"We regularly take our students on visits to these schools," she said. On occasions like rakhi, the students teach the blind how to make a rakhi. The art and craft by the blind is exhibited at various functions organized by the school, where mentors, teachers and parents purchase their work, and the earnings from it are sent to the blind school.
Udita Vikram, a social science teacher says, "It's important for our students to realize that life is not so easy. We organize trips to villages to educate children about rural lifestyle and send library on wheels where the village children can have the facility to read", said Udita claiming that the concept has been evoking good response from the underprivileged children.
Apart from education and craft, the headmistress said they teach students not to throw away leftover food. "If at all we have surplus food in the canteen, we distribute it among the underprivileged children," she said adding that at times the IWS donates the proceeds collected at various functions organized by it.