News & Updates

English Essay Writing Competition

Arwachin International School organised the English Essay Writing Competition on 31st October in the school premises. The students of classes 1 and 2 participated in the event with great enthusiasm and showcased their imaginative, descriptive as well as creative skills with devotion. Different topics were chosen according to the level of students.




My Father

My Favourite Toy

My Favourite Festival


My Favourite Cartoon Character

My School Picnic

My Strangest Dream

Through writing, children got a chance to explore and express their feelings. It gave them an opportunity to voice their opinions and boost their self-confidence. The students understood that it is important to put our ideas in a proper sequence while keeping the word and time limit in mind. The competition helped the students to improve their creative writing skills and imaginative skills.

Results are awaited.


    On 31st October 2019, The Japan Foundation organized an event named ‘Swagatam’ to impart knowledge about Japan and its culture. The students of Arwachin international school, of classes 4 and 5 along with teachers, Mrs. Charandeep Kaur and Ms. Aditi Sharma participated in the event. The students enthusiastically participated in a competitive Hiragana karuta session. They showed great interest towards this event. The students also loved Manga section at the library. The event gave a good exposure about Japan and its culture to the students and the teachers.

      An array of International inter School online Competition

      The students of Arwachin International School participated in an array of international inter school online competitions, PRAESTANTIA 2019, in October. Many reputed schools like The Lords’ International School, Chennai, Tajrabawi Girls High School Heart, Afganistan, Achinsk School#18, Russia participated in the event.

      Nabaha from LKG and Nakshatra from UKG won the second position in the event,WASTE MANAGEMENT.Nabaha presented herself as a compost bin and Nakshatra explained about four Rs that is Recycle, Reduce, Recycle, Reuse. The students from classes 5, 7and 8 also participated in other events like Techno Research in which Vihaan Malik and Ayush Goyal from class  5 made a PPT on E-waste management. Shourya Thapa and Pranay Gupta from Class 8 joined a Skype session to play an online gaming quiz, KAHOOT.

       It was a rich learning experience for all.


        Anti-Crackers Rally

        The Eco Club students of Arwachin International School, Dilshad Garden were taken for an Anti-Crackers Rally to the areas around the school on 25 October 2019.

        The students went along with the teachers and held some posters and banners saying “No To Crackers”. They created awareness about the harmful effects of burning crackers. They also marched around the school and raised many slogans like Don’t Be Mean, Go Green” and Hamari dharti hum hi bachayein, bina patakhe diwali manaye”.

        The students also created awareness about how these crackers are harming our environment and polluting our Mother Earth. They sensitized people about the important role of the environment and nature in our lives.

          Diwali Celebration 2019 (Pre-Primary)

          Diwali is a festival of lights which is celebrated in various regions across India. The name ‘Deepavali’ literally means an ‘array of lights’. To make the students understand the importance of Diwali, Arwachin International School , Dilshad Garden celebrated Diwali on 25-10-19 , The children came to school dressed in their colourful ethnic attires, excited for the ocassion. The school was decorated with rangoli and decorative items which added charm and religious fervor to the atmosphere. The programme began with lightning of the lamp by Honourable  Principal mam, Mrs Nair. Ganesh vandana marked the beginning of the programme, it was performed by the LKG children, next was a song “aayi hai diwali” presentented by the UKG  children followed  by a diwali rhyme by LKG and a hindi song  “Diwali aayi” by the LKG children .Last but not least was enchanting dance performances by LKG and UKG children on Happy diwali song and stuti araadhna.. Mr. Sharma graced the occasion with his presence. Honourable Director sir and respected  Principal ma’am were very pleased by the performances and praised the participants for the same. They wished everyone a very Happy Diwali and after the National Anthem, the day was called.

            Diwali Celebrations (Primary)

            The Diwali special assembly for primary section was held on 25th October, 2019 with great enthusiasm. Students of classes 1-5 gathered in the school auditorium for the program. The program began with the lighting of the lamp by our honourable Director, Mr. Sharma and our respected Principal, Mrs. Nair.

