Mount St Mary’s, Delhi Cantt hosts debate contest
Mount St Mary’s School, Delhi Cantt hosted a debate competition for the students of classes 11th and 12th on the topic 'Criminal Rehabilitation-a Lost Cause'. This was followed by 'Ad Enact' with students of classes 9th and 10th creating ads and jingles on popular products.delhi Updated: Sep 07, 2009 02:35 IST
Mount St Mary’s School, Delhi Cantt hosted a debate competition for the students of classes 11th and 12th on the topic 'Criminal Rehabilitation-a Lost Cause'. This was followed by 'Ad Enact' with students of classes 9th and 10th creating ads and jingles on popular products. The lively debate saw speakers from the four houses-- Price, Hogan, Hughes and Parkinson--engaged in presenting their arguments, interspersed with incisive interjections. Arjun Narayan walked away with first prize as best debater while Yuvraj Wahi was awarded second prize. Leo Lukos and Vikram Deep tied for the third place. The debate competition was judged by Rev Bro Abraham, Protima Naidu, Manager-PACE and Neeta Dogra, artist and textile designer. Principal, Rev Bro Dominic Jacob congratulated the winners.
Apeejay School, Sheikh Sarai held an exhibition on global warming on the theme 'Jal Hai to Kal Hai'. The exhibition was formally declared open by the Chief Guest, GS Singhvi, CEO, Arihant Logistics. The exhibition was well attended by parents who were all praise not only for the great relevance of the theme but also for the educative and creative display of the exhibits.
Summer Fields School, Kailash Colony held the installation ceremony of the Interact Club. The luminaries present to witness the event were Sanjeev Jawahar, President, Rotary Club(South East), other Rotarians and esteemed parents. Welcoming the guests Anita Malhotra, Principal highlighted the aim of such programmes which is to make meaningful changes in the lives of young ambassadors of benevolence. The new team comprises of a President, Purnima Dewan and Vice President, Sagar Gupta. The first act of kindness was started the day the new members were inducted by inviting four visually impaired persons from the Humanity Foundation for an interaction. Sahiba Grover and Ujjwal Maidan were awarded certificates for the most active interactors. The event was followed by a cultural programme.