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Thursday, August 17, 2017

स्वतंत्रता दिवस के सुवसर पर रंगारंग संगीतमय शाम का सफल आयोजन


(छाया एवं रिपोर्ट: एस.एस.डोगरा)
गत दिनों मलहार संगीत कला केंद्र एवं मुकेश स्मृति कला संगम के संयुक्त प्रयासों द्वारा “आजादी की उमंग, मुकेश जी के संग” नामक रंगारंग संगीतमय संध्या का सफल आयोजन इंडिया इस्लामिक कल्चरल सेंटर में हुआ.

उक्त कार्यक्रम के संजोयक परमिंदर चड्ढा एवं प्रदीप शर्मा के अनुसार इस संगीत भरी महफ़िल को रंगीन बनाने में तेजपाल सिंह, गर्वित शर्मा, जसविंदर परमार, कपिल तिवारी, अतुल नागपाल, पवन त्यागी, दलीप रैना, रमेश ठाकुर, शिव कुमार शुक्ला, जया शर्मा, अंकिता मेघा ने अपनी दिलकश आवाज से उपस्थित सैंकड़ो संगीतप्रेमी दर्शकों का मन मोह लिया. 

इस मौके पर दूरदर्शन की उप महा निदेशक दीपा चंद्रा बतौर मुख्यातिथि उपस्थित रहीं. इस संगीतमय संध्या का मंच संचालन मंजू त्रिपाठी ने बड़े ही मनमोहक अंदाज से किया. इसी दौरान गायक एवं गयिकायों को सम्मानित भी किया गया.





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1st Patriotic Film Festival


Dear media friends/students, Be a part of this 1st Patriotic Film Festival. Come forward & fill the color of patriotism in this festival which is an part of 5th Asiad Literature Festival by Bharat Nirman NGO.

ECO WEEK CONDUCTED AT NKBPS, DWARKA

‘Think Green, Act Green , Eat Green and Go Green’ .These are the slogans followed by most of the nations these days . With the main objective of preservingour environment.’ N.K. Bagrodia Public School, Dwarka celebrated Eco-Week with enthusiasm from 3rd August 2017 to 10th August 2017 to sensitize the students about their responsibilities towards the environment and make the children aware about how they can play a positive role in being instruments of change .

During this week students of all the classes participated in a plethora of activities such as Recycling Champion, Best out of waste, collage on endangered and extinct species of animals, Poster making ,Debates and Group discussion on Man versus Nature. Cleanliness drive was undertaken by students of class VI, the area near the school was selected for the drive .Student took out a rally with banners and posters giving message to grow and protect trees and keep our city clean.They acted locally but thought globally. During cleanliness drive the students went and met people and gave them handouts to motivate them to make their surrounding cleaner.

Students of class VIII staged a “NUKKAD NATAK” highlighting the benefits benefit of maintaining cleanliness at public places and also describing the magnitude of the problems emerging out of unclean surroundings. They stressed on using dustbins for disposing off the garbage.

The events organized for secondary and sr. secondary wing were Inter house Power point presentation on Environmental Degradation and Vanmahotsava. Students participated with full enthusiasm and it was enlightening for them as they did research and understood the need for a green and pollution-free environment for life to survive on earth.

The chief guest Dr. B.C. Sabata (senior scientific officer in the environment department of Govt. of NCT, Delhi ) and principal Dr. (Mrs.) Rajee N. Kumar along with the students spearheaded this drive by planting the saplings in the school ground. The chief guest asked the students to preserve and conserve the environment and stressed the need to understand the concept of sustainable development.

He lauded the efforts of participants.In his inspirational speech,he urged the students to do their bit in ensuring that our planet continues to be a pristine place for us and our future generations to live in.

In short , Eco week went a long way in making the students realize that ‘A big difference to the lives of the dwellers of this beautiful planet stems from the responsible thoughts and individual contributions of each one of us, every day and in every way.’

J M International School organized a seminar on ‘Global avenues of higher studies for Indian students’

To facilitate students explore various avenues post school, J M International School organized a seminar on ‘Global avenues of higher studies for Indian students’ for Grades X to XII on 10 August 2017 in collaboration with International Knowledge Centre. The Career Development Programme at J M International School is aligned with the philosophy of "Indian roots & Global wings" approach, considering the whole world as a global village. It aims at equipping our students with the skills and competencies to create global citizens. 

Representatives from renowned and reputed colleges including IUPUI, Rutgers University, University of St. Thomas, University of Alabama and University of Delaware shared about the numerous prospects that these universities offer including great faculty and a hands on experience for different subjects. The students were also apprised about the hassle free procedure of applying to a foreign university, the unique features, admission criteria and requirements of each university.

The erudite interaction truly proved beneficial for the young aspirants as they correlated the various courses according to their aptitude, interest and personalities and also enabled them to understand the options available to them after completing Grade XII.

FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017 - India’s biggest sports tournament kicks-off in 50 days

At 1700 hrs on Wednesday 16 August, it will be exactly 50 days to the start the FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017.

The six Host Cities of the tournament – Goa, Guwahati, Kochi, Kolkata, Navi Mumbai and New Delhi – are waiting to welcome fans from India and across the world and witness some of the world’s brightest talents take the field.

