Prize distribution at Amity International School
Amity International School, Noida held the Primary Prize Distribution Ceremony which was inaugurated by Chief Guest, Mr. Fancisco Tachi Cazal, President, AFS Intercultural Program, Inc.delhi Updated: Jun 15, 2010 00:00 IST
Amity International School, Noida held the Primary Prize Distribution Ceremony which was inaugurated by Chief Guest, Mr. Fancisco Tachi Cazal, President, AFS Intercultural Program, Inc. Various other distinguished guests graced the occasion. In her address, Principal, Renu Singh welcomed the guests and congratulated the students. The event included a Jugalbandi of Bharatnatyam and Kathak. Swapna Paul, Headmistress announced the names of prize winners. Over 2400 prizes and certificates for both academics and co-curricular activities were awarded to the meritorious students.
New State Academy Senior Secondary School, Pitampura hosted 10th Satya Kamrah Memorial Day. The day was also observed as Shakespeare day and a tribute to ‘The Bard of Avon’ was paid by conducting an English debate, ‘Crosswords’. The Rolling Trophy for the debate was bagged by Bal Bharti, Pitampura while a combined Rolling Trophy for all other events was bagged by Sachdeva Public School, Pitampura. Principal Dr. Sangeeta Bhatia extended vote of thanks.
Manava Bharati India International School, Panchsheel Park observed a ‘Social Sciences Week’. The Social Science Department organised various quizzes, skits and board displays. The highlights of the week were the ‘Walk to Save the Environment’, a mock Panchayat and a mock Parliament. During the week, there were a number of PowerPoint presentations by the students on topics such as the French Revolution and the historical monuments of India. At the end of the week, Principal, Bharati Pandey advised the students to develop a passion for arts and literature as this would add value to whatever they chose to do in their lives.
The Ramjas Inter-School Debates in English and Hindi were held which was graced by the presence of Chief Guests, Suryakanthi Tripathi, Former Ambassador to Spain and Dr. Govind Vyas, well known poet and Mantri, Hindi Bhawan of the English and Hindi debates respectively. The Preliminary Rounds were held earlier at Ramjas School, Pusa Road where over fifty schools participated and ten teams were selected for the finals. Eminent scholars and writers judged the event. The winners for the running trophy in English were Ahlcon Public School while in Hindi, the winners were Amity International School, Saket