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Vibgyor- Make – Athon an annual inter school art and craft competition held on 27th April 2019 at Arwachin Bharti Bhawan Senior Secondary School for appreciating the efforts of our loving and caring mothers.

 It was a day where we saw creativity exploding, in every piece of art. It was a wonderful opportunity to think out of the box. The competition not only served its sole purpose of thanking our mother but also gave us a platform to display our vivid ideas and learned more by interacting with others.

·        Primary school students participated in the following :-

             1) Stone Art       (Anya Khurmi , Tanvi Mangalani  IV A)

             2) Praising Mom ( Anshul Sharma IVA)

            3)Praising Heads    ( Hansika Rohatgi  IVC, Jeenya Bhikhan VC)

          In primary students’ category Anya Khurmi and Tanvi Mangalani of  (IVA) bagged second position                 

·        Middle school students participated in

        1) Inscribe a Tee  (Sriram , Granth MaheshwariI VA)

         2)Frame a click  ( Khushal, Vanshika VIB)

          3)Pretty Pots (Kashvi, Dhwani VIA)

4)Ornamentation ( Shubhi, Prakriti VIIIA)

5)Awesome Blossom (Charan Kaur, Anshika Sharma VIIIA)

·        Senior students participated in

1)Gutsy Culinarians  (Himanshi, Muskaan Dhama  XIID)

2)Prismatic Disguise (Keyur Sharma XA, Pratibha Deegwal lXB)

Senior students’ bagged Third position in the above mentioned categories .

All the students participated with full enthusiasm and their efforts were appreciated.


    The students of Arwachin International School of classes 9th and 11th along with Mrs Sunita Suri attended a workshop held at Fortis Hospital, Noida on 26 April 2019. The programme wasPro social, Peer moderator”. It was conducted by Dr. Parekh and psychologist, Ms. Divya. It focused on the concept of  “Eco-psychology”.

    Students performed many activities like making their own hashtags (#) for saving the environment. Dr. Parekh also discussed about GPGP, “Global Pacific Garbage Patch” which was new concept for the students. Students learned some tips and solutions, they can use, at their own individual level for saving the environment.

    The workshop was concluded by planting the saplings. It was a great learning experience for the students as well as teachers.     


      Students and teachers of Arwachin International School visited the Supreme Court Museum  in Mathura Road, New Delhi on 24th April, 2019The objective of this  visit was to provide  students  with an opportunity to have an informal learning of our judicial heritage.It was a  very useful and enriching experience for the students.

      The museum puts on display the growth of judiciary in India, information about the evolution of the Supreme Court and Federal Court. Students were  thoroughly excited  and enthusiastic to see a number of artifacts like statutes, manuscripts, inscriptions, copies of several Firmans, treaties,  Holy Quran, legal documents from the time of Mughals, records of many famous cases like the  assassination  of Mahatma Gandhi , along with the paintings, souvenirs and furniture from the Federal Court and the Supreme Court. The visit ended with an informative  short movie on the evolution of the Supreme Court of India.

      It was  an enlightening experience for all.

        Arwachin teacher wins laurels in Culinary skills

        A Fireless cooking competition, on the occasion of The Earth Day was organized by TERI Institute of Advanced Studies on 23rd April 2019. The theme of the programme was- “ Our Food.Our Planet. Our Choice” – an initiative of the Institution as a part of ‘Green on my plate’ (under the aegis of Climate Jamboree).

        Mrs. Rachna Kaur from AIS participated in this prograamme and won the 2nd position. She was awarded on 8th July 2019 at TERI Institute of Advance Studies. The food experts – Chef Manjit Singh Gill and Chef Gunjan Goela joined as the guests. A  Q/A session on eco-friendly food (What to eat? How to cook and store it? And why?) which was web-casted live on their Facebook Page (CJ.TeriSAS) was held to spread meassge by the experts that it is possible to adopt sustainable food practices and become aware consumers.

