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Monday, April 15, 2024

Enhanced Facilities Unveiled at Navy Children School Delhi

On February 15, 2024, Mrs. Kala Hari Kumar, the President of the Navy Welfare and Wellness Association (NWWA), marked a significant milestone by inaugurating refurbished facilities at Navy Children School Delhi.

The event, graced by esteemed guests including Vice Admiral Gurcharan Singh and Cmde Edwin Jothi Rajan, witnessed the unveiling of a revamped Computer Lab, a new Conference Room, and a specially designed Lift catering to children with special needs.

The refurbished Computer Lab, named ‘Param’, is tailored to accommodate senior classes, boasting a capacity for 40 students.

Equipped with state-of-the-art furniture, learning charts, and upgraded hardware, ‘Param’ stands as a testament to the school’s commitment to providing a conducive learning environment infused with modern technology. This initiative aims to enhance students’ digital literacy and foster innovative thinking.


In addition to the Computer Lab, the inauguration included the unveiling of the Conference Room, dubbed ‘Mantrana’. This room is designed to facilitate faculty development programs and online academic interactions among children across naval schools.

With provisions for seamless connectivity, ‘Mantrana’ serves as a hub for collaborative learning and knowledge exchange, aligning with the school’s vision of academic excellence and holistic development.

A noteworthy addition to the school’s infrastructure is the newly installed Lift, specifically tailored to cater to the needs of children with special needs.

This initiative underscores the school’s commitment to inclusivity and accessibility, ensuring that all students have equitable access to educational facilities. The installation of the Lift embodies the ethos of the school, promoting inclusivity and diversity within its educational framework.

During her visit, Mrs. Kala Hari Kumar also took the opportunity to explore the School Library, where she engaged with budding authors and literary enthusiasts.

As a gesture of encouragement, 28 students who authored books published by Bri Books Publications showcased their literary works, sharing insights into their creative process and literary journey. Mrs. Kumar commended their efforts and urged them to continue nurturing their talents, emphasizing the importance of resilience and perseverance in overcoming life’s challenges.


Reflecting on the significance of Navy Children School Delhi in shaping young minds and contributing to nation-building, Mrs. Kala Hari Kumar expressed her appreciation for the ongoing efforts to enhance facilities and promote a culture of excellence within the school.

The inauguration ceremony served as a testament to the school’s unwavering commitment to providing quality education and fostering an inclusive learning environment conducive to the holistic development of every student.

Pratham Gurung
Pratham Gurung
An avid movie buff who aspires to make it into the armed forces. Always had a knack for words so reading and writing are my favourite hobbies. Can debate on anything but not everything.
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