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K.R. Mangalam World School, GK II organised a mock drill on 27 November 2018 for training the students and the staff to evacuate the school premises during any emergency. The students showed great promptness while doing the drill. The teachers posted themselves on the stair case to ensure smooth and quick movement of the students . They were asked to assemble in the field where the principal, Dr.Sangeeta Arora reiterated the essence of the drill and made sure that every student understood the relevance of speed and smartness in such situation. The head count was taken and the drill went off successfully.

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REPORT OF SCHOLAR BADGE CEREMONY

Envisioning possibilities, being committed, establishing an unwavering focus and nurturing belief in one’s potential has been a forte for the students of K.R. Mangalam World School, G.K-II. Keeping up the eminence and splendor, the school observed its Scholar Badge Ceremony on November 3, 2018 to felicitate a multitude of meritorious scholars of classes V, VII, IX and XI who achieved excellence in academics in the session 2017-18.

The solemn ceremony commenced on an auspicious note by invoking the blessings of the invincible Almighty and chanting of the Saraswati Vandana along with the ceremonial lighting of the lamp by the panel of distinguished guests. The function was presided over by the Chief Guest of the day Smt. Vijayanta Arya, IPS, DCP, South Delhi region. The Principal, Dr. Sangeeta Arora formally welcomed the distinguished guest and the august gathering. She congratulated the students for their laudable feat in academics and exhorted the need to be indomitable and focused which would facilitate the students excel in fulfilling their aspiration. She further encouraged the young scholars to be go-getters and carry forward the progressive values, keeping the banner of K.R. Mangalam World School, G.K- II fly high. This was followed by mellifluous classical rendition ‘Tu Samay Ki Reth Par’ sung by the gifted singers of the school.

Scholar Badge Ceremony 3rd Nov 2018_1 The Chief Guest Smt. Vijayanta Arya congratulated the scholars for their stupendous performance and emphasized upon the fact that with acknowledgment comes accountability and one should shoulder the mantle of excellence that he/she has chosen. It was indeed a proud moment for the parents of the young scholars seeing their wards receiving their honours. Students who were awarded scholar badges for six years were awarded the scholar tie as a hallmark of true academic genius. The ceremony also was a witness to the energetic, graceful and mesmeric musical ballet ‘Conglomeration’- a unifying dance performance where the endowed dancers took everyone through the spiritual journey of the life of Krishna, the living embodiment of the blissful self.

Scholar Badge Ceremony 3rd Nov 2018_2This was followed by a spell-binding melodious performance by the students of the Senior School, which was applauded by one and all. The ceremony culminated with the vote of thanks by the Senior School Coordinator, Ms Ritu Sachdeva followed by the National Anthem.

 

CLASS I ANNUAL PRESENTATION 2018-2019

K.R.Mangalam World School, G.K. – II staged an Annual Presentation “One World One Dream” by the students of Class I  on Saturday, October 27, 2018.

The function was presided over by the benign presence of Dr.Priti Dhawan, Senior Faculty, Lady Shri Ram College, University of Delhi, Mr. Subhash Bhadana, Deputy Commissioner, SDMC, Ms.Pooja and Mr. Abhishek Gupta, members of the Management Committee and Dr.Ashok Arora, Director of KRM Centre for Professional Development of Educators.

The Principal, Dr.Sangeeta Arora welcomed all guests and in her speech emphasized the global need for love, peace and unity.The show was a resplendent pageant of dance, drama and music. The musical element infused symphony into the show and brought the entire amphitheatre to life. The vote of thanks was proposed by the Pre-Primary Academic Coordinator Ms. Sanya Gupta. 

INDO-FRENCH EXCHANGE PROGRAMME 

K.R. Mangalam World School, G.K-II successfully organised its maiden student exchange programme with Ozanam Epil Campus, Lille, France, from 14 October, 2018 to 27 October, 2018. A delegation of twelve students along with three teachers visited the school and were hosted by their Indian counterparts.

The two-week visit not only exposed the students to the Indian education system but it also gave them an insight into the Indian culture and customs. The students attended classes with an eclectic mix of co-curricular classes like drama, arts, yoga, sports and music. The students were introduced to hands-on and interactive way of learning which helped in the better understanding of the subjects. Living within a homely setup, the French students experienced the Indian way of living and their culture.

