• Vikram Sarabhai Quiz Championship 2019

    Students of K. R. Mangalam World School, Vaishali named

    Kyna Chaudhary = VI C Aditya Phanswal = VI C Atharva Tiwari = VII A Devesh Bisht = VII A Tanmay Rajput = VIII B Vineet Lal = VIII B Tanmay Aggarwal = IX B Atharva Sinha IX B (participated in Vikram Sarabhai Quiz Competition at The Indian Heights School, Dwarka, organized by SPACE India on 26th August 2019.) Championship (1) rbt Championship (3) Championship (4)
  • Painting competition

    “Creativity is a wild mind & a disciplined eye”

    An inter house competition was held on 22/08/2019 for the students of class X where they had to point their thoughts and feeling on the display board. The creativity in the thoughts and with colors was visible in their creation. ‘Topaz house’ students won the first prize where they painted the tree of positivity followed by ‘Sapphire house’ who pained on the theme of upcoming festival ‘janmashtami,. ‘Emerald’with ‘Music’ as theme and ‘Ruby’ with ‘cartoons’ as the focus the unity seen in the team to collaboratively win the competition was commendable.

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  • Peer Moderators Orientation Program

    “Teaching peers is one of the best ways to develop mastery”

    Someone has rightly said that “peer-to-peer teaching is fast, free and fun”. The role of peers as facilitators has always been a significant one but in today’s challenging scenario, it has become all the more crucial. Eight students from K.R.Mangalam world school, Vaishali along with the Counselor, got the opportunity to attend the ‘Two Days Peer Educators Orientation Program’ on 14th& 15th May 2019. The session was organised by Billabong High International School, in collaboration with the organization, Expressions India. The theme of the program was ‘Establishing & managing positive and responsible relationships’. The workshop started with an address by Ms. Tenzing, a clinical Psychologist associated with Expressions India. Studentswere then divided into groups and were instructed to prepare presentations through different mediums such as Role play, Nukkadnatak, Mime, Newsletter, Advertisement, Choreography etc. Each group was provided with a peer facilitator and a teacher to guide them. The second day was dedicated to presentations from all the groups. The students from 12 different schools participated with great enthusiasm and showed wonderful performances. The efforts were highly appreciated by the host school’s Principal and the guest of honour, Ms. RimaSehgal, a renowned clinical Psychologist from Yashoda group of Hospitals. The two day event ended with a vote of thanks from their principal.

    THE PEER MODERATORS

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  • Dimensions19-20

    DIMENSIONS’19-20

    “One of the endlessly alluring aspects of competitions is that its thorniest paradoxes have a way of blooming into beautiful success.”

    K.R. Mangalam World School, Vaishali, organized a two day Inter School Mélange, Dimensions- 2019 under the flagship of its honorable Principal,  Mrs. Yashika Bhardwaj, in the school premises. The event witnessed a total of 21 participant schools from Delhi and Ghaziabad region making it a conglomerate of knowledge and skills. The event was a chest full of activities on various subjects like languages, Mathematics, Science and what not! All the participants awed the judges by their scintillating performances and made their heads turn through portrayal of different characters.The Best School Award was bagged by Sun Valley International School,Vaishali.

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  • Trip to Lotus Temple

    REPORT ON EXCURSION : LOTUS TEMPLE CLASS- VIII TO X

    DATE – 16TH APRIL 2019                                                                          DAY – TUESDAY

    “Whenever you should doubt your self-worth, remember the lotus flower. Even though it plunges to life from beneath the mud, it does not allow the dirt that surrounds it to affect its growth or beauty.”  ― Suzy Kassem, Rise Up and Salute the Sun: The Writings of Suzy Kassem

    The Lotus temple  is considered an icon of peace and acentuates the skyline of our historical capital. On 16th April, 2019, students of classes VIII to X visited the Lotus Temple as a part of the Excursion to places of worship.

    The children were excited to be going there, as they had not been before. They had been  told about it in class and the pictures shown to them made them curious. We were greeted very warmly  by the volunteers at the Temple, who we realised were not Indian!. The students were really drawn in the magical world of unity and were greatly inspired. The trip was an enriching experience for them.

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  • Story Dramatisation on Hygiene

    Story Dramatisation on Hygiene

    The knowledge and the practice of personal hygiene are vital in everyday activities. It is the basic concept of cleaning, grooming ans is the first step to good health. With a view to create awareness about personal hygiene, a small skit based on the merits and demerits and demerits of it was presented by the pre- primary Teachers.

  • Report on the World Scholars Cup

    Report on the World Scholars Cup

    Students of K.R. Mangalam World School, Vaishali participated in ‘The World’s Scholar’s Cup’ which is a worldwide competition that inspires and motivates students of all backgrounds to discover new strengths and practise new skills. The competition was hosted by Sun City School in Gurgaon on 28th and 29th April, 2018 and more than 100 schools participated in the competition.

