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Tittle : National Summit of School Principals organized by ICTRC

National summit of school Principals on ?Dealing with failure, Developing Resilience in school children? was held on 28th July 2017 at Multipurpose Hall, New Conference Block, India International Centre, New Delhi. They explained that failure will become a first milestone for the child to get their success. We should encourage for his/her success at the same time. They must understand that they are not perfect in all the fields. 

Tittle : Brain storming session for Youth Development

A BRAIN Storming and motivating session on youth development was conducted by the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports at Vigyan Bhawan on July 22, 2017. About 500 teachers of different schools attended the session. Mr. Vijay Goel (Sports Minister) addressed the session. He enlightened the teachers with his informative and motivational speech. He also urged the schools to promote sports for slum adoption and for heritage conservation.

In order to promote football he also declared free entry to FIFA U17 WC matches for the students of schools of Delhi on first come first served basis. All physical education teachers from our school attended the inspiring session. The session ended with an optimistic note. The teachers retewed with an oath to promote sports and to work for the betterment of the country.

Tittle : Conference on Smart Move Towards Smart Education by EduConnect

A conference on Smart Move towards Smart Education was attended by Mrs. Tarvinder Kaur (HOD Computer Science) on 18th July 2017 organized by EduConnect with a mission to support India in attaining its education goals in terms of quality, technology, skill development and innovation, and revolutionize the way our country learns, works and grow supporting the ecosystem.

Speakers in the conference set the platform for using technology not only for teaching subjects but also allowing students to do it themselves tools. Dr. Sandhya Chintala, Executive Director, IT & ITES Sector Skill Council and NASSCOM told how technology can help implement active learning in the class and she also informed that NASSCOM has been talking to MHRD so that these things can be brought in CBSE Curriculum.

Mr. Aurbindo Saxena, Vice President, Technopark gave Overview of Education and Technology in Inida and also gave various ways in which it can be made better and then implemented successfully. Mr. Abhinandan Singh, Educational Technologist, Founder EntranceZone.com explained how Technology is a useful level for effective Student Engagement. Mr. Manish Gupta, CEO, VideoKen convinced everyone that Artificial Intelligence can be used to support Human Learning and shown demo of their tool. Dr. Deepak Garg, Bennet University, School of Engineering & Applied Sciences talked about Technology as the Strategy Accelerator and briefed how they used latest technologies like IoT, Moocs, etc to teach and give practical exposure to students. Conference was concluded by a wonderful enlightenment by Mr. Roshan Gupta, Head ? Global Alliances & Public Sector Business on how Growing Demand of Experienced Faculty in Higher Education can be met by using technology.

On an all conference was fruitful and many has taken tips and were motivated for using technology in education.

Tittle : WORKSHOP ON TEACHER-TRAINING TECHNIQUE AND VALUE EDUCATION

To develop not only the enthusiasm in weaker students about the studies but also to create the ability to go beyond  the class room learning a workshop was organized about Teacher-Training Technique and Value Education on  July 5 2017 i.e. Wednesday in a conference room for all the teachers by the educators Ms. Santosh Batra and Ms. Sunita Dhingra. They discussed the various techniques of teaching like group work, pair work, group discussion and Learning by doing to create the interest of weaker students in studies. In the end Ms. Tarvinder Kaur educated the teachers about the need of imparting Value Education among the students in this modern era. Thus the workshop was quite fruitful and informative for the teachers.

Tittle : A WORKSHOP ON BULLYING

The school firmly believes that a healthy mind reflects a positive attitude so keeping the same objective in mind a workshop on Bullying and Gender Sensitivity was organized for the students of Class-VII A and D on May 17 2017 and Class-VII B and C on May 16 2017. The resource person Mrs. Sunita Dhingra made the students aware on how to deal with the grave problems of Bullying with great courage and also to possess positive attitude while handling it. They were also shown PPT about the same and solutions were provided to the students for it. The Students were awakened and acknowledged about the gender sensitivity as well and how to keep themselves safe and secure. An interactive session was also held where students discussed their problems and also asked questions regarding how to overcome their problems bravely. The students were then encouraged to share their problems with their parents so that an action can be taken at the earliest. All in all the workshop was quite enriching, motivating and inspirational for the students. 

