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Harshit Aggarwal Of Class XII Won International Commerce Olympiad, 2016

Harshit Aggarwal Of Class XII Won International Commerce Olympiad, 2016

Challenging almost 32000 contestants from 5 differ...

Poorva Rohilla Of Class XII Won 2nd Korea India Friendship Quiz Competition 2017

Poorva Rohilla Of Class XII Won 2nd Korea India Friendship Quiz Competition 2017

With over 16,000 students participating from over ...

R. D. Rajpal School Student Wins Laurels At SGFI, Jammu & Kashmir

R. D. Rajpal School Student Wins Laurels At SGFI, Jammu & Kashmir

It was a proud moment for R. D. Rajpal School, Dwa...

Child Prodigy Of R. D. Rajpal School On A Winning Spree

Child Prodigy Of R. D. Rajpal School On A Winning Spree

Kaushiki Sharma of class VI is a wonder girl, lite...

Visit To National Agricultural Science Museum

Visit To National Agricultural Science Museum

Eighty students along with three teachers visited ...

Life Skill Enhancement Programme At R. D. Rajpal School

Life Skill Enhancement Programme At R. D. Rajpal School

Skills of analyzing real life examples were promot...

Congratulations To Merit Certificate Winners !!

Congratulations To Merit Certificate Winners !!

Congratulations to Merit Certificate winners. We a...

Visit To The Rashtrapati Bhawan

Visit To The Rashtrapati Bhawan

Group of students along with teachers visited the ...

Road Safety Debate And Quiz Competition

Road Safety Debate And Quiz Competition

In the prestigious debate and quiz competition org...

Text Books

It is rather detrimental to limit curious minds to only text book learning. We sincerely believe that the entire world should be the text book for children. Hence, the Junior School does not have any prescribed text books. Children are taught through thoughtfully designed learning units. These are supported by material from class libraries, teacher-created resources, and a graded reading programme that includes age - appropriate literature.

In the Middle and Senior Schools, text books are introduced as reference books and reading material. Rather than passively accepting facts and conclusions in the books, students learn to challenge and question received wisdom, thereby becoming curious enquirers for life!