Events - October 2017

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Awareness on Swine Flu
In a special Morning Assembly on 4th Oct. 2017 the students were sensitized about the various Do’s and Dont's of the Influenza A H1N1 (Swine Flu) virus. Students displayed posters and slogans to create awareness on the impact of the virus and propagate personal hygiene such as the right method of washing hands before eating.


Visit to the National Science Centre
A group of 30 students of Class IX to XI along with Mr. Vikram Singh (TGT) visited the National Science Centre on 12th October 2017. The visit was organized for a hands-on experience session for making a “Hand Generator”. The session was conducted by Mr. Mohit. Mr. Dinesh Malik, Education Officer, Innovation Space at the National Science Centre also conducted a session to apprise the students of different innovations and inventions in various fields of science. The excursion was extremely educative and motivating for the students.


Spreading a Cheer at Tihar
Keeping up its tradition of contributing towards the noble cause of social welfare, like every year, this year too, the Principal, Dr. Anita Puri and Manager, Meena Malik along with a few members of the staff visited Tihar Central Jail No. 6, on 10th October 2017, to greet the children of the women Jail inmates on the occasion of the forthcoming Diwali. As part of the celebrations sweets were distributed and children were presented with winter clothing. The celebrations with lesser privileged children was a happy occasion. The School's special educator who goes regularly to teach the children of the inmates of the prison made them recite nursery rhymes which enthralled all. The general awareness of the little ones was also impressive. Their innate happiness and talent was highly visible and was appreciated and lauded by all present. Dr. Anita Puri and the entire fraternity of the school surely consider it a privilege to be with these children.


Webinar on Media Literacy
The School arranged for a “Webinar” on 11th October 2017, on Media Literacy. The Webinar was organized by Dr. Samir Parikh, Chairperson, Fortis National Mental Health Programme. The governing message of the Webinar was – that it is impossible to escape the impact of media in the contemporary world. This interaction was aimed at gearing and equipping the students to critically evaluate and deconstruct the media message. Media whether Visual, Print or Online increasingly tampers with our mental health and it supremely vital for us to critically examine the accuracy of the portrayal of sensitive issues such as bullying, abuse because they may have direct impact on our psyche. Dr. Parikh distinctly discussed the fact that children must ‘tolerate’ themselves on ‘media culture’ specially Online Media, which they are very susceptible too. In a way he sermonized them on desisting from unwanted media concerns and that doing a ‘Digital Detox’ from time to time at regular intervals would be far more beneficial for their betterment and growth. Children should be able to balance their thought and if necessary they should not hesitate to talk about disturbing issues with their parents, teachers and authorities. Any harmful information on social media must be kept at bay. They should also dissuade from sharing their personal information online. The Principal Dr. Anita Puri and Manager Ms. Meena Malik were personally present during the broadcast to encourage students gain knowledge on media literacy and other online intolerant behaviour.


Rachna Sagar Hindi Workshop
The Ramjas School, Pusa Road, organized a Hindi Workshop in collaboration with Rachna Sagar Publishers on 13th October 2017. The main highlights of the workshop were discussion on the importance of teachers in the learning process. The resource persons also apprised the attendees on solutions and techniques in removing errors related to Matraas and Grammar, and also how to make learning the Hindi language simple and interesting. The workshop was attended by Ms.Monika Joshi (TGT) and Ms. Anu Sachdev (PRT).


Celebrating National Education Day
The School celebrated National Education Day on 13th October 2017. Several activities as outlined by the CBSE were conducted in the School in various classes. The students of classes 6th, 7th and 8th had a Slogan Writing activity on Education and its importance and the slogans were placed at prominent locations in the School. For class 9, an essay competition was conducted on the topic “Education for all”. The students of classes 3, 4 and 5 made cards and banners on the need for education. A PowerPoint presentation showing Maulana Abdul Kalam Azad and his views on education was shown to the students. All the activities were conducted to ensure mass participation by all students.


Good Evening India - Live Telecast on DD National
A group of 12 Children from Class 11 & 12 got an opportunity to participate in a Live TV Talk Show.  The "Good Evening India" was telecast on DD National Channel on 13th October 2017 to discuss the Research Quality and Supporting Systems in India. Dr Talat Ahmad, Vice Chancellor (Jamia Milia Islamia) was the Guest of Honour. The children attentively participated in the show and interacted with the panelists. The children were accompanied by Mr. Naresh Sethi and Ms. Rachna Kapur.


Immunization Campaign Week
Immunization is a proven tool for controlling and eliminating life-threatening and infectious diseases. As a part of mission Indradhanush, which aimed at educating on the benefits of immunization such as; Diligently paying attention towards this cost effective health investment as it is estimated to avert between 2 to 3 million deaths each year. and also promoting the tag line that ‘Vaccines are the tugboats of preventive health’. Children can be protected against these diseases by vaccines, which are a necessity and urgency of the time. It is therefore essential that all parents and child welfare workers know why, when, where, and how many times their infants should be immunized. Various activities were conducted in the School in order to spread awareness about immunization. The students also took out a rally in the neighbourhood propagating the benefits of Immunization.


Diwali Celebrations

Class 1
Diwali, ‘The festival of lights’ came alive in Class 1. The celebrations commenced with an introduction as to why Diwali is celebrated and its significance – and how good always conquered the evil. An animated video was shown to the students. The teachers sensitized the students about the ill-effects of crackers. The students celebrated the festival with great enthusiasm. Fabulous performances were given by students in each section through role play and dancing on famous songs like ‘Ram ji ki Nikali Sawaari’, ‘Mere tumahre sabke liye Happy Diwali’ etc. They splashed colors on sheets and made beautiful greeting cards, lamps, candles etc. The day concluded with the distribution and sharing of sweets.