Tittle : Workshop on Bullying

To create awareness among the students about the deplorable condition of the children a workshop on Bullying was organized April 27 and 28, 2017 by Ms. Sunita Dhingra. In the workshop the students were acknowledged on this social issue and the solution was also given to the students. The students were encouraged to share their problems with their parents, teachers and elders so that actions can be taken as early as possible. In a nut shell the workshop was very motivating, enriching and enlightened the students to be safe and secure in this modern era. 

Tittle : WORKSHOP ON GENDER SENSITIVITY

In an endeavor to bring awareness about Gender Sensitivity a workshop was conducted on 27th and 28th April 2017 for the students of class IX and X. The students were made aware about the gender based problems faced by them from time to time. The students were shown the clipping of consequences by adopting such evil habits. Students were guided how to overcome these social evils in day to day life. It was an interactive session for the students as students asked many questions regarding these sensitive issues. The workshop was really inspiring and motivational for the students. Students gained knowledge and it was fruitful for them.

Tittle : WORKSHOP ON CHILD ABUSE

A workshop was held for the students of class I-A and I-B on 27th and 28th April 2017 wherein the students were made aware about what is Good Touch, Bad Touch; how they should react and tell everything to their parents.

The students were also taught about bullying and the bad/ill effects of it on any student. The teacher demonstrated what is good touch and which body parts are included in it and same for bad touch. The students keenly attended the workshop and understood that bullying is not good.

Tittle : WHAT AFTER CLASS XII

To enlighten the children about better career options of their life, a career counseling program was organized for the students of Class XII by the school on 28th April 2017. Mr. Ramneet Singh from TIME Education Pvt. Ltd presented an adorable session on entrance exams in the field of Commerce. Mr. Singh subdued the queries of the students and clearly stated the importance of professional guidance to the students. The whole session was highly informative and enriching. 

Tittle : Interaction with Mr. John Kerr (the Chief Executive of Cambridge

It was an honorable moment for the students of the school when they got golden opportunity to interact with Mr. John Kerr when the school received International Award on 15th April, 2017 at Air Force Auditorium. The students Rahul of class XI, Mayank, Sohini and Nandidni of class V, Rishabh of class III greeted Mr. John Kerr. The interaction was as follows :

Q. Sir, it has been a great pleasure to meet such an influential person like you. May we ask few questions on English Language to enhance the subject learning?

A. It is my pleasure as well.

Q. How English is co-related with the other subjects which we read in school and college?

A. English is co-related with so many subjects which we read in school and college, as it is the basic language to understand the concepts of different subjects. There are so many terms, used in different subjects have different meanings which can be understood only with the help of English.

Q. How English is used in different aspects of our life?

A. It is used in various aspects of life, socially and practically both.It helps us to understand innumerable things around us.

Q. What initiative CLIL has taken in India to improve the level of English among the students in all over the world?

A. CLIL organizes many events, functions and orientation programs to enhance the level of English of the students every year. It has also designed innovative lesson plans and classroom tests for the teachers as well for the students for their further development in English.

Q. In what ways BICS and CALP are different from each other?

A. BICS and CALP are the two different parts of English .Both are different from each other as BICS includes reading and speaking which a person can improve very easily whereas CALP includes writing which is little bit tough as compared to BICS. Writing needs more time to be perfect in.

Q. In what ways the internet and electronic gadgets promoting English all over the world?

A. The internet and electronic gadgets like phones, laptops etc. playing a major role in promoting English all over the world. We are living in an era of technology. Now-a-days we have n number of apps and games which help students in improving their reading, speaking and writing skills in a very innovative manner. This way of learning generates interest in the mind of students. Not, only internet and electronic gadgets helping the students but promoting English very effectively all over the world.

The interaction with such a great personality like Mr. John Kerr was quite informative and knowledgeable. The students got valuable information which they brought with them and shared with other students. All in all it was really a fruitful and enriching interaction. 


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