especially children and to look of all other children all over the world as my friends.”

During the First World War in 1914, India had no organization for relief services to the affected soldiers, except a branch of the St. John Ambulance Association by a Joint Committee of the British Red Cross. Later, a branch of the same Committee was started to undertake the much needed relief services in collaboration with the St. John Ambulance Association in aid of the soldiers as well as civilian sufferers of the horrors of that Great War. On 7th June 1920 , fifty members were formally nominated to constitute the Indian Red Cross Society and the first Managing Body was elected from among them with Sir Malcolm Hailey as Chairman.

In Viruthai Vikas Junior Red Cross Society was started in our school during the academic year 2002-2003 under the delighted guidance of our respected Management Board who preferred to create awareness among the students to possess service mentality. The JRC functions as per the principles adopted by Dunant, which was successful till date. During our journey we have touched several peak of services. Members of JRC participated in interschool JRC District level competitions. We conduct weekend classes for the JRC volunteers on various topics. The youth is being trained on different topics such as fundamental principles, humanitarian values, climate change, disaster risk reduction, road safety and hygiene & sanitation. Students also develop handicrafts like greeting cards, wealth out of waste to develop their inbuilt talents. “Down the street, across the country, around the world.”


“Responsibility for the development of one’s self.”

The Boy Scouts Movement had a simple start in the year 1907 when a Maj. General of Army Lord Baden Powell conducted an experimental camp in Brown sea Island in England with 20 boys. The successful conduct of the camp and publication of the Book “Scouting for Boys” in a fortnightly marked the start of the Boy Scout Movement. In the year 1910, Crystal palace Rally was held where Girls wearing the boy Scout uniform appeared and wanted to join the Scout Movement. Lord Baden Powell decided to start a movement for Girls with the help of his sister Agnes Baden Powell


The motto or watchword of the National Service Scheme is “NOT ME BUT YOU”.

National Service Scheme, popularly known as NSS, orients the student youth to community service while they are studying in educational institutions, under the guidance of Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports. National Service Scheme was launched on 24 September, 1969 by the then Education Minister Dr. V.K.R.V Rao in 37 universities covering all states. Today, NSS has more than 3.2 million student volunteers on its roll spread over 298 universities and 42(+2) Senior Secondary Councils and Directorate of Vocational Education all over the county.

The NSS symbol is based on the Rath of wheel of the “Konark Sun Temple” situated in Odisha. The giant wheels of the Sun Temple portray the cycle of creation, preservation and release and signify the movement in life across time and space. The Navy blue colourindicates the cosmos (universe) of which the NSS is tiny part ready to contribute its share for the welfare of the mankind. The Red colour in the badge indicates that the NSS volunteers are full of blood i.e., lively, active, energetic and full of high sprit. The NSS day is observed on 24th September every year. The NSS Headquarter is located in New Delhi. The objective of NSS is the development of students’ personality through community service.

NSS Volunteers of our school are making sincere efforts at present and are ready to serve in future. We hope our unit serves a lot to school and society without any expectation and rewards. Surely, with moral guidance of our Principal and Managements, We hope, we are able to serve you more and more in the days to come.