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"Education is not the Filling of a Pail, but the Lighting of a Fire."

The faculty at DPSG Sushant Lok is the beating heart of this organization and has an impact that goes beyond academic, economic and social measures. They believe in working together in partnership and achieve strong and lasting results and strive for the highest standards in everything they do. Every teacher has deep knowledge and passion for their subject. They have excellent preparation and organizational skills, strong work ethics and have an expertise in communication skills. These exceptional teachers develop strong bonds with students and motivate them to succeed in and out of school. Our faculty leads the way; confronts conventions and breaks new ground to deliver solutions to the challenges of the 21st century.


“Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other.”
Here in DPSG, SL, not only the students but the teachers are also committed to learning. Learning is a life-long process. Keeping the view in mind, Professional Learning Community was formed under the vision of our Chairman Mr. Om Pathak. PLC is a platform created for the teachers, by the teachers and of the teachers. Continuous trainings, Expert advice and workshops are some of the key elements of this community. Teachers across all DPSG schools are a part of this program and share their experiences and knowledge with each other. Regular online meetings help the teachers stay connected, share the resources and outcomes and plan their unit of inquiries as per the need of their learners. PLCs organize the teachers into working groups of practice-based professional learning. Each PLC group comprises of a coordinator, moderator and an anchor that manage and schedule the agendas of the meetings. Creation of a shared vision involves diverse ideas so that all members are satisfied. The PLC aims to be a reflective process where both individual and community growth is achieved, connected with the school’s shared vision of learning. Through this commitment and creation of a shared vision the team may become empowered  to work together and achieve goals.

PLC Anchor- Ms. Swati Sinha

PLC Anchor- Ms. Avni Agarwal


“The capacity to learn is a gift; the ability to learn is a skill; the willingness to learn is a choice.”
A twelve day PLDP Program for the teachers across all DPSG schools was initiated by our Chairman Mr. Om Pathak to engage and stimulate the thinking and professional knowledge of the teachers. The training module was designed by the Chairman, Principals, HMs, Coordinators and HODs of all the branches of the DPSG Society. The training included the Learner’s Profile, Inquiry-Based Leaning, and Resources for effective teaching and Designing of Formative and Summative assessments. All these documents were created by the team of principals, HMs and coordinators and shared with the teachers to enhance their professional skills. This rigorous training program enabled the teachers to develop the knowledge and skills they need to address the students’ learning challenges.
PLDP gave the teachers a chance to reinforce their existing skills. It allowed the teachers to build on their interaction skills and learn strategies for helping the pupils to achieve their full potential. 

Learning must go on. Training and Teaching go hand in hand.

Hubs of Learning

In order to ensure the enhancement of the quality of education in CBSE schools, Board has formed a group of 6 neighbouring schools for their collaborative growth. This group is named as “Hubs Of Learning”. The main objective to form this collaborative partnersip between schools is to promote the effective education program for 21st century learners. Our school is also an active member of the group which consists of five other renowned schools in Gurugram. From our school Ms. Kavita Dhingra and Ms. Urvashi Gupta are the HOL co-ordinators and they regularly participate in these meetings and events. Few of these meetings are organized in our school premises also. This program create a culture of support and healthy discussions across different areas of teaching learning like curriculum planning, activities and best school practices in partner schools. It provides an opportunity to share ideas, instructional and assessment strategies which would definitely help teachers to enhance classroom practices. It also enables sharing of resources and infrastructure among partner schools and would give more exposure to the students. Students get opportunity to interact with other school’s students and also to participate in various joint events like exhibition, quizzes, friendly matches and other extra curricular activities. It helps to create a school system which provides more joyful, creative, exploratory and vibrant environment to all its learners and teachers.

Faculty Achievers:

“The true teachers are those who help us think for ourselves.” -Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan

Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan said, "Instead of celebrating my birthday, it would be my proud privilege if September 5 is observed as Teachers' Day." From that day onwards his birthday is celebrated as the Teacher’s Day and students all over India thank and remember the teachers who have shaped them, guided them throughout gently and firmly. They convey their wishes to their teachers who have left great impact on their lives. Felicitating the staff members for their valuable contribution for 15 and 25 years by silver and gold medal respectively on every Teacher’s Day is a regular trend followed by DPSG Society.

Teacher Awardee (2019):

DPSG Society felicitated the Pre Primary & Primary Wing Coordinator Ms. Sherry Grover, an MBA in Education Management, with a Silver medal for her exemplary sense of commitment in grooming her team of teachers with care and expertise for last 16 years, at the DPSG Teachers award Ceremony. She is extremely diligent and handles every situation with utmost calmness.

Teacher Awardee (2020):

Two faculty members Ms Kavita Dhingra and Ms Usha Panghal  have been felicitated with silver medals by DPSG society.
Ms Kavita Dhingra was awarded for her commitment and dedication towards the school and for sharing a good rapport with her students and providing herself as an asset to the institution.
Ms Usha Rani has been instilling a scientific temper in the students and moving extra miles to support them in all around development in the academic arena and preparing them to face the world.

PEP Awardee 2020:

The Progressive Educator Platform(PEP) in collaboration with UNESCO recognizes the effort of teachers for their spirit and innovation during COVID-19. Teachers from across India were awarded for achieving excellence in the field of education during the sudden lockdown schooling circumstances. 
Ms Kavita Dhingra from DPSG Sushant Lok, Gurugram was given the PEP Teacher Award 2020  in the category of Early Adopter and Evangelist of New Teaching Practices and Ms Aparna from DPSG Sushant Lok, Gurugram was given the PEP Teacher Award 2020  in the category of  Excellence in Classroom Delivery Using New Teaching Practices.