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Fancy DressThe children of Class-I participated in the Fancy Dress Competition held on February 19, 2016.   Theme: ‘Famous Personalities’.
The children came dressed in appropriate costumes. They spoke about the character/person they were enacting with confidence and enthusiasm.

Children looked beautiful dressed up as  Prime Minister Narendra  Modi, Kalpana Chawla, Swami Vivekananda, Mary Kom , Dr. Abdul Kalam, Hitler, Miss World & Miss Universe,Priyanka Chopra,Cleopatra, Albert Einstein,Princess Kate Middleton,James Bond,Queen Elizabeth, Mother Teresa, Neerja Bhanot, Krish, Sonia Gandhi ,Indira Gandhi, Arvind Kejriwal, etc.

The objective of the competition was met as students learnt about many important national and international figures and their achievements. It helped to build English conversational skills.

All our little ones were looking adorable. They won our hearts with their exuberance and enthusiasm!

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The Blessing and Farewell Ceremony for Class XII students of KRM Greater Kailash was held on 30 January 2016, Saturday. Farewell, 2016 proved to be a grand event with the colours of the cultural feast unfolding and blending with the beauty of the graceful evening that was awaiting. Guests in beautiful dresses and impressive personalities joined the hall to grace the occasion.

The programme commenced with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp. The programme organised by class XI students had an array of dance and music performances dedicated to their seniors. The chief attraction was the ramp walk for the most coveted titles – Mr KRM and Ms KRM 2015-2016, which was awarded to Aarya Gupta and Vansheen Bhat. The programme concluded with a delectable round of refreshments.




Pre Primary students went on an excursion trip to India Gate and Children’s Park, where they were imparted information regarding the significance of the monument .Children were shown Amar Jawan Jyoti .They also went inside the children’s Park and enjoyed playing on the swings .Students walked around the garden to see the musical fountain and a fish aquarium .Overall it was an enjoyable trip .

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Students of Pre Primary  visited Dilli Haat located in INA market .It provided the ambience of Rural Haat .It takes you to the magical world of Indian Heritage Culture presented through a fascinating panorama of Craft ,Cuisine and Cultural Activities. Children were excited to see colourful accessories, clothes and other craft items .

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culturati Report_1K.R. Mangalam World School, G.K.II celebrated its Annual Fiesta ‘Culturati-A Melange’… an artistic splendor, on 30 January 2016. The programme commenced with the sprightly and ebullient contingents of the Army, Navy, Air force and NCC cadres marching proudly with precision, at the beat of the drums, showcasing the true spirit of leadership. The occasion was graced by the benign presence of Shri S.S. Rawat, Regional Officer, CBSE, the Chief Guest of the day, Dr. Stella Kujur, DDE South-East and Management members of  KRM Group of Schools. The spirit of harmony and togetherness engulfed the atmosphere as the talented singers presented a soulful melody titled ‘Humse hai Umeede’.

Extending a warm welcome to all the distinguished guests, the Principal, Ms. Archana Sagar exhorted the role of students to become the responsible citizens of tomorrow by achieving the three P’s- Persistence, Patience and Practice. This was followed by an invigorating yoga performance, ‘Adwaita- The Art of Well Being’, by the students of class V. Various track events in senior as well as junior categories were held where the athletes of KRM proved their mettle and bedazzled everyone with their speed, stamina and confidence. The Fan Drill, ‘Fanning the Fervor’ was indeed a visual treat as the young learners of classes VI and VII perfectly synchronized the movement of the fans to the rhythm of  music, proving right that strength meets flexibility.

The much awaited prize distribution ceremony followed up where the worthy Chief Guest bestowed the prizes to the most deserving athletes and meritorious students and motivated all to keep striving hard with sincere endeavors. The overall trophy was bagged by Sapphire House. The function concluded with the students presenting the cultural ethos of Indian Art of Living through the fusion, ‘Montage-The Dances of India’. The riveting performance, a confluence of the various dances won an unceasing applause from the audience. It was indeed a spectacle to watch. The programme culminated with the Vote of Thanks by the senior school coordinator Ms Ritu Sachdeva.