    The event comprised of academic competitions such as debate, Collaborative Writing, quizzes etc. All of these events centeredaround a sex-subject syllabus with content from this year’s theme of “An Entangled World”. Content studied by students included topics such as memory, cryptocurrency, diplomacy, and much more.

    30 students from our school participated in it and qualified for the global round to be held in Melborne/Barcelona. Our students were excited and prepared to their full capacity for the competition. 27 out of 30 of our students won silver and gold medals. The happiness of the students knew no bounds. The competition was an inclusive, encouraging, interdisciplinary, discussion –based and team-oriented and out students had a great learning and experience.

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  • Visit to jantar Mantar Class IX

    VISIT TO JANTAR MANTAR CLASS IX

    visit to jantar mantorStudents of class IX went on an educational trip to JantarMantar on 12th January 2018, which is rightfully regarded as the crown of India’s heritage. JantarMantar or also known as Yantra Manta, “Calculation Instrument” consists of 13 architectural astronomy instruments namely Ram Yantra, SamratYantra, JayprakashYantra, Mishra Yantras etc.

    Students were made aware of both the historical aspects and the scientific importance of the monument as a tool for the accurate measurement of time and astronomical phenomena, by careful observation of the day and night sky as well as constellations and positions of various celestial bodies in the past. This ancient astronomical delight filled the curious minds of these budding learners about the significance of astrology and the usage of the various tools.

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  • Annual Day (Classes- IV-V )

    Annual Day (Classes- IV-V )

    “Christmas is not a time nor a season, but a state of mind. To cherish peace and goodwill, to be plenteous in mercy, is to have the real spirit of Christmas.”- Calvin Coolidge

  • A visit to Akshardham Temple

    A visit to Akshardham Temple

    Akshardham is a temple “an abode of God”, a Hindu house of worship, a spiritual and cultural campus dedicated to devotion, learning and harmony. Timeless Hindu spiritual messages, vibrant devotional traditions and ancient architecture all are echoed in its art and architecture. The temple is a humble tribute to Bhagwan Swaminarayan (1781- 1830).

  • A visit to Church

    A visit to Church

    The school organized a trip to church for class 2 students on 15 Dec’17. The children were fascinated to see the statue of ‘Jesus Christ’. The students learnt many aspects of the Catholic Church. Children also sung hymns and prayed in front of ‘Jesus Christ’ and ‘Mother Mary’.

  • A visit to Gurudwara

    A visit to Gurudwara

    Children of K.R. Mangalam World school visited Gurudwara on 17th November, 2017 on the occasion of Guru Nanak Jayanti. Children covered their head with scarves & washed their feet and started with paying reverence to the holy book of the Sikh ‘THE GURUGRANTH SAHIB’. Children were involved in a small prayer in which all of them diligently participated.

  • Excursion – Bhimtal

    TRIP TO BHIMTAL

    TO MOVE, TO BREATHE,TO FLY, TO FLOAT, TO GAIN ALL WHILE YOU GIVE, TO ROAM THE ROADS OF LANDS REMOTE, TO TRAVEL IS TO LIVE”

    Excursion - Bhimtal_1Outdoor trips serve one vital function as far as education is concerned. It links the classroom experience with the outside world in so doing they not only improve learning, but also give both the learner and educator valued practical experience. This trip was important for kids as most of them were travelling away from their loved ones for the first time, everyone both parents and kids were anxious on how things will unfold.

    A group of 17 students of class 4th & 5th and 2 teachers embarked on a trip to Bhimtal,a small town in the hills of Kumaon, is a lovely hill station surrounded by mountains on three sides for three days

    The field trip owed its success to the tour group “explorars” who engaged the students throughout the trip. The peaceful Himalayan retreat nestled in lush green picturesque surrounding offered opportunities to participate learn and connect with nature. Students participated in activities like trekking, adventure activities, and environment sustainability

    It was a fun filled trip away from school and home where students had the opportunity to learn in a totally different environment. They learnt to look after themselves and their belongings away from the supervision of their parents. They learnt to collaborate, cooperate, inculcate a feeling of team and adjusted themselves in the company of their colleagues and friends. They learnt to live off a suitcase, being on the move.

    Departure took place from the New Delhi Railway Station on 3rd Oct morning at 5 am journey to Kathgodam (the last station to reach Nainital/ Bhimtal) on reaching Bhimtal students were  lodged at Aamod resort nested among the hills and the lush green environment. During their two days’ stay at Bhimtal the students had a rendezvous with beauteous surroundings of the town and went for sightseeing to different ‘taals’. On their return, bonfire, D.J night and dinner, arranged at the hotel was thoroughly enjoyed by the students. The second day was marked with adventure activities. The adventure, as a whole was enjoyed by the students and they learnt enough about physical fitness as well. After returning to the hotel, tired and exhausted, dinner and bonfire was organized this was feisty treat for the students. On 5th evening students started back for Delhi

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  • Excursion – Ranthambore

    TRIP TO RANTHAMBORE

     “If happiness is the goal- and it should be, then adventures should be a priority.”

