Celebrating the legacy and heralding the future.
K. R. Mangalam World School, G.K-II mirrors the social fabric of the Indian society which recognizes and revels diversity.Keeping up with this thought the school celebrated the 71st Republic Day on Friday, 24 January, 2020. The programme commenced with the contingent marching confidently to the beats of the drum, showcasing the true spirit of leadership and the unfurling of the National Flag by the principal, Dr.Sangeeta Arora.The day marked the celebration of unity, an urge to spread harmony, a joy to humanity.The tri-coloured balloons which are a symbol of freedom carried aspirations and evoked the spirit of patriotism, leaving behind a message of hope and happiness. This was followed by the school band creating a mesmerising ambience by performing the ‘Drummer’s Call’. Highlighting the true essence of freedom Naunidh and Kuhu of class VIII expressed their views on the Constitution of India and the thoughts of PanditJawahar Lal Nehru. Keeping up the patriotic fervour,the NCC cadets of the school gave an invigorating performance by marching forward with full vigour and enthusiasm on the song titled “TakatWatan Ki Hum Se Hai, HimmatWatan Ki Humse Hai.” This was followed by amellifluous performance of the talented singers who filled the charisma in the air by the patriotic rendition ‘VandeMataram’.The function culminated with therendition of the KRM song.
A sense of Patriotism could be seen at K.R Mangalam World School, G.K-II on August 14, 2019 during the unfurling of the tricolor. Brigadier D.P Singh, VSM graced the occasion as the Guest of Honour. Sh Singh motivated the students to shoulder the responsibilities for making our country proud as our future lies in the hands of our youth. The meritorious students were also felicitated with certificates of scholarship. A nukkad natak and dance performances filled the amphitheater with patriotic fervor. The Principal Dr Sangeeta Arora congratulated the students on the eve of Independence Day.
“Children are likely to live up to what you believe of them”.
Inter- House competitions paves the way for our students to rejuvenate their spirits, remain rooted to the moral values and unleash their vitality.In the month of July 2019,various Inter- House Competitions, held within the school premises.
The well planned competitions were conducted focusing on brushing up students’ talents. Each child was given the opportunity and the platform to display his/her talent and present themselves as individuals. Guided by their mentors,the competitions included creative writing in which Ruby house bagged the first position, another competition titled ‘Poem Recitation (English)’ was also conducted in which Ruby and Topaz house shared the first position. InHindi Poem Recitation, Sapphire house won the first position.
These competition developed a feeling of affiliation and unity among students.
ASSEMBLY OF CLASSES VIII- E AND VIII-F
“Keep your thoughts positive because your thoughts become your words. Keep your words positive because your words become your behavior. Keep your behavior positive because your behavior becomes your habits. Keep your habits positive because your habits become your values. Keep your values positive because your values become your destiny.”
Keeping up with the theme of ‘Moral Values’, the students of classes VIII- E and VIII- F conducted their assembly on the 24 July 2019. The topic for the assembly was ‘Moral Values’. The assembly commenced with the chanting of the morning prayer. The principal of the school, Dr. Sangeeta Arora, took a pledge along with the students, conveying a message to conserve water and realizing the importance of natural resources.
This was followed by the news updates, the thought for the day and English and Hindi word of the week.Imparting of moral values is the foundation, the base to be successful in life. This was very well conveyed byAryaveer andVandita as they expressed their views on the theme. Arnav Gupta spontaneous overflow of thoughts weaved into words was very well presented, as he recited a self- composed poem on ‘Importance of Moral Values’.
The students of 8Epresented a short skit through which the students highlighted the importance of moral values in one’s life. Keeping up with the theme, the talented singers then presented a song titled ‘Think of love, think of peace’.
The Principal of the school motivated the students with her encouraging words. The assembly culminated with the acknowledgment of the winners who brought laurels to the school. It was indeed a proud moment for the winners as well as the school. The assembly ended with the rendition of the National Anthem.
INTER-HOUSE DEBATE COMPETITION
An inter-house Debate Competition was held at our school premises on 19th July, 2019. The aim of the competition was to hone public speaking skills of the students and teach them to be articulate while expressing their thoughts and opinions. The speakers of classes IX- XI of all four houses spoke eloquently on the topic Internet vs social life.
The highlight of the event was the question answer round, as a volley of questions were answered confidently by both the sides, inviting counter questions which were aptly answered by witty and vivacious speakers. The session was a kaleidoscope of opinions,thoughts, ideas and perspectives that definitely enhanced the knowledge and understanding of the topic among students.
