The International Award for Young People is a global non-formal educational framework that inspires youth to dream big, to commemorate their achievements, and to make a difference in their lives and then to the world. This award encourages young minds to learn new skills, be physically active, volunteer within their communities, and discover a sense of adventure outside the classroom.
The vision of our school is to be an institute of excellence where every student is nurtured as a responsible citizen and an empowered leader of tomorrow. Keeping in line with the same ideology, Indirapuram Public School is connected to the International Award for Young People. The award was established by the late Duke of Edinburgh in 1956 for non-formal education, which challenges young people aged 14–24 to make a difference in society by taking an initiative.
Our students participate in this programme and try to reach their potential. It helps them improve the living circumstances of those who work with them or around them. They contribute to the environment by educating the community about the impact of their actions on the environment. This platform has changed many lives and also enhanced the capabilities of the participants.
6, Nyaya Khand-I,
Ghaziabad (NCR), India