Commitment to Society

The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.

As Martin Luther King Jr. said 'Life's most persistent and urgent question is "What are you doing for others?"'. In the constant search for the answer to this statement our school has initiated various small acts on humanitarian grounds. Neo Family is not restricted only to the four walls of our campus but we have outreached various underprivileged sections of the society to be a reason of someone's smile and hope.


Disability is just a matter of perception. Dr. Rajender Johar was an example of a life full of optimism without self pity even after losing the use of all four limbs on account of an accident 24 years back. He lived a fruitful life with an aim of healing the differently abled people by giving them a meaningful and dignified life. He founded Family of Disabled to raise resources for helping the disabled of the society.
Our association with FOD is now around 12 years old. We contribute to the family so that they are able to support other disabled people. The waste paper we generate is used by them for commercial purposes.


Rajya Sainik Board Delhi observes 'Armed Forces Flag Day' every year on 7th of December for the memory of to the brave soldiers who courageously laid down their lives while defending the frontiers of our nation. Our school has been the member of 'Armed Forces Flag Day Donation Campaign' since 2005 and contributes for the welfare of ex-servicemen and their widows/dependents through our donations every year.


In the world divided on the basis of caste, community and ethnicity we need a binding force which can bring the feeling of respect, acceptance and love amongst the communities. Communal Harmony Week is celebrated every year to spread the feeling of oneness and unity across the nation. Neo family contributes donations towards Communal Harmony Week every year to provide assistance for the physical and psychological rehabilitation of the child victims of communal caste, ethnic and terrorist violence with special reference to their care, education and training.


Illiteracy is a major problem faced by the Indian society. In a very small way, the school fulfils its responsibilities towards the society by running afternoon classes under the agesis of 'Neo Shiksha Abhiyan'. Children from the nearby slums are taught under this programme. These children are provided with uniforms, books, stationery and healthy refreshments. Two teachers from school staff do 'Shramdaan' daily and help the volunteer teacher in looking after the students. The students get the opportunity to showcase their talent by participating regularly in all annual events of the school.