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PreSchool Orientation
Date:28th March, 2016
Venue: Multi Purpose Hall

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One of the most important challenges of the school is to orient and enlighten the new set of parents of Pre School who came to the school with aspirations and dreams for their child.

  • A well structured programme was conceived for the session 2016-17.
  • The orientation program for the parent’s encapsulated mesmerizing performances ranging from Show n Tell and Role Play by Pre Primary which encouraged a prolonged appreciation from the audiences.
  • The show reflected the enthusiasm and confidence of our tiny wonders.
  • A power point presentation enlightens parents about the objectives and philosophy of the school.
  • It emphasized that provision of an optimal atmosphere and giving individual attention to each child ensures that every child grows and progresses to the best of his/her potential.
  • The presentation elucidated the activities that are undertaken to develop the motor skills and eye hand coordination. The curriculum emphasized on Motor Skills, Reading Skills, Language Skills and Numbers, Shapes and Pattern Work.  PreSchool Orientation report_2

The Principal Mr. Anand Swaroop shared his vision with the new members of our KRM family. At K.R. Mangalam World School efforts are made by the teachers and opportunities are given to children to excel in every field. Mrs. Baljit Kaur, the academic coordinator, spoke eloquently about the school and faculty that assuaged the doubts of the new parents.


The programme ended with a rousing rendition of National Anthem.

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Candid MomentsIt is not every day that one gets to meet real-life superheroes. It was truly an honour to not only be felicitated by the Secretary of Education, Sh Anil Swarup, during K.R. Mangalam World School’s Super Scholar Badge celebrations, but also to engage in a candid tête-à-tête with him. Here are some excerpts from the same.

  1. Sir, you have achieved so many milestones in your field of work. What is your success mantra?
  2. The greatest contributor to success is to enjoy every moment of life. I believe it is important to follow your heart and chase your dreams
  3. From an illustrious academic career, to a life dedicated to public service and academic enforcement, do you think that the ‘road not taken’ has impacted your life differently?
  4. I believe that cumulating knowledge has helped me to apply theoretical concepts in practicality and to put things into perspective. One should use simple learning and comprehension to widen one’s mind-set, perspective and horizon.
  5. I recall Rudyard Kipling’s poem ‘If’, which has a particularly inspiring line- “If you can meet with Triumph and Disaster and treat those two impostors just the same”. As a successful individual, sir, how important is it to experience failures, challenges and obstacles in life?
  6. Failure is just a stepping stone towards success and if there is no failure, there is no success. One can achieve success, despite numerous obstacles and failures. I believe whatever one does, it has to be done with perfection be it tying the knot of your tie, combing or polishing your shoes. We have to accept that life is a package deal; success and failure are just parts of it.
  7. Sir, is there any unforgettable moment, or any particular event which you cannot forget?
  8. Whenever, I recall all my achievements, the awards and the medals which have helped me make a difference in someone’s life, I feel satisfied. I remember after implementing the national health insurance scheme, I went to a hospital to see how it was being facilitated, so an old lady met me and told me that she liked the scheme so much that she will tell God that one good thing is definitely happening on earth.
  9. On a lighter note, Sir, is there any particular TV show you like to watch?
  10. (laughs) I don’t watch Television. But yes, I am active on twitter which was being introduced to me by my son. I would recommend everyone to read the Newspaper and watch News.

Interviewed by- Kamya Gupta and Vivaan Madhok



 Runs for a Noble CauseK.R. Mangalam World School, G.K-II aims to develop in students the value of personal integrity and skills to demonstrate helpfulness and respect for others. In pursuit of the same, the students and teachers of K.R. Mangalam World School, G.K-II participated in a unique Half-Marathon named “RUN for LAADLI”, an initiative of Delhi Police and Ladli Foundation Trust to spread awareness about gender equality and the need to abolish crimes against women. The students also administered a pledge to raise their concern against domestic violence and other deplorable crimes against women.

The event was an effort to involve and inspire our youth to oppose any act of injustice against women and to espouse concern for gender equality. The Principal, Ms Alka Awasthi congratulated the students and teachers for joining the noble cause.

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Abhinandan Educational and Welfare Society in association with Art Hub organised a drawing competition on Friday, 15 December 2017 to explore the creative potentials in the young minds of the children. It was a grand success with a number of prestigious schools of Delhi participating in the event. Nearly hundred students of K.R. Mangalam World School, G.K.II participated earnestly in the competition.It was held at one of the sprawling and lush green lawns of India Gate.

Transformation of a series of small things into visual expression was the main crux of this endeavour. The main thrust was towards stirring the imagination and providing a platform for innovation, exploration and aesthetics. The young participants spun magic which pulled the strings in the heart, mind and soul of the judges unleashing the forces within. The topic for the competition was ‘Education for All’. The students proved that they not only excel in academics but also shine in exhibiting their skills by their creative presentation.

