Events


INTER HOUSE KARATE COMPETITION 2016 – 2017

Inter House Karate Competition was held at Arwachin International School, Delhi. All the participants performed well in the event of Individual Kumite. There were four groups in the competition. They were categorized according to the classes.

(1)   Senior Group-Class  9 & 10

(2)   Junior Group – Class 7 & 8

(3)   Sub-Junior Group-Class 5 & 6

(4)   Cadet Group – Class 4

Senior & Junior Group Karate Competition was held on 30th January 2017.

 The Winners of the competition were:-

(1)   Senior Group

NAME

CLASS

HOUSE

PLACE

CATEGORY

Mohak Sharma

10 - A

Tilak

1st

Boys

Padmanambh Tewari

9 - C

Tilak

2nd

Boys

Yashraj

9 - C

Tagore

3rd

Boys

 

(2)   Junior Group : -

NAME

CLASS

HOUSE

PLACE

CATEGORY

Abhinav Chechi

8 - A

Bose

1st

Boys

Aryan Yadav

8 - A

Bose

2nd

Boys

Praful Aggarwal

8 - C

Shastri

3rd

Boys

Sejal Mittal

7 - A

Shastri

1st

Girls

Ishika Ahuja

7 - A

Tagore

2nd

Girls


Sub Junior & Cadet Group Karate Competition was held on 17th January 2017.

 

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(1)   Sub Junior Group : -

NAME

CLASS

HOUSE

PLACE

CATEGORY

Abhimanyu Baliyan

6 - C

Bose

1st

Boys

Pratham Gupta

6 - A

Bose

2nd

Boys

Abhey Chauhan

6 - A

Tilak

3rd

Boys

Arpita Tewari

6 - B

Tilak

1st

Girls

Bhoomi Sharma

6 - B

Shastri

2nd

Girls

Bhumi Jain

6 - C

Bose

3rd

Girls


(2)     Cadet Group : -

NAME

CLASS

HOUSE

PLACE

CATEGORY

Krish Khanna

4 - C

Tilak

1st

Boys

Ansh Awasthi

4 - B

Tilak

2nd

Boys

Ayush Garg

4 – A2

Tagore

3rd

Boys

Pratistha Mishra

4 - C

Tilak

1st

Girls

Pakhi Vijay

4 - B

Bose

2nd

Girls

Yukti Sharma

4 - C

Shastri

3rd

Girls

 


    ANNUAL EXHIBITION, 2017

     

    Arwachin International School heldd its Annual Exhibition for classes 6-11 on 28th February, 2017. This great event was inaugurated by Dr. Veena Rani Singh, Deputy Director of Education, Zone 6 and Mr. Sushil kumar, Principal, Govt. Boys’ Senior Sec. School, Dilshad Garden which was attended enthusiastically by our esteemed parents and guests. It focused on ingraining an innovative and creative attitude in our young students to make them comprehend the interdependence of science, technology and society by a hands-on experience. The exhibition seeks to engage children and teachers to synergize experiences and motivate each other to design and develop something novel.

    The exhibits by the different classes were indeed eye opener on various topics related to Green Energy, Save Tigers, Best out of waste, Bio – Diversity and may more on the theme SAVE ENVIRONMENT(Classes 6-8) and Internet of Things, My Government Apps, Digi locker, Swachchh Bharat Apps, Digital villages, Smart cities, Cashless India etc. on the theme DIGITAL INDIA (Classes 9-11) including unique exhibits by Art & Craft ,French and Japanese department.The STEM and ROBOTICS clubs also displayed exhibits on Steering with Gears and Sensing robots. Hundreds of displays dotted several sections of school with participation ranging from classes 6 to 11. Each corridor became a celebration of the Digital India Campaign and Save Enviromment as the future citizens furiously beckoned visitors to stop by and visit their classes.

     

    The Principal, Mrs. Peter, the Chief Guest, Mrs Veena Rani Singh  and the judges applauded the students of their novel ideas ,hard work and enthusiasm. They also congratulated them for for participating in the exhibition whole heartedly.

     


      Republic Day Celebration

       

      The 68th Republic Day was celebrated in all its solemnity and grandeur at Arwachin International School on 25th January 2017.  The programme began with the lighting of lamp by the Principal and the Director of the school.
      The beautiful cultural programme began with students playing patriotic song with different musical instruments.  

      The audience reverberated with patriotic fervour and enthusiasm. They together sang ‘Sare Jahan Se Acha’

      The choir presented an energetic song “My Revolution”.   The whole school joined the choir and the song echoed in the surroundings. The students brought the stage alive with their passion and love for the motherland. Students also performed a dance on the song ‘It Happens Only in India’. They have shown the energy and rhythm which motivated all to clap and to enjoy the moments. Our country is really colourful and that colour and feeling of unity was evident in a song and dance performance on ‘Desh Rangeela’.  A solo song performance on ‘Nanna Munna Rahi Hun’ turned into a group performance when the audience sang along with the little singer.

       

      India is known for its “Unity in Diversity” because people of many religions, castes, culture and tradition live together with unity. The students of Arwachin presented a Fashion Show on this theme. The programme ended with everyone singing the National Anthem together.

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        Founder’s Day
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        Founder’s Day

        Founder’s day is the most important day in the school calendar. It is the day when we remember the founder of the school, Shri Shri Niwasji, who was very fondly called bauji. He had the vision that led to the creation of Arwachin family.

        Mr. Arun Sharma, our honourable director and Mrs. Peter, our respected Principal, graced the occasion on 12th January. The lighting of the lamp ushered auspiciousness and divinity in the air. The programme began with the video presentation on bauji that highlighted his philanthropic ways of life. The students dedicated different poems in the fond memory of bauji. The choir which sang the English song “See you again” mesmerized everyone. The young instrumentalists stole everybody’s heart by playing a melodious tune of the track “Pita se hai naam hamara”. The choir that sang “Madhuban khushboo deta hai” reminded us of bauji’s selfless service to the world. Finally the Arwachinian dancers offered their prayer to the Lord to bless the Arwachin family so the legacy that was left by bauji can be spurred onto new heights.

        To conclude, Mr. Arun Sharma shared his bauji’s dream with the students. He shared how bauji never bowed down to the evils like corruption. IT was a moment of great pride when he told everyone that the first Indira Award of excellence in education was given to Arwachin, Balbir Nagar, which was a young sapling sown by none other than our bauji. Mrs. Peter fondly remembered him and thanked everyone who contributed towards the growth and success of Arwachin.

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