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Story Telling Competition of Classes  4 and 5

“Stories create community that enable us to see through the eyes of other people and bridge the gap between the teller and the listener”

 A competition is the best way to build the confidence of a student. Keeping this in mind , Hindi Story Telling competition was conducted for grades 4 and 5 at Arwachin International School on 31st August  2022. The young enthusiastic story tellers, with their beautiful props, came forth with their wonderful tales. The stories were judged on the basis of expression, confidence, diction and presentation skills of the children by Mrs. Nidhi Sharma, Mrs. Gayitree and Mrs. Sheetal Yadav. The little wonders left no stone unturned in presenting their stories.

The result was as follows:-

Class 4

 

Position

House

 

Name of the Student

 

1st

Tagore

             Aadya  4A

 

2nd

Tilak

Aaradhya Tiwari  4A

 

3rd

Bose

Divisha Tomar  4B

 

 

Class 5

Position

House

 

Name of the Student

 

1st

Bose

Samahita Dutta 5A

 

2nd

Tilak

Vedansh Sharma  5B

 

3rd

Tagore

Daksh Gupta  5C, Navika 5A

 

 

Finally, all the judges felicitated the students for their effort and applauded them. The event was concluded with the National Anthem.

Submitted by:

Mrs. Poonam Verma

     24th  Sub-Junior and 35th junior National Tug-Of-War Championship 2022-2023 (PALGHAR MAHARASTRA)

    After putting in days of hard work and intense training, Aryan Tyagi,Gaurav Sharma, Samiksha Gupta, Archita Negi , Satvik Chaudhary, Rishit Kumar, Nupur Verma, Arjun Sharma,  Ajay Tomar of Arwachin International School, Dilshad Garden made it up to the top eight players of the Delhi National Tug-Of-War team.  They felt as if their dreams had come true.   This great event was held from 24th to 30th   August 2022 at Palghar Chinchini Beach Maharastra.The authorial wisdom and acumen of the coaches went a long way into helping their team to play with precision to the best of their ability. It was the gradual unfolding of their capabilities that led them into winning matches in succession until they reached the finals. They rather evolved as more responsible and meticulous achievers and secured the First and  second position all over India with a Gold and silver medal around their necks.

    Heartiest congratulations to , Aryan Tyagi, Gaurav Sharma, Samiksha Gupta, Archita Negi , Satvik Chaudhary, Rishit Kumar, Nupur Verma, Arjun Sharma,  Ajay Tomar

     We are indeed proud of them.

     

    DINESH CHAND PAPNAY

    PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHER

     

     

      • Tug-Of-War Championship 2022-2023
      • Tug-Of-War Championship 2022-2023
      • Tug-Of-War Championship 2022-2023
      • Tug-Of-War Championship 2022-2023

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        • Pre- Primary Hindi Recitation Competition
        • Pre- Primary Hindi Recitation Competition
        • Pre- Primary Hindi Recitation Competition
        • Pre- Primary Hindi Recitation Competition

        SUBSTANCE ABUSE WORKSHOP

        Arwachin International School organized Substance Abuse workshop for the students of classes 9 to 12 on 29th August, 2022 in the school auditorium. It was conducted by Dr. Harshita Pandey, a specialist in oral biopsies, electro cauterization of PML, oral prophylaxis and oral rehabilitation of HNC patients. She is currently working as a consultant, Oral Care Management (Head and Neck Oncology) and tobacco cessation specialist in Max Hospital, Ghaziabad.

        The workshop commenced with a general interaction between the students and the doctor. It was followed by a series of comprehensive slides on harmful effects of the substance, which she explained in detail. The students were made aware about the various NGOs and programmes running for the rehabilitation of the addicts. The workshop concluded with an interaction session where the students raised their queries, which was effectively resolved by the speaker.

        Overall, the workshop was very informative and gave students an insight about the detrimental effects of consuming any kind of substance in excessive quantities. It also emphasises on the age old saying,” Prevention is better than cure”.

         

          Indian Music Interactive Assembly

          Indian Music Interactive Assembly was conducted on 27 August 2022 for classes 1-3 in which students sang with great enthusiasm. Class 1 students sang Krishna bhajan “Choti Choti Gaiyan”. Class 2 students sang Krishna bhajan“Achyutam Keshavam” and Class 3 students sang Patriotic song “Hind Desh Ke Niwasi”.

