Cultural Exchange Program


The first online exchange programme between st Petersburg school no. 349 and Greenway Modern school was completed on 3rd February.  On 2nd February, the students of Greenway presented the videos on science and technology of our school along with Science and Atal Tinkering Lab. Students also told the Russians about the Indian schooling system and NEP along with various Indian dance styles. On 3rd February students from Russian School presented a video of their school, schooling system and important festivals of Russia with the help of Ppts and videos. It was really a great opportunity for the students and teachers to interact with each other. The certificates of participation and appreciation were presented to the teachers and students of Greenway as well as St Petersburg School no. 349 and Mr Mangalam.

It is rightly said that 'Where there is a will, there is a way" This is proved by Greenwanians by not losing hope and apart from academics & activities conducting the online exchange programme successfully. 

The Principal of the school appreciated the efforts of the students& teachers who were the part of this exchange programme.  The teachers who were the part of the exchange programme are

Ms Yogyata Mathur 

Ms Jaishree Shreedharan 

Ms Sana Khan

Ms Shruti Barman 

The student representative who anchored the programme very efficiently was Nupur Bubna of class IX. 7

The programme ended with the vote of thanks by Mr Manglam Dubey who appreciated the efforts of both the schools for taking such an initiative of online exchange. Click here for more images


The students of St. Petersberg school no.349  Russia showed their gesture on the occasion of our 72nd Republic Day by sending the greetings with each student's name on them. This shows the bond of love and patriotism between the two countries.  A Courtesy beyond imagination. Click here for more photographs.

On 21 December 2020, Greenway Modern School, Dilshad Garden, successfully conducted the second virtual session of a cultural exchange programme with Russia wherein the students and teachers of both the representative schools interacted with each other. In the session, the students of Greenway presented the PPTs, videos, live demonstrations on Art and Craft and Food of India to make the Russian students know about the same and understand Indian culture. It was really a great session. Click here for more photographs
As the Covid-19 pandemic is still unravelling, imposing travel restrictions, closure of schools have impacted the students a lot. Against this backdrop, Greenway Modern School, Dilshad Garden adopted a new approach to help its students gain international perspective and experience by encouraging virtual cultural exchange programme with St. Petersburg, Russia. This way, around 35 students of class IX from school no. 349, St. Petersburg, Russia were able to connect with the students of Class IX of Greenway digitally (via Zoom) to share their knowledge and learn from each other. During this first virtual session held on 18 November 2020, the Russian guests were given a detailed description of India’s geography, its monuments, followed by a virtual tour to the Taj Mahal and the vibrant festivals of the country, mainly Diwali which is celebrated with gusto globally. This virtual exchange programme has given the students of both the schools, representing their respective country, a perfect platform to share unique experiences and deep insights and develops cross-cultural collaborative communication without any boundaries constraints. Click here for more photographs.


Greenway Modern welcomed Russian delegates in school. The purpose of educating is not complete without teaching  the young minds to perceive the whole world as their global  family  .In keeping with the legacy of peace, friendship and cooperation between India and Russia, Greenway modern school Dilshad Garden welcomed a contingent of 25 students and 7 teachers from on 31st of January 2020.
The honourable guests were given a cordial warm hearted welcome as they arrived at the premises. Young Greenwanians along with Teachers and Management expressed their exuberance in the form of flowers. .
They promulgated the information about the school and it's motto with the guests .They furthermore disseminated information about the colourful display-boards they had diligently embellished with the interesting facts about affinity between  Indo-Russian culture and traditions .It touched a chord of cognizance  with the guests. .
A sublime cultural programme displaying a kaleidoscopic glimpse of Indian unity in diversity was presented for the visual pleasure of the guests.The teachers and students of school number 5 and 8 regaled Greenwanians with their scintillating dance, song and Yoga

