Community Service

  • The Fabindia School launched a community service and adult literacy program, undertaking the responsibility to teach in a nearby village called Punaria which has a 72% illiterate population. Students from senior classes regularly visit the village and hope that the adult population of the village acquires literacy as a result.

Literacy Program


  • The school organized a very successful Cricket Tournament where 18 schools participated. The home team was the runner up. Visitors were surprised to see our impressive buildings, play area and green surroundings. 
  • Some of the girl students attended an archery competition for the first time and stood first in the competition.


  • The Vanmahotsava, a national forest conservation holiday is celebrated at the school every year. Moreover, on 15th August— India’s Independence Day, the school was awarded for protecting the environment and its green cover.
  • Ramayana, an ancient Sanskrit epic was presented as a play by the students of Junior School to celebrate the festival of Diwali.



  • In September, the teaching staff and class X students took an overnight bus to Jaipur for a field trip. They got a chance to visit a Fabindia store, warehouse and a block printing unit. The trip was designed to introduce the staff and students to the various aspects of the Fabindia Company. It also gave students and teachers a chance to sight see and spend time in the capital city of Rajasthan.
  • For the first time, the school organized an educational tour in October for classes VII-X.  Twenty-nine students and four teachers undertook a four day train journey to some of the famous Himalayan towns - Haridwar, Mussoorie, Rishikesh and Dehradun. For many students this was the first time away from home!
  • Since water management is an important issue for the people of Rajasthan, senior students went on a field trip to see a water conservation and management project.  They learned about rainwater harvesting and the community achievements of two villages, Khadin and Anicut, whose joint efforts lead the project. The school has a water harvesting system in place since its inception.
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