A peek into Korean culture

True education is achieved not just by readingDeepalaya Students Korean Festival course books, but by stepping out into the world and experiencing new things. On 11th October 2013, in honour of the 40th anniversary of Indo – Korea diplomatic relations, the students of Deepalaya School Gol Kuan, RJRND and Sanjay Colony were invited to witness a riveting performance by the

Contemporary Gugak Orchestra at the Siri Fort Auditorium. The programme was conducted by the Korean Govt. along with Ministry of Culture Govt. of India and Indian Council of Cultural

Making a mark at the Abilympics

When you’re hardworking and talented, Deepalaya's differently abled children at the Regional Abilympics.all you need is an opportunity to showcase that talent to the world. Abilympics is a platform that allows the differently-abled to demonstrate their talent in various vocational skills and create public awareness about their abilities.


In India, the Abilympics is organised at the district, regional and national level by the National Abilympic Association of India (NAAI), which was set up in 2001 at the behest of Ministries of Human Resource Development and Social Justice & Empowerment. The objective of NAAI is to discover, nurture and enhances the talents of the differently abled.

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