Assembly XI-M & XI-N

Class teacher: Ms. Suruchi (M), Ms. Jagmeet Babbar (N)
Class Representative: Ms. Sangeeta Mishra
Vice Principal: Dr. Renu Nayar
Date: 17.11.17
Cultural Programme Coordinator: Ms. Abha Chona
Photography: Mr. Shankar Giri

Topic: Grow through what you go through.

The students of class 11M and 11N delineate how the topic is truly an important demeanour of life and adopted by most well-known personalities in the world. Through speeches on well-known personalities and dedicated poetry by Sarah Kay, students represent how one grew from circumstances they faced and struggled through strenuous difficulties to attain extraordinary highs. Dance and group choir are prepossessingly choreographed.



Assembly XI-W & XI-X 16-11-2017

Class Teacher: MS. Kaveri Dhar (W),  Ms. Preeti Pratihari (X)
Class Representative: Ms. Richa Aggarwal
Vice-Principal: Ms. Padma Srinivasan
Date: 16.11.17
Cultural Programme Coordinator: Ms. Abha Chona
Photography: Mr. Shankar Giri

Topic: It is better to build strong children than to repair broken men.

The students of class 11W and 11X portray how this statement holds true  and is inextricably linked to issues surrounding early childhood. Through a skit incorporated with a graceful dance and melodious tunes, the students depict the fragile thread that connects a child to the parent.



Assembly IX-K and IX-L 15-11-2017

Class Teachers :  IX K  Ms. Mahasweta Sen  /   IX L Ms. Dimple Menon
Class Representative: Ms. Ritu Kumar
Vice- Principal: Ms. Anita Singh
Date: 15th November 2017
Cultural Programme Incharge: Ms.Binu Channan
Photography : Mr.Shankar Giri

TOPIC: “ONE CHILD, ONE TEACHER, ONE BOOK, ONE PEN CAN CHANGE THE WORLD.”

November is the month best known for Children’s day and it is a reason to celebrate. Children bring into our life lots of happiness, innocence and playfulness. As children mature into adolescents, they start forming their perspective of this world and its future. They start building their expectations for a better world that they will create, as they are the tomorrow. They will take the world forward into a brighter future. We just need to put our faith in them and support them. The assembly of 9K&L-“WE ARE THE WORLD WE ARE THE FUTURE” emphasises the aims and aspirations of the children show cased through speeches, songs, dance and effective thoughts.



Assembly IX-C & IX-G 07-11-2017

Assembly IX-C  7-11-2017
Class Teacher : Ms. Manu Gupta
Class Representative : Mr. Anang Saxena
Vice Principal : Ms. Anita Singh
Date: 07 November 2017
Cultural Programme Coordinator : Ms. Binu Chanan
Photography: Mr. Shankar Giri

Topic – Science for Peace and Development

Peace is about different nations working together toward a common goal, rather than fighting against each other. Development is to bring the state of humankind to a better and humanely acceptable condition from what it is today. The awe of the beautiful universe makes differences in cultures, languages, colours, genders, religions, and ideologies simply disappear. We firmly believe that basic scientific research is a true peacemaker for humankind. We have seen it at many points of time when people from different nations came together just for one cause, to unravel the mysteries of this universe. We live on a tiny rock in a galaxy amongst billions of galaxies in the universe. When we look at the big picture our petty differences and vendettas seem insignificant. That is what science does, it helps to look at this big picture and allows humans to exist in harmony.

Assembly IX-G  7-11-2017
Class Teacher : Ms. Deepika Parashari
Class Representative : Mr. Anang Saxena
Headmistress : Ms. Anita Singh
Date: 07 November 2017
Cultural Programme Coordinator : Ms. Binu Chanan
Photography: Mr. Shankar Giri
Topic – Time……It’s Running Out

Time is perhaps the most valuable resource today . To make any progress in life it is essential to manage time in a wise manner .In the assembly of IX-G we are trying to put forth this very idea.



Assembly VIII-A & VIII-B 03-11-2017

Assembly VIII-A 3-11-2017
Class Teacher : Mr Sushil Prasad Verma
Class Representative : Ms Reema Khosla
Headmistress : Ms Rashmi Malhotra
Date: 03 November 2017
Cultural Programme Coordinator : Ms. Binu Chanan
Photography: Mr. Shankar Giri

Topic – “Kisaano ka saath, Bharat ka vikas” (Hindi)

India is a country consisting mainly of villages. More than 70% of the population resides in villages. Indian farmers are still living in miserable conditions. Living in an urban civilisation, it is the goal of our assembly to make the students aware about the conditions of the farmers and their needs. We have to make everyone more empathetic towards the farmers. India will develop only when the peasant’s progress is ascertained. We need the assistance from the government too. Modern techniques should also be brought to the fore.

