Carmel Convent School, New Delhi, founded on July 16th, 1957 is one of the institutions conducted by the Congregation of Sisters of the Apostolic Carmel. This is an Indian Congregation, which was established in India on November 19th 1870. We draw our inspiration from Christ, who willed the total development of every person, as also from our Foundress, Mother Veronica of the Passion. Read More
Carmel celebrates Independence Day
Sanskriti Jain stood 1st in subjuniors, Avantika Singh and Manaswita stood 2nd in juniors in the Zonal Table Tennis Tournament 2014-15.
Sr. Nirmalini A.C.
"Not Seeing and yet Believing"
Young students, especially those with a scientific bent of mind, are constantly in search of evidence to believe in something. Most of them can thus be compared to a special character in the Bible named Thomas. When his companions told him that they had seen their Master Jesus alive after His death, he refused to believe and said that unless he put his finger in the side of Jesus, he would not believe. Like most of us in our ordinary daily life, for him too, “Seeing was Believing”. Read More