          Indian Music teacher,Mrs.Rohatgi,enthralled the audience by playing harmonium.100% participation was observed.Pre-Primary Co-ordinator,Ms.Natasha Sharma,appreciated the assembly and motivated the students.

          Submitted by Mrs.Rohatgi

           

            • Indian Music Interactive Assembly
            • Indian Music Interactive Assembly
            • Indian Music Interactive Assembly
            • Indian Music Interactive Assembly

            Road Safety Awareness Workshop 2022

            Delhi Traffic Police, conducted ‘Road safety Awareness’ workshop at Arwachin International school on 26th August 2022.The resource persons were A.S.I Ajay Kumar and A.S.I Vijay Pal Singh. The students of classes 8 to 12 attended the workshop. Mr. Ajay Kumar made the children aware about the safety measures to be taken by them while walking on the road. He also gave them the knowledge about various road signs with their significance. He explained them the three types of ‘Road Signs’-Mandatory, Warning and Informatory. Last but not the least, he warned the students about the consequences of riding two-wheelers or any vehicle without a license. The students took interest and expressed their curiosity to know more about it. The workshop was very informative and fruitful.

              • Road Safety Awareness Workshop 2022
              • Road Safety Awareness Workshop 2022
              • Road Safety Awareness Workshop 2022
              • Road Safety Awareness Workshop 2022

              ARWACHIN HOSTS STUDENTS FROM SAITAMA UNIVERSITY, JAPAN

              A team of 14 students, along with their Professor, Mr. Kondo from Faculty of Liberal Arts, Saitama University, Japan, visited Arwachin on 25th August, 2022.The purpose of the visit was to gather understanding about primary education system in Indian schools.

              The event began with the welcome ceremony including Tilak, Indian tradition dance and Japanese song performed by the students. The students from Japanese university also sang a Japanese song.

              It was followed by the Primary school tour. The primary school students showed the warm gesture to the guests. They answered the questions asked by the guests enthusiastically.

              Next, an interaction session was also organized with the Primary wing teachers. Our principal Mrs. Nair along with Mrs. Grover, Ms. Natasha and Mrs. Surya interactedactively with the university students.

              The event concluded with the interaction of Japanese language students of Classes 11 and 12 with the university students, under the supervision of Mrs. Vandana Jain, Japanese language teacher.

              Our special thanks to JICA (Japanese International Cooperation Agency) for selecting our school for such a wonderful event. It was really an add on in the motivation of Japanese learners in the school.

                             Mrs. Vandana Jain

               (Japanese Language Department)

               

               

               

               

                • ARWACHIN HOSTS STUDENTS FROM SAITAMA UNIVERSITY, JAPAN
                • ARWACHIN HOSTS STUDENTS FROM SAITAMA UNIVERSITY, JAPAN
                • ARWACHIN HOSTS STUDENTS FROM SAITAMA UNIVERSITY, JAPAN
                • ARWACHIN HOSTS STUDENTS FROM SAITAMA UNIVERSITY, JAPAN
                HINDI DIWAS
                HINDI DIWAS
                HINDI DIWAS
                HINDI DIWAS
                HINDI DIWAS
                HINDI DIWAS
                HINDI DIWAS
                HINDI DIWAS
                HINDI DIWAS
                HINDI DIWAS
                HINDI DIWAS

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                  AIS celebrates Independence Day and Janmastami

                  AIS saw a colourful and energy filled celebration on the occasion of Independence Day and Janmastami. The program began with the lighting of the lamp. Children from classes 6-8 were all decked up to perform various dances, mime and slogans said by famous patriots. Everyone in the auditorium was beaming with the glow of patriotic feelings. Children enjoyed the performances and encouraged their fellow participants with thunderous applause.

                  In order to celebrate the birthday of Sri Krishna, children prepared various performances ranging from Krishna Leela to Maharaas.  These dances were thoroughly enjoyed by the audience and brought the children closer to their roots. Various stages of Sri Krishna’s life were portrayed beautifully by the students in the Krishna Leela.

                  After the program got over, Mr. Sharma, Director, AIS, shared his view on these two important occasions and stressed on the importance of staying close to our roots and become responsible citizens. He also appreciated the hard work put in by the children and their mentors.  Mrs.  Swapna Nair, Principal, AIS, also applauded the efforts of the students and the teachers and wished that everyone would take responsibility of their actions and help their nation to be the best in all fields.