            The program started with the Instrumental Performance on “Jai Ganesh” to seek blessings of Vighanharta Lord Ganesha. Then the students of classes 2 to 5 presented a Drama- “Values from Ramayana” to show the various lessons that can be learned from the lives and deeds of the major characters in this epic.Then the students of classes 3 to 5 presented an English Song ‘Earth’ which gave a message to save our planet. After this, a group of young dancers of Arwachin wished everyone a happy and prosperous Diwali through their dance performance. The students of classes 4 and 5 presented a ‘Street play’ titled “Say no to crackers”, which inspired the students to celebrate a pollution free Diwali.

             The students of classes 1 to 5 spread the message of love and happiness by singing the song ‘Ayi Diwali’. The programme came to an end with a dance performance- ‘Ashta Laxmi Stotra’, where the students presented the eight forms of Goddess Lakshmi.

            At the end, our honourable Director Mr. Sharma and our respected Principal, Mrs. Nair concluded the program by telling the significance of Green Diwali. They encouraged the students to celebrate Diwali in an eco-friendly manner and to say “No to Crackers”.

              Bringing in Diwali the Science and Math Style

              Festivals are times where people come together and celebrate with full splendor. Keeping this in mind, a rangoli competition was organized in Arwachin International School, Dilshad Garden, New Delhi on 25th October 2019, where all the students participated with a lot of enthusiasm. In keeping with the school’s motto of integrated curriculum, a twist was brought into the competition as the theme was ‘Math and Science’.

              Students poured out their creativity and the result was an array of beautiful rangolis starting from symmetry to the human eye. Students enjoyed a lot and these images will forever be etched in their memories thus helping them in their academics as well. Bringing in Science and Math in the rangolis gave the students a new way of expressing their creativity while internalizing the educational concepts. This competition fully supported the school’s idea of ‘Learning by Doing’ They were highly appreciated by the judges – Mrs Ritu Arora,   Mrs Mansipriya and Mrs Isha Sachdeva.  The Director Mr. Sharma  and the Principal Mrs. Nair appreciated the effort to  include  Art in Education

              The winners of the competition are as follows-

              MATHS – CLASS 9 (1ST POSITION-9A)

              2ND POSITION (9A)

              PRACHI GARG

              BHANVI BHUTANI

              POONJI SHARMA

              SAMIKSHA GUPTA

              PRATHAM GUPTA

              SIYA SHARMA

              PRANAV GARG

              ARCHITA NEGI


              ISHIKA JAIN

              MATHS-CLASS 10 (1ST POSITION-10B)

              2ND POSITION (10A)

              AVNI GARG

              AVNI GOYAL


              KEYUR SHARMA

              V. SRINIDHI


              PRATIBHA DEGWAL

              AJAY GARG

              PRACHI GARG

              KUSH GUPTA

              SCIENCE- CLASS 9 (1ST POSITION-9C)

              2ND POSITION (9A)

              KARTIKEY DUBEY



              DAKSH SINGH


              APURV MITTAL

              DIPTI SHARMA

              PRATHAM ANGRA

               SHREYA SHARMA

              ANMOL SRIVASTAV


              SCIENCE -  CLASS 10 (1ST POSITION-10B)

              1ST  POSITION (10C)

              2ND POSITION (10C)


              AASHNA SRIVASTAV

              SNEHA MISHRA

              SNEHA NAGPAL

              GEETIKA KUMARI

              KANALE KAUSHIK


              AISHWARYA BHARTI

              NANDINI AGGRAWAL


              KAUSHIKI GUPTA

              MANYA JAIN


              ADITI PRAGYA

              SADHIKA MAHAJAN

              SAJAL SRIVASTAV

              KAUSHIKI GUPTA

              SNEHA MISHRA


                SPECTRUM, 2019

                VISHWA BHARTI SCHOOL, Ghaziabad, Sushant  Aquapolis, N.H. 24, organised an interschool completion – SPECTRUM, 2019, on 22nd and 23rd of October. The children of Arwachin International, Dilshad Garden participated under various categories with all the enthusiasm and fervour. The Arwachinians bagged prizes in several categories and the winners were:

                EVENT: 23.10.19


                1ST position


                Medhavi Rai

                Kavi sammelan



                1st position


                Kavi sammelan


                2ND position

                Tanisha Bhikhan

                Ishita Ahuja

                Ananshika Saini

                Dance competition


                3rd position

                Vasu Goel

                G.K Quiz


                3RD position


                G.K Quiz



                  Spectrum - 2019
                  Inter School Dance Competition

                  An Inter School Dance Competition was held on 23-10-19 at Vishwa Bharati Public School, Ghaziabad. The theme of the competition was Semi Classical Dance which had to be performed by a trio. We are proud to announce that Tanisha Bhikhan, Ananshika Saini and Ishika Ahuja of Class X-A had bagged the second position in this competition. The girls performed to the tunes of a melodious Semi-Classical song amazingly well and they were highly appreciated by all the judges.

