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ASSET is a skill based test that measures student’s conceptual understanding, benchmarks school’s performance at an international, national & regional level with actionable insights through easy-to-understand reports.

They measure child’s competency in Hindi, English, Mathematics, Science and Social Science from classes 3 to 10. The best part about this exam is that they provide personalized feedback to each child who has participated by providing them with My Book, which tells them about their weak areas and specifically tells them about the skills, they need to work upon.

Arwachin International School also believes in such concept of self improvement and diagnostic testing. The students of classes 3 to 6 participated from our school and achieved a good percentile. The exam was conducted on 31st January 2019.


    An Inter School Singing Competition was held at Gandhi Hindustani Sahitya Sabha Sannidhi.1, Jawahar Lal Nehru marg, Rajghat, New Delhi-2,on 31-1-19.About 60 Government/Government aided and Private reputed schools all over Delhi took part in the competition. The theme of this competition was “Gandhi ji ke Priya Bhajan”.

    Vasu Goyal-4A, Hansika Rohatgi-3C, Vibhuti Gupta-8A, Aryansh Nigam-7C, Siddhant Agarwal-9C, Kokila Rohatgi-7A of our school participated in the competition and sang various bhajan, stuti and made the whole atmosphere melodius.

    It is a proud moment for the Arwachinians to announce that Aryansh Nigam of class-7C bagged the first position in the competition. It is indeed a matter of pride that Aryansh Nigam was highly appreciated by the judges. He was felicitated by the honourable Education Minister Mr. Manish Sisodia ji and awarded with a certificate, a book “Satya Ke Prayog” and a cash reward of Rs.1050. All the other participants were awarded with the participation certificate along with a book based on the teachings of Gandhi ji.It was a wonderful experience for all the participants.



      Amity Chess Cup an Inter School Chess Competition was held on 29th and 30th January at Amity International School, Mayur Vihar Phase 1, Delhi. The Secretary of District Chess Association, Mr. K.C Joshi was the chief guest of the programme. One hundred and twenty participants from sixteen different schools of Delhi and NCR participated in the event. Eight students from Arwachin International School participated in the competition in the categories- Under 10 years and Under 15 years.


        India International Centre, Gandhi Yuva Biradari and Working Group on Alternative strategies celebrated 90th birthday commemoration of Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday, 21st January 2019 at India International Centre. 14 schools from NCR and Delhi participated in the programme. The moderators of the programme were Shri Suhas Borker and Shri Ramesh Sharma.

        The programme started with the lightning of the lamp. The song titled “ Hum Honge Kamyab” was sung by all. Then a short film on Martin Luther King was screened. A speech on the life of Martin Luther King Jr. was given by Shri suhas Borker. Later an interactive session was held on the topic” Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.” The students of Arwachin International School actively participated in the session. The programme was concluded with the National Anthem.  

          ‘Code to Learn’

          Google India under the banner of the Rashtriya Avishkar Abhiyan organised a contest on the concepts of computer science and programming to promote fun and new tools for learning. These tools are called Scratch and App inventor. By using these tools students can create animations, stories, games and even Android apps without writing even one line of programming code. Apoorv Mittal of class 8 – A, participated in the contest and was selected as a finalist. He has designed a very interesting game in Scratch software. The game was based on moving an object using arrow keys and pass different levels of the game. Music changing was also available as one of the options in the game. At the end of the game a score card is also generated, which includes time taken to complete the task and some other details related to the way it was played. 

            Range level Quiz Competition on Road Safety

            Range Level Quiz Competition on Road Safety was held on 16th January 2019 in National Bal Bhawan, New Delhi. Arwachin International School bagged the second position.

            Devansh  Pratap Singh and Sambhav Rawat were awarded a cash prize of Rs. four thousand on 6th Feburary 2019 at Traffic Training Park, Punjabi Bagh.

              Japanese Cultural Exchange Programme in Delhi

              The Japan Foundation, New Delhi in cooperation with the Japan Council of Local Authorities for International Relations, Singapore (J.Clair) organized a Cultural Exchange Promotional Programme on 16th January,2019 at the Japan Foundation, New Delhi.

              The main objective of this program was to create an opportunity for Japanese local government officials and members of the Japanese Language School Teacher’s Association (JALSTA) to exchange opinions about their perceptions of each other’s country, thereby promoting mutual understanding between the participants of both the countries.

              The main topics of exchange and discussion between Japanese and Indian participants were:

              ·        The Education System(compulsory education, tertiary education etc.)

              ·        International Exchange Programmes in Japanese Local Governments and Indian Schools

              ·        Japan and India’s perspective of each other’s country (data comparison, cultural differences etc.)

              Our Japanese language teacher, Mrs. Jain successfully presented a speech on the Education System of India in this programme.

              This programme will strengthen the cultural bond between both countries and open further mutual avenues.


                EdTech Solutions Conference

                On 12th Jan’19 EdTech Solutions organized a conference emphasizing upon the role and importance of Technology in education in the 21st century. All the leaders from famous institutes in Delhi attended the same. Ms. Natasha Sharma represented our school. Mrs. Sapna Aggarwal, a learned educationist and a famous trainer, commenced the event with a wonderful ice breaker activity which emphasized upon the leadership qualities that principals, in-charges and co-ordinators must possess in order to be an effective leader.

                This was followed by a series of discussions and presentations on the importance of technology in the current scenario of education. The event concluded with the key highlight of the discussion that although the schools may provide a wide range of technical help in the class rooms, but the role of an effective teacher remains unmarked and unmoved.  

                  ( 2018-2019)

                  "Don't measure yourself by what you have accomplished, but by what you should have accomplished with your ability.”

                  Arwachinians have proved this again in TUG OF WAR. After putting in days of hard work and intense training, Mansi Sharma, Tanushree, Sejal Mittal, Samiksha Gupta are selected for TUG OF WAR Nationals held at shollingur (Tamilnadu) .Their hard work and determination helped them to the Nationals.This is a moment of pride for the students and the school as the students represented their state. Heartiest congratulations to them as well as their coach MR. DINESH CHAND PAPNAY for polishing the talents of these stars.

                    RUGBY NATIONAL GAMES

                    "Never give up!! Failure and rejection are only the first step to succeeding." Arwachinian are prepared to win different competitions even hearts by their fabulous performances. After putting in days of hard work and intense training, Archita from 8-A and Pakhi from 6-B were selected for RUGBY Nationals held at  Bhubaneswar (Odisha) and secured 4th position in under 14 category from 24 Dec till 2 Jan . They practice a lot in school ground and they also went to Vasantkunj for practice with rugby hurricanes and they are the part of Delhi rugby hurricanes team as they are practicing from July. In the end, its extra efforts that separate a winner from second place. It starts with complete command of the fundamentals. Then it takes desire, determination, discipline, and self sacrifice.  And finally, it takes a great deal of love, fairness and respect for your fellow man. Putting all these together, and even if you don't win, how can you lose??? Our children are all graded up & practicing for the next year.

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