STUDENTS REVEL IN GRAND CELEBRATIONS ON JANMASHTAMI
Janmashtami, Hindu festival celebrating the birth (janma) of the god Krishna on the eighth
(ashtami) day of the dark fortnight of the month of Bhadrapada (August–September). The
number eight has another significance in the Krishna legend in that he is the eighth child of his
mother, Devaki. Our school celebrated Janmasthami with a special assembly, where a skit, with diverse ‘Leelas’ of Sri Krishna, were enacted by the students illustrating the fact that whenever there will be dominance of malevolence ‘He’ will reincarnate to destroy the evil and save the good. It was nonetheless brought to life by the scintillating dance performances.This was followed by a couple of group songs on the childhood of Sri Krishna. A fancy dress competition for Nursery was also held where the girls were decked up as Radha and the boys as Sri Krishna. With their laudable performance, they lit up the stage and mesmerized the audience
PRESIDIANS ADD WINGS TO THEIR DREAMS BY DEVELOPING A DRONE
Students of grade 9 and 10 are going to participate in a robotics competition in September. This
competition is organized by Technoxian. For the same, they have created a quad copter drone
with live camera recording. Young Aryan Rai Udish Arora, Tussahr Yadav and Om Pandya were behind making of Quadcopter at school but the person who took the lead and inspired them to do so is Ms.shweta kawshik, a science educator. Quadcopter unmanned aerial vehicles are used for surveillance and reconnaissance by military and law enforcement agencies, as well as search and rescue missions in urban environments.The students unleashed their creation in front of our honourable Chairperson, Mrs.Sudha Gupta who was stunned by their intelligence and efforts. Ma’am appreciated their hardwork and blessed them to return victorious from their competition.
MEMORABLE MEETING WITH VICE PRESIDENT SHRI VENKAIAH NAIDU ON RAKSHABANDHAN
STUDENTS CELEBRATE INDEPENDENCE DAY WITH AN ARRAY OF COMPETITIONS
Presidium Gurgaon celebrated the 73rd Independence Day with immense pride and gusto. Independence Day. All the teachers and the students pledged their loyalty towards the nation.
The main motto of Independence Day celebrations was to boost and spread freedom thoughts & national integrity among the students. Competitions were held to feel the requisites of Independence Day Celebrations in school. The Theme was sensualized to be ‘73rd Independence Day’ and all the competitions such as class room decoration, face painting, essay writing and elocution truly showcased the spirit of patriotism among our young leaders. Presidium has created an avenue for the students to proclaim the necessity of celebrating Independence Day in the Campus and it is crystal clear that with full dedication and involvement of the students, the day was successfully accomplished to the fullest satisfaction. Jai Hind!
MRS.SUDHA GUPTA CELEBRATES INDEPENDENCE DAY WITH PRESIDIANS
The Independence Day of India was celebrated by the students of Presidium School, Gurgaon displaying the resolute spirit of our nation that gained freedom on 15th August 1947. The program commenced with the welcome of esteemed Chairperson, Mrs Sudha Gupta and distinguished guest, Mr. Jagmohan Garg. It was followed with the auspicious lighting of the lamp ceremony by Sudha ma’am. The program started by flag hoisting ceremony by our guests. The celebration began on the nostalgic note narrated by teacher anchor paying tribute to the great heroes. The slave revolution for freedom was brought alive by the students incredibly well. The dazzling parade comprising of musical extravaganza elevated the audience to the different level. The dance performance by the students made the celebration special for everyone. The event ended with the national anthem of our nation.
WORLD YOUTH DAY: PRESIDIANS PROMOTE YOUTH EMPOWERMENT!
It’s International Youth Day and young people around the world are encouraged to let their voices be heard on issues affecting their communities. Youth are encouraged to both create and participate in activities dedicated to providing solutions and improving circumstances for the world’s youngest citizens. It’s not only a time for youth to be heard, but for the rest of the world to listen. The students of grade 10, conducted a special assembly on International Youth Day wherein they spoke on the importance of ‘Youth Day”. They made many inspirational posters and spoke in depth about the bad vices that the youth of today adopt causing them to go astray. They concluded the assembly by putting up an impressive and thought provoking skit depicting all that they had spoken about.
SPECTACULAR VICTORY AT OPEN DISTRICT BASKETBALL COMPETITION
"Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships." - Michael Jordan
Our Presidians are the perfect epitome of teamwork and this was proved at the Open District Basketball Competition held at Tau Devilal Stadium. A total of 48 teams participated from all over Gurugram and with immense pride we would like to share that our Under-14 boys and girls team bagged the 3rd position in the competition. Their heart is definitely in the court and they shine with their skills everywhere they go. Congratulations to all winners and their coach!
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY: SCIENCE MATTER BEYOND TEXTBOOKS!
“It’s a new day, new energy, new ideas and it’s time to bring in some sunshine to let each shine
through in their own special way.” The students of grade 7 presented an assembly on the topic ‘Science Matters Beyond The Text Books.’ The thought and the skit presented by students highlighted the practicality of Science in our daily life with reference to Eating Safe and Unadulterated Food. It also created awareness among the students to be alert with the food they eat. A student should be continually exposed to new knowledge and gain insight into the future, the trends, opportunities and new thinking which is opening up new vistas for the Generation Y. The students presented a thoughtful scenario from Newsroom conversation leading to the Live reporting and then to the Laboratory testing which reverberated with the topic of the assembly.
PRESIDIANS DESIGN ROBOTS IN AN EFFECTIVE GROUP SESSION
Robotics is a concept that excites young minds and helps them to showcase their talent. Through robotics in the classroom, students learn how to express themselves and listen and relate to others— honing valuable life skills. STEM lessons are extremely important for students as they prepare to enter the 21st-century workforce. We conducted an effective robotic session for our Presidians. Each class was divided into groups of 4 or 5 students. Each group was given a Robotics kit and were explained about the different tools available in the kit and the different ways students can use them. Few students who already have experience of designing the robots were able to finish a couple of models and they enjoyed playing with their robots. They learnt to make 3 & 4 wheel base models and windmills and were also able to add the mechanisms for Soccer bot or windmill on the same base.
TESTING PRESIDIANS’ SPONTANEITY AT EXTEMPORE COMPETITION
Extempore puts to test one’s ability to think on the spot and also their spontaneity. It assists the students not only in thinking on their own but also in voicing their creative ideas with precision. To imbibe a true spirit of learning in Presidians and to enhance their communication skills, an Inter House Extempore Competition was held. The students from grades 9 and 10 were asked to pick up chits for the topics. The topics in the competition were associated with varied subjects such as current issues, spoken English, Science, Social Studies and Computers. There were two rounds in total. They were judged on the basis of content, relevance to the topic, confidence, clarity of speech, time management, use of language and grammar, presence of mind and body language.