Leadership

Leadership

Our Principal

With an endearing smile and warmth that is extended to the entire fraternity of the school, Dr Amrita Vohra is the most cherished connecting vital link between the students, faculty and the management.

In her pursuit of excellence she is a regular participant of the U.S. Harvard Graduate School of Education as an Educational Tour Course on Leadership - "An Evolving Vision" and has actively participated in the Annual South Western Command Principals Workshop in Oct 2011.

She has attended the Eastern Command Principals Workshop in Sep 2011 and a Workshop by Wide World, Harvard on Teaching for Understanding in addition to the program on Negotiation and program at Cambridge by Harvard MA. She is also a student of "Learning How to Learn: Powerful mental tools to help you master tough subjects by University of California.

Having a rich academic experience spanning over three decades, her dynamic leadership has helped a lot of schools across the country to incorporate a healthy teaching-learning environ. A Ph. D in Education Psychology, a Masters in Education and Botany, Dr Vohra believes in being a lifelong learner. She has also undertaken "Strategic leadership programme for CBSE Principal", IIM Bangalore, Beginners course of Intel (Regd), "Teach to the Future" Programme and Qualified the Central Selection board Army Welfare Education Society for PGT (Biology) and TGT (Science).

Recently being recognized as a "Future 50 Leaders Shaping Success" by Fortune India, Dr Vohra is an institution in herself with the vision she drives this school with. She has been also felicitated with the Leaders- Pillars in Education Award for making a difference in the field of education and have redefined the academic paradigms. She has also been awarded as the Best International Principal by the Science Olympiad Foundation and an honorary recipient of "Uttarakhand Ratan Award" which was presented to her by Principals Progressive School's Association, Uttarakhand in collaboration with the Times of India.