Assembly XII-V 31-07-2018

Class Teacher: Ms Vijaylakshmi Marwaha

Class Representative: Ms. Anubha Gopal
Vice Principal: Ms. Padma Srinivasan
Date: 31.07.2018
Cultural Programme Incharge: Ms. Abha Chona
Photography: Mr Shankar Giri

Topic: Be a Voice not an Echo

The class assembly of XII-V was based on the famous quote by Albert Einstein, ‘Be a Voice not an Echo’. Nowadays we are so afraid of being different from the others, of not being accepted for who we really are that it prevents us from doing what we truly believe in. But you need to realize that no one is you and that is your power. You need to embrace your power, your individuality and just be yourself in a world full of people being who they are not. You need to be a voice not an echo.

Assembly XII-D (26-07-2018)


Class Teacher: Ms Kavita Kumar
Class Representative: Ms Anubha Gopal
Vice Principal: Ms Padma Srinivasan
Date: 26 July 2018
Cultural Programme Incharge: Ms Abha Chona
Photography : Mr Raj Kumar

Topic: Invenire te Ipsum – Discovering yourself

The Assembly of XII D conveyed the message that discovering oneself is an art which needs to be cultivated all through our lives. Each day is a revelation of discovering oneself and if one keeps an open mind sky is the limit. The secret to success is working on our strengths and eliminating our weaknesses.

Assembly VIII-A & VIII-K 25-07-2018

Assembly VIII-A

Class Teacher : Deepika Malhotra
Class Representative : Ms Reema Khosla
Headmistress : Ms Rashmi Malhotra
Date: 25/7/18
Cultural Programme Incharge: Ms. Sudeepta Chatterjee
Photography: Mr. Raj Kumar

Topic: Philosophy of Life

The assembly was a dedication to our student Late Kushi Chopra. The presentation put forward different views on life and death, moksha, karma and afterlife. The assembly began with prayer lead by the Principal, Ms. Vanita Sehgal. The presentation included ‘Shiv Vandana’, news, speeches and thought for the day. The skit included the lecture given by Lord Krishna to Arjuna on the battlefield of Mahabharata, next came the teachings of Lord Buddha to his followers all dressed as monks. The assembly concluded with the ‘Tandav’ dance with the ‘Mahamritunjay Mantra’ at the end. All the children of the class contributed to the presentation befitting their talent. The students of the class also presented a token of love to Kushi Chopra’s mother in the form of a photo collage and written poetry and messages.

Assembly VIII-K

Class Teacher : Dr P Chinna
Class Representative : Ms Surbhi Gupta
Headmistress : Ms Rashmi Malhotra
Date: 25/7/18
Cultural Programme Incharge: Ms. Sudeepta Chatterjee
Photography: Mr. Raj Kumar

Topic: Kargil Ke Veer Nayak

VIII-K tries to convey the message that the real heroes of our country are our army men. Kargil Divas is celebrated  every year on 26 July .Through this assembly the students gave  tribute to the Army.

Assembly XII–T  (23- 07-2018)

Class Teacher: Ms. Shelly Malhotra
Class Representative: Ms. Anubha Gopal
Vice Principal: Ms. Padma Srinivasan
Date: 23.07.2018
Cultural Programme Incharge: Ms. Abha Chona
Photography: Mr. Raj Kumar

Topic: Haminastu

XII-T tries to convey the message that Haminastu is a power within us. It is something that can’t be seen but rather something which can be felt. We have it inhabited in our lives, in our souls and in our hearts. Haminastu has been used to describe the beauty of Kashmir and it essentially means that if there is a paradise on earth then it is here, it is here, it is here. Whatever we require to succeed in life, it can be found right within us.

Assembly XII-B, XII-K (19-07-2018)

Assembly  XII – B

Class Teacher: Mr. Ajay Goel
Class Representative: Ms. Sushma Sardana
Vice Principal: Ms. Renu Nayyar

Date: 19/07/2018
Cultural Programme Incharge: Ms. Abha Chona
Photography:  Mr. Raj Kumar

Topic: Where The Mind Is Without Fear And The Head Is Held High 

The assembly of Class XII-B was based on Rabindranath Tagore’s famous poem “ Where the mind is without fear and the head is held high”. The message of the poem is also applicable to our individual struggles for personal freedom and growth. Through poems, speeches and music, XII B conveyed how letting go of fear plays a key role in the journey to success.

Assembly  XII – K
Class Teacher: Mr. Parminder Chopra
Class Representative: Ms. Alinda Holla
Vice Principal: Ms. Renu Nayar
Date: 19.07.2018
Cultural Programme Incharge: Ms. Abha Chona
Photography: Mr. Raj Kumar

TOPIC: Filtering The Noise

The assembly of XII – K tried to convey the message that media now a days is aggravating the events and issues happening around us which creates negativity in our minds. As educated and responsible citizens, we should filter out the unnecessary and aggravated information and create positivity in the society.

Assembly IX-I & IX-J (18-07-2018)

Assembly IX-I AND IX-J (18-07-2018)

Class Teachers : Ms. Mahashweta Sen (1X-I) and Ms. Komal Chaudhary (1X- J)
Class Representative: Ms Taruna Didi
Vice Principal : Ms. Anita Singh
Date : 18-07-18
Cultural Programme Incharge : Ms Sudeepta Chatterjee
Photography : Mr Raj Kumar


Life is full of challenges and that is what makes life exciting. It is important to face obstacles with strength and fearlessness to achieve what one desires.

The assembly of IX-I and IX-J exhibited the theme ‘Where the mind is without fear and the head is held high’ with great enthusiasm, vigour and zeal.


