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15th October 2014 - Assembly on International Day of the Girl Child

The International Day of the girl child is an international observance day declared by United Nations 11th October 2011 was the first time this day was celebrated for girls.

This day is celebrated to spread awareness of gender inequality faced by the girls worldwide.

An assembly was presented by the tiny tots of class Buds – B to spread awareness among the audience including areas such as right to education, nutrition, legal rights etc.

A skit depicting a village scene where girls are not allowed to study & are forced to do household work was presented by the young children, followed by some quotes which made the audience applaud. A motivational poem “Koshish Karne Walo ki Kabhi Haar Nahi Hoti” written by Harivansh Rai Bachchan was recited by the children and kept the audience spell bound.

The assembly came to an end with a dazzling dance performance and was thoroughly enjoyed by one and all.

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15th October 2014 – Career Counselling Session by K. R. Mangalam

With an aim to accomplish the objective of career development and one’s inclination towards the specified intrusion into the global world, students of class XII of SGS were offered a career counselling session by Vivek Sharma, Manager (International Relations), K. R. Mangalam University on 15th October 2014. The students were educated about different career options available to the students belonging to Science and Commerce streams. The different courses offered by the university and the eligibility for specific courses were also discussed. Queries and doubts of the students regarding the career options were cleared personally by him.

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(10th – 13th) October 2014 – CBSE North Zone - I Roller Skating Championship 2014

Sachdeva Global School, Dwarka have won 1 Gold, 1 Silver and 1 Bronze medals in the CBSE North Zone-I Roller Skating Championship – 2014 held at KBDAV Senior Secondary Public School Sec-7B Chandigarh on 10th – 13th October 2014.

Almost 2600 skaters from 250 School North Zone-1 participated in competition. Shubham Singh of class XI B came first and has been selected to represent the school at CBSE National Finals.

The results were as follows:
NAME CLASS PRIZE
SHUBHAM SINGH XI - B GOLD
SILVER
SOURABH SANGWAN VII - A BRONZE
JASMINE KAUR HANJRA V - B 4TH POSITION
SAI SMARRANN S V II - E 4TH POSITION














2nd October 2014 - Swachhata Divas

On the call of the visionary Prime Minister of India, Sh. Narendra Modi, the students and staff of Sachdeva Global School celebrated “Swachhata Divas’ on 2nd October 2014 by carrying out yet another plantation drive in the park in Sector – 18A, Dwarka which has already been adopted and cleanliness taken care of by the school. The collaboration between the RWA members and the school was a step towards the Nation’s goal of “Clean India, Green India”.

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30th September 2014 – Assembly on Gandhi Jayanti

Gandhi Jayanti is the national festival celebrated every year on 2nd October. It marks the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.

On this occasion children of class Buds–A presented an inspiring assembly on 30th September 2014. It began with introductory lines and motivational quotes spoken by Mahatma Gandhi and his contribution to our freedom struggle. Children also dramatized a rhyme named ‘3 wise monkeys of Bapu’. Portraying – see no evil, hear no evil and say no evil. The tiny tots also presented a lively dance performance on the song ‘Vande Mataram’. The assembly was very informative and thoroughly enjoyed by one and all.

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29th September 2014 – Visit to SBI Bank

In an endeavor to provide hands on experience, students of class XIIB visited the main branch of STATE BANK OF INDIA at Parliament Street on 29th September 2014 along with their teachers. The visit provided them an opportunity to observe and understand banking activities.

Students were welcomed through the E lobby OF SBI that included the machines which are used for depositing & withdrawal of money .Students were shown the entire process of depositing and withdrawal of cash at various counters, locker availability, depositing of cheque and priority banking facility etc. Students were made familiar with various documents used in bank like Pay-in-slip, Cheque book and Pass book. SBI gave an opportunity to students to open their own savings accounts as well. .

At the end, queries of students were addressed well by the employees of SBI. The visit was well grasped by students and such an exposure will certainly enriched the students with general procedures about banking procedures.



29th September 2014 – Talent Hunt Competition - I

“If you're young and talented, it's like you have wings!”
― Haruki Murakami

Talent is the gift by God that is instilled in every person, and to nurture and polish it, is our gift back to God. To help our little artists in this task, a talent hunt was organized for them in the school premises. It was an intra class competition among the students of class I. Students were encouraged to participate in different categories namely – singing, dancing and instrumental, to showcase their hidden talents with great poise and confidence. It was a beautiful sight to see such young children, moving to the beats of the songs, some surprising us with their melodious voices and few others astonishing us with the magic their little fingers could do, on the musical instruments. They were judged on various aspects of their performances like costumes, expression, rhythm, clarity etc. It was a delightful event to see such young talents compete with one another with great enthusiasm. Concluding the competition, our judges Mrs. Poonam and Mrs. Shiny, announced the following results for the talent hunt:

NAME CLASS CATEGORY POSITION
JANICE PANDIT I E SINGING IST
RANBIR SINGH OBEROI I C SINGING IST
ADITYA JOSHI I A SINGING 2ND
VANSHIKA I A SINGING 2ND
LAKSHAY I E SINGING 2ND
BRAHMANSH LAMBA I B SINGING 3RD
MAANASVIR SINGH NANDA I F SINGING 3RD
MANTHIKA CHHABRA I F SINGING 3RD
ROHAN SHARMA I B DANCE IST
RIEDHIMA RAISURANA I F DANCE 2ND
AARSHIA SHARMA I F DANCE 2ND
REET SHARMA I C DANCE 3RD
SIYA MALIK I D DANCE 3RD
AMANDEEP KAUR I A DANCE 3RD
YOUNGZIN LAMA I C INSTRUMENTAL IST
MANNAN HANDA I A INSTRUMENTAL 2ND
ISHWIN SINGH PAHWA I E INSTRUMENTAL 3RD

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29th September 2014 – Adventure Camp (III – V)

All Work and No Play makes Jack a Dull Boy

We are never more fully alive, more completely ourselves or more deeply engrossed in anything than when we are playing.

Furthering the very goal of imparting education and helping the students evolve into self-reliant and confident individuals, who appreciate team work and togetherness, a one day Adventure Camp was organized for the students of classes III - V in the school premises by ‘Great Rocksport Pvt. Ltd.’ under the guidance of trained professionals on 29th September 2014.

The day brought about a remarkable charisma as the students of these classes girded up their loins and entered the world of fun and excitement. Various activities organized for the students, the teachers participating hand in hand with them, along with providing ample supervision, doubled up the enjoyment. A variety of enriching experiences were offered to the children as they performed activities like ‘Commando Crawl, Body Zorb, Hop Scotch, Rock Wall Climbing, Commando Net, Three Tyre Hurdle, Cross Fire, Tug of War’ etc. The most fascinating activity that gave chills to many students was the ‘Zip-Lining’ which left them all stunned and enthralled.

The day ended helping the students learn many sport skills and developing technical know-how and also providing ecstatic experiences filled with lots of joy and zeal.

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29th September 2014 – Talent Hunt Competition - II

Talent is a special natural ability or aptitude that every individual possess. Young children have an ocean of hidden talent amongst them. To give the students a chance to showcase their talent, a talent hunt competition was organized for the students of class II. The theme of the competition was to give the students a chance to showcase their innate talents and perform with full confidence and enthusiasm. Taking forward the preliminary round of the competition, the final round was organized on 29.9.14.The students dressed in colorful dresses were full of confidence prior to their performances. The competition included three categories- Vocal Music, Dance and Instrumental Music. The competition started with students singing in tunes of Indian music. Some students also displayed their talents by dancing and playing different musical instruments. The audience which comprised of all class II students were spellbound by the performances of their friends and enjoyed thoroughly. The judges of the competition were Ms. Poonam, Ms. Bharti Kapoor and Mr. Mohit. They had a tough time in making the decision as all the students were extremely good in their performances.

The results were as follows:

DANCE
NAME CLASS POSITION
HARSHITA II-A IST
ARCHINI MANHIRA II-C IST
RUCHI SINGHANIA II-B IIND
ANJALI II-B IIND
NITYA SHUKLA II-C 3RD
DEEPSHIKHA II-D 3RD

VOCAL MUSIC
NAME CLASS POSITION
GARVIT DWIVEDI II-A IST
NAIJA GUPTA II-C IST
INDIRA SHINDE II-A IIND
VEDANSH CHOUDHARY II-C IIND
RIA II-D IIND
NANDINI GUPTA II-E IIIRD
SAI SMARRANN S V II-E IIIRD

INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC
NAME CLASS POSITION
TEJAS MAHAJAN II-A IST
DHRUV SINHA II-E IIND
SHIVEN S. SINHA II-C IIIRD

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26th September 2014 – Inter School Skating Championship Trophy

Sachdeva Global School, Dwarka have won 2 Gold 2 Silver and 1 Bronze medal in Inter-School Skating Championship Trophy 2014, held at DDA Sports Complex, Dilshad Garden, Delhi on 26th September 2014.

The winners of the competition were as follows:
NAME CLASS PRIZE
SEERAT BHULLAR LKG B GOLD
DILISHA JUNAID I B SILVER
DAANISH NAGIA III A BRONZE
HARSH DRALL IV A SILVER
KHUSHI V A GOLD





25th September 2014 – Adventure Camp (I – II)

The objective of an Adventure Camp is to offer an opportunity to the youth to grow, develop and practice principles of togetherness and self – reliance.

An adventure camp was organized for the students of class I – II on 25th September 2014 in the school campus. The camp gave an opportunity to the students to sharpen their minds, learn while having fun and to help them in becoming physically and psychologically more strong and confident. The students were given a thrilling and unforgettable experience of different adventure activities like Burma Bridge, Zip Line, Zorbing Ball, Tarzan Swing and different fun activities. The students had a fun filled experience and enthusiastically took part in all the activities organized for them.

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25th September 2014 - Visit to Gandhi Museum

With the view to break the monotony of the regular schedule, students of class V were taken on an educational trip to the Gandhi museum on 25th September. The fun and frolic ultimately met its motive in the trip which offered a room for infotainment. They got an opportunity to be one with the life and works of an eminent believer of truth and non-violence-Mahatma Gandhi. The glimpses of the digitalization of the museum left the children flabbergasted and impressed their psyche to the utmost level. It was an enjoyable experience which created a joyous spree among them.

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24th September 2014 - Assembly on Dussehra

Dussehra, also known as Vijaydashmi, is a Indian festival celebrated on the tenth day of Ashvin month according to the Hindu Calendar. The day is celebrated to commemorate the killing of Ravana by Lord Rama. Dussehra celebration spread the message of the victory of good over evil.

On this occasion students of class Blooms E presented a colourful and lively assembly. The children were made aware of the importance of this festival. The tiny tots enthralled the entire audience with enactment of the entire Ramayana from birth of Lord Rama to the killing of Ravana. The assembly was very informative and was enjoyed by one and all.

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24th September 2014 - Movie Watching

A Movie Show was organized by SGS in collaboration with Hindustan Times at Liberty Cinema, Karol bagh on 24.9.14.It was a refreshing break for the students from the daily study days. The children saw the movie ‘Entertainment’. It was a very entertaining and funny movie. The humorous jokes tickled everyone’s funny bones. It was a wonderful experience for the children as well as the teachers. The movie was thoroughly enjoyed by one and all.

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23rd September 2014 - A Jaunt Through Our Roots

An educational trip to the National Museum of History, Janpath was organized for the students of class IV on 23 September 2014, in collaboration with TIMES NIE.

Not only did the trip provide the students a chance to explore the objects of the ancient civilization but also introduced them to a vast anthropology collection preserved there, highlighting the lifestyles of the folk and tribal people. The trip proved interactive and equally enjoyable as the young guide escorting the students, informed them about the excavated things of Mohen-jo-daro and Harappa Culture. They enthusiastically viewed the tools, earthen pots, ornaments and other important items of that era. The exhibits of the sculptures, art forms, coins and jewellery used in various periods aroused several queries in the students’ young minds and left them amazed as they gathered information about each one of them. The students were also taken for a tour through the display of the specimens of the very impressive and sophisticated arms and armours used by various kings and their warriors. The exhibit enjoyed the most by the students was that of the tribal lifestyle showcasing unique dresses, musical instruments and masks used by different tribes around the country.

