A mega-event ‘Deutsch Jamboree’ was organized at K.R. Mangalam World School, G.K-II in collaboration with Goethe Institute, Max Mueller Bhavan on 28 April, 2017. With over 250 participants from more than 10 schools of Delhi-NCR, the day witnessed the agglomeration of German and Indian Culture.
A Historic Winning Streak
K.R. Mangalam World School believes in developing the various facets of student’s personality to make them realize their innate talent. In the pursuit of the same, Inter School Championships are being organized to provide students an edge over others.
It was a proud moment for the Football Champions of K.R. Mangalam World School, GK- II to win laurels for the school by securing the first position in the under 14 category. It was heartening to see such enthusiasm and high level of energy amongst students of different age groups.
The criterion for winning the tournament was not only the maximum number of matches won by the team but also the motivation driven by the Cheer leaders and the support provided by the display of School Flag and banners.
Players and cheerleaders were awarded the Winner’s Trophy in all pomp and show. The players were also awarded with Gold Medals and certificates and they walked off the field with great pride. With grit and determination, the young achievers left no stone unturned in proving their mettle. Kudos to the Football Team!
IMAGINATION TRIGGERS CREATIVITY
When creativity is motivated by the desire to achieve success, it urges one to go for that extra mile. ‘Odyssey of the Mind’, a creative problem-solving competition was held at K.R. Mangalam World School, G.K-II on 11February 2017 organized by Creative Thinkers Foundation. The competition which was an amalgamation of science, art and fiction, was truly a test of using one’s imagination to trigger the creative neurons to do something different.
Schools from Delhi and NCR competed in this ‘thinking out of the box’ competition and the innovative and the creative minds of K.R. Mangalam World School, G.K-II came out with flying colours by bagging two Gold medals and one Silver medal in three different problems. It was a perfect synchronization of talent and teamwork which helped students to achieve yet another milestone .The school has qualified for the World Finals and EuroFest which will be held at Michigan State University, USA and Belarus respectively, in the month of April and May 2017 respectively.
The Principal Ms Alka Awasthi appreciated the undaunted spirit of KRMites to face challenges till the end and emerging victorious in all spheres.
ANNUAL CONFERENCE HELD BY THE ACTION COMMITTEE
The Action Committee held its Annual Conference on Saturday, 17 December 2016, at the India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road.
Action Committee is the umbrella organization of all the reputed associations of private recognized unaided schools. It represents more than 500 schools in Delhi. This committee has been working to protect, safeguard and uplift the interests of the Private Unaided recognized schools in Delhi.
The conference began with the ceremonial lighting of the lamp followed by the welcome address by Mr. S.K. Bhatacharya, President Action Committee. A mellifluous rendition, ‘Bolo-Bolo Milke Bolo,’ by the students of Manavsthali School, set the tone for the proceedings.
Mr. Vijay Goel, Union Minister, Govt. of India, addressed the august gathering and promised that the Govt. Stadiums will soon be made available to schools for organizing school Annual Functions and Sports Days. Mr. Vijay Goel also updated that a memorable Sports Event called, ‘Khel Khelo India’ is proposed to be held on 21st January, 2017, which is expected to have about sixty thousand student participants. He emphasized that education should be clubbed with sports for the holistic development of a child.
Principals and Teachers from various schools were conferred with awards.
The panelists of the Action Committee along with eminent speakers and Principals from some of the reputed schools of Delhi expressed their views on self regulatory mechanisms and processes to be taken up by the Action Committee for the betterment of Unaided Recognized Pvt. Schools.
The conference concluded with the National Anthem.
THE DISCERNING EYE OF ROHIL CHANDNA
K.R Mangalam World School, G.K-II believes that education cannot be confined to the four walls of the classroom and one should strike on new paths to explore new wonders. The school takes pride in stating that Rohil Chandna of Class XII has been awarded ‘India’s Best Teenage Photographer’ in Photomarathon organized by Canon. The felicitation ceremony was held in Germany where budding photographers from all over the world participated.
KRM is proud of you Rohil!!