Assembly XII-W (12-07-2018)

Class Teacher : Ms Sabreena Bansal
Class Representative: Ms Alinda Hola
Vice Principal : Ms. Padma Srinivasan
Date : 12-07-18
Cultural Programme Incharge : Ms Abha Chona
Photography : Mr Shankar Giri

Topic : Children are not things to be moulded but they are people to be unfolded

It is important to create awareness about the Child’s rights in the society. Childhood can and must be preserved. Children have the right to survive, develop, be protected and participate in decisions that impact their lives. But we all know that children are the most vulnerable part of the society and can easily be targeted.

In India we have enacted many laws & Acts related to children in order to protect them  and give them a better life: The Child Labour Act 1986, The Child Marriage Restraint Act 1986, The Juvenile Justice Act 2000, Right to Education Act 2002.

Assembly VII-A & VII-B (11-07-2018)

ASSEMBLY VII-A 11-07-2018

Class Teacher: Ms Divya Chaturvedi
Class Representative: Ms Rituraj
Head Mistress: Ms Rashmi Malhotra
Date: 11.07.2018
Cultural Programme Coordinator: Ms Sudeepta Chatterjee
Photography: Mr Shankar Giri

Topic: Manzil Se Sundar Hain Rahein.

The assembly tells us to focus on the journey, not the destination. Joy is found not in finishing an activity but in doing it. Everything happening around us is very random. We should enjoy the phase as the journey is far more enjoyable than the destination. The students of class VII-A performed Guru vandana, followed by news update, thought of the day, speech, an instrumental performance and an Italian folk dance.

ASSEMBLY VII-B 11-07-2018

Class Teacher: Ms. Akshita Luthra
Class Representative: Ms. Ritu Raj
Head Mistress: Ms. Rashmi Malhotra
Date: 11.07.2018
Cultural Programme Coordinator: Ms. Sudeepta Chatterjee
Photography: Mr. Shankar Giri

Theme: Fools have failures;The wise, an experience…

Franklin D. Roosevelt said, “Men are not prisoners of fate, but their own minds.” As we move into a more competitive world, we are not only becoming slaves to technology and society but also of our own conditioning. Success, which was earlier linked with satisfaction and learning, is now defined in terms of winning and earning more money. The lack of any of these is termed as failure. We are gradually moving away from the ideals of team spirit and appreciating the worthy opponent. We, as people seem to be forgetting that success and failure are really two sides of the same coin and all it needs is a flip of the coin to change one’s situation. It is thus imperative to reflect and realize that winning is not the only parameter to define if one is successful. There are more important ideas that merit attention such as happiness, contentment, and the experience that one gains. After all, as Paulo Coelho said, “Nothing can substitute experience”.

Assembly XII-J 10-07-2018

Class Teacher: Ms. M. Sudeshna
Class Representative: Ms. Sushma Sardana
Vice Principal: Ms. Renu Nayyar

Date: 10/07/2018
Cultural Programme Incharge: Ms. Abha Chona
Photography: Mr. Shankar Giri

Topic: The Third Side of The Coin

Historically, society has always drawn the line between what is considered good and what is considered bad- White or black, truth or lie. We grow up believing in a world that is one-dimensional, with certain deeds considered good or bad. However, just like behind every successful person are people who motivate and empower him, behind every criminal, every thief, every depressed person and every outlier are circumstances that have forced him to shape into who he is. We often choose to pride ourselves on moulding the successful people into what they are, but never hold ourselves accountable for insulting, demeaning, and hurting people.

XII-J talked about this side of society, the one which tends to distance itself from the grey part- between black and white; the third side of the coin.

Assembly (10-07-2018)

Assembly X-E, X-G 05-07-2018

Class Teacher: Ms. Nisha Gupta
Class Representative: Ms. Vinita Gupta
Vice Principal: Ms. Anita Singh
Date: 05. 07. 2018
Cultural Programme Coordinator: Ms. Sudeepta Chatterjee
Photography: Mr. Shankar Giri

Topic: संकल्प से सिद्धि तक

In order to arrive at the desired destination, one must set their eyes on the ultimate goal. There will be hurdles and distractions, but only those who stay focused and refuse to give up make it to the very end. The journey is never easy, but if you keep going, you’ll finally realize your dreams.

That’s exactly what Dashrath Manjhi did.

Now known as the Mountain Man, Manjhi finished a seemingly impossible task, even though it took him 22 years to do so. Despite all odds, he created history.

He showed the world that impossible is nothing; a winning ideology we want our students to embody for life.

Class Teacher: Ms Shraddha Parmar
Class Representative: Ms Vinita Gupta
Vice Principal: Ms Anita Singh
Date : 05.07.2018

Cultural Programme Coordinator: Ms Sudeepta Chatterjee

Photography :Mr Shankar Giri

TOPIC-Seeds of Hope

Children of Class X-G emphasized on the importance of sowing the seed of hope in every heart to make the earth a more beautiful place , where there is peace, love and harmony for all flora, fauna and humans to coexist in a congenial environment.

Assembly XII-C 04-07-2018

ASSEMBLY Xll C   04-07-2018

Class Teacher: Ms. Kajal Sethi
Class Representative: Ms. Sushma Sardana
Vice Principal: Dr. Renu Nayar
Date: 04.07.2018
Cultural Programme Coordinator: Ms. Abha Chona
Photography: Mr. Shankar Giri

Topic: You are enough, a thousand times enough.

In life we often find ourselves assaulted by self-doubt. That’s when you’ve got to remember- you are enough, a thousand times enough. You are enough, means that you don’t have to strive to become more worthy, more valid, more acceptable or more loved. Just believe in yourself and all that you are. The attitude that we hold about ourselves is what allows us to move forward in life and achieve our goals.



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