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Making the best out of waste has been a part of life since the early ages. It was the human creative mind that gave birth to this extraordinary idea of using unwanted material in a useful way. Be it a thermocol used inside a T.V. packing or an ear bud, each and everything can have reuse value in this world either as  a useful raw material or as a decorative item.

To inculcate the habit of creating the best out of waste, a fashion show was organized at Amrita Vidyalayam

Our school students also participated in this event. They wore dresses made up of gunny bags, waffles packet, rags etc.

 The participants were as follows:-

1. Soham Sachdeva        2-B

2. Samaheta Dutt           2-A

3. Dhaiya Verma              1-B

4. Sreejita                          1-B

5. Addya                            1-A

6. Angel Dama                  2-A

7. Mahi Tyagi                    2-C

8. Sheikh Mohd. Ayaan   2-A

It was a great learning experience for them as they learned from waste can be incorporated to make useful things and conserve our environment.


    It is a proud moment for all the Arwachinians that Rohini Raji of Class XI-A has bagged the First position in the Zonal Solo Classical Dance Competition which was held at Queens Global International School, Dilshad Garden on 5-08-2019, in which the students from many reputed schools participated. Rohini had performed Bharatnatyam dance beautifully and her performance was highly appreciated by all the judges. She will be competing in District Solo Classical Dance Competition. 


      Waste to Wonders (III – IV)
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      Waste to Wonders
      Classes III – IV

      As a part of ISA project, the students of classes 3 and 4 were taken to an educational visit to Waste to Wonder, Delhi on 3rd August, 2019. It’s an initiative by the government of Delhi to curb the issue of solid waste management in the capital; the theme park has creatively used 150 tonnes of metal scrap and transformed it into replicas of the Seven Wonders of the World.

      This innovative approach to combat the problem of waste management overwhelmed the children and made them understand the purpose of the visit along with the responsibility the youth has towards conserving the environment. 

        Japanese Language Workshop

        The Japanese language teacher of Arwachin International School, Mrs. Vandana Jain attended a workshop on 2nd August, 2019, at the Japan Foundation, Delhi. It was organized by JALSTA (Japanese Language School Teachers’ Association) with the support of CBSE and the Japan Foundation, New Delhi (JFND).

        In the workshop guidelines and ideas on setting the questions papers for grades 6 to 8 were given to the teachers. A discussion regarding the correction of the answer sheets of the students also took place.

        The workshop made the teachers confident to make question papers which are holistic and conducive to learning.

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