Adhiraj Sen

DYPIC is where I learnt that I could do things I could not have dreamt of otherwise. Scuba diving, directing plays, writing scripts, visiting foreign nations to participate in Model United Nations (MUN) and speaking in front of hundreds of students are some ofthese dreams that I have lived. However, DYPIC is not just about activities and about academics; it’s not like every other school. DYPIC is like a second home for me, where I communicate with my friends and teachers in a manner that is more than a social obligation.





As a student of the International Baccalaureate curriculum, I believe that the programme is a highly rigorous, methodical and scholarly preparation towards university education. At D Y Patil International College, the IB programme offers a wide range of subjects with good teaching faculty, ample facilities to explore and experiment with the concepts in each subject and boundless room for contemplating our learning experiences.

 As typical of the IB programme, at the heart of our school curriculum is the Theory of Knowledge course where we are empowered to make connections between different fields and analyse the way we learn. However, activity also forms an integral part of our daily lives thanks to the Creativity Action and Service programme where we use our extracurricular skills for the benefit of society.

 On a more academic note, our days are packed with ambitions of perfecting our knowledge and approach to each subject by investigating the real-world applications of all the concepts that we study and undertaking further research on topics that arouse our curiosity.

To conclude, I must say that the International Baccalaureate curriculum is followed in a very holistic and nourishing manner at our college.