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From being welcomed by the thousands of stars in the night sky to bidding goodbye with tears All India Girls NCC Trekking Expedition was a journey to remember. Our days went in climbing the mountains with narrow paths and nights in practicing for the cultural program. We did many odd jobs like picking up stones, cleaning the city, serving food to people etc. We met children from different parts of the country and befriended them. We learnt some words of their language and interesting things about their culture. Representing the Delhi Directorate we took part in different competitions like Kho-Kho, Tug of War, Poster Making etc. We visited Ajmer Dargah Sharif and Narelli( a Jain Temple). Muskan Singh and Zainab Aasim Nadvi secured the second position for Kho-Kho and Khushi Rathi won a silver medal in Stage Decoration.

As Eleanor Roosevelt said“The purpose of life is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experience.” And that’s what we exactly did there.



The students of class 1 C participated enthusiastically in their class assembly. They presented a small story with a very meaningful moral “ KAR BHALA TO HO BHALA” .Children were excited to dress up as honeybees and dance to the foot tapping music. It was amazing a to see all the children speaking and performing with confidence on the stage.Read More…..


Learning another language is like becoming another person.
                                                                                                                – Haruki Murakami

It has rightly been said “To have a second language is to possess a second soul”. In pursuit of the same, an interactive session was held on 22 December 2015 for the parents of Classes IV and VIII. The Motivational session helped the parents to make their choice easier for third language in Class V and second language in Class IX.

Ms. Jagriti Bhudiraja from Max Muller Bhavan, Connaught Place enlighted the parents about German language.

Ms. Caroline Schmitt and Ms. Kanika Bhardwaj from Alliance Francais, Lodhi Road enlighted the parents about French language.

Ms. Suman Sabharwal, Sanskrit Faculty from K.R. Mangalam World School enlighted the Parents about Sanskrit Language. It was an interactive session and Power point presentations were shown to the Parents. The Motivational session ended with Question-Answer Session.




The tick of a clock reminds us how Mathematics is important and integral part of our lives.

Mathematics has played a vital role in building modern civilization and Shri Ramanujan, a genius Mathematician has made exemplary contribution towards the same.

To commemorate the birth anniversary of Shri Ramanujan and to promote interest of students in Mathematics and its applications, the students of K.R. Mangalam World School, GK – II participated in the following Activities:

 *  Class I – VIII    * Mathematics Relay Race   *  Class VI – VIII    *  Mathematical Puzzles  *  Mathematical Games

*   Innovative Projects  *  Class IX – XI    *  Interactive Session    *  Mathematical Games    * Innovative Projects

Mathematics Relay Race

The topics were chosen according to the grades:

For class I – V, the topics were simple calculation with 4 rounds each with 5 questions. The students participated in the relay in groups of 4 students each.

For Class VI- VII, the topics were simple equations, ratios, profit and loss questions.

The students participated with full enthusiasm and helped in building their abilities to solve questions in less amount of time.

Mathematical Puzzles

Classes VI- VIII participated in this event by solving puzzles on mathematics.

Class VI was given puzzles to solve with few word problems.

Classes VII – VIII were presented tougher questions. Like, If there are 8 identical coins in which 7 coins weigh 1 gm and 1 coin weighs 2 gm, how are they going to identify the heavier coin if they can be weighed only twice.

How many different cubes can they paint with 4 given colors?

Few students came up with interesting answers while others struggled to get the answers.

Mathematical Games

Students were given sheets of Sudoku and Kakuro to solve individually. Junior classes were given easier versions while the seniors handled the tough ones.

Few Students were given games like Loop the Loop, Multiplication Kakuro. It was indeed a delight to see the little minds work with such enthusiasm.

Innovative Projects

Students chose their topics and came up with beautiful models on mathematics.

Junior students made use of tangrams and came up with cubes using Origamy.

Students made model on tessellations in architecture, trigonometric calculator, model on maximizing the utilization of parking area as well as came with good solutions for parking problems.

Students made a model on open stadium to maximize the capacity of the stadium, illusion models.

Demonstrations using volume of solids.




Interactive Sessions

Students were asked to come up with few tricks of Vedic Mathematics to discuss with their peers in the class. And then they were given a chance to demonstrate the tricks in the class.

Students of Class VIII were presented with Pascal Triangle to ease up their concept of identities on Binomials.

Class X students came up with projects on application of Mathematics in daily life like architecture, clothing, nature, cosmetics, science etc.

Class XI students were asked to read and write a review for the book “ An Apology by a Mathematician” by G.H. Hardy who gave the chance to Ramanujan to show his work to the world.