                   

                    • AIS celebrates Independence Day and Janmastami
                    • AIS celebrates Independence Day and Janmastami
                    • AIS celebrates Independence Day and Janmastami
                    • AIS celebrates Independence Day and Janmastami

                    HINDI ELOCUTION COMPETITION

                    Hindi Elocution  competition of classes 1-3 was held on 17 August, 2022. It  was organised both for solo and group performances. Students participated with enthusiasm and excitement. They recited the poems based on social awareness, environment and patriotism. The judges of the competition were Mrs.Mukta Tomar , Mrs.Shuchi Kaushik and  Ms.Poonam Batra. The occasion was graced by the presence of Mrs. Nair , our respected Principal.

                             Hindi Elocution Result

                    (Class 1 : Solo)

                    Position

                    House

                    Name of the Student

                     

                    1st

                    Shastri                 

                    Sharanya   

                    2nd

                    Tagore

                    Kashvi  

                    3rd

                    Bose

                    Kabir Upadhyay

                     

                    (Class 2 : Solo)

                    Position

                    House

                    Name of the Student

                     

                    1st

                    Tilak

                    Naitik Yadav                      

                    2nd

                    Shastri                 

                    Eishen 

                    3rd

                    Tagore

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                    (Class 3 : Solo)

                    Position

                    House

                    Name of the Student

                     

                    1st

                    Shastri

                    Arshika  Nautiyal                         

                    2nd

                    Tilak                 

                    Yuven Narula                    

                    3rd

                    Bose

                    •  

                     

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                    House

                    1st

                    Bose

                    2nd

                    Tilak

                    3rd

                    Shastri                 

                     

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                    House

                    1st

                    Bose

                    2nd

                    Tagore

                    3rd

                    Shastri                 

                                                   

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                    House

                    1st

                    Bose

                    2nd

                    Tilak

                    3rd

                    Shastri                 

                     

                    Submitted by: Mrs. Poonam Verma

                    Mrs. Sheetal Yadav

                    Mrs.Gayitree    

                     

                     

                     

                     

                      Educational visit to biotechnology laboratory

                      An excursion is not just a pleasure trip; it enhances the knowledge of the students beyond the four walls of the classroom. To provide such an enriching experience, the Class 12 Biology students of Arwachin International School, under the guidance of the Biology teacher Mrs. Shruti Mishra, were taken to the Department of Botany, Delhi University on 17th August 2022. Students visited the Biotechnology Lab where they learnt and performed isolation of plasmid DNA from a bacterial cell and the process of Gel Electrophoresis. Throughout the trip, they were continually guided by Professor Girish Mishra and his team consisting of Ph.D. students. All the students were taken around the different laboratories of the University, where they beheld Laminar Flow Cabinet, Electron Microscope, Scanning Electron Microscope, Transmission Electron Microscope, etcetera. They were also shown the plant Arabidopsis, a model organism in plant molecular biology. The trip gave good exposure to practical Biology and was a new learning experience for the students. 

                        • Educational visit to biotechnology laboratory
                        • Educational visit to biotechnology laboratory

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                          • Sanskrit Diwas Celebration
                          • Sanskrit Diwas Celebration
                          • Sanskrit Diwas Celebration
                          • Sanskrit Diwas Celebration

                                                                       Rakhi Celebration

                          “A small piece of thread has more power than everything.”

                          Our little Arwachinians on 10th August 2022 went to the office of deputy commissioner of police, North-East District, Delhi to celebrate the festival of Rakshabandhan with fervour and joy. The following girls tied Rakhi to IPS Sanjay Kumar Sain:

                          Diksha Mishra 8B, Taniya 8C, Veedanshi Dadeech 6A, Nirvi Malhotra 6C, Gurnaaz 7C, Navya Bhatia 7A and Hisha Malhotra 3A

                          The girls got goodies for tying the rakhi. It was an interactive meeting which not only motivated the students, but also made them feel proud of their country and instilled in them the zeal to do something for the nation.

                          Preeti Malhotra

                            Report on "Independence Day and Janamashtami"

                            The tiny tots of Pre - Primary celebrated Janamashtami and Independence Day on 10th August, 2022.The special assembly began with the lighting of the lamp by the respected Principal, Mrs.Nair.

