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prayas magazine

(Senior Secondary School for Integrated Education-Recognised & Affiliated to C.B.S.E.)
Greater Kailash-II, New Delhi – 110 048
Phone : 29221798, 29228815, 29229922 e mail : [email protected]
SCHOOL ID – 1925273 CBSE AFF.NO.-2730285 EXAM.CODE - 65832

No.SOPS/BMVB-ASMA/P-M/2018-2019/ Dated : 27.12. 2018



The act of putting pen to paper is not only creative but also a great tool towards mental clarity.
That is why I look forward to and applaud this initiative of the school which may be considered “routine”
by some. Even as a routine activity it is an essential one.

Our focus is on developing the overall personality of the child, that is also why this activity is
important… everyone of them does not have to be a writer, a poet or an artist. But every student should
be a part of the whole endeavour in one way or other. My appreciation for the teachers who make this

Therefore, I feel the magazine is the real barometer of the school for it's scholastic, academic
and creative achievements.

My best wishes for it to grow into a brilliant example of creative content and production.

Former Chief Secretary of Govt. of NCT Delhi



We are overwhelmed to share that with the blessings of two divine souls- Late
Admiral R H Tahiliani and Late Shri Uggar Sain, ‘Bauji’, the school has earned the
reputation of being one of the prestigious schools in Delhi/ NCR. Our school has been
declared as a Model School for Inclusive Education by Ministry of HRD, Govt of India. We
endeavour to make Children with Special Needs, independent, self reliant and productive
members of society.


2. Our Chairman Shri S. Regunathan, IAS (Retd.), Former Chief Secretary, Govt. of
NCT of Delhi is committed to provide value based education to all without any
discrimination. Admissions are granted to all irrespective of colour, caste, creed, disability or
financial status. He alongwith Shri Arun K. Jain, Vice Chairman and members of the
Management will be opening Integrated Schools in Gurugram, Abohar and upgrade the
Middle School in Dhundike in the coming years.The Integrated School in GK II is equipped
with Smart Interactive Boards, Language Lab and Teacher’s Resource Centre to facilitate the
teaching learning process. Our school encourages the students to imbibe the values of Lala
Lajpat Rai in day to day lives.

3. The Orientation Day for the parents of Play group students was organized on 7 April
2018 in the Savitri Devi Auditorium. The programme commenced with a beautiful bhajan.
Glimpses of Pre Primary Wing were showcased through a PowerPoint presentation.
Gp.Capt. S.C. Bahri (Retd), Director-cum-Manager of the School graced the occasion and
addressed the parents highlighting the ethos of the School.


4. In the fourth week of May 2018, CBSE declared the Class XII Board Results for the
academic session 2017-2018. 178 students appeared and the topper was Abhishek Tyagi of
Science Stream with 95.4 % marks in aggregate. It is stated that 70 students got aggregate
75% & above and 145 students got First Division. 26 students got distinctions in all subjects
and many students secured above 90% marks in various subjects. There were 380
distinctions and 7 students got 90% & above aggregate marks.


5. On 28 May 2018, CBSE declared the Class X Board Results for the academic session
2017-2018. 251 students appeared and Master Nitesh Chauhan was the topper with 95.20%.
Shri S. Regunathan, Chairman and Shri Arun K Jain, Vice Chairman congratulated the
Director and the teachers. They appreciated the hard work put in to achieve such good

results. They were more than happy to learn that our special need children have done fairly
well in classX result.

6. On 28 May 2018, CBSE declared the Class X Board Results for the academic session
2017-2018. 27 CWSN (18 SN & 9 HI) students appeared and all the students passed with
good marks giving 100% result in Special Wing. Km. Tanishka Soni of SN Wing topped the
SW with aggregate marks of 90.80%. Master Sahil Ahmed topped the HI Wing with
63.80%. It is very heartening to mention that two students Km. Tanishka Soni and Master
Fardeen (both from SN Wing) got 100% marks in Foundation in IT in class X Board Result.

7. On 01 June 2018, NIOS declared the Class XII Board Result. Our 17 CWSN (10 HI
and 07 SN) appeared and we are happy to share that all students of Special Wing cleared
their class-XII through NIOS in 1st division. Master Pankaj Aggarwal, SN child scored
77.80% and Km. Mohita Gombhar, HI child scored 70.60%.


8. On 30 January 2018, the Special Olympic Bharat organized the Youth Activation
Programme in Tagore International School, Vasant Vihar. Our 8 special need students
participated in this programme.

9. From 05 to 09 February, 2018, our school in collaboration of the IED SS Cell,
Directorate of Education, Govt. of NCT of Delhi organized a five-day Workshop for 30
Special Education Teacher of Govt School in the field of Hearing Impairement. Mrs. Geeta
Mallick, HOD-IE/AO welcomed the team in the Savitri Devi Auditorium of the School. She
briefed the trainees about the day wise schedule and training sessions.

In the inaugural session, Gp.Capt. Bahri gave a brief about the successful implementation of
Inclusive Education in our School. Thirty Special Educators from different Govt Schools
were given intensive training in different aspects of education and training of hearing
impaired children like early identification, intervention, speech therapy & audiology,
occupational therapy, counseling, academics and co-scholastic activities, higher education
and rehabilitation etc. Qualified and experienced Special Educators and Professionals of our
School viz. Mrs. Geeta Mallick, HOD-IE, Mrs.Pooja Seth-I/C HI Wing, Mrs. Manu
Bhardwaj, Mrs. Sunita Kulshreshtha, Mr. Jitendra Prasad, Mrs. Seema Mahendru and Ms
Priya Rathore were the Resource Persons and conducted the workshop/sessions on different
topics. Every day, Senior Officials from the Directorate of Education, Govt of NCT of Delhi
visited the School to monitor/observe the training sessions and they highly appreciated the
entire programme.

10. To observe the ‘World Autism Awareness’ month, a Public Lecture and Panel
Discussion was organised on 11 April 2018 at AIIMS and the topic was “Autism:
Empowering through Skill Development”. The discussion was also on “Sexuality issues in
Boys and Girls with ASD” The eminent participants of discussion were Dr. Shefali Gulati
(Chief, Child Neurology Division), Dr. Randeep Gullaria, Sh. T.D. Dhariyal, Dr.Vishwaroop
Chakrovarty, Dr. Jyoti Meena and Mary Barua. Dr. Shefali informed about the establishment
of centre of Excellence & Advance Research where children could get the facilities of
genetic test, rehabilitation, advance diagnostic system. The child with Autism, after
diagnosis, will be kept under observation at AIIMS and a complete database will be
prepared. She emphasised on the establishment of National Knowledge and Training Centre.
Mrs. Vasvi Verma Meena, Computer Teacher and Ms. Mridulanjali Bhardwaj, Special
Educator attended this Public Lecture.


11. A workshop on Conglom was conducted by the Principal for teachers teaching
classes Nursery to class II. It is a form of morning circle with an independent and
imaginative approach wherein various activities focusing on conversation, meditation, yoga,
storytelling, and team building activities are conducted. The aim is to enhance self-esteem,
the listening and speaking skills of the children. Children learn to behave in group seating
and understand the emotions, their own and of others. The plan for each month is duly
approved by the Coordinators (Mrs. Reena Khurana-Pre Primary and Mrs. Rashmee
Srivastava-Primary) in consultation with the Principal. Instead of the daily assembly,
Congloms will be conducted regularly. However, special assemblies will be organized
according to the occasion.

12. A workshop with the Parents of wards studying in class VIII and IX was conducted
on 31 July 2018 by Mr. Tejwant Chatwal, CEO EEF. Multiple Intelligence Ability Tests
will be conducted to tap the latent talents of the students for their future career growth.

13. A workshop by BellCLAT Academy was organized in the school auditorium on 24
July 2018 for classes XI and XII to introduce them to legal perspectives of different law
firms. The workshop discussed effective means to get admission in law colleges. The exam
pattern of law entrance exam was also explained to the students. Students raised questions
to clear their doubts on various career options in Law. Students were given books related to
entrance tests, admissions deadlines and scholarship details from various
universities/colleges across India.

14. Our institution in collaboration with Google- India participated in ‘Code to Learn’
programme. Ms. Kanak, HoD (IT) trained students of the Middle wing to work on Scratch
Programming Language. Our students also participated in DOODLE - 4 - GOOGLE which
witnessed flashes of brilliance, bursts of creativity, and spurts of innovative thinking. This
year's theme for the doodle was ‘What inspires you’. Students brought their imagination to
life for the search engine giant’s logo by incorporating letters G-o-o-g-l-e using crayons,
water colours, and graphic designs. Students also participated in various IT competitions
like Pixavi, Digi Stroke, and Senate. Nitesh Chauhan and Muskan of class XI won the
second position in Senate.


15. A Three-day workshop on Phonetics was conducted by Ms. Neelam Shourie for
the Early Childhood Faculty wherein pedagogical approaches to enhance the reading and
speaking skills of the students. The teachers gave presentations on various language games
to introduce the phonic sounds and enhance the reading skills of the students.

16. On 26 July 2018, The Institute of Counsellor Training Research and Consultancy,
New Delhi organized a one-day National Summit of School Principals at IIC, New Delhi.
Ms. Richa Sharma, Principal-Morning Shift and Mrs. Vandana Baberwal-Principal Second
Shift attended this National Summit. In this programme, renowned academicians shared
their views on the academic system.

