“Only the light of knowledge about AIDS can rid us from the darkness of fear, misconception and pain.”
An initiative of Science Department in which students were made aware about how HIV spreads, its cause , symptoms along with preventive measures of this dreadful disease in their classes.
Class 10 students made posters about how to follow a healthy way of life by preventing themselves from such dreadful disease . Students were told to shed inhibition and come forward to spread the message in their surroundings.
World AIDS DAY on 1 December brings together people from around the world to raise awareness about HIV and demonstrate international solidarity in the face of the epidemic. These programmes help students cope with moral and physical challenges faced during adolescence.
Respect, Love, Solidarity, Support
VIRTUAL ENGLISH WEEK CELEBRATIONS, 2k20!
“Language is to the mind more than the light is to the eye.”
The English Department of Mahavir Senior Model School celebrated English Week for the year 2020, beginning from November 23 to November 29. While the department has been organizing the extravaganza for quite some years now, this year marked a completely different experience for both the teachers as well as the students. Despite the ongoing pandemic, the teachers diligently prepared the students online and the students as well, put in all possible efforts. All this resulted in an amazing week- long celebration of various facets of English language through several intra- class competitions prepared and organized digitally on Zoom clouds platform. These included speeches, interviews, story narration, poetry recitals and what not!
Events at a glance
Young Mahavirians impersonated their favourite icons which included the Political Leaders, Actor, Sports Personalities and Freedom fighters. Participants expressed their creativity, imagination and brought their emotions to life. The aim of this competition was to hone public speaking, enhance vocabulary and language skills.
"Poetry is the rhythmical creation of beauty in words.” - Edgar Allan Poe
Our little learners not only presented themselves completely decked up in accordance to the festival they chose but also decorated their surroundings giving the audience the feel of different festivals. The little ones recited the poetry pertaining to the festivals very fluently and confidently.
It is through festivals that we celebrate our glorious heritage, culture and traditions and play a significant role to add structure to our social lives. Often, we tend to forget that our mode of celebrations can cause undue harm to mother Earth. To make others more aware of how can we can 'Go Green' with our festivities, young scholars showcased different ways in which we can make our celebrations "Environment Friendly".
“After nourishment, shelter and companionship, stories are the thing we need most in the world.”
The young, enthusiastic storytellers armed with their props came forth with wonderful tales. While some stories gave the audience food for thought others reinforced moral values. The stories were adjudged on the basis of expression, confidence and presentation skills of the children and incited the curiosity and love for reading in children. Principal ma’am also narrated a story towards the end which left the audience mesmerised.
Students prepared a ‘1-minute presentation’ on COVID 19 precautionary measures. The students voiced their thoughts about this extremely relevant topic while serving the linguistic purpose of using English language for giving speech, making posters/slogans and using the digital technology to promote meaningfulness of their presentations through PPTs, videos etc.
"The great joy of listening to famous people is the joy of discovering their story, their words and their ideas."
The children prepared the famous speeches by eminent personalities like Martin Luther King, Nelson Mandela, Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, Malala etc. This competition gave learners the chance to practice the skill of public speaking with correct voice modulation, expressions and intonation.
The young learners weaved their stories on various themes and presented them. They opened their heart to their audience, spoke from their personal experiences and connected them on a much deeper level. The young and enthusiastic storytellers armed with the props came forth with the wonderful stories which made the entire message more memorable and well received.
“True conversation is about going on a journey with the person you are speaking with.”
The young Mahavirains participated in pairs- one playing the role of interviewer and the other acting as interviewee, depicting the role of prominent personalities such as sportspersons, political leaders, celebrities, social reformers, authors or poets. The participants left no stone unturned in presenting the interview with great articulation and expressions. They dressed up in vibrant attires to exhibit the role of the chosen personality. The conversations centered around the life style, career struggles, moral lessons, success mantras and tips given by the eminent personalities such as Albert Einstein, Mother Teresa, M.S. Dhoni, Mr. Narendra Modi, Saina Nehwal, Ruskin Bond, etc.
“Poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words.”
To foster the love for narrative poetry amongst students, they were asked to prepare narrative poems in groups. The project was further interwoven with art integration in which students were guided to frame dialogues and illustrate the scenes in the form of beautiful comic strips. In addition, students presented the comic strips in the form of poem enactment.
The learners made all the characters of each rhyme come alive through their live performances. They performed in groups and conveyed the story through voice modulations, expressions, costume and props.
All the respective events provided the students the opportunity to-
Winners displayed excellent diction, use of emotion and fantastic gestures, which all help to hammer home the meaning in their words. The audience was enraptured by all the presentations and the judges had a hard time selecting the winners from all the stupendous performances. Winners were over the moon to have the announcement of result from the honourable Principal.
Each event of the English Week Celebrations was graced by the benign presence of the enigmatic Principal, Mrs. Ruchika Sukhija and English HOD, Mrs. Kanchan Naswa. Both of them applauded the strenuous efforts, creativity and confidence of the students and gave the students some valuable pieces of advice to hone their oratory skills. Headmistress, Mrs. Aparna Trehan also encouraged the students. The entire team of English Department graced each event with their reassuring presence. The entire celebration drove the inspiration from the reverent and versatile Director, Shri S.L. Jain’s insistence on encouraging children to learn anecdotes and words of historical figures. The entire department is indebted to his far-sightedness, guidance and unfaltering support for the students and teachers in every way.
Anyone can father a child, but being a dad takes a lifetime.
Fathers are the ones who moulds us into what we are at every step of our life. He is an anchor which steers and holds our journey of life together as a child turns into a Man or a Woman.
Father's Day celebrations and activities are a way to let our students tell their Dad that they love him and thanking him for being there!
On the occasion of Father's day on 20th June, Students were given exciting tasks with a view to build family bonding and giving them opportunity to show their love for their fathers. Students participated with enthusiasm and completed the given tasks.
Attached snippets of the completed tasks shows the fun our children had while completing these tasks and sharing the same with us.
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A webinar was organized on food preferences during covid time by adolescents.
The resource person Mrs. Nupur a MSMS alumna shared a very informative power point presentation and emphasized upon importance of balanced diet , what to eat , what to avoid , significance of water intake , importance of sunshine and exercise and including herbs and condiments in diet prudently. She also suggested students the need of regular timings of food intake, appropriate time of eating fruits, whether to do exercise on an empty stomach or not. The students were also motivated to make a regular schedule and a proper diet chart. The webinar is educative and very illuminating for students.
World Blood Donor Day, an initiative by the World Health Organisation ( WHO) , is observed every year on June 14. This day is celebrated every year to spread awareness about the significance of blood donation and to recognise the contribution of voluntary blood donors in saving lives.
Students of MSMS celebrated this day by making bookmarks , posters , slogan writing and recitation. Students recited poems on the importance of blood donation and made powerpoint presentations to illuminate information to everyone. Students encourage everyone to be LIFE SAVERS.
