AFS India started Interstate Regional Exchange Program to give regional cultural learning to the students of member schools within India. The program facilitates exchanges between different schools, giving them an opportunity to learn about different cultures, languages, lifestyles that exist in the country by engaging the students into various extracurricular activities and other learning process such as art, craft, music, dance, calligraphy etc.

AFS India Member Schools Rajmata Krishna Kumari Girls’ Public School (Jodhpur) hosted the students of Sunbeam School, Varuna, Varanasi from 26th Nov to 3rd Dec 2018, and sent students to Sunbeam School, Varuna from 26th Nov to 3rd Dec 2018. 

Rajmata Krishna Kumari Girls’ Public School (Jodhpur) hosted students of Amity International School Noida (Uttar Pradesh) from 3rd to 9th December 2018, and RKKGPS sent students to Amity from 18th to 23rd November 2018. 

“Unity in diversity-these are not just merely words but something that are highly applicable to a country like India that is incredibly rich in culture and heritage. The warmth in the relations and euphoria in celebrations make the country stand out distinctively in the global fraternity. During their [Students of Sunbeam School, Varuna] stay at RKK they were exposed to the vibrant, colourful and architectural beauty of Jodhpur. It included visit to sand dunes of Osian, Mandore garden, Mehrangarh fort and Umaid Palace. The shopping spree and local food was also much enjoyed by them. They attended various art and craft activities, had friendly matches and barazza sessions. Ever-smiling and courteous Sunbeam Students welcomed them [Students of RKKGPS] in the city of spiritual capital of education. Formal interaction with Sunbeam Principal and slide show on Varanasi added to their pry to know more about this city of holy rivers.”

— Reena Mishra, Volunteer, Jodhpur Chapter