Graduation Ceremony & Farewell Party on 24 January 2019
[ Classes XI & XII ]
School team Infinite Horcruxes has won the title for 'Fastest Car' in the regionals of F1 in schools season 2 organised by Times of Sports and have qualified for the nationals out of 60 teams. The team members are Devansh Pandita , Arunav Kapoor of VII A, Aaron Ghosh, Siddharth Mehta, Achintya of VII B and Taran Saxena of VI C.
The school received the International School Award 2018-21 for outstanding development of the international dimension in the curriculum.
Project Drishti that was initiated in school by V. Chaitanya and Muskaan Bhatt of class XI, aims at providing quality education to the visually impaired students. Harmony is an annual event organized by the Global Education and Leadership Foundation which brings together students from across the country with the objective of searching for social, action-oriented leadership talent. Project Drishti was our entry for Harmony 2018. Our school bagged the firt prize among 10 other schools participating from all over the country. V. Chaitanya and Muskaan were awarded a cheque of ₹10,000 each which they have donated for funding other school campaigns.
Indian Oil Corporation ltd. organised an interschool quiz as a part of their Vigilance Awareness Week. The event witnessed a participation of over 45 teams from Delhi and NCR. Our school team comprising of Siddharth Bhattacharjee of X B and Suyash Chitre of X C came first and were awarded a trophy, medals, certificates and a cash prize of Rs 24000.
On 24 October 2018, V. Chaitanya , a team leader of Project Drishti which is conceptualized around providing quality education to the visually impaired, showcased the elements of the project at the IILM Young Citizen Award for Innovation & Social Impact. The project won the first prize out of 60 others that were presented by different schools from all over the country. The prize distribution ceremony took place on 24th itself at the UN House in Lodhi Estate during UN Day celebrations where Mr. Yuri Afanasiev ,the UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative in India, handed over a trophy as well as a cheque of Rs. 1 lakh to V. Chaitanya. The entire prize money has been donated by the project members back to school and will be put to use for developing more learning tools for the visually impaired and funding activities of the other We Care projects in school.
The students are-
Aarushi Guleria of IX C, Siddhartha Voleti of VII B and Akhil Burra of VII C and Priyanandini Bali of VI A.
Madhuban Publication has been honouring students of Delhi schools for meritorious performance in Class X Hindi board examination. Vanshika Kathuria of XI C scored 99 out of 100 and Batul Nadeem of XI D scored 98 out of 100 in Hindi and have received a certificate of excellence.
The department of science and technology organised the centre level science competition in which around 20 schools per category participated and our team comprising of Yatin Kohli of XI D and Soumya Karnani of XI A have qualified for the state level competition under the theme "Health and Hygiene".
Routes 2 Roots and Virsa organised the 5th All India Virsa inter school competition. There were 219 entries from all over India. Sarohi Sharma of XI B won the first prize in the north India region. She also represented the school in district level solo classical dance competition and secured the first position and qualified for the state level.