Events - July 2017

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CBSE Workshop on Inclusion and Inclusive Strategies
A two day capacity building workshop was conducted by CBSE at the A.S.N. Senior Secondary School, Mayur Vihar on 7th & 8th July 2017. The workshop stressed on identifying students with learning disabilities in the School and planning multilateral instructions for them. The resources persons also highlighted the provisions, exemptions and certifications available which can be gainfully applied for. The workshop was attended by Ms. Seema Kapoor (TGT).


Accountancy & Commerce Workshop
Rachna Sagar Publications conducted a Workshop on Commerce and Accountancy at Cambridge School, Sriniwaspuri on 8th July 2017. The resource person Mr. Vikas Vijay, author of Together with Accountancy, apprised the gathering of various changes in the syllabus due to the implementation of GST. He also discussed issues such as Project Work, Time Management during examinations, Tips for last minute preparation. The informative session was attended by Mr. Mukesh Ahluwalia.


The National Population Education Award
Dr. Anita Puri, Principal, Cambridge Foundation School was conferred with the prestigious National Population Education Award at a function organized by the Women’s Agency For Generating Employment (WAGE) at the India International Centre, Lodhi Estate, New Delhi on 11th July, 2017 for the significant services rendered by the school to achieve the goals as underlined by them. These include solving the problem related to insurgency, unemployment, pollution, environment degradation , faulty education system, population explosion and making the world cleaner. On behalf of the school, the Summit was attended by Sangeeta Anand, Anu Sachdev and Rekha Ahuja and Amrita Singh (Rose V), Anushka Jajoria (VIII D), Prakriti Kumar (XII E). The chief guest Hon’ble Mrs. Meenakshi Lekhi, MP, Lok Sabha addressed the august gathering. The presidential address was delivered by Chancellor Dr. P.R.Trivedi. This was followed by the speeches of distinguished dignitaries including H.E. Deep Kumar Upadhayay, Ambassador of Nepal, H.E. Jozef Drofenik, Ambassador of the Republic of Slovenia, H.E. Augusto Montiel, Ambassador of the Republic Of Venezuela. The Vice Chancellors of Bhagat Phool Singh Mahila Vishwavidyalaya, National Unversity of Advanced Legal Studies, B.R.Ambedkarn Bihar University were amongst other who shared their views and gave significant messages to those assembled. The programme concluded by the Vote of thanks given by Ms. Neelam Joshi.

Accountancy Workshop
Sultan Chand Publishers organized an Accountancy Workshop on Changes in Accountancy Syllabus on 15th July 2017 at the India Islamic Cultural Centre, Lodhi Road. The session was initiated by CA Dr. G. S. Grewal. He discussed the changes in the syllabus thoroughly with all the teachers. He also shed light on the impact of GST over Accountancy and its accounting treatment and how it is to be explained to the students. The other eminent resource person, Mr. R. K. Khosla, also emphasized on changes in Accountancy syllabus and how to manage time during exam by the students. Tips for last minute preparation for the Board Exams were also exchanged among the attendees. The educative and informative session was attended by Ms. Sonal Vij (PGT).


Metallica Quiz 2017
The Indian Institute of Metals - Delhi Chapter conducted the Metallica Quiz 2017, on 15th July 2017. Devum Pruthi (11) and Nikhil Sharma (12) secured the First Prize. They received a cash reward of Rs. 5000 along with a trophy and a certificate of excellence. Devum Pruthi also received an audience prize of Rs. 100. They will now go to Kalpakkam, Tamil Nadu, for the Finals of Metallica Quiz 2017 to be held at the All India Level.


CBSE Mathematics Capacity Building Workshop
A capacity building workshop was organized by the CBSE on 21st and 22nd July 2017 at Sachdeva Public School, Rohini. The resource persons Ms. Anita Sharma, Principal, SD Public School and Mr. Shahid Qureshi, stressed on promoting a gender equitable environment in the classroom, and that learners should actively apply the knowledge that they have imbibed. Important points related to writing of lesson plans and drafting tests were also discussed. The workshop was attended by Ms. Kiran Dawar (TGT).


Annual Class Decoration Competition
The School held its Annual Class Decoration Competition on Saturday 22nd July 2017. The evaluation of the event was done by notable artists Mr. Manish Kr. Yadav (MFA) & Ms. Swati Chaudhary (MFA). The creativity, mental ability & conception of ideas were in reality worth admiring. The children exhibited quality work that facilitated accomplishment of figurative & subjective work. Many classes had a thematic expressions of talent in various spheres and topics like; Unity in Diversity, Science And Spirituality, Nature, Galaxy, Jungle And the Ocean World, etc. The Judges took substantial time to reach their final decision based on the colour scheme, symmetry and overall presentation of the work.
The Winners of the Competition were
Primary Section -
Rose I, Lily II, Tulip III, Rose IV and Lily V
Middle Section -
Senior Section -
XI A and XII A
Libraries & Laboratories -
Junior Library, Physics Laboratory and the Junior Computer Laboratory
The School Principal Dr. Anita Puri and Manager Ms. Meena Malik congratulated the students, Class Teachers and In-charges on their spectacular presentations.


