Comfest is the annual techno-cultural literary festival of Seth Anandram Jaipuria School. Its uniqueness is accentuated by the fact that each year it is solely conceived, planned, and organized by the students of the Jaipuria Computer Club, with teacher involvement being negligible. At Comfest, students compete in an array of diverse events that test a multitude of their skills, be it mental aptitude, literary prowess, technical proficiency, or creative expertise. On showcase are the best contemporary practices in these fields.
Established in 1999, the Jaipuria Computer Club (JCC) organized its first computer festival, Comfest, in 2001. Nine schools participated in the first Comfest, held on the 28th of September, 2001. The immense success of the event invigorated us to convert what began as a local one-day event to an International four-day event attracting more than 55 schools from all over the globe. Being organized for the past 17 years, Comfest has successfully carved a niche for itself by becoming one of the largest student organized, school level events in India. The students manage all aspects of the event, including the funding. The entertainment evenings organized by the JCC have become a gala event that everyone looks forward to, as it hosts renowned musicians and bands from the Bollywood industry.
In keeping with our aim to foster a spirit of healthy competition and encourage participation, almost all the expenses are borne by the JCC. For outstation schools, there is neither any participation fee nor accommodation expenses which are charged. This year, the Jaipuria Computer Club turns 18, and hopes to outdo its previous years' accomplishments and surpass all known boundaries of success by inviting highly reputed and renowned institutions, from all over the globe.