Class 2
The students of Class 2 enjoyed celebrating Diwali. It was a celebration that included many great performances from the students. They all were swayed by performances on Diwali songs and the Rangoli making activity. It was a treat to watch the kids talk about Diwali in such joyful ways. The celebrations came to an end with the distribution of sweets, everybody greeting each other Happy Diwali.

Class 3
The students of Class 3 celebrated Diwali on 16th October 2017 with great zeal and enthusiasm. All the students were dressed in beautiful and colorful traditional attire. The celebration started with the briefing about significance of the festival by the teacher.The teacher explained that Diwali marks victory of goodness over evil, Victory of light over darkness, further significance of lighting up earthen diyas was highlighted. The chidlren were told why we worship Goddess Lakshmi in the night as she is the energy that manifests as the complete spiritual and material well-being of a person. Various videos on Diwali were shown to kids, followed by dance performance on "Deep Jale" by all the students.Then Lakshmi Puja with Aarti was held with the distribution of sweets. It was followed by a Rangoli making activity by the children in their classroom as well as in the corridors. The students actively participated in all the activities.

Class 4
The celebration of Diwali,'The festival of lights' was celebrated with immense enthusiasm and religious fervour. All the classrooms and the corridor wore a festive look with diyas, candles and lanterns. The Rangoli made by the students added the perfect setting to the festivity. The students prepared head gears to promote Say No To Crackers. The distribution of sweets marked the end of the celebrations.

Class 5
Amazing Rangoli, Colourful Lanterns, Painted Diyas, & Candles created a festive atmosphere during Diwali celebrations. Students dressed in traditional Indian attire were a visible treat to the eyes. Their cheerful faces brought joy in each heart. The festivities concluded with the sharing of sweets amongst class mates and singing devotional hymns.


Seedhi Baat - Workshop on Chemistry
The Science faculty and a group of students from Classes 11 and 12, attended a workshop on “Chemistry-Seedhi Baat Session” on 17th October 2017 at the Mount Carmel School, Sector 22, Dwarka. The session was initiated by Chemistry Author Mr. R. P. Manchanda. He interacted with the students and discussed about exam essentials such as; covering the syllabus, attempting the paper, preparing for the periodic as well as the final examinations, and various tricks and tips to avoid common mistakes. He also informed students about dos and don’ts of an examination by using time management techniques. He focused on creative teaching methodology and gave an insight on important topics to teach students. The session was really educative and informative. The students were accompanied by Ms. Kirti Arora.


CFS takes the Integrity Pledge
Keeping up to the lofty traditions at the School, an Integrity Pledge was taken during the morning assembly on Tuesday, 24th October, 2017. A girl student of Class IX led the gathering by pledging and dedicating themselves towards building and promoting ethical practices and fostering a culture of honesty and integrity. Understanding that the major obstacles to our economic, political and social progress is deep rooted in corruption, the pledge inspired all to not offer or accept bribes. The need for good behavior, governance, transparency, accountability and fairness was emphasized. It further exhorted all to adhere to laws, rules and regulations and compliances. Rights and interests of all individuals and society at large shall be honorably protected.


Paryatan Parv
The Paryatan Parv was observed from 5th to 25th October under the guidelines of the Ministry of Tourism, Government of India and the Archaeological Society of India to promote Tourism in Incredible India and create awareness among the student of our rich heritage and culture. Various activities were conducted in different classes. In the Quiz Club students of Classes 6 to 8 actively participated in an exciting Q&A round on the topic “Role of Tourism in Mutual Understanding and Social Harmony”. A speech was delivered by Kareena Kapoor (9B) during the Morning Assembly. The speech contained extremely relevant information about environmentally sustainable tourism. An audio visual presentation on "Tourism Brings Economic and Social Prosperity" was shown to the students of Class 7. The entire exercise was extremely beneficial for the students and gave them a new perspective on India's tourism.


Capacity Building Workshop - Next India
Next India Pvt Ltd organised a Teacher Capacity Building Workshop on Experiential Learning on 28th Oct 2017 at Bal Bhavan International School, Dwarka. The focus of the workshop was to understand the role of experiential learning in generating interest among students and helping them familiarize themselves with concepts by connecting the latter with real life scenarios. The Resource person Mr. Varun Datta, experienced in Instructional methodology created an impact on the mind of participants so as to enhance their learning outcomes. The workshop was attended by Ms. Meena Bhatia, TGT Science.


Commemorating the Birth Anniversary of Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel
On the occasion of the 142nd birth anniversary of the First Deputy Prime Minister of India, Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel on 31st October 2017, the National Science Centre, Delhi organized a special programme in which several events were conducted which included popular talks on national integration, an open house quiz and an exhibition. The Government of India observes 31st October all over the country as a day of special occasion to foster and reinforce our dedication to preserve and strengthen the unity, integrity and security of our nation by celebrating it as “Rashtriya Ekta Diwas” (National Unity Day). A group of 20 Political Science students of Class 12 attended a popular talk on “Sardar Patel - As an Integrator and Nation Builder” by Prof. Sanjeev Tiwari, Maharaja Agrasain College, Delhi University on 30th October, 2017. The students were accompanied by Ms. Neelam Malhotra.

Museum Master Class Workshop
Flow India organised a "Museum Learning Master Class" on 31st October 2017, at the National Museum for Social Science teachers. The Museum has an impressive collection of artefacts from across the country and the world. The organizers selected some significant areas of the museum in which they took the educators and conducted various activities. These interactive activities and accompanying lectures gave an interesting insight of the subject, enabling the attendees to get a better understanding of the subject of History. The educators were also apprised how they could use this newly gained knowledge to make the subject more appealing and interesting in the class. The workshop was attended by Ms. Uma Gandhi and Ms. Pallavi Trikha.