Assembly VIII-B 3-11-2017
Class Teachers: Ms. Divya Chaturvedi
Class Representative : Ms. Reema Khosla
Head Mistress : Ms. Rashmi Malhotra
Date : 3 November 2017
Cultural Programme Incharge : Ms. Binu Chanan
Photography: Mr. Shankar Giri

TOPIC : Mujhe Jeene Do (Let me live)

The empowerment of girls and women starts on the benches of school with quality education and access to culture and information. Gender equality implies literacy for girls which opens up genuine possibilities for them to become anything they wish for and to make their own informed choices. This is essential for Human Rights and for the sustainable development of the society as a whole. The assembly raised the issue of gender equality and the adversities faced by girls, with an aim to increase awareness amongst them so that they can achieve success in society.



Assembly XI-A & XI- B  2-11-2017

Class Teachers:  XI-A  Ms. Usha Diptivilasa / XI-B  Ms. Kusum Yadav
Class Representative : Ms. Sangeeta Misra
Vice Principal : Dr. Renu Nayar
Date : 2 November 2017
Cultural Programme Incharge :  Ms. Abha Chona
Photography Incharge : Mr. Shankar Giri

TOPIC : Kites fly higher against the wind

The way kites fly against the wind is amazing, they don’t fly with the wind. Though the turbulence in the air forces the kite to lose track and move here and there, the kite still manages to manoeuvre itself using aerodynamic skills.

When circumstances are against, the general trend is to lose hope and surrender. This is when one should take inspiration from these kites. Sky is never the limit for those who have the will and determination to be successful. More the challenges, sturdy would be the success.



Assembly VI-H 01-11-2017

Class Teacher: Ms. Bhumika Gupta
Class Representative: Ms. Payal Arora
Headmistress: Ms. Rashmi Malhotra
Topic: Harmony and Brotherhood
Date: 01-11-2017
Cultural Programme In charge: Ms Binu Channan
Photography : Mr Shankar Giri

C. JoyBell C. once said, “We are all equal in the fact that we are all different” and hence our strength lies not in our similarities but in our differences and being tolerant of them.

Our aim should be to dissolve all boundaries and evolve into one big global family and adopt the concept of global citizenship.
India, despite being one of the most popular nation with 29 states and home to at least 9 recognized religions, 22 official languages, over 150 different mother tongues, innumerable cultures and beliefs, we stand firm as a nation inspite of all this diversity; simply because we are tolerant, sensitive and united by the bond of humanity and brotherhood.



Assembly IX-I and IX-J  25-10-2017

Class Teachers
IX I:  Ms. Neera Sahney  /   IX J:  Ms. Manjushree Chaudhuri

Class Representative:
Ms. Ritu Kumar

Vice- Principal:
Ms. Anita Singh

Date: 25th October 2017

Cultural Programme Incharge: Ms.Binu Channan

Photography : Mr.Shankar Giri

TOPIC: A FEMINIST IS ANYONE WHO RECOGNIZES THE EQUALITY AND FULL HUMANITY OF WOMEN AND MEN

Feminism is not a voice of protest. It is not the belief that one gender should be raised in power above another. Feminism at its core means that the different behaviour, aspirations and needs of women and men are considered, valued and favoured equally. It does not mean that women and men have to become the same, but that their rights, responsibilities and opportunities will not depend on whether they are born male or female but  according to their respective needs , potential and  existential value. A true feminist thus desires a society where there is liberation of intellect from complexes, taboos, atrocities and fear .



Assembly VI-A 12-10-2017

Class Teacher: Ms. Sanya Taneja

Class Representative: Ms Pratibha Sacher

Headmistress: Ms. Rashmi Malhotra

TOPIC: INTERNATIONAL DAY OF THE GIRL CHILD

Date: 12 October 2017

Cultural Programme Incharge: Ms.Binu Chanan

Photography Incharge: Mr.Shankar Gin

 

“In every seed lies the promise of a forest, it only needs to be nurtured”

The idea of nurturing and conditioning young minds through the process of socialisation in a manner where equal opportunities are offered is encapsulated.

