MRS. AMITA GUPTA  (Educationist)  


East Point School is relatively young in age, yet again in this short period, has evolved as one of the more progressive Senior Secondary Schools in the area. East Point Education Society over the years has been able to   provide infrastructure of which the children can be proud off. The school is managed by a team of professionals who are recognised in their area of expertise.



Ms. Vrinda sarup, is a retired IAS officer of the 1981 batch, who has served as Secretary to Govt of India in the Department of Education and Literacy, Ministry of Human resources development and in the Department of Food and Public Distribution. Ms.sarup has worked in the sector of education for over 23 years both at the Central and State Government, where she has experience both as an implementer and policy maker. She has been central to the revision of pre-service teacher training programmes and the national pupil assessment and the assessments of school performance systems. Ms. Sarup continues to be associated with the education and social sectors after retirement as also initiatives for food security and nutrition.  



Brig Arvind Kumar was commissioned in  Dec 1984 from IMA, Dehradun. An Armoured Corps officer he tenated various appointments across the country including being an instructor at IMA and commanding an Infantry Brigade in the Dera Baba Nanak sector.He has attended various courses including Defence Services Staff College at Wellington.

During his military career, he had an opportunity to be the Chairman of the School Management Committee of APS Ambala,  APS Dinjan and KV Dinjan.

MRS.VANDANA SOOD  (Educationist)  


I graduated from from Delhi university and did my teachers training too.I begun my teaching career in east point school as a PRT in 1985 Yes it’s been a long journey which I have thoroughly enjoyed. My passion for teaching drove my ambition to teach senior classes and then I was promoted as headmistress to care for primary classes which was challenging but very satisfying. Holding hands of the children and showing them the way, organising sports day and annual day, motivating children and teachers alike – all this and much more made most of my day. Working as a team was indeed fruitful and encouraging each member of the team to use their strengths to their potential was indeed challenging.And then the role of manager which is again a satisfying one.
All in all an eventful journey.



It is my pleasure and privilege to introduce myself, Archana Shrivastava, as the Principal of East Point School, Vasundhara Enclave, Delhi. I have joined the organization w.e.f. 15th October 2020.

I am a Gold Medallist Post Graduate in ECONOMICS from Banaras Hindu University along with a Diploma in Computer programming.

I possess more than 25 years of Teaching & Administrative Experience.









Madan Mohan Vashishtha, working as a Principal in Sarvodaya Bal Vidyalaya, Dallupura,under Directorate of Education, Govt.of India. He has vast experience of 34 years in Academic as well as administrative tasks. He started his career as an educationist/teacher in
the year 1988 from the Reputed Public School and later he joined Directorate of Education as a TGT in the year 1988. Later on, he was promoted as a PGT English in the year 1992 and then
as Vice-Principal in the year 2007. And in the year 2012 he got the designation of Principal. He had double degree Masters in History and English. He did his M.Ed, PGCTE. And he did various PG Diploma in various fields like Translation, School Leadership & Management and Higher Education. He was felicitated with the certificate in leadership from the
Cambridge University.





” The goal of early childhood education should be to activate the child’s own natural desire to learn” quotes Maria Montessori.
I Chitra Vijayakumar, am proud to be a part of the school community as a parent representative. I wish to express immense gratitude to the Principal and teachers who transform and shape the future of the children with great endeavour, diligence,  and composure. 

                      Ms. PRANTIKA SARKAR BASU                                            PGT,

                     (Vice Principal)                


Prantika Sarkar Basu, Vice Principal
Swami Vivekananda Said ,” We want Education by which character is formed, strength of mind is increased, the intellect is expanded, and by which one can stand on one’s own feet.”

                Ms. KAPILA MEHTA JAIRATH                                  (PRT)             


The school believes that pedagogy plays a pivotal role in governing child’s learning, however without the right scaffolding of the pedagogue, learning remains undone. East Point School has a well qualified and informed group of teachers headed with the objective of letting each child explore their latent potential and reach their pin of achievements. The teachers believe in the holistic development of the children, hence incorporate myriad activities that ensure integration of disciplines.We believe that it’s not teaching that’s important but facilitating that helps.


