Deepalaya School Sanjay Colony

Location                : S/69 A, Sanjay Colony, Okhla Industrial Area Phase II., New Delhi
Contact Person    : Ms Renu Loomba
Contact Number    : 011-26389141
Commenced From    : 1992
Funding Agency    : Amway
Beneficiary Number     : 500 as on July 2011
Annual Budget    : Rs 38,081,83
Number of Teachers : 18
Student Teacher Ratio : 30:1

Deepalaya School, Sanjay Colony shifted to the community of Sanjay Colony in 1992, after functioning from the Chittaranjan Park, South Delhi for many years. The school runs classes from LKG to class VIII.

Curriculum

The school begins at 7:55 am with morning assembly. The school follows National Council of Education Research and Training (NCERT) syllabus. Students are taught various subjects like Maths, English, Hindi, Science and Social Science. Sanskrit is also taught to the students from V class onwards. To improve the English among the students the school also runs a English Access Classes wherein the emphasis is laid on conversation and writing abilities of students.

Examination

The school year is divided into two terms, at the end of each term the students have to pass their exam. In the 3rd, 5th and 8th classes the students appear for exams under OBE (Open basic Examination) conducted by National institute of Open School (NIOS).

Apart from this, the children have weekly and monthly class tests, to assess their development effectively.


Highlights

  • The school witnessed a 100% pass percentage in OBE exams in 2010-11. The toppers being- Roshan of class III scored 94%, Abhishek and Rupa from class V scored 94% each and Alka of Class VIII scored 86%.
  • While 28 students of OBE (Level C) cleared admission tests in Govt and other schools and took admission there, 9 students continued in NIOS at DSSC
  • The attendance among the students also improved. On an average 80% of the kids attend school regularly.
  •  Students showed drastic improvement in written and spoken English

 

 

Award

Global CSR Excellence & Leadership award presented by ABP News to Deepalaya