Every school day begins with the assembly. This helps in instilling a sense of discipline – of the body and the mind – right at the beginning of the day. Assembly for students is held every morning, which includes daily prayer, pranayama, yajna and meditation as according to schedule. Students from Class NURSERY to Class VIII, congregate on the school ground in an orderly manner.



The beautiful natural environments of the school experience the great outdoors. Treks into the surrounding hills, camping, camel safari, jungle safari, educational visits, field-trips-all features are in our calendar.

A portion of the school has a farm area, in which different crops are sown according to season by the appointed farmers through farm machinery. By this the student will practically gain the knowledge of “role of agriculture in our life” in deeper sense.



Yoga is the integral part of our curriculum as an extremely essential feature to help a child of the 21st Century cope with the pressures of expectations-physically, mentally and spiritually and to develop good sanskars.



Art & Craft Classes: Dayanand Paradise has scheduled art and craft classes, which is designed to cater to all sorts of art and craft activities such as drawing, painting, clay modeling, sculpting, woodwork, pottery and many more activities for the students.

Music Room: We also have Indian and western music studio is fully equipped with all the Indian musical instruments such as the Harmonium, Tabla, Sitar and an excellent audio system, modern musical instruments such as the keyboard, congo, guitar and many more.



At Dayanand Paradise, students learn to free their mind and appreciate the uniqueness of individuals through a host of team games- cricket, football, volleyball and skating to name a few. To nurture individuality other sporting activities such as martial arts, table tennis, lawn tennis, badminton, horse riding(on demand) are also available. Inter-House and Inter-School games fixtures strengthen the mind, body and spirit of young students.



Boys and Girls of Grade 3 up are, on Saturday, involved in different projects ascribed under Socially Useful Productive Work. These include weather reporting, audio visual squad, compost pits, first aid and rural development – services that help our scholars organize and execute co-operative projects and acquire skills to mobilize resources for community development.