Gurukul Global School awarded with International School Award by British Council.
British Council awarded International School Award to Gurukul Global School. The school embarked on its ISA journey in July 2016 and the dossier was submitted in September 2018. In this yearlong voyage, the school undertook seven major projects, out of which three were in collaboration with foreign countries. The school partnered with two countries Afghanistan and Nepal. The entire strength of the staff and students actively participated in the activities. It is a matter of pride that the school has been successful at every stage right from its inception to its completion. This award is valid for the period 2018-21 and allows the school to use the coveted International School Award Kite mark along with their logo on all the official stationery and promotional material for a period of three years. The award will be formally presented to the school in a ceremony later this year.
Globalites went for two day excursion to Amritsar.
The students of Gurukul Global School of classes III to X went for two day trip to Amritsar. The students visited The Golden Temple and offered the prayers . They also visited Jallian Wala Bagh and Wagha Border and watched the Retreat Ceremony which was a complete delight. It was an educational cum fun trip as the students learnt about some important events and places in the history of India. They had a gala time at Sada Pind where the students involved themselves in different fun activities.
Dhanvi Aggarwal of Gurukul Global School clinched Gold Medal in Chwai Kwong Do Championship.
Dhanvi Aggarwal participated in 7th Chandigarh State Championship ( Chwai Kwong Do) held at Bal Bhawan Sec23 Chandigarh. She was able to clinch gold medal in the competition. The Principal, Ms Urvashi Kakkar ,congratulated the winner and asked her to strive for more.
GGSMUN18 comes to a glittering close
Time has flown on its wings ……….. Everything that begins has to end, so the culmination ceremony of GGSMUN was short but would be remembered till the next GGSMUN begins. After being a part and parcel of the rigorous regime of debates and discussions, all the delegates were exhausted but yearning for more. The Zenith of the day was the review by the Executive Board, where they shared that it was a platform for bilateral dialogue and it was one of the best MUN they attended wherein 75% of the participants wanted to be recognized and speak up. They made an impact and it was an eye opener for all the delegates who are eyeing the next MUN as Role Models. The closing ceremony of GGSMUN will also be etched in the memories for a long time to come. The Glitterati for the day included the Chief Guest Sh. Abhishek Goyal, Vice President, Infosys (Head Chandigarh centre), the Managing Director Sh. Parveen Setya and Ms. Urvashi Kakkar, Principal Gurukul Global School. The Chief Guest in his speech talked extensively about the happiness graphs, how the students’ approach mattered a lot. He quoted Leo Tolstoy who said “One time that is important is now.”He said past is past, future is future but what you do now is important and reflects in your future. He applauded the school management for creating and giving such a platform to the youth today. After a mesmerizing instrumental medley, it was time to announce the awards. Following were the Best Delegates from each of the six committees. UNGA – Delegate Ustatt Anand (Carmel Convent School, Chandigarh) UNDP- Delegate Oshil (Bhawan Vidayalaya, Chandigarh) ECOSOC – Delegate Sanya (Carmel Covent School,Chandigarh) AIPPM – Delegate Chaitanya (Bhawan Vidayalaya, Chandigarh) RAW- Delegate Ananya Malik (Strawberry High School, Chandigarh) CSW- Delegate Anushka (Carmel Convent School, Chandigarh) The Best School Delegation award was bagged by Carmel Convent School, Chandigarh and Secretary General Best Delegate was clinched by Sagar Jain ( Saupins).
COLOURFUL START TO GGSMUN18
The Gurukul Global School, Chandigarh was all decked up to witness the 2nd edition of GGSMUN. The stage was all set to welcome the delegates from the renowned schools in the vicinity. The Chief Guest for the day Sh. Manbir Singh Bhadana – Chairman Haryana Public Service Commission was welcomed by the Chairman Dr. V.D Singh and The Principal Mrs. Urvashi Kakkar. The six committees simulated under GGSMUN’18 include UNGA, ECOSOC, UNDP, CSW, AIPPM and RAW. The main aim behind the GGSMUN was never to win but to learn. The opening ceremony saw a jam-packed auditorium with delegates from more than 250 schools attending the three day event. After the lamp lighting ceremony the Principal Mrs. Urvashi Kakkar welcomed the guests and the members of Executive Board. The Chairman of the School Managing committee in his speech applauded the efforts of the school in moving ahead and holding such events which help creating global citizens. He emphasized the importance of listening and speaking at the right moment. In his speech the Chief guest on the occasion said he was really elated to be a part of such an event where he could see the strength of young minds involved in finding solutions to various national and International affairs.He stressed on building a strong character, working hard and with utmost sincerity as tools in making a strong nation. A scintillating dance performance by the host school had everyone mesmerized. In the end the Chief guest along with the Chairman and Principal handed over Gavel’s to the EBs of various committees. The Conference was declared opened by the Secretary General, Mr. Nirbhay Sharma.