The visit broadened the pupils’ knowledge as they learnt about their glorious past in a fun filled manner.

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23rd September 2014 - Jagdeep Memorial Skating Competition

Students of SGS, Dwarka have won 8 Gold, 1 Silver and 1 Bronze medals in Jagdeep Memorial Skating Competition, held at Remal Public School, Sec-3, Rohini, New Delhi on 23rd September 2014.

Many Schools participated in competition. The students performed with enthusiasm and zeal and displayed proficiency in the art of skating.

The winners of the competition were as follows:
NAME CLASS PRIZE
SEERAT BHULLAR LKG B SILVER
BRONZE
KHUSHI V A 2 GOLD
JASMINE KAUR HANJRA V B 2 GOLD
SOURABH SANGWAN VII A 2 GOLD
SHUBHAM SINGH XI B 2 GOLD








15th September 2014 - Hindi Diwas

14th September is celebrated as Hindi Day or Hinid Diwas. It is celebrated all through India to show the importance of Hindi language in our country.

Students of class Blooms D presented a very informative assembly on Hindi Diwas on 15th September 2014. The little ones with beautiful head gears made the audience aware of this special day and the importance of our mother tongue in today’s scenario. The children also recited a rhyme on Hindi language and there was a dance performance on the song ‘Akshar Geet’. The assembly was enjoyed by all.

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11th September 2014 - Inter School Zonal Qawwali

God send his singers upon earth with songs of happiness and of mirth, that they might touch the hearts of people and bring them back to heaven again.

With the gift of melody our SGS students of classes IV – VIII went for an Inter School Zonal Qawwali competition in Govt. Girls Sr. Sec. School, Sec-3, Dwarka on 11th September 2014 organized by DoE. Our students prepared a Sufi Qawwali devoted to the all mighty with their excellent performance and efforts. Our SGS students secured first position and brought laurels to the school. We wish them the very best for the state level.

The winners of the competition were as follows:
NAME CLASS
SAI SUDAN S V VI A
YASH GAUTAM VI B
NAMAN AGGARWAL VI B
SUPRATEEK BHATTACHARYA V B
ANIKET MISHRA IV B
APOORV MISHRA IV B
DEVANSH VERMA IV A
ADHEESH NANDKEOLYAR VII B
ADHEET NANDKEOLYAR VII A
UTSAV AGGARWAL VI B
MAYANK SARASWATI VII B
VIKRAM JEET SINGH VII B



11th September 2014 – Workshop for Drivers and Helpers by IGL

Indraprastha Gas Ltd. R K Puram New Delhi have conducted ‘onsite’ “Safety Clinic” in our school premises on 11th September 2014 at 10:00 a.m. to educate school vehicle drivers & helpers regarding the safety measures one has to adhere to in respect of using the CNG Vehicles.

The objective of the safety clinic was to impart practical training to the drivers and helpers of the school regarding safety measures for using CNG & emergency control techniques.

In total 22 drivers and helpers attended the workshop. The session was very educative, informative and useful. The training given to them cleared many doubts regarding safety measures for using CNG & how to combat in case of any eventuality & contingency.




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9th September 2014 - Plants are Our Green Friends

Plants are our Green Friends: Plants are the backbone of all life on Earth and an essential resource for human being.

On 9th September 2014 student of class Blooms - C transported us to the ‘Plant Kingdom’ by presenting a very lively and informative assembly. Children threw light on various types of plants i.e. Herbs, trees climbers, shrubs etc and their uses. Children also talked about various products we get from plants. The assembly ended with a small but very informative skit on ‘SAVE TREES’. The assembly was thoroughly enjoyed by one and all.

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5th September 2014 - Teacher’s Day

Teachers Day is celebrated on 5th September 2014 every year to celebrate the birthday of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. The day is dedicated to teachers’ who play a prominent role in the life of the students.

On this occasion the student of class Blooms B presented a colourful and lively assembly on 4th September 2014. The assembly began with a recital of Sanskrit Shaloka. The children also recited few rhymes throwing light on the importance of teachers in student’s life as a guide for life who show their students the path towards success and prosperity.

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3rd September 2014 – Inter House Solo Talent Competition

“Everyone has talent. What's rare is the courage to follow it to the dark places where it leads.”

In which school’s like SGS (Sachdeva Global School) gives a platform to students to represent their talents in any field. It not only helps the participating students to show their abilities but also motivates other students, to come up front and show their hidden potential.

On 3rd September 2014 Wednesday, Inter house solo talent competition from classes VI – VIII was held in which Pride House was the winner by taking the 1st and 2nd positions.

The winners of the competition were as follows:
NAME CLASS CATEGORY HOUSE POSITION
MANASAVA NAGAR VIII A DRUMS PRIDE FIRST
APOORV MISHRA VII B TABLA PRIDE SECOND
MUSKAN SOLANKI VI B SINGING PEACE THIRD
RAGHAV BABBAR VI A DRUMS HARMONY THIRD
HARDIK KALRA VIII B PIANO GLORY THIRD

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September 2014 - Badminton Zonals

Students of SGS participated in the Badminton Zonals. Priyansh Gakhar, Rohan Bakshi and Rahul Kant of Class XI Participated in the Senior Category they scored Second Position and performed well.

These students have made SGS proud and we wish them the very best for the future.







(30 - 31) August 2014 - Delhi State Roller Skating Championship

Sachdeva Global School, Dwarka have won 1 Gold 3 Silver and 3 Bronze medals in the Delhi State Roller Skating Championship 2014, held at Dwarka Sports Complex Delhi on 30th – 30st August 2014.

Almost 650 skaters from 56 School participated in competition. The students performed with enthusiasm and zeal and displayed proficiency in the art of skating.

The winners of the competition were as follows:
NAME CLASS MEDAL
SEERAT BHULLAR BUD-B BRONZE
JASMINE KAUR HANJRA V-B SILVER
BRONZE
SOURABH SANGWAN VII-A GOLD
BRONZE
SHUBHAM SINGH XI-B 2 -  SILVER



29th August 2014 – Tell – a - Tale

Our little wonder ‘Nitya Shukla’ of class II C participated in the ‘Tell-a-Tale’ competition held at Delhi International School on 29th August 2014. The child had prepared a panchatantra tale about a teacher and his discipline. Out of the number of schools that participated, our little wonder from SGS bagged the second position in the competition with her excellent performance.



29th August 2014 – Lets Preserve Art

To enhance the skills and creativity of child our school participated in Inter School “Lets Preserve Art” Paper Bag Competition in Delhi International School on 29th August 2014. Roopal Singh of class VIIIth B and Garima Tokas of Class VIIth A performed extremely well and stood third in the competition.







28th August 2014 - Ganesh Chaturthi

Ganesh Chaturthi is the Hindi festival celebrated in honour of the God Ganesha, the elephant – headed remover of obstacles and the God of beginning and wisdom.

On the occassion of Ganesh Chaturthi students of class Blooms A presented a lively and informative assembly. It began with a recital of shloka in Sanskrit followed by an aarti to please lord Ganesha. The assembly was organized to make children understand the importance of Lord Ganesha in our lives and to seek his blessings.



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27th August 2014 – Freedom Struggle, Role Model

India has suffered grave injustice and impression under the rule of the Britishers. The 4th Mughal Emperor Jahangir allowed the Britishers to enter India, after the period of Mughals, India went into the hands of the Britishers. The Britishers ruled India for about 300 years. We struggled a lot for our freedom and our freedom fighters fought bravely for the freedom of our country. At last in 1947, India finally got free from the clutches of British rule.

The final round of the JAM competition – Freedom Struggle (My Role Model) for class II was organized on 27th August 2014. The theme of the competition was to make the students understand the importance of the freedom struggle for India’s independence and how our freedom fighters have inspired them to fight for our country’s independence. The competition also can improve the speaking skills and stage confidence of the students. The judges for the competition were Ms. Reena and Ms. Anjana, who had a tough decision to make as all the students were looking extremely good in their costumes. The students were judged upon their content, costume, confidence and their overall performance.

The winners of the competition were as follows:
NAME CLASS POSITION
SONAKSHI GUPTA II A IST
JAHNAVI GOEL II B IST
KANAV DOBHAL II C 2ND
NITYA SHUKLA II C 2ND
DEEPSHIKHA DAS II D 2ND
AAKRITI BHARGAVA II A 3RD
DHRUV SINHA II E 3RD
SAI SMARRANN S V II E 3RD

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(26 - 27) August 2014 - Hindi Rhyme Recitation

As well all know that India got independent in the month of August after a long strife against Britishers. To memorize and pay gratitude to the great leaders, an Inter Class Hindi Rhyme Recitation competition was organized in the school premises on the topic – अतुलनीय भारत in kindergarten classes.

The performance of tiny tots was extremely astonishing on the stage. The rhymes recited by the children of Buds – Blooms ignited the feeling of Patriotism among the audience. Children presented the rhymes on the topics like मेरा भारत, प्यारा झंडा, मेरा भारत मेरी शान...

Result:
NAME CLASS POSITION
ATHARV PAREEK BUDS - D FIRST
HARLEEN KAUR HANJRA BLOOMS - B FIRST
KHUSHNOOR KAUR BLOOMS - D FIRST
DIVYAANSH ARORA BUDS - C SECOND
MEHAK MANRAL BUDS - D SECOND
YADUVIR GUPTA BLOOMS - D SECOND
HITANSH DAHIYA BUDS - A THIRD
MIHIKA SOLANKI BUDS - A THIRD
ARNAV MANGLA BUDS - B CONSOLATION

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26th August 2014 - Freedom Struggle, Role Model

Some famous quotes of our freedom fighters:

“Inquilaab Zindabaad”
– Bhagat Singh

“Give me blood, I’ll give you freedom”
– Subhash Chandra Bose


Taking forward the preliminary round of the inter class JAM competition, its final round was held on 26th August 2014, in the school premises.

All the students of class I were the audience to the lovely competition. The extremely talented participants showed great vigour and expression in their speech. They portrayed their “freedom struggle role models” exceptionally. There were many Bhagat Singh, Rani Lakshami bai, Gandhiji, Mangal Pandey etc. but all with their own matchless performances. The participants were judged by the head of the school Mrs. Novita Chopra and Mrs. Anjana. Their props, costumes, content and expression were worth noticing, that attracted everybody towards their enactments. It was a delight to watch such young children giving great competition to each other, with their brimming talents.

The winners of the competition were as follows:
NAME CLASS POSITION
PRIYANSH SHAH I B IST
ROHAN SHARMA I B 2ND
AKSH NARAYAN CHAKRABARTY I B 2ND
RANBIR SINGH OBEROI I C 2ND
AMANDEEP KAUR I A 2ND
ADITYA JOSHI I A 2ND
MAANASVIR SINGH NANDA I F 3RD
DAKSH KALRA I F 3RD

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26th August 2014 - Solo Piano Competition

On 26-08-2014, a solo piano competition was held in CORONA at Mount Carmel School, Dwarka in which around 26 schools participated from which a student of our school of class XII A, Taksh Sharma secured 2nd Position. We hope to win many competitions in our field in coming future.





23rd August 2014 – Inter School Scholastic Aptitude Test

Student of SGS participated in an Inter School Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) held in Sri Venkateshwar International School, Sec-18, Dwarka on 23rd August 2014.

The competition was called “Face to Face@ Sri VIS” where students were given an aptitude test based on English, Maths & Science and were awarded for their best individual and school performance.

Geetigya Joshi of class VII performed excellently well and won the second prize. All students were awarded with participation certificates.



20th August 2014 – Janmashtami

India being the land of many deities, their birth anniversaries is celebrated as great religious festivals. Hence celebrating the beautiful festival of Lord Krishna,s birth , students of class I presented a magnificent assembly on Janmastami.

