|The campus had held its biennial international event, Eureka International, from 25 to 28th November, 2014. Eureka International since its initiation, a good 10 years back, has always sought to make a positive impact on the minds of children as well as adults and has in these years successfully done so. This four-day event has introduced important issues like environmental conservation, energy conservation and clean and green world on a friendly platform for both the students of national as well as international schools. The very foundation of this event rests on the crux of the betterment of children and has always been focused to improve the thought and widen the horizon of their viewpoint.
Eureka International 2014 was dedicated to ‘Child Rights” and was aimed to sensitize them towards the privilege they are born to avail and enjoy and also to mirror the state of the ones lesser privileged, those who are buckling under the cruelty of circumstances and ignorance. The event was inspired by the thoughts of Dr Kofi Annan, who said “There is no trust more sacred than the one the world holds with children. There is no duty more important than ensuring that their rights are respected, that their welfare is protected, that their lives are free from fear and want and that they can grow up in peace”. These three days of competitions were visited by student participants from 7 International Schools, 34 National Schools and 24 Local Schools who competed in various exciting, thought provoking and engaging literally and cultural competitions and activities and learnt the lessons of world unity and global brotherhood.
| Eureka International 2016 (25 to 28 November 2016 )
|Aims and objectives
||EUREKA International is organized with the basic objective of promoting, encouraging and building unity and peace amongst all people irrespective of their nationality, race, colour, creed, gender or faith.