St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Janak Puri, Delhi St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School
The Principal
Principal - Ms. Inderpreet Kaur Ahluwalia (St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Janak Puri, Delhi)Ms. Inderpreet Kaur Ahluwalia, Principal, St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Janakpuri has twenty-five years of experience in the field of education. Being from the defence background, she has travelled far and wide and has had the opportunity of working in diverse schools pan India which has helped in shaping her versatile personality. ‘Imbibe Today, Lead Tomorrow’, is her abiding motto by which she leads and works. Her futuristic vision and global perspective are accredited to her being part of a delegation to Sweden for a teacher exchange programme in the year 2008.

Ms. Ahluwalia is a Science enthusiast and has facilitated numerous Maths & Science Exhibitions as well as initiated various extra-curricular activities. Being a proponent of the English Language, she started the tradition of Debates on an Inter-School Level under the event name ‘Ideologue’, which has grown in its magnitude and participation with every passing year. Ms. Ahluwalia has also been instrumental in initiating various Cultural Exchange Programmes with schools across the globe and has seamlessly led the current shift from physical to online learning. A humane and compassionate person in every essence, Ms. Ahluwalia believes that the focus of education, should be on preparing and training pupils to be responsible and aware global citizens with tolerance, respect and appreciation for diverse cultures and religions.

She is a conscientious and compassionate leader with a charismatic personality. Her constructive and optimistic outlook is reflected in all her decision making. Her motivational skills, coupled with the ability to communicate comfortably at all levels, have been conducive to ensuring a positive working environment for all members.

She whole-heartedly endeavours to carry forward the legacy of St. Mark's Group of Schools by making the teaching learning process student-centric, with greater emphasis on experiential learning.