“Great works are not achieved by strength but by perseverance.”
Our talented hub of students venture into the world to make a mark at the inter-school events hosted by various schools. It makes us feel proud as we see our students scale new heights and bring home laurels. We deeply appreciate and acknowledge the earnest endeavours of our students who participate with vigour and enthusiasm and excel with flying colours at national level.
Representation of IPWS in Smart Hackathon 2022
Sumanyu Aggarwal (X) and Mihika Gupta (X) took part in the Smart India Hackathon 2022, a national hackathon organised by the Government of India. Their idea was selected among 1000+ other ones and they are the proud National Finalist. They presented their prototype, a mobile app designed to help the Sports Ministry, in front of judges from all over India.
Representation of Indraprastha in Skating Nationals to be organized by SGFI
The talented fleet of Indraprastha WORLD SCHOOL comprising: Navya Gupta (XA2), Divya Mittal ( XI A3), Vansh Kheria ( XI A3), Sanskriti Goyal (IX A1), Utkarsh Kumar ( IX A2) set a bench mark in the field of sports at inter- zonal Skating Competition and notched the opportunity to represent the school in the skating Competitions to be organized by School Federation of India (SGFI).
Champion of U-16 National Ranking Tennis Championship organized by AITA
Our ace Tennis Player, Deepam Malik ( XI B1) made the school proud of his remarkable achievement in the U-16 National Ranking Championship 2021 organized at ( zirakpur ) Chandigarh by All India Tennis Cricket Association ( AITA). His extraordinary feat and physical agility made him the winner of the single super series 2021 and he also won the First Runners up Position in the Doubles Super series.. He has also proved his excellence as a promising tennis player in BNP Tennis Tournament and brought home laurels. Deepam ranks among the first 40 players of Tennis at All India Level.
Indraprastha’s Fleet of National Level Champions
Incredible Swimming Feat Honoured by Delhi Government
We take pride in sharing with you all that our ace swimmer, Shatakshi Sharma (X) has been rewarded a cash prize of Rs One Lakh Ninety Thousand and a*Letter of Appreciation by the* Hon' ble Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi Shri Manish Sisodia. The letter is a testament to the efforts, imaginable hardship and the uncountable hours of training and never give up attitude of hers.
Heartiest Congratulations to you!
Winner of the national Level Physics Essay Competition
Sudeeksha Batra, of class XI A1 won the National Competition on Essay Writing in Physics (NCEWP), conducted annually by the Indian Association of Physics Teachers (IAPT). She exhibited her scientific temper and proved her mettle by clinching the top position. She has been awarded a cash prize of Rs 8000.
Winner of Vidyarthi Vigyan Manthan
National Winner of Akhil Bhartiya Vaibhav Gyan Pariksha
Chaturveda Sanskrit Prachar Sansthan , Kashi U.P. organized All India Bhartiya Vaibhav Gyan Pariksha.Shreya Sharma ( VIIB2) bagged the Second Position in Delgi State and 10th Rank at All India Level.
Excellent Performance at All India Level in Aryabhatta Competition
Jasraj Singh ( VA2) clinches 9th Rank, Dhairya Arora notched the 11th Rank and Chinmay Arora ( V A2) baggged 25th Rank at All India Level and made school proud of their commendable efforts.
Kudos to the winners 🏆🏆
Representation of School in the Nationals of Cricket
Congratulations to our ace cricketer Aditya Jaiswal (VIII B2). He has been selected for the Tennis Cricket (under 14 Boys) in the 65th National School Games 2019- 2020 . Under his captaincy, team of Delhi State will be competing in the Nationals at Dholpur, Rajasthan.
Skating Champion in the Nationals of SGFI
Our skating champ Pranshu Paruthi (X A1) bagged the Silver Medal in the 65th National School Games Skating Championship at Belgaum, Karnataka under the aegis of the School Federation of India.
Champion in Tennis at National Level
Our ace Tennis champion Deepam Malik (VIII A2) notched the Silver Medal under 14 boys category in the 65th National School Games Tennis Championship organised at Balewadi, Pune under the aegis of the School Federation of India (SGFI).
