Assembly X-K X-I 26-04-2018

Assembly  X-I and X-K

Class Teachers : Ashima Aggarwal ( 10 I), Harveen Kaur (10 K)

Class Representative: Ms. Shaloo Khanna

Vice Principal: Ms. Anita Singh

Date: 26/04/2018

Cultural Program Coordinator: Ms. Sudeepta Chatterjee

Photography: Mr.Shankar Giri

Topic: Your aspiration is your greatest treasure

Within our aspirations lie our motivations and within our motivations lies the unique feature which separates us from others; the path we take towards achieving those aspirations. Our aspirations and desires are different, and for the one who is truly passionate, aspiration is a lifelong companion. Thus, it is safe to say that aspiration is like oxygen to the dedicated soul and is our greatest treasure.



Assembly XII-X 25-04-2018

Class Teacher: Dr. Aishwarya Raina Sharma
Class Representative: Dr. Anubha Gopal
Vice Principal: Ms. Padma Srinivasan
Date: 25/04/ 2018
Cultural Programme Coordinator: Ms. Abha Chona
Photography: Mr. Shankar Giri

Topic: No Mud, No Lotus

This assembly was based on the Buddhist principle of Lotus Sutra, which says that without struggle no one can blossom, just like a lotus cannot blossom without mud.

‘A Lotus Grows in the Mud’ is a memoir written by Goldie Hawn in 2005, with author Wendy Holden. This quote was what led to its title: “The lotus is the most beautiful flower, whose petals open one by one. But it will only grow in the mud. In order to grow and gain wisdom, first you must have the mud — the obstacles of life and its suffering. The mud speaks of the common ground that humans share, no matter what our stations in life. Whether we have it all or we have nothing, we are all faced with the same obstacles: sadness, loss, illness, dying and death. If we are to strive as human beings to gain more wisdom, more kindness and more compassion, we must have the intention to grow as a lotus and open each petal one by one”.

In the assembly, the students of class 12X portrayed, through a skit, self composed poems and a choir, that any human being can rise despite the difficult times in life.



Assembly X-H & X-N 24-04-2018

Assembly X-N 24-04-2018
Class Teacher: Ms. Shruti Mishra
Class Representative: Ms. Shaloo Khanna
Vice Principal: Ms. Anita Singh
Date: 24/04/2018
Cultural Program Coordinator: Ms. Sudeepta Chatterjee
Photography: Mr.Shankar Giri

Topic: Mighty Oaks grow from tiny Acorns

This proverb signifies the fact that great things come from small beginnings. This applies to all the great people on earth. With constant hard work accompanied by persistence, the impossible can be achieved and success is sure. It emphasises that life is all about living your dreams. The assembly showcases that to live ones dreams, one must start working on them. No great achiever has ever started his journey with a big achievement, but all of them started with something small on their journey to greatness. All of us have the ability, the strength, the patience and the passion within ourselves to accomplish all our desires. Living dreams is not about starting big, but it’s about getting started.

ASSEMBLY 10-H  24/04/18
Class Teacher: Ms. Jyoti Sharma
Class Representative: Ms. Shaloo Khanna
Vice Principal: Ms. Anita Singh
Date: 24/04/2018
Cultural Program Coordinator: Ms. Sudeepta Chatterjee
Photography: Mr.Shankar Giri

TOPIC: AROUND THE WORLD IN 15 MINUTES

Quoting Audre Lorde,” It is not our differences that divide us, it is our inability to recognize, accept and celebrate those differences.” This topic deals with realizing the beauty underlying these differences and the strength which lies in the very diversity binding all the nations.

The students expressed this theme through a skit portraying four countries- France, Japan, Mexico and India- all of which show immense diversity in cultures, people and landscapes. In the end, however, we can see the unity in this diversity, instilling a sense of belonging among all the nations. Because, after all the world is indeed one family, and we are members of this same world, rising above the borders of culture and language.



Assembly XII-I 19-04-2018

Class Teacher: Mr. Anil Verma
Class Representative: Ms. Alinda Holla
Vice Principal: Ms. Padma Srinivasan
Date: 19/04/2018
Cultural Program Coordinator: Ms. Abha Chona
Photography: Mr.Shankar Giri
Topic: Veni Vidi Vici (We came. We saw. We conquered.)
The topic is about overcoming fears, about conquering life. At every stage of life one has to conquer one inhibition or the other and this helps to grow as an individual.

In the assembly, students of Class XII-I actually conquered their fears by expressing themselves on stage either through a dance or skit. They proved that it’s never too late and school has actually taught them how to handle life after school.