http://msmsdelhi.in/msms/uploads/Report on World Blood Donor Day 2021.docx
प्रतिवर्ष विश्व भर में 12 जून को विश्व बाल श्रम निषेध दिवस के रूप में मनाया जाता है। यह 2002 में अंतर्राष्ट्रीय श्रम संगठन द्वारा शुरू किया गया था।
हमारी संस्कृति में एक कहावत है कि बच्चे भगवान का रूप होते हैं। लेकिन वहीं दुनिया में ऐसे लाखों बच्चे हैं जो काम कर रहे हैं या अपनी पढ़ाई करने की उम्र में मजदूरी कर रहे हैं, जोखिम भरे काम कर रहे हैं ताकि उन्हें और उनके परिवार को दो वक्त की रोटी मिल सके। विश्व बाल श्रम निषेध दिवस को मनाए जाने का उद्देश्य लोगों को 14 वर्ष से कम उम्र के बच्चों से श्रम ना करा कर उन्हें शिक्षा दिलाने के लिए जागरूक करना है।
विश्व स्तर पर बाल श्रम के उन्मूलन के लिए इस दिन को मनाया जाता है। लोगों को बाल मजदूरी की समस्या के बारे में जागरूक करने और उनकी मदद करने के लिए इस दिवस को मनाया जाता है।
हमारे विद्यालय में छठी कक्षा से दसवीं कक्षा तक के छात्रों ने बाल श्रम निषेध दिवस के विषय में जागरूकता फैलाने के लिए इस विषय पर नारा लेखन, भाषण, कविता, और अपने विचारों को पीपीटी और वीडियो द्वारा अभिव्यक्त किया। छात्रों ने छायाकंनो पोस्टर इत्यादि से इस दिन के प्रति अपना उत्साह दिखाया।
For Earth's Sake - Young Changemakers UK organized an online Speech competition on the topic Environmental protection . The aim of this competition is to create positive change towards more inclusive, fair and sustainable communities. More than 25 young Mahavirians participated and showcased their affinity towards nature.
Aarav Jain , Bhavjyot Singh of class 6B and Harsimrat Kaur of Class 8 A are selected as the top 10 students who gave an impactful speech and they recognised them for an outstanding speech on Earth Day. The selectors were extremely impressed with words and congratulated them for their crisp and passionate speech, expressive language and clear ideas. The organization also mentioned that all the speeches would be featured on Young Changemakers UK FB page.
Young Change makers of MSMS celebrated 50th year of “World Environment Day” on 5th June 2021 to show their solidarity towards the depleting environment. On this day the students were enabled to not only to reduce the hurt caused by humans, but also to appreciate our beautiful surroundings. Emphasising on this thought students participated in various activities. A few activities that students took part in were “Make your Bird Feeder”, “Reduce your Carbon Footprint”, “Poster Making”, “My Seed Journal” , “PowerPoint Presentations” on the theme of “Generation Restoration”. Young change makers were sensitised about our depleting environment to which many showed empathy and courage to bring about a small change.
“पृथ्वी को प्रदूषण मुक्त बनाएं दो पहिया वाहन साइकिल अपनाएं।"
साइकिल की विशेषता और बहुमुखी प्रतिभा को पहचानने के लिए 3 जून को अंतर्राष्ट्रीय विश्व साइकिल दिवस मनाया जाता | जिसका उद्देश्य यह था शहरवासी अपने आसपास की दूरी तय करने के लिए साइकिल का इस्तेमाल करें, तो पेट्रोल की खपत कम होगी. वहीं शहर का प्रदूषण स्तर भी कम होगा।साइकिल चलाना स्वास्थ्य के लिए सबसे अच्छा व्यायाम है|
छात्रों में यही सजगता लाने के लिए हमारे विद्यालय के (कक्षा2 से 10 तक) छात्रों ने अपने जीवन की पहली सवारी साइकिल के प्रति अपना रूचि व रूझान प्रदर्शित करते हुए इस विषय से संबंधित कविता,नारा-लेखन,पोस्टर , अपने विचार व स्वंय के द्वारा छायांकित तस्वीर को प्रस्तुत किया ।
छात्रों ने अपने विचार ज़ूम कक्षाओं में बहुत गर्व और उत्साह से प्रकट किये |
“Healthy smile raises your face value"
A webinar is organised for Class IX on Thursday, 27/5/21 on topic Adolescent Oral Health Care. The resource person was MSMS ALUMNA Dr. Varsha Jain ( MDS )
She discussed about the importance of healthy mouth and proper oral habits. Emphasizing on the adolescent age she told that children in adolescent age generally have poor nutritional habits and oral hygiene. She alsodemonstrated the correct way of brushing teeth and using floss and mouth wash to keep the oral cavity and teeth clean and healthy. She shared the symptoms which help to identify the gum diseases and the way we can prevent them. Relating to the present situation she told about prevention of fungal infection and post covid problems related to oral hygiene.