                            The first presentation was a beautiful recitation of the poem "I am a soldier"  by the UKG children, this was followed by an Indian music song "Choti choti gaiyaan" related to Lord Krishna .The children of UKG sang a patriotic song "Nanha munna raahi hun" with great enthusiasm.

                            A small skit on the freedom fighters of India was presented by the children of UKG with great ferver and confidence. The children were dressed up beautifully in colourful attires.

                            A fusion dance on Independence day was performed by the tiny tots of LKG .The children also recited an English rhyme "I love India" with great confidence.The last performance of the day was a beautiful dance on "Maharaas of Radha Krishna" performed by kids of UKG .

                            Mrs.Nair praised the children and teachers for their efforts and enthusiasm.The celebration ended with the National Anthem.

                              • Independence Day and Janamashtami
                              • Independence Day and Janamashtami
                              • Independence Day and Janamashtami
                              • Independence Day and Janamashtami

                              CLASS ACTIVITY ON FREEDOM FIGHTERS

                              The Social Studies Department of class 5 conducted a class activity in which students dressed up as freedom fighters.

                              This activity aimed to make students learn different moral values from the lives of the great Indian freedom fighters and to make them aware of the sacrifices made by them for our independence. The students were dressed in colourful outfits and spoke a few sentences about what they depicted. They started with an introduction in which they briefed about the various freedom fighters they portrayed. Every student performed very well.

                              The hard work and effort of the children are commendable. It was a great learning experience for all.

                              Athulya Dileep

                               

                               

                                • CLASS ACTIVITY ON FREEDOM FIGHTERS
                                • CLASS ACTIVITY ON FREEDOM FIGHTERS
                                • CLASS ACTIVITY ON FREEDOM FIGHTERS

                                First Aid Training

                                On 6thAugust 2022, a training program on First Aid was conducted by Ms. Vaishali Gupta from Metro Hospital. All the teachers of Arwachin International School, Dilshad Garden attended the training. 

                                There was a need to train the teachers in first aid skills as they are the primary contact for most common emergencies in school scenarios.

                                Ms. Gupta focused that each child must have a small first aid kit in their bag. She also briefed how first aid should be given in different situations. She explained about 3Ps, which need to be kept in mind while giving first aid. They were Preserve, Prevent, and PromoteShe further discussed in detail about the kind of first aid that should be given in case of choking, burns, bleeding, and heat strokes.

                                At the end of the training, everyone felt better equipped to help children suffering from accidents or sudden illnesses.

                                The training program was very beneficial for the teachers as it prepared them for any unfortunate event.

                                Lastly, we would like to thank our Principal Mrs.Nair and M/s Metro hospital for organizing such valuable training.

                                Ms. Pathak

                                 

                                  • First Aid Training
                                  • First Aid Training

                                                DANCE INTERACTIVE ASSEMBLY

                                  On August 5, 2022, Dance Interactive Assembly was held in the auditorium of Arwachin International School, Dilshad Garden. All the students of classes 1 -3 performed beautifully to the tunes of the songs based on patriotism. The students of Class 1 danced to the tunes of the song “Nanha Munna Rahi Hu”, Class 2 students performed to the tunes of the song “Ae Watan” followed by a dance performance by class 3 students, who danced to the tunes of the song “Bharat Humko”. All the students were highly appreciated by our respectable Principal, Mrs.Nair. The students enjoyed dancing on the stage and the applause of the audience.

                                  Submitted by: Mrs.Lochan Chaudhary

                                   

                                   

                                    • DANCE INTERACTIVE ASSEMBLY
                                    • DANCE INTERACTIVE ASSEMBLY
                                    • DANCE INTERACTIVE ASSEMBLY
                                    • DANCE INTERACTIVE ASSEMBLY

                                    JAPANESE LANGUAGE EVENT AT ARWACHIN

                                    The Japanese Language School Teachers’ Association ( JALSTA) in collaboration with Meguro group of Japanese learning, Japan organized a “Hiragana and Culture Workshop” on 5th August at Arwachin International School.

                                    The objectives of the workshop were:

                                    • To collect research data for the project “Creating Hindi-based associative Hiragana picture cards for Primary school learners.
                                    • Cultural workshop for the Middle & Secondary school students.