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Globalites won Gold, Silver and Bronze medals in Table Tennis Tournament.
It was a proud moment when the students of Gurukul Global School participated in Table Tennis Tournament and clinched gold,silver and bronze medals. Arnav Aggarwal clinched two gold medals in U-15 and U-18 category. Aariv Goel clinched one silver medal in U-15 category, Manal Antal clinched one gold in U-12 and one silver in U-15 category and last but not the least Jashan Antal clinched two bronze medals. All the winners were appreciated by the school management.
Workshop on Stress Management at Gurukul Global School.
A workshop on stress management for the teachers of Gurukul Global School was conducted at the school premises. The resource person for the session was Col. Gursevak Singh, who is a renowned motivational speaker and psychological counselor. He discussed issues related to the change of mind, professional and domestic stress, internal happiness. It was an interactive session wherein the teachers queries were answered well.
Globalites participated in Fancy Dress Competition
The students of Gurukul Global School participated in a Fancy Dress Competition held at Fortis Hospital. The event was organised to celebrate Health and Nutrition Week. The theme for the competition was Always eat Nutritive Food. Six students participated in the event and Tridha of Class II was able to secure third position. The students were motivated by the Managing Director and the Principal of the school to eat healthy.
Two Teachers of Gurukul Global awarded with Kat Acharya Alankaar Award-2018
It was a proud moment for the Gurukul Global School when two Mathematics teachers, Mr Rajeev Chawla and Ms Seema Raheja were awarded with Kat Acharya Alankaar Award for Excellence in Teaching. The award was presented to them by the Education Minister of Haryana Sh Ram Bilas Sharma in a glittering ceremony held at M.M. Continental Hotel, Ambala. The School Managing Director Sh Parveen Setya and Principal Ms Urvashi Kakkar congratulated them on their achievement.
U-19 Table Tennis
Gurukul Global Schools U-19 Table Tennis Girls Team was able to clinch Bronze medal . The Table Tennis competition took place at St. Joseph School, Chandigarh, in which teams from Chandigarh,Himachal Pradesh, Haryana and Punjab participated. Aparna Tewari was able to clinch Bronze medal for her individual performance.
A Safe touch and Unsafe touch awareness workshop
A Safe touch and Unsafe touch awareness workshop was given to the primary wing by the school counselor, Ms. Leena Khaneja. The children were informed about the child helpline 1098, understanding my space circle was emphasized on. It was a very interactive workshop as the children felt extremely responsible by the end of the workshop.
Cleanliness drive at Gurukul Global School.
The Gurukul Global School organised a special assembly to celebrate Swachata Pakhawara in which the students took a pledge and were motivated to keep the surroundings neat and clean. They also learnt about personal hygiene and guided other students about the importance of cleanliness and personal hygiene. The students surveyed different areas of the school like water point, wash rooms and play area and motivated the other students to maintain cleanliness around these areas. The cleanliness drive was organised to inculcate the healthy habits among the students.
Gurukul Global Teachers awarded on the occasion of Teachers Day
It was a proud moment for Gurukul Global School, when on the occasion of Teachers Day, three teachers and Principal of the school were felicitated in different events. Ms Renu Sharma (Co-ordinator) of the school was awarded with the Best Teacher Award. The event was organised by Dainik Bhaskar. She was awarded by the school Principal Ms Urvashi Kakkar. In yet another event ,which was organised by Rotary Club, Panchkula, Ms Urvashi Kakkar was felicitated with Best Principal award. Ms Leena Khaneja (School Counselor) and Ms Raakhee Jaswal (Social Studies) teacher were felicitated with the Nation Builder Award. The certificates were given for their Valuable Contribution to nation building as a teacher.
Teachers Day celebrations at Gurukul Global School
The teachers day celebrations are meant to acknowledge, thank and appreciate the amazing work that the teachers do. To honor the teachers, the students of Class IX to XII conducted a special assembly. The students presented melodious songs, skit, PPT and mesmerizing dance performances. They spoke about the importance of teachers in their lives. The day gave them an opportunity to thank their teachers for all the hard work they do. The Principal Ms Urvashi Kakkar appreciated the students for their scintillating dance performances. She also apprised them about the importance of teachers in a students life..
Gurukul Global School celebrated Red Colour Day
The students of Nursery of Gurukul Global School celebrated Red Colour Day. The students and the teachers were decked up beautifully in red coloured attires.. The class was decorated with the articles in red. The children were excited and happy seeing red hangings and balloons. The day was filled with games and different activities to enhance the recognition of Red colour.
