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IAYP (International Award for Young People) Club


The International Award for Young People, a self development programme commenced in our school from the year 2010. The programme equips the members with life skills, builds their confidence and engages them with their communities. The Award Programme comprises of four sections: Service, Adventure, Skill and Recreation. There are three award levels-Bronze, Silver and Gold. Last year, thirteen members were accredited with the Bronze Medal. Six of them are at present, working diligently and meticulously recording their efforts in various sections, in order to compete for the Silver Medal.

  • The IAYP club registered 20 new members from class IX to the existing 29 members for Bronze Standard Award. 15 members, who enrolled in February 2015, are presently working for Silver Level of the Award. All these students will be working in four areas, namely, Service, Skill, Sports and Adventure to achieve their respective Awards.
  • Among those students who enrolled in 2014-15 the following were awarded Bronze Standard Award:
    • Harshita Jain IX G
    • Pritisha Aggarwal X F
    • Hrithik Porey XI E
    • Kartik Gupta XI F
    • Mridul Tomar X D
    • Shagun Chhabra X F
  • 32 members of IAYP club enrolled in November 2013, attained the bronze standard of the International Award for Young People. They were awarded a badge and a certificate, each. These students had put in four hours per week in required areas Physical recreation, Skill, Service and Adventure for six months as per the guideline of the Award.
  • The IAYP club registered 20 new members from class IX to the existing 29 members for Bronze Standard Award. 15 members, who enrolled in February 2015, are presently working for Silver Level of the Award. All these students will be working in four areas, namely, Service, Skill, Sports and Adventure to achieve their respective Awards.
  • 40 students have been enrolled in the IAYP club in the session 2013-2014. The students are working in four areas, namely, Adventure Trip, Physical Recreation, Service and Skills. Students need to devote one hour per week to each of these areas, for six months to achieve Bronze level.
  • In the area of service, students visited Old age homes where they read newspaper and religious books to elderly people, arranged their almirahs and played games with them. Some students visited Blind school or Orphanage home. They distributed stationery and toys. Some students also served at religious places like temples and gurudwaras. The work of students is being closely monitored on weekly basis by club in-charges Ms Satinder Kaur and Ms Kavita Bhatia.
  • In the area of service, students visited Old age homes where they read newspaper and religious books to elderly people, arranged their almirahs and played games with them. Some students visited Blind school or Orphanage home. They distributed stationery and toys. Some students also served at religious places like temples and gurudwaras. The work of students is being closely monitored on weekly basis by club in-charges Ms Satinder Kaur and Ms Kavita Bhatia.