17. The Teachers of Senior Secondary wing attended various empowerment and CBSE
capacity building programmes for scholastic subjects (Maths, Accountancy, Social Science,
History, Hindi, English, and Business Studies) as follows:

1. Science IX – X 25 - 26 Ms. Seema Verma New Horizon
June School,
Humayun Tomb
2. English IX – X 27– 28 Ms. Renu Vamal Delhi Public
July Ms. Monica School, Mathura
Budhiraja Road
3. Hindi IX – X 20 – 21 Ms.Khushabu Kalka Public
August Srivastava School
Ms.Sunita Alaknanda
4. Commerce XI – XII 13 – 14 Ms.Saranga Lal Delhi Public
August Makhija School, Mathura

5. Political XI – XII 13 – 14 Ms. Swati Ahmed Venketeshwar
Science August International
School, Dwarka
6. Social IX – X 26– 27 Ms.Sangeeta Chawla Guru Harkishan
Science August Public School,
India Gate
7. History XI – XII 30– 31 Ms. Anandini Pathak Amity
August International
School, Gurgaon
8. Maths IX – X 19 – 20 Mr.Somvir Amrita
September Choudhary Vidyalayam,
Mr.Pardeep K Chauhan Pushp Vihar
9. English XII 12-13 Ms. Ankita Thagela Bharti Public
October School,

Swasthya Vihar,
New Delhi
10. Physics XII 8-9 October Ms. Aradhana Goel DPS, Gurugram

11. Business XII 30-31 Ms. Priyanka Kumar Cambridge
Studies October School,
New Delhi

12. Science X 29-30 Ms. Kamini Chauhan Bal Bhawan
October Public School,
Mayur Vihar
New Delhi

13. Inclusive Special 12-13 Ms. Shelly Tandon St. Thomas
Education Need October School, New
Children Delhi

18. On 17 July 2018, Mrs. Aradhana Goel, PGT (Physics) and two students of class-XI
Science participated in BVN IAPT Anveshika Workshop in Physics at Birla Vidya Niketan.


19. A training programme on Disaster Management for schools of south east district
was held at Tagore International School, East of Kailash on 27 July 2018. This programme
was attended by more than 40 schools of South East District of Delhi. The dignitaries
included Mr. Naveen, (District Magistrate South East), Mr. Rajeev (Additional District
Magistrate South East), Mr. Jagbeer Singh (District officer) and Mr. Ram Chandra,
Resource person for the programme. Mr Somvir Chaudhary and Ms Priyanka Chuttani
attended this programme. The Resource Persons discussed the types of disasters and the

do’s and don’ts in case of any disaster. They emphasized that a disaster management plan
should be prepared by every school and submitted to DOE and District Magistrate office.

20. On 14 September, 2018, Madhuban Publication organized a Hindi Workshop to
mark Hindi Diwas in association with FICCI in PHD Chamber of Commerce, August
Kranti Marg, New Delhi. Mrs. Khushabu Srivastava-PGT (Hindi) and Mrs. Shelly Tandon-
Asstt Teacher Primary attended this workshop. The workshop was inaugurated by Mr.
Ratnesh Jha, Chairman, FICCI Publishing Committee and MD Cambridge Unviersity
Press, Mr. S.R. Mohanty, Chairman, MP Board of Secondary Education and Ms.Rina Ray,
Secretary, Deptt of School Education & Literacy, Ministry of HRD, Govt of India. The
speakers highlighted the learning initiatives and capacity building role of the content
writers of books for children. More emphasis needs to be given on the use of technology in
learning and education. The teachers learnt how the content delivery within the classroom
is evolving, thus making innovation essential to enhance learning outcome. It basically
involves reaching out to every student. The speakers also discussed best learning practices
for the 21 Century learners.


21. Our Special Educators from Special Wing participated in CBSE Capacity
Building Programme organized by the CBSE on different subjects/topics as per the
details given below:

1. English IX – X 27 – 28 Mrs. Ashlekha Gupta – DPS,
July SN Wing Mathura
Mr. Prashant Kumar Road
Sahoo – HI Wing
2. Hindi IX – X 20 – 21 Mr. Jitendra Prasad – Kalka Public
August HI Wing School
Mrs. Arti Saluja – SN Alaknanda
3. S.Sc. IX – X 26 – 27 Ms. Priya Rathore – GHPS, India
August HI Wing Gate
4. Maths IX – X 19- 20 Mrs. Pooja Sethi – I/c Amrita
September HI Wing Vidyalayam
Pushp Vihar


22. On 6 September, the Faculty of Educators, Jamia Millia Islamia (TT & NFE)
organized the Teachers and Principals’ Meet in its campus. Prof. Sara Begum, Head of

Department-TT & NFE welcomed all the digitnataries and stated the objective of the meet.
It was to make the internship programme more comprehensive, inclusive and productive for
trainee teachers and as well as for the participating students. Dr. Bharti Sharma, Co-
ordinator of B.Ed. (1 Year) Programme spoke about the assignments of Observation given
to First Year B.Ed. trainee students. Dr. Mohd. Faijullah Khan discussed how all the 2
Year students of B.Ed. have to complete 18-week school education programme and to
prepare 60 Lesson Plans and 30 IEPs. Mrs. Chanchal Malhotra, I/C-SN Wing of our School
attended this meet.

23. From 12 to 17 September 2018, Chikushi University of Japan organized a one-week
Annual International Camp of Dousa-Hou (A Psycho Rehabilitation Technique for Cerebral
Palsied and Multiple Disabled) at Seri Mengasih Centre, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia.
Delegates from different countries of the world participated in this international camp. Mrs.
Arti Saluja, Special Educator from SN Wing and Mrs. Suman Yadav, Special Educator
from Second Shift attended this training camp.

4. 24. From 15 to 17 March 2018, our School in collaboration with the Lion Club organized
the Lion Quest Workshop for our teachers in the Savitri Devi Auditorium. 25 teachers
attended this workshop focusing on life skills related to class room, outside environment
and parental guidance.

25. On 13 October 2018, Mrs. Bina Chhabra & Mrs. Pooja Gulati, Asstt Teachers, Pre
Primary and two special educators, Ms. Sadhna Roy Chouhdary and Ms. Mridulanjali
Bhardwaj attended a workshop organized by Next Education on “Glide Over Challenge in
Pre School” which helped all the participants to expand their understanding of mindfulness
and how it can be used and taught.

26. From 01 June to 03 June 2018, a residential workshop for about 35 staff members
was organized by the School in the Auroville Ashram, Raiwala, Rishikesh, Uttrakhand. The
place was quite beautiful and peaceful. The idea was initiated by hon’ble Chairman with an
aim to take the staff away from the urban chaos, pollution, stress and noise. The workshop
sessions on different topics and subjects were conducted by Shri S. Regunathan, IAS
(Retd), Hon’ble Chairman-SMC, Mr. Udai Lauriya-CRISP Education and Ms Anu Vittal –
a motivational speaker. During this period, our staff members along with other residents
celebrated the birth anniversary of Swami Braham Dev with bhajans. Swami Braham Dev
also interacted with the staff members and also discussed various topics on life about soul
enlightenment. The staff members also attended the ‘Yoga Session’ and’ Meditation’ for
inner peace and positive energy. It was indeed a very memorable and enriching experience
for one and all.


27. Research shows that an inspiring and informed teacher is the most important school
related factor influencing achievement of the students. Ms. Ankita Thagela, Ms. Geetanjali
Fatima Masih and Ms.Rinku Sood attended a workshop organised by Ratna Sagar to impart
language instruction to learners of ESL on 24 March 2018. The workshop brainstormed
relevant issues and focused on challenges faced by teachers and learners. Ratna Sagar's
augmented reality application was also introduced to all the teachers.


28. Science Exhibition (DOE) was held at School of Excellence, Kalkaji on 11 and 12
November 2018. Many government as well as private schools participated in this event. The
main theme of the exhibition was ‘Scientific Solutions for Challenges in Life’. Pratyush and
Pooja of class V- B (Primary Wing) won the first prize and Nitesh and Mukesh from Class
XI- A won the fifth prize (Secondary Wing).


29. INTACH Heritage Education and Communication Service, which is working to
create awareness, especially among young people, about India’s natural, built and cultural
heritage organised Dastangoi Workshop focusing on Delhi’s culture and rich performing art
forms at Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage on 16 November 2018. The
workshop was attended by two students, Rahul Gupta from 8 B and Nishchay Chauhan from
9 B. They were accompanied by Ms. Mariam Francis, Social Science teacher.


30. On 31 October 2018, Mr. Tanoy Raj Bhattacharya, attended a Workshop
organized by Macmillan Education on ‘CPA – Concrete Pictorial Abstract Approach’.
The resource person was Mr. Syed. They also provided e-books to the students.


31. On 20 November, a hands on workshop in association with Space India was
organized for 111 Students from Class III- VIII (General & Special Wing) in the School
Auditorium by the Astronomy Club of our school. This workshop introduced students to
the possibility of life on Mars. It was intriguing to think how we could look for life through
a machine called “ROVER” (A rover is a space exploration vehicle designed to move
across the surface of a planet or other celestial body).


32. Times of India organized PRINCIPALS’ MEET on the topic “HOW TO

attended by Ms. Sonali Bharadwaj, Ms. Anita Sharma and Ms. Achamma Abraham from the
Second Shift. TOI Vice President Mr. Vineet Jain welcomed the speakers and the sponsors
after the ceremonial lamp lighting.

The national editor NIE Ms. Poonam Singh spoke on ‘Fears of Different Kinds’ and
gave various anecdotes on the subject. Ms. Pooja Anand from Indo-German health, spoke on
the importance of ‘smile and meditation’ to handle the emotions well. The meet concluded
with Dr. Surkshit Goswami – the yoga guru who gave meditation techniques and simple
exercises to overcome various mental and physical ailments.


