Siya Ragade wins Cambridge

    Siya Ragade, our alumni, has been awarded the "Top of the World" award in English Language (9093). 

    The Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards programme celebrates the success of learners taking Cambridge examinations in over 40 countries around the world. Cambridge places learners at the centre of their international education programmes and qualifications which are inspired by the best in educational thinking. These are a group of awards issued by Cambridge Assessment International Education who recognise exceptional learner achievement in Cambridge examinations around the world.

    ‘Top in the World’ refers to the learner who has gained the highest standard mark in the world for a single subject. This learner will be awarded the Cambridge ‘Top in the World’ award. 

    Siya, we are proud of you!

     

     

Stoka, An Inspiring initiative

    We watch this again and again and it fills our heart with pride and eyes with tears of joy. Surbhi is an alumna of DLRC and a spark of positivity. Her initiative, filmed by another alumna, Isha will surely brighten your day. The logo of Stoka was designed by our G11 student Arkita last year. These kids don't even realize how amazing they are...  Nature Speed to them!

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Why Indian students are protesting against #EAIDraft2020

    If Environmental Impact Assessment Notification 2020, #EIADraft2020, is passed it would give a free ticket to destructive industries such mining, construction etc. to pursue projects they want to, without many regulations. That's why hundreds of students across India are raising their voice against it.

    Through this video, Anjali Dalmia, DLRC Alumni, seeks to mobilise the populace to save the environment from burning! Let's Dialogue towards Action 🌿💧

     
    Why Indian Students Are Protesting Against The #EIADraft2020

    If Environmental Impact Assessment Notification 2020, #EIADraft2020, is passed it would give a free ticket to destructive industries such mining, construction etc. to pursue projects they want to, without many regulations. That's why hundreds of students across India are raising their voice against it.

    Posted by Indiatimes on Saturday, June 27, 2020


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