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Arwachinians Excelled in Visionair 2018


Bhai Parmanand Vidya Mandir


On the birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhai Patel that is 31 October , four students from Arwachin International School participated in an Inter school Competition hosted by Bhai Parmanand Vidya Mandir .

The students took part in various competitions such as ‘Rendezvous With An Anchor’, ‘Photo Edito’, ‘Graphic Designing’ And ‘Hasya Kavi Sammelan’.

Deepal Yadav of 10 B secured  the second position in ‘Rendezvous With An Anchor’ and was awarded with a cash prize of Rupees Two Thousand one hundred , a trophy, and a certificate of excellence.

Prabsahil and Krishna Kumar of 9 C secured the third position in ‘Photo Edito’ and were awarded with a trophy and a certificate of excellence.

It was a brilliant exposure for the students who got the opportunity to participate and excel.


    PICNIC- 2018

    The Pre- Primary and Primary wing of Arwachin International School, Dilshad Garden, went for their annual picnic to EOD, Mayur Vihar, Phase – 3. It is an adventure park and the children had a very gala day. The escapade of the place was very welcoming for the energy rupture of our young ones.  There were different types of swings and explorations to strive and try their grip and grasp.

    When the children reached there, they were first served with a scrumptious breakfast along with flavored milk. Then the children were divided into small groups under the guidance of an EOD staff. They carried a pre made schedule for every group and our children and teachers followed them. The activities included net climbing, pottery, boating, magic show, Dj and bouncy etc. There after the children were served with lunch and the children enjoyed it too. All did justice to their platter.

    The children were given snacks and a frooti bottle as a return gift. The children enjoyed their day thoroughly….



      The most awaited day of the year, the school picnic.

      The school organized a picnic to EOD for the students of grade 3 to 5 on October 26th, 2018.

      EOD gave an experience of being surrounded by greenery and beauty of nature along with the adventure activities. The students started with their morning prayer, they were extremely excited to reach their destination. They were welcomed by EOD staff. A delicious breakfast was served to the children followed by a tour of the park and class photographs.

      Every child was given an opportunity to participate and enjoy themselves. They also experienced different games and activities like Rope Bridge, Tree Top House, Jungle House, Ghost House and boating etc. In the end they also got the opportunity to see the magic show. The magician performed some amazing tricks which were enjoyed by all.

      All the students enjoyed a lot. Indeed it was a great day full of fun and frolic.



        (23rd Oct 2018)

        “Enjoy the little things in life……

        For one day you’ll look back

        And realize they were big things.”

        To make the children aware about the importance of rich and varied heritage of India, students of classes VI to XII of Arwachin International School, Dilshad Garden were taken for a picnic to Agra on 23rd October 2018. 455 children accompanied by 34 teachers reached the  destination by bus at 11 a.m.

        Children enjoyed their visit to the world famous Taj Mahal, the finest example of Mughal architecture. The bright sun didn’t deter their enthusiasm. Agra Fort added a great deal to students knowledge of historical back ground of India. The visit to Agra Fort was truly rewarding.

        It was a day full of excitement and fun under the supportive guidance of teachers and refreshing snacks and lunch to munch on. It was a good learning experience and the students took back lot of memories to cherish.

          District Sanskrit Poem Recitation  competition 2018

          A spectacular District Sanskrit Poem Recitation competition was conducted at SKV School, J&K Block, Dilshad Garden on 22nd Oct. 2018. In this amazingly organized competition many budding singers participated from different schools.It is a huge honour for us to reveal that a nightingale of our school, Vibhuti Gupta of class 8-A sang a fabulous Prayer in Sanskrit Jai Jai Hey Bhagwati Sur Bharti and secured the 1st position.

          We are extremely proud of her for drawing out her potential in the field of music.



            The students of Arwachin International School had the chance to participate in the fourth season of ‘Renaissance Expressing Innovations’ hosted by Vivekanand Public School, Anand Vihar on 22nd October 2018. It was a wonderful opportunity for our children to showcase their intrinsic and latent abilities and to intermingle with the students of other schools of Delhi-NCR for expressing their inherent talents and diverse faculties. It was a two-day event, of which we attended only the first day. Our students participated in various competitions ranging from Potpourri, glass painting and eco biz. Vasu Goyal of class 4-A participated in their singing competition; ‘Sa Re Ga Ma’; and bagged the first position. It was a wonderful day and the school is immensely proud of all the students who went out of their way to represent it.