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    To break the enchanting spell of technology and to get the learners closer to the serene and diverse nature, a 2 nights 3 days adventure campto Ranthambore, Home of the Wild, was organized by K.R. Mangalam World School, Vaishali in collaboration with Rocksport, in the autumn break.

    On the first day, students undertook an early morning safari to spot tigers and deer and as luck would have it, they spotted three wonderful tigers along with many deer. Coming from such an enthralling experiences, they were fuelled to undertake the next activity lined for them, which was Raft Building.

    After satisfying the hunger minster, the young and energetic adventure seekers geared themselves up for Raft Building. Students were divided into several groups and were instructed to build a raft, which was later used for a fun filled racing competition, judging their endurance and strength. What followed next was even more exciting! A visit to Ranthambore Fort.

    Excursion---Ranthambore_2Although in ruins, most of Ranthambore fort has managed to stay intact with time. Walking up the steps leading to the top, it was possible to spot several examples of the splendor of an age gone by. If one is observant enough, it was possible to notice the early Mughal influence that seems to have crept up on the traditional Indian architecture, giving rise to a hauntingly beautiful confluence. This is where two civilizations crashed into each other and a new one was born. By the time students reached to the top, they were awestruck by the monumental effort that would have gone into building it.

    On top of the fort was a Ganesh temple, famous for the fact that it is the only Ganesh idol to have three eyes, thus giving it the name,        Trinetra Ganesh. To give students company while they walked through the fort was an army of gray langurs, some of them positioned, aptly so, in front of a Hanuman idol.

    On the last day, students were indulged into another fun filled game, Hangman and enjoyed it thoroughly. At Camp Anubhav, students unleashed their X factor and had a power packed experience that pushed them to challenge themselves, enhance their confidence and acquire new skills. Each day at the camp was customized to bring out different aspects of a child’s personality and hone them. Children at camp explored nature, and learned to become self-reliant. They worked in groups and become more accountable and compassionate. Through the days they spent at camp, they transformed to become responsible citizens, on their way to achieve success.

  • Excursion – Nanital & Jim Corbett National Park

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    On 4th/oct/2017 evening at 9:00 p.m,  the students of IX -XII going for the trip gathered at the School Campus for their trip. They boarded the bus at  10:00 p.m and started their trip for Nainital and Jim Corbett.

    Day 1 (5/10/17)- The students reached the hotel in Bhimtal at around 8:00 a.m , they were made to settle down on their respective room. Post freshening up and breakfast, 

    * The students were first taken to the ARIES Observatory in Nainital, they were shown the giant telescope and given information on its working, they were also taken to the Planetorium where they were shown and later explained on how the celestial bodies are formed. 

    * Next on the Itinerary was the Eco Cave Garden where the students enjoyed exploring the caves. 

    * Post lunch, the group headed for the Nainital Market for marketing. 

    * In the evening , the students came back to the hotel, had their dinner and retired for the day

    Day 2 (6/10/17) – In the morning, the students had their breakfast and boarded the vehicle for Jim Corbett National park. 

    * On the way, they visited Jim Corbett Museum and Jim Corbett Falls. 

    * At 2:30 p.m, we reached the hotel and headed for lunch.

    * After a brief rest post lunch, the students were taken to for the adventure activity where they enjoyed activities like 

       8 Obstacle Course

      200 mtr. zip line

      36 ft. wall climbing &

      Bull ride

      Free fall

      Rappelling

    * After coming back from the adventure sports, they enjoyed the evening with snacks and a light music. A telescope was set up for the students in the resort and they viewed the moon and few constellation, the students were enlightened with information regarding the constellations and other celestial bodies

    * They had their dinner after the session and then called it a day.Trip to Nainital and Jim Corbett National Park_2Day 3 (7/10/17) – The students started their day with jungle safari. They returned back and had their breakfast, spent some quality time with each other till lunch, after lunch a bunch of activity was planned out for them which included Rocket Jumping, putting the loop into the pole, cricket etc. In the evening after snacks, they viewed the Saturn and few more celestial bodies. Later in the evening , they danced to the tune of Punjabi music. They had their dinner and finally retired for the day.