The assembly was an amalgamation of all the important events in the life of Lord Krishna, presented as small, pleasing Krishna-lilas. The outstanding effort by the students was worth appreciating. The lilas were like musical enactments showing the stages of Krishna’s miraculous life , like lifting the ‘Govardhan Parvat’, the ‘killing of evil Kansa’ etc. The delightful music supporting the assembly made all the audience enjoy the Krishna – lilas more deeply. The students portrayed immense confidence while enacting various roles, related to Krishna’s life. It was an amazing assembly and was quite informative and enjoyable at the same time.

The assembly was concluded by the encouraging and appreciative words by the head of the school, Mrs Novita Chopra.

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(16th - 17th) August 2014 - Summer Open Roller Skating Championship 2014

Sachdeva Global School, Dwarka have won 9 Gold 9 Silver and 3 Bronze medals in the Summer Open Roller Skating Championship 2014, held at Remal Public School Delhi on 16th - 17th August 2014.

Almost 560 skaters from 35 School participated in competition. The students performed with enthusiasm and zeal and displayed proficiency in the art of skating.

The winners of the competition were as follows:

NAME CLASS PRIZE
SOURABH SANGWAN VII A      2 GOLD
RS. 500/-
JASMINE KAUR V B      2 GOLD
RS. 500/-
SAHIL DALAL VII A 2 GOLD
SHUBHAM SINGH XI B GOLD
SILVER
HIMANSHU DALAL IV A GOLD
RAHUL DALAL VII A 2 SILVER
NAVALATA PAL VI B 2 SILVER
AADYA VIKRAM SINGH V B SILVER
BRONZE
ADITYA VATS IV C SILVER
JATIN KARKI VI A SILVER
MANUJ GAHLOT IV A BRONZE
PRIYANSHU IV C BRONZE




14th August 2014 – Independence Day

“If there is one place on the face of earth where all the dreams of living men have found a home from the very earliest days, when man began the dream of existence, it is India.”
- Romain Rolland (Roman Scholar)

Celebrating the flavor of patriotism, with utmost zeal and expression, the students of class I, conducted a special assembly on the occasion of 68th Independence Day of India.

It was a beautiful breezy morning and the assembly began by the flag hoisting ceremony, done by the head of school, Mrs. Novita Chopra followed up by, singing of the National Anthem, which filled our hearts with great loyalty towards our nation. Then the students of class I performed a musical enactment that depicted our Mother Nation though being divided on the basis of religion, gives a message of unity and brotherhood among its people. A heart touching message that fights and divides are futile and the sanctity of our motherland should be kept was given by the students. This magnificent skit was followed by a poem on the festival, marking the conclusion of the remarkable effort by the students.

The assembly was then followed by the distribution of various certificates and awards won by our young globalities, in various inter school competitions. The events were: English Recitation Competition, Craftsman (Fun with paper) Competition, Incredible India- Theme Based Competitions, Clay Molding Competition, Cold Cooking Competition and Hindi Recitation Competition.

The assembly was concluded by the appreciative words of the head of the school, Mrs. Novita Chopra.

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13th August 2014 – Independence Day Celebration

Sachdeva Global School Dwarka celebrated India’s 68th Independence with enthusiasm and zeal on the 13th of August. The school ground was fluttering with energy and the audience as well as the participants seemed equally excited to be a part of the celebration. The chief guest for the show were our Vice Chairman Mr. Anil Sachdeva, Acdemic Head of Sachdeva Group of Schools Mrs. Kiran Gambhir and eminent member of management Mr. R C. Chadha. The show began by flag hoisting and an inspiring speech by Mr. Anil Sachdeva, Vice Chairman, SGS. He motivated the students to be model citizens and uphold the values of integrity and dedication.

This was followed by a scintillating performance by the school band which left everyone mesmerized. A pageant depicting the key moments in India’s freedom struggle was next. It presented the key role played by Gandhiji and revolutionaries like Bhagat Singh and Chandra Shekhar Azad. A dance depicting the multicultural diversity of India was performed by students of classes VIII - X. Finally, the show came to an end with the visual of tricolored balloons flying in the air. The show left a deep impact on the audience and students could be seen discussing and debating the key roles of various freedom fighters even after the show got over.

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12th August 2014 – An Inter School Multi-Faceted Fest

Our students Ayush Choudhary and Pushkar Sharma of class IV participated in ‘ARCADIA’ An Inter School Multi-Faceted Fest organized by Paramount International School, Dwarka on 12th August 2014.

They won 3rd prize in the programme – ‘Young Scientist Challenge’ – which was a Science based quiz competition. It consisted of 5 rounds namely.

ROUND – I Scientific Culture and Heritage of India
ROUND – II Simple Machine (Demonstration)
ROUND – III Audio - Visual
ROUND – IV Science based Magic Show
ROUND – V Rapid Fire

The children participated with full enthusiasm and were thrilled to win 3rd prize, competing with many schools in the event!



12th August 2014 - Poetry Recitation Competition

The Little wonders of SGS participated in the English poetry recitation competition held at Maxfort School, Dwarka on 12 August 2014. The team from SGS comprised of seven students selected both from classes I and II. The students recited the poem ‘Around the school’ which was self composed by the teachers of SGS. Through the poem they conveyed to the audience about the school infrastructure and the different activities that take place in the school.

Many schools participated in the competition and our little wonders from SGS performed extremely well and bagged the second position in the competition, and brought laurels to the school.

The students who participated in the competition were as follow:
NAME CLASS
ARYAN SHOKEEN I C
MAANASVIR SINGH NANDA I F
HARSHITA II A
ARCHINI MANHIRA II C
NITYA SHUKLA II C
ADITYA RAI II D
VANYA RANA II E



12th August 2014 - Movie Mania Competition

Trying out their hands on a different experience of Movie Making. Globalites have proved yet again that creativity has no bounds. On 12th August 2014, Divyansh Malhotra and Shobhit Sadwal of class XII A brought laurels to school by winning second position in a Movie - Mania Competition held at Paramount School. Their Efforts were acknowledged and they were applauded by the school principal in the following school assembly on 22nd August 2014.


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12th August 2014 - Inter School Invitational Yoga Championship 2014

Delhi / NCR Inter School Invitational Yoga Championship 2014 were held at Poorvi Delhi Khel Parisar, Dilshad Garden, Delhi on 12th August 2014.

More than 280 students participated from different school in different age categories.

The winners of the competition were as follows:
NAME CLASS PRIZE
ARPITA TOMAR V A GOLD
PRATHAM SHARMA I C SILVER
TANISHQ REDHU IV C SILVER
RAVIKA SINGH IV B BRONZE



11th August 2014 - French Quiz

In order to practice French in a fun way, to carry out a project as a team and learn to work in a group, Prayatna Educational Society organized an inter school French Quiz Competition in Indraprastha World School, Paschim Vihar on 11th August 2014 wherein the students of our school got a chance to showcase their talent. They performed with full enthusiasm and won 2nd prize.

NAME CLASS
KIRANDEEP KAUR VII B
PALAK GARG IX A
RUDRA PRATAP SINGH IX A
RIYA X A



8th August 2014 – Visit to International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology

In an endeavour to bring the students of Biological Sciences of classes XI – XII in a direct face – to – face interaction with the big wigs of Biotechnology, a visit to the ICGEB campus was organized on Friday 8th August 2014.

The students visited the lab of Dr. Naveen Khanna, (Group Leader – Recombinant Gene Products) who is in charge of the development of diagnostics and drugs for Dengue fever. The students were given a presentation of the history and the present status of the R & D carried out in this field.

The students were also demonstrated the use of various scientific instruments and tools like the ultracentrifugation chambers and the inverted microscopes. It was a highly inspiring experience for the students, some of whom were motivated to take up research as a professional career.



6th August 2014 – Painting Competition

Children who paint learn to think with an open mind, to look at situations creatively and they learn to express themselves more deeply their art and their words, they are able to take lessons learned through painting and apply those skills to new situation. To enhance these much required skills in the pupels, our school participating in inter school literary festival – Renaissance -14 on the spot painting competition on 6th August 2014 in New Era Public School. Many schools participated in the competition. Six students from SGS, participated in this event.

Roopal Singh of Class VIII B from SGS performed extremely well and stood first in the competition and brought laurels to the school. She was awarded a certificate & trophy



6th August 2014 - Raksha Bandhan

“Our brothers and sisters are there with us from the dawn of our personal stories to the inevitable dusk.”
- Susan Merell

Cherishing the beautiful relationship shared by all the brothers and sisters in India, the festival of Raksha Bandhan was celebrated by class I in their special assembly held on 6th August 2014.

Pleasing weather added more serenity to the assembly conducted by the class. It was a treat for our eyes to watch, young children clad in Indian wear like sari, kurta pyjama, lehngas, enacting out a skit and making the meaning of the festival, come out so beautifully. The skit included various aspects of the lovely festival. Children through their amazing effort and innocence, told us how the festival is celebrated and that our ‘soldiers’ protecting us at the war fronts, are also our brothers and we should pray for their happiness and well being, as well. The assembly was concluded by a delightful poem on rakhi, sung melodiously by the class.

Their innovative presentation and confidence was well appreciated by the Head of the School, Mrs. Novita Chopra.

This was followed by distribution of the certificates, of the quiz competition, held in the classes Buds and Blooms. It was interesting to see such young minds receive, merit certificates for their efficient performance in the quiz.

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1st August 2014 - Workshop on Financial Management

The school organized a workshop on ‘Financial Management’ on 1st August 2014 for the students of classes XI – XII. Mr. Manoj Arora, a great author and renowned personality in the field of finance, discussed at length about the importance of money in life. He initiated the workshop by asking from the students about their ambition of becoming rich and wealthy to which the students gave amazing response. The students got the opportunity to demystify some myths regarding financial management. They were also amazed at the idea of becoming a millionaire in few years if some rules of finance were followed. The workshop aimed to foster understanding among students regarding the aspects of financial management. It concluded with a Question-Answer session in which the students clarified their doubts related to the management of money and also gave wonderful answers to the questions asked by the author. All the students enjoyed the workshop. It was a very informative and learning experience for the students.

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1st August 2014 – Inter School Event - UDAAN

Indraprastha International School organised an inter school event - Udaan 2014 on 1st August 2014. More than 40 schools participated in this event. Antariksh and Tanish Dhankhar of class V B participated in ‘Present Tech’ (Power Point Presentation) competition and brought laurels to the school by bagging second position.





August 2014 – Badminton Zonals

Students of SGS participated in the Badminton Zonals. Priyansh Gakhar, Rohan Bakshi and Rahul Kant of Class XI Participated in the Senior Category and qualified pre-quarter to finals. They all have performed par excellence in all the matches and were highly appreciated by the other schools that had participated in the same. These students have made SGS proud and we wish them the very best for the finals, which is scheduled for Ist Week of September.





(30-31) July 2014 – Workshop on Speaking and Learning Skills for Teachers

A workshop on the Assessment of speaking and learning skills was organized by CBSE on the (30 – 31) July 2014. Teachers from in around the capital participated with enthusiasm and one could see the auditorium brimming with energy. The resource person began the first day by an ice breaker session between the teachers. This helped us get to know each other for all of us were new to each other. This session set the tone for the rest of the day as teachers were divided into groups and did activities within their designated group. The first day centered around the idea of how a proper assessment should be carried out, its need and the key role played by linguistics in the same. The teachers became curious students as they honed their linguistic skills and tried transcribing certain words as well. The second day dealt with the parameters in assessment and how should the teacher mark a student effectively. The teachers were also given certain guidelines to be kept in mind while organizing the Speaking activity in the school. A model speaking activity was also carried out with the teachers acting as students. Overall, it was an enriching experience and all the participants looked satisfied and excited to share their knowledge with their colleagues in the school.



31st July 2014 - Eid-ul-Fitr

“Peace begins with a smile, so keep smiling and make this world a happy home.”