              Capacity building programme on Elimination of Corporal Punishment 

              A day long capacity building programme for Managers, Principals, Vice Principals of aided/ unaided recognised schools of Delhi on “Elimination of Corporal Punishment” was organised by SCERT on 16th October, 2018, at Vigyan Bhawan, Delhi.

              The programme had the following components:

              1.      Non Corporal Punishment: RTE Act, 2009

              2.      Psychological needs of a child

              3.      Discipline in schools

              4.      Child Safety

              Delhi Deputy Chief Minister, Mr. Manish Sisodiya, who is also the Education Minister, inaugurated the programme. He exhorted the teachers and educators to eliminate fear from the minds of the students, while imparting education to them. He insisted that teachers must build capacity in the children to learn more and more, leaving behind their fear and shyness. Once the atmosphere is created, only then we can achieve the goal of real and value based education for the overall development of a child.

              Other eminent speakers were Dr. Sunita Kaushik, Director of SCERT,Prof. Farah, Prof. Neerja Shukla, NCERT, Delhi and Ms. Geetanjali Goel, Additional district and sessions Judge.

              The programme was aimed to provide an in depth understanding about different issues related to corporal punishment, legal provision against corporal punishment, and available referral services in Delhi. It was also to empower teachers on broad context and perspective of corporal punishment. The objective was to create positive attitude among the stake holders.

              It was a very informative session which made the people think and re think about the present scenario in schools. The middle school coordinator, Mrs. Priya Grover, attended the session and got a lot of insight into grooming a confident and positive 21st century generation.

                Workshop on “How to Teach Gundoku Activity”

                A workshop on “How to teach Gundoku (Group Reading) Activity” was organized by the Japan Foundation, New Delhi on 16th October, 2018.The objectives of the workshop were :

                ·        To understand the purpose and the meaning of Gundoku

                ·        To comprehend the points of Gundoku Teaching

                ·        To experience Gundoku Activity

                Our Japanese Language Teacher, Mrs. Jain attended the workshop. She performed a lively and educational Ice breaking activity to energize the participants in the beginning of the workshop.

                The workshop was conducted by Ms. Wakana, Japanese language Advisor at the Japan Foundation, New Delhi. She shared enlightening information about Group Reading Activity.

                The learning from the workshop would really be helpful in enhancing the Japanese language skills of the students. 

                  District Light Singing competition 2018

                  A spectacular Inter District Light Singing competition was conducted at Lovely Rose Public School, Yamuna Vihar  on 15 Oct. 2018. In this amazingly organized competition many budding singers participated from different schools . It is a huge honour for us to reveal that a nightingale of our school,Kokila Rohatgi of class 7-A sang a fabulous Bhajan “Hey Murlidhar” and secured the 3rd   position.

                  We are extremely proud of her for drawing out her potential in the field of music. 

                    Report on Science Workshop

                    Mrs. Alaka Mishra and Mrs. Surya Laxmi attended a hands-on workshop on Science with eminent educationist Mr. Jyoti Parruck on October 12, 2018.  It was held at the Pacific Mall, Kaushambi.  The topic was – “Structured Approach of Science to hands on activity in the classrooms”.  The  participants were involved in various activities based on adaptation, refraction, Balloon rocket( air pressure), lemon battery, hydrophobic and hydrophilic, how to  make a parachute and how it works using simple and easily available things. The participants were also explained how the teacher can be a facilitator and how the students can work independently.

                    Overall the workshop was a wonderful experience for the teachers. They gained knowledge and shared the same with other teachers at their school.


                      With an objective of promoting the progressive use of Hindi language and its upgradation and innovation in Hindi teaching, a workshop was conducted by Viva Education in Delhi on October 6th 2018.

                      Professor V.R. Jaganath, renowned linguist and regional director of education and director of IGNOU was the guest speaker for the workshop.

                      The workshop revolved around the better usage of Hindi and innovation in its teaching methodologies. In this workshop the renowned linguist like Chomski and Gestalt were also discussed stating that there are four levels of teaching- language, skills, genre , life skills, lesson planning, teaching etc., were also discussed.

                       The workshop was attended by the Hindi teachers- Mrs. Mukta Tomar and Mrs. Poonam Batra and it proved to be very informative and fruitful and also gave teachers a new experience.

                        Arwachinians shine at SANGAM Multi-Lingual Fest 2018-19

                        A team of 27 Japanese, French & Sanskrit language students accompanied by Mrs. Jain and Mrs. Radha participated in a Multilingual Fest “SANGAM: A Multitude of Languages 2018-19”. The event was organized by DPSG, Ghaziabad on Oct. 5th, in which different competitions were held.