33. From 04 to 06 December 2016, International Summit on ‘Adolescent Life Skills,
Values, Gender and School Wellbeing-2018’ was conducted at India Islamic Cultural
Centre, New Delhi. Mrs. Swastika Banerjee, PGT (Biology) was invited as ‘Honourable
Judge and Guest of Honour’ for ‘The Myriad - Global School Health Exhibtiion, held on 05
December 2018.


34. A Professional Enrichment Programme was organized by Commerce Teachers’
Foundation on 07 July 2018 at Rukmini Devi Public School, Pitampura. The topic of the
workshop was “Recent Changes in the Curriculum of Accountancy”. Moderated by C.A.
(Dr.) G.S. Grewal, the session focused on recent changes in the syllabus of class XII
Accountancy. Also various clarifications as given by CBSE were discussed at length. This
Workshop was attended by Ms. Saranga Lal and Ms Priyanka.


35. Renewable Energy India Expo organised by UBM India was a three day event. It was
held from 18 September to 20 September 2018 at the India Expo Centre and Mart in Greater
Noida, India. This event showcased products from Solar, Wind, Bio-mass/fuel, Small
Hydro, Geothermal and Energy Efficiency Sectors in the Power & Renewable Energy, Solar
Energy industries. Renewable Energy India Expo intends to accelerate the growth of India’s
Renewable Energy sector and contribute to the country’s sustainable economic
development. Mr Somvir Chaudhary (TGT Maths) visited the exhibition.


36. On 16 February 2018, the school made all the requisite arrangements to show the
live telecast of hon’ble Prime Minster’s– Pariksha Pe Charcha to students of Class IX and
X. On 19 February 2018, the recorded programme was shown to all the members of the


37. Our students visited Radio Fever 104 FM studio to celebrate 72 years of India’s
Independence where they sang patriotic songs to spread the message of love, peace, and
harmony. The event gave an opportunity to the students to learn the myriad ways in which
media can have a positive impact on the society. The students also got a chance to discover
the evolution of the technology that governs radio and how it is used effectively for the
welfare of the masses.


38. Our School organized various activities to mark the 29 Road Safety Week to
spread awareness among students about the key issues related to Road Safety, from 23 to 30
April 2018, as per the directives issued by the Directorate of Education, Govt of NCT of
Delhi. Various activities on ‘Road Safety’ were organized during this week for different
classes in Primary and Senior Wings like Workshop on Factual Description, Story Writing,
Inter House Debate, Poem recitation, Drawing Competition and ‘Talk’ during the Morning
Assembly by Mrs. Shikha Mahajan on simple rules for Road Safety. Paintings were
displayed during the PTM in the Primary Wing.


39. On 25 April 2018, the School in collaboration with Pranjana – an NGO headed by
Rtn R.K. Sinha and Mrs. Vandana Sinha welcomed Ms Supriya Joshi, a professional singer
in the Savitri Devi Auditorium. Ms. Joshi gave information about various Ragas to the
students. She presented beautiful melodious songs for the students and teachers. Hon’ble
Chairman-SMC Shri S. Regunathan, IAS (Retd), Former Chief Secreatary, NCT of Delhi
graced the occasion.


40. On 26 April 2018, students of class 4 A presented a Nukkad Naatak depicting the
importance of Mathematics in our daily life under the guidance of their teacher Mrs. Shelly
Tandon, during the morning assembly. It was a very good show in which young students of
Primary Wing brought Mathematics to life with their performance and creativity and gave

the message that “Mathematics is not about numbers, equations, computation or algorithms,
it’s all about understanding.


41. On 25 April, 2018, our Scool in collaboration with National Abilympics Assocation
of India, organized the Regional Abilympic Assessment Camp in our School. Our thirty-one
students from Special Wing (14 SN & 17 HI) participated in the various events like
Computer (13 SN & 7 HI), Art & Craft (1-SN & 10 HI), Waste Reuse (3-HI) and Water
Colour Painting (8-HI). During this camp our students participated in Painting, Waste
Reuse, and Computer Competitions.


42. The Valedictory Ceremony (2017-2018) and Installation Ceremony (2018-19) of the
Interact Club of our institution was conducted on 25 August 2018 in the school auditorium.
The ceremony commenced with the National Anthem followed by the Lighting of the
Lamp. The President with all the Interactors pledged to uphold the 4-way test.
Distinguished Rotarians and guests were welcomed with planters, by the school Principal.
The Annual report was presented by the outgoing President Abhay Rawat.

Outgoing Interactors were given certificates and badges were pinned to the new
Interactors. Motivational songs and skit on 'Save Trees' by the students enthralled the
audience. The ’Best out of Waste’ models were well appreciated by the Rotarians for their
innovation and creativity. The Chief Guest Rotarian Mr. Ajeet Jalan, Rotarian Dr. Amita
and Guest of Honour, Mr. Gaurav Ahuja addressed the gathering with their inspiring words.
The token of appreciation was presented by the Rotarian Mr. Narender Bhasin. The
ceremony concluded with a vote of thanks, by the Secretary Komal. Master Nitesh Chauhan
of class XI bagged ADIR post of District /Zonal Interact Training organized on 26 July
2018 at Sanskriti School.


43. A Campaign against Body Shaming was organised by the Interact Club to discuss
the harmful effects related to body-based bullying. It is said that one in seven teens, and
40% of 11 and 12 year-olds, are teased about their appearance, making body-based bullying
the most common form of bullying in today’s schools.

Interactors introduced the ways in which culture and media can contribute by
focusing on the negative effects. Bodyshaming badly affects students' health, happiness and
self-image. The aim is to build strategies for nurturing healthy self-esteem in themselves
and in others while celebrating our natural physical diversity.


44. The Planet Saviours of the Interact Club have launched a year long campaign to
make our school campus Plastic free. Every student and staff member has to be polybag
free. They have made cloth bags from old Tee shirts for the staff and students for replacing
the polybags. Names of those whose homes are polybag free will be uploaded on the school
website, under the caption, “Mr......., wishes well for my World.” The campaign is
encouraging students and teachers to change their plastic lunch boxes from plastic to


45. The Department of Science & Technology (DST) is implementing a national
program ‘Innovation in Science Pursuit for Inspired Research (INSPIRE)’ for attracting
talented young students to study Science, pursue a career in Research and promote creative
thinking that fosters a culture of innovation among them.

Delhi State Level Exhibition and Project Competition (Slepc)-2018 was held at

Science and TV Branch Complex on 13 and 14 September 2018. Master Gaurav Kumar
(XII) displayed his model with an innovative concept of railway sleepers made from
used/waste plastic bottles. His concept was well appreciated by judges.


46. From 14 to 16 November 2018, the Directorate of Education, Govt of NCT of
Delhi organized the Central Level Science Exhibition in Govt Co-Ed Sr Sec School , Sec-5,
R.K. Puram, New Delhi. Master Pratyush Tiwari and Km. Puja Dey of V B participated in
this event under Junior Category. Their Model was selected for State Level Competition.
Both the participants got trophies and certificates.


47. Our institution has joined the National Safety Science Campaign to promote and
improve the safety culture in India. Children have become the safety ambassadors with an
agenda where they will get many opportunities to participate in activities that would
generate awareness about topics such as electrical, road, fire, cyber, environment and food
safety. The students of Safety Science Club participated in an online Safety Science Quiz
held during the month of September.


48. The Environment club celebrated ‘Prakriti Mahotsav’, a drive initiated by CBSE
wherein 11 trees of native species were planted by the students in the school campus to
make the campaign ‘Mission Green Schools’ a success. Under a programme organized at
the Indian Centre for Plastic in Environment, students made audio-visual presentations on

harmful effects of Plastics to generate awareness and explored various ways to deal with
this menace. The Eco Club students actively joined the tree plantation drive organized by
the Government of NCT Delhi. Shri Saurabh Bhardawaj, MLA encouraged the students
who planted trees at the Jahapanah city forest and requested them to become the
guardians of the sapling till they become a tree. Herbal Garden is yet another initiative of
the Eco club in association with ‘Talk to Me’ project. Students are involved in research of
medicinal and aromatic plants closely associated with health care, cuisine, traditions, and
culture. Aloe Vera, Lavender, Lemongrass, Basil, Marua, Ginger, Wheatgrass, Ajwain etc
were planted in the pots. The initiative would help students, teachers, and families learn
about, and recognise the importance of the herbal plants that are part of our everyday life.

TALK TO ME…Let us talk English. Let us talk Empowerment

49. ‘Talk to me’ is an initiative which aims at improving both conversational English
and social skills of young people with limited exposure to the rapidly changing world. The
uniqueness of this initiative is that teaching is conducted via smartphones. The mentors
converse with their mentees for a minimum of two hours a week at mutually convenient
time. The students and their parents were counselled on the same. Each student was given
a mentor who was responsible for his or her weekly sessions.


50. Hindi Diwas was celebrated on 14 September with great enthusiasm by all sections
in our school. Shri Ram Avtar Berwa, Programme Director All India Radio graced the
occasion as the Hon’ble Chief Guest and Group Capt. Bahri was the Guest of Honour.
Various activities such as slogan writing, advertisement making, poem and couplet
recitation of great Hindi poets were organized to commemorate the day to celebrate our
National Language Day. An e-newsletter ‘SRIJAN’ was released by the senior wing Hindi
faculty and students to highlight the importance of Hindi language and pay tribute to the
legendary poet, Bharat Ratan Late Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee.

51. On 17 November 2018, Servants of the People Society & Balvantray Mehta Vidya
Bhawan Sr Sec School celebrated Lala Lajpat Rai’s Martyrdom Day in Lajpat Bhawan,
Lajpat Nagar, New Delhi. Our students presented patriotic song, skit on Lala Lajpat Rai and
a Classical Kathak Dance by CWSN. Our students received standing ovation from the
audience for their excellent performance.


