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STUDENTS MARK GIRL CHILD DAY WITH DEBATE COMPETITION

10-10-2020
An online Intra Class Debate Competition was organized for the students of Grade 6 to 8 by Presidium. The competition saw a tougher side of the young generation putting up their views supported by facts and figures aggressively. Grade 8 students spoke on why “Empowering the girl child is the best way to empower the nation,” and enthralled everyone with their views. It was a sheer delight to see young parliamentarians fighting tooth and nail to showcase their convincing abilities. Grade 6 students spoke on “Pros and cons of using Social Media,” while the Grade 7 topic was “Media is more powerful than Government.” The students effortlessly delivered on either side of the motion and weren’t deterred even when the teachers and their fellow students interjected them. Such platforms lay the foundation for making them ready to face real-time situations and shape their holistic personalities. 

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PRESIDIANS SALUTE OUR AIR WARRIORS WITH SPECIAL PERFORMANCES

08-10-2020
The Indian Air Force is celebrated on October 8 annually with great enthusiasm and fervour at various Air Stations all over the country. Our Presidians of Grade III - B also marked this day with a special assembly. The assembly started with the motto of AIF 'Touch The Sky With The Glory' followed by prayer, news and thought of the day. Students presented poems, plays, dance performances, and gave incredible speeches about IAF passionately. With the aim of providing an opportunity for our students of grade Prep to develop effective communication skills and to build their confidence, a 'show and tell' competition was also organized. In the competition the pre primary kids took center stage and spoke on the topic Indian Air Force. The speeches apprised us about the history of the Indian Air Force and some heroic facts. 

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PRESIDIANS SPREAD AWARENESS ABOUT ENDANGERED ANIMALS

03-10-2020
World Animal Day is celebrated on the 4th of October. This day is observed to improve the animals' living and welfare conditions across the globe by raising their status and creating awareness about them. At Presidium, Grade 3 students celebrated World Animal Day; they shared their favorite animals and created awareness about extinct and endangered animals. They emphasized that as human beings- the most evolved species of animals, it is our duty and responsibility to take care that these innocent animals are not harmed because the planet Earth is as much theirs as it is ours. क

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PRESIDIANS MARK GANDHI JAYANTI & INTERNATIONAL DAY OF NONVIOLENCE

01-10-2020
Presidians celebrated Gandhi Ji's birthday with great zeal, enthusiasm, and patriotism. The virtual assembly began with a special tribute to our 'Father of the Nation.' Students articulated Gandhi's ideology and contributions towards Indian independence skillfully through various mediums like- songs, thoughts, talks, and dance performances. The students presented why Gandhi Ji chose to follow ahimsa and non-violence to fight against the British Empire. In the end, a Patriotic song was played, which kindled the spirit of nationalism and patriotism among students. An Intra-Class Quiz was also organized for the students of Grade IV - V to observe International Day of Non- Violence. The quiz kept the students and the teacher engaged with an hour of brainstorming questions that led to a nail-biting finish.

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PRESIDIANS LEARN ABOUT ELECTRIC CONDUCTION THROUGH LIQUIDS

26-09-2020
Students of grade 8, across sections, performed an activity to check if liquids could also conduct electric current and classified the various liquids tested as electrolytes (strong and weak) and non-electrolytes. During the activity, they tested different liquids found at home like tap water, salt solution, vinegar, milk, honey, etc. by dipping two free ends of naked wires, which were a part of an electric circuit. As a tester, they took LED and a magnetic compass (used to test weak current). They wrote down their observations in a tabular form in their notebooks. Students concluded from this activity that some liquids conduct electricity while some do not. The LED glowed for the conducting liquids, and also these liquids showed a magnetic needle deflection. The students learned the concept of electrolytes and non-electrolytes and learned skills of observation and conclusion. 

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INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE: PLEDGING OF PEACE!

22-09-2020

"Peace is a daily, a weekly, a monthly process, gradually changing opinions, slowly eroding old barriers, quietly building new structures." 

