Laboratories -------------------------
1. Models and charts of various systems in plants and animals, making students easy for understanding biology.
2. Microscopes of high quality a essential tool to study biology
3. Required permanent slides, chemicals and other instruments.
4. Spacious laboratories with all infrastructures to encourage students to do practical work.

Activities undertaken:
• Students are encouraged to handle instruments like microscope.
• All practicals from syllabus are conducted.
To observe permanent slides of various tissues in plant and animals.
Students are made familiar with staining processes which is very important for slide preparation.
To observe unicellular/ multicellular organisms like paramecium, euglena, amoeba, yeast, hydra,
Students themselves are trained to make temporary slides like stomata in plants.
To study physical and chemical properties of soil
To study carbon dioxide is released during respiration.
Students studied life cycles of insects like mosquito, honey bee, silk worm through charts which made their concepts very clear.
Spotting to identify different organisms.
Dissection of flower to identify reproductive parts
To study life cycle of mosquito.
• Projects and activities on the basis of laboratory work are conducted.
Students studied phototropism themselves in laboratory by growing plants
Students performed experiments to study factors essential for photosynthesis.
Different methods of artificial vegetative propagation grafting, layering are practiced in school garden.
• Practice of students selected for second level of Homi Bhabha Exam and other competitive exams like NSO is itself taken in the school:
Various competitive exams have a great value for practical work.
As per the syllabus student's themselves are allowed to handle models and specimens.
Separate practical question papers are prepared to make students feel free while performing experiments