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 took its roots in the year 1870. We draw our inspiration from Christ, who willed the total development of every person and from our Foundress, Mother Veronica of the Passion. Read on..
Indo-German project on Empowerment of Women, jointly done by Carmel,Delhi and St.Gertrudis,Ellwangen for the exchange programme of '12 was awarded by PAD, a German govt organisation promoting international exchanges in schools.
Sr. Nirmalini A.C. "Carmel Convent in lndia: Dialogue as an instrument for social change in a multi-religious country "
The school has been at the service of the lower income group since 1957 when it was first started in Delhi. Free afternoon classes with Hindi as a medium of instruction are conducted in our school for underprivileged children of all classes and creeds.
Carmel Convent School has about 1800 students that belong to different social and religious milieu. Given this heterogeneous background, it is imperative for us in the school to create an atmosphere of tolerance and acceptance. One such step in this direction is to celebrate all festivals with equal enthusiasm.