Children’s Social Conclave on G20 competition (2023)

                                                                    अयं निजः परोवेति गणना लघुचेतसाम्

                                                                    उदारचरितानां तु वसुधैव कुटुम्बकम्॥

Gandhi Smriti,Darshan Samiti & Action committee unaided recognised private schools organised Children’s Social Conclave on G20 held on May 6, 2023, to foster understanding of the theme of India’s G20 Presidency among school students and inspire them to think of actionable Programmes and Projects. The theme of the discussion was “Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam: One Earth, One Family, One Future.”  This Children’s Social Conclave had participation from 69 schools. Under the guidance of the Principal Ms. Padma Srinivasan, the students of Delhi Public School, Ram Krishna Puram also took part in this competition and secured first position. The presentation commenced with sanskrit shlok and dance which expressed the meaning of vasudhaiv kutumbakam. After that speech was given through posters on the given topic.The poster  has been made with an old cardboard box  and  old  fabric banner  installed on an iron frame.Small pieces of leftover cardboard have been pasted to make details of the relief work such as fish scales,clothes,spots on deer,eyes,grass,leaves etc.The Earth has been shown  in green and blue as usual representing the land and aquatic bodies. The fish and the deer represent  the marine and animal life on the earth which inhabit  and survive along with the humans coexisting together peacefully thus establishing the idea of One-family. The two children carry the idea of preservation with the girl holding a dove  in her hand and the boy holding a flower representing the protection of life and nature as our moral duty towards one healthy and bright future.The board also raises the ideas  and concerns towards the prevailing issues,social and environmental that are required to be addressed  to make the whole world a better place to live

The Sanskrit shlok was presented by Anika Goyal of class X-C, the dance was performed by Plaksha Devshi of class XI-W, speech was delivered by Vinayak Gaur of class XII-O and Anika Goyal of class X-C.  The aesthetic artwork and design was by Vanya Rajput XII-W and Diya of class XI-T. The programme concluded with  the sanskrit shlok and  dance which express the relevance of the topic in today’s world.