For spreading the message of peace and harmony, through the varied festivals of India, a special assembly was conducted by the students of class I-C, on the topic Eid-ul-Fitr, on 31st July 2014.

The children threw light on the meaning and significance of Eid. They also told us about the manner in which Eid is celebrated. They told us about the fasting period and the month of Ramzan and how Muslims break their fast by having “sweet sewai” at the end of the day. The children were looking really attractive in their beautiful head props that they were wearing. They enacted a significant skit on Eid telling us the real meaning of the festival. The skit was called the “Sacchi Eid”. The young children portrayed immense confidence in their speech, which was amazing to watch and listen. The assembly was then followed up by a lovely poem called “Hum Sab Milkar Eid Manaye” narrated by the students of the class, melodiously.

They were able to give us the message, that Eid is a festival of harmony and peace. Their effort and wonderful depiction of the festival was appreciated by the head of the school, Mrs. Novita Chopra.



30th July 2014 - Tell Me Why Quiz (Class I)

To analyze, enhance and entrench the paramount trails of a 21st Century individual, a quiz “TELL ME WHY” was organized for class I students on 30th July 2014. Providing every child with the opportunity to be a part of this quiz, the preliminary round of the quiz was completed in the classrooms, which aided the selection of three students per team. There were six teams in totality. Quiz revolved around rekindling the pragmatism through picture hints round, true/false, answer in one word, give reasons and spell bee.

Furthermore, the quiz did not only help the students to analyze the role of everyday events but also enhanced their interest in learning them. Such amazing facts were taught to the students through this quiz, that it served a great purpose in providing the children, learning in an active and interesting manner.

The winners of the competition were as follows:
NAME CLASS POSITION
JANICE PANDIT I E FIRST
KANAV I A FIRST
RANVEER I C FIRST
BRAHMANSH I B SECOND
SIDDARTH I A SECOND
AISHANI I D SECOND
AASHI I B SECOND
AARAV I A SECOND
MANASVIR I F SECOND
ISHWIN I E THIRD
KASHISHKA I B THIRD
MANTHIKA I F THIRD
ARYAN I C THIRD
AVISHI I D THIRD
ISHAAN I E THIRD

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30th July 2014 – Inter House Athletic Meet

Sachdeva Global School organized its Inter House Athletic Meet on 30th July 2014. The different events that were conducted was Relay Race, 100 mtrs. Race, Hurdle Race, Long Jump and Shot Put. The events highlighted the passion and determination of our Physical Education teachers and the love of sports in our students.

After the close of the races, the talent of our young sports students was acknowledged in the prize distribution ceremony by Head of the School Mrs. Novita Chopra and Academic Supervisors, Mrs. Sumana Dutta.

The House that won the overall first position was Harmony, followed by Pride House in the second position, and Glory in the third position. The various races were conducted with much enthusiasm and team spirit. Thus the Inter House Athletic Meet ended on a high note upholding the spirit of sportsmanship and will power.

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28th July 2014 - Tell Me Why Quiz (Class II)

The final round for the Tell me why quiz of class II was organized on 28th July 2014. The students who were selected from the preliminary round from different sections of class II were divided into five teams and each team consisted of three members each.

The theme of the quiz was to provide the students with the knowledge of different scientific facts build upon their prior knowledge and provide them with a better understanding of concepts already known to them. The quiz also helped the students in improving their listening, reasoning, identification skills and also their vocabulary. The quiz comprised of five rounds which were as follows:

Round 1: State whether the given statements are true or false. The teams were shown a statement on the screen and they had to tell whether it was true or false.

Round 2: Identify the picture. A picture was shown on the screen and the teams had to identify it.

Round 3: Fill ups: The teams were given a statement in which they had to fill the blank with the appropriate word.

Round 4: Reasoning. The teams were asked questions and they were supposed to give the correct answer for the same.

Round 5: Spell bee. The teams were asked a word and they had to spell the given word correctly.

The audience too participated enthusiastically during the quiz and prizes were given to the students who gave the correct answer. All the five teams participated so well that a tie breaker round was also organized wherein each team was to name the planets in the correct order and the spellings of different planets were also asked.

The winners of the competition were as follows:
NAME CLASS POSITION
KRISHIV MISHRA II E FIRST
SAGAR MANGLA II C FIRST
AGASTYA SAUMYANU MEHRA II B FIRST
SONAKSHI GUPTA II A SECOND
DHRUV SINHA II E SECOND
MUDIT SHARMA II B SECOND
VANIJ SRIVASTAVA II D THIRD
NEENV MIMANI II C THIRD
ASHI JAGETIA II E THIRD

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26th July 2014 – Annual Science Exhibition 2014

“Tell me and I will forget. Involve me I will understand”

The Science Exhibition was held at SGS on 26th July 2014. The budding scientists of our school presented many creative ideas as exhibits. We were able to see young Faradays, Newtons and Edisons among them. The Exhibits were creative and attractive and some were marvellous. The exhibits included eco-friendly houses, electromagnetic cranes, anti gravity device, intelligent street light [switches on when sunlight goes], multimedia aids and sensor etc. These provided a feast to our eves. Large number of parents enjoyed and appreciated the projects displayed. Students confidently explained their exhibit to the guests, parents and students.

Such exhibitions have to be encouraged as students get an opportunity to present their ideas. New ideas grow in the minds of children. If they cannot present or express them it is of no use. So exhibitions are opportunities where ideas will begin to bloom for the developments of the world.

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(19th & 26th) July 2014 – Scholastic Book Fair

In our mission to encourage children to read more explore and learn more. SGS regularly organizes book fairs. Book fairs have a great role in promoting the reading habit among students of all age groups. On Saturday, 19th July 2014 SGS held Scholastic Book Fair for the elementary classes and on Saturday, 26th July 2014 it was held for the senior classes. The students were given two days before the fair to explore and browse the various books of heir interest. The series of “Geronimo Stilton” was the main attraction of the Book Fair.

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25th July 2014 – Tell Me Why Quiz

Quiz provides an array of benefits to the learner as it allows students to build on prior knowledge and reinforce concepts which may have been unclear to them. On 25th July 2014 quiz was organized for the students of class Blooms on topics – ‘My Body’, ‘My Family’, keeping clean and fit, Transport and National Symbols. Pictorial Questionnaires were provided to the children. Various clues were also given to the children. It was a new exposure which helped the children to build up their confidence.









23rd July 2014 – Grocery Bag Project

“Stop plastic, start a new life”

Grocery Bag Project is a small step for better future. This is the fifth consecutive year of continuing to spread awareness about the use of paper bags rather than plastic. The grocery bag project was done by the students of classes VI – X. Grocery bags were made by the students and were distributed among all students of the school. They coloured and decorated the eco friendly bags and wrote slogans and messages on them. 800 such bags were returned to the grocery stores in Dwarka where the customers got the message loud and clear! Students also interacted with the customers and motivated them to use handmade bags made of cloth or jute.

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23rd July 2014 - Save Wildlife

In accordance with the culture of having a thought provoking and informative assembly, students of I-B conducted and assembly on the theme “Save Wildlife” on 23rd July 2014. The assembly aimed at promoting the message of dealing with the issue of saving animals. The assembly started with a quote followed by the thought, joke of the day and the birthdays of the week. A poem titled “Pashuon me bhi hoti jaan” was recited by the students which justified the theme to the fullest. A skit was also presented with a message of discouraging cruelty to animals adding a tinge of creativity to the assembly. The assembly came to an end with the inspiring words of praise and acclaim by the Head of School, Mrs. Novita Chopra, which motivated the students.

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24 JULY 2014 - National Level Achievement in the field of Art

CBSE had invited artwork from students all over India for use in CBSE Publications. Screening committee of CBSE selected the Art Work of Udit Kumar Thakran, a student of Class X (presently in class XI) of SGS. The same has been published in CBSE Calendar for the year 2014.

Please find attached CBSE Calendar 2014 and Appreciation Certificate.




19th July 2014 - Parents Interactive Session

An interactive session was organized for the parents of children studying in classes Buds to II on 19 July 2014. The session began with Mrs. Novita Chopra, Head of the school highlighting the schools achievements. Some of the achievements highlighted by Mrs. Novita Chopra were:

a) The board result for classes 10 and 12 was 100%
b) The school has national level players in skating, basketball and cricket.
c) Mrs. Novita Chopra along with 11 students visited a school in Orlando during the summer vacations.

During the interactive session Mrs. Novita Chopra also discussed the parent’s feedback and told the parents that they can see the summarizations and the activities organized for the children by logging on to the school website and they can see the pictures and videos uploaded for the same. Also, it was told that the website of the school is updated on a regular basis.
One of the important points taken up by Mrs. Novita Chopra was that the parents should send their ward in the school bus only as in vans the safety of children is a matter of concern because once the children leave school with the van drivers after that the teachers are nowhere around the children. Whereas, in the school transport teachers are there with the students to drop them back and the safety of the children is ensured.
At the end of the session mother of Supash Poddar studying in class I-C thanked Mrs. Novita Chopra for a better school management and also thanked the teacher for understanding her child’s psychology and improving upon him.

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18 July 2014 - Assembly on Nelsan Mandela Day

Nelson Mandela International Day, also known as Mandela Day, is held on July 18 each year. The day remembers Mandela’s achievements in working towards conflict resolution, democracy, human rights, peace and reconciliation.

In order to promote Nelson Mandela Day, Class VIII B conducted an assembly on 18 July 2014. The students spoke about the importance of the day and inspired the spectators to embrace the values that Mandela shared. Some of the famous inspirational quotes by Mandela were also stated.

The assembly enabled the students to gain knowledge about Nelson Mandela and his contributions. It was an informative assembly.

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17th July 2014 – Sharing Bliss Workshop

“A kind gesture can reach a wound that only compassion can heal.” Making the students realize how fortunate they are to be born in the families that can provide them good education and extend all luxuries, an interactive workshop was organized by the NGO ‘Goonj’ in the school on 17 July 2014. The workshop was conducting in two slots, one for classes III – V and another for the classes VI – VIII, put forth the problems of the poor and the underprivileged children from villages and slums and portrayed the miserable conditions under which they try to acquire education and survive on the whole. The students were then guided to help these children in various ‘Anganwadis by giving away their unused stationary, old books and bags, clothes etc. through NGOs like Goonj students understood that the spare items locked in their cupboards actually are tiny treasures that would mean the world to someone. The workshop turned the students into more responsible and thankful beings as the ideas of sharing and empathy were understood and appreciated by them. They pledged to light many candles with their and spread joy and happiness all around.

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17th July 2014 - Delhi Inter School Sports Fiesta 2014

SGS students participated in Delhi Inter School Sports Fiesta – 2014 held at Chilla Sports Complex, Vasundhra Enclave, on 17th July 2014.

Almost 525 skaters from 37 Schools participated in the competition. The students of Sachdeva Global School performed extremely well and won 9 Gold, 3 Silver and 2 Bronze Medal.

The winners of the competition were as follows:

NAME CLASS POSITION
JASMINE KAUR HANJRA V 2 GOLD
SHUBHAM SINGH XIB 2 GOLD
SOURABH SANGWAN VII 2 GOLD
NAVAL LATA PAL VI B 1 GOLD
PRATHAM SAGAR VI 1 GOLD
SAHIL DALAL VIIB 1 GOLD
AARAV KUMAR SINHA III 1 SILVER
JATIN KARKI VI 1 SILVER
SAI SMARRANN S.V. IIE 1 SILVER
VINIT MALIK VI 1 BRONZE
HIMANSHU DALAL IV 1 BRONZE




16th July 2014 - Healthy Skin For Life

A workshop on ‘’Healthy Skin for Life’’- Adolescent Skin Care was organized for the students of Classes VI - X at Sachdeva Global School, Sec-18A, Dwarka on 16th July 2014 by DERMA WORLD SKIN CLINIC.

The aim of the workshop was to acquaint the students with the ‘Myths and Facts’ related to skin regime.

