Title : An edifying and informative session on how to crack competitive exam
If you want
to be successful, know what you are doing, love what you are doing and believe
in what you are doing.
With this motto in mind, an edifying and informative session
on how to crack competitive exam was organized for students of class XI. The
resource persons Dr. T.K. Bansal, managing director Bansal tutorials and Dr.
D.D. Chaturvedi, faculty SGGSCC, DU emphasized the role of self imposed
discipline and determination in attaining success.
Students of Modern Public school attended a non-verbal musical performance NANTA which was organized by the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in India on November 13,2018 at Siri Fort auditorium, New Delhi. NANTA combines the rhythm and beat of Korea with contemporary music to create a unique but familiar sound for audiences. It was performed with sounds and movements without any dialogue.
The show was a high energy experience with infectious rhythms. It was a complete blend of non-stop action, laughter and a complete entertainment package.
TERI School of Advanced Studies in association with
Dalmia Cement organised Climate Jamboree-
a Youth movement to promote action towards climate protection and
sustainability. This event showed participation from more than 100 schools
across Delhi, NCR and delegates from abroad. Ms. Sindhu Vikram along with six
students of classes IX & X represented our school at the event held in
Thyagaraj Stadium, New Delhi on November 1, 2018.
The purpose of the Jamboree is to engage the youth in
India to take ownership of sustainability solutions and respond positively.
Dr Leena Srivastava Vice Chancellor, TERI School of
Advanced Studies, Mr. Nikhil Sahni, Group President & Global Head
Multinational Corporate Banking, YES Bank, Mr. Puneet Dalmia, Bharat Group and
many other dignitaries from academic & corporate world shared the dais.
The day showcased the plethora of activities, games,
quizzes, exhibition, technical live session to provide young citizens
directions to become active players in the movement of sustainability. It was a
great enriching session for one & all.
To add another feather to the cap of success our MPS
team comprising Samyak Jha, Aditya Pratap Sharma, Sahil Aggarwal, Paras Jain,
Atulya and Manit Singhal also won the quiz competition held as a part of showcase
Classrooms don't need tech geeks who can teach; we need teaching geeks who can use tech.
Ms. Asha Nandal attended a two day workshop from 29 October 2018 to 30 October 2018 organised by CBSE on Digital Essentials at G D Goenka Public School Vasant Kunj. The resource person Ms. Gurpreet Kaur enriched the teachers about various tools like Google docs, forms, kahoot, fotor etc. The workshop was really informative and enriching.
Title : NYS Leadership League: An Agenda of Social Entrepreneurship
Under the aegis of Zee Leadership League, a stimulating plenary was undertaken by an expert Ms Palak from Feeding India on October 25,2018. The resource person enlightened the motto of Poshan to Paathshala through the presentation. It sensitised the stakeholders not only towards the vertical imperative but also working for the underprivileged strata of society. It was indeed an enriching session.
Behtar and NGO in
collaboration with Delhi Police organised a workshop on Gender Sensitisation,
challenges and solutions at Netaji Subash Palace, Pitampura. Ms. Mena Mittle
and Ms. Rutika Gangwar along with students of classes IX to XI attended the
same. The resource persons Ms. Monika Arora Advocate Supreme Court standing
Counsel Delhi High Court and Mr. Bharat Chugh Former Judge appraised the
audience about the need to introduce gender sensitisation in adolescents. An
interactive session enabled the participants to discuss many gender
discriminating issues being faced in the society and eventually evolve ways and
means for resolving such conflicts. The workshop also laid a platform to get
hands on with self defense technique from Limca book record holder Mr. Shiv
Kumar Kohli. The session was enriching.
Title : Workshop on development of skills in children
A workshop on the theme No Limit Child was organised by Parwarish Institute of Parenting at India International Centre, Lodhi Road on September 29, 2017. Ms. Sapna Charha and Ms. Meena Seth got the privilege to attend the mind boggling session. The spokesperson Mr. Sushant Kalra, Director Parwarish Institute of Parenting, a parenting coach as well as a TEDx speaker apprised the attendees with measures to develop multiple psychological and cognitive skills in children. The speaker also emphasized on the achievement of development targets through adaptation of play-way method by parents and educators. He also highlighted the strategies to inculcate responsibility in children, dealing with adolescents, unveiling their creativity and many such significant aspects. It was an enlightening session as the audience learnt unconventional methods to achieve limitless development of skills in children.
Five students of our school along with the German teacher, Ms. Ritu Kapoor
attended the inauguration of Science Film Festival at Amity University in
collaboration with Goethe Institute on October 9, 2018.
It was a celebration of science communication and present scientific issues
accessibly and entertainingly for primary, secondary and university students.
Its theme was FOOD REVOLUTION. The event commenced with a welcome ceremony and
felicitation of chief guest and representatives from Goethe Institute.
Thereafter a film LIVING THE CHANGE was shown to the students. The students
were made aware of climate change, resource limits, economic downturn and
social disconnection. It was a highly enriching event.
In pursuance to this, a workshop was conducted for the
students of class XII and their parents on the topic Choosing Career Option.
The resource person Mr. Ashish Jain, a charted financial analyst apprised the
parents and students about variety of career options available after class XII.
It was an interactive and informative session as all the
inquisitions in the minds of parents were answered.