Assembly X-K & X-L 17-08-2017

Class Teacher: Ms Kakoli Sengupta and Ms Renu Malik
Class Representative: Ms Vanita Gupta
Vice Principal : Ms Anita Singh
Topic : Imperfectly Perfect
Date : 17th August 2017
Cultural Programme Incharge : Ms. Binu Channan
Photography Incharge : Mr. Shankar Giri

The age old generalization that nobody is perfect is a humbling advice to even the best of us. In times of need, it’s a gentle reminder that we’re not perfect. That we’re flawed. That we make mistakes. That we fail. And, that we’re Human. And that, in some beautiful way, makes us imperfectly perfect. Life is not perfect. It never has been and it never will be. But this can be good news. It means we can stop pursuing the mystical, perfect life. In fact, the sooner we realize that perfection is not available to us in this world, the sooner we can begin living better lives because of the imperfections.

Assembly XII-S 16-08-2017

Class Teacher: Ms. Vijayalakshmi Marwaha
Class Representative: Ms. Alinda Holla
Vice Principal: Ms. Padma Srinivasan
Topic: “Are you going through it or are you growing through it?”
Date: 16 August 2017
Cultural Programme Incharge: Ms. Abha Chona
Photography Incharge: Mr. Shankar Giri

In the words of Henri Frederic Amiel, “He who is silent is forgotten; he who does not advance falls back.” For the truly resilient person, adversity is where he/she thrives. The way in which we decide to respond to certain challenges, is what will shape our feelings, actions, and results. We must keep in mind, that growing through experiences doesn’t happen overnight- we grow gradually, and as we grow, we learn and discover new things. We must ensure that in our quest to grow, we do not only grow physically, but emotionally, mentally and spiritually as well. By committing to lifelong learning, celebrating both good and bad times, and living our lives to the fullest, we can make our time on earth conducive for ‘growing’, and not just ‘going’ through our lives.

Assembly X-M 10-08-2017

Class Teacher : Ms. Akshita Luthra
Class Representative : Mrs. Vanita Gupta
Vice Principal : Ms. Anita Singh
Topic : Independence Day
Date : 10th August, 2017
Cultural Programme Incharge : Ms. Binu Channan
Photography Incharge : Mr. Shankar Giri

“Where the mind is without fear, and the head is held high…” was Rabindranath Tagore’s ideal free country. As we celebrate India’s 70th Independence Day, it becomes imperative to reflect, are we really free? While we are trying to break the shackles of British imperialism, we also need to question ourselves about the social evils that are gnawing at our society and hampering our growth and development. If we have to soar high like a falcon, the youth of the nation that needs to realize that they are the chosen ones on whose shoulders India’s flight now rests. They need to move beyond the “dead habit(s)” (Tagore). They are the ones who need to dream and explore new horizons. As V.S. Naipaul aptly wrote in A Bend In The River, “[A]fter all, we make ourselves according to the ideas we have of our possibilities.”

Assembly XII-J 08-08-2017

Assembly XII J
Class Teacher: Ms Archna Deepak
Class Representative: Ms Anubha Gopal
Vice Principal : Dr Renu Nayar
Topic : Not All Thos Who Wander Are Lost
Date: 8 August 2017
Cultural Programme Incharge : Ms Abha Chona
Photography :Mr Shankar Giri

In the pursuit of success, we are often compelled to follow the path others have taken. Those who deviate from this path are often considered to be lost and pulled back into it. However, it is often seen that great leaders are those who make their own paths, those who wander. Wandering means exploration: the single most important human quality that propels research and development and sets us apart. Exploration – both internal and external – is, therefore, an extremely essential part of the journey that is our life.

Assembly XII-T 03-08-2017

Class teacher : Mrs. Ritu Nayar.
Class rep. : Mrs. Alinda Holla.
Vice principal : Mrs. Padma Srinivasan.
Topic : Power of imagination is infinite.
Date : 03 August 2017.
Cultural programme incharge : Mrs. Abha Chona.
Photography : Mr. Shankar giri.
Talking about imagination, its boundaries are still to be discovered. Just as the universe, endless and limitless in its very essense, so is the power of imagination, hence, infinite. Imagination starts from where reality ends, it takes perspectives to new heights. The unfathomable power of imagination has successfully played the role of being the driving factor for humans to conquer each and every obstacle that ever hindered their development and continuous advancement. The message, that was successfully conveyed by the students, was that ” Every individual has an infinite power of imagination, but it is important to realise it and use it in good faith”.

Assembly VI-K 02-08-2017

Class teacher-Ms Kretika Gaur
Class rep- Ms Payal Arora
Headmistress-Ms Rashmi Malhotra
Activity Incharge-Ms Binnu Channan
Photography-shankar Giri

True friendship is a way of being mutually lovable to each other! In fact every flourishing relationship has a whiff friendship into it. It’s that transparent and lucid bond between two people where both of the participants are able to share every subtle thing cooking inside the mind even if it is not worth it. And in that way it’s indeed important to maintain true friendship in any relationship

Assembly XII-D 01-08-2017

Assembly- XII-D
Class Teacher- Ms. Suchitra Kaushik
Class rep- Dr. Shachindra Sharma
Vice Principal- Dr. Renu Nayyar
Topic- Ikigai

Ikigai is a Japanese concept that means “a reason for being.” Everyone, according to the Japanese culture, has an ikigai.

Ikigai is about your personal reason for existence. The assembly focussed on our search of self as teenagers, students, daughters, sons and siblings, and various other roles we play.
Being in the senior year, it’s quite common for us to feel stressed about our future after school. Some of us even give up hope if our problems seem too big to us. It is very important to know and act upon what you were born to do which is something we choose to a great extent.
In today’s age, where all we see are the scripted and filtered moments of other people’s lives, and compare ourselves to these seemingly perfect people, self love is crucial. It is very important to know your own worth, and believing that we are all here for a greater purpose.
Ikigai teaches you to come into your own, and as a result, come alive.



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