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Students of grade 7 participated in the Vigyan Samagam Workshop on Size Scales in Astronomy organised by National Science Centre on February 24, 2020. The first exercise was knowing the Solar system better , the planet size, interplanetary distance, meteors, comets and Sun. Students then visited the exhibition under ‘Vigyan Samagam’. Some of the displays were on ITER( International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor) , TMT (Thirty Meter Telescope), Department of Atomic Energy, CERN, SKA (Square Kilometer Array) etc.

At TMT corner students learnt that it is to be the world’s most advanced and capable ground based optical and IR observatory to know the evolution of Universe. The ITER display presented India’s contribution to the project. There are 9 work packages in ITER-India scope.The SKA corner showed an array of telescopes, spread over hundreds of kilometres in Australia and South Africa. SKA will allow insights into the formation and evolution of the first stars and galaxies after the Big Bang.

The displays were explained to the students as per their level of knowledge and comprehension. This made the topics interesting and very absorbing for them. Students loved the model of the telescope with mirrors trying to observe the images. These were beyond the regular syllabus of our students but revolved around their knowledge and information as gained all these years. This made the exhibition interesting for the students.

Students also had the opportunity to see the National Science Centre and the various interesting facts and theories displayed there like the shape of DNA, human heart, brain, our muscles and joints, carbon content in our body as measured against the body weight, evolution of life on earth, evolution of our Post & Telegraph, role of chemistry in early lives, going back to early civilisation period, few topics from physics like sound, how it is produced, light and reflection, etc

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A Visit to The Old Fort, Delhi
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On 19th February,2020 the students (131) of our school went to the Old Fort for an educational excursion accompanied by seven teachers.

The visit was organised by the school as part of developing pride in our heritage and appreciating the beauty of the architecture of our shared past

We left the school in buses at 9.45 am and reached our destination by10.30am. After deboarding we formed lines and entered the fort through the main Gate known as ‘Bara Darwaza’. It is a beautiful tall gateway with a dome and an arched entrance.

On the left-hand side of Bara Darwaza is the ASI Museum which has exhibits from ancient times to the Gupta period and later periods as well. The carvings and miniature painting were just like the ones shown in our textbooks.

Next, we went to another gate of the fort named ‘Humayun Darwaza’ after the Mughal emperor Humayun. It has two entrances, one on top of the other and the lower one is at the level of the moat which surrounded the fort at one time.

After this we walked to the observatory started by the first Mughal king Babur for his son Humayun which was later completed by Sher Shah Suri. It is an octagonal structure and has beautiful designs of stars on the entrance gate. Right next to the observatory is a bathhouse or ‘Hammam’ which is in ruins and we could not make much from it.

Next on the agenda was the ‘Baoli’ or the ‘step well’ which was quite familiar to us from our PBL research. But it is actually quite deep and has water even after so much time has passed.

Right next to the Baoli was the fort mosque or Qila-e-Kuhna mosque made up of red and yellow sandstone and marble. It was very wide and quite high. It was decorated with ‘aayats’ of Quran and geometrical patterns made up of marble inlaid in sandstone. There was a well alongside and a small pond for ablutions before the prayers.

Then it was time to return and we came back with lots of new discoveries and happy memories.






The students of Class III of K.R. Mangalam World School, G.K-II were taken for a class picnic to Hauz Khas District Park on 19 February 2020. With their bags packed with games, food and a lot more, the children were very happy and excited to go for the picnic. On reaching the park, the children enthusiastically explored the alluring beauty and bounties of nature. The nature walk helped them to observe different types of plants all around them. The day was well spent enjoying, singing and interacting with each other. They played different games like skipping, kho-kho, badminton, etc. The visit to the park was a memorable one and it motivated the students to take care of their environment and to maintain cleanliness around them. It was a wonderful opportunity for all the children to strengthen their bonds and everyone came back to the school rejuvenated. The children clearly enjoyed their day to the fullest and created beautiful memories to be cherished by them for a long time to come. The laughter and joy that was witnessed amongst the children was something beyond words. The picnic was a much needed break from the regular schedule of the students in school and the children made the best out of the day.





