Best Practices

Best Practices

1) Experiential Learning Through Research Based Projects: The school is furnished with a well-equipped ATAL laboratory, where students can put their innovative ideas into practice. In the recent past, learners have successfully yielded futuristic research-based projects such as an EV3 Robotic arm, Tesla Coil and Blind Stick, using 3D printing, Arduino Coding, Electronics and Microsoft Application Inventor.
Podcasting, BBPS Studio (a digital learning avenue), Robotronic Club, Space Club are some of the other club initiatives.

2) Skill Development: Learners gain technological competency in emerging fields such as Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and Coding through project-based assignments, making them ready for the challenges of tomorrow. Our students, for example, have designed an android-based app called ‘Krishi Sahayak’ which helps educate farms in modern methods to increase their produce. Other projects include Growbot, an autonomous robot for plant health detection and fuel-efficient cars that run on solar power.

3) An Art Integrated And Interdisciplinary Approach Towards Learning: Facilitation of an art integrated curriculum enables students to explore a topic through multiple perspectives and helps them channelize their creativity. It also opens avenues for an interdisciplinary approach towards learning. Learners grasped a working knowledge of international affairs through an invigorating debate at online MUN, enhancing their speaking skills as well as acquiring crucial life skills such as critical thinking, creative thinking, and problem-solving.

4) ICT Aided Education: Interactive Panels have been installed in all the classrooms and KHAN ACADEMY modules have been implemented to enhance the learning experience of students. During the pandemic, virtual education has been facilitated with the help of tools such as Microsoft Teams, Kahoot and Flipgrid. Alternate modes of assessment in the form of video projects, PowerPoint presentations, quizzes, etc. have allowed teachers to grade students based on their intelligence and skill set.

5) Collaboration With Higher Institutes Of Learning: School Principal Ms. Suruchi Gandhi has taken active measures to collaborate with reputed institutes of higher learning such as Deen Dayal Upadhayaya College, Delhi University, IIT Delhi and Shoolini University. Students participated in several specialized programs, mastering experiments based on the use of diodes, triodes and capacitors and HB Estimation, under aegis of DDU. They also collaborated and pioneered the creation of a new Guinness Record of largest workshop for assembling Solar Lamp organized by IIT, Bombay. DNA and designing workshops have also been organized for students to aid skill development.


  • Camp Horizon provided skill development opportunities to 126 students in following fields :
  • Rope Skipping, Badminton, Basketball, Cricket, Tennis, Table Tennis, Football, Chess, Musical Beats (Guitar & Beat Boxing), Dancing Mania-Zumba, Jazz, Bhangra, Aerobics, Art Of Public Speaking, Animation & Game Designing Through Scratch, Kalakari-Acrylic Painting.

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