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Education is the key to unlock the golden door of freedom.

Keeping up with the theme, the students of class 10 B conducted their assembly, on the 22 July 2016. The topic for the assembly was ‘Literacy’. The assembly commenced with the chanting of the Saraswati Vandana .



This was followed by the news updates and the thought for the day. Literacy is the foundation, the base to be successful in life. The same  was conveyed  by the students as they expressed their views on the theme. Atharv  Bidhuri’s spontaneous overflow of thoughts woven into words was well presented , as he recited a self- composed poem on ‘Literacy’ .

National AnthemThis was followed by a short skit through which the students highlighted the importance of being truly literate. Keeping up with the theme, the talented singers then presented a song titled ‘Aao Deep Jalaye Hum’. The Principal Ms. Alka Awasthi motivated the students with her encouraging words. The assembly culminated with the rendition of the National Anthem.


Eloquence_1 K.R. Mangalam World School, G.K-II observed its maiden English Literary Inter-School Event ‘ELOQUENCE’, on 29 July 2016.It acted as a platform  for the literary talents to delve into their curiosities, reach out to the literary genius’, polish their talents and paint a moment of their own imagination in the canvas of  life.

From reel to real, from books to stage, from knowledge to expression-the event had it all. The programme commenced with the ushering of the Guests of Honour and brightening the horizon with the ceremonial lighting of the lamp. To enlighten the gathering, the Principal Ms. Alka Awasthi expressed her belief that greatness comes from actions as language transcends boundaries. .The feather in the cap was the dance performance which left the audience captivated and spellbound.  Magic was in the air as the vibrant juniors fascinated everyone with their power and style as they presented ‘Conjuring – A Magical Incantation’

‘Eloquence 2K16’ encompassed two literary events, ‘Tramedy’ and ‘Hot Pursuit’. In ‘Tramedy’, the literary enthusiasts mesmerized the gathering with their oratory skills as they delivered a tragic speech in a comic style. In ‘Hot Pursuit’, the zealous actors vociferously reinterpreted the title of a famous literary classic in a fiery and sensational manner.

The esteemed panel of judges included renowned Academicians and Authors .

The plethora of talent left one and all including the judges fly with the wings of the euphoria..The overall trophy was bagged by K.R Mangalam World School, G.K-II and Eicher School, Faridabad..



Creativity is the bringing into being of something which did not exist before, either as a product, a process or a thought. In fact, we are all creative every day because we are constantly changing the ideas which we hold about the world around us.When we change ourselves, the world changes with us, both in the way that the world is affected by our changed actions and in the changed way that we experience the world. In the pursuit of the same, the teachers of K. R. Mangalam, GK-II indulged themselves into various brainstorming activities organized by Creative Thinkers Foundation headed by Mr. Shubharno Chokraborty on ‘Creative Thinking’ on 1 July 2016 .

Creative Thinkers Foundation highlights the need to unleash and maximize the imaginative and creative potential inherent in each child and the workshop enhanced teachers’ confidence and potential to face the odd life situations with ease. It also helped in enhancing their life skills and provided unique experiences in various subjects like science and technology , language and art and craft . It enabled teachers to establish great bondage as coaches, co-learners and nurturers of child’s creativity. It intended to go beyond box-in, jacketed education system and boosted their out-of-box thinking to keep their neural system active.

creative_1The teachers were asked to form  groups with different activities assigned to each group. They were required to make something creative with the help of a prompt action plan in their minds using the restricted items provided to them.creative_2

The teachers indulged themselves in some creative tasks as allotted by the hosts. The aim of this workshop was to bridge this gap with various creativity programs which proved to be successfully accomplished.

Workshop on Multiple Intelligence

“Some of the best years in life are the time spent as a child and later our collegiate years, as working adults in a fast paced society; we sometimes forget just how precious and fleeting those years are”. Good teachers become great teachers by going beyond the call of duty  beyond the textbook.

