1. Importance of Art Education
A arts education — including music, theater, drawing, painting, or sculpture — whether in practice or theory, has been a part of any well-rounded curriculum for decades — but that may be changing. Many schools today are cutting back or eliminating their art programs due to budget constraints. These stats aren’t just bad news for teachers working in the arts, such as those at traditional schools for dance or online colleges for photography. Numerous studies done over the past decade have demonstrated the amazing benefits of such an integral education facet. Students who don’t have access to art classes may not only miss out on a key creative outlet, but might also face greater difficulty mastering core subjects, higher dropout rates and more disciplinary problems.
1. Importance of Computer Education
Computer education in schools play important role in students career development. Computer with internet is most powerful device that students can use to learn new skills and more advanced version of current lessons. Schools are around the globe teaching student’s basics of computers and internet.
The uses of computers and internet are growing day by day in high speed. In almost all business, companies, schools using computers for various official operations. New tech tools are coming that helping students to learn better. All parents want their kids to be intelligent and creative. They want to see high marks at the end of year. They don’t want to see their kids don’t know about computers when other knows very well. They want to send their kids in schools where high level of education and schools have enough IT infrastructures.
Dips school believes in overall development of the students by giving equal weightage extracurricular activities and sports in the store of art infrastructure within the Campus.
- Smart Classes
- Math Lab
- Science lab
- Computer lab
- Art Class
- Abacus Class
- S.ST Lab
- Sports Room.
- Wushu and Taekwondo.
- Yoga Classes
Importance of Science Lab.
- skills - manipulative, inquiry, investigative, organizational, communicative
- concepts - for example, hypothesis, theoretical model, taxonomic category
- cognitive abilities - critical thinking, problem solving, application, analysis, synthesis
- understanding the nature of science - scientific enterprise, scientists and how they work, existence of a multiplicity of scientific methods, interrelationships between science and technology and among the various disciplines of science
- attitudes - for example, curiosity, interest, risk taking, objectivity, precision,confidence, perseverance, satisfaction, responsibility, consensus,
Smart Class Room
The school has 30 Smart classrooms which are fitted with Interactive Boards. The smart boards with pre loaded course content make the studies interesting and effective and also help in keeping the students to have a better understanding of the lessons.