    Day 4 (8/10/17) – In the morning, the students got ready to leave the place with sweet memories. After breakfast the students boarded the bus for their return journey. They reached the school at around 4:30 p.m and dispersed with their parents with a happy face.Trip-to--Nainital-and-Jim-Corbett-National-Park_3Teachers on duty – Mr. Sanjeev Choudhary

                                         Mr. Rajender Bisht

                                        Mrs Nobonita Paul

                                        Ms  Swati Dhami

  • Visit to Parliament Museum

    Visit to Parliament Museum CLASSES IX-X

    Students of Classes IX-X visited to Parliament Museum in New Delhi on 2ndAugust, 2017 which is located in the Parliament Library Building in New Delhi.

    Visit-to-Parliament-MuseumStudents got to know about Democratic Heritage in India spanning 2500 years of Indian history of democracy. Students actively participated in the session with the persons explaining them. The replicas of different national monuments and symbols were the centre of attraction which also had an explanation through large screen interactive computer multimedia and sound- light – video animations. There was a small documentary film shown to the students about the sacrifices of the great leaders for our nation and about the formation of Indian constitution. Overall, this was an educational visit which enhances the students to become the next responsible and dedicated citizen of our country and to work with full enthusiasm for the development of the country.

  • Space Programme

    Space Programme

    The Universe in the School Programme (UITS) is a unique model that popularizes Astronomy and Space Sciences through a curriculum based academic educational program, accompanied by workshops, outreach events, competitions, trips and projects. It is organized throughout the academic year, and among all the classes (1-V) and all the students in the senior classes in form of Club(Friday activity). It is a self sustaining model, thereby requiring no additional funding from the School. It aims to utilize the Universe available around us to make the students learn Astronomy, Natural Sciences and Life Skills.

    The Programme introduces students to an enthralling world of Astronomy and Space Sciences through activities, experiments, games and quizzes. Students are not browbeaten into cramming facts and figures to prove their academic acumen. Instead, they are encouraged to ask questions and apply their reasoning to de-mystify scientific phenomenon. This approach not only makes them more confident in handling science problems, but also in handling real life issues. It also makes science pure fun!

    This Program bridges the gap between Innovation, Education and Evolution. Where the emphasis for the schools is on the concepts:

    UITS acts as a Resource and Guide Center based at the school, which implements various initiatives for the school. It allows schools to choose and customize all or what best suits it and offers its students the following:

    • Astronomy Club
    • Outreach Projects and Events
    • Competitions
    • Projects
    • Integration with regular school subjects and curriculum
    SPACE COLLAGE
  • Visit to C. D. Deshmukh Auditorium

    Commemoration Service for Nelson Mandela on his Birth Anniversary

    Visit to India International Centre

    Students of classes VIII & X made a visit to C. D. Deshmukh Auditorium and Gandhi King Plaza, Main Building, India International Centre (IIC), 40 Max Mueller Marg, Lodhi Estate, New Delhi on July 18th 2017. The visit was to celebrate 99th birthday of Nelson Mandela who was the first black South African President and had reigned from 1994 to 1999. This is in appreciation and celebration of the great leader in him that this day is commonly known as Mandela Day. The programme started with the songs by choirs of schools from Delhi NCR. Further, On view in the Foyer outside C.D. Deshmukh Auditorium there organised a march pass as part of taking Children to Gandhi series that brings children closer to the enduring legacy of Gandhi’s non-violent struggle for equity, justice, pluralism and sustainable development.

    “Madiba and His Struggle”, an exhibition of paintings was presented by children of Bluebells School International.  Mr  France Morule, High Commissioner of South Africa; Shri Virendra Gupta, former Indian High Commissioner to South Africa and  Shri Suhas Borker, Convener, Working Group on Alternative Strategies were the honourable chief guests of this special day.

    The chief guests also had an interactive session of question round with the students from Delhi NCR on the life of Nelson Mandela and among them five best speakers were awarded with the prizes. Gaurav Mishra student of K.R.Mangalam World School, Vaishali of class VIII was one of the winners. Really, Nelson Mandela is an icon that will be celebrated throughout the world today and in the days to come.

  • Excursion to Kiran Nadar Art Museum

    Excursion to Kiran Nadar Art Museum

    Students of Grade VIII – X made a visit to ‘KiranNadar Art Museum’ situated in Noida on April 19th & 20th April 2017. The visit was a great learning experience for students as they got to explore some exotic trends of art and cinema in India including the ‘art of juggling’ and ‘puppet shows’.

  • Trip to Gurudwara

    Trip to Gurudwara

    With the beginning of the session, it was only fitting that the students should take the blessings from almighty for their successful year ahead; and hence they visited GurudwaraSri Guru Singh Sabha, AnandVihar, Delhi.

  • Dimensions 2017

    Dimensions 2017

    A two-day Inter School Melange,Dimensions 2017 was organised in the school premises on Thursday-Friday, 27-28 April, 2017 with great pomp and show. 16 schools of Ghaziabad and Delhi participated in this event making it a conglomerate of knowledge and skills.