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Dated : September 17, 2018

As part of SEWA programme, students of grade IX visited RAINBOW charities on 08th September 2018. A visit to an Orphanage is a life-changing experience as it is filled with emotions and sentiments. This orphanage has 100 girl children ranging between 5 to 18 years.

The students interacted with the children and found that everyone were so active and happy there. Our students brought food, chocolates, pens, books,toys etc. They entertained the kids by singing, playing Antakshari and outdoor games like Kho-Kho and Bombing the city.

After visiting the orphanage, all started appreciating the little things in life when you see people who don’t have them.


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Gardening provides different forms of engagement for children, including designing, planting, and maintaining gardens, working cooperatively in groups; learning about science and nutrition. The school kitchen garden is an innovative curricular program. The program teaches students many life skills, along with teaching them about nutrition and environment.

On 7th September 2018, as part of SEWA programme, the students of Grade IX   set up a kitchen garden in our school by sowing seeds in pots with the help of our school gardener. The seeds were of methi, mint, coriander, fennel, spinach and green gram. The students participated with great enthusiasm and interest.


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Dated : September 11, 2018

Today Grades IX and X had the opportunity to experience scientific concepts through real experiments and demonstrations by Mr. Sandeep of KRISHNA’s INSTITUTE.

This institute caters to the needs of CBSE students as the CBSE curriculum provides good clarity of concepts. In Krishna’s Institute students are trained to improve the analytical skills and applications abilities of only those who have natural inclination towards science.

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Dated : September 3, 2018

As part of SEWA programme, students of grade XI and XII visited MANAV Charities on the 1st of September, 2018. This charity home has 30 kids of age group ranging between 7 years and 14 years.

The students spent time with kids talking to them about their routine, studies and their hobbies. They interviewed the head of the charity home about the funds, expenses to run the home and other activities.

Our students entertained the kids by dancing and singing with them. All students contributed for stationery and eatables. All the students had an enriching experience. The trip instilled the drive to give back to the society.

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Origami Competition – Grade I & II

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Origami is the Japanese word for paper folding. ORI means to fold and KAMI means paper. Together, they form the word, “origami.” It is an art form that has been handed down from parent to child through many generations.

The Origami Competition for grade I and II were held on 31.08.2018. It was a very exciting time for our young competitors. Our artists created master pieces ranging from birds, animals, fish, frog, vehicles, flowers, butterflies, frocks etc. The expression of achievement on their faces when the plain papers shaped into the ideas they had was priceless.

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The Workshop was conducted by Academy For Creative Teaching (ACT) for Primary Teachers on 01.09.2018. Mr. Vivekananda J, Dean – Training Academy For Creative Teaching, conducted the workshop.

The Objective of the session was “How do children learn?” and “What are the ways to understand learner’s need?”.

He emphasized on Emotional learning. Education is an emotional journey and if emotional connect between the teacher and the taught is strong, learning becomes easy because emotions are interconnected with values.

It was indeed an insightful session.

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Science Adda – Second Pavilion

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Science adda – second pavilion was successfully completed. The topics covered were:

For Grade V and VI – Mechanics and Motion. 

  1. Bone joints
  2. Types of motion
  3. Momentum
  4. Newton’s cradel
  5. Harmonograph
  6. Friction

For Grade VII to X – Magnetism workshop 

  1. Reed switch
  2. Hall effect sensor
  3. Speakers

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Mahatma Gandhi’s dream of India was not only of a politically independent country but also of a clean and developed country. Its our duty to clean up and serve Mother India.

So children of our school felt the responsibility, and decided to start this first, by doing it themselves, for their family, for their school, their locality and for their city. They know that this one step towards cleanliness would help to make their country clean.

As a part of this programme, students of grade X comprising of 63 children volunteered to clean the whole campus including the class rooms on 01/09/2018. The students participated with much enthusiasm and zeal and pledged that they would follow the Swachh Bharath Abhiyan introduced by our great Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi.

Some of the best Slogans written by the students:

  1. Keep your city clean and green, for the future generation to be seen!
  2. Clean India is a choice, make it one voice! Be keen to be clean!
  3. Plastic plastic go away, I want my earth to play!
  4. Plastic products harm our life, leave it; or else it would work as a knife!
  5. East and West, cleanliness is the best!
  6. If you dream, India will be clean!
  7. If you litter, the city won’t glitter!
  8. Clean India, Green India is my dream India

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Dated : September 1, 2018

It was an exciting day for the students of NEC as they participated in a mock parliament on 13th July 2018. It was an exercise to create awareness among them about the functioning of the top legislative body in the country.

Students acted as elected members of the parliament and discussed various important issues related to GST, demonstration, make in India, discussion on women’s reservation bill etc.

The mock parliament session was organized by the department of social science under the able guidance of Ms. Sampath Kumari. The members of the team gave their best in making it an informative and interactive session.

Students gave an outstanding performance. It gave the felling that we were in Delhi witnessing a live parliament session. Kudos! to our brilliant students who had an indepth understanding of the current affairs of the country and how our leaders went about solving them. Students had a mature understanding of the functioning of the parliament.

Our Principal, Staff and Students enjoyed every moment of the show.

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A Proud Moment for NAVKIS !!!

Dated : August 30, 2018


Congratulations!! Devika Santhosh.

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