Krsna Daswani,

My first year there was exciting and it was easy to find a friend not just in other students but in teachers too. The institute has a small number of students and at first I thought it was better to have a larger student body but after my first year at the school I realized that we were just like a family and that is when I knew I was in a school like no other. We were more than just a concrete building with stalwart teachers and conventional students, we were a bevy of incredibly determined teachers and eager students who could come to school and know that we were in a place where people wanted us to be better and would not give up on anybody.




Adhiraj Sen

When I first joined the school, I was taken aback by the crowds of students, but in no time I knew almost everyone. I was a part of something bigger, not just a school run on rules and orthodox classroom teaching, I was a part of an ever changing cornucopia of knowledge and there was no better way to put all my learning to use than the IBDP program. Moreover, being the Deputy Head Boy has given me the opportunity to actively take part in the student council meetings where every representative has the freedom to address concerns and queries that they may have. This demonstrated to every member of DYPIC that responsibility is not a burden but an opportunity to express
ourselves and model ourselves into leaders of tomorrow.