Students’ Parliaments aim to:
There are various clubs such that cover nature, music, drama, painting and media. Yoga, quiz and dance are also undertaken.
Vishwashanti Gurukul Youth Wing is actively involved with adopting villages, which are visited by students and street plays are performed to create awareness. They try to understand problems and provide practical solutions.
The club members meet every Saturday and conduct activities.
The club encourages reading, creative writing and presentations every weekend.
MIT VGS recognizes that co-curricular activities should be an integral part of every student’s life. Our structured sports curriculum starts right from nursery with basics about balancing, walking and right posture. Subsequently sports such as football, volleyball, basketball, skating, swimming, chess, carom and tennis are taught under professional guidance. Karate, aerobics and Yoga form part of the routine.
Each morning, the assembly begins with the very meaningful World Peace Prayer. There are stipulated periods of music in a week. Indian classical and western forms of dances are also taught. In-house art competitions are held every month including pottery and origami.
Special thrust is placed on English language communication. Professional guidance is provided to improve command over the language - written and spoken. Inter-house competitions are also held.
This forms the basis for healthy competition. The 4 houses also have house boards, which are decorated by the students. Young leaders are born when house captains are selected.