Sanskriti School launches its website
Sanskriti School, Chanakyapuri, launched a new, upgraded and interactive website. Inaugurated by school chairperson Jaya Chandrashekhar and other committee members, the dynamic facet of the website makes it student-friendly.delhi Updated: Aug 15, 2010 23:55 IST
Sanskriti School, Chanakyapuri, launched a new, upgraded and interactive website. Inaugurated by school chairperson Jaya Chandrashekhar and other committee members, the dynamic facet of the website makes it student-friendly. Parents and teachers can access the website for information on academic and extra curricular activities in the school. All information pertaining to the school will be uploaded daily to facilitate excellent communication between the school and the parent and student community.
K.R. Mangalam World School, Greater Kailash II, hosted an inter-school talent fiesta 'Aviram Tarang', a festival of dance, music, colour, drama and an endeavour to recognise, encourage and nurture talent. Twenty-four schools from across Delhi participated in the fiesta and over 600 students showcased their skills. The event provided the students a platform to exhibit not only their talent but also creativity. St. George's School, Alaknanda, was declared the 'All Round Winner'. The talent fiesta was a great success and the key behind it was the dedicated effort of the team, who worked with great zeal and enthusiasm under the able guidance of Principal Jyoti Gupta.
Manava Bharati India International School, Panchsheel Park, celebrated Vanmahotsav, which was inaugurated by principal Bharati Pandey. It was followed by a small presentation of a 'Nukkad Natak' depicting how the present day civilization is depleting the Earth's green cover and the ways students can contribute towards maintaining ecological balance. The programme concluded with planting of saplings by the students, along with the principal and parents.
Bal Bharati Public School, Rohini, organised 'Rachna'- a Creative Festival that provided a platform for the students to showcase their talent and creativity. Chief guest Meenu Goswami, Principal, BBPS Pitampura, and Secretary, BBPS Rohini, were welcomed by Rekha Sharma, principal of BBPS Rohini. About 20 schools participated in the festival in various events such as Double Ad Mad, Innovate Illustrate and Illuminate, Movie Making, Geo metrical Representation, Dance, Breaking News, etc.
Bal Bharati, Noida, was adjudged as the best winning school and was awarded the Running Trophy.
First Published: Aug 15, 2010 23:54 IST