Technocrats is committed to develop and hone the literary skills of the students from the very early years to their pre-university years. Apart from engaging in literary activities within the classroom, there are numerous post school activities which students can engage in based upon their interest.

Here is a glimpse of our world of literary activities:
  • Read and rhyme is an annual event, with the objective to enhance and encourage reading skills among children. Every child selects a book or reading material from fiction or non-fiction genres and reads it aloud in front of an audience
  • Spell Bee is a monthly event wherein the objective of this is to involve students in learning the correct spelling of words, their usage in sentences and enhance their speaking skills.
  • A monthly/weekly debate event for primary school children. It helps them develop their speaking skills and ability to express themselves verbally in front of a group, which builds confidence. Learning to debate can help children to develop their research skills as well.
  • Create-a-Disguise, Book Review and Report are events that help to enhance communication, presentation reading and comprehension skills, amongst the children.
  • Literary Week is a week-long festival to enhance the literary outlook of students. They are exposed to various activities ranging from, ‘ Meet the Author’, Author Study, Quizzing, Tongue Twisters, Puppet Shows, Story Telling Sessions, JAM Sessions, Elocution, etc during the week.


Under the umbrella of cultural activities, Technocrats promote creative thinking and artistic expression. The students get the opportunity to showcase their skills in visual as well as performing arts through a variety of programs like competitions, festivals, workshops, and shows. Not only does our art program nurture a passion for a specific art, it also inculcates an aesthetic sensibility and creativity in them.



Giving back to the community and society is a philosophy deeply ingrained in the Technocrats way of life. Our students, faculty and staff members never miss an opportunity to volunteer their resources and time to socialize. Our belief is that community service is learning by doing, experiencing, caring for members of the local and global community and demonstrating this by a personal commitment towards making a difference to the lives of others. We want our students to grow up to be successful, purposeful members of society; to make meaningful contributions towards the development of the economically deprived strata of our society. Instead of taking the theoretical approach to service leadership, we look for opportunities for our students to engage in hands-on community service.



  • Workshops on Personal Safety and Hygiene for Primary school
  • Workshop on Growing Up for Primary school
  • Workshop on Cyber Safety for Middle and Senior school
  • Workshop on Bullying and Inclusion for Middle school
  • Workshop on Substance Abuse for Senior school
  • Workshop on Conflict Resolution for Middle and Senior school
  • Sensitization and inclusion workshop for teachers across school
  • Workshop on POCSO for Faculty, Parents and Support staff
  • Workshop on Responsible Use of Social Media for Middle and Senior school
  • Workshop on Cyber Safety for Middle and Senior school
  • Workshop on Understanding Cyber Safety and the responsible use of social media for parents
  • Workshop on Effective Parenting and understanding the generation gap for parents



Developing group discussion skills is useful for everyday life as we regularly find ourselves having discussions amongst friends, family and colleagues. These may vary from very informal chats about day-to-day things, to more serious topics, for example a discussion about a recent news story or a problem that needs to be solved

  • Additionally, group discussions are increasingly being used in the job market during interviews and selection procedures. These can take a variety of formats, but the key skills remain very similar.
  • Last but not least, group discussions offer an opportunity for extended speaking (and listening!) practice by all of the contributors. Group discussion practice and skill development is therefore useful for all students.


Types of discussion

There are a variety of different types of discussions that occur naturally and which we can recreate in the classroom. These include discussions where the participants have to:

  • Make decisions(e.g. decide who to invite to a party and where to seat them)
  • Give and / or share their opinions on a given topic (e.g. discussing beliefs about the effectiveness of capital punishment)
  • Create something (e.g. plan and make a poster as a medium for feedback on a language course)
  • Solve a problem (e.g. discussing the situations behind a series of logic problems)

Some discussion topics may fall into more than one of these categories, but it is useful to consider a variety of formats to which the students can apply the skills they are learning.