A healthy young looking skin is a real boost to one’s self confidence and reflects one’s well being.

The students enthusiastically participated in the aesthetic workshop and shared their doubts and queries related to adolescence which included acne, pimples, dandruff and hair care. The resource person, Dr. Rohit Batra M. D. Skin Consultant Dermatologist conducted the workshop in a very warm and friendly environment and discussed a wide spectrum of General Skin Care Tips.

The workshop was appreciated by one and all.

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(15 - 16) July 2014 - Delhi Inter School Sports Fiesta 2014: Badminton Championship

Students of SGS participated in Delhi Inter School Sports Fiesta 2014 in the Badminton Championship. Priyansh Gakhar of class XI won the first prize and Rohan Bakshi of class XI won the second prize in the Under – 17 category. Rahul Kant of class XI also participated in the Under – 17 category and performed well. They all have performed par excellence in all the matches and were highly appreciated by the referee’s and other schools that had participated in the same. These students have made SGS proud and we wish them the very best in upcoming tournaments.

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15 July 2014 – Change in Seasons

Students of class I A presented an informative assembly on 15 July 2014 on the topic ‘Change in Seasons’.

They spoke about the importance of different seasons and the change in different cycles of the season. They briefly described each season with relevance to its weather conditions and advantages to our environment.

Thereafter, an outstanding dance performance proceeded by a ‘Though’ and ‘Joke of the day’ was a combined effort appreciated by all.

The assembly was concluded by the head of the school Mrs. Novita Chopra who encouraged and appreciated the efforts of the students.

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(12th - 13th) July 2014 - Roller Skating Championship

SGS students participated in Lal Bahadur shashtri Memorial Roller Skating Championship – 2014 held at Yamuna sports Complex, Surajmal Vihar, Delhi. The students of Sachdeva Global School performed extremely well and won 5 Gold and 1 Bronze Medal.

NAME CLASS MEDALS
JASMINE KAUR HANJRA V A 1 GOLD
1 BRONZE
SOURABH SANGWAN VII A 2 GOLD
SHUBHAM SINGH XIB 2 GOLD



11th July 2014 - World Population Day

In accordance with the culture of having a thought provoking and informative assembly, students of VIII-A conducted an assembly on the theme “World Population Day” on 11th July, 2014. The assembly was a combined effort of all the students which aimed at promoting the message of dealing with the issue of overpopulation. The assembly started with a quote followed by the news, thought, joke and the birthdays of the week in an aesthetic manner.”A poem titled “Overpopulation- A Menace” was recited by the students which justified the theme to the fullest. The award winners were also acknowledged. The assembly ended with the pearls of wisdom by the H.O.S – Mrs. Novita Chopra.

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11th July 2014 - Workshop for Drivers and Helpers

A very interesting and interactive e workshop was conducted by the School Head Novita Chopra ma’am for our transport department employees, mainly the drivers and conductors. The session began with an interactive session in which Novita ma’am went to explain in details the importance of the role of our drivers and conductors. She also showed them videos about the challenging conditions of Indian roads and applauded their efforts in keeping the students and staff of SGS safe and happy. She encouraged them to keep working with all their hearts. The session was made even more interesting with a game that the driver - conductor teams participated in. The drivers were given a picture each and they were not supposed to show it to the helpers. Drivers were expected to describe the picture and helpers were asked to draw the picture on the sheets provided. This game was to help them understand how important effective communication is between the driver and helper in a bus for it to function smoothly.

After this the school counselor showed them a short movie educating about Indian laws in helping a road accident victim and talked about how one must address parents, teachers and other staff. Thus the session ended on a high note with a refreshing break from the routine work for our drivers and bus helpers in the SGS family.

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10th July 2014 - Joey’s Laboratory

With an aim of motivating students of classes III- V and to cultivate a scientific and analytical mind, Sachdeva Global School organized a workshop on 10th July 2014. The program titled ‘Joey’s Laboratory’ was introduced in this workshop by ‘Z Life Education’ group.

They demonstrated various innovative and eye catching experiments like Liquid Nitrogen Show, Bubble Mania, Blower Activity etc.

The experiments caught the attention and interest of the students and were appreciated by all. Students were also given registration forms to become member of Joey’s Laboratory – Science Club.

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7th July 2014 – Van Mahotsav

Van Mahotsav is an annual tree-planting festival in India, celebrated in the first week of July every year. This movement was initiated in the year 1950 by India’s then Union Minister for Agriculture, Kulapati Dr. K.M. Munshi. This festival has gained immense national importance and every year, millions of saplings are planted all across India in observation of Van Mahotsav week. Van Mahotsav means ‘the festival of trees’ and this festival educates the awareness of trees among people and portrays the need of planting and tending of trees, as trees are one of the best ways to prevent global warming and reduce pollution. To spread awareness about the importance of trees, students of class II-E conducted the morning assembly on Van Mahotsav on 7 July 2014.

The students using slogans and props explained the importance of the festival and recited a poem “AAO PAED LAGAYE HUM” to explain the importance of planting trees. All the students of class II-E participated in the assembly and emphasized upon the need of preventing the cutting down of trees and creating more forests.

Mrs. Novita Chopra, Head of School also emphasized upon the importance of planting trees and encouraged the students to do the same. She also told the students that the school on its part is also trying to save trees by reducing the use of paper in school. After the celebration prizes for the 7th International Maths Olympiad were also given with Yashash of class II-A receiving the gold medal and Hardik Bhagtani of class II-C receiving the silver medal.

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2013 - 2014 – Science Olympiad (SOF)

Akshadha Sharma of Class IV C achieved State Rank 08 in International English Olympiad and Vidit Khandelwal of Class V B scored State Rank 24 in National Science Olympiad organized by SOF.

They were awarded with 2 DVD’s, Magazine Subscriptions and Merit Certificates.




5th July 2014 - Dwarka Toppers’ Student Award 2014

Dwarka Parichay organized – DWARKA TOPPERS’ STUDENT AWARD 2014 on Saturday, 5th July 2014. Following students SALIL ARORA, ANKUSH PAHAL, RAHUL JAISWAL, RAKSHIT SAHAY, S. PADMASHREE, SUMIT GUPTA, IPSA JAISWAL, NISHANT SHARMA, NITIN SHARMA, PRANESH KUMAR PANKAJ, ANUJ CHIKKARA and BHAVYA KHATRI of SGS were felicitated by Sh. B. N. Mishra Chairman, NSIT
















1st July 2014 – Assembly Doctor’s Day

DOCTOR stands for Dawn of relief obliging Caring Tolerant Omniscient Reasonable. July 1 is observed as Doctors' Day in India to honour the legendary physician, Dr B C Roy whose birth & death anniversary falls on the same day. To aware the students about this day class X conducted an assembly where they told the doctor's role in our daily lives and declare it as a day when people across the country acknowledge the commitment and dedication of the medical and health care fraternity towards society. It is also a significant day for doctors themselves as it provides them an opportunity to reflect on their career & remind themselves of ethics of medicine.



28th June 2014 - HT Workshop: The Way to Happiness

To inoculate happy and healthy human beings, it is imperative that their mentors. Lead a happy, peaceful and centered life. Towards this end. SGS tilled “Way to Happiness” in association with “The way to Foundation India” on 28th July 2014.

It was an illuminating session with the speaker, Mr. Rohit Sharma, having the teachers glued to their seats through the medium of videos, games and discussions. The session started at 09:30 in the morning with a discussion on happiness and justice. There were videos with brief anecdote demonstrating twenty one key ideas to attain happiness in life. These ideas revolved around interpersonal relationships, moral values and ethics. The entire workshop claimed to provide a common sense guide to a better living. The teachers participated in the discussions enthusiastically and had an enriching interactive session with the speaker. They brainstormed about the meaning of justice, values, morality and various other significant issues. They seemed to thoroughly enjoy the session and pitched in with different suggestions. In a nutshell, it was an active start towards the forthcoming session.

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(24th - 27th) June 2014 - ABACUS Workshop

In an endeavour to materialize the concept of a performing teacher, Sachdeva Global School conducted an intensive workshop dwelling upon the maxims of Abacus. It was a full-fledged 4-day certified programme from 24th June to 27th June for the teachers of classes Buds – II from Sachdeva Global School, Queens Valley School & S R World School. The workshop was an enriching experience inclusive of the comprehensive calculations followed by a thorough practice in the form of worksheets. It proved to be a boon leading to its crux through the evaluation of teachers in the form of a viva and a written test. Eventually the HoS of Sachdeva Global School, Mrs. Novita Chopra applauded the teachers’ efforts by giving away the certificates. In a nutshell, it served its motto of making abacus operational in the classroom situation for optimum learning.

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24th June 2014 – Workshop on Student Teacher Rapport

Who is a teacher? It is not someone who merely teaches or preaches, but one who inspires the students to put forth their best. In this sense, she is a facilitator and guide. But she also needs to be a friend, a compassionate figure and an ideal to follow. So it is important for a teacher to have a good rapport with the students. In order to ensure this, Sachdeva Global School organized a workshop on ‘Student Teacher Rapport’ on 24 June 2014 in collaboration with the Times of India. Mrs. Vandana Tandon was the spokesperson. She stressed on the importance of body language and stated that a teacher who is confident and has a smile on her face is the one who is able to win over the students.

She emphasized that a teacher needs to encourage and motivate every student in the class, and appreciate their good work.

In this interactive workshop, it was unanimously agreed that tone and voice modulation play a very important role and affect the student teacher relation. If a teacher uses the two magical words ‘please’ and ‘thank you’, she can inculcate it very easily in the students as the students observe and follow her behavior and actions very minutely.

The workshop was successful in motivating each teacher to understand, empathize with and treat each student as a distinct personality with specific personality traits. The teachers felt refreshed and had a keen sense of pride in their role in society.

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(20th - 24th) May 2014 - 25th Silver Jubilee North & East ITF, Taekwon-Do Championship 2014

SGS students participated in different weight categories in 25th Silver Jubilee North & East (India Invitational ITF Taewkwon-Do Championship 2014 was held at Dehradun Uttarakhand from 20th to 24th May 2014.

The winners of the competition were as follows:
NAME CLASS >PRIZE
NAMAN DIXIT VIII B GOLD
ARPITA TOMAR V A SILVER
BRONZE
AAKASH SHOKHANDA X A SILVER
SAI SUDAN S. V. VI A BRONZE



May 2014 – Globalities Go Global

Sachdeva Global School organized an educational trip to United States of America for a group of students of Class VI to XII along with the Head of School Mrs. Novita Chopra. Students visited New York, Washington, Orlando and Boston. To see the classrooms and labs of World’s top most Universities MIT and Havard, was an experience in itself. Students spent three days at Kennedy Space Centre ‘NASA’, having lot of exposure on making and launching of space shuttles. Asking questions and having lunch with an astronaut was any child’s dream come true.

Apart from visiting Disney Land and Universal Studio in Orlando, students spent a very fruitful day in Montessori World School which is a partner school of SGS for ISA achievement. SGS students interacted with the students of Orlando school and also participated in number of activities on building communication skills. To be a part of their teaching-learning process was an enriching experience. Opportunity to see statue of Liberty, Empire state building, ground zero and White House was an absolute cherry on the cake. Globalities indeed went Global with all the exposure acquired during the trip.

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8th May 2014 - Mother’s Day

Children love their mothers the most. To show gratitude and respect towards their mothers, students of Class II D presented a wonderful special assembly on 08-05-2014.

It began with the prayer followed by ‘Thought for the day’, a speech presenting their feelings as to why they love their mother and a beautiful poem on mothers. The assembly continued with a mesmerizing and heart touching dance performance on the songs called “Luka Chupi” and “Meri Maa” especially dedicated to all the mothers.

Finally the Head of the School, Mrs. Novita Chopra graced the assembly and appreciated the students for presenting a heart-warming assembly.

