Director – Education, the Society and School Mrs. Rita Kapur,
recipient of the National Award- 2004 for Teachers by President of India, has more than 30 years of experience in teaching, counselling, training and administration. Her passion to work for the underprivileged section of the society inspired her to establish a DPSG school for the underprivileged children. Whilst at DPSG, she worked on innovative projects initiated by NCERT and IIT, Delhi.
These efforts evolved an Indian substitute for the Kindergarten and Montessori system, which is being used all across the country. She was the leading light to empower the student and teacher community and establish lasting ties between countries/schools such as Singapore-Raffles, Germany – Waldorf group of schools and others in Australia, UK and USA. At Gyanshree, she seeks to better her previous accomplishments in the area of pedagogy.
Shri K.C. Jain,
Principal Chief Commissioner of Income Tax, North West Region (retd) was a brilliant student, with the distinction of standing 3rd in the Order of Merit in the Higher Secondary Examination, Rajasthan Secondary Education Board. A Gold Medalist in Commerce, he pursued a degree in Law from Delhi University and joined the Indian Revenue Service after clearing the Civil Services Examination.
In a career spanning over 37 years, he has served in a number of important positions both within and outside the department, He has been with the Ministry of Labour both as Under Secretary looking after International Labour Organisation and as Provident Fund Commissioner, Delhi. Within the Income Tax Department, he has worked in Assessment in Business and Corporate Charges, Investigation, Prosecution, Computers, Appellate Tribunal, Infrastructure, Legal and Research and Human Resource. His excellent oratory skills and strong academic background is the basis of his vision for giving direction to new-age schoolslike Gyanshree.
Mr Pradeep Srivastava,
Director General of Police- Chandigarh (Retd) is a UT Cadre Police Officer who has served with distinction at various position in Delhi, Andamans and Goa.
In all the places that he had been posted, Shri Pradeep Srivastava emphasized infrastructural development. He was involved in the development of a technologically sound Police Control Room at Delhi which helped in curbing terrorism. At his posting in Andaman and Nicobar, he promoted the tribes to bring themat par with other communities.
Shri Srivastava is also credited with re-inventing the beat patrolling system and reviving old methods of community policing by organizing sports like gully cricket,in Chandigarh.
The high points in his illustrious career were establishing the first Police Control Room in Delhi and busting the match fixing case involving Hansie Cronje. His love for ancient Indian Culture and Philosophy and the desire to pass on the right kind of instruction to instill a love for the subject motivated his association with schools.