The Present Generation
Pranav Mandlik, Class XII
The school is happy to be have received the National Operator License ( NLO ) for operating the IAYP ( International Award for Young People ) in the school . Several students have enrollled for this programme which requires them to pursue a skill, a sport , an adventurous journey and also community service.
Heartiest congratulations to the following students who were awarded the Bronze Medal of the IAYP in 2018-19. They completed all the requirements of the Bronze level ( Social Service, Skill, Adventure and Physical Activity ) and were awarded certificates and medals for the same:
Heartiest Congratulations to the following students for receiving the IAYP Bronze award during the Session 2016-17. They fulfilled the required criteria of the four aspects of the programme: skills, social service, sports and adventure. The students are:
Students interesting in offering their services to the visually challenged children may kindly contact the following :
Mahesh Dhrishtiheen Kalyan Sangh
Near Bombay Hospital
Contact no.:0731- 2554757
Helen Keller Centre
Contact no. : 9424008622
Jeevanshala High School
Near Mother Teresa’s Home
Tel no: 9826235555
In order to complete the Service section of the IAYP programme, students are required to offer their service for at least an hour for a period of three months. The IAYP diary has to be duly filled in by the students and signed by the authorities.
As part of the Service arm of IAYP , a group of students took up the work of cleaning the classrooms after school hours. They not only cleaned the green boards and the cupboards, but also sorted out all the unwanted papers and files from the drawers. A small initiative indeed, but it went a long way in spreading the message that cleanliness and orderliness are the need of the hour. Also, if we litter …. we ourselves are to clean ( not the bhaiyas and didis !)
The first batch of 18 students were delighted to receive the Bronze Award from Ms. Sarita Badhwar, Dean , Internationalism , The Daly College , Indore. These students successfully completed all facets of the award, ie. Service, Skill, Adventure and Physical Recreation. Ms. Badhwar congratulated the students and urged them to pursue the higher levels of the award. She emphasized the fact that such pursuits as the IAYP contribute immensely to the overall growth and development of the personality.