For the very first time we are introducing Robo Lab which is a Activity Based laboratory (ABL) comprising of advanced robots which can be used in experiments by the students in a comfortable school environment.

It supplies advanced set of building blocks which can be used as a tool for building simulated real world situations.


The students will carry out a variety of tasks that are defined for the robots and thus gain a very hands-on insight while doing such exercises. Not only this, but the curriculum also includes assessments that can be used by the teachers for evaluating the students’ practical skills and knowledge.


“Acting Town”- the school’s drama club is designed for students, interested in learning stage terminology, working on acting skills, set building, and costumes/makeup design. In initial stages we started incorporating drama in the classroom to have students act out the dialogue from their textbooks figuring out for themselves the “blocking”, or stage movements. Not only this, club motivates students to bring out the best in them where young minds raise their voice against social malice prevalent in society around them. The students are actively involved in all the stages right from the conceptualization up to the implementation of the ideas. The ideas are presented in the form of one act plays and street plays to bring the attention of the students towards the burning social issues.


“Music is the movement of sound to reach the soul for the education of its virtue.” 

The MRA School provides training in a variety of disciplines in music and dance which the children have freedom to choose from. They can opt for Indian Classical- Kathak, Bharatnatyam, Indian Folk, Western dance and fusion. The musical instruments include drums, Tabla, Congo, Dholak, Bongo, Guitar, Sitar, Violin, Xylophone, Harmonium and Casio synthesizer. In vocal there are Western, Hindustani classical and light fusion to choose from. The school has dedicated and gifted teachers in the faculty to ignite and sustain the creative spark in the students. The universal language of music and dance forms help students to bond and provides the perfect nutriment for the mind, body and soul.


Eco club has been constituted in MRA School under the supervision of the Principal Dr. Seema Biji and Mrs. Savita Arya (Botany Educator). The main aim of establishing the Eco Club was to conserve the natural resources and the natural environment to create Eco friendly environment and create awareness of biodiversity conservation and local environmental issues among children and to create a clean and green consciousness among students through various innovative methods.
Eco club plays an important role in creating environmental awareness amongst the future generation. The Main motive of the Eco Club is to nurture and teach the importance of environment to students.

The Eco Club along with NCC cadets and NSS volunteers of the school does its best efforts for a green campus.

  • Organize seminars and special lectures on environmental issues in the School.
  • Campaign against banned carry bags, use of loud speakers, banned fireworks, recycling of glass and metals etc.
  • Organize rallies, marches, human chains at public places with a view to spread environmental awareness.
  • Action based activities like tree plantation, cleanliness drives both within and outside the School campus.
  • Plantation programme is undertaken at regular intervals through Eco-club and NSS in the school premises as well as in nearby areas.
  • Removal of waste plants and thorn bushes is done by Eco club with the help of NSS volunteers and other student from time to time.
  • School always actively participated in “Swachh Bharat Abhiyan Activities.”

We believe that extracurricular activities render an opportunity to correlate academic skills with the real world context. Featured & creative curriculum facilitates children to learn better Social skills, Critical Thinking & Teamwork.


Moti Ram Arya Sr. Sec. Model School Public School has an extremely well trained Brass band.


Training to the band group is provided by a professional trainer, Mrs Simrita Sharma.

The instruments and the paraphernalia related to the band like

  • Rum Drum Drums
  • Flutes
  • Side Drums
  • Bugle Copper (Standard Specification)
  • Trampoline
  • Trumpet
  • Bagpiper
  • Clapper
  • Hand Cymbals
  • Maracas
  • Trombone etc. are made available for practice under the supervision of the band master.

A selected group of children from classes VI to XI constitutes the school band. They have been well trained for “In Threes Marching”, a quick drill march, besides being trained in “Circle Marching”, “Bugler & Drummer Group Marching”, “Group Cover Marching”, “Figure Eight Marching”, “Square Marching”, etc.


Being a lead school under Hub of Learning we are exchanging our resources among the other schools under us, in the form of PISA worksheets, No Bag Day activities and Teacher’s online communication regarding lesson plans. Not only  this,  timely meetings are organized  to get to know about the work going on, any new amendments in C.B.S.E and accordingly making new strategies for the betterment of the students and upgrading of the teachers.


National Cadet Corps has been inculcated in the school curriculum to develop character building, discipline, comradeship, leadership, and courage, spirit of adventure, secular outlook and ideals of selfless service among the students. The school has two troupes of JD/JW cadets which includes 1 Chd Girls BN NCC () and 2 Chd BN NCC (100 seats) under the able guidance of ANO Second Officer Mrs. Sukhpal Kaur and ANO Third Officer Mr. Manoj Kalia respectively. Regular training is provided to the cadets in the school by the Program Officer and also through annual training camps.



The programme aims to inculcate social welfare in students and to provide service to society without bias. NSS volunteers work to ensure that everyone who is needy gets help to enhance their standard of living and lead a life of dignity. Volunteers provide help in natural and man-made disasters by providing food, clothing and first aid to the disaster victims. Regular NSS Activities include; celebration of National and International Days. Not only this, Special Camping Programme of 7days held every year with some specific project in hand with the involvement of local community. Some of the projects include:

  • Cleaning
  • Tree Plantation
  • Stage shows or a procession creating awareness regarding some issues like: Social issues, Educational issues etc.
  • Awareness Rallies
  • Health Camps

NSS Volunteers has been utilizing their skills, time and talents for a noble cause during the COVID-19 Pandemic by making short videos to create awareness among all the students, parents and others in neighborhood. They are sending informative messages using online platforms. This year a large number of volunteers under the able guidance of the school Principal Dr Seema Biji and the NSS Programme Officer Mrs. Meenu Sood distributed disposable masks to the students in school remises only. Students have been told to wear mask all the time during the school time and maintain social distance among themselves.

Scouts and Guide

We at MRA School believe that Scouting develops self- knowledge and the need to explore, to discover world beyond the classroom, tapping the skills of others to learn and to become well rounded citizens. It also helps our young minds to make new friends, have amazing adventures and learn new skills as scouts are do-ers and give-it-a-go-ers. Scouts and Guide is taken care by Mrs. Shashi Bisht and Mrs. Sippy Sharma.