52. Our School celebrated the ‘International Day of Persons with Disabilities’ in the
Savitri Devi Auditorium on 03 December 2018. Director-cum-Manager welcomed Mrs.
Seema Khaitan, Chairman – Inner Wheel Club of Delhi Mid Town and other Members who
graced the occasion. He also applauded the contribution of Special Educators, Professionals

and Vocational Instructors of the school who are making the special need children of our
school rehabilitated in their life.

The main attraction of the programme was that Master ARYAN SAXENA of Class –
X SN and Km. TULSI of Class – XII HI jointly conducted the programme very well in
English and Hindi respectively. Nukkad Natak on Corruption, Fashion Show, Beautiful
Dance by Tiny Tots, Melodious Qawali and Lively Bhangra presented by the CWSN were
the highlights of the cultural programme. Interactors of the school also presented a skit
which was appreciated by one and all present. Mrs. Geeta Mallick, HOD – IE / AO
highlighted a few success stories of the special need children (SN & HI) who have done well
at International and National level. Mrs. Seema Khaitan addressed the students and
congratulated everybody for the wonderful work being done by our school in the field of
disability for the all round development of the special need children.


53. Mr. Sneh Kesari, CEO- Astrophile Education conducted an ISS EarthKAM
workshop in our institution wherein students from classes VI-VIII learnt how EarthKAM
(Earth Knowledge Acquiring Mission) is operated by the University of California, San
Diego, and NASA field centres.

The main objective of the workshop was to show how Space Sciences have a
positive and beneficial impact on everyday life. On 25 September 2018 a ‘Hands-On’
experience workshop in association with Space India was organized wherein students of
the Astronomy Club were introduced to the idea of rockets as a space vehicle and how
different parts of the rocket function. They made their own model of a rocket, using simple
things like a plastic bottle, paper, clay etc. Primary students made “STOMP ROCKETS”
and secondary students made their own “HYDRO ROCKETS” which were launched in the
school grounds.

The objective of the programme was to make students understand the concepts of
rocketry. They also learnt to work in a team and interact with peers. It was a great STEM
activity (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths) which has helped our students in
inculcating spirits of teamwork and leadership along with critical thinking skills and logical
reasoning skill.


54. With the objective of developing leadership qualities, including survival skills and
instilling a sense of adventure in the students, our students participated in an ‘Adventure
camp’ organized during the month of November in our school grounds. Various team
games, Rappelling, Burma Bridge, Wall Climbing, Commando Net, Zorb Roller Target
Games etc. were a part of the programme. Over 500 students from the Pre-Primary and

Primary wing participated in the camp with loads of zeal and enthusiasm and displayed
tremendous confidence, determination, will power and vigour.


55. INTACH (Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage) organised the
prestigious INTACH Heritage Quiz 2018 for schools in India based on Indian Heritage and
Culture. Our students participated in the quiz held on 27 August 2018 at India International
Centre wherein they got an excellent opportunity to explore the vast ocean of history and to
expand their horizon.


56. On 27 and 28 November 2018, students of classes VII and VIII participated in
different competitions organized to mark the World Heritage Week at Sundar Nursery,
New Delhi. Our students got second and third position in Drawing Competition and second
position in Quiz.


57. A general knowledge test by Bharat Vikas Parishad was organized by the Hindi
Department for the students to increase their awareness about the distinctive features of our
country and culture.


58. On 07 September 2018, our school in collaboration with TERI conducted the Green
Olympiad-2018 in which 139 students from classes IV to X participated.


59. Swachh Bharat Abhiyan was launched by Honourable Prime Minister Narendra
Modi to achieve the dreams of Mahatma Gandhi. Under the Swachhata Pakhwada, an
initiative of Govt. of India, BMVB ASMA carried out a cleanliness drive. The following
activities were organised to promote this initiative. students and teachers took a Pledge on
the maintenance of cleanliness. Children spoke about Swachhata in the morning assembly.
Student’s Council held a meeting to highlight the importance of cleanliness and sanitation
among all. Separate blue and green colour dustbins are kept in the school premises.
Students were made to understand the classification of wastes. They were asked to reuse
the waste materials to curb environmental problems.

A painting competition was held in the school for classes 1 to 5 to inculcate the
value of cleanliness in students. An essay writing competition was also organised for
students of classes 6 to 8 and 9 to 12 separately on cleanliness and hygiene practices in
schools. Students were taught the proper methods and importance of hand washing by their

respective class teachers. An audio visual programme was organised to motivate students
and teachers for maintaining cleanliness. Various hygiene practices were explained to the
students in detail. They were made to realize the importance of personal hygiene. Various
photos and slogans on the importance of cleanliness were displayed in the school premises.
Students were taught the methods of storing safe drinking water.

‘Swachhta Hi Seva’ was also launched in our school to promote cleanliness and
spread the message of Shramdaan. Students of classes 3 to 5 participated in the Hand
Washing Campaign. The students of class 8 and special needs children were encouraged to
write postcards to honourable Prime Minister describing their contribution and efforts in
promoting cleanliness and proper sanitation methods. Prizes were distributed on 14
September 2018, to the prize winners.


60. On 24 September, a team of Trainee Students/Teachers of D.Ed. Programme in Hearing
Impairement of Ali Yavar Jung National Institute of Hearing Impaired, New Delhi visited
our school to see and learn about the practical implementation and methodology of teaching
and training of hearing impaired children in an Inclsuive/Integrated set up. They visited the
HI Wing and very much impressed to see the Speech Therapy Unit, Communication Lab,
Smart Classes and Language Lab.


61. On 15 September 2018, Ms. Anu Vittal, a renowed motivational speaker and author
visited the Special Wing along with Mr. Aman Mehra.They were very impressed to see the
practical implementation of Inclusive Education and training of CWSN.


62. On 13 August 2018, a team comprising the Vice President – CSR from Himachal
Futuristic Communication Limited, Masjid Moth, New Delhi organized various
campetitions for CWSN on the occasion of the 72 Independence Day. They also
distributed gifts to the CWSN. They were very happy to see the education and vocational
training of CWSN in an inclusive set up and offered financial assistance to our CWSN-
students and school under the CSR Initiative.


63. On 28 September 2018, a team of trainee students of B.Ed. Programme in the field of
Mental Retardation from NIEPD, NOIDA visted our school to see and learn about the
practical implementation and methodology of training of Intellectually Disabled Students.


64. On 24 March 2018, the School observed the ‘Earth Hour’ and all lights were
switched off for an hour at night.


65. In the summer vacation the school trained about 250 students of both the wings –
General and Special in various Sports and Games,Yoga, Music, Dance, Computers, Art &
Craft and Beauty Therapy. On 31 May, a brief cultural programme was presented by the
children in the Savitri Devi Auditorium. The Director addressed the students and their
parents and appreciated their whole hearted participation in various hobby classes organized
during the month of May.


66. We are pleased to inform you that the one of our students Master Nitesh Chauhan of
XI A and one teacher Mrs. Harpreet Kaur, TGT (Maths) attended the District / Zonal
Interact Training Seminar organized by Rotary Club Dist 3011 at 09.00 a.m. onwards on 23
April 2018 and Master Nitesh Chauhan got selected as DIT of the Interact Club.


67. Our school inaugurated its maiden Intra School Model United Nations Conference on
01 and 02 November. The conference provided a great platform to the students for
exploring and understanding the global concerns and challenges. It encouraged them to
question and deliver their first oration on such a grand forum. The two-day event was
marked with substantial research, questioning, debates, collaborations, heated discussions
and arguments along with consensus, collaboration and resolution.


68. Commerce Fest was orgaganised on 1 December by the Commerce Department.
Class XII students coined the term FEBA for the fest which stands for ‘Fest of Economics,
Business Studies and Accountancy’. The Fest was sponsored by Power 2 SME, Mango
Furniture, In-Time Computeronics, Rajasthan Sarees, Uniworld Parcel, Garg Garments and
Malik Enterprises. Various activities like Sustainable Packaging, Ad Mad and Virtual Stock
Exchange were organised.


69. Science Fiesta was organized on 07 December in the school. The students of both the
wings participated with immense interest and enthusiasm in the activities like Quiz, Poster
making, Show and Tell competition, Mask Making, Best out of Waste, Role Play, Science

Toys, Science News Board, Collage, Science Rhymes, Classroom Speaking, Science
Exhibition and Science Debate.


70. The English Department of the school celebrated the literary fest- ‘Melange’ on 21
December. The occasion provided a platform to the students of class I- XI to showcase their
oratory and presentation skills. The students participated in a host of activites viz Action
Song, Poetry Recitation, Skits, Story Telling, Debates and Group Discussions. A colourful
and informative exhibition of book jackets, posters on women empowerment, and
‘Shakespeare’ was also put up.


71. The Computer Department organized ‘TECHNOBUZZ-2018’ on 05 December
wherein students participated in Movie Making, Model Making, Scratch Programming,
Designing of magazine cover page in Photoshop, PPT on the topic ‘Networking’, Debate on
“Will Artificial Intelligence Surpass Human Intelligence?”, and a Play on the latest IT


72. The birth anniversary of Shri S. Ramanujan, renowned Mathematician was
celebrated on 22 December. The Primary section organised Maths activities in the Savitri
Devi auditorium. Various classroom activities like Poster making, greeting cards, toys and
collages were organised for classes VI to IX. On 24 December, an Inter House Skit
competition was held for students of class VI to VIII.