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07th May 2014 - Visit to Traffic Park

Everyday people die on the roads due to reckless driving, speeding etc. and we blame the government for failing to provide good roads. But as responsible citizens, we can make the roads safer for all by simply following some basic traffic rules. In order to educate the students about traffic rules, Sachdeva Global School organised a visit to Traffic Park where the inspector in charge showed the children around the park and discussed the importance of following traffic rules. He familiarized them with various road signs and also told them about the use of subways, footpaths, over bridges and zebra crossings. He encouraged the children to speak to their parents about avoiding the use of cell phones while driving. The awareness related to risks of under age driving was also explained to them. Students were quite inquisitive about things related to traffic rules and their queries were answered gracefully.

It was surely a fruitful trip which was also an enriching learning experience for the children.

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7th May 2014 – Education Trip to Air Force Museum

Sachdeva Global School organized an educational trip to the prestigious Air Force Museum at Palam Air Force Station with the Times of India on 7 May 2014. The students were amazed to see the wide collection of aeroplanes and armoury of Indian Air Force. They were made aware of the history of Indian Air Force through paintings, uniforms and models of aircrafts and were thus able to appreciate its progressive growth. The trip successfully inculcated a sense of pride in the students towards the Defence Forces in general and the Air Force in particular. Many also felt motivated to dwell on Defence services as one of their coveted career options.



5th May 2014 - Workshop on Road Safety

Everyday people die on the roads due to reckless driving, speeding etc. and we blame the government for failing to provide good roads. But as responsible citizens we can make the roads safer for all by simply following some basic traffic rules. In order to educate the students about traffic rules, Sachdeva Global School organized a workshop on ‘Road Safety’ in May. Officials from Delhi traffic police were invited to explain to the students the importance of following traffic rules to remain safe. Students were also shown videos of some major road accidents, which acted as eye openers for them. The awareness related to risk of under aged driving was also explained to them.

Students were quite inquisitive and their queries were answered by the police officials. It was an enriching experience for the students and teachers.

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3rd May 2014 – Workshop for Visit to USA

Preparatory Workshops were conducted on 3rd May 2014, for the teachers, students and parents of students who visited Washington (White House & Capital), Orlando (Disneyland, Universal Studio, Kennedy Space Centre, Newyork (Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building) and Boston (MIT & Harvard) in the month of May 2014.

Workshop-1: Pre Departure Attended by students, parent and teachers who all were travelling.

This preparatory workshop was designed to equip the student, his/her parents/guardians and accompanying teachers with all the information that they will require to embark upon their ‘edventure’ to USA NASA. From handling over of the students’ travel documents to their Knowledge Kit, from answering FAQs to explaining travel regulations – this exhaustive workshop dealt with prerequisites of this coveted program.

Workshop-2: Launch Pad Attended by all students who were travelling.

This interactive workshop was an introduction to NASA and the basic laws that govern rocket science. It was designed keeping in mind the dynamics of age, class and interest levels of students who participated in this program. It prepared the child to learn and grasp the concepts at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center better by initiating them to the world of space through hands-on activities, multi-media presentation, quizzes and discussions.

Workshop-3: Young Authors Program was attended by students and teachers who were travelling.

This workshop introduced the child to EdTerra’s proprietary on journey project – Young Authors Program. During the workshop students were familiarized to the concept of travel writing; research, content development, captioning and other factors that are necessary to write effectively for a target audience. This workshop was also focused at team-work, task division and effective time management so that they understand the value of synergy and collaboration not just during their journey, but for life.



2nd May 2014 – Inter School Festival – Odyssey

Sachdeva Global School has always been the guiding force which motivates its children to participate in competitions occurring at various levels, both inside and outside of the school. In continuing with this legacy, on 2nd May, 2014 Akshadha Sharma and Diya Kukreja of class IV won 3rd prize in an Inter school Festival - Odyssey-14 at Modern Convent School, Dwarka.

The children participated in a vocabulary based English Quiz which included several rounds - Writing Round, Antonyms, Synonyms and Spelling Round.




2nd May 2014 - A Visit to Goonj

To promote the idea of Green School and continue with its social initiatives, students of SGS of class VIII paid an enlightening visit to an NGO-Goonj on 2nd May 2014 wherein they were sensitized towards the striving lifestyle of the rural children. It aimed at materialising the concept of 3R’s (Reduce, Reuse & Recycle) to preserve the environment. Students were made to immerse into the deep ocean of creativity with the display of earnest efforts of the female employees of the organisation which included various programmes such as “cloth for work” & “not just a piece of cloth”. The visit assimilated a sense of responsibility in the students of SGS by donating materials including woollen clothes, toys, ration items etc they felt contended and rejuvenated.

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1st May 2014 – Magic Mania

Thursday, 1st May 2014 witnessed Sachdeva Global School buzzing with joy and excitement as a fantastic MAGIC SHOW was organized for the classes III-V in association with the Hindustan Times. The students entered the world of illusion as astounding tricks were performed by the magician making use of various props and animals. Volunteers from among the students and teachers were also invited to be a part of several tricks. The magical moments brought alive, dazzled the students and left them spellbound as the magician created an aura of mystery and exuberance. The fun filled show enthralled everyone present for 45 minutes and ended with a big round of applause.

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28th April 2014 – Declamation Competition – World Within

Standing on a stage and reciting lines is an opportunity in itself. It is a medium to express yourself and share your views with the audience.

In an endeavour towards inculcating the qualities of confidence and healthy competitiveness the students of Blooms had a Declamation Competition on the theme ‘World Within’. The children spoke on various current issues prevailing in the society such as child labour, Adult Literacy, Child marriage, save girl child etc. Relevant props were also used by children. The event was a great success with maximum participation of children from all classes of Blooms.

NAME CLASS POSITION
VANSHIKA BANWARI
BLOOMS-C
FIRST
KHUSHNOOR KAUR
BLOOMS-D
FIRST
NAITIK DHAWAN
BLOOMS-B
SECOND
ASMI JAIN
BLOOMS-A
SECOND
ARUSH JAIN
BLOOMS-E
SECOND
HARLEEN KAUR HANJRA
BLOOMS-B
SECOND
NIYATI DAHIYA
BLOOMS-A
THIRD
YADUVIR GUPTA
BLOOMS-D
THIRD
MUSKAN
BLOOMS-B
THIRD
AKSHITA CHAUHAN
BLOOMS-B
APPRECIATION
MISHIKA
BLOOMS-A
APPRECIATION

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(26-27) April 2014 – 1st Arturo Grecco Memorial Roller Skating Championship - 2014

Sachdeva Global School, Dwarka have won 3 Gold and 3 silver and 2 Bronze medals in the 1st ARTURO GRECCO MEMORIAL ROLLER SKATING CHAMPIONSHIP 2014.

Organized by Grecco Roller Skating School, held at J. D. TYTLER SCHOOL, Rajinder Nagar New Delhi on 26th & 27th of April 2014.

Almost 710 skaters from 70 School all over India took part. Saurabh Sangwan of class VII A and Shubham Singh of Class XI B were declared the BEST SKATERS of their age group and also won a cash price of Rs.1000/- each.

NAME CLASS MEDALS
AADYA VIKRAM SINGH
V B
1 BRONEZ
NAVAL LATA
VIB
1 SILVER
SOURABH SANGWAN
VII A
2 GOLD, 1 SILVER
Rs. 1000/-
SHUBHAM SINGH
XIB
1 GOLD, 1 SILVER,
1 BRONZE
Rs. 1000/-


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23rd April 2014 – English Language Day

English language day is observed annually on April 23 to celebrate multilingualism and cultural diversity. English is one of the two working languages of the UN Secretariat and one of the organization’s six official languages.

To promote English language day class X conducted an assembly on 25 April aiming to inform people about the history, culture and achievements associated with the language. They also inform the students that English is often referred to as a ‘world language’ or lingua France of the modern era because it is widely spoken.

The assembly encouraged the students to speak in English and they now understood it’s importance.

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23rd April 2014 - NIIT'S Science Project Making Competition

A Science project making competition was organised by HT-PACE in association with NIIT university on 4th December 2013. Our school presented two projects which were:
  • Eco Friendly Vehicle
  • Eco Friendly Pesticides

The valedictory function for the same was conducted at the National Museum of National History, Mandi House, on 23rd April 2014 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. 18 students from classes XI – XII participated in the event. There were around 50 schools participating from Delhi & NCR region. All the participants were given souvenirs by HT-PACE. It was an educative and enriching experience for the students who were exposed to the different kinds of Science projects fielded by students of various schools.



23rd April 2014 – Create to Inspire School Programme

We are glad to announce that our school has been awarded certificate of Environment Excellence and certificate for the best use of sustainability toolkit by the department of Environment (Govt. of NCT OF DELHI).

The award ceremony took place at the Delhi Secretariat Auditorium where the students presented their project followed by the puppet show. The Nokia Create to Inspire School Program was launched in Delhi in July 2013 in partnership with the Department of Environment, Govt. of NCT of Delhi and GIZ. The program is an out-of-box initiative aimed at building environmental leadership in teachers and students. SGS students undertook the project and did activities ranged from running environmental competitions, creating short environmental films, conducting street plays, engaging with local shops, conducting waste / water / energy audits, and driving e-waste collection.


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22nd April 2014 – Earth Day Assembly

Every year on April 22, over a billion people in 190 countries take action for Earth Day. From San Francisco to San Juan, Beijing to Brussels, Moscow to Marrakesh,, people plant trees, clean up their communities, contact their elected officials and more all on behalf of the environment.

To mark the importance of the day, class X conducted an assembly on ‘EARTH Day’ on 22 April students spoke about the urgent need of preserving the environment and how the whole planet is being assaulted by human activity. They urged the other students to take up initiatives like switching off lights and fans when not in use, planting more trees, save water and so on the students were motivated and pledged to take up the responsibility of saving the Earth.

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22nd April 2014 – International Earth Day

Earth Day is the day we celebrate for our amazing planet Earth and pledge to protect it. Our beautiful planet is constantly being ravaged by human activities and we seem to have forgotten that this is our home. Over the centuries we have mercilessly utilized and depleted the Earth’s resources and as a result we have to face Earth's wrath. And to spread awareness about ways every one of us can help save our Planet Earth, the students of Class II-C conducted the morning assembly on the topic ‘International Earth Day’ on 22nd April 2014.

Using slogans and props, they spoke of the urgent need to make our lifestyles and personal habits environmental friendly. It was emphasized that each one of us can make a difference and we cannot afford to wait for a catastrophe.

Mrs. Novita Chopra, Head of the School congratulated the students for their highly informative assembly and emphasized on the fact that we should realise what a gift planet Earth is. Any small effort of ours can go a long way in saving the mankind. It is in our hands that we leave behind a healthy and prosperous planet to our future generations and create a peaceful co-existence.

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(18th – 20th) April 2014 - 41st Delhi State Roller Skating Championship 2014

Sachdeva Global School, Dwarka have won 5 Gold and 3 silver and 3 Bronze medals in the 41st Delhi State Roller Skating Championship 2014 organized by Delhi Skating Association, affiliated to Roller Skating Federation of India, held at Pitam Pura Sports Complex, Pitam Pura, New Delhi from (18th – 20th) April 2014.

Saurabh Sangwan of class VII A and Shubham Singh of Class XI B were declared the BEST Skater of their age group. Almost 520 skaters from all over Delhi took part.

NAME CLASS PRIZE
UJJWAL KUMAR PANDEY IV A SILVER
AADYA VIKRAM SINGH V A GOLD, 2 BRONZE
SAHIL DALAL VII B SILVER
SOURABH SANGWAN VII A 2 GOLD,  SILVER
SHUBHAM SINGH XI B 2 GOLD, BRONZE




17th April 2014 – Special Assembly Good Friday

Good Friday is observed on the Friday before Easter Sunday. Good Friday is the day when Christians remember the crucifixion of Jesus Christ by fasting, praying, repenting and meditating. It’s the most solemn day of the year.