 performance.The guests visited ATL lab where they were engaged in lively experiments and interactive activities. The guests loved special stalls of Mehndi,  Tattoos,Indian Sweets and exotic handicrafts arranged for them by the Students .They participated with full enthusiasm in the fun games of basket ball, with their Indian counterparts. 
Soaked in the true spirit of friendship and amicability, the event added as yet another cherishable memory in the treasure trove of accomplishments of the School. Teacher  of Russian School conveyed a heartfelt thanks to Greenway for their genial hospitality and hoped that this wonderful exchange programme between two schools would bear fruits and culminate into stronger propagation of peace and education. .
The principal of Greenway Mr. Mohit Sachdeva proposed a vote of thanks for the delegates and reaffirmed the school's aspirations to explore every possible horizons in creating a better world for tomorrow they were taken to Akshardham and were mesmerized on seeing the light and sound show. Click here for more photographs.


The versatile students of Greenway Modern School, Dilshad Garden are given Korean language learning classes by a professional mentor. The second session of learning the language has been successfully completed.

On completion of the session, the students were awarded with the certificates and story book. It was really a great opportunity for the students. Click here for more photographs


(A Wheel of Friendship)

 On 24 December 2019, Greenway Modern School Dilshad Garden, whole heartedly welcomed its Korean guests who visited in School under Korean Exchange Program. About 13 students and 2 teachers, with the Principal Mr. Yer Yonggu of Sangwon Elementary School, South Korea visited the school.

 On the day, Greenway Modern School organized a prismatic and grandiose cultural programme that encompassed the depiction of the lively folk culture of India and South Korea. A special dance presentation by Korean guests was also staged. The eloquent and fervent Principal of Greenway Modern School, Mr. Mohit Sachdeva adored the occasion and thanked the Korean guests for sojourning.

 After the festive celebration, the Korean guests were toured the magnificent Akshardham Temple, Kidzania and Korean Cultural Centre in Delhi. They were also made to delve into the beauty and regal history of the Delhi City. The Sojourn was really a memorable and momentous visitation that has strengthened the affable bond between two countries, India and Korea. Click here for more photographs


For the 3rd consecutive year, Greenway Modern School, Dilshad Garden, felt proud to be associated with Russia, for the Indo-Russian Student Exchange Program. A group of 5 students were selected for the exchange program and were accompanied by a teacher, Mrs. Poonam Makhija, to Ivanteyevka, Russia, from October 9th to October 16th.

The students and the teacher were greeted very warmly by the Russian School Staff and students on their arrival. Everybody was escorted to the school officially to meet their respective Russian partners and from there, began the journey of the cultural exchange. Greenwanians were heartfully welcomed by the Russian students’s family to stay with them and be a part of their own culture.

On the day of arrival, after the students got comfortable with their host families, they were taken for a short excursion around the Ivanteyevka town.

Day 2 was full of activities for the students as they were taken to the school, where they attended Russian lessons, communicated with the fellow Russian students, and later were taken to the Centre of Creativity, and indulged in creative workshops.

Day 3 was scheduled for a visit to the Nursery School No. 15, Rucheek. After which, everyone enjoyed a pleasant walk around Moscow.

Day 4 was the day at the respective Host families, where they could get familiar with the people, culture and their warmth.

Day 5 had been scheduled for a visit to the mesmerising city of Alexandrovskaya Sloboda, where one could truly live the traditions of Russia.

Day 6 was full of adventure, as the students participated in various sports events at the sports centre Olymp. Our students made us proud by bagging 1st position in various events. After which, the students showcased the Indian culture via a splendid dance performance which was loved by all.

The Russian Principals were presented with a token of friendship on behalf of our Principal, Mr. Mohit Sachdeva.

Day 7 was full of emotions as it was the day of departure from the beloved Russian partners. 

And with that, this beautiful journey came to an end for this year, with a promise of making the next one, even better.

Visit to South Korea

‘A dream becomes a goal when action is taken towards its achievement’.

With an another roaring success, Greenway Modern School, Dilshad Garden had witnessed a triumphal completion of its second exchange programme with Sangwon Elementary School, Daejeon ( South Korea ).

