Aravali International School


REVOLUTIONISING EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY: AIS has been awarded No.1 #EdTechSavvy School in India by BW Buisness World, India’s fastest growing business Media House.

Keeping up with today’s transformative and dynamic times, Aravali is dedicated towards their education family, parent community and most importantly their student assemblage and ensures regular and effective dealing with modern day technology. Our efforts of empowering our educationists with pedagogic tech tools, easing the life of parents via technology and ensuring technological development of our tech savvy millennials have been recognized nationwide.   



The Korean Cultural Center recently organized the 5th Korea-India Friendship Quiz Contest – one of the most significant quiz contest at an international level in Delhi NCR with the participation of more than 31000 students from 60 different schools’ country wide. The first prize winner of this intense competition was Aarush Gupta, a class 10th student from Aravali International School, Faridabad who won an all-expenses paid trip to South Korea.

The quiz was an intensive, multi levelled competition on various aspects related to Korean culture, history, entertainment industry, food delicacy and aestheticism etc as well as the growing bilateral relationship between India and Korea.  Aarush Gupta was motivated to learn about Korea because of his fascination with Korean culture and its similarities with Indian culture, particularly the same date of the Independence days of both the countries. Aravali International School’s teachers aided the child by fostering and encouraging his multicultural interests. Aravali International School has a school culture of embrace and acceptance and has an educational vision highly focused on multiculturalism, pluralism and ethnic inclusiveness. The initiative was started by KCCI in 2016 with the aim of strengthening Korea – India relationship through spreading awareness and knowledge among Indian youth. Mr. Kim Kum-pyoung, Director, Korean Cultural Center India, said that India and Korea share a strong bond in the areas of culture, heritage and business. He also mentioned that strengthening the youth connect between both the nations will give this bilateral relation a much stronger base, readying today’s youth for tommorow’s future.