Riya Narwekar wins Cambridge "High Achievement" award
Riya Narwekar, current G11 student, has been awarded the "High Achievement" award for Development Studies- a subject she had taken for her IGCSE levels.
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.
‘High Achievement’ is awarded to learners who have achieved outstanding results in subjects which are not so widely taken and which, under the current criteria, would not qualify for ‘Top in Country’ Awards. Learners who achieve the highest standard marks in Country in a particular subject will receive the award.
Riya, we are proud of you!
Ketaki Sood - Success at Merchant's Cup Golf Tournament
Ketaki Sood, DLRC 11th grader, stood second (under 18 category) in Merchant's Cup Golf Tournament at Poona Golf Club. We are proud of Ketaki's feat and are happy to form the support system with her parents.
World Robotics Regionals
Happy to share that Ahan Yadwad and Aditya Melinkeri - both DLRC M2 students, stood first and won the Championship award at the World Robotics Regionals held on 18th August 2019, at Mumbai!
Gen X on a mission
Our alumni may be younsters at heart, but they have a high sense of entrepeunership and social responsibility too! Ahana, Anjanli, Reva, Surabhee and Sayuri founded "Amara" to encoourage sustainable menstruaion practices.
Some Learning Spaces DLRC 12th Std. students got admits to
Journey beyond DLRC
Some of our students have interned at:
If not studying UG or interning,
some of out enterprising students have started their own works
Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards
The list of Cambridge Achievers is out. Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards are a group of awards issued by Cambridge Assessment International Education. They recognize exceptional learner achievement in Cambridge examinations around the world. This year, Avani Malaviya and Sanika Pherwani have surpassed all expectations.
DLRC students win laurels at Bebras India Challenge
Bebras (www.bebras.org) is an international student Computational Thinking Challenge organised in over 60 countries and designed to get students all over the world excited about computing. The challenge is a great way to learn about computational thinking and problem solving skills.
The Bebras challenges are made of a set of short problems called Bebras tasks. The tasks are fun, engaging and based on problems that Computer Scientists enjoy solving. The tasks require logical thinking and can be solved without prior knowledge of computational thinking. The aim is to solve as many as you can in the allotted time.
The 2019 Bebras India Challenge was held from 18th - 30th November and was conducted online/ offline under the supervision of the teachers. 2019 Bebras India Challenge had participation of 178,239 students from 647 schools across 15 states of India. DLRC studens participated in numbers and won many a prize.
Highest honours at First Tech Robotics Competition
Shoutout to DLRC pioneering parents Prakalpa and Chris Bastianpillai whose team Horcruxes has won two awards at First Tech Championship 2020 Robotics Competition. The team had the fastest and the highest scoring robot and won 7 out of 7 matches with highest margins. They will now represent India at FTC international April 2020 in Detroit USA.
DLRC wishes the DLRC students Sifar, Ahan, Aditya, Vedant, Shaashwat and alumnus Kanish and others in the Horcruxes team all the best for the next level. The whole DLRC community is proud of you!
Siddharth Sathe wins
Another DLRC star shines bright! Siddarth has been awarded the Asthetic prize in Creative Kids 2020 competition.
IGCSE and CAIE Results
March 2020 IGCSE and CAIE results are out and we are very proud of our students’ achievements.