        At the end of the session the winners were awarded with the Certificates and Consolation prizes by the food experts.

        It was a rich and fruitful experience for the participants.

          Report on - Atal Tinkering Lab

          The students of Arwachin International School participated in ‘The Community Day Celebration’ as a part of Atal Tinkering Labs (ATL) organised by Greenway Modern School, Dilshad Garden on 23rd April, 2019. 

          ATL is a work space where young minds can give shape to their ideas through hands on experience to develop their innovative skills. The students got an opportunity to work with tools and equipments to understand the concepts of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math).

          The students performed the following four different activities: -

          1)      Breadboard   Activity

          This activity was done on a temporary circuit called a breadboard. They used software to demonstrate the use of breadboard and side by side the students used them to work with LED lights. 

          2)      RGB Activity

          In this activity a special light which could emit 3 different colors with the same circuit board was created.

          3)      3D Printer

          3D printer was demonstrated. The use of software and the working of 3 D printers were explained in detail.

          4)      CreativitY

          In this activity, ice cream sticks were provided to create any structure using their own creativity. 


            An educational trip to Lal Bahadur Shastri memorial was organised on 18th April 2019 for the students of class 7 by the Times of India. The trip was very informative and inspirational for the students. The exhibits showcased the various important phases of the life of the great leader. The students took keen interest in observing the things used by Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri and put up many questions about the exhibits to the guide. The simple life of Lal Bahadur Shastri motivated the students to lead a disciplined and simple life. They understood the importance of hard work and got to know the achievements of the great personality. They were extremely delighted to get a new experience going back to  the past and experiencing the simplicity of Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri’s life.


              Inter School Karate competition was organized by the NGO named ‘We people test for humanity’ and ‘MG Karate Academy’ on 14th April 2019 at Icon International School, Vashundhara (UP). Seventy participants from twelve different schools of Delhi and NCR participated in the event. Twenty Five students from Arwachin International School participated in the competition.An event of Individual Kumite based on age was organised.The referees were Mr. Ishwar Thapa, Mr. Yograj and Mr. Manoj.


              Arwachin International School bagged 9 medals (2 Gold, 4 Silver and 3 Bronze).

              The winners are:








              Sanubiya Sehzad






              Samarth Mehrotra






              Anant Chaudhary






              Bhoomi Gaba






              Vrishin Gussain






              Sejal Mittal






              Chetan Dhawan






              Anuj Garg






                COSMOS Astronomy Education & research  Organisation conducted Second round of All India Astronomy Test   on 9th April 2019.

                Nearly 150 schools all over India participated in the competition.  Three students from Arwachin International School  namely Shantanu Sharma (XB) , Utkarsh Tripathy (XI A)    and Ishaan Sharma (VIIIB) were amongst the top 150 students  who have successfully cleared the  astronomy test.

                 These students  were felicitated by the COSMOS group on 22nd May’19  at India International Centre, New Delhi. They were awarded   with a certificate of appreciation  and a VR box.

                The Chief Guest of the function was Mr. Nanditesh Nilay, Founder  & Director of TRANC.  In his speech he emphasized on inculcating  the human values  in the children .

                The program ended with a vote of thanks by the Director Of COSMOS,  Mr. Siyaram.


                  On 2nd April, students and teachers of Arwachin International School visited Kiran Nadar Museum of Art in Noida. The aim of the visit was to attend the art and craft workshop and also to witness the collection of works of five Bengali artists. It was a thrilling experience for the students and the teachers as well. The students witnessed the art depicting the stories from Bengal during Partition and   famine. The artists beautifully depicted the life of Bengal through paintings and sculptures. Some of the artists include Ganesh Haloi, Ganesh Pyne and Mira.  The students were made aware of the grey toned painting which depicted the misery during famine. The artists had tried to portray their hazy childhood memories using sketches. The whole collection threw light on human life and its association with their surroundings. The workshop ended with students engaging in Tile painting. They took inspiration from the gallery and nature. It was completely an enriching experience. 

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