Indraprastha International School, Dwarka, Recycles E-Waste
Indraprastha International School, Dwarka, EcoClub recently installed an e-waste bin in the school library in order to encourage students to dispose off their electronic waste there within the first five working days of each month. The recycling company, Threco Recycling LLP, receives the gathered electronic waste once it has been properly disposed off. Indraprastha International School has made significant contributions to maintaining the safety and cleanliness of the environment by donating 45 kilos of e-waste till date.
About Indraprastha International School, Dwarka
Indraprastha International School, Dwarka was established in 2003. It is connected to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and managed by Kanta Devi Charitable And Education Society. “According to Indraprastha International School, the goal of education is to awaken a child's creative perceptions, foster their innate genius, and instil courage and confidence in them so they may successfully navigate the treacherous global landscape that is rife with obstacles,” says the school’s website.
“At Indraprastha, we not only focus on activity-based learning but also inculcate a scientific temper and a spirit of free objective enquiry. We constantly innovate our teaching methodology for making learning fun-filled so that our students become lifelong researchers. The children are exposed to various challenges of life in order to sharpen their concepts and skills, as challenges are not hurdles but are guidelines,” remarks Indraprastha International School principal Rajesh Hassija.
Other Curricular Activities By Indraprastha International School, Dwarka
Yuvan Chhikara, a class 9 student of Indraprastha International School in Dwarka, has won the ‘Top 50 Innovative AI-Solutions Award’ for his invention, the ‘Emotion Analysis System’. The proposal was submitted as a part of the INSPIRE-awards MANAK program's establishing AI-readiness among young innovators. At Vigyan Bhawan in Delhi, a closing ceremony for the grand display was held. Jitendra Singh, Union Minister for State, Ministry of Science, Technology, and Earth Sciences, served as the chief guest and presented awards to the students.
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