In order to provide a cross cultural exposure and a global perspective to the students, DRSIS has developed an extensive International and Domestic Students Exchange Network. The Exchange Program has become increasingly popular with the students and nearly 25% of the batch gets a chance to spend some time at a Partner Institute. Efforts are underway to expand the Program further and enable an even larger number of students to avail of this unique opportunity. The students not on the exchange program benefit through interaction with the large number of overseas students spending time at DRSIS.
It is short-term exchange program is also known as summer or cultural exchange program. It focus on home stays, language skills, community service, or cultural activities. Secondary school and primary students can apply for the program. A short-term exchange lasts from one week to a month and doesn’t require that the student to study in any particular partner school or institution. The students are exposed to an intensive program that increases their understanding of other cultures, communities, and languages.