Anchal Sharma of Class XII, Commerce has been selected for Japan-East Asia Network of Exchange for students and Youth Programme (JENESYS) to visit Japan by Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Govt. of India and sponsored by Govt. of Japan (from 10th Nov. to 18th Nov. 2014).
The objective of the JENESYS programme is to deepen mutual understanding among young people and to lay foundation for future bond among the youths in Asian and Oceanian countries along with mutual understanding and friendship. It also aims at exchange of art, history and culture of Asian countries and Japan.
Anchal will get an opportunity to visit the schools in Japan and actively work with the Japanese students on various projects related to art and culture. She will also have a home stay programme at one of the homes of a Japanese family.
For the second consecutive year, a group of students accompanied by a teacher visited NASA at Washington D.C., America. They submitted their project “TERRA NOVA” which was laudably appreciated at the International Space Development Conference 2012
Aditi Sharma of Class XII, Commerce got the rare opportunity of visiting Japan under JENESYS (Japan East Asia Network of Exchange for Students) Programme – the Student Exchange Programme sponsored by Govt. of Japan and Ministry of Human Resource and Development, India
Our students attended the three-day Model United Nations Conference at Noida where they got a chance to interact with more than 500 delegates from 60 schools all over the globe. Delegates from China and Germany have invited our students for the forthcoming International Conferences.
To provide international exposure to the students, the School has initiated Cambridge ESOL Examinations (U K based certificate). The ESOL certificate would be beneficial for students wishing to study abroad.