An­nual Day at Army Pub­lic School, Shankar Vihar

Hindustan Times (Noida) - - METRO -

Army Pub­lic School, Shankar Vihar cel­e­brated its an­nual func­tion – ‘Sri­jan-the Story of Cre­ation’. Ma­jor Gen­eral Ra­jeev Thapar, Gen­eral Of­fi­cer Com­mand­ing 22 In­fantry Di­vi­sion, was the Chief Guest. The Guest of Hon­our was Dr. Av­inashi Kapoor, Joint Dean Stu­dent Wel­fare, Uni­ver­sity of Delhi-south Cam­pus. The spe­cial guest was Dr. Kal­pana Bhakuni, Prin­ci­pal Kamla Nehru Col­lege, Delhi Uni­ver­sity. The event com­menced with light­ing of the lamp by the dig­ni­taries. Chair­man of the school, Bri­gadier Lawinder Singh, Com­man­der 35 In­fantry Brigade es­corted the guests along with Prin­ci­pal Malini Narayanan. The an­nual re­port was pre­sented by the Prin­ci­pal and the stu­dent re­porters of the school News Desk. The stu­dents wowed the au­di­ence with their per­for­mances and dance num­bers. The func­tion cul­mi­nated with the house awards cer­e­mony.

Delhi Pub­lic School, Ro­hini cel­e­brated ‘KALEI­DO­SCOPE’, an amal­ga­ma­tion of Men­tal Well­ness and In­clu­sion. Stu­dents from var­i­ous schools par­tic­i­pated in the events. A Panel Dis­cus­sion on the topic ‘So­cial Me­dia and Youth’ was an en­rich­ing ex­pe­ri­ence for the au­di­ence. A de­bate on the topic ‘So­cial Ac­cep­tance Leads to In­clu­sion’ of­fered some food for thought. A Short Story Writ­ing Com­pe­ti­tion on the topic ‘In­clu­sion in Ev­ery­day Life’ saw an en­thu­si­as­tic par­tic­i­pa­tion of stu­dents. Prin­ci­pal Vibha Singh wel­comed the pan­elists and judges Rip­pan Sippy, a renowned Clin­i­cal Psy­chol­o­gist and Spe­cial Ed­u­ca­tor, Dr. Renuka Ma­lik, as­so­ciate Pro­fes­sor in Gov­ern­ment Girls Col­lege, Bahadurgarh, Dr. Nisha Vashisht, As­so­ciate Pro­fes­sor, Depart­ment of Zool­ogy, Mi­randa House and Mamta Saluja, a re­cip­i­ent of Dr. Ra­jen­dra Prasad Teacher’s Award 2015. The cel­e­bra­tion was a suc­cess­ful at­tempt at sen­si­tiz­ing the view­ers about the im­por­tance of ‘In­clu­sion’.

The an­nual Ram­jas In­terS­chool English and Hindi De­bate Com­pe­ti­tion were held at NDMC Con­ven­tion Cen­tre, Sansad Marg. The Pre­lim­i­nary Rounds were held ear­lier at Ram­jas School, Pusa Road. About 60 re­puted schools in and around Delhi par­tic­i­pated. The judges for the de­bates - Dr. Tara Chadha, for­mer Reader in English at Shy- ama Prasad Mukher­jee Col­lege, Uni­ver­sity Delhi; Pad­maja, Joint Sec­re­tary in the For­eign Min­istry and Deputy Gen­eral at the ICCR and Mi­hir Ku­mar Jha, As­sis­tant Pro­fes­sor of His­tory at ARSD Col­lege, Uni­ver­sity of Delhi were wel­comed by the Prin­ci­pal Surabhi Dua. Punya Pra­sun Ba­j­pai, an em­i­nent per­son­al­ity in the field of elec­tronic and print me­dia was the Chief Guest. The par­tic­i­pants showed a keen knowl­edge of the top­ics and ex­hib­ited their de­bat­ing prow­ess skill­fully. In English, St Thomas School, Mandir Marg won the Run­ning Tro­phy while In Hindi, K.I.IT World School, Pi­ta­m­pura lifted the Tro­phy.

Somerville School, Va­sund­hara En­clave, held its An­nual Day, ‘Chrysalis 2018’ at the Siri Fort Au­di­to­rium show­cas­ing the tal­ent of over six hun­dred stu­dents. The oc­ca­sion was graced by the mem­bers of the Board of Man­age­ment; Mary Ge­orge, Pres­i­dent of the Lott Carey Bap­tist Mis­sion in In­dia, Thomas T. Roy, the Sec­re­tary/ Trea­surer of the LCBM in In­dia, D.A. Tressler, the Chair­per­son a n d Di­rec­tor, Somerville Schools, Abra­ham Mathew, the Man­ager of the school, mem­bers of the Man­ag­ing Com­mit­tee and par­ents. The pro­gramme com­menced with a prayer fol­lowed by a melo­di­ous pre­sen­ta­tion ‘Swaran­jali’. The school fe­lic­i­tated the staff mem­bers who had com­pleted 25 years of ser­vice. The high­light of the evening was `Fid­dler on the Roof’, an ac­claimed mu­si­cal. Vote of thanks was pro­posed by Prin­ci­pal Es­ther Mani.

Prin­ci­pal Vibha Singh, DPS, Ro­hini fe­lic­i­tat­ing a stu­dent.

Prin­ci­pal Surabhi Dua, Ram­jas School, with the win­ners and other dig­ni­taries

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