Club Activities

Insight360       Insight360 is a part of the digital publicity and deals with the digital advertisement part. It is a socially active media body of SainikSchoolKodagu covering the latest happening in and around the campus. It aims at giving the viewers a sneak peek into the events, activities and life at SainikSchoolKodagu. It also trains the members for Technical writing, Content Updation, Video Making and editing throughout the year so that enthusiasts can hone their skill and novices can grasp the nuance.                                                                       In Charge: Mr. Govindaraja Kariyappa


Readersclub        Readers’ Club, Sainik School Kodagu aims at enhancing the skill of reading among the cadets by creating an archive of resources and honing their skills in reading like skimming, scanning, summarising, and paraphrasing etc. The club is also a platform for young readers to get exposure to the world of different literary genres and to attend skill enrichment programmes in order to speed up their reading. Manifold forms of activities are planned accordingly to sharpen the thinking among readers under the tutelage of eminent speakers and avid readers. The cadets are enthralled in the reading bower of the club where they are provided with educative, motivating and graded reading materials at different levels. Readers are categorised based on their speed and comprehension and given advanced reading materials.

       Workshops, Releasing Manuscript Magazines, Sessions on Skills Enrichment, Making Movies, screening Motivational Videos, Book Fair, observance of Readers Day, visit to prominent libraries are highlights of the club which attract the budding readers to join the club.                                                                            In Charge: Mr. Sushant and Team

Chess Club







Aim/Objective of Chess Club:

The Club aims to:-

  1.   facilitat the cadets to develop interest in playing chess
  2.   impove rational thinking in cadets
  3.   improve critical thinking abilities
  4.   improve power of vision, vigilance, intuition and imagination
  5.   improve mathematical skills
  6.   improve right approach, logic, knowledge and ability not to commit a mistake
  7.   improve concentration and academic performance 
  8.    make good Chess players to represent our School in Inter-School Chess competition at District and State level.


1. Chess is extremely helpful in brain development of the children

2. Good players at District/State level will be awarded certificates/Cash prize

3. State level Certificate is considered for Sports Quota reservation in competitive Exams/Employment opportunities in Government Organisations.

Chess History:

          Chess is a classic game of strategy, invented more than 1500 years ago in India.Chess is about making a plan and then trying to carry it out in the face of a dynamic situation with multiple aspects. A chess­ player’s strength lies in clear, rational thinking, right approach, logic, knowledge and ability not to commit a mistake. Grand Master Viswanathan Anand, Mr Pendyala Harikrishna have made India proud with their extraordinary skills. For Shakespeare, the entire world was a stage and all the people’s actors. For Omar Khayyam the world is a mere chessboard, the people chessmen, and God, the creator, the player.

       However, the fact is that chess can be played by people of all age groups and mindsets. Chess is extremely helpful in brain development, particularly when it is played regularly from a very early age.Chess also helps in improving concentration and academic performance of the child. chess has been considered as a game played only by intellectuals and individuals with critical thinking abilities. 

                                                                                                                                                                                                            In Charge: Dr. Sreedhar & Team

Craft Origami club photoFollowing the National Policy on Education which clearly states that work Education is viewed as purposive and  meaningful manual work, organized as an integral part of the learning process and resulting in either goods or services useful to the community, should be considered as an essential component at all stages of education to be provided through well structured and graded programmes. The Policy also has laid down that it would comprise activities in accordance with the interests, abilities and needs of students, the level of skills and knowledge to be upgraded with the stages of education.

In order to provide exposure to various activities in Origami and Craft Club various activities are being conducted as a part of training. Presently the club consist of 55 cadets from Class VI to X. All cadets have been given training in making Paper Flower, Greeting Cards- Square shaped, Greeting Cards- Round shaped, Paper Wall Hangers, Pen Stand, Butterfly, Wall Paper Mural, Flower Vase, Christmas Stars, Paper/ Cardboard Elephant and Paper Sun. The club intends to provide exposure in the fields of making Puppets, Pottery Painting Wall Decorative- Paper and Clay, Door Decorative, Wall Murals- Paper and Clay, Mask Making- Paper and Clay, Miniature Painting on articles, Replica Making , Warli Painting on porcelain cups and saucers, Glass Painting,  Mirror Painting etc.

           The club aims at overall development of cadets’ personality and equips them with abilities to make useful products out of waste. The club activities are being held on every Wednesday in the afternoon session.                                                                                                                  In Charge: Mrs. Parvathi & Team

In order to create historical awareness and interest among the Cadets of our school, the Philately and Numismatics Club of our school has been started with 32 cadets as its members. Mr. A.Y. Kengare, Asst. Master Social Science is the in-charge of the Philately and Numismatics Club. A rich collection of more than one thousand images stamps and two hundred images of coins inspiring our Cadets to develop a habit of collecting stamps and coins of national and international importance. The aspiring members of our club will enrich this collection by collecting more number of stamps and coins..

