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Tittle : Parents workshop on Awakened Citizens

Today's generation is too fast and full of energy so to cope with and handle them well, so that their energy is directed in the right direction a workshop for parents was organized on Saturday, 16th April 2016 where parents were enlightened about the importance of being an Awakened Citizen.

It was an interactive workshop and parents participated well in discussion. They ensure that they will be implementing these not only for their kids but also for themselves too.

All in all it was a wonderful experience for parents and teachers both and both joined hands for holistic development of children.


New Session....means new classes, new students, new teachers, new books, new anxiety, and new queries

So to answer such queries, to make parents comfortable and well versed with Rules & Regulations of the school and "Orientation Programme" was organized for the parents of classes LKG and UKG on 9th April 2016.

Parents were happy to interact with teachers and appreciated the presentation showing all information about the school. They were proud to be part of the school and ensure active participation in parents-teachers effort for holistic development of students.

Tittle : CineArt Steer To Safety Campaign

CineArt Steer To Safety  organized 3 days film making workshop in school campus on 4,5 and 6 April,2016.Ten students from ACC  school, Jhilmil Colony participated with our school students  in this workshop. During the workshop, students identified the issue on Road Safety. Prashant Sehgal , an independent filmmaker and a theatre director guided students in these three days. On the last day Anant Raina, a writer, photographer and filmmaker and Stephen Alexender  who is a young energetic media person joined this campaign and guided students about the  procedure and steps involved in film making.


A workshop on ?Capacity Building  Program on Innovation and Leadership Skills was held on 16th March 2016 at KIIT World School, Pitampura.Major topics covered in the workshop were about leadership qualities and importance  of team work. The main aim was to inculcate the leadership qualities along with managerial skills.

Tittle : National Convention Of School Counsellors

A commendable step was taken by the Institute of Counsellors Training Research and consultancy on 24th Feb?2016 at Auditorium India International Centre 40,Max Muller Marg.The programme was conducted by a panel of experts headed by Dr.V.SRavindran . The most important part of the programme was to flash light upon Inclusive Education provided to physically challenged students under one roof ensure to help a child in building life, building character , assimilation of ideas and making life happy and progressive. It was an appreciable initiative taken by ICTRC to ensure that counsellors is the heart of a school. Many questions were asked by the teachers Ms.Sunita Dhingra and Ms.Jyoti Kaur in the same regard and they were told that one should never underestimate any child rather they need to provide an equal platform to all by maintaining diversity .The whole event ended with a positive aura in everyone?s heart and soul to provide their best o the needful students.

Tittle : Seminar on Anti Human Trafficking

An appreciable  initiative was taken by North West District Police ,by creating awareness through organizing  a ?Seminar ?on ?Anti Human Trafficking? at Laxmibai College, Ashok Vihar on 18thFebruary 2016 as a part of an on going celebration of?Delhi police week? from  16th February to 22ndFebruary 2016.Joint CommissionShri Sanjay Singh (Northern Range)DCP North West Vijay Singh and Additional DCP Amrita Gugoloth graced the occasion .The program started with the lightening of the lamp,followed by an informative speech of Shri Sanjay Singh.The most memorable part of the event was the interactive session  between

Additional DCP Amrita Gugoloth,the students and the teachers.Many heart touching questions were asked by the students and the teachers Mrs. PreetiAnand ,Ms.Kavita,Ms.Beema  which brought  out the plight of thewomen who get entrapped in the vicious cycle of Human Trafficking .The situation became more sodden with sorrow when a shit on the plight of  ?The women of the darker world? was presented by thestudents of ?Ravrang group? of LaxmibaiCollege.The whole event ended with the Memento Presentation to the honourableguests.The students and the teachers  returned  with the Motto ?LET?S  JOIN HAND AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING?.

Tittle : Expert Talks and Brain Storming session on Creating Awareness on Drug abuse, Alcoholism and HIV/AIDS

Students of XI class alongwith Mrs. Tarvinder Kaur (PG T-Computer Science) and Mrs. Beema Devi (PGT ? Physical Education) attended a seminar on Creating Awareness on Drug abuse, Alcoholism and HIV/AIDS by Swami Sivananda Memorial Institute, Punjabi Bagh on 22nd January 2016.

After Lamp lightening by Chairpersons of Swami Sivananda Memorial Institute and Inner Wheel, we were introduced to a rehabilitation centre Asha Bhavan. Asha Bhavan is having 16 centers and nearly 1000 people are undergoing treatment in these centers. Mr. Ashwani from Asha Bhavan briefed his story that how he was trapped in drugs claws during his school days only and how his life started deteriorating after that. He declared that his biggest mistake was that he hides it from his parents and teachers. Then he reveal about his family trauma and then how he was back to life after joining Asha Bhavan. He boasted that now its being 8 years that he has not touched drugs. Then he requested children to promise themselves that they will never be attracted towards this evil, he got the life back but there are many who left their families crying after them.

After this heart touching story a Fun filled Nukad Natak was shown by the member of Targeted Intervention (TI) team, who work directly with the people who have been affected by HIV / AIDS. Students enjoy and learned how a simple mistake can lead to such a severe dreadful disease.

Then a presentation on HIV / AIDS by Ms. Vijayluxmi Bharadwaj from Swami Sivananda Memorial Institute was given, which showed the facts and figures about HIV / AIDS, how it is spread and what preventive measures we should take.

Then addressing parents/ teachers/ social activist Mrs Asha Walia, Chairperson ? Inner Wheel, explained how we as grownups can help children not to fall in traps of drugs.

Seminar was concluded by vote of thanks with a hope that it will help children to save theirs and other?s future.

On all it was a wonderful experience and learning by students and teachers too.


First aid is the immediate help provided to an injured person. Therefore to realize the importance of first aid, school organised workshop on first aid for Class VIII students on 21st December, 2015. Sanya Sharma of class XI-F prepared apower point presentation for students and explained them importance of first aid and told them several ways to meet the requirement of first aid situation like bee sting, bleeding, fracture etc. Students participated enthusiastically and shared their first aid experience.


?Education That Pays For Itself?


Ms. Bobby Narula and Ms.Jaspreet Kaur of MMPS attended the 9th Annual Conference?Education That Pays for Itself?organised by Teach A Man To Fish, U.K based NGO from 19th Nov- 21st Nov at KIIT Groups of Colleges in Gurgaon. It was a brainstorming session.
The basic idea behind the conference was to inculcate the innovative entrepreneurial education among the students right from their school life. Delegates from 26 countries attended the conference shared their rich and encouraging experiences about introducing entrepreneurship among their students. The conference comprised of debates, presentations, workshops etc.

The conference proved to be full of enthusiasm as many eminent personalities across the globe attended these conference .The students also got the chance to present their skills at ?Market place? Day i.e. on 20thNov.


It was an honourable moment for the students of school when they got an opportunity to interact with DIG of CISF on 22 September 2015 in his office at ShastriPark.The students Sakshi,Sanjana and Pooja greeted the IPS officer with flowers and memento . They asked series of questions about  the security ,measures taken in metro  to which the answers   given enhanced the knowledge of the students about the different steps taken by metro officials for the safety of the commuters.The students along with their HOD (ENGLISH) Mrs.AnjuKhurana were shown the Dogs Quad which helps in nabbing the terrorist and criminals in and around metro station.The interaction was quite informative and knowledgeable .The students also brought back the valuable information which they share with other students.All in all it was an enriching and fruitful interaction.

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