Special assembly on Good Friday was conducted by the students of Class II-B on 17th April 2014. The assembly started with the morning prayer, ‘Thought for the day’ followed by a short and informative skit where the students enacted the birth of Jesus Christ, Spread of Christianity and Crucifixion. Later birthday students were called on the stage and were wished. It continued with a hilarious joke that amused everyone.

The Head of the School Mrs. Novita Chopra spoke a few words of encouragement to the students and shared her views about the informative assembly and appreciated students for their efforts.

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15th April 2014 – Chess Club

SGS has started CHESS CLUB in collaboration with Delhi Chess Association (Regd.) which is affiliated to All India Chess federation. As it is known that chess inculcates the power of logical thinking, strategy building, helps a great deal in studies due to improved concentration and is pivotal in helping a young child to learn the art of decision making. The endeavor is to teach students the Game of Chess and then train them to take the game competitively as well by participating in various states, national and international competitions.

The whole syllabus is provided by FIDE, the World Chess Federation.




(29th March & 12th April 2014) - Orientation Programme

Orientation Programme is an opportunity for parents to know what to expect in the coming years and also equip themselves for it. SGS organised ‘Orientation Programme’ for the parents of classes UKG – II on Saturday, 29th March 2014 and for LKG on Saturday, 12th April 2014. The programme made the parents familiar with the school’s infrastructure and it’s culture.

The parents were acquainted with the teaching methodologies. International policy, global exposure given to the children and various social and environmental activities initiated by the school.

Mrs. Novita Chopra, Head of the school addressed the gathering and assured the parents that their children were in safe hands and the teachers will groom their ward to come out with flying colours.

It was followed by demonstrations on various activities such as Abacus, Script, Smart Class Lessons and Summarization Videos etc. to make learning process easy and interesting. The orientation programme was very informative and parents were eager to play as partners in the progress of their child.

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11th April 2014 – Baisakhi Celebration

Baisakhi is an ancient harvest festival celebrated across the Northern Indian Subcontinent. It is one of the major festivals of Sikhs and is celebrated with lot of enthusiasm and happiness in the state of Punjab as well as all over the country.

On Friday 11th April 2014, the school celebrated ‘Baisakhi’ festival in the morning assembly. Students of class II-A, gave a brief introduction about Baisakhi followed by thought for the day, colourful Bhangda Dance and Joke.

Mrs. Novita Chopra, Head of School congratulated the students for the wonderful assembly and motivated the students to perform good deeds and to show love, care and respect to their teachers, family members and friends.

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11th April 2014 – World Health Day

The seventh day of April, marks the anniversary of the founding of World Health Organization (WHO) in 1948, and is celebrated as World Health Day. Every year WHO comes up with a new theme to celebrate this day and spread awareness about health related concerns. This year’s theme is “Vector Borne Diseases, Small Bite Big Threat!”

At SGS, we realize the significance of involving students in celebrating days of International importance and its role in instilling awareness and a global outlook amongst students. On 11 April 2014, students of class XII Commerce presented a special assembly to celebrate the founding of WHO, on the theme of Vector Borne Diseases. It was an informative assembly where students shared thoughts on the issue.

Students made a special presentation on Vector Borne Diseases, and created an informative live collage on the stage.

Taking this year’s WHO theme forwards, a humorous yet poignant street play titled “Small Bite, Big Threat” was presented by students, which depicted causes and preventive measures required to tackle such diseases.

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7th April 2014 – Inter School Yoga Championship

Inter School Yoga Championship were held at N. K. Bagrodia Public School Sec-4, Dwarka, New Delhi-110078 on 7th April 2014. In the championship more than 175 student from different schools participated. 12 students of SGS participated under different age categories.

Two students were felicitated:
NAME CLASS POSITION
ARPITA TOMAR
V
FIRST
(8-12 YRS.) AGE GROUP
ABHISHEK TIWARI
IX
THIRD
(12-17 YRS.) AGE GROUP


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4th April 2014 - Disaster Management Initiatives

Sachdeva Global School is well aware of its social responsibilities and the role of a school in developing socially aware and responsible citizens. Walking on this path, the school from time to time educate children about the various disasters that they may face in future and conducts mock drills to prepare its students, for unforeseen calamity that may strike, so that they can save themselves and others around them.

Recently the school conducted a mock drill to educate students about earthquakes, where teachers helped students to exit the school and assemble at the prayer ground as per the exit plan in a calm and coordinated manner. A demonstration was put up by the student and teacher volunteers from the Disaster Management Team of the school, on how to conduct oneself in case of such an occurrence.

The Do’s and Don’t were shared, and students attention was drawn to the fact that, Delhi lies on the active seismic fault line, which makes it prone to major earthquakes.

Considering dense population in the Delhi-NCR region, an earthquake with its epicenter in the region can cause massive damage to life and property. We cannot predict earthquakes; we can only minimize damage by being prepared.

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1st April 2014 – Trip to Siri Fort Auditorium

The vivid hues of Western Classical Orchestra were implored by the students of SGS on Tuesday, 1st April 2014 under the combined initiative of the school & British Council. It was a recreational tour organised for classes VII & VIII. The orchestra comprised of 73 musicians & four sections namely: strings, woodwinds, brass & percussion as explained by Paul Rizmond. The stupendous control of the conductor on his baton which leads to beautiful tones of different sections of orchestra left everlasting impressions on their mind. The serenity of the music pieces of Mozart and Beethoven’s 5th Symphony captivated their fancies. The tour was an amalgamation of knowledge & entertainment. To the delicacies of music & culture, they just had one word “WOW!”



1st April 2014 – Welcome Assembly

The multi-faceted teachers of SGS conducted a synchronised assembly on Tuesday, 1st April 2014 in order to welcome the children to the new session. It had all the essentials of a rejuvenating and exciting beginning. Teachers displayed the exemplary ways of reading out news, thought and the joke. To seek the blessings of Lord Ganesha, a mesmerizing dance performance was given by Ms. Shiney. Finally, assembly ended with the pearls of wisdom by the prolific educator and the head of the school Mrs. Novita Chopra who has always been a guiding light for the Globalites.

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15th March 2014 – Kindergarten Graduation Day

Sachdeva Global School, Dwarka, organised ‘Graduation Day Ceremony’ for the kids of Blooms (UKG) on Saturday, 15th March 2014. Mr. Anil Sachdeva, Vice Chairman of the school was the honourable chief guest of the function. The programme started with the welcoming of the chief guest followed by the lighting of lamp by Mr. Anil Sachdeva and Head of the School Mrs. Novita Chopra.

The programme focussed on showcasing the uniqueness of Sachedeva Global School. The little narrators took the parents through a tour of the various facilities, activities and the learning atmosphere provided at SGS which nurtures their talents and develops their intellect.

The function commenced with the auspicious ‘Saraswati Vandana’ followed by ‘Orchestra and Choir’, ‘Aerobics’, ‘Yoga’, ’Skating’, ‘Rajasthani Dance’, ‘Bhangra’ and ‘Hip Hop Dance’. The tiny-tots exhibited their proficiency and confidence through the entire cultural extravaganza. The colourful costumes coupled with the enthusiasm of the young Globalites won everyones’ heart. After the Grand Finale, the Blooms’ students felt nostalgic as they shared their experiences and memories which they will cherish for life.

Then came the final moment when the young graduates, dressed up in their blue graduation robes were felicitated by Mr. Anil Sachdeva. In his adress to the students and parents, Mr. Sachdeva appreciated the efforts of the tiny-tots. The young achievers were rewarded with certificates for being promoted. The young graduates displayed their success and happiness by throwing their caps high. It was a grand and glorious day for all!

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February 2014 – Selected for Trinity Grade II Examination

Congratulations!!! Tavish Sharma (Class XI) and Ruchir Dhingra (Class IX) for having cleared GRADE - 1 of Piano curriculum of "Trinity College, London", with merits. They have been awarded with Merit Certificates and are now qualified to appear for grade II examination in Piano.






February 2014 – Flag Week For the Cause of The Deaf

All India Federation of the Deaf is an apex body of different affiliated organizations, spread all over India and serves the deaf community in elevating overall quality of life of the Deaf. Globally, it works with World Federation of the Deaf (WFD), Helsinki, Finland, which is in turn affiliated to UNESCO, UNICEF and ILO of United Nations Organization (UNO) to pursue their policies and programs for empowerment of persons with disabilities as per provision laid to U.N. Human Rights for the disabled.

Like every year, this year also All India Federation of the Deaf is organized 56th Flag Week from 1st February 2014 onwards for the cause of the Indian Deaf Community.

SGS Staff, Students and Parents donated whole heartily for the cause. A draft of Rs. 12,754/- was sent.





28th February 2014 – National Science Day

National Science Day is celebrated every year on 28th February. This year, class IV-B got the opportunity to present the assembly to commemorate the legacy of Sir C. V. Raman.

It marked the discovery of the Raman Effect by the Indian physicist Sir Chandra Sekhara Venkata Raman on 28th February 1928.

The students highlighted the objectives of celebrating this day along with the theme of the year 2014 which is: ‘’Fostering Scientific Temper’’ and ‘’Energy Conservation’’.

The assembly successfully ignited the natural curiosity of student’s minds and proved to be one more step towards the development of scientific attitude.

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28th February 2014 – QUIZ- Famous Personalities of India

From time immemorial, our country has been blessed with special personalities. In order to enhance the knowledge of our students about these great people, a Quiz Competition was organized for the students of Class I on 28th February 2014. The theme of the competition was ‘Famous Personalities of India’. Twelve students were selected for the competition on the basis of their individual performance in the preliminary round. Six teams of two students each participated in the quiz. There were six rounds of questions in which questions were asked about the famous freedom fighters, politicians, actors, sportspersons, musicians and dancers. The students participated with great zeal and enthusiasm. This competition motivated the children to take inspiration from the all time great Indian people who through their sheer determination, hard work and achievements have secured themselves a place in the list of famous personalities of India.

The winners of the competition were as follows:
NAME CLASS POSITION
NEENV MIMANI I C FIRST
SAI SMARRANN S. V. I D FIRST
KANAV DOBHAL I C SECOND
DHRUV SINHA I D SECOND
RUCHI SINGHANIA I B SECOND
INDIRA SHINDE I A     SECOND
PRINCE JHA I B THIRD
SAGAR MANGLA I C THIRD
ABHYUDAYA TAYAL I A THIRD
MUDIT SHARMA I B THIRD
DHRUV KARKI I A APPRECIATION
VANYA RANA I D APPRECIATION

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28th February 2014 – My Favourite Story Book Character

An inter-class enactment competition on the topic - My Favorite Story Book Character, was organized for the children of class II on 28th February 2014. The children represented their favorite story book characters like Cinderella, Akbar, Snow White, Robin Hood etc.

The spectators enjoyed the performance of all the participants as it was fun to see favorite characters performing live on stage. All the participants were beautifully dressed as different characters. The use of beautiful props added exquisiteness to the performance of these budding artists. The children also narrated interesting stories to depict the personality and traits of the characters that amuse them.

The competition gave them an opportunity to not only explore their favorite story book characters and speak about them, but also gave them stage confidence.

The winners of the competition were as follows:
NAME CLASS POSITION
KYAN VIKRAM SINGH II C FIRST
HARSHIT SINGH II A SECOND
AARUSH KRISHNA KUMAR II B SECOND
KANISHTHIKA II B SECOND
MASHIAT ISLAM PROMITI II A THIRD
UJJWAL AGARWAL II C THIRD
ANANYA SINGH II C THIRD

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27th February 2014 – Delhi State Best Student Award by Paryavaran Mitra

We are glad to announce that S. Padmashree (young leader for change) has been awarded the Best student award at state level.

The State Level Paryavaran Mitra Puraskar Jury for the Delhi NCR region was organized by CEE Delhi on Thursday, 27th February 2014 at the India International Centre, New Delhi. A total of 12 schools and 6 students shortlisted for the Best School and the Young Leader for Change awards respectively were invited to present their projects after the screening of the reports.

