To instil in the minds of the students a sense of responsibility and team spirit, all the students are divided into a HOUSE system. 

To help our students discover and foster their hidden talents, Shree Narayan Mission Senior Secondary School (SNMSSS) provides various Co-curricular activities which are conducted for different levels of learners. Participation is encouraged in various inter-house competitions in creative and performing arts, literary activities, academics along with sports and co-curricular events, thereby, developing confidence in the members of the house to showcase their talents and abilities. A healthy competitive and team spirit is thus inculcated and developed in the child.

The students in SNMSSS are divided into four houses with each house headed by a house in-charge and a team of teachers and house prefects


Arjuna (is the great hero of the Indian epic Mahabharata and the philosophical-religious dialogue Bhagavad Gita. His name means “shining”, “silver” and similar terms relating to brightness. Arjuna represents the best aspects of humanity:

  • Courage, Strength, and Humility
  • Intelligence and Wisdom
  • Commitment to Truth and Justice
  • Performance of Dharma with Karma (Duty and Right Action)

In Short Arjuna is symbol of bravery, generosity and compassion


Bhishma Pitamah, the greatest warrior in the Hindu epic Mahabharata, was a man of valour, truthfulness, forgiveness, empathy and wisdom. He is known as a great intellectual who had mastered the art of concentration and at the same time, he was the supreme warrior who had defeated his guru, Parshurama himself. The literal meaning of the word Bhishma is fierce. Bhishma represents fierce commitment to one’s duty and to one’s word. His ability to stick to his vows (No matter what challenges he would face) famously known as ‘Bhishma Pratigya’ teaches us to stick to our goals with persistence even on encountering multiple challenges.

BHISMA – symbol of courage, truthfulness and wisdom


Guru Dronacharya was a legendary and illustrious teacher of the Mahabharata era. He taught royal princes of both the clans, Pandavas and Kauravas. It is his teachings which made all his disciples from both the princely clan, masters of all the arts-related to warfare. He is hailed for his ability to identify the skills and passion of his students and groom them in the right subject in the best way.

Apart from being the teacher of the kuru princes, he was a skilled archer with the knowledge of some rare and special techniques.

DHRONA: A symbol of loyalty, authority, and glory


Chanakya was an ancient Indian polymath who was active as a teacherauthor, strategist, philosophereconomistjurist, and royal advisor. He authored the ancient Indian political treatise, the Arthashastra (“The science of Material Gain”). Acharya Chanakya had a deep understanding of the personality and society of the people. He has taught people how to live the right life in his ethics which are relevant today also.

He is considered the pioneer of the field of political science and economics in India, and his work is thought of as an important precursor to classical economics. Chanakya assisted the first Mauryan emperor Chandragupta in his rise to power and is widely credited for having played an important role in the establishment of the Maurya Empire.

CHANAKYA – A symbol of intelligence, initiative, and leadership