In-Charge : Mr S Sriram
Cray Club is primarily an ICT club for students to hone their ICT skills. The Club which was established in 1990 has grown leaps and bounds over the years and has contributed to the development of students in School. The club functions from the month of April every year with selection of new members. A Class X student is democratically elected as the President of the club who then oversees the operations of the club through the year. The Cray Club meets four days in a week from Monday to Thursday during hobby time.
Aims and Objectives:
• To start a "digital revolution" among the students so that they are in sync with the latest trends and technologies in the field of ICT
• To impart relevant ICT knowledge and skills required for 21st Century
• Make the students work as a team, build leadership skills and collaborate with other schools for better learning outcomes
Activities in Cray Club:
• The Members of Cray Computer Club are divided into groups based on the skillset.
• Every teacher is responsible for a set of groups depending upon the personal ability to handle a particular project and expertise in particular software.
• Regular workshops by teachers and experts to give the students right exposure.
• Selection of concepts/themes on which the project is to be designed by the students.
• Lectures by peer group leaders to help them learn the nuances.
• Timelines set for various stages of project completion.
• Continuously monitor and assist students so that they reach their goal.
• Display of the students work in public domain for maximum outreach.
• Conduct Inter House IT Competition
• Robotics sessions
• Multimedia Presentation
• Website Designing
• App Development
• Google Sketch up
• Poster designing
• Audio/Video editing
In addition, collaborative Skype sessions are held regularly with schools around the world to exchange views on latest ICT trends and developments.
Students also take part in various IT competitions and Olympiads held through the year in various parts of the country.
Students put up projects and working models during Prize Giving every year on a specific theme chosen by the School.