Representing the school at CBSE and SGFI Nationals
Navya Gupta (VIII A2) and Tani Aggarwal (XII A3) have been selected for the CBSE Central Zone Skating Championship 2019.
Tani Aggarwal has been selected for the Nationals of Skating organized by SGFI.
CBSE National Swimming Championship 2019
Both Ssamridhi Vijayran (XI B2) and Shatakshi Sharma (IX B1) represented the Nationals of Swimming Championship 2019 organised by CBSE and School Federation of India (SGFI).
Saksham Nagpal (VI A2) will be representing the school in the Nationals of Yoga organized by CBSE.
CBSE National Taekwondo Championship 2019
Gurshant Singh (XI A3) represented the school in the CBSE National organised at St. Xavier’s High School , Balrampur ( UP)
10th Junior National Taekwondo Championship 2019 Taekwondo Poomsae Championship 2019
Ashiya Goyal (X A3) and Mehak Rustagi (X B2) will be representing school in the 10th Junior National Taekwondo Poomsae Championship 2019
Indraprastha Clinches the 3rd National Master Blaster Championship Trophy
Heartiest Congratulations to our young cricketers for clinching the shimmering Rolling Trophy in the 3rd Master Blaster Cricket Tournament organised at Shirdi (Maharashtra). Our energetic and skilled team of Under-14 (boys) defeated their opponents by 36 runs and made the school proud of their remarkable potential in sports.
Lakshay Shukla (VIII B2) and Aditya Jaiswal (VIII B2) smashed two wickets each. Aditya Jaiswal (VIII B2) was declared as the Man of the Tournament, Krish Bharija (IX B1) was adjudged as the Best Batsman of the tournament and Aryan Sharma (IX B2) was declared as the Man of the Match for his excellent contribution of 59 Runs. The collective endeavours of the team proved that no score is too small for their combined brilliance to defend.
The under 12 (boys) team won the Runner Up Position in the 3rd Master Blaster Tournament. Ryan Chauhan (VII A2) was declared as the Best Player. Kudos to our ace cricketers.
Our Proud National Players
Amairah Kohli – III B2
Saksham Nagpal - IV A2
PreeveeraSoni - IV A2
Vibhuti Narang – V A3
Mansi Gola - VII A3
Banipreet Kaur – XI A1
Tani Aggarwal – X A3
Ayush Chopra – XII A2
Shatakshi Sharma – VII B1
SsamridhiVijayran – IX A1
Kavya Rustagi – V A3
Snavi – VI A1
Simonepreet – VIII A2
Ansh Aggarwal – IX A1
Gurshant Singh IX – A1
Lakshay Kapoor – IX A1
Ekas – XI A2
CBSE Science Exhibition, Model Selected for National Level.
CBSE organized the Science Exhibition with the theme ‘ Innovations for Sustainable Development’ on 10, 11 and 12 January, 2018 (Regional Level) at Evergreen Senior Secondary School, Vasundhara Enclave, New Delhi and then on 10, 11 and 12 February, 2018 (National Level) at Mount Abu Public School, Sector-5, Rohini. The event saw young enthusiastic participants from different states of India putting up to 451 participatory exhibits comprising of innovative working models and investigation based projects.
With an endeavor to promote scientific attitude among budding young students, our students ‘Shivika Duggal’ and ‘Vishesh Chhabra’ of Class 11 A1 participated in the exhibition.They successfully qualified the Regional level and participated at the National level. The judges applauded the students for their novel idea under the theme of ‘Resource Management and Food Security’. The title of our project was to Harness The Electricity Using Waste (Cow Urine).
The students under the guidance of expert faculty comprising: Ms. Anita Mahajan, Mr. Rahul Tandon and Ms. Neha Bhateja made an innovative project in which they developed a battery using cells containing cow urine as an electrolyte and they were able to generate electricity using that. Moreover, they also prepared the organic bio fertilizer and organic pesticide using cow urine. They also explained the various medicinal properties of cow urine focusing more on usage of Cow Urine as an anti -cancer medicine also.
These students showcased their commendable scientific skills, creativity, analytical skills and logical reasoning at the exhibition. We wish these budding scientists all the best for their future endeavours.