"The Tournament is fast approaching and we see the interest from fans in the country increasing day by day. Fans are eagerly awaiting the opportunity to see world class football live in their own cities. There is an atmosphere for football that has been gaining momentum in India and we hope that it will result in the country showing full stadiums to the world when the World Cup comes,” said Javier Ceppi, Tournament Director of the LOC for FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017.

At 5 pm IST on 6th October, Colombia and Ghana will lock horns at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in New Delhi, and New Zealand and Turkey will play at the Dr DY Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai.

Speaking about the milestone, Joy Bhattacharjya, Project Director, LOC, FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017 added, “The Tournament is just around the corner. We are looking to ​keep ​the Tournament,​ top of mind with the support of all our partners. We all need to give it our utmost to make sure the Indian team has the maximum support possible for the ​World Cup ”.

The FIFA U-17 World Cup, where a host of world famous stars first made their breakthrough, will feature 24 teams from every confederation. Fans can book their place in history and buy tickets to watch the matches live at www.fifa.com/india2017/ticketing.

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Youth Impact through Football: Mission XI Million at Harvard Model UN India

Football is the world’s most popular sport, and India has the world’s largest youth population. This year, presents a wonderful opportunity for the sport in India, as the country is set to host the FIFA U-17 World Cup later this year.

On this occasion, the All India Football Federation (AIFF) and the Local Organizing Committee for the FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017, with the support of the Government of India, have created a pioneering program called ‘Mission XI Million’ (MXIM), that intends to bring at least 11 million school kids in the country actively playing football in the run up to the event.

Over 1500 students, from across 250 schools will pledge their support to the mission, and dedicate a small message to the Indian national football team, at Harvard Model United Nations India (HMUN India), which is the most premier student conference of its kind in the nation.

Speaking to the students through a video message, Mr. Javier Ceppi, Tournament Director, LOC, FIFA U-17 World Cup said, “In order to be an integral human being you need not only to be smart and have it, but also to strike a balance between studies and life, and that’s what we’re trying to bring through Mission XI Million by taking football to all the students around the country”.

Each year, HMUN India brings together not only the brightest students, but also key educators, thought leaders, youth icons, and corporate partners, to engage Gen-Z students in open dialogue towards a better future, for all.

Mr. Joy Bhattacharjya, Project Director, LOC, FIFA U-17 World Cup said “I know that many of you [students] have dreams and aspirations of making our country a much better place to be, and we’re trying to do much the same using football as our way of promoting cultures, values and health, among the children”.

The conference, with the theme of ‘Development through Diversity’, will see students take the Mission XI Million pledge and carry official footballs back with them, to promote the sport in their schools.

Harvard Model UN India 2017 is being held from 12th to 15th August at the Hyderabad International Convention Centre and is co-hosted by Worldview Education and Harvard International Relations Council.

Independence & Janmashtmi celebrated at Bal Bhavan International School


The spiritual nation
Freedom in our mind,
Faith in our words,
Pride in our hearts,
Memories in our souls.

Every citizen of Indiais well aware that 15th August is the day when India got its Independence from British rule to become a free country. The day is celebrated all over in unity with great patriotism. To commemorate the sovereignty of our nation, our vice-principal, Mrs. Jaspreet Kaur unfurled the tricolor flag and all in unison sang the National Anthem and expressed the joy of our freedom. Furs and plumes wing of our school had showcased this day of liberty and unity by filling our hearts with patriotism. A skit depicting secularism of this diverse nation and formation of our TIRANGA left us all speechless whereas a mute dance with sign language was performed on our National Anthem by class 1 students was awestruck filling us with gratitude. Our tiny tots had also performed dance and sang patriotic songs paying their gratitude to nation. The whole celebration had reminded us the struggle; valor, blood and sweat of our people invested to bring back its freedom and made us felt proud again to be an INDIAN. JAI HIND. JAI BHARAT.

The festival of “Janmashtmi” was also celebrated with traditional gaiety and enthusiasm. Students of class 2nd mesmerized the audience with their scintillating performances based on the theme of festivity. The attractive, costumes, songs, bhajans, the fascinating props made the assembly worth viewing. To mark Lord Krishna’s birth and his friendship with Sudhama reinforce the message that God is for everyone, our kids brandish the entire episodes graciously. The students imbibed the message that whenever there is any rise of evil or the acts of evil, which can destroy the humanity, then the God himself will come and kill the evil and try to restore peace and harmony.

INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATED AT R.D.RAJPAL SCHOOL


Students of R.D.Rajpal School witnessed the unfurling of the national flag at a special assembly hosted by Sankalp House. The stage was decorated with tri-colour flags. Students took a pledge to give their sincere support to nation development programmes. 

The school choir presented a patriotic song while the dancers enthralled the audience with a vibrant folk dance. The message conveyed through skit, that Gandhi’s values are needed to be promoted in present times, which are passing through turbulent situations due to corruption and malpractices. 

Principal Ms. Alka Kshatriya motivated the students to practice self discipline and become awakened citizens of a progressive nation.

Shri Ram Katha at Shri Radha Krishna Mandir sewa samiti Dwarka


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