The International Day of Peace, sometimes unofficially known as World Peace Day, is a United Nations-sanctioned holiday observed annually on 21 September. It is dedicated to world peace, and specifically, the absence of war and violence, such as might be occasioned by a temporary ceasefire in a combat zone for humanitarian aid access. The 2020 theme for the International Day of Peace is "Shaping Peace Together." Keeping this thought in their minds , grade 3 Presidians has marked this day of celebration through various discussions on 'Peace.' Wherein, they discussed India and China's present scenario and shared their views. They discussed, "What steps could be taken to ensure peace or tranquility between the two countries and their people." They have also stimulated their knowledge and thought on Peace by making cards and posters. This activity helped them to feel connected to the world as a whole and also enhanced their creativity skills. 

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WORLD OZONE DAY: PRESIDIANS STUDY THE IMPACT OF GLOBAL WARMING

16-09-2020
Grade 1 A of Presidium conducted an assembly on the impact of Global Warming on the Ozone Layer. Students were dressed beautifully and carried wonderful props. Assembly started with the prayers followed by news and thought of the day. Presidians gave speeches and sensitized us to take care of our Mother Earth. They mesmerized everyone with their dance performances, which was replete with messages to Save Our Planet. Parents enthusiastically contributed to it by preparing the props and the set-up for the assembly. Assembly concluded with the showering of blessings by academics head and vice-principal. Everybody enjoyed the assembly to the core of their heart.

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छात्रों ने कहानी पठन प्रतियोगिता में उत्साह पूर्वक भाग लिया ।

14-09-2020

हिंदी - हिंदू - हिन्दुस्तान,
कहते हैं सब, सीना तान,
हिंदी से है अपनी शान,
करें राष्ट्र भाषा का सम्मान,
हिंदी से है हिन्दुस्तान ।

हिंदी दिवस के अवसर पर पहली, दूसरी तथा तीसरी कक्षा के विद्यार्थियों के लिए कहानी पठन प्रतियोगिता का आयोजन किया गया । छात्रों ने उचित हाव- भाव, उच्चारण और आत्मविश्वास  के साथ कहानी पठन किया । छात्रों के इस उत्साह की  सभी ने बहुत प्रशंसा भी की। सभी कक्षा के छात्रों ने विभिन्न प्रकार की कविताएँ भी सुनाईं  जिसे उन्होनें बड़े लय के साथ गाया । कविता सुनाने के लिए सभी छात्रों ने अतिरिक्त सामग्री का भी प्रयोग किया जो बहुत ही आकर्षक दिख रही थीं । दूसरी और तीसरी कक्षा के छात्रों ने हिंदी विषय से संबंधित अपनी रुचि दिखाते हुए कुछ मुख्य जानकारियाँ भी साझा की । जैसे - हिंदी दिवस कब और क्यों मनाया जाता है? हिंदी को राजभाषा का दर्जा कब प्राप्त हुआ? आदि । छात्रों का हिंदी के प्रति लगाव देखकर अध्यपिकाओं ने उन्हें खूब सराहा । इस प्रतियोगिता का आयोजन बहुत मनोरंजक और उत्साह पूर्वक ढंग से किया गया । 

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ANOTHER ACHIEVEMENT FOR PRESIDIUM!

12-09-2020


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MAKING BRIDGES FROM MISERY TO HOPE ON WORLD LITERACY DAY

08-09-2020

"Learning is not attained by chance. It must be sought for with ardor and attended to with diligence."  Abigail Adams
Improved literacy can contribute to economic growth, reduce poverty, reduce crime, promote democracy, and enhance cultural diversity. Literacy is the cornerstone of development. We celebrate international literacy day on September 8th each year to encourage awareness towards literacy so that individual people, communities, and societies can know their social and human rights. The theme of International Literacy Day 2020 "Literacy teaching and learning in the covid -19 crisis and beyond," focusses especially on educators' role and changing COVID pedagogies. Hindi is incredibly essential in the historical development of the world's culture and well worth not just honouring, but studying. Students of grade 3 marked Literacy Day as they participated in the Hindi Reading Competition enthusiastically.

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NEWS AND UPDATES

30-11-2020
PRESIDIANS SPREAD MESSAGES OF ONENESS ON GURU NANAK JAYANTI

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28-11-2020
PRESIDIANS SHOWCASE THEIR ORATORY SKILLS WITH STORYTELLING

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26-11-2020
PRESIDIANS LEARN ABOUT CONSTITUTION AND ITS IMPORTANCE

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UPCOMING EVENTS

December 2020
Indian Navy Day

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Indian Flag Day

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International Human Rights Day

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