                                    The event started with the Tilak ceremony of the resource person Ms MamiImoto, former Japanese language Advisor at JFND, now pursuing Ph. D in foreign studies at Kyoto University, Japan. The guest was felicitated with a token of respect by our principal, Mrs. Swapna Nair. It was followed by a cultural programme performed by the students learning the Japanese language.

                                    In the first half of the session, Ms Imoto conducted a Hiragana workshop for the students of classes 4, 5 & 6. She took the feedback from the students for Hindi words associated with Hiragana pronunciation

                                    In the second half of the session, Ms Imoto conducted an energetic workshop of Japanese song and dance. The students of classes 7 to 12 enjoyed and rejuvenated themselves with Ms Imoto after a long period of Covid 19.

                                    Moreover, Ms Imoto interviewed Mrs. Vandana Jain, Japanese language teacher of the school. Mrs. Jain shared her Japanese teaching strategies and lesson planning with her.

                                    With the team work of Japanese language students, the event was held successfully. It worked as a great motivation for all the Japanese learners of the school.

                                                    Mrs. Vandana Jain

                                     (Japanese Language Department)

                                     

                                      • JAPANESE LANGUAGE EVENT AT ARWACHIN
                                      • JAPANESE LANGUAGE EVENT AT ARWACHIN
                                      • JAPANESE LANGUAGE EVENT AT ARWACHIN
                                      • JAPANESE LANGUAGE EVENT AT ARWACHIN

                                      Ujjwal Bharat, Ujjwal Bhavishya

                                      Arwachin International School is proud to share that the Power Finance Corporation Limited, celebrated the grand finale of Ujjwal Bharat, Ujjwal Bhavishya in our school as part of the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav to celebrate 75 years of Independence on Saturday, 30th July, 2022.

                                      The chief guest Ms Pranjal Patil Lahensingh, IAS, DM, Shahdara addressed the gathering highlighting key achievements made by power department to meet up the energy demand in our country.

                                      The students of our school beautifully performed Kaalbeliya dance and a medley of patriotic songs. Both the group of dancers received a shield from the Honourable District Magistrate, District Shahdara, for performing in such a prestigious event. There were performances from different school students as well, who enthralled the audience with their performance. The students also showcased their innovative talent by presenting their working models showing the best possible use of electricity, how to generate electricity in various ways etc. Various videos were shown to the audience that highlighted how our government is working so efficiently and providing electricity even to the remote areas.

                                      During the ceremony, achievements over the last 8 years in the transformation of country's power sector, including the renewable energy sector were highlighted, covering the government's achievements as well as aspirations up to the year 2047.

                                      The Principal, Mrs. Swapna Nair, was interviewed by a news channel who gave her valuable inputs on how we can spread awareness among the students about understanding the relevance of energy resources in their daily lives. She also highlighted the fact that getting children involved in energy-saving processes at a young age encourages responsibility and jump starts a lifetime of environmental consciousness.

                                      Isha Pandit

                                        • Ujjwal Bharat, Ujjwal Bhavishya
                                        • Ujjwal Bharat, Ujjwal Bhavishya
                                        • Ujjwal Bharat, Ujjwal Bhavishya
                                        • Ujjwal Bharat, Ujjwal Bhavishya

                                        NCC Annual Training Camp

                                        “Discipline is the bridge between the goals and their accomplishments”

                                        24 NCC CADETS of classes 9-12 from Arwachin International school, Dilshad Garden under the guidance of the Principal, Mrs Swapna Nair and NCC officer, Mr Dinesh Chand Papnay, participated in the ten days NCC ANNUAL TRAINING CAMP  from 26 june to 6 July  2022 , conducted at NCC Bhawan, Rohini which focused on personality development and giving a glimpse of military camp.

                                        The camp included both Junior and Senior Wing cadets from 9 schools and 2 colleges. The Commanding Officer Lt. Col. Rajendra Singh motivated and welcomed the cadets to the camp and briefed about what is to be done in 10 days.

                                        The immense enthusiasm and zeal in cadets to learn was the main driving factor. Participants during the camp period were also trained on important branches including the map reading, physical training, weapons training, battle crafts and drill beside being exposed to the camp life imbibing in them the qualities of being adventurous and disciplined. Recreation was also a part of the ten days camp. All the cadets were given a chance to showcase their talents by singing and dancing.