73. Our School in association with Wishes & Blessings organized a Painting Competition
on the topic ‘Happiness’ in our school on 26 April. About 100 students from both the wings
(General and Special) participated in this event. Twenty Four students (8 from SN Wing, 8
from HI Wing and 8 from General Wing) were given first, second, third and consolation


74. Four students from Special Section (2 from SN Wing & 2 from HI Wing) participated
in Junior and Senior Categories in the Annual Computer Festival 2018 held on 27 April. It
was organized by the Very Special Arts, India. Under the guidance of Mrs. Vasvi Verma
Meena, Computer Teacher, the HI students presented a PPT on Global Warming and

secured the first position and the SN students who participated in the ‘Draw the Scenery in
MS Paint’ event and got the second position.


75. Three students from General Wing and two students from Special Wing participated
in various activities like Recitation – English, Hindi, Sanskrit and Drawing Competition
held in the Munshi Memorial Inter School Competition-2018 organized by Bhartiya Vidya
Bhawan’s Mehta Vidyalaya, K.G. Marg, New Delhi on 27 April 2018. We are happy to
mention that Km. Chandrakala of Class-VII (HI) won the second prize in the Senior Group
and Nancy of class HI from Junior Group won consolation prize in the Drawing


76. Students from General wing participated in different Zonal Level Competitions
organized by the Directorate of Education, Govt of NCT of Delhi. Our students brought
laurels to the school in following activities: -

a) ENGLISH DECLAMATION - Master Nitesh Chauhan of class XI bagged the first
prize in Zonal Level English Declamation.
b) SCIENCE EVENTS - First Prize in Zonal Level Science Exhibition- Primary Wing
Third Prize in Zonal Level Science Drama, Akshat of class 8 A got the medal for Best
c) MUSIC-GROUP SONG – Our school won the first prize in patriotic group song
competition held at Zonal Level.


77. Very Special Arts India organized the Candle Decoration, Painting Competition and
Creative Table Setting Competitions for children with special needs on 24 February. Four
hearing impaired students participated in Candle Deocration and Table Setting Competition.
Our students won the first prize in Table Setting Competition and second position in Candle


78. National Abilympic Assocation of India-NAAI and Sarthak Educational Trust, New
Delhi organized the North Zone Regional Abilympics at J.S.S. Academy of Technical
Education, Noida on 29 and 30 June. Fifteen students from SN Wing participated in four
different skills of Art & Craft and Information Technology. Km. Simran Kaur of class-XII
(HI) won a Gold Medal for making a beautiful ‘Table’ in the event of Waste Reuse.


79. On 14 October, Mrs. Neelam Shourie, TGT attended the ADHD OPEN DAY at Life
Care Clinic, G.K. II Enclave. Dr. Deepak Gupta, Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist and
Consultant from Sir Ganga Ram Hospital spoke on ‘ADHD-Understanding & Management.’


80. It gives us immense pleasure to mention that 145 students of our school participated in
the International English Olympiad held on 24 October and won 12 gold, 5 silver and 6
bronze medals. Mohd Shahyan of class I won gifts worth Rs 1000 and Zonal gold medal.


81. Two special need students participated in Confluence-Jambooree 2018, an Inter
School Competition organized by Air Force Golden Jubilee Institute, Subroto Park, Delhi on
03 May. They participated in ‘Type Master’ and ‘Power Wizard’ events and Master
Simranjeet got first prize in Power Wizard.


82. The Indian Sign Language Research and Training Centre (ISLRTC) organised ‘First
Sign language Competition’ in Pravasi Bhartiya Kendra, Chanakyapuri on 23 September.
Our school sent videos for different categories – Mimicry, Story, Essay and Jokes etc. Shri
Krishan Pal Gurjar, Hon’ble Minister of State, Social Justice and Empowerment was the
Chief Guest. Our school presented the Rajasthani dance and Mime show, which were
appreciated by all. Four students from HI section participated in the first ISL competition. In
the essay writing competition Km. Shweta Bhatia got the second prize, Km. Varsha got the
third prize and Master Karan got the fourth prize. Master Mayank Kotecha got the third
prize in the Jokes Competition.


83. Ten students participated in branch level patriotic group song competition which was
organized by Bharat Vikas Parishad on 08 October at Kalka public school. Fifteen teams
participated in this competition. Our school got second position.


84. Students participated in district level patriotic group song competition which was
organized by Directorate of Education on 15 October at GSR SKV Defence Colony. Six
winning teams of different zones participated and our school got the first position.


85. On 30 and 31 October, BOCCE STATE GAMES – 2018 were organized by Special
Olympic Bharat at Asha AWWA Special School, Brar Square, Delhi Cantt. Eight students
from Special Wing participated in this event and won 8 silver medals.


86. From 19 to 24 November 2018, National Floor Hockey – Male was organized by
Special Olympics Bharat at Patiala, Punjab. Master Keshav Chauhan from SN Wing
participated in this event and won a gold medal.


87. From 19 to 24 November 2018, National Floor Hockey – Female was organized by
Special Olympics Bharat at Kollam, Kerala. Km. Anjali from SN Wing participated in this
event and won the gold medal.


88. From 25 to 30 November 2018, Floor Ball Championship – Female was organized
by Special Olympics Bharat at Haridwar, Uttrakhand. Km. Riya Punn participated in this and
won silver medal.


89. On 5 December, Akshay Utsav-2018 was organized by Akshay Pratishthan in its
premises. Our students from Special Wing participated in it and presented a Nukkad Natak
on Corruption which was appreciated by every one.


90. On 7 & 8 December, Mrs. Ashlekha Gupta, Special Educator attended a two days
Master Trainer Training at India Habitat Cetnre, New Delhi. It was organized by SCPwD in
collaboration with NSDC and British Council of India, New Delhi.


91. “Global IT Challenge for Youth with Disabilities (GITC), 2018” was held in New
Delhi from 8 to 11 November. GITC is held every year in the Asia-Pacific region. This
competition is organised in four categories of Disabilities namely, Physical, Visual, Hearing
and Intellectual. GITC 2018 was inaugurated on Friday, 9 November by the Minister of State
for Social Justice and Empowerment, Krishan Pal Gurjar in the presence of Ms. Shakuntala
D.Gamlin (Secretary of DEPwD), Ms. Dolly Chakravarty (Joint Secretary and Director of

ISLRTC) and Kim Ki Wan (Managing Director LG Electronics). This three days event was
organized by DEPwD, Ministery of Social Justice and Empowerment, Govt of India in
association with Rehabilitation International Korea.

The objective of the event is to leverage IT Skills among youth and to spread
awareness about the applications of information and computer technology in enhancing the
quality of life of persons with disabilities. Two students, Mayank Kotecha and Keshav from
Hearing Impaired category of our School participated in these competitions and performed
very well. Both of them were appreciated for their achievements by Director of DEPwD, Shri
K V S Rao. Our school also presented a Dance performance on 10 November on eve of the
Gala Dinner, which was witnessed by many esteemed personalities like Shri Thaawar Chand
Gehlot, Union Minister for Social Justice and Empowerment, Dr. Uma Tuli, Founder of Amar
Jyoti Charitable Trust, Mr. Hyn-Don Bae, Advisor on ICT Development of National IT
Industry Promotion Agency, Korea, Mr Jang-woo Kwon, Chief of the Technical Committee
of GITC, Mr. Nagesh Kumar, Director of Social Development Division, UNESCAP and Mrs.
Geeta Mallick, HOD-IE were present to encourage our children.



92. We are very happy to share that our School has been adjudged and selected as Winner
in the Enabler Category – Inclusive Schools for The Nipman Foundation Microsoft Equal
Opportunity Award 2018 in an independent survey conducted by the Nipman Foundation
Microsoft. On 16 November, Director-cum-Manager and Mrs. Geeta Mallick, HOD-IE/AO
received this prestigious award from Mr. Hardeep Puri, Hon’ble Minister of State – Housing
and Urban Affairs, Govt of India in New Delhi. Gp.Capt. Bahri and Mrs. Geeta Mallick were
honoured to receive this award and shared the rich legacy and tradition to make CWSN self
reliant in their lives through education and vocational training. The Director stated that the
School Management under the dynamic leadership of Shri S.Regunathan, IAS (Retd), Former
Chief Secretary, Govt of NCT of Delhi is committed to provide value based quality education
to all without any discrimination to make our children Good Human Beings. He gave credit
for this Award to the hard work, dedication and devotion of the entire team of staff members
of the School. He stated that the vision of our Chairman is to set up more Inclusive Schools in
every state of India under the aegis of Servants of the People Society.


93. The National Achievers Recognition Forum, New Delhi in an independent survey,
awarded Gp.Capt.S.C. Bahri, Director, the NATIONAL ACHIEVERS AWARD-2018 for his
excellent contribution in the field of education and training of CWSN in an Inclusive
Environment. On 7 December, in a glittering Award Ceremony held in the Constitutional
Club of India during the National Seminar on “Individual Achievements Intellectual

Excellence & National Development”, Mrs. Geeta Mallick, HOD-IE received the award on
behalf of the Director from Mr. Abhijeet Mukhjeree, Member of Parliament. It was indeed an
honour for all of us.


94. On 17 December, the Inner Wheel Club of Delhi Mid Town felicitated five ex special
need children of our School who have done well in their lives. Mrs. Geeta Mallick, HOD-
IE/AO along with Ms. Priya Rathore, Special Educator and five student – Km. Chetna
Mishra, Km. Sangeeta Joshi, Master Sagar Bhatt, Master Mayank Kotecha and Master
Keshav Tiwari attended this Award Ceremony at Leela Hotel, Gurugram. Ms. Preeti Gugnani
– District Chairman, Inner Wheel Club gave away the prizes to the winners. All five students
received a Cash Award of Rs.11,000/- as prize money alongwith gifts. It was indeed a proud
moment for our students and the School.


