Class Presentation XI-B & X-N 05-10-2020

Topic- “No matter how yesterday was, birds always start the new day with a song”

Everyday may not be the same for every person There are days when we feel like the happiest person in the world, and there are some days when we feel like giving up. But each day has only one thing in common, and that is your perspective towards it. This topic has been chosen to highlight the importance of positivity in life. It shows that “Every Day Is A New Day” and so, the happenings of the past should not affect the present or the future. 

The presentation also focused  on the auspicious event of the ZIRO FESTIVAL celebrated in Arunachal Pradesh. It is an outdoor music festival in the Ziro Valley of North East.  This festival has a zero plastic policy and encourages attendees to be responsible for leaving behind no waste. 

The presentation was Introduced by Kaustubh Bubna and  melodious and soulful prayer “Deh Siva Var Mohe” sung by Navya Wadhwa, Shailanya Dutta and Gurmehar Karwal. It was followed by the Thought for the day by Tanya Bhardwaj, explained by Lakshay Gupta. An Act in the form of a conversation between human beings and nature highlighting the importance of nature was then performed by Gopal Krishna Halder, Ved Motani, Shailanya, Tanvi Gupta, Gurmehar Karwal, Ekta Tiwari and Samriddhi Routray. It included melodious songs and thoughts related to Nature. A meaningful Shloka was recited by Ekta Tiwari and explained in detail by Samriddhi Routray. Later, a mesmerizing self composed poem was recited by Sia Bindrani. Ishika Neb presented a speech explaining the topic.The vote of thanks was delivered by Smiti Chawla. The creative work on the slide was done by Roop Kiran and the invite was designed by Ved Motani while all the editing work along with the music compilation was done by Roop Kiran.

Class Teacher- Ms Kajal Sethi
Class – XI B
Vice Principal- Dr Renu Nayar
Class Representative –  Ms Ritu Kumar
Activity Incharge – Ms Binu Channan

Topic-Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will.

“Just an old man in a loin cloth in distant India. Yet when he passed, humanity wept.”                 ~ Louis Fischer

Mahatma Gandhi, one of the titans of the 20th century and the pioneer of non- violent motion was an inspiration to nationalists and socialists around the globe. Keeping the spirit of Gandhi Jayanti alive,the class chose one of Bapu’s ideals as their theme. 

The class presentation commenced with an auspicious approach with Ayesha Omar singing the harmonious bhajan Vaishnav Jan To, also as an ode to the Father himself.  Then Aarav Mathur gave out the thought of the day with a spirit to seize the day. Next,  Aditi Gaur and Prathmesh Jha recited their self- composed poems which reflected the power of poetry and brought about a new aspect to the theme. Furthermore, Maisha, Manya, Shubham, Mahika and Prarthana threw light upon the Gandhian philosophy of will power and how strength truly does not come from physical capacity but comes from an indomitable will, accompanied by real life examples. Lastly a hymn was collectively recited, headed by Aditi to bring about serenity. Tunav Kumar delivered the vote of thanks. The comperes, Medha, Aniket, Aadhya, Kavin, Shaina and Prathmesh kept the topic upheld during the presentation whilst introducing the various conventions of the assembly.

Class Teacher- Ms Dimple Menon
Class – X N
Headmistress _ Ms Rashmi Malhotra
Class Representative –  Ms Surbhi Gupta
Activity Incharge – Ms Kaveri Dhar