OnithologyThe club mainly aims to create awareness among the members on the wide variety of birds and butterflies found in kodagu. The members are apprised of the various methods and techniques used to identify and record the different species of birds and butterflies. The members are equipped with the requisite skills so as to carry out this exercise during their leisure time on their own. Standard field guides of birds and butterflies are added assets of the club. The members are inspired to appreciate the beauty and importance of these winged creatures that have naturally been bestowed with the gift of flight. Apart from acquiring scientific knowledge the club also gives an opportunity for each and every member to relax and rejuvenate their tired souls in the lap of Mother Nature. Moreover it is certain that the members of the club will become the crusaders of tomorrow who will be in the forefront to the noble cause of conservation of nature and its myriad resources. In Charge: Mr. Vibin Kumar & Team


“To encourage and assist young minds to travel, explore, and extend knowledge of the terrain, adjoining hill ranges Through science, art, literature and sport”

On 22 day of November, being the Wednesday and ‘Club day’ we the members of Kalpower Club assembled in- front of Multi-Purpose Hall at 3.15pm. Our instructors Mr. Raghavendra Raje Urs B, Mr. Y Venkataramana, Mrs. Jhansi Rani and Mr. Manjappa G K were there on the spot to welcome us for one more tough day, where we can enjoy getting tired, walking long distance amidst nature. Mr. Manjappa GK, the in-charge teacher of the day’s programme briefed us about what we are going to do on the trek.

The destination was Harangi river bed, just 800 meters away from our school campus. On our way to the bank of the river, we were taught how to identify the plants, shrubs and even uses of bamboo shoots. We observed various types of crabs, fish and tadpoles. River crossing technique was taught to us in an interaction mode. We bowed down our heads to the natural beauty of the river flowing over metamorphic rocks.

Our teachers were there with us to touch natural streamlets, feel it and appreciate it. Some of my friends did not hesitate to get wet in the shallow waters as it gave them a different experience.  I didn’t know that such a wonderful natural sight is there next to our school campus.

Our trek on the river bank lasted for 2 hours and all of us returned to the school’s old security gate for headcount, de-briefing was done and we were ready to share our experiences to other cadets who were not lucky enough to join our Kal-power Club. The snaps what we took will always cherish my memories of the trek. Thanks to the school authorities, teachers for standing with us, supporting and extending all possible help to explore our natural surroundings in a natural way                                                                                        -Cdt Sachin S S. Class 10 A

“For the first time, I came to know how to identify male and female crabs, thanks to Mr. Manjappa, my Kannada teacher”                                                      -                                                                                                              -Cdt M Mani Sharan Reddy, Class 10 B

“I learnt that bamboo shoots are not only used for furniture but also in cooking curry or sambar by name ‘Kanale’ in typical Kannada in Western Ghats.”                                                                                                                  - Cdt Vinay B M, Class 10A

“I tried to catch at least one fish in my hand, couldn’t… I wonder at their swimming style….going out with a group is a memorable one”.                                                                                                                                          - Cdt Sudeep M B, Class 9A

“As everything went on as per the plan, I enjoyed a lot and this trek will be a memorable one in my life”                                                                                                                                                                                                - Cdt Tarun S. Class 8 A

Dance club"Let us read, and let us dance; these two amusements will never do any harm to the world."        -By Voltaire

Welcome to the Dance club of Sainik School Kodagu!
 Every being especially children love to dance isn’t it? The dance can reveal everything mysterious that is hidden in music, and it has the additional merit of being human and palpable. Dancing is poetry with arms and legs. It’s an expression of one’s own happiness .It encourages self-esteem and one that helps children develop a love of and appreciation for the art of dance. The children gain trust and confidence. Dance club of our school offer people a place to come together and stress free after school hours.
The dance club of our school works on every Wednesdays. The club has 45 members. The in-charge of the club is Ms Sreelekha Vs. The captain of the club is Cdt Gireesh Chandra. The club has the visiting choreographer Mr Dijesh . The styles that are taught to the club members are: western, filmi, folk ,hip-hop and  krumping.

The club members participate in all the major cultural programmes of the school like inter house cultural competition. The other major programmes in the pipeline are participation in Sahodaya folk dance competition, New year Eve celebrations and School Annual Day.

                                    In Charge: Ms. Sreelekha 

This club was opened on 26-07-2017 with 19 cadet’s interest. Hobbies are on daily basis they can learn without teacher help. But every Wednesday there is a club activity (1600 hrs to 1700 hrs).


According to father of nation M K Gandhiji explained in his school (Naithalim). Every student to learn one work education. It will be helpful in future life. Example = Weaving, agriculture, photography, tailoring…etc       

1972 Ishwar Bhai Patel committee recommended in Indian schools (upto 10th standard) there will be work education. It will provide more knowledge and experiences to get some job. So not only bookish education alone but also work education.

In 2005 CCE activities granted by Central Board of Secondary Education the name is called Club activities weekly once (1 hour).     


  1. To   develop the learning sprit of a cadet.
  2. To prepare the competitive Exam UPSC- NDA/NA other Exam.
  3. To inculcate the  habits  of study and  increase the  I Q  of the  cadets
  4. To update the Knowledge of National &International Current happenings.
  5. To increase the quality of mind for Young and Interested cadets.
  6. To   appear  and  cleared not  only   UPSC but  also KPSC/BSRB/SSC/RRB   etc

                                                                    Report By:: Mr. Dakshinamurthy, In Charge

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Kodagu District
Karnataka- 571232
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