Assembly XI-Q 29-11-2016

Classes: XI-Q
Class Teacher :Mrs. Ashima Sharma
Class Rep : Ms. Sangeeta Mishra/Ms. Abha Chona/Ms.Richa/Mr. Mukesh Nagpal
Vice Principal: Ms. Padma Srinivasan
Topic: If you want to shine like a sun,First burn like a Sun.
Date : 29/11/2016
Cultural Program Incharge : Ms. Azra Saleem
IT Incharge : Ms. Sarika Kaushal
Photography : Mr. Shankar Giri

Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam ,the role model for millions, once said, “If you want to shine like a sun,first burn like a sun.” Being inspired by this,the class had put up their assembly to showcase their talent in the form of a play. They went on to show the world that one can achieve anything provided one works hard for it…



Assembly X-A 25-11-2016

Class: X-A
Class Teacher : MS. NISHA GUPTA
Class Rep : Ms. Sunita Johar/Ms. Shaloo Khanna
Vice Principal: Ms. Anita Singh
Topic: Jisne Jhela Nahi Khel Kya Usne Khela
Date : 25/11/2016
Cultural Program Incharge : Ms. Binu Channan
IT Incharge : Ms. Sarika Kaushal
Photography : Mr. Shankar Giri

The assembly of Class X-A is being held to commemorate Guru Tegh Bahadur’s death anniversary which is observed annually on 24th November. He had to struggle in order to achieve his goal and in keeping with this spirit, the theme of the assembly is ‘Jisne Jhela Nahi Khel Kya Usne Khela’. It is also about parental sacrifice, self expression, perseverance and broader visions.



Assembly VI-F 24-11-2016

Class: VI-F
Class Teacher : MS. KRETIKA GAUR
Class Rep : Ms. Shruti /Ms. Taru
Headmistress: Ms. Rashmi Malhotra
Topic: SCIENCE AND PEACE
Date : 24/11/16
Cultural Program Incharge : Ms. Binu Channan
IT Incharge : Ms. Sarika Kaushal
Photographer : Mr. Shankar Giri

Sacrifice is one of the purest and most selfless way to love someone, it is act of giving something precious to someone for their betterment.
On 24 November, Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji sacrificed his life to protect our religion. The class made an effort to show his sacrifice and also their gratitude to all those who make small sacrifices in our day to day life…



Assembly VI-G 24-11-2016

Class: VI-G
Class Teacher : Ms. Disha Jain
Class Rep : Ms. Shruti /Ms. Taru
Headmistress: Ms. Rashmi Malhotra
Topic: Sacrifice
Date : 24/11/16
Cultural Program Incharge : Ms. Binu Channan
IT Incharge : Ms. Sarika Kaushal
Photographer : Mr. Shankar Giri

Sacrifice is one of the purest and most selfless way to love someone, it is act of giving something precious to someone for their betterment.

On 24 November, Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji sacrificed his life to protect our religion. The class made an effort to show his sacrifice and also their gratitude to all those who make small sacrifices in our day to day life…



Assembly XI-N 23-11-2016

Classes: XI-N
Class Teacher :Ms. NEELU OBEROI
Class Rep : Ms. Sangeeta Mishra/Ms. Abha Chona/Ms.Richa/Mr. Mukesh Nagpal
Vice Principal: Ms. Padma Srinivasan
Topic: Collect moment, not things
Date : 23/11/2016
Cultural Program Incharge : Ms. ​Azra Saleem
IT Incharge : Ms. Sarika Kaushal
Photography : Mr. Shankar Giri

Not everything that counts can be counted and not everything that can be counted counts. Today’s materialistic world needs to understand that good life is a collection of various types of moments; which define our thought-processes and shape our soul. While you are alive, collect moments and not things, enjoy love and not luxuries and earn respect, not money.



Assembly XI-O 23-11-2016

Classes: XI-O
Class Teacher :MS. MEENAKSHI BIDKAR
Class Rep : Ms. Sangeeta Mishra/Ms. Abha Chona/Ms.Richa/Mr. Mukesh Nagpal
Vice Principal: Ms. Padma Srinivasan
Topic: My Dreams, My Vision
Date : 23/11/2016
Cultural Program Incharge : Ms. ​Azra Saleem
IT Incharge : Ms. Sarika Kaushal
Photography : Mr. Shankar Giri

Problems are a part of life. However, that does not give us the right to give up. The brick walls you run into are just there for you to break them down and if your dream is your vision, you will break them down. We cannot change the cards we are dealt, just how we play the hand.



Assembly VII-J 22-11-2016

Class: VII-J
Class Teacher : MS. SUJANI
Class Rep : Ms. Richa/Ms. Sapna Sharma
Headmistress: Ms. Rashmi Malhotra
Topic: Motivation (Shine Bright Like a Diamond)
Date :22/11/2016
Cultural Program Incharge : Ms. Binu Chanan
IT Incharge : Ms. Sarika Kaushal
Photography : Mr. Shankar Giri

There is a hidden talent within the children. With the right motivation and inspiration one can create wonders. And one can mould a child to attain the highest recognition in the chosen field. And he or she will SHINE LIKE A DIAMOND.



