Save the environment, say students of Indraprastha Intl School, Dwarka
Indraprastha International School, Dwarka, as part of the Grand Banyan Project and as a continuation of its ‘Go Green’ efforts, held a rally to sensitise the general public about the need to save the environment from further decay.delhi Updated: Oct 03, 2011 00:32 IST
Indraprastha International School, Dwarka, as part of the Grand Banyan Project and as a continuation of its ‘Go Green’ efforts, held a rally to sensitise the general public about the need to save the environment from further decay.
More than 200 students accompanied by 20 teachers and the Delhi traffic police spread the universal message of the three R's — reduce, reuse and recycle. BC Sabata, senior scientific officer, department of environment, office of chief minister of Delhi was the guest of honour. AS Rana, chairperson, Indraprastha Group of schools, was present for the inaugural function to inspire students.
LV Sehgal, principal, Bal Bharti Public School, Ganga Ram Hospital Marg, was elected the chairman of the National Progressive Schools’ Conference (NPSC) recently. NPSC is a four decade old, prestigious organisation that consists of more than 120 public schools from all over India as its members. Other office bearers who were elected include vice chairperson Ameeta Mullah Wattal, principal, Springdales School, Pusa Road; secretary, Chitra Nakra, principal, Veda Vyasa DAV Public School, Vikas Puri; joint secretary, Rachna Pandit, principal, DPS Maruti Kunj and treasurer George Matthews, principal, Jaspal Kaur Public School, Shalimar Bagh, New Delhi.
Kulachi Hansraj Model School, Ashok Vihar, organised its annual computer symposium, 'Edge 2011'. Chief guest Hari Shankar Gupta, social worker and MLA, lit the inaugral lamp and also released the computer magazine. Principal P Dutta welcomed the guests and introduced Tech4us, the computer club. She stressed the need for a holistic environment to enhance learning and absorb information. The symposium included quizes, programming in JAVA, website designing, digital edge, robotics competition, photo story, gaming and others.
St Columbus, Faridabad, recently organised its annual athletic meet, which saw participation from students of all classes. The meet was flagged off by chairman Rishi Chaudhary and principal Sangeeta Bhati. Prem Krishan Arya, president, Bhadkal Vidhan Sabhaand, who was the chief guest, gave the medals to the winners.