" One Positive Thought produces millions of positive vibrations" John Coltrane
With a broader vision, our aim is to enhance every child’s personality by accessing his/her scholastic and co scholastic development. DIS is a steadfast advocate of environment issues. We inculcate moral values in students. We empower the students with knowledge and make them evolve as complete human beings.
Former and Founder Chairman
“A leader is one who knows the way, goes the way and shows the way”
As we write about our dear Sir, who was a true teacher, mentor, and philosopher of the Delhi International Group of Schools, words fall short.
Dr. R.P. Singhal had held a number of important roles in his career, ranging from former CBSE chairman to World Bank Advisor. In April 2007, the Chief Minister of Delhi presented him with the "Lifelong Contribution to School Education Award."
His mission had always been to motivate pupils to grow intellectually, creatively, and morally in order to become self-sufficient, socially responsible, and globally aware citizens. His words, like a beacon of light, inspire us to continue to toll for the noble cause of education. His lofty ideas and profound wisdom have propelled DIS to a higher level of advancement and growth.
(Chairman of DIS)
Shri Y.P. Purang is the honourable chairman of DIS. He retired as Additional Director of Education after 35 years of distinguished service with the Directorate of Education, G.N.C.T Delhi.
During his service, he brought out many reforms in the functioning of school, students and teachers. He was considered a kind, helpful and very popular officer, easily approachable for the redressal of the grievances of both students, teachers and also their Parents.
In addition to his normal duties in the department because of excellent academic background in the field of science, he was associated with NCERT, SCERT, CBSE, D.B.T.B and DoE as their resource person. As an expert in the field of science, education , he was also associated with various committees of NCERT and CBSE for curriculum development, Text Book writing, review and then approval for the Science book of class VI to XII.
He was also associated with CBSE for many years as Member of its Governing Body, Member of Advisory Board, Member of SCERT, DoE and Advisory Board Member of PMT, PRE, DENTAL.
He has been a writer of many books in Science and Biology as well as text books that have been approved by various board, including the CBSE.
He is recipient of State Award Delhi, Dr Radhakrishnan Award and National Award for meritorious services in the field of education.
“You are the artist of your own life. Don’t hand the paintbrush to anyone else”
Shri Anand Kumar is an Indian mathematician and columnist. He is well known for his super 30 class which he started in Patna, Bihar. He educates economically underprivileged students for the IIT-JEE, the Indian Institutes of Technology's entrance exams (IITs).
He is our Curriculum Advisor and a specialist at encouraging pupils. He even makes special visits to meet the students. Mr. Kumar's story empowers and inspires the children because it shows how people may utilise failure as a stepping stone to new heights via tenacity, courage, and a positive mindset.
School's Executive Director
The school's achievement is the result of many people's dreams and tireless efforts. Among them, the name of "Shri Bhagat Singh sir" shines out like a pole star. He is the school's executive director. He is a man with more than 40 years of teaching and administrative experience.
He is a strong leader and a thorough academician with a professional attitude. His mantra has always been " Better the best ". He has made a significant contribution to the growth of DIS Dwarka into an outstanding institution with a clear focus on developing global leaders with hearts.
Shri Bhagat Singh is well known for his perseverance and unwavering quest of greatness, just like the fruit-laden tree that leans more humbly to the earth.
He is a consummate scholar who lives by Jerry Morgan's quote:
"Perfection has to do with the end product, but excellence has to do with the process'
Head of School
Dear Parents and Students,
As the Head of School of Delhi International School Dwarka Sector 23, it is my pleasure to welcome you to our school’s website and I thank you for taking the time to visit it.
The learning and development of the children in our care are at the heart of everything that we do. We ensure high-quality education which motivates and empowers our students to be critical thinkers and lifelong learners thereby making them productive members of society. Success for all students is ensured at our school by the delivery of an enriching, student-centred, balanced and structured curriculum. We look forward to developing an education system that nurtures critical thinkers by encouraging questioning and leading to innovation.
We firmly believe in the dictum of the Quote: “Where a Team Works, Dream Works” hence we consider consistently working together to address each student’s specific needs both academically and socially.
Working in partnership – with the school, learners, teachers and parents, we will be able to take DIS to the next highest level of excellence. Our continued association will ensure that our learners are progressing and becoming global heads with noble hearts.
My commitment to our community is to lead the school with full integrity and zeal to enable us to reach our goals, making teaching and learning both meaningful and joyful. Let us make every moment count in the lives of our learners with the intention to make our best, better each day.
My Philosophy of education is to empower the students in various spheres of life to embrace the challenges that they might face in the future. Thus, students should be imparted with the skill set to pave their path in a complex and constantly evolving future. The super skills that will give them an edge over others are creativity, critical thinking, problem-solving and decision-making.
The best way to deliver these skills is to make the content relevant to the learners. Transmission and rote learning will lead to a lack of interest that in turn will cause a decline in motivation. Designing some innovative activities and being creative can improve the scores and immerse the learners, aiding them in their learning journey.
Students should be encouraged to ask questions and appreciated to raise queries. When students get curious, we are instilling in them a passion for learning. This also assists in bridging the learning gap(s) and providing opportunities to reflect and re-think on their previous thinking. It will undoubtedly boosts confidence in the learners and in turn enable them to take the onus of their own learning.
Motivating them by asking open ended questions, keeping in mind to acknowledge and accept number of responses will further lead to inquiry and analysis. Using ‘Thinking Routines’ to provide a framework for the students to engage them in their learning by making connections, thinking critically and exploring possibilities will indeed help.
Extending constructive, specific feedback and allowing the learners to reflect is crucial in the journey. Knowledge will be added and multiplied when dialogues and discussions are open and each individual is tolerant to accept the other’s view point and then reflect, generating opportunities of metacognition, assisting them to find solutions that will eventually help in correct decision making to uplift the teaching and learning and above all make it joyful.
Let us all work together towards developing global citizens with noble hearts fulfilling the commitment to a lifelong learning with the power of education.
Wishing you success and well-being!
Head of School
Science Enrichment Activity (III-V) (17-June 2021)
Father’s Day Celebration (I -II) (19-June-2021)
Father’s Day Celebration (Nur-KG)
Motivational Talk Show for Teachers by Mr. Sameer Gupta
Class XI Orientation (Subject Selection for Future)
Virtual Orientation Class XI (2021-22)
Day 6 (Zumba & Aerobics) Summer Camp
Day 5 (Boost Up Learn Phonics) Summer Camp
Day 4 (Cooking without Fire) Summer Camp
Day 3 (Puppet Show) Summer Camp
Day 2 (Best Out of Waste) Summer Camp
Day 1 (Zumba) Summer Camp