95. Bharat Vikas Parishad presented Guru Vandan Chattra Abhinandan Award to students
and teachers on 12 September. The function started with lighting of the traditional lamp,
followed by a prayer. Teachers Mrs. Swati Ahmed-PGT(Pol Sc), Mrs. Pooja Gulati-Asstt
Teacher Pre Primary, Mr. Somvir Choudhary-TGT(Maths), Mrs. Ashlekha Gupta-Special
Educator, Mrs. Sunita Kulshreshtha-Special Educator, Mrs. Archana Bhati-Special Educator-
Second Shift, Mrs.Preeti Arora-I/c Primary Wing-Second Shift and Mrs. Soma Ghosh,
TGT(Eng)-Second Shift received the Vishishta Shikshika/Shikshak Samman. Thirteen
outstanding students from both the shifts and Special Wing were also honoured. Mrs. Shashi
Azad, National Secretary, National Body-Bharat Vikas Parishad spoke on the importance of
Guru Vandana as per Gurukuls in the history and presented the symbolic representation of the

The students took an oath to respect their elders, abstain from tobacco and alcohol and
to protect their motherland and its culture. Director-cum-Manager congratulated the young
minds and commended the efforts of teachers and parents in ensuring the overall development
of the students. Bharat Vikas Parishad presented Shawls as token of respect to Ms. Richa
Sharma-Principal MS and Mrs. Vandana Baberwal-Principal SS for their outstanding
involvement in upgradation of the school.


96. It is heartening to mention that Km. Sangeeta Bisht, Zonal Interact Representative of
Rotary International District 3011 for the Rotary Year 2016-17 of our school was awarded by
Rotary Club with a certificate for her significant contribution in the various activities
conducted by the Rotary Club.


97. Samadhan NGO organized Exhibition of Paintings made by Persons with Intellectual

Disability on 28 February. The three Best Art Works of our school were sent for the All India
level Competition. One painting got third prize, a shield and cash prize of Rs.2000 and two
paintings got merit certificates.


98. Bharat Vikas Parishad organized a Programme for Disabled in Arya Samaj Mandir,
G.K.-II, New Delhi on 4 February. Five students (three from HI Wing and two from SN
Wing) attended this event and were awarded scholarships by the Bharat Vikas Parishad.


99. Delhi Assocation for the Deaf Women organized various competitions at Sahitya Sadan,
Gole Market, New Delhi on 10 February. Eighteen hearing impaired students participated in
different events and won 11 medals with three first positions, four second positions and four
third positions.


100. Volleyball National Coaching Camp was organized by Special Olympics Bharat at
Sports Authorites of India Campus, Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh from 15 to 20 January.
About 98 athletes and 30 coaches from different states participated in this camp. Two students
of Special Section Master Aman – SN Wing and Master Chandrabhan – HI Wing along with
our PET Mr.Vijay Kumar attended this Coaching Camp. Selected atheletes will participate in
World Summer Games-2019 at Abu Dhabi.


101. On 08 April, the 4 RUN 4 CAUSE (a race to fight against disability) was organized
by Dr. Lal Singh’s Foundation at Nehru Park, Chanakya Puri, New Delhi. Twenty five
CWSN participated in this event and they all got a T Shirt each. The following special need
children won medals and cash prizes:-

a) Eric Yasurajan 1 Gold + Rs.10,000/- cash
b) Kuljeet Singh 1 Silver + Rs.7,500/- cash prize

c) Mehak 1 Bronze + Rs.2,500/- cash
d) Simmi 1 Bronze + Rs.2,500/- cash prize


102. The Physical Education Department organized the National Sports Day on 29 August in
our school grounds to mark the birth anniversary of the sports legend Dhyan Chand Singh, the
hockey player who won gold medals in Olympics for India in the years 1928, 1934 and 1936.
Inter Class Volleyball matches (senior), athletics (juniors), and tug-of-war were the highlights
of the day. The programme ended with a tug-of-war between senior staff and students. The
aim of this endeavour was to spread awareness about the role sports play in an individual’s
life and motivate students to build a healthy society.


103. On 01 and 02 September, Special Olympic Bharat in association with Lions club
organized the 1 International Unified Girls Netball Tournament at Rajiv Gandhi Indoor
Stadium, Uppalam, Pondicherry. Km. Yashika Bhatt, a student from SN Wing participated in
this tournament as the Captain of the Team and won the gold medal. Our school also won the
Best of Tournament and the Best Player Trophy.


104. Our students from both General Wing and Special Wing enthusiastically participated in
a host of sports events organized at State, Inter Zonal and Inter School levels. We swell with
pride to mention that they won 101 Gold medals, 64 Silver medals and 73 Bronze medals. In
Zonal Primary Athletics Meet organized by Directorate of Education, our budding athletes
won 18 Gold, 19 Silver and 15 Bronze medals. In another Zonal Athletic Meet(Senior
Secondary) organized by Directorate of Education, our students won 4 Gold, 6 Silver and 18
Bronze medals. The Taekwondo teamscored resounding victories and proved themselves to
be masters of martial art as they won 28 Gold, 16 Silver and 17 Bronze medals in a multitude
of Taekwondo championships hosted by Delhi Taekwondo Association and Ministry of Youth
Affairs and Sports. Our Basketball players proved their mettle by participating in Basket Ball
National Championship organized by Special Olympics Bharat and clinched a Gold medal.
Our students got the first position and won Championship Trophy in Volley Ball Senior Boys
Championship. Our students excelled in other sports too and won 9 trophies. The
achievements of our students of Special Wing need special mention as they brought laurels to
the school by winning 51 Gold, 23 Silver and 23 Bronze medals in Delhi Games and Delhi
Silent Games for the Deaf. The momentous occasion came for us when our Volley Ball team
qualified for Inter Zonal Semi Finals. The Directorate of Education hosted volley ball zonals
for boys and girls in our school. The proudest moment came when Master Shubham Gulliya
of class XII got selected for the national team and represented Delhi at school national games.


105. Servants of the People Society (Delhi) organized ‘Fun Mela’ in aid of special need
children at Balvantray Mehta Vidya Bhawan Anguridevi Shersingh Memorial Academy on
Sunday, the 21 January 2018 from 1100 hrs. to 1900 hrs. Shri Saurabh Bhardwaj, MLA-
Greater Kailash inaugurated the Fun Mela. Shri Vasu M, CAO-SOPS (Delhi) and Shri Satya
Paul-Senior Member, SOPS also graced the occasion. Gp.Capt.(Retd) S C Bahri, Director-
cum-Manager welcomed all the dignitaries. He stated that the aim of organizing this Fun Mela
was to have social interaction with parents and raise funds for the welfare of special need
children. The Director sought help from Delhi Govt for release of grant for the education and
training of children with special needs (CWSN). The sounds of cymbals, drums etc of the
fanfare and musical revelry permeated the sunny winter morning. Camaraderie and gaiety
marked the celebrations. Games, joy rides and eatable stalls were packed with students,
parents and visitors. Colourful integrated bhangra by the students was the highlight of the
Fun Mela. Shri Saurabh Bhardwaj applauded the efforts of the Management and all the staff
members of the school. He also assured that the Delhi Govt would help the school in the
matter of grant for CWSN. An Inter-School ‘ On-The-Spot-Drawing & Painting Competition’
sponsored by Luxor Pen Company and Boogie Woogie Dance Competition were also
organised during the Fun Mela. In the evening, the Raffle Draw for the participants was held.
The Mela was a grand success. The proceeds will be utilized to enhance the training facilities
for the disabled children of the school. One disabled friendly ramp with stairs was also
inaugurated by Shri Saurabh Bhardwaj on this occasion.


106. Our school celebrated Annual Day on 27 January 2018 in the Savitri Devi Auditorium
of the school. Shri P.S. Bawa, IPS (Retd) Former Chairman – Transparency International
India was the Chief Guest for the occasion. The ceremony commenced with fanfare, lighting
of the lamp and floral tributes to the founder of Servants of the People Society – Lala Lajpat
Rai. Director-cum-Manager of the School welcomed the guests and all the parents. The
Integrated Cultural Programme with an amalgamation of song, music and dance showcasing
creative skills with innovative performances by students. The Chief Guest gave away the
prizes to the meritorious students. He also appreciated the commendable job done by the
students and staff.


107. To commemorate the 153 Birth Anniversary of Sher-e-Punjab, Lala Lajpat Rai,
Servants of the People Society celebrated the 28 Founder’s Day on 28 January 2018 in the
Savitri Devi Auditorium. Smt. Sheila Dikshit, Former Chief Minister, Govt. of NCT of Delhi
was the Chief Guest on the occasion. The ceremony commenced with fanfare, lighting of the
lamp and floral tributes to the founder of Servants of the People Society – Lala Lajpat Rai.
Shri S.Regunathan,IAS (Retd.)-Former Chief Secretary, Govt. of NCT of Delhi and the

Chairman of the School Managing Committee, Shri Arun K. Jain-Vice Chairman, SMC, Shri
Vasu M.-CEO, SOPS (Delhi), Family Members of Lala Lajpat Rai, Members of the School
Managing Committee, Senior Members of Servants of the People Society, Members of Rotary
Club, Inner Wheel Club of Delhi Mid Town, Bharat Vikas Parishad and other
NGOs/charitable organizations, philanthoprist and well wishers graced the occasion.