                        The competitions were divided into various categories i.e. Sub- Junior Group, Junior Group and Senior Group. Our students participated enthusiastically and showcased wonderful performances at all levels in all the programmes including Cultural Ramp Walk, Fire Free Cooking, Group Song Singing and Shloka Singing.

                        Aarushi Aswal and Ketaki Rohtagi of Class 8 secured 1st position in Fire Free Japanese Cooking.  Keyur Sharma, Prabhsimar, Sneha Nagpal of Class 9, Anushriya Roy of Class 10 and Anushka of Class 12 stood 1st in Japanese Group Song Singing Competition. Jenya Bhikhan of Class 4, Shriyaa Aggarwal of Class 5 and Himaghn Gupta of Class 6 bagged 2nd position in Japanese Cultural Ramp Walk.

                        Charan Kaur and Palak Aggarwal of Class 7 secured 1st position in Fire Free French Cooking.  Manu Rai, Annaya Mittal, Manika Jain of Class 10, Shohini Pathak of Class 11 and Sharel Dayadan of Class 12 stood 1st in French Group Song Singing Competition. Riya Shah of Class 4, Unnati Vashisth of Class 5 and Manasvi Verma of Class 6 bagged 2nd position in French Cultural Ramp Walk.

                        Kanak Kaushik of Class 9 and Bhavya Vashistha of Class 10 bagged 1st position at Senior Level in Shloka Singing Competition. Dhanya Sharma of Class 5, Raghav Taneja and Nikshay Tomar of Class 6 stood 3rd at Sub- Junior Level. Priyanshu Kumar and Vibhuti Gupta OF Class 8 secured 3rd position at Junior Level.

                        Heartiest Congratulations to all the participants and good luck for their future!

                          The  Educational Visit

                          The Pre- Primary wing (UKG) of  Arwachin International School, Dilshad Garden  arranged an Educational visit to the religious places around the school. The aim of the trip was to bring the children of today and the responsible citizens of tomorrow abrest with the pure and pious teachings of every religion and tell them that all religions are the same. They all stand for fraternity and integrity of the mankind.

                          First the children visited the Ayappa Temple and offered their prayers to the almighty. They relished this opportunity and savored the tranquility of the temple through their senses. Next they went to the Gurudwara and bowed to the teachings of Guru Granth Sahib. They learned that god is one and he loves everyone the same. There after they attended a small prayer at the Church where they were informed about the twinge that the dear son of God, Lord Jesus underwent for us and taught us to forgive and love every one. The last halt was at the Mosque. It was a very pleasant experience. The Mulana helped us to understand that Islam stands for humanity, fraternity and candor.

                          The children enjoyed the trip very much.

                            PRAESTANTIA- 2018
                            (Inter School Competition) 

                            It was a great honour for Arwachin International School to participate in ‘PRAESTANTIA- 2018’, an inter school competition organized by  Darbari Lal DAV Model School in which the students got an opportunity to show  their different skills in various events.  Under the guidance of the teachers-Ms. Natasha Sharma, Ms.Nida Syed, Mrs.Deepali Dhingra, Mrs. Usha Chauhan, Mrs.Gayitree, Mrs. Sheetal Yadav and Ms. Neha Sachdeva -the following participants showed their talent in the categories mentioned below:






                            Sreejita Roy




                            Ekagra Mahajan         




                            Manya Bansal             




                            Samahita Dutta


                            Fancy on Skype




                            Fancy on Skype


                            Arnav Jain


                            Kavita Vachan


                            Anshul Sharma


                            Junior Math Quiz

                            The result was declared and our Arwachians bagged the following positions:






                            Sreejita Roy               



                            Ekagra Mahajan  



                            Arnav Jain                  



                            Anshul  Sharma         


                            The students were awarded with the certificates and gifts. Our respected principal Mrs. Swapna Nair appreciated the participants and the teachers. The competition proved to be a great exposure for the students. 


                              Wild Wisdom Quiz 2018

                              A quiz competition was held for the primary and middle level on the topic “The price of our Planet” at Modern School, Barakhamba Road on 1st October 2018 (Monday). Four students of Arwachin International School were selected in the two levels:

                              Primary Level: Bhavya Joshi (IV-B) and Vasu Goyal (IV-A)

                              Middle Level: Arjun Sharma (VIII-B) and Mh. Zesh Pasha (VI-B)

                              They participated in the quiz and were accompanied by Ms. Anju Sirohi and Ms. Deepshikha Ghosh. The students enthusiastically competed with over 150 schools of Delhi and NCR. It was a great learning experience for the students where they learned facts about various endangered species and the ways to save them. It was a heuristic experience for the students.

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