Commerce Workshop
Bal Bharti School, Ganga Ram Hospital Marg, in association with Arya Publications organized a Commerce workshop on Changes in the Accountancy Syllabus on 22nd July 2017. The session was initiated by Prof. D. K. Goel, author of Accountancy books. He discussed changes in the syllabus thoroughly with all the teachers. He also apprised the attendees on the impact of GST over Accountancy. Prof. Goel also laid stress on proper project work. Tips for last minute preparation for the Board Exams were exchanged. The workshop was attended by Mr. Mukesh Ahluwalia.


Commemorating Kargil Diwas

Class 1
On the occasion of Kargil Vijay Diwas a small celebration took place in Class-1. The celebration commenced with an introduction as to why this day is celebrated and its significance was also explained. The students were shown animated videos regarding the same. Children displayed their enthusiasm by singing various patriotic songs. The commemoration concluded on a sweet note when children enjoyed sharing delicious sweets which they had brought with them. The children learned to love their country and respect the brave soldiers.

Class 2
The students of Class 2 celebrated Kargil Vijay Diwas with great enthusiasm. The boys were dressed as soldiers and girls as Bharat Mata. The celebration began with a brief description given by the teacher highlighting the significance of this day. The children were informed that this day is celebrated on the success of operation Vijay. Then few children spoke lines and some recited poems related to this day. They also sung song "Aao Baccho Tumhe". A dance performance was given by all children on song "Jai Ho". To pay homage to the soldiers of the Kargil War, the National Anthem was played. The celebrations ended with distribution of sweets.

Class 3
The students of Class 3 celebrated Kargil Vijay Diwas with great pride and enthusiasm. They made beautiful cards and the Indian flag and spoke a few lines for the brave soldiers who fought for our country and sacrificed their lives for us. No matter how far we go as a nation, we shall always be in debt of these people. Jai Hind.

Class 4
July 26 is celebrated as Kargil Vijay Diwas. The students of Class IV conducted a special assembly to pay heartfelt homage to the martyrs of Indian Army who sacrificed their lives and won the war at Kargil. The students were informed about the Kargil War and how our valiant soldiers fought gallantly for the pride of our nation. Some students had brought write-ups on our brave war heroes, which they read out in the class. A ‘Qawwali’ dedicated to the Heroes of Kargil was presented in the Morning Assembly. A Speech and a skit were also presented. Students sang patriotic songs and discussed the significance of the day. The whole atmosphere was filled with patriotic fervour as the patriotic song was played and National Anthem was sung.

Class 5
The students of Class 5 commemorated the Heroes of Kargil who laid their lives for their country and eulogised those who lived to tell the horrors of war. Posters on Slogans like "Only the dead have seen the end of war" and the like were made. Poems were read out against war and its aftermath. A discussion was held on why Kargil happened and its effects. The war happened in 1999 and is remembered with reverence every year on 26th July.


Accountancy Workshop
The Commerce Teachers Foundation conducted a Commerce Workshop on Changes in the Accountancy Syllabus and Accounting Treatment of GST on 29th July 2017 at the Ryan International School. The session was initiated by Dr. Dinesh Madan, Founder of the Commerce Teachers Foundation. He discussed changes in the syllabus thoroughly with all the teachers. The session was then taken over by Professor V Wason, an eminent author of Accountancy. He shed light on the impact of GST over Accountancy and its accounting treatment to be taught to the students. He also emphasized on changes in Accountancy syllabus and how to manage time during exam by the students. The session was attended by Ms. Sonal Vij (PGT).


Global Tiger Day
The National Tiger Conservation Authority, Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Govt. of India, in collaboration with the Global Tiger Forum and the World Wildlife Fund, celebrated the Global Tiger Day on 19th July 2017, at the Vigyan Bhawan. The programme commenced with a welcome address by the DGF&SS, Ministry for Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEF&CC). This was followed by a Tiger Song and a Nukkad Naatak. Mr. Randeep Hooda, renowned Bollywood Celebirty addressed the gathering and released a Tiger Video. Ministers from various Tiger states presented their views on Tiger Conservation. Dr. Harsh Vardhan, Hon’ble Minister MoEF&CC, addressed the gathering stressing on the need for conserving wildlife and specially the Tiger. The children were given T-shirts with Tiger Motifis. The School was represented by a group of 15 students accompanied by Ms. Mansi Gandotra.