Dar Al Salam Schools Launch DAS Digest Vol 1.4

Dar Al Salam Schools Launch DAS Digest Vol 1.4

DAS Digest Vol 1.4 was launched as part of the welcoming ceremony organised to congratulate Mrs. Sujata Sivakrishnan

Dar Al Salam (DAS) schools are driven by the singular purpose to put quality education within the reach of every learner. DAS schools comprising of Aspire Indian International School (A Delhi World Public School), Aspire Bilingual School, Indian Central School and Pakistan English School launched its final edition of DAS Digest Volume 1 on 2nd October 2021, themed Inspiring excellence in digital learning. DAS Digest is a quarterly digital publication that serves the objective of providing a tangible demonstration of our schools’ values through various articles and featured content.

DAS Digest Vol 1.4 was launched as part of the welcoming ceremony organised to congratulate Mrs. Sujata Sivakrishnan on her recent appointment as Principal of Indian Central School. A neat-formatted synopsis of school related news, events, and various information of interest, DAS Digest serves as a digital publication available to our parents, students, and communities of interest.

The latest issue features content based on students’ summer assignments, DAS schools’ achievements and several areas that appeal to our community. The October issue is themed pink in colour and layout dedicated to the Breast Cancer Awareness campaign initiated under the DAS Community Engagement program. The issue has a special offer to various members of the community to participate in DAS Academy programs availing a discount of 30% using the code DD-OCT, valid until 31 Dec 2021.

DAS Digest is available on the websites of Aspire Indian International School, Aspire Bilingual School, Indian Central School and Pakistan English School, as a link under the Community tab.

Click on the following links to read DAS Digest October Volume 1.4:

Dar Al Salam Schools Launch DAS Digest Vol 1.4
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