A group of 15 students along with the Principal, Mr Mohit Sachdeva and Three Teaching Staff went to South Korea for an Exchange Proramme from 5th to 13th October 2019. To get to know more about the Korean culture and traditions, the students were made to stay with the host families to make the bond of friendship of the two countries a balanced equation, transcending all barriers.

This, a seven day stay brought the two nations into one frame. A two day trip to SEOUL was a fortuity for all to know the place better. The visit to the Aquarium, Science Park, Daejeon Traditional Market, so on and so forth was a conspicuous and note worthy experience. The Korean music played with the traditional instruments was like a delight to ears. The Korean cuisine was a delicacy. The cultural programme staged and effectuated by our students was the magnum opus. This exchange programme has tied the two countries, India and South Korea, in the firmest bond of friendship. Click here to view more photographs

Indo Korean Artistic Path

On 14th August 2019, the students of Greenway Modern School got the opportunity to visit the Art Exhibition Ceremony at the National Gallery of Modern Art, in collaboration with Korean Cultural Center as. In a tie up to establish an indo Korean relations. The Art Exhibition showed a combination of Indian and Korean art with the help of Daegu Art Museum.

The Director General of NGMA Mr. Adwaita Gadnayaka addressed the esteemed guests with his warm words and lauded the efforts and cooperation of the Korean delegates.

The Director of Korean Cultural Centre, greeted the gathering and congratulated the students.

After the lightning of the lamp and the exchange of pleasantries, the choir of GMS sang their beautiful rendition of ‘Arirang’ a Korean folk song about war and hardships.

Their melodic voices and accurate pronunciation left the Audience Awestruck. They were commended by the Korean Guests and represented the Pride of being greenwanians. Click here to view more photographs.  


This year, Greenway Modern  School, Dilshad Garden has got an another feather added to its cap by extending hands in cultural exchange to Netherlands. On April 5 2019, an informative educational session was conducted at Netherland  Embassy . The session was partaken by         Ms. Jaishree Shreedhar, the activity and Exchange Program Coordinator of the school.
The organisers and facilitators of the event made the attendees aware about the various universities, courses and the scholarship programs which can be availed to the students after 12th. A discussion was also held keeping forth the various possibilities for the exchange Program with regard to Greenway Modern School and Schools at Netherlands. It was a constructive and productive discussion that rendered many  possibilities for the Exchange Program to take place in future. 


Greenway Modern School 
regard education as the key to success and commit resources in nurturing our new generation Education helps to unleash people’s potential and should enhance their virtues as well as competitiveness. For the second consecutive year a group of Greenwanians along with the Vice Principal Mr. Tarun Sachdeva and two teachers Mrs. Yogyata Mathur and Ms. Mamta were the part of this exchange programme to Russia.

This cultural program was to foster mutual understanding and promote educational and cultural exchange between India & Russia. It provided opportunity to the students for experiencing different culture and broaden their horizons as well as participating teachers. It was also a good platform to exchange views with fellow educators, share experience and foster partnership. This time the teachers Mrs. Yogyata Mathur(Biology) and Ms. Mamta (Social Science) got the opportunity to give lecture to Russian students along with culture exchange. Lectures caused a huge interest and Russian students had successfully overcame the language barrier too. Our students from classes 7 – 10 participated in sports competition, arts competition and even got opportunities to learn their tradition, Russian dance etc. In this globalized era, people who are able to adjust to different environment embrace changes and celebrate diversities and are able of rising to the challenges ahead.

“You can learn more by travelling a 1000 miles than by reading a 1000 books”

The exchange program allowed students to travel and meet people from different cultural, religious and socio-economic backgrounds and develop a greater understanding of diversity in the process. They also learnt to cultivate positive relationships with others, appreciate a broader  perspective and acquired the knowledge and skills for participating in multi- cultural societies and by applying what they have learnt. They can not only save a better future for their own, but for the community, the country and the world for all. Vice Principal Mr. Tarun Sachdeva thanked Russians for their unconditional support for the exchange programme that lasted one week and for devoting their time and efforts for putting together days of exciting and enriching activities for students and teachers. Click here to view photographs.

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