                                        The last day of the camp marked the day of celebration and felicitations. It included the closing ceremony speech by Commanding Officer Lt. Col. Rajendra Singh. He addressed the cadets about the importance of NCC and stressed on the values of discipline & determination imbibed during the camp to be a beacon all through the rest of their life. All the cadets were quite emotional while leaving the camp.

                                        The Arwachinian cadets brought the following laurels for the school:

                                        • Tug-of-war Interschool competition (Winner)
                                        • Kho Kho Interschool competition (Winner)
                                        • Drill competition (Third Position)
                                        • Cultural events (Winner)

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                                          NCC Annual Training Camp
                                          NCC Annual Training Camp
                                          NCC Annual Training Camp
                                          NCC Annual Training Camp
                                          NCC Annual Training Camp
                                          NCC Annual Training Camp
                                          NCC Annual Training Camp
                                          NCC Annual Training Camp
                                          NCC Annual Training Camp
                                          NCC Annual Training Camp
                                          NCC Annual Training Camp
                                          NCC Annual Training Camp
                                          NCC Annual Training Camp
                                          NCC Annual Training Camp
                                          NCC Annual Training Camp
                                          NCC Annual Training Camp
                                          NCC Annual Training Camp
                                          NCC Annual Training Camp
                                          NCC Annual Training Camp
                                          NCC Annual Training Camp

                                          JAPANESE LANGUAGE WORKSHOP

                                          The first offline Japanese language workshop for the year 2022-23 was held at the Japan Foundation, New Delhi (JFND) on 30th July. It was conducted by Japanese language School Teachers’ Association (JALSTA) in collaboration with JFND.

                                          The objectives of the workshop were:

                                          • Feedback of the First Japan Olympiad and announcement of the Second  Olympiad

                                          • Introduction of Teacher training courses (TTC) under the aegis of Govt. of India and Govt. of Japan

                                          • Discussion on upcoming events organized by JALSTA and JFND.

                                          In the beginning of the session, the participating teachers gave the detailed feedback for the first Japan Olympiad held last year. It was followed by the presentation by Ms. Suzuki, Japanese language advisor, JFND. She discussed the date, topics and the strategies to make questions for the upcoming Olympiad. An interesting and refreshing Kahoot quiz was also conducted by Ms. Suzuki. She emphasized on maintaining high standard of Olympiad and assure maximum participation of the students of Classes 5 and 6 this year as well.

                                          Ms. Suzuki also shared about Teacher training courses (TTC) organized by Govt. of India and Japan. She highlighted on TTC –B, which is a 12 hour in- service training course for the Japanese language school teachers.

                                          Furthermore, Ms. Suzuki along with the JALSTA teachers planned several Japanese language events for our students to enable them to grasp the language through experiential learning.

                                          The Japanese language teacher of the school Mrs. Vandana Jain attended the workshop and gave her inputs in various discussions.

                                                           Mrs Vandana Jain

                                            (Japanese Language Department)

                                            • JAPANESE LANGUAGE WORKSHOP
                                            • JAPANESE LANGUAGE WORKSHOP

                                            Handwriting Competition

                                            (Classes 1-5)

                                            Handwriting is an essential skill for students. It is an incredibly important exercise for students to encourage them to develop fine motor skills and confidence. It activates the brain and contributes to reading fluency. With this objective, Arwachin International School organized- Handwriting Competition on August 1, 2022. The competition was organized in the respective classrooms.It provided the students with an opportunity to display their competency of legible writing in both English and Hindi. The response of the students was very encouraging. Majority of students had put in their best foot forward to enhance their writing skills.

                                            Result of English Handwriting Competition-

                                            Classes/Positions-à

                                            •  

                                            I

                                            II

                                            III

                                                   1

                                            Shreyansh Bharadwaj (1B)

                                            Balendu Mishra (1C)

                                            Ananya Singh (1B)

                                                   2

                                            Harini. S (2B)

                                            Anvi Garg (2C)

                                            Ayra Singh (2C)

                                            Nabaha (2B)

                                            Darsh Kumar (2C)

                                                   3

                                            Arshika (3C)

                                            Yuven Narula (3C)

                                            Harshita (3D)

                                            Bhavin (3A)

                                                   4

                                            Manya (4C)

                                            Shrivi (4C)

                                            Aadya (4A)

                                                   5

                                            Angel Dhama (5A)