 The school went an extra mile to make their visit a memorable one by conducting myriad activities along with educational visits to places of significance in New Delhi, Jaipur and Agra. The students were familiarized to the diverse religions practiced in India whose essence is one, as they visited the Iskon Temple, Akshardham Temple, Laxmi Narayan Mandir, Bangla Sahib and the Roman Catholic Church. The beholders of the antique and new, the traditional and modern- The National Museum and the National Museum of Craft and Handloom, offered the visiting guests a storehouse of the past history of India and its art heritage.

The visit to Dilli Haat was a treat for the French students as it was an amalgamation of creativity at its best with a varied display of art, music, food and colours from all corners of India. It was indeed a touching moment to see the visitors relish the Indian cuisine. Visiting the pink city, Jaipur, was a fun filled experience as they were introduced to the rich cultural heritage of the country. The French students thoroughly appreciated the beauty of the Amber Fort and Birla Mandir. A day at the Taj Mahal, the much-awaited destination was exciting and educative for the French students. It was indeed a pleasure for them to watch the World heritage as it sparkled and showed off its grandeur.

 The French delegates were deeply touched by the hospitality of the Indian hosts. The cultural exchange programme culminated with the farewell given by their Indian counter parts. The principal, Dr Sangeeta Arora, presented the students with gifts and mementos. She expressed her appreciation on their acceptance of the Indian ways of living and hoped that the Indian counterparts exchange would be fruitful and enriching too. The exchange program was a grand success as the students returned home with a sense of accomplishment and satisfaction at having been exposed to such a plethora of new ideas and experiences.

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Chess National Championship

The students of K.R Mangalam World School G.K-II have hit a home run by winning an entry into the Chess National Championship.

The Under 11 Boys team stole the show and emerged the champions after beating the DPS, RK Puram team. Ayaan Ahuja, Mahir Aggarwal, Aarav Goenka and Ashvath Mittal were the star performers.

The Under 19 Boys team comprising of Harparab Singh Johar, Gunin Malik, Pranay B Arora and Bhavy Kapoor stood at an envious second position . They performed very well and defeated the DPS, Mathura Road team in the final round. The Under 11 Girls team stood at a proud fourth rank. Kudos to Krisha Gupta, Saira Kalra, Saisha Joshi and Meddha.

And last but not the least , kudos to the Under 14 Boys team for putting up a strong fight against able opponents in every round from among 80 teams.

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The brilliant glow of your achievement lights the way to your success.”


This can be rightly quoted for Ms. Ruhani Sehgal of class X F, KRMWS GK II, who has designed the Notebook Cover Page for Goethe Institute / Max Mueller Bhavan.
She displayed exemplary artistic skills and covered all the important aspects of Germany in her design.
We wish her all the best and many more laurels for the future!

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Do it – Remember it.

An interactive, fun filled and activity based workshop was conducted for the students of classes V-X on 16 October 2018 on ‘Developing Speaking Skills’ by Enablify India. The workshop aimed at enhancing the communication skills of the students and hone their personalities to bring out their leadership skills. In today’s competitive world, it is imperative to have the right skills for interaction so that one may climb notches in their careers and gain popularity and due recognition. This goal was achieved through a series of activities, like storytelling, dramatization, recitation and group discussions. The students were very keen to participate in them and learnt to create a win-win situation for the student-school ecosystem.

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We at KRMWS make sure that all-round development of students involves a lot of learning. The school promotes workshops to enhance the potential of its students.

Write To win; a unique handwriting workshop conducted by Cello Gel Pens for the students of classes IV and V in the school premises on Monday, 15 October 2018.  The workshop aimed at empowering students with techniques that can help them develop great handwriting skills and promote a healthy attitude towards learning and taking exams especially with the transition from pencil to pen.  The students were engaged in various hands-on handwriting exercises to understand the physical and cognitive processes involved in writing precisely and fluently.  The students were given activity sheets to practice various strokes which can help them to have a steady hand.  They were even told about how to calculate the speed of handwriting. 

Speed of Handwriting = Total number of words written

                                                          Time taken

Write To win