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Hurain, Yastika and Muskan of Class VII prepared a question paper and conducted an EVS exam in classes I-V. The activity was conducted to improve students' concern for the planet.
The campus team won the inter-campus football tournament in primary category. Vedansh Singh was judged as the best player of the tournament.
Mrs Huten Florina Anal and Ms Kriti Srivastava were awarded Tata Class Edge Classroom Championship certificates and trophies.
Arundhati Singh Dagor of Class VI secured the first runners' up position in Little Champs Tennis League Girls event in U-10 as well as U-12 category organized by LPG Sports Academy.
An ABACUS workshop was conducted at the campus by Mr Anand from SIPS Smart Education to teach students easy methods of calculation.
Khushi Saxena of Class VIII won the gold medal in the International Hindi Olympiad conducted by Humming Bird (P) Ltd. She also achieved a merit certificate for securing 28th rank at national level and first rank in the school.
Parent Orientation programme was organised for the parents of students of Junior Section, Class IX and X. Teachers talked on various issues like regularity, remedial, enrichment, fruit break, home time-table, summer camp, project files etc.
Earth Day was observed on 22nd April. Different activities like Slogan writing, paper bags-distribution to the shopkeepers, collage making, face painting and procession with placards were conducted to spread the message.
Representatives from Mindlers visited the campus for the career counselling of the students of Classes IX and X. They advised the students to choose a career that accurately matches with their personality, interests and abilities.
Students decided to go classical on the occasion of World Dance Day. An inter-house dance competition was organised to celebrate the day.
Various activities like picture composition, dialogue writing, role play and lexigon were conducted to celebrate English Language Day which is the birth anniversary of William Shakespeare also known as World Book Day.
A slogan writing contest on 'Protect our species' was organised at the campus on Mother Earth Day. Winners of the contest were taken for a picnic to Lucknow Zoo.
Aryan Shukla and Vinayak Shukla won the gold and bronze medal respectively in Taekwondo Championship 2019 organized by Navyug Radiance School.
The campus celebrated its last working day as Summer Bash Party. The students enjoyed Watermelon Party, Mango Tango Party and various other interesting activities.
Nabeeza Sheikh of Class V won the silver medal in the 1st inter-school District Roller Skating Championship held at St. Francis School, Gomti Nagar.
Mr Thomas from Australia spoke on the importance of education during the morning assembly. He inspired the students to pursue the goal of ‘Each One, Teach One’ and explained how can it bring literacy in our country. Students were highly motivated by his words and promised to teach at least one during their summer vacation.
On 25 April, a group of career counsellors introduced and enlightened the students about the benefits and use of the Mindler App. They highlighted on the various career options available on the web-site which the children are unaware of. They can easily log in and get the information regarding the newly formed career options. The children took great interest and found the discussion very beneficial.
The campus felicitated all women crew of INSV Tarini for successfully circumnavigating the globe within eight months. The event organised in their honour in collaboration with FICCI FLO was chaired by Mrs Madhuri Halwasiya. Lt.Cdr. Swathi P and Lt. Cdr. Aishwarya Boddapati were felicitated for their their unparalleled achievement. They not only conquerd the oceans but also sailed fearlessly
Today's education teaches us to celebrate womanhood and take pride in our strong existence despite our unique physical attributes. But we have a lot of our weaker counterparts in rural and distant areas unaware of basic concepts of menstrual hygiene and wellness relating to it. So the young girls' brigade of the campus came together with Hope Foundation, requesting them to help us reach the young adults and the ignorant older ones to create awareness about the aforementioned issue.
The students went to the villages in the Bangla Bazar area and distributed 150 sanitary pads to the concerned. The medical assistants from government hospital came along to give the required and right information to the target group. On the go, the girl students also got their lessons regarding the same and could assess the significance of science and development in our lives and learnt to value what we have.
The Mindler College & Career Counselling training was organised at the campus for students of Classes IX to XII on 26 April. The session was addressed by Ms Shilpa.