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School Events

  Title : Enact A Poll

The school organised an enriching activity Enact A Poll for the students of classes VI to VIII. All the students were enlightened with a presentation on the election process and its importance in a democratic country like India. To further educate the students on the responsibilities of an aware citizen, a voting session was also conducted where each student was given an opportunity to cast his vote. The children were made aware about the various rules of the Indian Parliament. 

         
  Title : Hindi Declamation Competition - Class II

Everyone has the right to express oneself. To inculcate the art of expression, a Hindi Declamation Competition on the topic Meethi Vaani was organized for the students of Class II on 27 November 2017(Monday). Participants presented their views in an effective manner with well decorated language using idioms, phrases and sayings of renowned personalities. They stressed upon adding politeness in our day to day conversation as this has eloped from voices of the new generation. The judges appreciated the efforts of the participants and applauded them for their confidence and correct pronunciation. This activity was an opportunity for the students to showcase their oratory skills. 

     
  Title : Open House on the topics Cyber Crime and Gender Sensitization

Discussion is the most effective way of sharing knowledge. Keeping this in mind, an open house was held for the students of class XI on the topics Cyber Crime and Gender Sensitization. The resource person was Dr. Anu Singh, NIE Associate, from Times of India. Honourable Principal, Academic Director and Vice Principal also graced the session.

The session witnessed a volley of questions regarding the problems faced by the young generation. Students voiced their opinion on these sensitive issues and shared their personal experiences. The resource person solved the queries and generated awareness amongst the children. They were sensitised on gender issues and how to resolve interpersonal conflicts arising from gender issues. They were also told how to tackle them and act assertively and respond to challenges. This session helped the students to exchange views on the role of family, media, career and profession in the process of gender discrimination. Another issue under discussion was cyber crime wherein, the various possibilities of account hacking were discussed. The resource person highlighted the need for children to be wise enough while using cyber space.

It was a highly enriching and interactive session. 

       
  Title : Innovation Bus Showcase

Facebook Shuruaat Bus Showcase driven by Apollo tyres hosted by Vikram Chandra and presented by NDTV India was carried out by NITI Aayog on Childrens Day 14 November 2017. The spectacular panel discussion was based on Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES). The views of different entrepreneurs and eminent personalities enriched the participants with the thought of being good mentors and facing the adverse challenges with grit and determination that an excellent entrepreneurship demands for. Mr. Amitabh Kant CEO of NITI Aayog quoted, India must become a nation of job creators, not job seekers. This statement truly inspired the audience to do something for the nation. Mr. Ramanathan, Mission Director of Atal Innovation Mission focussed on community problems of India and importance of ATL in the education system. It was indeed fortunate for the modernites to be a part of the enriching session. A glance at the ATL Bus Showcase brought up a scientific aptitude among the children. The audience gave a thunderous applause on seeing Arjun Rampal the bollywood actor sharing his views on business start-ups and importance of practical approach in education system. It was a tremendously inspiring program that instilled modernites a spark to show their innovative skills for the upliftment of the nation. 

       
  Title : What we Save, Saves us!

With the rising awareness about the importance of nature in our lives, the colour green has become an indicative of healthy living. The same was propagated by the students of class IV during an inter-house English Declamation Competition on the theme Green India, Happy India held for them on 07.11.2017 (Tuesday). The participants shared eye opening facts about the status of greenery in Indian cities. Various measures to restore the population of our green friends were discussed. The efforts of the participants were applauded by the judges. Tagore House bagged the first position. Aashima and Anusha Chaurasia from Subhash House were adjudged for the Best Content and Best Expression titles. Manasvi Choubey from Tagore House was adjudged as the Most Confident Child. Overall Best Performance went to Madhavan V. Nair from Tagore House while consolation went to Nabiya Naveed from Tagore House and Tanya Singhal from Gandhi House.


   
  Title : Internationalism The new multiculturalism

A special class assembly was organised by the students of class IV A and IV B as a part of International School Activity on 02.11.2017 (Thursday). The participants showcased a panoramic view of Malaysia, highlighting the culture, tradition, festivals and inventions. The activity proved to be a great learning for one and all present.

     
  Title : The Beginning of Formula 1 in Schools

A workshop on The Beginning of Formula 1 in Schools was organized on November 7, 2017 for the students of classes VI-XII. The resource person Mr. Tarun Bansal, representative from Formula1 introduced a STEM based Miniature Formula1 Car Manufacturing contest and apprised the students with the motto of the venture with the help of an informative video and a power-point presentation. The students participated with great zeal and enthusiasm. It was an enlightening morning session as it illuminated a spark among students to exploit their mechanical skills.

     
  Title : English Champs Felicitated

English Ambassadors from class II to V were felicitated for showing their exemplary efforts and participation in the spoken English campaign initiated by the English Department. II C, III D, IV B and V A received the English Ambassador trophies by the Director Academics, Mrs. Geeta Sehgal. The Director Academics, Mrs. Geeta Sehgal addressed the assembly highlighting the importance of spoken English in the era of globalisation. 

         
 
  Title : Special Assembly on Rashtriya Ekta Diwas (National Unity Day)

A special assembly on Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel was conducted for the students on October 31, 2017 on the occasion of his birth anniversary. The students were enlightened about his life and achievements. An informative video about the Iron man of India was shown which highlighted his commitment and dedication towards the nation. The assembly culminated with a pledge to instill the virtue of patriotism in students. The assembly proved to be motivational for all the spectators.

 

       
  Title : A curious mind knows no limits

An event, ATL marathon was organized by the school on October 28, 2017. The students participated with zeal and enthusiasm and emerged with their innovative prototypes towards the visitors. Stimulating ideas on smart cities, combating pollution and curbing hazards through plastic wastes were discussed. Several opinions regarding potential scientific innovations such as Student Security System, Chopper Bike, Sky Ambulance, Earthquake Detector Device, Innovation in Irrigation, Herbal Garden etc. were presented. The event proved to be a massive success as it was not only interesting  and informative but also depicted advanced  and developed face of science. The diligent efforts of the students were appreciated by parents, teachers and all the onlookers.

     

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