 (Retd. Banker)


Retd. Bank Executive

Having 45 years of experience in banking and finance.

Presently engaged with insurance and mutual fund industry.

                      Mr.RANJIT GUPTA                                 (Retd. I.F.S.)


Ranjit Gupta is a retired Indian Foreign Service officer. He was a member of the Prime Minister’s National Security Advisory Board for the term 2009-2010. He is currently Distinguished Fellow of the Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies, New Delhi.

Earlier he has been Adjunct Faculty in the International Strategic and Security Studies Programme at the National Institute of Advanced Studies, Bengaluru; Visiting Fellow at the Institute of Chinese Studies; Visiting Fellow at the Institute of Defence Studies and Analyses; Visiting Professor at the Academy of Third World Studies, Jamia Millia Islamia; and Ambassador-in-Residence at the Jawaharlal Nehru University. He has been delivering lectures at think tanks, universities and other academic institutions in India and aboard and participating in conferences, seminars and workshops in India and aboard relating to India’s relations with West Asia and in particular the Gulf region thereof; South East Asia and East Asia with emphasis on Asia, China, Myanmar, Taiwan, Tibet and India’s ‘Look East’ Policy.

MRS.SAROJ TIKKU  (Educationist) 


I have spent my teaching years mainly in three schools ,Mater Dei convent School,(8years as teacher) ,The British school (20 years as Teacher ,Deputy principal and Head of A levels  )and after retirement as college counsellor at Vasant valley School .


(Retd. IPS Officer)


Uday Shankar Dutt joined the Indian Police Service in 1976 and was allotted to the Bihar Cadre. He has worked as District Superintendent of Police in four districts, namely Patna, Chapra, Darbhanga and Rohtas. He was rewarded for his contribution in prevention and detection of crime, maintenance of law & order, police welfare, training and modernisation. While with the State Government, he has been posted as Special Secretary (Home), Inspector General of Police, Wireless and Director General, Home Guards and Fire Services, Bihar.

              MRS.USHA RAVI CHANDARAN                            (Former DDA Director) 


Usha Ravichandran  is one of the Members of Managing Committee. She holds a Degree in Masters in Business Administration with HR as her specialisation.  She worked in Delhi Development Authority in its various departments and superannuated as Director. She also worked for Commonwealth Games, as it’s Nodal Officer for Recruitment’s of Volunteers, their Training and deployment.
After having served the government for long, she felt that she needed to give to the Society for what all she had taken – A Payback Time It was her dream to volunteer for some NGO. That is when she joined SPIC MACAY, Society for The Promotion Of Indian Classical Music And Culture Amongst Youth, as a Volunteer. For over a, she  has volunteered in various capacities such as Chairperson ( Delhi & NCR),  In-charge , Central Resource Centre, Central State Facilitator – Kerala, Tamilnadu & Puducherry, Maharashtra & North East.  She has been facilitating SPIC MACAY programs in EPES.

                  Mrs. DEEPIKA MAGO                        (Educationist) 


Deepika Mago,M.Sc. B.Ed.
Initially I was working in a Research and Development  Laboratory. However after that  I have been in the educational field for most of my working career. I was teaching in  various schools in Delhi.For example, Mater Dei Convent School, St. Thomas School, Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan and The Army Public School. Since I had to move with my husband on his various postings, I have also taught in a school in Mumbai and in colleges in Nashik and Mumbai.Later,I shifted focus and became an educational consultant. I was conducting workshops for parents and teachers on Early Childhood Development,language fluency and related topics.
I have been a member of the East Point School and Society management for over years..

                          Dr. HUKUM SINGH                                (Educationist)                


             Mrs. ALAKANANDA LAHIRI                (Educationist)      


I have been an educator for almost 4 decades and have dedicated my career to help students in enhancing and mastering language skills .

             Mr. ARVIND KUMAR             

    (Retd. Indian Railways)