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    School honoured

    'Innovative Pegadogy' defines Sri VIS

    Mrs Nita Arora, Co Learner was conferred the Trophy for Innovation in Pedagogical Practices on November 26, 2019 by ASSOCHAM India and Jitin Chawla's Centre for Career Development during a day devoted to ' Development of School Education' under NEP 2019.

    Mrs Arora also was a panelist on a session on Career choices. She talked about giving choices to students in XI - XII for them to have a happy and successful career.

      SVIS being a progressive and futuristic school participated in the TCSion Intelligem online contest that was held in some eminent schools all over India during the month of September. As was shared earlier, TCSion Intelligem is a unique aptitude test that aims to strengthen various 21st century competencies that include Universal Values, Global Citizenship, Financial Literacy, Creativity and Innovation and Communication Skills.
      We feel highly proud and elated to share that 66 out of our 77 Students ( Grades V to IX) who appeared for this test have cleared the first round with flying colors. We wish them good luck as they get set to participate in higher levels and scale further heights
        We heartily congratulate Aarushi Goyal of IX D and her parents and mentors at school for winning the First Prize in Slogan Writing Competition organised by Sulabh School Sanitation Club on November 19, 2019.
          If you truly loved yourself, you could never hurt another’. Buddha
          Students of Class 8 of Sri Venkateshwar International School embarked on an odyssey to explore the saga of ‘Buddha - the enlightened one’ on November 20, 2019. They showcased the journey taken by Siddhartha from the palaces of Kapilavastu to the Bodhi tree in Gaya where he transformed into Mahatama Buddha spreading peace and a message to end the miseries of the world.
          The Chiel Guest, Mr Himanshu Ahluwalia , was mesmerised by the performance of the budding artists and applauded and encouraged them by giving them a standing ovation . In his address, he told the students that learning is an unending process and we keep growing as long as we keep learning.
          The School Principal , Ms Nita Arora , also addressed the august gathering and asked the students to find the Buddha in them , which will be the true essence of the depiction of the play.
          The energetic and expressive dances with a lively background music and graphics made the narrative even more interesting and fascinating. The live orchestra performance added a lot of emotions and gaiety that made the audience completely spellbind.
          The show culminated with a lovely message - ‘things outside you are projections of what’s inside you , what’s inside you is a projection of what’s outside.’

            *Radio Dwarka:* Rendezvous with Mrs Nita Arora, Principal Sri Venkateswar International School l Inspirational educationist https://youtu.be/9TZmZ4Y_p5Q *To Watch Click on the Link*


              16 young leaders from Sri VIS made a mark at the 'UTHAN' Youth Parliament held at the Bharti Vidhyapeeth University, Paschim Vihar on 2-3 November, 2019.

              Representing Committees such as National Press, Citizen Dialogue Forum, All India Students Body Meet, AIPPM and Rajya Sabha , they won many prizes and accolades.

              1.Hitanshi Arora of Class 11 E was declared the Best Editor and was honoured with a Trophy and cash prize of Rs1500.

              2. Pranav Bagga of Class 9 won the Trophy for being the Best Speaker.

              3.Amia Gigoo of Class 10 A won the Trophy for being adjudged the Best Journalist and was also awarded a cash prize of Rs1500.

              We highly appreciate the mentoring of Ms Jagjeet Kaur, Ms Nisha Das and other co teachers.

              Congratulations young leaders and parents!

                Our Head Boy 2019-20 has risen in stature by delivering a TEDx Talk at Heritage Girls School, Udaipur on November 9, 2019

                Let us hear from him, as he shares his experience:
                "The feeling of standing in the TEDx’s red circle is something I couldn’t have never thought of a year before but here we are. Now that I’ve stood there and given my talk titled 'How De-Stigmatisation of mental illnesses went all wrong,' it was genuinely one of the most fulfilling experience of my life.
                I got to interact and see ideas come to reality by all the speakers that included Diya Chordia, Lt Gen Balbir Singh Sandhu, Saumya Pande, Chaitanya Lila Das and many more.
                Interacting with these people across very distinct forms of life makes you question more, think more and most importantly, do more.
                The staff at Heritage Girls School was very caring and hospitable. They took care of every single detail; on and off stage. Special thanks to Ms. Nikita Jain who made me feel right at home and Principal Mrs. Tulsi Bhatia, who as a motherly figure, guiding me every step of the way.
                I am thankful to my school for the opportunity."
                Mayank Bhardwaj

                  School Co Learner Mrs Nita Arora participated in the Faculty Development Programme of IIT Kharagpur organised by Next Education from Nov 6-8, 2019.

                  Sri VIS has joined the HRD Minister Research Project of Prof S Das Mondal of Centre of Educational Technology, IIT Kharagpur on developing the Course Outcomes and will thus be better equipped to bring out further change in the teaching learning environment where technology assists the process in the most effective way and teachers nurture the students to become independent, confident learners who realise the need of learning, thus are self motivated.

                      Workshop on Teaching Creative Writing

                      An instructor led workshop on Teaching Creative Writing was organized for the faculty members of the department of English on October 19,2019. The session was facilitated by Orient Blackswan Private Limited.
                      The objectives of the session were to understand the present motivation levels of students and employ innovative learner centred methods to enrich writing classes. The facilitator, Ms. Kavita Iyer shared Simple writing tips like, “Show , don’t tell, and ‘Kill the adverbs’ which could bring a world of difference to a piece of writing .The participants enthusiastically participated in the activities which were demonstrated during the workshop.
                      Famous consequences, Hot Seat, Silly Sentences, Collaborative writing were some of the activities which were tried out by the participants. The participants could relate to the activities and came up with ideas to adapt them in their classrooms.

                        UNIVERSITY EXPOSURE TO SCHOOL STUDENTS

                        Following the participation of our students in Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies, SRCC, ARSD College, IIT Delhi, IIT Mumbai, IIT Kharagpur, National Physics Laboratory, PUSA and DDU College events, STEAM CLUB members of Sri VIS made a mark at Sri Venkateswara College, Delhi University at VISTAAR ( Venkateswara Initiatives in Science Training in Academics and Research) held on November 1, 2019

                        The enthusiasm, participation and initiative of our students was highly appreciated and Sri VIS was awarded the VISTAAR 2019 Trophy.

                        Sri VIS team of Yashas Ranjan, Ayush & Kapeesh won the First Prize in Robowar and was the recipient of ?1500 Cheque voucher & prizes.

                        Mehak Hira, Muskan Mahajan, Kumar Shashwat & Kartik enjoyed the learning gained in DIY Science activities.

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                          "We keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing new things, because we’re curious and curiosity leads us down new paths.~ Walt Disney "