Gp.Capt.S.C.Bahri, Director-cum-Manager welcomed the Chief Guest,
philanthropists, parents and other dignitaries. He spoke about the ethos and objectives of the
Society and School. The Integrated Cultural Programme commenced with an amalgamation
of invocation, song, music and dance performances. The students showcased their creative
skills with innovative performances. The highlight of the programme was the value based
plays. The presentations by the children focussed on mental, physical and spiritual upliftment.

Smt. Sheila Dikshit appreciated the School, its management, teachers, staff and
students for their dedicated hard work. She stated that there were many ideas and innovative
practices which can be learned from this school especially the successful implemention of
‘Inclusive Environment’ for special need children. She particularly appreciated the Chairman
for his innovative ideas and futuristic outlook.

On this occasion, Ms. Chetna Mishra, a special need student of our School was given
the prestigious “Jasbhagti Special Achievement Award” for the year 2017-2018 along with a
cash prize of Rs.5000 for her outstanding achievement despite her disability. Master Saatwik
Suman, a student of class-XII Science was given the “Aditya Sharma Memorial Best All
Rounder Award”. “S.K.Sharma Memorial Awards” were presented to Km Mantasha of PG-E
(Pre Primary Wing), Km Swati of V-A (Primary Wing), Km. Mohita of XII-HI and Master
Pankaj Aggarwal of XII-SN. “Arun Mallick Jewel of the VTC Award” was given to Master
Ritik of Class-XII SN and Master Parth Sarthi of Vocational Training Centre, “Vishakha
Sahni Best Artist Award” was given to Master Raghav of Class-XII HI. “Naveen Hoshiar
Baberwal Memorial Awards” was presented to Master Mohd Juned of X-F (SS) and Master
Hiten of Special Wing of the Second Shift. Master Ravinder Singh of class – XII B was
awarded “Vijay Mehra Best Sportsman of the Year Award”. “Wishes & Blessing 3 C’s
Award & Trophy” along with a cash award of Rs.2000 was given to Km. Sonali Bera of class-
IX. “Pandit Shri Narayan Mishra Ji Memorial Scholarship Award & Trophy” along with a
cash award of Rs.12000 was given to Km. Mahrukh Saba of Class-X who topped class-X in
2016-2017 and Cash Award of Rs.12000 was given to Master Abhishek Tyagi of class-XII
Science who topped class-XI in 2016-2017.

The result for Best House was announced by Mrs. Geeta Mallick, HOD-IE. The ‘Best
House Trophy’ for the academic session 2017-2018 was given to SHIVAJI HOUSE. For the
Second Shift the Best House Award was given to CHANAKYA HOUSE. Gp.Capt. S.C.
Bahri(Retd), Director-cum-Manager extended the vote of thanks to the Chief Guest,
philanthropists, parents and other dignitaries. He shared that the three awards received by the
School in 2017 were for excellent contribution in the field of education. The Chief Guest and

parents witnessed an exhibition wherein the special need students displayed their creative
skills through their models, art & craft materials. Products made by special need children
were appreciated by all.


108. On Friday, the 13 April 2018, Godhuli – Senior Citizen Recreation Centre of Greater
Kailash-II, organized the Baisakhi Celebration at the Arya Samaj Mandir, G.K.-II. On this
occasion, Shri Chetan Sharma, well known journalist, social worker and Chairman, Godhuli,
Senior Citizen Recreation Centre and his team organized the felicitation progrmame for
renowned personalities of the Society who have done commendable work in different fields
like Education, Values, Health, Medical and Social Work for the welfare of the society. We
are happy to mention that Gp.Capt.S.C. Bahri (Retd), Driector-cum-Manager of Balvantray
Mehta Vidya Bhawan Anguridevi Shersingh Memorial Academy was also awarded a Trophy
and Shawl by Mrs. Meena Baijail wife of Hon’ble Lt Governor of Delhi. She appreciated his
excellent contribution in the field of Education. Mr. Chetan Sharma spoke highly about the
school and Gp.Capt. Bahri. He stated that under Gp.Capt. Bahri’s leadership, the school
which is an Integrated Co-Educational English Medium functioning in two Shifts for Children
With Special Needs (CWSN) and normal children has made noticeable progress. It has about
4540 students out of which 435 are CWSN and all are getting value based quality education at
nominal fees in an inclusive environment.

The main objective of the school is to nurture regular students into “Good Human
Beings” and to make CWSN “self reliant in life”. He further stated that this school has the
rare honour of being declared as “Model School” by the Ministry of HRD, Govt of India in
the field of Inclusive Education. In 2017 and 2018, the School was conferred awards by four
different organizations for its excellent contribution in the field of education and training of
CWSN. The School does not charge any capitation fee/donation from parents for admission.
Mrs. Sheila Dikshit, Former Chief Minister of Delhi, Shri Saurabh Bhardwaj, MLA-Greater
Kailash and Shri Subhash Bhadana, local MCD Counsellor also graced the occasion and
appreciated the dedication and devotion of teachers for raising the prestige and reputation of
the school. The students from the Second Shift presented Baisakhi songs and lively Bhangra
in colourful traditional dresses on this occasion which was highly applauded by one and all.
The school has been adjudged as one of the top ten schools in South Delhi.


109. The 72 Independence Day was celebrated with great enthusiasm and patriotic
fervour on 15 August. The Chief Guest Smt. Juhi Aggarwal, Deputy Director of Education-
South East, Directorate of Education, Govt. of NCT of Delhi was warmly welcomed along
with other noted academicians . The programme commenced with the hoisting of the National
Flag followed by beautifully synchronized March Past, and Drill followed by the release of

the colourful balloons. Gp.Capt. S.C. Bahri, Director-cum-Manager, welcomed the Chief
Guest and briefed her about the Society and functioning of the school in the Savitiri Devi
Auditorium. He stated that under the dynamic leadership of the present Chairman Shri S.
Regunathan, IAS (Retd), Former Chief Secretary, Govt of NCT of Delhi, the
learning/teaching process has been effective by providing and establishing I-Resource Lab,
Digital Language Lab, Interactive/Smart Class Systems, Communication Centre and
Upgraded Speech Therapy and Audiology System. A ten minutes video on school activities
was also shown to the Chief Guest which she liked very much. The integrated cultural
programme, an amalgam of various foot tapping patriotic songs, speech, dances, mime, and
skits boosting the spirit of patriotism were presented by the students along with Children with
Special Needs.

Smt. Juhi Aggarwal addressed the students, staff, and parents on this occasion and
emphasized the need to be united for the development of our great country. She urged the
students to maintain Swachh Bharat Mission, and spoke about the security of students in
school, patriotism, and respect for Indian values. The programme concluded with the
National Anthem.


110. Teachers’ Day was celebrated with great zeal and enthusiasm on 05 September. In
the morning assembly, students presented a beautiful cultural programme for the teachers.
Senior students acted as Teachers and managed the classes. Later on, teachers celebrated
Teachers’ Day in the Savitri Devi Auditorium. The Principal (morning shift) welcomed all the
distinguished guests Shri Baldev Mahajan, Former Commissioner-KVS, Former Director-
NUIEPA and Senior Member-School Managing Committee alongwith Ms. Sonali Jain,
granddaughter of Shri Uggar Sain - Bauji erstwhile Vice Chairman. She also administered the
‘Teacher’s Pledge’ to all the teachers to do their best for the upliftment and in the best interest
of their students and school at all levels.

The teachers presented a brief cultural programme which was enjoyed by one and all
present. Ms. Sonali Jain distributed Silver Coins in fond memory of Bauji to the teachers and
wished them Happy Teachers’ Day. Shri Baldev Mahajan blessed the teachers and praised the
good work being done by them to raise the image and status of the school. He urged the
teachers to do little more for the further upliftment of the school. He fondly remembered the
memories of Late Admiral R.H. Tahilaini and Late Shri Uggar Sain-Bauji erstwhile Chairman
and Vice Chairman respectively for their noble cause and vision to upgrade this school. He
also expressed satisfaction about the custody of the school in safe hands of their successor
Shri S.Regunathan, IAS (Retd), Former Chief Secretary, Govt of NCT of Delhi-Chairman,
SMC and Shri Arun K Jain, Philanthropist and Industrialist-Vice Chairman, School Managing
Committee. The programme concluded with lunch for the staff and guests in the Sai Hall.


111. The School organized ‘Sai Sandhya’ on 24 March in the school lawns in the evening.
The Chairman Mr. S.Regunathan, IAS (Retd)-Former Chief Secretary, Govt. of NCT of
Delhi, Mr. Arun K Jain-Vice Chariman, SMC, Mrs. Manju Jain-Senior Member,SMC, Mrs.
Meera Tahiliani-Senior Member, SMC, Mrs.Sunita Bhatia-Headmistress, Balvantray Mehta
Vidya Bhawan Primary School-Lajpat Bhawan, Mr. Ashok Kharbanda and Mrs. Lalita
Kharbanda-Former Principal-Lajpat Bhawan School, Mrs. S.K.Sharma-Former
Principal(SW), Gp.Capt.S.C. Bahri-Director of the school, Mrs. Saroj Bahri, and other
dignitaries, staff and their family members attended the function.

On this occasion, the School premises were beautifully decorated with handmade
craftwork and flowers, which showed the innovative ideas and talents of the teachers and
students. There was an amalgamation of amazing sounds of musical instruments blending
with the words Om Sai, Jai Jai Sai, echoing everywhere, creating a harmonious paradise.
Guests also joined in the singing, which made a divine impact. The evening ended with Priti
Bhoj being served to all.


