Haryana, Aug. 14, 2015: Teej celebration held in the School infused a feeling of love and cooperation in all. The learners were busy in making beautiful henna designs on hands and the girls & boys were busy in flying kites. The sky looked beautiful with colourful kites and the beauty of the hands with designs of henna was inexplicable.


Haryana, Feb. 6, 2015: Dr. Stya Paul Memorial Inter-School Chess Competition was held on 5th Feb. and 6th Feb. in the School wherein young participants gave their best shot to emerge as winners. The School Principal welcomed the participating teams by briefing the exemplary life history of the great educationist, Dr. Stya Paul – Founder Chairman of Apeejay Education Society.

The students displayed noticeable skills during the Competition and enjoyed it as a unique experience. The winners received prizes by the School Principal who also encouraged them by appreciating their efforts and participation.


Haryana, Feb. 5, 2015: Dr. Stya Paul Memorial Inter-School Fine Arts Competition was held in the School wherein young budding artists from different schools enthusiastically participated. The event was held for the Primary, Middle, and Secondary & Sr. Secondary sections of the School. The accolades were distributed among the winners by the School Principal, Mr. Sunil Chopra, who also encouraged the young ones by explaining that Art in the best medium to cure the unhealthy world. Overall, it was an enriching experience.


Haryana, December 2014: Given the decreasing sex ratio and birth rate of girl child in Haryana & to support the upcoming campaign titled ‘Save Daughter- Teach Daughter’ by Prime Minister, Narendra Modi in Panipat in Jan. 2015, Apeejay School, Charkhi Dadri has taken initiative to spread awareness in this direction. Shiksha Pariyojna Parishad, Haryana has also stepped forward to spread awareness among all by organising various painting, slogan writing and essay writing competitions in schools at different levels.

At Apeejay School, Charkhi Dadri, all the students participated enthusiastically in these activities. Students from the Primary classes expressed their views with the help of colours on chart papers.

The young ones from classes VI to XII came out with innovative ideas while writing slogans. They expressed their ideas in writing in the form of essays in Hindi and English.

Overall, it was an educational and inspiring experience for everyone.