Literary Activities

We had a MOVIE SCREENING for all the classes

Childhood is the most memorable phase of one's life. We learn, we forget, we fight, we mend. 90% of our childhood is spent in schools. At CDR we help our students learn better and have more fun. We had a MOVIE SCREENING for all the classes with full cinema hall aesthetics of AC, popcorn and cold drinks and best of all, their friends!!

The Delhi State Taekwondo Championship held at Thayagraj stadium,

On 2nd October 2015 our champions were awarded with gold, silver and bronze medals at The Delhi State Taekwondo Championship held at Thayagraj stadium, Lodhi road, New Delhi. Congratulations to the winners! We are proud of you !!

This year was the 69th Independence day of our country.

This year was the 69th Independence day of our country. We as a part of this beautiful democracy and as a progressive educational institute, celebrated this auspicious day with full dedication from our young students. We encouraged them to participate in as many performances and creatives as possible. The end result was great, the enthusiasm was contagious and the day was full of fun!.

we celebrate International Women's day on March 8th with a determination to commemorate the achievements of women

Each year we celebrate International Women's day on March 8th with a determination to commemorate the achievements of women, and to acknowledge the special status they deserve in society. The significant question is what difference has it made to the position of women? Have women become really strong, and have their long term struggles ended? According to the statistics by CARE, out of 1.3 billion people who live in absolute poverty around the globe, 70% are women. Reflecting on UNESCO's medium term strategy 2008-13, gender equality has been assigned as organization's global priority. The context in the developing and third world countries is worse. Women here are still subject to honor killings', they are still denied their basic rights to education and freedom, and face violence and abuse. Women empowerment depends on a number of factors as location, social and financial status, cultural connotations, traditions, and age. In today's world the scenario has changed quite a lot, Women get more privileges and have learned to demand greater rights". We have seen women as leaders of great nations like Indira Gandhi, Margaret Thatcher and Golda Meier. Our empowerment must then be derived from something concrete- knowledge or education. With knowledge we can critically discern the means of acquiring a healthy sense of identity and power and we can empower ourselves based on what our concrete knowledge tells us is provident and judicious. With education, we can understand and recognize happiness as something that is not transitory, but lifelong.