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


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


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?



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