DISHA SCHOOL - We Care Our Students

A student of Disha School witnesses and enjoys meticulous planning, flawless execution, critical analysis, understanding and counseling with regular teaching and learning. Disha has taken a bold step forward in caring for its students by starting a Student Welfare Board which gives personal attention to all the students in the institute on an individual basis. The Student welfare officer appointed by the board interacts with the students and discusses his academic, personal and social issues which are hampering his growth and offers a caring counsel to the student to overcome his problems and perform well. Hobby clubs and various other socio – cultural inter society activities are organized on a regular basis for the overall development of a child also to, give a platform to new emerging talents.

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DISHA SCHOOL - Student Society

Disha Education Society believes in all rounded growth of its students. It believes that students at Disha do not have only to study but strives at giving them an opportunity in honing their skills. For this purpose, it has constituted six Societies.

These societies are fashioned in such a way that it infuses Indian values and culture with the modern scientific approach. The very name of each society spells much about this. These names are :

Brahmos : Blue
Lakshya : Yellow
Vayu : Red
Surya : Green

Even the flags of each society carry symbols, that signify fusing scientific temperament with ancient Indian symbols like Brahmos carries the symbol of a star depicting 'Brahmand' the universe; Lakshya shows a bow and an arrow showing one should be focused; Vayu shows an eagle, the king free to move about and Surya again depicts the power of the sun.

These societies concentrate upon developing different skills of the students in fields entirely removed from studies; like: Sports, Outbound Excursions, Cultural activities, Guest lectures and Social and ecological activities.

DISHA SCHOOL - Our Students Achievements


-- International Karate Championship was organized by SHITO RYU SEIKO



Approved by Karate Association of India and Recognized by Ministery Of Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India and International Olympic Committee . PoorvChouksey of Class 8Th has participated in All Styles Invitational International Karate Championship held on 3rdto 5th February,2017 at Rajiv Gandhi Indoor A C Stadium Visakhapatnam , AP , India in individual kalmite Junior category and has won BRONZE MEDAL.

Megha Lodh of Class XII Science bagged 3rd prize for the All India Essay Writing Event 2016 organised by Shri Ram Chandra Mission(SRCM) & United Nations Information Centre for India and Bhutan (UNIC).


34 students participated from Senior Category out of which 15 participants qualified for second phase and two of our students qualified for the National Finale the final phase, Master Manmeet Singh Batra (class 10) and Master ChamanpuriGoswami (class 12 PCB). All participants received E-Certificate from WWF- India for participation.

School Level Quiz in Progress at DCHSS

Online Quiz in progress at DCHSS

State Level Drawing Competition Under (National Campaign On Energy Conservation 2016) organized by Ministry of Power , Government of India on 09.11.2016 at Power Grid, Kumhari, Raipur (C.G.)

Report : Power Grid, Kumhari as every year organized State Level Drawing Competition Under (National Campaign On Energy Conservation 2016) organized by Ministry of Power , Government of India. This competition is organized in two levels : school level and state level and in two categories : category ‘A’ includes classes IV, V and VI and category ‘B’ includes classes VII, VIII and IX. At school level Vaidehi Gupta of class VI got selected for category ‘A’ and then her entry was sent for State Level where her painting got selected as a reserve candidate with a prize amount of Rs.2000 and she got a last minute entry in the competition. Her painting was appreciated and though she could not get merit position but got a consolation prize worth Rs. 5000. She stood among top 50 candidates among 96400 candidates in category ‘A’.

Vaidehi’s Paintings and Certificates at School level Competition