What is Smart class ?

Educomp’s smart class is a technology oriented initiative for schools. It provides tools and content for interactive self paced learning by students, as well as rich-media presentation for teacher-led classroom learning. The content available consists of pedagogically sound and visually rich curriculum resources mapped and customized as per the school’s Scheme of Work. This content can be streamed into the classroom and shown by teachers in the classroom to make abstract concepts real.


Computer Education is imparted to students from Class 1 onwards. The computer curriculum is activity-based and is organized in such a way that the child has familiarity with software and computer languages.


Practical knowledge always lasts for long. Class III-X students are benefitted with the practical knowledge that is imparted to the students by means of experiments.


DWS Majra in its thriving for excellence has introduced a unique feature in its arena. The Mathematics Laboratory for classes III-X. The study of Mathematics would be made more interesting in practice by giving it a practical approach. The subject theoretically imparts knowledge but its practical application not only removes the phobia generally developed among the pupil for the subject, but confirms and adds clarity of concepts to the child.
This Mathematics laboratory will provide our students the adequate base to understand the basic concepts as well as to tackle the engineering application.
This will make the subject less ‘dry’ and more filled with ‘fun’ and ‘frolic’.


The school provides coaching in Yoga and Meditation from well-trained and experienced staff.


In order to nurture creative instincts among children, we offer a wide variety of dance forms which further enhances students’ confidence.


The School Library is open to all bonafide students of the school. All classes are provided with a library period every week. The students should observe the following rules:

  • All the students must come to the Library in a single line according to their roll numbers.
  • Students should sit in Library as assigned by the librarian.
  • They must maintain absolute silence in the library.
  • They must return their library books on the returning counter according to their roll numbers.
  • Any child found damaging or defacing a book, will be debarred from the library for the whole Academic Session.
  • Books marked, disfigured, damaged, or lost will have to be replaced or compensated to the library.
  • Students must bring their almanac to the library to keep the record of books read by them.
  • Students are not allowed to bring their personal books or belongings in to the library.
  • More library rules and regulations are pasted in the library.