A Grand Cultural Bonanza

The Primary Wing of The Pentecostal Assembly School organised  a grand Annual Cultural Programme on September 29th 2022. With 165 participants from Class Prep to V, the enthusiastic and talented students of The Pentecostal Assembly School took us on the musical journey of the folk dances of different states of India.

Director Sir, Rev. (Dr.) D. N. Prasad and CAO Madam, Mrs. Rita Prasad opened the programme in prayer. From Kashmir in the North to Kerala in the South, Assam in the East to the colourful land of Rajasthan in the West- the students presented the rich cultural diversity of our nation and focussed on the underlying harmony amongst the people. Parents and Guardians were left spellbound by the glamour of the costumes, the perfect synchrony of the dances and the energetic performances of the primary children.

Shri Bhupinder Singh Popli- Chief General Manager, Town Services was the Chief Guest on the occasion. He was highly appreciative of the performances and the contagious joy of the children as they performed on the stage. 34 students from Prep to V received the ‘Best Boy’ and ‘Best Girl’ awards for the session 2021-22.

Principal Madam, Dr. Karuna Prasad thanked the parents for their support and applauded the children and teachers for their labour of love in putting up such a spectacular performance.

Story Telling Competition

"Great stories happen to those who can tell them". - Ira Glass

The Pentecostal  Assembly School organised an exciting story telling competition for grades Prep to 2 on 19th July 2022. Story Telling increases vocabulary, develops listening skills, communication skills, enhances imagination and above all create an awareness of the diverse culture.

The students participated with their tremendous effort. The stories that they narrated were moral based and these young storytellers used a variety of props to make their stories interesting and expressive. Each story concluded with a moral highlighting different values of life.

The young storytellers won everyone’s heart. Our respected Principal Ma'am , Dr. Karuna Prasad, said that storytelling is the most powerful way to put ideas into the world today and congratulated the students for their phenomenal efforts to make this event a successful one.


“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.” (Dr. Seuss)

On the occasion of the Founder’s Day, The Pentecostal Assembly School inaugurated a State of the Art Reading Room. The Founder Chairman, Rev. Dr. D. N. Prasad inaugurated the Reading Room in the presence of all the staff of the school on 11th July 2022.

Inculcating an early habit of independent reading and developing a life - long love for reading is important to ensure success of a student. The fully equipped reading room is designed to serve this purpose and caters to the students of the Primary section.

The joyful space is designed with 3 split levels. The first level is dedicated to developing speaking skills. Students can use puppets and have engaging story time at this level.

The second level is the space for children to engage in Listening Skills. Students can work in small groups and enjoy teacher facilitated activities that enhance the listening – comprehension skill of students.

The third level is lined with inviting shelves with age – appropriate reading material – puppets, puzzles etc. Students will be encouraged to read from an early age. Speaking on the occasion, Principal, Dr. Karuna Prasad said, “It is important to give students the choice to read what they like – Theatre, Role Play, Story telling - these are strategies by which students will develop confidence and grow up as powerful public speakers.


 Reading from an early age will help students be more curious about things, and will develop ability to read and research. Ultimately, this will help them to develop as strong readers and independent life long learners.


Students and teachers of the Primary Wing are excited to use this joyful space.



Born to Lead

8th July 2022 marked a historic day for The Pentecostal Assembly School  when the Students' Council  took over the mantle of responsibility.

The PAS offers students the opportunity and a platform to develop their leadership skills. Each year a Prefectorial body is selected from Std. VI to XII. A students’ Council is also instituted by selecting the most deserving students from Std. XII who serve as the Student Leaders of the school and the various houses JOY, HOPE, FAITH & PEACE. The Investiture Ceremony is a solemn occasion when students receive their badges as a token of accepting their responsibilities. The event was witnessed by the Senior Secondary wing of the school. Parents of the Students’ Council were also invited to be part of the event.

The peaceful and soothing  prayer song ' Keep me in the Hollow of your Hand ' filled the chapel with love, positivity and divinity. Director Sir, Rev. Dr.D.N Prasad addressed the newly formed School Council and gave them inspiring lessons on Leadership.

It was a heartwarming moment when the diligent members of the Council received flags and badges from their beloved Principal Ma'am, Dr.Karuna Prasad. Sujal Kumar (XII-A) led the Oath as students pledged their allegiance to the school..

In her address,  Principal Dr Karuna Prasad emphasised on the importance of taking up responsibilities, The meaningful lyrics of the school song resounded in the Chapel Hall as the programme came to an end.

The entire school along with CAO Madam, Mrs. Rita Prasad  joined to congratulate the Council and the Prefectorial body.


Interaction with an IAS

Interaction with an IAS "Abhishek Garg"
"Opportunities don't happen, you create them" 
The Pentecostal Assembly School organized an interactive session for the students of class X and XII with  Mr. Abhishek Garg (IAS) alumnus of this prestigious school. This session was meant to guide students for their future career.
Principal Madam, Dr. Karuna Prasad welcomed Mr. Garg wholeheartedly on behalf of the whole PAS family.  Students present in the interactive session were overwhelmed  to hear from an alumnus who had achieved his dream of becoming an IAS officer from this prestigious school only .They were highly inspired by the advice and guidance given by Mr. Abhishek .
While interacting with the students, Mr. Garg had a lively interaction with students of Std. 10 and 12. Students asked questions about preparation for UPSC, Team Management, how to deal with stress, making the right choices etc.
Mr. Garg recalled his Interview for UPSC and how he quoted the motto of The Pentecostal Assembly School when asked about how his school impacted and transformed him.
He thanked CAO Madam for the assembly messages and his teachers for laying the right foundation for him.