Saanvi of Topaz house bagged the first position. Ishita of Sapphire house came second and Seher of Emerald house came third.
“Dont be a master incase of Disaster”
The students of Classes 8C and 8D conducted the morning assembly on the topic Disaster Management
on Wednesday, 17 July 2019. The assembly was graced by the presence of Principal Dr. Sangeeta Arora and Ms Bharti Mathur. The morning assembly started on a pious note with a prayer followed by a devotional song. Students commenced the assembly by updating the audience with current news, the weather report and the thought for the day. The students enhanced the knowledge of vocabulary both in Hindi and English.
Aryan Singh narrated a beautiful self-composed poem based on disaster management. The students presented a Street Play making the audience aware of the preventive measures needed to be taken during disaster. An awareness was created amongst students about various management techniques, for instance, various Earthquake and Flood management technique was explained by different ways .
After the play Ms Bharti Mathur mam explained and made the audience aware of the various facilities and equipment available in the school to combat disaster and to minimise its effects.
Later on there was felicitation ceremony in which winners of various competitions like French Olympaid entry level 2018 for profiency level , GD Goenka western dance held on 24 April 2019, K.R. Mangalam vaishali held on 7 May 2019 “Medley of Kishore” were awarded with trophies and medals for their outstanding performance.
The Assembly culminated with an applaud for the winners who brought laurels to the school. Also the Principal, Dr Sangeeta Arora, motivated the students with her pearls of wisdom.
A GLIMPSE OF THE STUDENTS ON STAGE
HOSTED BY STUDENTS OF CLASS
VIII A & VIII B
The students of class VIII A & VIII B of K.R. Mangalam World School, Gk-2 conducted their online assembly on 9th July 2021 on the topic “Lend Hands To Save Trees- Save Trees and World Population Day. The event was conducted under the guidance of our Middle School Coordinator Ms. Bharti Mathur, Class 8th representative Ms. Subarna Zaman and Class teachers Ms. Khusbhu Choudhary and Ms Sangeeta Sarkar. Students from classes 6-8 attended the assembly along with their class teachers. The assembly was appreciated by all.
The class assembly was hosted by Saanvi and Shagun. The assembly began on an auspicious note with the morning prayer followed by updating the students with Current Affairs by Shatakshi and Vidita, K.R.M news by Andleeb, Word of the week both in English and Hindi by Amaira and Khushi , Weather report by Kanak and Thought of the day by Anshuman. Manya Arora talked about the Importance of World Population Day in her article while the PPT presented by Kashvi and Abia apprised all present about the importance of Forests ,what could lead to the degradation of trees all over the world, and the steps we can take to improve our environment by taking care of our Forests and nature. They also showcased the beautiful work of students in the form of posters made by the students. Yasir presented a melodious song,
Both Bharti Ma’am and Sandeep Sir encouraged the students to take part in the NCC and its benefits in the life of students.
The assembly concluded on a positive note by Bharti Ma’am, who encouraged them to do their part in saving the planet by planting more and more trees.
REPORT OF CLASS ASSEMBLY-10E & 10F
“Everything comes to us that belongs to us if we create the capacity to receive it.”
The highest education is that which does not merely give us information but makes our life in harmony with all existence. Celebrating the 159thbirth anniversary of Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore, the students of class 10E and 10F conducted their class assembly on 8May 2019. The assembly commenced with the latest news updates, the word of the week and the thought of the day. Shri Rabindranath Tagore dreamt of a heaven of freedom on Earth, thought of failures to be stepping stones towards success and encouraged the people to experiment, innovate and persuaded everyone to always speak the truth. The students of Class 10E and 10F beautifully presented a short skit show-casing glimpses of his life. A feeling of patriotic fervour engulfed the atmosphere as Nitya and Manya of Class 10F recited Tagore’s poem ‘Where the mind is without fear and the head is held high’. This was followed by the students connecting directly with the audience where they shared a few important facts about his life.‘If there is no response from anyone and no one comes forward to your call, then you proceed alone, move alone, march forward alone’. At the time of a historic juncture of India’s freedom movement Shri Rabindranath Tagore had penned ‘Ekla Cholo Re’. Keeping up with the theme the students of Class 10E and 10F melodiously presented the song of the ‘Bard of Bengal’.The assembly culminated with the rendition of the national anthem.