Talking about the International Day of the girl child which is celebrated worldwide on 11thOctober, it becomes essential to recognise the rights of the girls and unique challenges girls face around the world. It is a response to an urgent problem faced by the world today  which is the neglect and devaluation of girls around the world.

Gender is a social construct which hampers growth in a male dominated society .The patriarchal set up of a society subordinates women ideologically making it difficult to think critically. We need to combat the shackles of a regressive society by empowering women with equality. We must value our female population and give them equal education, financial, legislation and professional opportunities to fulfil our dream of a progressive society and nation.



Assembly XI-K & XI-L 11-10-2017

Class Teachers: Ms. Minakshi Bidkar and Ms. Shalini Harisukh
Class Representative: Mr Mukesh Nagpal
Vice Principal: Ms. Renu Nayar
Topic: Benediction
Date: 11 October 2017
Cultural Programme Incharge: Ms. Abha Chona
Photography Incharge: Mr. Shankar Giri

In order to complete our amazing life journey successfully it is vital that we turn each and every dark tear into a pearl of wisdom. Let’s find the blessing in every curse. Don’t think of the things you don’t get after praying, think of the countless blessings god gives you without asking. Our wisdom, creativity, good health & a girl child are few of the abundant blessings we should be grateful for. Learning from our mistakes and growing from experiences are part of the gift of life.



Assembly X-I & X-J 10-10-2017

Class Teachers: Ms. Anjana Virmani and Ms. Harveen Kaur
Call Representative: Ms. Vanita Gupta
Vice Principal: Ms. Anita Singh
Topic: A ship is safe at shore, but it is not meant to be there .
Date: 10 October 2017
Cultural Programme Incharge: Ms. Binu Channan
Photography Incharge: Mr. Shankar Giri

A ship is safe at the shore, but it is not built to be there. It simply means that to fulfil our true purpose in life we need to step out and make our way in the world. Just like a ship, if we stay at port we will be comfortable; but we will rot and become nothing more than a hollow vessel which did not reach its destination. It is possible that we may ‘sink’, but some dangers are worth facing. Life is nothing if we don’t take risks. We attain a meaning only by experiencing everything life has to offer, even if it may not be the best of things. While it is true that to take all risks would be foolhardy, there are some worth taking. Yet which are the risks worth taking?



Assembly XII-E 31-08-2017

Class Teacher : Mr. M Hussain
Class Rep :Dr. Shachindra sharma
Vice Principal : Dr Renu Nayar
Topic : Filling the interstices with different hues
Date : 31 August 2017
Cultural Programme Incharge : Mrs Abha Chona
Photography :Mr Shankar Giri

Life is a journey with a start and an end. But in between these two eventualities is a blank canvas, and we as artists must fill this canvas with vivid colours and vibrant hues. This canvas is what defines the length of our life not really the start and end. This gap must not be perceived to be a wasteland but rather an entity with immense possibilities. Like Mendeleev, when we look at the periodic table of our lives these gaps must not be viewed as failures but rather chances to do better and aim higher. As someone rightly said, ‘In your lifetime, what happens to you is just 10% but how you react to it defines the rest of your 90%.’



Assembly X-B 30-08-2017

Class Teacher-Mrs Nisha Gupta
Class Rep-Shalu Khanna
Vice Principal: Mrs Anita Singh
Topic- ‘Koshish Karne Walon Ki Kabhi  Haar Nahin Hoti’
Date : 30 August 2017.
Cultural Programme Incharge: Ms.Binu Channan
Photography Incharge:Mr.Shankar Giri

It has been rightly said, ‘Try till you succeed because success comes only to people who work towards it’. One has to believe that perseverance can strengthen your motivation and in spite of all obstacles it is this trait that distinguishes the strong soul from the weak. Hence to succeed one has to move on and achieve the impossible.



Assembly X-F 30-08-2017

Class teacher: Mrs. Seema Mehta
Class rep. : Ms. Shalu Khanna
Vice principal: Mrs. Anita Singh
Topic : Simple Living & High Thinking
Date : 30 August 2017.
Cultural Programme Incharge: Ms.Binu Channan
Photography Incharge:Mr.Shankar Giri

The current generation feels that elaborate living is more conducive than simple living. But in the long run, it leads to deviation and distracts one from the goal. Simplicity is probably the greatest virtue, In this atomic era, the harmony between the ideals of plain living and high thinking have lost their value. As is well-known, Mahatma Gandhi was always dressed in a dhoti and still moved the entire world with his dynamic thinking. Similarly, APJ Abdul Kalam, Abraham Lincoln, Lal Bahadur Shashtri, and our Prime Minister Narendra Modi have proved that simple living is a better way of achieving greatness.



