Divitt Arora of class II C has won a trophy and a certificate in Delhi State Chess Tournament 2017. Divitt will be representing India in under 8 category in Asian youth chess championship 2018 in Thailand from 1 April to 10 April 2018.


Kudos to batch of X 2016-17

19 students have been awarded Certificate of Merit on the basis of their outstanding achievement and obtaining grade A! in all the five subjects in class X CBSE Exam AISSE-2017.cbse10cbse101_1801201809181800

Two students who have graduated from school have been awarded Certificate of Merit for their outstanding performance in the subject Painting and for being included among the top 0.1% in Class XII CBSE exam AISSCE 2017. They scored full marks in this subject. 


Zonal Excellence Certificate – Olympiads 2017

Five Children from our School are awarded the Zonal Excellence Certificate after appearing in the 2nd level exam.

S.No. Name Class Intern. Rank Zonal Rank Subject
1 Jannat Preet Kaur 11 49 9 Commerce 1000/ – gift voucher
2 Arush Gupta 6 198 12 Science
3 Harkrit Singh 11 236 17 Computer
4 Ayaan Goel 3 164 21 English
5 Nishtha Jindal 10 110 21 English

Following Students participated in 2nd level and have got Merit Certificates.                         SCIENCE         

S.No. Name Class Intern. Rank Zonal Rank
1 Samaira Satija 3 3004 171
2 Shatakshi Singh 4 3524 215
3 Keshav Kapoor 5 3938 240
4 Vanya Kumar 6 4287 267
5 Jawahar Ranganathan 7 3294 235
6 Shreyam Taneja 10 1113 105


S.No. Name Class Intern. Rank Zonal Rank
1 Parishee Mittal 3 1759 144
2 Krish Khetarpaul 4 943 57
3 Ansh Tewari 7 855 51
4 Aakanksha Gadh 11 473 40


S.No. Name Class Intern. Rank Zonal Rank
1 Reyan Gupta 3 429 33
2 Shatakshi Singh 4 3540 210
3 Devina Saxena 5 4971 268
4 Manasvi Bhandari 6 4784 282
5 Jawahar Ranganathan 7 2867 153
6 Krish Manjral 8 5942 270
7 Sehej Kaur 9 2822 161
8 Mehak Jain 11 794 83


An Unforgettable Trek

Recently I trekked to Mt. Everest Base Camp and it was the most thrilling time of my life. The white mountain is massive, imperial and magnificent at the same time. Climbing it is beyond my capability but trekking to base camp is no less an accomplishment.

On 3rd of October we flew from Kathmandu to Lukla, one of the most dangerous airports in the world – Seemed like the wings of the aircraft would scrape the mountains. From Lukla we started our trek. Lukla to Phakding (2652 meters), Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3440 meters) , Namche Bazaar to Tengboche (3860 meters), Tengboche to Dingboche (4360 meters). It seemed like my head would burst. The air was thin with oxygen supply at 40% and the temperature -8 degrees and still dropping. We gasped for breath and our heart rate was notably high. There were emergency evacuations every few minutes. Choppers flew in and out all the time. I prayed to God for strength and courage. The trek was not so easy after all. Dingboche to Lobuche (4940 meters), Lobuche to Gorak Shep, (5170 meters). And there, I saw snowfall for the first time in my life. Gorak Shep to Everest Base Camp (5364 meters), and WE DID IT. 18 days of the hardest physical exercise I’ve ever undertaken in my fifteen years. The reward was divine. I was surrounded by some of the highest and most spectacular peaks of the world. Khumbutse 6675 meters, Everest 8900 meters, Lohtse 8565 meters, Nuptse 7894 meters. They all towered above me.

Then the descent….Everest Base Camp to Gorak Shep, Gorak Shep to Tengboche, Tengboche to Namche Bazaar, Namche Bazaar to Lukla and finally,  Lukla to Kathmandu.

Walking for hours on a treadmill is much easier than climbing over the rocks for an hour.

The mix of natural beauty, fascinating culture and a personal sense of achievement, combined with warm Nepalese hospitality  make the trek to  Everest Base Camp one of the world’s most unforgettable experiences.

Trekking to Everest Base Camp is an adventure of a lifetime. It is achievable for the most but do not expect it to be a tourist trek!! This adventure needs to be respected, prepared and trained for.

– Jai Tamra, X D