                                            Nabhij Thakur (5A)

                                            Chaitanya Dev (5B)

                                            Pritesh (5C)

                                             

                                            Result of Hindi Handwriting Competition-

                                            Classes/Positions-à

                                            •  

                                            I

                                            II

                                            III

                                                   1

                                            Shreyansh Bharadwaj(1B)

                                            Pavit Gupta(1C)

                                            Krishiv Arya(1A)

                                                   2

                                            Mihika (2C)

                                            Nabaha (2B)

                                            Naitik Yadav (2A)

                                                   3

                                            Mrinalini (3D)

                                            Vatsal(3B)

                                            Riddhi (3A)

                                                   4

                                            Manya Bansal (4C)

                                            Sarah Adnan(4C)

                                            Aaradhya Tiwari (4A)

                                                   5

                                            Sheikh Mohammad Ahyaan (5A)

                                            Deepanshu Pundir (5B)

                                            Riti Garg (5C)

                                             

                                            Submitted by:  Rumela Roy

                                              INVESTITURE CEREMONY 2022
                                              INVESTITURE CEREMONY 2022
                                              INVESTITURE CEREMONY 2022
                                              INVESTITURE CEREMONY 2022
                                              INVESTITURE CEREMONY 2022
                                              INVESTITURE CEREMONY 2022
                                              INVESTITURE CEREMONY 2022
                                              INVESTITURE CEREMONY 2022
                                              INVESTITURE CEREMONY 2022
                                              INVESTITURE CEREMONY 2022
                                              INVESTITURE CEREMONY 2022
                                              INVESTITURE CEREMONY 2022
                                              INVESTITURE CEREMONY 2022
                                              INVESTITURE CEREMONY 2022
                                              INVESTITURE CEREMONY 2022

                                              INVESTITURE CEREMONY AT ARWACHIN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL

                                              “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader”

                                               The Investiture Ceremony of Arwachin International School for the academic session 2022-23 was held on 1st August 2022 with great pomp and dignity at the school auditorium. Arwachin International School was priviledged to have Mr Sanjeev Kumar, ACP (Shaddara district) and Mr Vinay Yadav, SHO, Seemapuri  as the Chief Guests who graced the occasion with their presence. The ceremony started with the lighting of the auspicious lamp by the Chief Guests, our honourable Director Mr. Sharma, our respected Principal, Mrs. Nair and our distinguished guest Mrs Ayushi Sharma.

                                              Starting with the Saraswati Vandana, there was a series of spectacular dance performances by the Arwachinians. The new faces of the student council, who would lead the students of the school, came up. Priyanshu and Aarushi Aswal of class XII are entitled the Head Boy and Head Girl respectively.  Anshika Sharma and Ishan Sharma of class XI have been selected to be the Vice Head girl and the Vice Head Boy respectively. Riddhi Goyal of class XII and Himani Goel of class XI have been chosen as the Cultural Secretary and Vice-Cultural Secretary of the school respectively. The Sports Captains are Archita Negi and Ayush Dhama of class XII. Four House Captains and four Vice House Captains have also been selected from class XII and class XI respectively. Divyam from class XII and Vaibhavi from Class XI have been selected as the student editors (English). Meemansa from class XII and Lakshay Singhal from XI have been selected as the student editors (Hindi). More than 20 students from classes XI and XII have been made the Prefects and Discipline-In-charge. The students were honoured with a badge and a sash. It was a propitious moment as the leaders of tomorrow stood up to take their place and read a sacrament to serve the school with honesty and devotion.

                                              The event ended with the motivational words of the Chief Guests, our honourable Director Mr. Sharma and our respected Principal, Mrs. Swapna Nair.

                                               

                                                                                                                             

                                                Handwriting Competition

                                                (Classes 1-5)

                                                Handwriting is an essential skill for students. It is an incredibly important exercise for students to encourage them to develop fine motor skills and confidence. It activates the brain and contributes to reading fluency. With this objective, Arwachin International School organized- Handwriting Competition on August 1, 2022. The competition was organized in the respective classrooms.It provided the students with an opportunity to display their competency of legible writing in both English and Hindi. The response of the students was very encouraging. Majority of students had put in their best foot forward to enhance their writing skills.

                                                The results are awaited.

                                                Submitted by:

                                                Rumela Roy

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