112. The Investiture Ceremony for the academic year 2018-19 was organized in the month
of August in the Savitri Devi Auditorium of the School. The Head Boy and Head Girl of the
school were Master Abhay Rawat and Ms. Komal of class – XII. The House Captains, Sports
Captains, Discipline Captains, Cleanliness Captains and all the Class Prefects were the other
appointees of the Student Council. The Director reminded them that they are the torch bearers
of all the values of Lala Lajpat Rai, the great freedom fighter and urged them to emulate these
values and take up the responsibility with commitment and integrity.


113. Dussehra was celebrated by the tiny tots of Pre Primary Wing on 10 October in the
Kiddies corner. A special assembly was conducted for the tiny tots to highlight the importance
of this festival.


114. Raksha Bandhan, a festival which marks the bond of love between brothers and
sisters was celebrated by the Pre- Primary students on 24 August 2018 in the Kiddies corner.
Special Assembly was conducted for the children to highlight the importance of this festival.


115. An Educational Trip to National Rail Museum was organised for the tiny-tots of Pre-
Primary wing on 11 and 12 October to make our preschoolers aware of the history and
significance of Railways in our country. Students were excited to see the models of various
locomotive engines and the old coaches which were used during the British era.


116. Janmashtami was celebrated with great devotion and enthusiasm on 30 August in the
Kiddies corner. Special assembly was conducted, students came beautifully dressed as Radha
and Krishna. A Bhajan was presented by the teachers of pre- primary wing.


117. The Class-XI students organized a Farewell Party for the outgoing Class-XII
students on 17 February in the Savitri Devi Auditorium. A brief cultural programme was
presented by the students. Gp.Capt. S.C. Bahri, Director-cum-Manager of the School
addressed the students and extended his good wishes for their forthcoming examination.


118. Our school in association with Transparency International India organized various
competitions to mark the celebration of ‘UN Anti Corruption Day’ on 10 December.
Director-cum-Manager welcomed the Chief Guest Shri S R Wadhwa, Chairman,
Transparency International India, Mr. S C Ghosh IPS (Retd), Guest of Honour, and the
judges Dr S K Malhotra, Mrs D Kalsi and Dr Geetanjali Chopra. The school organized a
debate on the topic ‘Demonetisation and GST have adversely affected the Economy of our
Country’. The level of participation was intense. Students from leading schools put forward
their arguments on the potential of Demonetisation and GST to mitigate corruption and
enhance transparency. Vidhita Sethi of Red Roses Public School won the first prize, Ansh
Gupta of St George’s School won the second prize and Shagun of Tagore International
school won the third prize in the debate. The Best Team Trophy was won by the team of
Vidhita Sethi and Diksha of Red Roses Public School. In Slogan Writing, the first position
was won by Tina of Balvantray Mehta Vidya Bhawan, Lajpat Nagar, and in the Essay
Writing competition, Ketan Tyagi, South Delhi Public School won the first prize. Shreya
Roy Chaudhary of Red Roses Public School won the first prize in ‘On the Spot Painting
Competition’. An important feature of the programme was the Anti Corruption Pledge
administered to break the Corruption Chain. The Chief Guest appreciated the performance of
the students and urged them to utilize their time fruitfully. The Judges appreciated the
confidence of the students and shared some useful suggestions to make debates more



119. On 13 February the Draw of Lots was conducted for admissions to Class Nursery in
the General Category for the academic session 2018-19. The Draw was held in the presence
of Parent Representatives from the Management Committee and PTA. The Draw was held for
49 seats out of 78 as 29 children were granted direct admission under the sibling criteria.
A waiting list for 100 students was also declared.

120. The Orientation Programme of the Pre Primary Wing for the Session 2018-19 was
held on 7 April 2018 in the Savitri Devi Auditorium. Honourable Director, Gp. Capt. S.C.
Bahri was the Chief Guest for the day. The programme was also graced by Asst. Director,
Ms.Deepa Misra, Principal, Vandana Baberwal, and HOD IE/AO, Ms.Geeta Mallick.

121. Annual Examination was conducted from 5 March to 16 March 2018. Result was
declared for the Special Wing, Pre Primary Wing and Primary Wing on 27 March 2018 and
Secondary Wing on 28 March. Report cards were handed over to the parents. The Class X
students appeared for their First Board Exams.


122. The CBSE declared the Class X Board Result on 29 May 2018. 73 students appeared,
and the result was cent percent with Khushi and Megha as toppers securing 90.6% marks.

123. Six students:Arush Nanda (PG G), Aashi Singh (PG I), Amit Negi (6H), Rahul
Saha (7G), Vishal (9G) and Jyoti Negi (9H) had 100% attendance in the Session 2017-18.
They were awarded with Certificates of Appreciation.
124. Many activities were conducted under Eco club this year.
 SAVE BIRDS: Summers are cruel to all but birds find it harder to survive the heat without
water to quench their thirst. Birds fly for miles to get a water body and many die before
getting any closer. To make a difference the ECO CLUB has started a programme called
‘SAVE BIRDS’ LIFE’ from the month of May, 2018.
In this programme, the children of class IX and X have kept earthen bowls of water in
different areas of the school, on the terrace and at different places in the field.
 COMPOSTERS: The Class X children had prepared two COMPOSTERS under the
guidance of the teachers, Mr. Tushar Bhardwaj, Mr. Gaurav Kumar and Ms. Vinita Khokher
in the school premises. The key objective was to encourage the children to prevent waste and
maximize recycling through this direct experience.

 BOOK BANK: The ECO CLUB has taken an initiative to form a BOOK BANK for the
needy children of our school. The students have donated around 150 books till now. All the
children enthusiastically got involved in this noble cause.
The prime objective was to make them understand the sensitivity of the matter and to play
their role in national development. Moreover, a THANK YOU CARD was presented to the
donors of the books. This will help children to spread the joy of reading to thousands who
might otherwise have no access to books.
 PLANTATION DRIVE: A Plantation Drive was organised by Mr. Saurabh Bhardwaj,
MLA on 8 September at Jahanpanah City Forest. 28 students from classes VI to X
participated in this drive alongwith Mr. Tushar Bhardwaj, TGT Science.
 ORGANIC FARMING: Keeping the concept of Organic Farming in mind the Eco Club
members had sown the seeds of Lady Finger, Chaulai, Marigold, Carnival and Bitter Gourd
in small portions prepared in the garden area of the school on 11 July 2018.The manure added
was from our own composters and pesticides too were prepared by students themselves using
Neem and Turmeric solutions. The seeds have also been prepared and the same will be used
to plant new plants.
In the second phase of Organic Farming, the members of the Eco Club planted Tomatoes,
Chillies, Brinjal, Spinach and Coriander using the compost made in our own composters.
A Green Wall has also been set up in the front lawns of the school building.
The Eco Club members are campaigning against the use of aluminium foil for packing
food. All the staff members have stopped using it, the canteen staff has also been instructed
not to use and is being monitored also. All are made aware of the alternative wrapping
options available for packing the food. The use of plastic Tiffin boxes is also being
Children were taught through an experiment how Aluminium foil can be used to make
Potash Alum which can be effectively used in purifying water.

125. 32 students from Classes VI to X participated in the various Science events organised
by the Directorate of Education in the month of September 2018. Our students won SIX
GOLD medals in these events.


126. Many workshops were conducted for teachers during the session
 The Lions Club, Delhi organized a three days’ workshop from 15 to 17 March. Twenty
five teachers including seven from the Second Shift attended this workshop.
 On 11 April, two teachers from the Special Wing attended a public lecture at the All India
Institute of Medical Sciences, Delhi on Autism Awareness organized by the doctors. There
was a panel of eight doctors and experts in Autism. They shared their experiences and talked
about their research programmes.
 Crisp organized a workshop for all the teachers from 1 August to 2 August 2018 where
the teachers were taught to prepare a Flipped Lesson Plan. Another workshop was conducted
on 20 December, 21 December and 24 December on Assessment.

 On 10th September 2018, Ms. Suman Yadav Special Educator from the Second Shift was
sent to Malaysia to attend a workshop from 12 September to 17 September on Dousa-Hou
Training Programme organized by The Japanese Association Rehabilitation Psychology
at Seri Mengasih Centre Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia. The basic idea of the training was to
provide relaxation and help the Special Need Children with their movement of arms, hands
and legs through various exercises and therapies.
127. On 17 April the Lions Club distributed juice and notebooks to 200 students from
Classes 4 to 8 belonging to EWS & DG Freeship Quota.

128. The Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan organized the Lilavati Munshi Memorial Inter School On
the Spot Painting Competition on 27 April 2018 at Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan’s Mehta
Vidyalaya. Thirteen children took part in various events.Two children from the Special
Wing, Saptaroop and Neeru won the Second and Third positions respectively in the event.

129. The Air Force Golden Jubilee Institute, Subroto Park hosted the Confluence –
AFGJI Jamboree on 3 and 4 May. Thirty students took part in various events like, Eco
Quiz, Poster Making, Design a Bagand Sudoku, to name a few. Yukta of XE won the First
Prize in English Oration.


130. The Principal addressed all the students of Class IX on 11 May 2018 and Class X on
15 May 2018 in the school auditorium. The students were counseled and guided to cope with
the academic pressure and achieve good results in the final exams.

131. A new group of 10 students fromClass VIII has registered themselves with the Talk
To Me Programme, which is an online programme for developing the Conversational and
Grammatical Skills of children. Most of them have been paired with individual mentors and
have started with their English sessions.
132. As per the directives by the Directorate of Education, a Fire Drill was conducted on 17
May and 29 November to teach the children how to move to a safe place in proper discipline
during an emergency like a fire.


133. The Summer Hobby classes were held from 21 May to 31 May 2018. Around 160
students participated in the various activities like Sports, Dance, Music and Art & Craft. The
programme concluded with a Valedictory Function on 31 May 2018.

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