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4th EduLeaders Virtual Summit and Awards 2020, New Delhi

Day of Glory

Sanskriti KMV School Crowned Once Again Bags, award in effective use of ICT in School Management4th EduLeaders Virtual Summit and Awards 2020, New Delhi

On the auspicious occasion of Teacher’s Day, school has been awarded with the EduLeaders Award, in the 4th EduLeaders Virtual Summit and Awards 2020 ceremony held in Delhi, attended by renowned educationist.

The prestigious award has been conferred for the category, Effective use of ICT in School Management.

The category stands very apt in the present times as the technology is the only tool to bridge between school, parents and students. Mrs Rachna Monga, Principal, received the award in the virtual session held on 5th Sept. 2020 in Delhi.

In her online address she mentioned that use of ICT in every sphere of school management in Sanskriti KMV School is very much embedded in the regular working and complete faculty of the institution is well versed to adapt and develop as per the technological needs in the process of teaching and learning.

Over the years school had always upgraded its ICT working and at present school is one of the very few educational institution in the region, that is rigorously working with ICT fueled action plan. Worthy Sh. Chander Mohan,


Sanskriti KMV School observed World AIDS Day with a resounding commitment to raise awareness and dispelling myths surrounding HIV/AIDS. The school organized an awareness campaign depicting Global Aim- "Let Communities Lead",engaging students in a collective effort to promote prevention and understanding.
In an effort to empower the student body with accurate information, student volunteers from grades VIII to XII conducted informative sessions within classrooms, dispelling common myths and highlighting preventive measures against the transmission of HIV.
Principal, Mrs. Rachna Monga emphasized the significance of collective awareness in the fight against HIV/AIDS. In her message, she underscored the importance of education as a powerful tool in breaking down stereotypes and fostering a supportive environment.