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PDP Clubs

“People who use time wisely spend it on activities that advance their overall purpose of life”

As children step out of the safe nests of their parents, they discover new colours of life. There are numerous shades of those standard colours. Similarly, as they enter a school, they discover new shades of themselves too. A school is a place where a child explores various facets of life. They get an opportunity to explore new areas and new challenges. Personal Development Programme (PDP) offers our Dipsites an opportunity to exhibit their abilities according to their interests.  These clubs are an important component of the  curriculum to develop students’ personality.

Participation in any ONE club is compulsory for classes IV-IX.
The various club memberships being offered are:

S.No. Club Description
1 Health League Club Essentially for the outdoor loving students with exposure to sports promoting physical fitness and leading to organization and participation in various events at both intra and inter school level.
2 Artsy Craftsy Fun Club The art lovers of the school are invited to take up specialized areas of their interest. We have a number of options for them which are :- i) Colours on Canvas Club ii) Crafty Fingers Club i ii) Clay Modelling Club
3 Dancing Toes Club Exploration into nuances of various dance forms, study of famous performers & history of dance alongside learning to dance, create & present performance. We have a number of options for them which are :- i) Jazz ii) Contemporary Dance iii) Indian Classical & Folk Dance
4 Music Mania Club Indian & Western exploration into history of music, famous artists and their genres, learning instrumental/vocal music in its diversity, creating music and presenting it.
5 Cyber Crew Club An exploration into the ever – enlarging IT world, its diverse application for creative work, designing for school events etc through Mind box students are empowered with 21st Century skills. We develop creativity and life skills of students by an output based learning through visual communication as a language, design thinking and STEAM as a subject and technology as a tool.
6 Reader’s Den The aim of the club is to build awareness of the importance of reading in young Dipsites. We strive to provide a nurturing environment to encourage the healthy exchange of ideas by hosting numerous reading sessions, Author of the month activity, JAM sessions, Treasure Hunts, Book reviews, Book cover and Bookmark making activities, Puzzles, Crosswords and many more interesting activities. We are passionate and seek to share our love for reading, to help create and sustain a community of lifelong readers.
7 Tana Bana Quiz Club To facilitate forming a quizzing forum and enabling Dipsites (IV-VIII) to explore the changing trends in the world and in turn helping them to be global citizens of tomorrow. It can be fun in a high spirited group.
8 ATL Lets spark Together and Robotics ATL only for offline students (Atal Tinkering Lab) of the school is a work space where young minds can give shape to their ideas through hands on do-ityourself mode and learn innovation skills. Students get a chance to work with tools and equipment to understand the concepts of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math). ATL contains educational and learning ‘do it yourself’ kits and equipment on – science, electronics, robotics, open source microcontroller boards, sensors, 3D printers and computers.
9 Say It Right- Communication Club (Debate club) Communication is more than the ability to hear and speak. It’s not enough anymore to just teach the rules of spellings and punctuation, they have to be put to use. Learning a second language can lead to improvement in first language skills. Public speaking opportunities with focus on right pitch, intonation and pronunciation etc
10 Flameless Cooking (IV-VIII) Food is central to culture, identity, health, and life. Learning how to cook healthy and enjoyable meals is an important and valuable skill. Food brings people together and this club would do so in a way that integrates learning as well. The goals of this club are not only to cook these meals as a community but also to teach culinary skills, bring awareness, and interest for healthy and nutritious food.
11 Vedic Math Club (IV-VIII) Once the mind of a student develops an understanding of mental mathematics, he or she begins to think systematically and more creatively. By learning Vedic Math students will be able to calculate much faster compared to the traditional system. Vedic Math not only makes Math an enjoyable experience but it will make a remarkable difference to student’s confidence and self-esteem.
12 IQF Club (IV-VI) In collaboration with Indus Quality Foundation Club, proudly associates for advancement of education on Quality Management in school. Imbued with a global perspective, which inspires them to “think global and act local”. The young minds will be trained to emerge as resilient, empowered and thoughtful citizens through various activities such as mind power games and exercises, yoga and meditation, open or group discussions etc.
13 Sustainability and Eco Club (VI-IX) Sustainability and Eco Club aims at fostering sensitivity towards environment and build responsible citizenship. Our Dipsites as environment crusaders will be actively involved in realizing the Sustainable Development Goals through varied activities planned and executed in this club. They will be instrumental in creating awareness campaigns, protect environment, conserve natural resources, work for community and develop sustainable outlook and approach in the daily life. The Dipsites of this club will lead by example.