                    District LEVEL KALA UTSAV SINGING Competition 2019

                    The District Level Kala Utsav Vocal Music Competition was splendidly organized at SKV GM,GT Road, Shahdara school on 22nd,Oct. 2019. Vibhuti Gupta of class 9A of our school  took part in this event and became victorious.She bagged 1st  position.She exhibited her singing talent  wonderfully and won the hearts of the judges with her melifluous voice.She sang a bhajan in Raag Mishra Kafi.The child is selected for the State level.

                      Fun and frolick at WOW

                      All Work And No Play Makes Jack A Dull Boy; After the intensive and exhaustive study and exam schedules, the students of Arwachin International School, Dishad Garden, New Delhi, went to the World of Wonders, Noida for a day trip on 19th Oct, 2019. As a part of the school’s motto to keep learning fun filled and enjoyable, children were given a whole day to take rides, dance their hearts out to the tunes of the DJ and eat whatever their heart desires. The students from grades 10 to 12 along with the teachers left school at 8:00 am in the morning.

                      All the students of AIS enjoyed the various fun rides and had a gala time till evening. Students’ happiness increased by leaps and bounds after taking up the challenging rides. The energy of students knew no bounds, as even post lunch the excited students continued adding thrill to their trip by trying the different rides in the amusement park. Overall, the trip was a very refreshing one and rejuvenated the students.

                        PICNIC- 2019

                        The UKG class of Arwachin International School, Dilshad Garden, went for their annual picnic to PLAY BOX on 19th October. The children had a gala day. The Situate of the place was very welcoming for our young ones.  There were different types of swings and explorations to strive and try their grip and grasp.

                        The children enjoyed the slides and the fun activities which included net climbing, slides, ball pool, build the house Dj and trampoline etc. There after the children were served with the lunch and they enjoyed and relished the same. All did justice to their platter. The children danced on the DJ floor and at the end their mascot- “J” came and danced and had photo shoot  with the children. Sawarnika from UKG-B received a token of love from the department as it was her birthday. It was an amazing experience for the tiny tots. The day was well spent.

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                            Report on Trendz Academy Best out of waste and Poster Making Competition

                            “Creativity, as has been said, consists largely of rearranging what we know in order to find out what we do not know. Hence, to think creatively, we must be able to look afresh at what we normally take for granted”-George Kneller.

                            Best out of waste is one such craft which follows this environmental friendly principle and at the same time creates useful and picturesque objects out of waste products. In order to make Children aware of uses of waste material and to give them a lesson on reducing waste to save our future, a ‘Best out of Waste competition’ and ‘Poster Making‘ competition was organized at Trendz Academy on 16th October 2019 at Safdarjung Enclave for the students of class XI to XII. Creative hands and imaginative minds came together ion a creative burst of energy. Mind blowing beyond expectations, fantabulous ideas were demonstrated by the students. They used reusable and recyclable materials like newspaper, magazines, egg tray, etc to crate an amazing array of display items and useful everyday objects, leaving everyone totally impressed.

                              Our school students were also a part of this event. A team from our school bagged a trophy of “Best Utility Product” as they made a hand bag using newspapers. Students who won the trophy were Prachi Garg (IX A), Pranshi (XA), Priyal (IX B), Ananya Bhartwal  (IX B).

                              It was a great learning experience for them. It was amazing to see how scrap could be transformed into such useful and beautiful articles.

                              Delhi State KHO-KHO Championship

                              The Delhi State Kho-Kho championship 2019-2020 was held from  14th  October to 16th  October at DAV Public School, Ashokvihar (Delhi), under the auspices of the Delhi State Kho-Kho Association. Pranav Kaushik, Kunal Garg, Deeptanshu, Aryan, Aryawarth , Krrish Khanna, Vaibhav, Ujjwal Singhal, Daksh Kaushik, Shivang Tyagi, Ansh Kumar, Daksh and Harsh from Arwachin International School participated in the under 14 category and  to secured the 3rd  position . This is a moment of pride for the students and the school as the students represented their school in the Delhi State Kho-Kho championship. Heartiest congratulations to them as well as their coach MR. DINESH CHAND PAPNAY for polishing the talents of these stars.