 The event completed with flawless and stringent standards of evaluation and process.Chhavi Goyal of K.R. Mangalam World School was adjudged the best and was given the first prize. Shlok Ahuja and Vidhita Malhotra of the same school bagged the second and third position respectively and made the school proud.

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It has rightly been said by Frank Smith, that ❝one language sets you in a corridor for life, two languages open every door along the way.

In pursuit of the same, an interactive session was held on 15th December 2017 for the parents of Class  IV in order to help them explore the prospects of French, German, Sanskrit language and  other firsthand information about their career prospects  .

Mr. Olivier Litvine, Attaché for Cooperation in French Language and Ms. Jagriti Bhudiraja, Coordinator, Educational Services, Goethe Institut/ Max Mueller Bhavan enlightened the parents about the benefits of learning French/German as a foreign language.

Ms. Suman Sabharwal, the Sanskrit Faculty from K.R. Mangalam World School, G.K II, spoke about benefits of learning Sanskrit, the mother of all languages.

The session helped the parents make a correct choice for the third language for their wards for Class V.

The session ended with an interactive discussion where the queries by the parents were taken up by the experts.

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Scholar Badge Ceremony at K.R. Mangalam World School, G.K-II

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K.R. Mangalam World School, G.K- II observed the Scholar Badge Ceremony of classes IV, VI, VIII and X of session 2016-17 on 8   December, 2017 to felicitate meritorious students for their academic brilliance. The event commenced with the invocation of the Almighty followed by the rendition of the school song by the School Choir.

The Principal, Ms. Alka Awasthi, welcomed the Chief Guest, Shri Anil Swarup, IAS, Secretary, School Education & Literacy, MHRD and congratulated the students and encouraged them to enjoy the glory for which they have worked so hard. In her thought provoking speech, she appreciated the meticulous efforts of outstanding students and motivated others to follow their path. Shri Anil Swarup exhorted the students to not only pursue their own goals, but also make a difference in the lives of those with whom they are associated. He also congratulated and praised the determination and perseverance of the awardees and motivated the other students to resolve to scale stellar heights. 

An enthralling dance performance ‘Karmnishtha Gajanan- a dance drama’ held the audience captivated.

As a hallmark of true academic brilliance, Kritika Sharma of Class XII was awarded the most Promising Student Award for her exceptional talent and excellence in all fields. It was a proud moment for all present. The vote of thanks was proposed by the Senior School Academic Coordinator, Ms. Ritu Sachdeva.

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Our blooming bundles of joy have brought laurels home, truly an achievement to be recognized. The winning streak of our young, vibrant and enthusiastic performers of Primary school of class I have scaled the pinnacles of success not only in academics but also in field of their exemplary oratory and speaking skills.

Students of K.R. Mangalam World School, G.K-II take part in Theatre Festival

At K.R. Mangalam World School, G.K-II, we firmly believe that the goal of education in current times is not to increase the amount of knowledge but to create possibilities for a child to invent and discover and to create learners who are capable of new things with unrelenting vigour and ardour. In pursuit of the same, the students of K.R Mangalam World School, G.K-II participated in the Children Theatre Festival organized by “Three Arts Club” at Sriram Centre on 10 Nov 2017. Our school was represented by a group of 20 youthful pupils (artists) staging a play titled as “Aetihasik Balidan”. The children received an overwhelming response from one and all present there.

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An Inter School Team Competition of Creativity, Quick Decision Making and Problem Solving was held in the month of May in order to test the spontaneity, creativity and logical understanding of the students given a constrained environment.

Stepping the Ladder of SuccessThe selected winner students of K.R. Mangalam World School, G.K-II had the opportunity to compete in the Creativity Decathlon Global Finals hosted by the Korean Association of Creativity Education sponsored by Ajou University in Seoul, in the month of August, 2017. K.R. Mangalam World School, G.K-II made a mark in the event with three students namely, Angad of class VII, Akshay and Ravyaraj of class VI bagging the First position and indeed adding another plume to the saga of our success. The Principal Ms Alka Awasthi congratulated the students for bringing laurels to school.


K.R. Mangalam World School took the initiative to create Road Safety Awareness in collaboration with Delhi Traffic Police by organizing a Debate Competition in the school premises on 17 October, 2017 to ensure that individuals are well informed about the rules they should adhere to while commuting on the roads. The Debate Competition was held for classes VI-VIII on the topic, “Road safety education is very essential in inculcating good safety habits among people.” This was a part of the School Road Safety Awareness Campaign 2017-18 organized by Delhi Traffic Police.

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