The Session really helped the students to know the tips for keeping their teeth and gums healthy during adolescent age and to prevent oral diseases. The session conducted was very interactive, knowledgeable, and highly informative.
National Technology Day is celebrated on 11th May every year to help students understand the importance of technology in bringing promise of Growth, Development and Advancement of a country. Technology day recognises technological innovations and their successful commercialization. It also inspires and empowers each citizen to be a part of innovation and growth of the country.
Array of activities were taken up at Secondary and Senior level where students presented various innovations of India , made powerpoint presentations on using technology to improve economy. They made videos showcasing how technological advancements bring a country from set back to comeback. Students also prepared informative posters on technology as boon or a bane. Students participated in these activities with a great zeal.These opportunities help our students to outshine and become innovators of tomorrow.
Addressing Health Inequalities across the Global Thalassemia community.
Thalassemia is a disorder characterized by abnormal formation of haemoglobin which results in improper transport of oxygen due to the destruction of RBCs.
Students of classes VI to VIII enthusiastically participated in the various activities to spread awareness about the Thalassemia disease through slogan writing , short videos and poster making.
Innovative work of Mahavirans inspired everyone to come together to learn about preventive measures and ways to avoid the spread of Thalassemia.
If you want to serve God, the best thing to do is to serve human beings.
World Red Cross Day is celebrated every year on 8th May to honour Henry Dunant, the founder of the International Committee of the Red Cross and the recipient of the first Nobel Peace Prize. Our aim was to teach students the value of life and health as well as the importance of respecting human dignity. The young Mahavirians participated zestfully in slogan writing, poster making activity on Importance of World Red Cross Day and made thankyou cards for Frontline corona warriors.
Through these activities we hope to encourage younger generation to cultivate their humanitarian spirit by understanding the Red Cross principles and ideas.
शिक्षक की गोद में उत्थान पलता है
जहां सारा शिक्षक के पीछे चलता है
शिक्षक का बोया पेड़ बनता है
हजारों बीज वही पेड़ जनता है
शिक्षक प्रोत्साहन दिवस की हार्दिक शुभकामनाएं
अध्यापक हमारे जीवन का अहम् हिस्सा है जो हमें शिक्षित करते हैं । अच्छे- बुरे का ज्ञान देते है |
हर इंसान को अपने जीवन में सफलता पाने के लिए किसी न किसी गुरु का सहारा लेना पड़ता है तभी वह अपने जीवन में सफलता हासिल कर पाता है |
(कोविड 19 ) ऐसे कठिन समय में शिक्षकों ने अपनी मेहनत और लगन से बच्चों की शिक्षा को जारी रखा। और बच्चों का बचपन मुरझाने से बचा लिया । अध्यापकों की मेहनत को स्वयं बच्चों ने और उनके अभिभावकों ने देखा एवं महसूस भी किया कि
अच्छे शिक्षक ही
एक उम्मीद जगा सकते हैं,
हमारी कल्पना को सुलगा सकते हैं
और कठिन परिस्थितियों में भी
हमारे मन में ज्ञान के प्रति प्रेम बिठा सकते हैं।
अध्यापकों के प्रति अपने इस प्रेम और आभार को बच्चों एवं अभिभावकों ने अपने - अपने तरीके से कुछ इस प्रकार व्यक्त किया जोकि अति सराहनीय रहा ।
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"Fight with yourself, why fight with external foes? He, who conquers himself through himself, will obtain happiness." - -Lord Mahavira
Mahavir Jayanti is the most important and auspicious festival of the Jains as it is marked to celebrate the birth of Lord Mahavir.
He was born in the 6th century in Bihar, to Queen Trishala and King Siddhartha.
Lord Mahavir was named Vardhaman, which means "one who grows," because of the increased prosperity in the kingdom at the time of his birth. While growing up, he showed interest in meditation. When he attained the age of 30, he took the spiritual path and left his throne to practice Jainism.
