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Kanishk Devgan had been selected for Japan East Asia Network of Exchange for Students and Youth Programme (JENESYS) during 2014. Kanishk, a class IX student was a part of the entourage in Traditional Heritage/Art batch comprising of 87 participants from various schools across the country. The participants toured Japan from 10th to 18th November 2014.

An initiative of CBSE, it is aimed at deepening the mutual understanding among young people and to lay foundation for future bond among the youths in Asian and Oceanian Countries. The programme is meant to establish basis of Asia’s stalwart solidarity through various exchange programmes.

Compufest 2014 was organized by Seth Anandram Jaipuria School, Vaishali on 4th-5th November, 2014. Students of our school won accolades in various events. The details are as follows-

  1. No.
Event Position Name
1 Mask-e-Mania First  Picture3
Dhruv Singh Pangtey, Hrishab Prasad.
Dhruv Pandey
2 ASCII Storming First  Picture4 
Navam Jain, Mridul Pandey
3 Ek Goonj-Street Play Second  Picture5
Dean Vig, Shivam Agarwal, Aastha Arora, 
Mayan Ahuja, Ishika Jaisinghani, 
Vanshaj Arora, Anvi Tomar, Parth Dandona, 
Apoorv Jain, Ashit Sharma
4 Animatronics Second  Picture6
Aryan Dandona , Aryan Chopra
5 Flag Flair Third  Picture7
Niyati Sharma, Aditya Sinha

Compufest 2014 was organized by Seth Anandram Jaipuria School, Vaishali on 4th-5th November, 2014. Students of our school won accolades in various events. The details are as follows-

  1. No.
Event Position Name
Mask-e-Mania First Dhruv Singh Pangtey, Hrishab Prasad. Dhruv Pandey
ASCII Storming First                         Navam Jain, Mridul Pandey
Ek Goonj-Street Play Second Dean Vig, Shivam Agarwal, Aastha Arora, Mayan Ahuja, Ishika Jaisinghani, Vanshaj Arora, Anvi Tomar, Parth Dandona, Apoorv Jain, Ashit Sharma
Animatronics Second Aryan Dandona , Aryan Chopra
Flag Flair Third Niyati Sharma, Aditya Sinha

Annual Presentation Class II

Class II chose the theme “Manthan” to present the concept of panchtatva or five elements on their Annual Day. Following the universal law of life, everything on this planet is composed of five basic elements or the “panchamahabhutas”. These are: Akash (Space), Vayu (Air), Jal (Water), Agni (Fire) and Prithvi (Earth). It is thus true that all natural life including plants, animals and humanity at large are a combination of all these five core elements.

On 12th March, 2015 the presentation started with the introduction of the concept followed by Lighting of the lamp and Prize Distribution. The students of Class II very effectively portrayed the themes through dance performances, which were based on the five elements. The message was effectively communicated to the viewers and was applauded by the parents.The ceremony was concluded with the Grand Finale and Thanks Giving.


Annual Presentation

The students of Class I celebrated their Annual Day by presenting a medley of dance and music on the theme “God’s Universal Language-Music”. The Presentation began with the Lighting of the Lamp and the Auspicious Ganesh Vandana. The young achievers of the previous year, were given away prizes as a token of motivation and appreciation to sustain their endeavors.

The morning of 12th March, 2015 woke up to saw the vibrant colours of talent. Through a play, it was conveyed that “Music expresses feelings and thought without Language; it is above and beyond all words. And that the harmony of the seven levels of melodious Association is one Universal code of communication”. The young performers danced to the tunes of the rhythm of nature and the presentation gradually developed the evolution of music and its impact in various spheres of human life. The presentation filled with enthusiasm and endeavor of the kids was applauded and appreciated by the parents and ended with the finale and Vote of Thanks.

The Leadership Camp

They say that leaders are born, not made. While it is true that some people are born leaders, some leaders are born in the midst of adversity. Often, simple people who have never had a leadership role stand up and take the lead when situation requires it.It is never easy to take the lead, as one needs to make decisions and face challenges, but it can become natural and rewarding. The Camp organized at K.R.Mangalam World School, Vaishali on 17th December 2014 was one of the most awaited for the kids. Warming up their tender limbs with the milder activities, the children gradually got energized asking for more and more. Leaving behind the chill of the peak winter, the tiny commandos marched ahead accomplishing the assigned target one after another.

“Great Leaders don’t blame the tools they are  given. They overcome the hurdles.”

“Everyone can rise above their circumstances and achieve success if they are dedicated and passionate about what they do.”

“Don’t be afraid to fall…..Be afraid not to try.”


Inter-Disciplinary Aproch

A Capacity Building Programme on Pedagogy Strategies with Special Focus on Inter-Disciplinary Approach was organized in the school campus for the teachers on Saturday, 7th March, 2015.

The resource person was Ms. Kalpana Kapoor, an experienced and eminent personality in the field of education. The workshop focused on NCF Recommendations, Active and Creative Lesson Planning, Formative Assessment, Inter-disciplinary projects and Differentiated Learning.

These tools would definitely equip the teacher in a much better way and provide for effective teaching-learning environment.


As per Chef Gusteau from the very famous kids’ movie Ratatouille…”Anyone can cook” BUT we say “Any kid can cook too. “Kiddies kitchen brought out the latent talent of young chefs. The activity was organized for the kids of classes Nursery , KG and I to learn and prepare healthy meal options at home with their families. The teachers helped by providing the ingredients and the little chefs mixed coconut powder with milk maid. The little hands rolled the mixture and made round shaped beautiful yummy laddoos. Within minutes of making the laddoos, the kids feasted on them and gulped all.

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Paper lanterns are old festival tradition, but kids can have fun making them at any time of year. On the occasion of Diwali, Class Nursery and II students made beautiful and fancy paper lanterns by cutting strips of paper, pasting strips and decorating with ribbons and lace. Students ended up making colourful paper lanterns.These paper lanterns are so easy and fun to make that they are quite popular in decorating homes during festivals like Diwali, Holi and New Year.


Diya Making

Diwali is a festival of lights. It is a custom to light small oil lamps (called diyas) and place them around the home, verandahs and gardens, as well as on roof-tops and outer walls inviting Goddess Lakshmi to our homes. K.R Mangalam World school, Gurgaon, invited a potter to come and assist our little ones to ,makediyas for the forthcoming festival. The children of classes Nursery and KG tried their hands at the potter’s wheel. The little muddy fingers rolled over the wet clay to churn out lovely diyas and as they dried up, the diyas were painted with bright colors and decorated with glitter. It was a day filled with fun and learning, spreading the magic of light.

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