K.R. Mangalam World School, GK II organized an excursion to Lodhi Garden on Tuesday, February 18, 2020. It was a pleasant Tuesday morning and the students were extremely excited for the visit. It was a wonderful day with a lot of learning experience at the same time. Our little ones were spellbound to see the beautiful flowers, birds and monuments. The students saw many multicolored butterflies for the very first time. The ducks in the lake at Lodhi Garden looked magnificent. Our students collected dry leaves, tulips, flowers, etc. to preserve as momentous . It was an amazing day for the students.

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“One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.”

In regard to the same, K.R. Mangalam World School, GK II organized an excursion to National War Memorial on Friday, 14February 2020 for the students of classes VI and VIII.

The National War Memorial has spread over 40 acres in the India Gate complex behind the canopy, commemorating the sacrifices made by Indian soldiers. The National War Memorial was inaugurated on February 25, 2019 by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi near India Gate, New Delhi. It has been built as a tribute to the soldiers killed during the Indo-China War in 1962, the Indo-Pak Wars in 1947, 1965 and 1971, and the Kargil Conflict in 1999, and the Indian Peace Keeping Force Operations in Sri Lanka.Adjacent to the main complex lies a tribute to the 21 ParamVir Chakra with a bronze bust.The entire stonework of the memorial, was done by Star Mercantile of Kishore Kapur, including the obelisk.

Students enriched their learning experience by witnessing ‘Amar Chakra’, ‘Veerta Chakra’ and ‘Tyag Chakra’. Students remembered those who went through hardships and made sacrifices for us and our nation. Students also witnessed an eternal flame similar to India Gate. It represents that their sacrifice will always be remembered by the citizens of India.

The students enthusiastically spotted the names of proud Indians who sacrificed their lives for the sake of safety and security of the citizens of India.




Visit to National Zoological Park

K.R. Mangalam World School , GK-II organised an excursion to National Zoological Park located at Mathura Road on Thursday November 21, 2019. It was a lovely Thursday morning and children were filled with curiosity and excitement . It was an enriching learning experience for the students as they saw wide range of  animals and birds. They were enthralled to see the white tiger, gigantic elephant , jaguar and colourful parrots. They enjoyed the joy ride on battery operated shuttle which took them around all enclosures. It was a fun filled day for our little ones.

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The complete life, the perfect pattern, includes old age as well as youth and maturity. Old age has its pleasures, which though different, are not less than the pleasures of youth. Old age is also called the second childhood, and is a time when one needs love and care of the near and dear. This is something which we realized when we visited Guruvishram Old Age home with a few students of classes V and VI on Wednesday, October 23, 2019.

The inmates were very hospitable and friendly, and they welcomed us with their beautiful smiles. To break the monotony of their lives, we sang and danced with them. The students then presented the residents, whom they addressed as dada, dadi, nana and nani, with Diwali greetings, sweets etc. We were able to make out that they were very happy to have us there.

Ms. Suman, the administrator at the home, was overwhelmed and said that the children had come with a lot of preparation, enthusiasm and with good intentions.

Though we spent only a few hours with them, they made us realize the value of our grandparents and the tenderness with which we need to take care of them.
The children realized that the opportunity, words and loved ones — once gone, they never come back! After spending the day at the old age home, their love for their family, particularly their grandparents grew stronger and deeper.

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The school organized an excursion to The Traffic Park located at Baba Kharak Singh Marg, Connaught Place on Tuesday , 17 September, 2019 for the students of class Nursery. The students had a joyful time learning about the traffic rules. An interesting interactive session was organized by the Traffic Personnel. The Traffic Park is equipped with traffic signals, road signs, small roads and road crossings thus teaching the children about the various aspects of road safety in a play way method. They also watched a short film about the safety measures to be adopted by the citizens to keep themselves and others safe on the roads. Our Pre-Schoolers came back much wiser and alert about day to day Traffic rules.









K. R Mangalam World School, G.K-2 believes in learning through active exploration and real life experiences. The students of Kindergarten enjoyed visiting Dilli Haat as a part of Project Based Learning of the topic States of India. They were excited to see different stalls of various handicrafts, handlooms, pottery, jewellery and food items.It was a fun filled learning experience for them.

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K.R. Mangalam World School believes in real learning through educational visits in which students acquire deeper knowledge through active exploration and real life experiences. The students of kindergarten enjoyed visiting the Dolls Museum. They were excited to see a huge collection of dolls from across the globe with costumes and accessories. The Tiny tots had a fun filled day.