The schools and students made presentations of their projects in a prescribed format which was judged by a panel of eminent jury members comprising Dr Dinesh Kumar, Additional Director, Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangthan, Prof Manjula Batra, Dean, Faculty of Law, Jamia Milia Islamia, Dr Kiran Chokkar, Independent Consultant and Mr Sandeep Sethi, Education Officer, Central Board of Secondary Education.Mr Devinder Singh Arora, General Manager, Arcelor Mittal, supporter and partner of the Paryavaran Mitra Programme gave away the awards.

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26th February 2014 – Books Are Best Friends

"Books feed the mind and the soul"

With the view of highlighting the importance of books, a special assembly was conducted by class II - A on 26th February 2014. The children spoke beautiful lines with an objective of highlighting the significance of reading books. They emphasized upon the fact that reading books empower us with knowledge, experience and wisdom to transform us into better human beings. The young children laid stress upon the fact that books are the primary source of information by highlighting the importance of reading and acquiring knowledge through text books.

The children also laid stress upon the fact that books enable the learners to communicate and express freely. They also stressed upon the fact that books improve the ability of observation and provides pleasure and satisfaction.

The assembly also stimulated thoughts like " Today a reader, Tomorrow a leader " and "Reading without reflecting is like eating without digesting" to inculcate reading habits among the children.

All the children spoke with poise and the props added exquisiteness to the performance of the young children. The beautiful poems spoken by children in Hindi as well as in English spread the message that books are integral part of our lives.

The assembly was a successful effort by the young children to make everyone understand the value of books.

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25th February 2014 – Inter House Skating Competition

Interhouse skating competition was held on 25 February 2014. Two students from each house were selected for the finals.

The students performed with enthusiasm and zeal and displayed proficiency in the art of skating.

RESULTS

SENIOR (BOYS)
STUDENT NAME HOUSE NAME POSITION
SOURABH SANGAN GLORY FIRST
SUNIL MAHALA PRIDE SECOND
DHRUV YADAV PEACE THIRD
SAHIL DALAL HARMONY FOURTH

JUNIOR (BOYS)
STUDENT NAME HOUSE NAME POSITION
JATIN KARKI PRIDE FIRST
VINIT MALIK GLORY SECOND
UJJWAL KUMAR PANDEY GLORY THIRD

JUNIOR (GIRLS)
STUDENT NAME HOUSE NAME POSITION
JASMINE KAUR HANJRA PRIDE FIRST
NAVAL LATA GLORY SECOND
AADYA VIKRAM SINGH HARMONY THIRD



25th February 2014 – Enactment of Story Characters

“You may leave a story book but you cannot leave the character”

Such is the power of story book characters on a child. Keeping this in mind, SGS organized the competition on “Enactment of Story Characters” for the students of Buds – Blooms on 25th February 2014. Children forgot themselves and took, on the identities of their favourite story book characters like Snowhite, Cinderella, Little Mermaid etc, and also spoke a few lines on their favorite story characters. It was a great learning experience for every student. This competition was thoroughly enjoyed by the judges and audience and kept them captivated till the end.

The winners of this competition are as follows:
NAME CLASS POSITION
KHUSHNOOR KAUR BUDS D FIRST
SHATAKSHI BAJPAI BUDS C SECOND
YADUVIR GUPTA BUDS D SECOND
VANSHIKA BANWARI BUDS C THIRD
PAKHI DIXIT BUDS D THIRD


NAME CLASS POSITION
MAANASVIR SINGH BLOOMS F FIRST
ROHAN SHARMA BLOOMS B FIRST
PRIYANSH SHAH BLOOMS B FIRST
AMANDEEP KAUR BLOOMS A SECOND
SUJA MATHUR BLOOMS D SECOND
AYAAN GURUB BLOOMS D SECOND
ARYAN SHOKEEN BLOOMS C THIRD
VIDISHA RAI BLOOMS D THIRD
SAIMANN BLOOMS E THIRD

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20th February 2014 – Trip to World Book Fair

To motivate the students to indulge in extensive reading, SGS organized a trip for classes VI - VII to New Delhi World Book Fair at Pragati Maidan on Thursday, 20th February 2014.

The plethora of books on display created an element of fresh curiosity in the students who explored genres which they had hitherto not read. Meeting with authors and participating in puzzle competitions were the highlights of the day. The trip was not only informative and motivating but also extremely entertaining and left each student instilled with love for books.

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20th February 2014 – Assembly:- World of Animals

“Animals may be different from us, but may not be less than us.”

A special assembly was conducted by Buds C and D on “World of Animals” on 20th February 2014.

The students talked about various pet, domestic and wild animals along with displaying different props on the theme “Animals”.

Children also recited a rhyme on different animal sounds. At the end, children also emphasized on the values such as “be kind to animals” etc. through various slogans. In all, it was a great performance put together by the students.



18th February 2014 – Scraplabs Workshop

In order to stimulate innovative thinking and promote engineering skills among the students, a scraplabs workshop By Mr. Akshay of Scraplabs ltd. Was organised for classes VI – VIII students. Scraplabs specialises is imparting practical education to the students using ‘Learning by doing’ pedagogy. The workshop comprised practical lessons in assembling an electronic kit by the students, based on step by step instructions imparted through a presentation. The students were provided with individual take away kits to work on and were instructed to assemble electronic circuit boards comprising LED’s in series and parallel configurations.

The workshop, through very basic and limited in scope, provided a glimpse into the scraplabs methodology, which claims to make the students graduate to higher levels of designing and creating robots.

Overall it was a well conducted workshop, which saw an enthusiastic participation from the students.

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12th February 2014 – Assembly:- Sweet Memories

“Memory is a diary that we all carry about with us.”

Kindergarten is a special year in a child’s life. In order to treasure and value the Pre-School memories, the students of Buds A and B presented an assembly on “Sweet Memories” on 12th February 2014.

The students emphasized the value and importance of the ending of a very fruitful Pre-School session and enthusiastic beginning of a new session. An introduction about how they behave on the first day and what all they learnt during the whole session including academics as well as co-curricular activities was given by the students in the form of English Poems. Students danced on a melodious song “School Ke Din” joyfully followed by quotation on Pre-School Memories.

Everybody thoroughly enjoyed the extremely thoughtful initiative of the students.

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04th February 2014 – Basant Panchami

Basant Panchami is a famous festival that marks the end of winter season and ushers in the spring time. On this day, the goddess of intellect and learning – Goddess Saraswati is worshipped. In this regard, a special assembly was held on 4th Feb 2014, by the students of Class Blooms E. The assembly began with “SaraswatiVandana” by the tiny tots. The children spoke about the importance of BasantPanchami. Beautiful stage decoration and various props used by the students added colour to the stage and was mesmerizing.

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1st February 2014 - Farewell at SGS

Our outgoing Globalities (Class XII) had their farewell on 1st February 2014. The event began with a havan for the students where they were given blessings for the forthcoming exams. They were motivated and encouraged by the speech given by our Vice-Chairman Mr. Anil Sachdeva. He elaborated on the fact that their school years were on the verge of fulfillment and they are about to embark on a new journey in their lives. The lessons learnt during school life are the ones that will shape the students future.

This was followed by a cultural programme presented by our very talented Class XI, where they danced, sang and performed a humorous skit to ease the pain of separation for the outgoing Class XII. The students of Class XII also participated in a talent show where each student presented one thing they are good at. After a heartwarming performance Sangharsh of Class XII B and Simran of Class XII A were titled Mr. and Ms. SGS respectively for their outstanding performance. This was followed by a speech given by our Head of School Mrs. Novita Chopra where she challenged the outgoing batch about the reality of life outside the comfortable life in school and encouraged them to work hard for the upcoming board exams. She instilled in them a desire to persevere and also bring honor to their Alma Mater. The farewell ended on an emotional note where one of the teachers Ms. Mansi rendered a heart touching and soul searching speech to bid adieu to our very first batch of Class XI students of SGS Dwarka.

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January 2014 – National Painting Competition OGCF 2014

Noorain Sheikh of class X participated in the Painting Competition by PCRA for Oil & Gas Conservation Fortnight (OGCF 2014).

She won consolation prize of Rs. 2000/ and a certificate of merit in National Level Painting Competition.







31th January 2014 – Assembly “Patriotism”

By Patriotism, we mean genuine love for one’s own country. We recently celebrated 65 years of being Republic. With the same feeling, the students of Blooms E presented an Assembly on the theme “Patriotism”. The children were dressed as National Leaders such as Rani LaxmiBai, Mangal Pandey, Bhagat Singh etc. and presented a beautiful dance performance on the song “VandeMataram”. They also took a pledge to protect, respect and love their country. Various props like tri-coloured balloons, sash and bands were used which made the assembly more colourful. The students brought the stage alive with their passion and love for the country.

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30th January 2014 – Fancy Dress Competition (Theme: Patriotism)

An inter class “Fancy Dress Competition Theme – Patriotism” was held on 30th January 2014 for the students of Buds – Blooms to mark and remember our great warriors and leaders who fought for our country.

The students of Buds – Blooms were dressed up as freedom fighters.

The audience enjoyed the characters of Subhash Chandra Bose, Jhansi ki Rani and many more.

The competition successfully enthused the spirit of Patriotism in every student.

The winners of this competition are as follows:
NAME CLASS POSITION
ASMI JAIN BUDS A FIRST
AVIKA YADAV BUDS A SECOND
DAKSH CHAUHAN BUDS A SECOND
MISHIKA AGGARWAL BUDS B SECOND
TOSHITA BHAGAT BUDS D SECOND
AARAV SHARMA BUDS D SECOND
SHATAKSHI BAJPAI BUDS C THIRD


NAME CLASS POSITION
PRIYANSH SHAH BLOOMS B FIRST
AMITOJ SINGH WALIA BLOOMS E FIRST
ARYAN SHOKEEN BLOOMS C SECOND
ROHAN SHARMA BLOOMS B SECOND
KRIISHAY MALHOTRA BLOOMS F THIRD
AMANDEEP KAUR BLOOMS A THIRD
MAANASVIR SINGH BLOOMS F THIRD

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28th January 2014 – Annual Day Celebration

Sachdeva Global School, Dwarka proudly celeberated its Annual Day on 28th Jan 2014 with great pomp and splendour. Commemorating the 65th Republic Day of the nation, the theme of the celeberation was “Pratibimb - A Glimpse of Bhartiya Sanskriti”.

After the inaugural lamp lighting ceremony, the programme commenced with an address by the Chief Guest, Shri S. K. Sachdeva, Chairman, Sachdeva Group of Institutions. He congratulated the school on its accomplishments and motivated everyone to continue in the relentless journey of excellence in education.

In much awaited Prize Distribution Ceremony, Shri S. K. Sachdeva, along with the Vice Chairman, Mr. Anil Sachdeva and Advisor, Sachdeva Group of Schools, Mrs. Kiran Gambhir, as well as eminent member of the management, Dr. R C Chaddha gave away scholar blazers, neckties and trophies to the deserving students. The annual newsletter, “Globalities in Action” was released by Shri S. K. Sachdeva followed by an address by the Head of the School, Mrs Novita Chopra.

The cultural programme was a fine blend of Indian traditions and global outlook. Classical dances, Fusion orchestra and musical play “Cinderella” left the audience spellbound. The grand finale was a ballet depicting the richness of Indian traditions and culture and the need for preservation of the same. This musical spectacle ended on the virtuous notes of the motto of the nation - “Satyameva Jayate”!

Release of tricoloured balloons by the honourable guests marked the culmination of the annual day and left the staff, students and parents reaffirming their pledge to leave no stone unturned to make India a true global power.

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(8th – 11th) January 2014 - School Games National

Sourabh Sangwan, a student of class VI A Sachdeva Global School, Dwarka won a Bronze medal at inter Zonal Skating Championship and Shubham Singh, a student of Class X A, having won 3 silver medal in the inter zonal skating championship, went on to participate in the School Games Federation National, held at Ameya Classic Club, Virar, Mumbai between 8th to 11th January 2014. He performed with enthusiasm n zeal.








 
 
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