Interact Club

                                                                                                 Interact Club’s Installation Ceremony


Pragyan School’s Interact Club with a dynamic student body is active throughout the year serving the society in their own small ways.

 On 25 August, 2017, Pragyan School’s Interact Club appointed its new student body. Among those who took the oath of office were:  Neeraja Giri - President; Dhruvi Sharma - Vice President; Jagriti Singh - Director;  Sandhya- Treasurer; Tanishka – Secretary and other senior members.  

The function began with an orchestral performance and then the students enthralled the audience with a beautiful dance and musical extravaganza. It was followed by badge pinning ceremony – in which the student-leaders received badges from the Rotarians of Green Greater Noida.

The Rotarians hailed the club’s efforts in the field of social work and reiterated the fact that whether it is a visit to an old age home to spend time with the aged or it is to organize blood donation camps, the school’s Interact Club has been doing a great job!

Rotarian Preeti Agarwal (President of Green Gr. Noida) gave a motivating speech to the students to understand the role of an interact club member and carry forward its legacy by conducting the welfare activities for the less privileged sections of the society. The ceremony concluded with the Principal, Mrs. Ruchika Sharma’s address in which she exhorted the students to develop a feeling of ‘service before self’, so they can change their society for good.


                                                                        Donation To The Underprivileged

The Interact Club collected old woolens from our school students and teachers. On the 27th December, 2013 the members embarked on a journey to donate these to the underprivileged members of our society. Woolens like scarfs, gloves, sweaters and jerseys were part of the donation along with t-shirts, pants and even saris. They visited several bastis like the Eicher Basti. Everyone there, were delighted to receive what could be called, their Christmas or New Year presents.