The Indian Heights School hosted Cultural Exchange Programme

The Indian Heights School, Sector 23, Dwarka  strives to facilitate dimensions of national and international integration in the school curriculum through various curricular activities. To make our students understand and learn the best teaching learning practices in the schools across the nation, the school hosted yet another Cultural Exchange Programme on 15 January, 2019 to understand the rich cultural heritage of the states in the north east.

The programme was attended by students and teachers from schools in Mizoram who are visiting the capital city to promote the cause of peace and harmony. The programme commenced with the felicitation of the revered guests Major Arjun Thakur and Ms. Eva Thakur, Assistant Professor Economics by the school principal Ms. Archana Narain. The students from guest schools presented a cultural programme varying from enlightening session, facts shared by the teachers and students about Mizoram and a group song. The interactive session between the two schools further enlightened everyone about facts regarding the culture and topography of the Mizoram and especially Aizawal. In her the school principal Ms Archana Narain  welcomed the initiative taken by 46 Assam Rifles.