Krishna Academy Secondary School
Co-educational English Medium
Affiliated to CBSE Preet Vihar Delhi


Eco Club

An ecosystem is a community of living organisms in conjunction with the nonliving components of their environment (things like air, water and soil), interacting as a system. These biotic and abiotic components are regarded as linked together through nutrient cycles and energy flows. They can be of any size but usually encompass specific, limited spaces. Energy, water, nitrogen and soil minerals are other essential abiotic components of an ecosystem. The energy that flows through ecosystems is obtained primarily from the sun. It generally enters the system through photosynthesis, a process that also captures carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. By feeding on plants and on one another, animals play an important role in the movement of matter and energy through the system. They also influence the quantity of plant and microbial biomass present. By breaking down dead organic matter, decomposers release carbon back to the atmosphere and facilitate nutrient cycling by converting nutrients stored in dead biomass back to a form that can be readily used by plants and other microbes.

Eco club is a platform on which we got the knowledge about ecology. Purpose of an eco club in our school is understood flora and fauna in a particular geographical area (pond, forest and grassland etc.). Teachers and students made a group in our school "Krishna Academy" to educate not only students but also neighbour community for different ecosystem and how we save our environment and thus in future our upcoming progeny can survive on earth. School offer different activities to sensitise not only our students but nearby village population to know real fact and how to reduce different pollution and maintain harmony between organism and their surroundings.

The earth can be seen as a manifestation of the goddess, and must be treated with respect. The five elements -- space, air, fire, water, and earth -- are the foundation of an interconnected web of life.

Dharma -often translated as "duty" can be reinterpreted to include our responsibility to care for the earth.

Simple living is a model for the development of sustainable economies. Our treatment of nature directly affects our karma.


  • Visit to ponds
  • Visit to forest
  • Visit to grassland
  • Tree plantation drives
  • Organizing campaigns and rallies like "Say no to Poly Bags", "Say no to crackers", "Save Water", "Save Energy", and "Green and Clean Earth"
  • Projects Rain Water Harvesting, composite pits Solar light, recycling of waste
  • Participation of students in various intra and inter school events
  • Poster making
  • Environment Quiz

We should not forgotten that Extreme Environmental Changes will Invite Natural Disasters

The Earth is Devi or a Goddess and our Mother and Deserves our devotion and protection.

Heritage Club

Heritage Education is not merely recreation for students but should be an important part of their learning process. It will help them understand history and society and will inculcate values of respect for diversity and tolerance. While it is important to highlight aspects of national heritage, it is also important to bring local heritages into the purview of heritage education programmes. Very limited resources are required for the most basic heritage education programmes. More involved programmes require some investment. But most heritage activities, like heritage walks and heritage clubs, require little capital investment butcan go a long way in helping the child experience culture and heritage and bring alive many of the things she reads in her history textbook.


  • Heritage walks in historical areas of cities/towns/World Heritage Sites
  • Site visits to museums, interpretation centres, and archaeological sites
  • Essay competitions on literature in English and local languages
  • Involving students in documenting local living heritage like festivals
  • Painting and drawing competitions for students at built heritage sites
  • Workshops with artists and craftsmen and women, both traditional and contemporary
  • Encouraging students to trace and write their own family histories and traditions, to understand historical change through this Site visits for students to crafts centres, textile loom units, handicraft workshops and factories to understand craft and industrial heritage
  • Students may be asked to create a nature trail in their own school premises (if possible), marking trees, plants and other flora

Health & Wellness Club

Health is a state of complete physical, mental, social, emotional and spiritual well-being and not merely an absence of disease or infirmity. Mentally healthy person is free from internal conflict; he is not at “war” with himself. He is well adjusted and accepts criticism and not easily upset. He searches for identity and strong sense of Self-esteem. He knows himself i.e. his needs, problems and goals, self control-balance rationality and emotionality. He faces problems and try to solve them intelligently i.e. coping with stress and anxiety. Social well-being implies harmony between individuals and members of society and whole world. Social levels of health include social skill, interpersonal skill and social functioning. Physical education, health awareness in the curriculum and extracurricular activities are both very popular and successful areas of learning in school. Krishna Academy provides knowledge of health and hygiene and disperses through “Health and well-being club” in our school for students, staff members and community levels. Our schools provide basic knowledge of health and sanitation education. It is good luck of our school that under guidance of Dr.S.K.Verma , health and wellness club not only educate them for positive health but also treat them.

Integrity Club

Purpose of integrity club in our school is to inculcate moral values into the minds of young children so that they grow up to become socially and morally responsible citizens of the country and environment of school always make try to no place for communalism, fanaticism and dogma. The integrity clubs are designed as ‘Community groups’ for cultivating ‘human values’ among our students by means of organizing games, activities and workshops in schools. Club is set up in the school as a 'community group' consisting of students from classes VI to IX in the age group of 11-16 years. Integrity Club works on inculcating 18 basic moral values. Truth, Nonviolence, Forgiveness, Sincerity, Character, Discipline, Tidiness, Tolerance, Respectfulness, Compassion, Simplicity, Honesty, Patriotism, Unity, Integrity, Honesty, Love, Hard work.

Good thought, Behaviour and Emotions are responsible for Personality development. Duties, Devotion, Determination are key point of Success Hard Work Kill the Disease known as Failure.

Superstition, Fanaticism, Dogma, Communalism, are Enemy of Humanity

Arise, awake and Stop not till the Goal is reached.

Swami Vivekananda

Literary Club

It is only by introducing the young to great literature, drama and poetry that we open to them the possibilities that lie within the human spirit and enable them to explore the vision and dreams. True to its name, the Literary Club gives a platform to the students to exhibit & verbalize their imagination, originality and talents through a number of activities and games like proverb dumb charades, word building, mono acting, enacting short skits, spin yarn, composing poems and debates. The club organized different activities throughout the session. Students and the teachers took active interests in all the activities of the club. The faculties of the club organized various seminars and workshops to provide the means for literary. The teachers rendered their help to the students for show casing their talents by providing training in the art of communicating one's ideas to others. Literary expression is either oral or written . By participating in debates, students get an opportunity to express themselves orally and in a logical way. Public speaking and debating are two main forms of oral expression which are facilitated by the club. The students were taught to speak, read and write during the seminars. The club aims at improving and accomplishing literary ideas and thoughts.The Club organized English Debate and Hindi Debate Competition which gave good platform to develop their speaking skill. English essay writing competition was organized on the topic 'Right to Education and Right to Health for the Senior Classes. Students actively participated in English storytelling, recitation and extempore in the Junior Section. Students were motivated to take part in Hindi poem writing, story writing and essay writing competition. Apart from the competitions held students also took interest in making different charts depicting new words, phrases, idioms, cross words, palindromes etc. which increased the knowledge and interest in the literary field. They were also taught to compose their original works and write reviews on literary classics and even movies. A workshop of preparing a 'Class Magazine' for the students of classes IX and X gave lots of enthusiasm and encouragement. Students are encouraged to participate in inter- house and inter-school competitions. Comparing and good oratory skills are taught through morning assemblies and other programs as an effective medium. The highlights of the news, read by a student each morning helps to develop confidence among students.

Social Service Club

Social service club is created to deliver social activities to neighbour community to sensitise and educate them by virtue of which they can uplift their knowledge, idea and improve their living conditions.

  1. Aid to Poor Students of School.
  2. Health and Sanitation Education.
  3. Organisation of Medical Camp in school.
  4. Environment Awareness & Sensitising Camp.
  5. Clean Energy Utilisation Promotion camp.
  6. Swachh Bharat Abhiyan.