Multiple Intelligence_1Keeping this in mind, K.R. Mangalam has always been taking initiatives to enrich their faculty by holding various interesting workshops. A stimulating and enhancing workshop was conducted for teachers, teaching classes VI to X on 1 July,2016 by Dr Ashok Arora, Educational Advisor, K.R. Mangalam Group of schools. The workshop aimed at enabling teachers to identify every child’s potential and help them grow in the preferred field and broaden the arena. The convenor of the workshop not just emphasised the need of identifying a personality type but also discussed the need of each and every facet of an individual’s personality. The teachers were able to know more about themselves through a very interesting questionnaire which is popularly known as Abraham Maslow’s hierarchy of needs.

The workshop also taught the teachers to amalgamate multiple intelligence tests into the classroom and how to make it cross curricular. Overall, it was an educational, stirring and inspirational experience.

Other relevant examples cited helped the participant teachers to grasp the content and various aspects of the central theme.

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Workshop on Knowledge Through Perception

An inspiring and thought provoking workshop was organised by K.R. Mangalam World School, GK – II for the Pre-Primary and Primary teachers on July 1, 2016. The subject of the workshop was “Knowledge Through Perception” conducted by Mr Rajeev Ranjan from ‘Kalpavriksha’.

The workshop emphasized on gaining knowledge through perception. Mr Ranjan conducted the workshop and highlighted that the techniques and exercises like Dhaarna and Utkraman Kriya can be taught to students for making the more engaged in classroom activities. Pragnyavistara, a technique for increasing focus was explained to the participant teachers and was subsequently practised by the teachers.

The workshop concluded by summarising the beneficial outcomes and the promise that “Knowledge through Perception” holds both for teachers  and the students.

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KRMUN 2K16……The Saga continues!!!!!!


KRMUN 2K16 was a platform for the participants to step into the shoes of ambassadors from UN member states to debate current concerned issues. Delegates could be seen in draft resolutions and plot strategy to resolve conflicts in their committees.

Bidding farewell has and will always be a difficult task. However at KRMUN 2K16, the delegates left with cheerful smiles rather than teary eyes.

The valedictory function commenced with the felicitation ceremony by the Executive Boards of all the delegations present. The participants applauded the efforts put in by all the members of the delegation. The delegates were awarded accolades such as The Best Delegate, High Commendation, Special Mention, Verbal Mention and Best Delegation. Modern School Barakhamba Road bagged the Best Delegation Trophy. The Principal Ms. Alka Awasthi congratulated the participants for putting up a commendable show.


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English 97 Rahul Gupta, Kinnari Jain, Rushial Malhotra, Prithvi Dhingra, Ritika Gupta, Anika Hasija, Kanika Mahajan
Mathematics 97 Ekansh Gupta
Biology 96 Shreyas Singh, Sukhleen Kaur
Chemistry 98 Sukhleen Kaur
Computer Science 95 Nikunj Jain
Accountancy 96 Akshay Gupta
Business Studies 97 Nimisha Lal, Manvi Goyal
Economics 98 Ekansh Gupta, Nimisha Lal
Phy. Education 91 Sukhleen Kaur, Harveen Kaur
History 95 Vedriti Yadav, Shimrran Vohra, Riya Malhotra, Kanika Mahajan ,Ananya Verma, Anshul Roy, Debashish Kumar, Isha Rathee
Political Science 97 Kanika Mahajan
Psychology 98 Kanika Mahajan
Geography 87 Kirandeep Kaur
Home Science 96 Shimran Vohra
Sociology 97 Ananya Verma
Painting 100 Shimran Vohra
I.P 95 Punit Chawla
Physics 96 Nikunj Jain
Music 90 Mequl Sakalle


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Kanika Mahajan,
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Nimisha Lal-97 Manvi Goyal-97


The INTER HOUSE BANNER MAKING competition for girls of classes VI-X  was held on 22 April, 2016. Each team consisted of six participants, with at least one girl from each class.

The competition took place on the day of THE EARTH DAY. The students were required to make banners inspiring the youth of today to save our Mother Nature.

The girls, surely, did a great job.

The houses were adjudged on the basis of Creativity, Presentation and the Content of the banner.

EMERALD House emerged as the winner of the competition, with their banner being the most inspiring.

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