Ekya is a community of learners, thinkers, doers and changemakers. Ekya stands for a sense of togetherness, collaboration and unity – Ekya is a community where everyone forges ahead with purpose. The word Ekya is derived from the Sanskrit sounds of unity and individuality. It embodies the spirit of collaboration and togetherness while allowing space for the individual to grow. The Ekya logo can be interpreted in many ways and we love seeing students derive their own meaning from it.
This school is built on an area of 22 acres. It has an admin block and blocks for ICSE, IGCSE and IB curriculum. It is a co-educational school with separate dormitories for boys and girls. The library has 22,000 titles, including books, journals, magazines, and e-resources. The campus has a half-Olympic-sized swimming pool, two basketball courts, one volleyball court, two lawn tennis courts, hockey ground, skating rink, and a cricket field.
New Horizon Gurukul (NHG), as the name suggests, blends the heritage of the ancient Gurukul tradition and modern methods to learning in a unique system that has been made popular by the school. Learning takes place in an eco friendly environment reminiscing the Gurukula of a time gone by. This unique Gurukul concept is skillfully facilitated by the guru (teacher) to empower the Shishya’s (student) experiential learning. The objective of this technique is to develop the holistic personality of the student, making him/her a better, happier and healthier individual.
Sneha Charitable Trust belongs to the Camillians, an International Catholic faith based organization that is exclusively involved in the heath care field for the past 450 years. The trust was established in 2003 specifically to coordinate all our HIV/AIDS initiatives in India under the banner, Snehacare. The aim of the Sneha Charitable Trust is to provide holistic and comprehensive health care to people in general and the marginalized sick in particular.
At The Deens Academy, we believe that the objective of education is not just to inform, but also to empower and transform. With this philosophy at its core, children make the transition from dependence to independence in a secure, stimulating and multi-cultural environment where each child can learn, thrive and achieve his or her fullest potential and most importantly, have fun in the process.