Assembly VII-I 22-11-2016

Class: VII-I
Class Teacher : MS. SANYA DANG
Class Rep : Ms. Richa/Ms. Sapna Sharma
Headmistress: Ms. Rashmi Malhotra
Topic: NATIONAL EDUCATION DAY
Date :22/11/2016
Cultural Program Incharge : Ms. Binu Chanan
IT Incharge : Ms. Sarika Kaushal
Photography : Mr. Shankar Giri

The National Education Day is celebrated on the 11th of November every year commemorate the birth anniversary of Shri Maulana Abul Kalam Azad. He was a great freedom fighter, eminent educationist and the first education minister of India.

Education is one of the most important aspect in our life – it gives us knowledge, confidence and empowers us to shape our future.

The development and growth of a country depends on its citizens. If the people of a country are literate and educated, the country will definitely progress and prosper .

Education makes us aware of society’s ills such as poverty, inequality and gender discrimination. In order to make a positive impact as a valued member of the community, we should try and impart education to the less privileged people.

Through the education system in schools, teachers guide the students and help them realise their potential — academically, socially and physically to prepare them to face the many challenges that life holds for them.

As our Prime Minister very eloquently puts it — ” Education is the means to empowerment. In addition to spreading education , let us look at the quality of education. Let us expand our focus from schooling to learning. “

Our assembly talks about the origins of this day to modern day education through various platforms like song , dance , speech and a poem.



Assembly XI-M 18-11-2016

Classes: XI-M
Class Teacher :MS. VANDANA SETH
Class Rep : Ms. Sangeeta Mishra/Ms. Abha Chona/Ms.Richa/Mr. Mukesh Nagpal
Vice Principal: Dr. Renu Nayar
Topic: A Journey Called Life
Date : 18/11/2016
Cultural Program Incharge : Ms. ​Azra Saleem
IT Incharge : Ms. Sarika Kaushal
Photography : Mr. Shankar Giri

At the end of the day, isn’t life a bumpy journey full of ups and downs. It is an assortment of emotions. Throughout this journey, we seek to achieve a solitary thing – happiness, whether it be achieved in the form of success, money, or pure enjoyment. With the change in age, there is a change in perception. However, in this world of change, there is a constant – the path taken to achieve happiness – through hard work, perseverance and determination. We, the civilized wanderers, on a journey, are grateful for this gyrating dynamism, and for this gift of life.XI-M highlighted this through their assembly.



Assembly XI-P 18-11-2016

Classes: XI-P
Class Teacher :MS. SHALINI MONGA
Class Rep : Ms. Sangeeta Mishra/Ms. Abha Chona/Ms.Richa/Mr. Mukesh Nagpal
Vice Principal: Dr. Renu Nayar
Topic: Aspire to Inspire
Date : 18/11/2016
Cultural Program Incharge : Ms. ​Azra Saleem
IT Incharge : Ms. Sarika Kaushal
Photography : Mr. Shankar Giri

The assembly was on the Topic “Aspire to Inspire”. The students tried to bring out the message of how small efforts on our behalf can actually help to inspire many others. This message was brought out through speeches, a song,a poem and dance.



Assembly IX-K 17-11-2016

Class: IX-K

Class Teacher : MS. DEEPIKA MALHOTRA

Class Rep : Ms. Ritu Kumar/Ms. Ashima Aggarwal

Vice Principal: Ms. Anita Singh

Topic: International Children’s Day. National Integration Day Shakespeare forever

Date : 17/11/2016

Cultural Program Incharge : Ms. Binu Channan

IT Incharge : Ms. Sarika Kaushal

Photography : Mr. Shankar Giri

India is a multi-racial and multilingual country but the culture of our country makes her people feel that they are the children of mother India. India is an excellent example of ‘Unity in Diversity‘. Foreign invasions and conquests from time to time, could not crush the spirit of unity of culture.

It is said that the greatest need of a person in life is the feeling of ‘being wanted’ and ‘being noticed’. This unquenchable thirst, is found in every human being. It is particularly true in the case of children. They long to be wanted, shown affection and appreciated. Hence, we celebrate children’s day.

William Shakespeare, was the man whose plays have influenced the play writers of the modern world. He has made several contributions to English Literature which are unforgettable. He will be thought of by each and every play writer, or rather, a person who writes.

IX-K incorporated all these themes in their assembly beautifully in atheir unique way.



Assembly IX-J 02-11-2016

Class: IX-J
Class Teacher : MS. ANUPAMA RAWAT
Class Rep : Ms. Ritu Kumar/Ms. Ashima Aggarwal
Vice Principal: Ms. Anita Singh
Topic: Bhai Dhuj
Date : 2/11/2016
Cultural Program Incharge : Ms. Binu Channan
IT Incharge : Ms. Sarika Kaushal
Photography : Mr. Shankar Giri

Bhai Dhuj is celebrated on the fifth day of Diwali which falls on a new moon night.The name Dhuj/Dooj means the second day after the new moon and Bhai means brother.Sisters all over the country celebrate this by putting a tilak on the forehead of their brothers and perform an arti by showing him the light of holy flame as a mark of love and protection from evil forces.This is also a time when we are made aware of the pollution levels rising as a result of bursting crackers during Diwali.The assembly once again reinforces that bursting crackers is not correct,we should say no to crackers in future and protect our Planet.



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