The Red Cross Society is a non-profit philanthropic organization dedicated to promoting
service and humanity. Sudesha School encourages its students to participate in
activities organized by the Junior Red Cross Society to instill a sense of social
responsibility and compassion. Students collect relief funds for victims of natural
disasters such as earthquakes, floods, and landslides, and provide assistance to those
in need. This work fosters a sense of humanity and benevolence in the students.
Sudesha Scout Troop is a platform that helps students develop leadership skills,
enabling them to become effective leaders in society. This active scout troop
participates in service camps and relief campaigns.
The ECO Club of Sudesha is dedicated to addressing environmental issues and
promoting sustainable practices among students.
In collaboration with the Central Zoo, Sudesha participates in a special program related
to wildlife conservation, biodiversity, and nature conservation in Nepal. Students
frequently participate in programs and competitions organized by the Central Zoo
through the Friends of Zoo (FOZ) program.
Sudesha Interact Club is a platform for community service, leadership development,
and international relations. Sudesha School collaborates with the Interact Club to
provide students with opportunities to connect with the Rotaract Club and Rotary Club
and participate in their activities.
Chinese language and culture classes are in high demand in modern schools. Sudesha
offers such classes to provide students with an opportunity to learn about Chinese
culture and language and to become global citizens.
Sudesha believes in connecting learning with social affairs and the welfare of the
community. The school provides students with age-appropriate social work and service-
related activities such as helping in the school kitchen, assisting junior students as
volunteers, participating in community cleaning, and raising awareness through
Sudesha Students’ Council is a group of elected leaders from different classes and a
direct election held in the school, with all students voting for the student leader. The
elected leaders form the Students’ Council, which serves to address problems and take
action in the school. This provides students with an opportunity to practice and improve
their leadership skills as school captains, vice-captains, club representatives, and class