                                ASSET EXAM 2019

                                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 MyBook, 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.

                                Sanyam Arora of class 5-A and Anuj Garg of class 6-A of our school have made it big as they have been selected amongst the 400,000 students across the country and scored in top 10%, which is a great achievement. They have been selected to participate in the second round of ASSET TALENT SEARCH 2019.


                                  INTER SCHOOL COMPETITION

                                  Vivekanand Public School, Anand Vihar, Delhi,  organized “Renainance”, an inter school competition to discover the talent of the student in various categories, on 15th & 16th Oct 2019. The children participated in various events.

                                  Vasu Goyal of Class 5 Stood 3rd  & Kokila Rohatgi of Class of Class 8 secured 1st position in Sa Re Ga Ma Pa  competition.They sang Ganpati Vandana & Bhajan in Raag Yaman respectively.

                                  Aakriti Singh & Manvi Gola of Class 11 secured 2nd position in” Erudite With Kolam” It was a wonderful experience for the children.

                                    DISTRICT  Classical Music Competition 2019

                                    The District Classical Music Competition was splendidly organized at GGSSS,B-2, School, Yamuna Vihar on 15th,oct, 2019.Two students of our school took part in this event . They exhibiting their singing talent wonderfully. In the Junior boys category, Aryansh Nigam of class 8C secured 2nd position. He sang “Raag Yaman”. In the Junior girls category, Kokila Rohatgi of class-8A sang Raag Bageshri.


                                      District Semi Classical Music Competition 2019

                                      The District Semi Classical Music Competition was splendidly organized at GGSSS B-2, Yamuna vihar school on 15th, Oct.2019. Vibhuti Gupta of class 9A of our school  took part in this event and became victorious. She bagged 1st  position. She exhibited her singing talent  wonderfully in the Senior Girls category. She sang Thumri “Aj nij ghat” in raag Mishra Kafi. The child is selected for the State level.

                                        GLOBAL HANDWASHING DAY

                                         ‘It’s not as elementary as it appears – hand washing is a careful process that must be done right.’

                                        To commemorate Global Hand washing Day, and in order to sensitize the students on the techniques of proper hand washing, a team from Indian Medical Association (IMA) conducted a seminar in the campus of IMA on ‘The Importance of Good Handwashing’ on Tuesday, 15 October 2019. The students of Class 8 & 9 of Arwachin International School were invited to be a part of this workshop.

                                        The workshop started with the felicitation of the Chief Guest Mr. Satyendra Kumar Jain, who is the Minister of the Health and Family Welfare and many other esteemed guests, doctors  and dignitaries from WHO, UN, etc. from all over the world. The workshop proceeded with a short briefing by Mr. Narendra Saini about the need to maintain proper hygiene followed by an informative video which clearly indicated that proper health hygiene can significantly reduce the spread of harmful bacteria and other germs that can lead to harmful infections and diseases. Some students even demonstrated the process of hand washing with soap. Students also participated in a Poster Making Competition on the same theme and the winners were rewarded with prizes.

                                        The students also participated very enthusiastically in the questionnaire session and expressed their willingness to participate in more such informative and enlightening workshops which helps in promoting a healthy life.

                                          World handwash day celebration

                                          Handwashing is a great Montessori practical life lesson with steps that can improve the child’s order, concentration, coordination, and independence. Handwashing is a significant habit that should be inculcated right from childhood as children are the most energetic, enthusiastic and are open to ideas and change. They can take lessons they have learned at school back home to teach their parents, siblings and elders.

                                          With an objective to educate pre- primary (LKG, UKG) kids about handwashing, The Arwachin International School, Dilshad Garden celebrated the Global Handwashing Day. On  15-10-2019 The students learnt about proper steps that need to be followed for handwashing and things that are needed such as handwash /soap, towel ,water. They were also explained the importance of handwashing through various slogans such as’Cleanliness is next to godliness’ , ‘clean hands keeps germs away’.On the  whole the kids enjoyed the activity and understood the importance of handwashing.