Devotees commemorate this religious festival in loving memory of the 24th Tirthankara of Jainism, who was the last spiritual leader.
We at MSMS have always strived and endeavored to follow the Principles of Lord Mahavira in our daily life and wish to imbibe the same in our students.
Every year MSMS celebrates MAHAVIR JAYANTI with great pomp and show. Though the celebrations were mellowed down due to COVID 19 pandemic yet it couldn't fade the enthusiasm in our hearts. Crisis give rise to new opportunities and open avenues. Since we couldn't have real performance and stage show MSMS gave a twist to the celebrations and decided to celebrate this auspicious day with the world outside by inviting the schools to participate in an online inter school competition 'JHANKAAR'
To celebrate the propitious occasion of Mahavir Jayanti MSMS organized an online inter school competition ' Jhankaar'.
Participating schools had to send their entries in two categories.
SUR SUDHA: SOLO SINGING COMPETITION
Participating school had to send one solo song video of the student on any traditional devotional song.
Mrs Venu Garg, HOD music department and her team judged the performances on the basis of :
PERFECTION IN SUR, TAAL, DICTION, EXPRESSION AND OVERALL PRESENTATION and bestowed following titles to the deserving participants.
THE MOST MELODIOUS VOICE :
Vidisha Tripathi (class 7)
School- Bal Bhavan public school, Mayur Vihar
PERFECT ARTIST :
1. Sriya Anvitha Ammu (class 7)
- Indraprastha International school, Dwarka.
2. Anushruti (class 6)
School- SL DAV Mausam Vihar, Delhi
BEST PRESENTATION :
Suhani Mishra (class 6)
- Sunbeam School, Annapurna
MOST POPULAR PERFORMANCE :
All the performances were posted on the Facebook Page of MSMS.
Ridhima Gupta (class 8) Sunbeam School, Varuna got maximum likes ( 274) from the viewers and was so her performance was chosen as the Most Popular Performance.
NRITYAANJALI : SPIRITUAL DANCE COMPETITION
Once again participating school had to send one solo dance video of the student performed on any spiritual or devotional song
Awarding the following titles to promising dancers in the making co - judges Mr Harish Verma and Mrs Poonam Verma judged the students on the basis of :
TAAL, COSTUME, EXPRESSION, SONG SELECTION, TIME LIMIT AND OVERALL PRESENTATION and honoured the winning entries with the following titles
BEST PERFORMANCE :
1. Adrika Sahay (Class 5), Army Public School , Shankar Vihar.
2. Aleena ( Class 4), Modern Convent School
BEST COSTUME :
1. Aaradhya Raghwat ( Class 4),
Mount Abu Public School Rohini Sector-5
2. Shanaya Dhall (Class4), Shree Ram World School
BEST DANCE STEPS ARRANGEMENT :
1. Himanshi Aggarwal ( Class 4),
SRDAV Public School Dayanand Vihar
MOST POPULAR PERFORMANCE:
Bagging 459 likes, performance of Kavya Aggarwal (Class 4),Sunbeam School , Varuna was judged as Most Popular Performance
"Do not injure, abuse, oppress, enslave, insult, torment, torture, or kill any creature or living being." - Lord Mahavir
Mother earth is a living organism too. LOVE,REPECT AND HONOUR HER.
Celebrating Earth Day serves as a conscious reminder of how fragile our planet is and how important it is to protect it. We celebrated Earth Day to continue promoting environmental awareness and to remind us that we can protect the earth in our everyday lives as well.
MSMS students celebrated Earth day in their own unique way. They did slogan writing , poster making ,poem recitation, and made bookmarks on theme clean and green is the perfect dream.
Students also presented presentations on LEND A HAND TO SAVE LAND. Students took part enthusiastically in all the above activities. More than 15 students from different classes sent short videos on World Earth Day on firstname.lastname@example.org and three of our students got selected in top 10 videos across the globe.