Student's Achievements

Sri Lanka, Albania & Bhubaneswar, March 2019: Rosh Jain of Class II is a gifted Chess prodigy. Rosh bagged the 1st position in the Asian Championship in Sri Lanka. He also bagged the 5th position in the World School Chess Championship held in Albania. Rosh has also won the National Schools Chess Championship held in KIIT University, Bhubaneswar in the Under 7 category, winning a cash prize of Rs. 12,000/-.

New Delhi, March 18, 2019: Apeejay School, Pitampura has been associated with the Koryo High School, Japan for an educational and cultural exchange programme for many years now. As part of the programme, every year a group of students and teachers visit the School. This year too, a group of 15 students and three teachers visited the School on March 18, 2019. They interacted with the students of Class X, sharing information about their culture and the aspirations of the youngsters in Japan.

New Delhi, March 2019: Arnav Raj Bansal of Class III is the national winner of the National Children’s Science Painting Competition organised by USO (United Schools Organisation of India), in collaboration with NISCAIR and with support from UNESCO.

New Delhi, 2018: Eshaan Jain of Class XII A was invited by NCERT for a five-day workshop – NURTURANCE Program for National Talent Search Awardees of 2018, organised by IIT Delhi.

New Delhi, May 2019: Mahi Dheri of Class XI has won a global scholarship to attend Camp Rising Sun 2019, organised by Louis August Jonas Foundation, US. She would be attending this leadership camp from June 22 to July 19, 2019. The scholarship of 6400 US dollars, airfare and visa would be sponsored by the Mahindra Foundation.

She is a talented Kathak dancer who has also been the recipient of a scholarship from the Centre for Cultural Resources and Training (CCRT), under the aegis of Ministry of Culture, Government of India for the past 3 years for learning Kathak dance. She was invited to perform at the recently concluded Kumbh Mahasangam in Allahabad by the Government of India. Mahi was also selected as ‘Student of the Year’ by NIE, student edition of The Times of India.

It was a proud moment for the School and staff when the CAT 2018 results were declared. Apeejay School, Pitampura alumni, (twin brothers) Abhishek Garg and Anubhav Garg (Batch 2014-15), were Delhi toppers with 99.99 and 99.97 percentile respectively. After passing from Apeejay School, Pitampura, they joined IIT-Delhi and now have made the School proud with their latest feat.