Assembly XII-K 29-08-2017

Assembly XII-K
Class Teacher : Mrs R.Suchitra
Class Rep :Dr. Anubha Gopal
Vice Principal : Dr Renu Nayar
Topic : The Seven Minutes
Date : 29 August 2017
Cultural Programme Incharge : Mrs Abha Chona
Photography :Mr Shankar Giri

Rabindranath Tagore once said, “The butterfly counts not months but moments, and has time enough”. Transformation is a process and as life happens, there are tons of ups and downs and in these ups and downs, the moments of happiness that we enjoy take us by surprise. It is not that we seize them, but that they seize us. You are making these memories and suddenly one day, you are on your death-bed and your life flashes before your eyes. The nest of memories, that you had weaved all these years breaks into shards, exploding itself, giving you the opportunity to relive them again for the next seven minutes. So, if your life flashes before your eyes,what moments would you like to relive in THE SEVEN MINUTES?



Assembly X-A 24-08-2017

Class Teacher: Ms. Swati Verma
Class Representative: Ms.Shalu Khanna
Vice Principal: Ms. Anita Singh
Topic: ”To Seek The Extraordinary”
Cultural Programme Incharge: Ms.Binu Channan
Photography Incharge:Mr.Shankar Giri

‘To seek the extraordinary’ a food for thought for everyone who would be encouraged to think about their life in the future and how they want it to turn out-‘Ordinary or Extraordinary’. Striving to be extraordinary through sincere efforts and not denigrating the ordinary is the key to success..



Assembly X-D 24-08-2017

Class teacher: Mrs.Sini Annie Abraham
Class representative: Ms. Shalu Khanna
Vice Principal: Mrs. Anita Singh
Topic: Problems are not stop signs, they are guidelines.
Assembly in-charge: Mrs. Binu Channan
Photography in-charge: Mr.Shankar Giri

Life is not a bed of roses. In order to achieve success, we must have the courage to face & overcome the difficulties that come along our way. Wonderful things are possible if we take our problems and turn it into a challenge. A challenge means to keep going ahead until we find a solution. Any problem where we lose faith in ourselves and stop trying, becomes a dead end..a stop sign. But as soon as we look for more ways to solve our problems, by improvising the areas required, it becomes a guideline…opening doors for new opportunities.





Assembly XII-X 23-08-2017

Class Teacher : Ms Aishwarya Sharma
Class Representative : Ms Alinda Holla
Vice Principal : Ms Padma Srinivasan
Topic: Censorship of expression
Date: 23rd August 2017
Cultural Programme Incharge : Ms Abha Chona
Photography Incharge : Mr Shankar Giri

Yevgeny Yevtushenko once said ,” when truth is replaced by silence, the silence is a lie.” Freedom of speech , a fundamental right , yet, denied . In a world of opinions, all different and unique, what happens when you are gagged by the cloth of censorship ? What happens when you are made to censor the way you feel , the way you think? We became an independent country 71 years ago , so why does it feel like we’re still fighting for our freedom ?



Assembly X-G 22-08-2017

Class Teacher: Ms Arti Trivedi
Class Representative: Ms Vinita Gupta
Vice Principal : Ms Anita Singh
Topic : The Greatest Glory is not in never falling but in rising every time We fall
Date : 22 August 2017
Cultural Programme Incharge : Ms. Binu Channan
Photography Incharge : Mr. Shankar Giri

“The greatest glory  is not in never falling but in rising every time we fall.

To take up new challenges is essential for growth and learning.

The strength does not come from winning, Our failures develop our strength and enthusiasm. Success comes only to people who work and not lose their enthusiasm.



Assembly X-H 22-08-2017

Class Teacher: Ms. Sunita Johar
Class Representative: Ms Vanita Gupta
Vice Principal: Ms Anita Singh
Topic: Clouds Can’t Hide The Starry Sky
Date: 22 August 2017
Cultural Programme Incharge : Ms. Binu Channan
Photography In charge : Mr. Shankar Giri

 ‘ The Clouds can’t hide the Starry Sky’. For the pursuit of one’s dreams, one can cross all obstacles and overcome any adversity. The difficulties have always existed but those who have overcome the difficulties have also existed.

The clouds hide the grandeur of the majestic sky but eventually the winds will always disperse them to reveal the sparkling sky. Faith in optimism will always make us overcome the hurdles and we can achieve greater heights.



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