Assembly VIII-G & VIII-I 18-04-2018

Class Teachers: Ms. Aastha Malik (VIII-G), Ms. Sanya Taneja (VIII-I)
Class Representative: Ms. Surbhi Gaur and Ms. Reema
Headmistress: Ms. Rashmi Malhotra
Date: 18 April 2018
Cultural Programme Incharge: Ms.Sudeepta Chatterjee
Photography Incharge: Mr.Shankar Giri

TOPIC: The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step

The quotation encapsulates the idea of mustering courage, will power and determination to take the first step with qualities of perseverance, endurance and fortitude. It highlights the significance of that first move to accomplish the goal.

It is often said, human beings embark on their different journeys to create their own milestones. The journey is largely defined by the first step that they take. There could be hurdles and challenges but the strength lies in overcoming them. It is rightly said “Never give in to the obstacles that lie in your path towards the achievement of your dreams”.

As quoted, the greater the obstacle, the more glory in overcoming it. The students expressed their ideas by presenting a skit portraying stories of heroic figures like Helen Keller, Arunima Sinha and Charlie Chaplin who took the first step despite all adversities. The creative concoction comprised of western choir, dance, self –composed poem and speeches.



Assembly XII-M 17-04-2018

ASSEMBLY XII-M 17-4-2018
Class Teacher: Ms. R. Suchitra
Class Representative: Ms. Alinda Holla
Vice Principal: Dr. Renu Nayar
Date: 17/4/2018
Cultural Program Coordinator: Ms. Abha Chona
Photography: Mr.Shankar Giri
TOPIC: THINK POSITIVE, B+
We are faced with many challenges in our lives. To overcome these challenges, and to be successful, it is required to be positive in thought and deed. We become what we think.
Through this assembly, the class showcased their various talents and also put forth their views on staying positive.



Assembly XII-U 12-04-2018

Class Teacher: Ms Binu Channan
Class Representative: Dr Anubha Gopal
Vice Principal: Ms Padma Srinivasan
Date: 12.4.2018
Cultural Programme Coordinator: Ms Abha Chona
Photography: Mr. Shankar Giri

TOPIC : Don’t Stereotype Me

A stereotype is a preconceived notion that some people have about others which may not be correct. Many people fall victim to it and it might affect their lives. This very idea was manifested by the students in a form of a skit. It was also an amalgamation of various talents in form of melodious song, self composed poem, scintillating and rhythmic dances and compendious speeches.

Through this assembly the class hoped to bring about change in the perception of people and broaden their minds to accept people around them as they are and not be judgemental.



Assembly X-B & X- D 11-04-2018

CLASS: X B
Class Teacher:  Ms. Shital Rao
Class Representative: Ms. Vinita Gupta
Vice Principal: Ms.Anita Singh
Date : 11/04/18
Cultural Programme Incharge: Ms. Sudeepta Chatterjee
Photography: Mr. Shankar Giri

TOPIC: Small changes- Big Impact

It’s rightly said – A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.
What might seem like a small and insignificant change at one stage could lead to a greater impact later. This is called the ‘Butterfly Effect’.

Small acts, when multiplied by millions of people, can change the world. With this view, even a single person can contribute to changing the world by positively altering small things they do in their day to day life. The students of class X B have tried to present this idea through their Class Assembly.

CLASS 10 D
Class Teacher: Ms. Sini Annie Abraham
Class Representative: Ms. Vinita Gupta
Vice Principal: Ms. Anita Singh
DATE: 11/04/2018
Cultural Program Coordinator: Ms. Sudeepta Chatterjee
Photography: Mr. Shankar Giri

Topic: “What the caterpillar calls the end of the world, the master calls a butterfly.”

A new year brings with it the essence of a new beginning. As the leaves shed and grow back, so should humans – by letting go of what has been and embracing what is to come. Cynics will have us believe that every beginning leads to an end, but let us not forget that every ending is followed by a new beginning. When we face mountains that tend to bring a dead end to our walk of life, we can either take a leap of faith and start afresh for a victorious result or brood over things we cannot change.

All we need is a little push in the right direction so that the cocoon breaks, the metamorphosis takes place and a butterfly is born. Our old self then gets replaced by a brighter being.



Assembly XII-O 10-04-2018

Assembly XII-O 10-04-2018
Class Teacher: Mr. Naresh Miglani (Assisted by: Ms. Kaveri Dhar)
Class Representative: Ms. Sushma Sardana
Vice Principal: Ms. Renu Nayyar
Date: 10/04/2018
Cultural Program Coordinator: Ms. Abha Chona
Photography: Mr.Shankar Giri

Topic: Awakening of talent
Talent is not just a label. There is a lot more to it. It does not define you; it does not confine you but rather gives you the wings to take a flight, the flight of life where you get a chance to discover yourself. Talent is the truth on display,the truth of your being. Class 12-O tried to depict it through speeches, dance, self composed poem and an instrumental piece.



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