Initiative for Moral and Cultural Training [IMCT] was launched in 2012 to impart "Value Building samskarams" to school children based on themes to influence their conduct, not just thinking.
IMCT has devised the following six basic themes (values) that are more relevant and necessary for any person to become humane.
1) Conserve Forest and Protect Wild life
2) Preserve Ecology
3) Sustain Environment
4) Inculcate Family & Human Values
5) Foster Women's Honor
6) Instill Patriotism
IMCT connects the themes to the subconscious mind through thematic samskarams that are necessary to influence the conduct.
IMCT programs trains the young boys and girls to inculcate values and connect them to symbols and symbolisms that are very essential for retaining and remembering values.
Date : 12.11.13
Day : Tuesday
A nation’s culture resides in the hearts and in the soul of life. – Mahatma Gandhiji.
The programme originated with praising the holy river of India, Ganga. Sri. S. Sundaramurthy, Principal welcomed the gathering and introduced the chief guest Sri. L. Natarajan, Excutive Committee Member – RSS by his warm panegyric. Our chief guest was honoured by Sri. R. V. Ramalingam, Honorary Correspondent.
Day : Friday
To glorify the girls and value their significance, Kanya Vandana was celebrated in our school in a traditional way. The celebration started with lighting kuthuvilakku and prayer. Smt. K Sujatha Principal welcomed the gathering and Shri M Veerachami, Academic Director, Pakkam introduced the chief guests: Smt. Kanchanamala, principal, ICF Metric Higher secondary School and Smt. Meenakumari, Principal Kulapathy Dr. S Balakrishna Joshi Gurukulam Metric Higher Secondary School.
In her presidential speech, Smt. Kanchanamala channeled the parents how to bring up their children in a proper way. Her speech made the girls to be proud of them. Smt. Meenakumari incited the gathering to have ‘concentration’ in all the work through anecdotes from Mahabaratha .
Kanya Vandana pooja was conducted by parents of III & IV (girls) under the guidance of Smt. Charumaty, Organiser, IMCT. Parents performed pooja for their daughters, assuming them as goddesses. The day symbolized the importance of girls.
IMCT QUARTER FINALS
Date : 21.1.2015
Day : Wednesday
IMCT Quarter finals competitions and Swadeshi games competitions were conducted in our school for the classes I to XII.
Total number of competitions - 271
Total number of participants - 900
Number of competitions (Swadeshi games) - 72
Total number of participants (Swadeshi games) - 150