U K Universities visit Gurukul Global School
In a very special Interactive Session conducted by British Council of India,top most Universities from UK ( all in top 100 ranking); descended on Gurukul Global School campus to interact with the students of Classes XI and XII and their parents. It was a very fruitful session as the students got an exposure to International Education. The students and their parents took keen interest in the proceedings of the session and made pertinent queries regarding the courses, admission procedures, scholarship, deadlines etc. both at graduate and Post graduate level. They were also given a deep insight into the culture, weather conditions and living conditions in UK by the School Career Counseller. The students who were involved in a lively discussion by the Principal Ms Urvashi Kakkar, also gave their viewpoints on PROS and CONS of International Education.
Junior Golf Tournament Cup
Aryan Laroia of class VIII-B Adjudged Hitting Longest Drive for the Golf Tournament Promoters Junior Golf Tournament Cup in the Category C held on 1st September 2018 at Panchkula Golf Club.
Globalites visited Blind Institute.
Under the on going programme Values in Action the students of Class V visited the Blind Institute, Sector 26 Chandigarh. The purpose of the visit was to inculcate values among the students. The students interacted with the inmates and observed how they write letters in Braille using different tools.The students were amazed to see the Braille machines and JAWS and NVDA, the software being used by them.The visit gave them a new learning lesson for life.
Globalites visited the lesser privileged kids
The life of a man consists not in seeing visions and in dreaming dreams, but in active charity and in willing service. To sensitize the students about it, Gurukul Global School organised a field trip to Govt. Senior Secondary School, Indira Colony. . The Globalites interacted with the students and shown them a PPT on self-defense, which they have specially prepared for the Govt School students. Later, the Globalites conducted a quiz on the same.The visit was an eye opener for the Globalites as it made them realize that they were lucky to have everything on a platter. The students had a wonderful learning experience.
Cleanliness Walk on Independence Day
72nd Independence Day All over the country people were celebrating, We Globalites along with the Run Club were not just celebrating Independence Day , we celebrated being Indians , we had Plogging drive at Sukhna Lake, Chandigarh. It’s not easy to pick up litter that is thrown by others , and believe us what we picked up was real good trash and tried to make a difference by asking people not to litter and stop the use of one time plastic in our daily lives . If we dream of a clean India . it wont happen without the help of every citizen while we were Plogging today at the garden of silence in Chandigarh.
The fresher s party for the students of Class XI was organised in the Gurukul Global School today.
The students of Class XII, put up a spectacular show with foot tapping songs and scintillating dance performances. The main attraction of the party were the dance performances, witty games and interactive question/answer round. In the end the cake cutting ceremony was done and the winners of the events were given away prizes.The school Managing Director Sh Parveen Setya, President Mrs Neena Setya, Principal Ms Urvashi Kakkar graced the occasion with their benign presence. Ipsita Saini and Ujjwal Verma were adjudged as Ms and Mr Fresher. Well dressed title bagged by Riya Chauhan & Yudhveer. Palak Khosla, Riya Vashisht and Ujjwal Verma won the talent round.
Eco-Club students of Gurukul Global School made Best out of Waste
The Eco-Club students of Gurukul Global School, under the guidance of their teachers learnt how to make Best out of Waste. The students were made aware of recycling benefits. They learnt how waste material can be utilized again and can be turned into different useful things. The students made beautiful cloth bags out of the waste cloth material. They were further apprised about the usage of cloth bags and how they can limit the use of plastic. It was a great learning experience for the students.
Globalites shines in English, Mathematics and G.K. Olympiad.
The students of Gurukul Global School has brought laurels to the school by securing Zonal ranks and winning cash prizes. In English Olympiad, seventeen students were able to mark their presence in Zonal Rank, in Math Olympiad twelve students and in G.K. Olympiad four students secured Zonal rank. All the winners were awarded with the Certificate of Merit. Apart from this, in English Olympiad Arnav Nayyar of Class IV won a cash prize of rupees 5000 and a Gold Medal, Aditya Mehta of Class VIII and Devanshi Chaudhary of class III won a Gold medal and a gift voucher of rupees 1000 each. In Math Olympiad Arnav Gupta of Class II won a gift voucher of rupees 1000 and in G.K.Olympiad Himanshu of Class IX won a gift voucher of rupees 1000. All the winners were congratulated and appreciated by the school Principal.
Tiny Globalites did activities on Family Tree and Seed germination.
Gurukul Global School believes in the saying Learning By Doing. The students of LKG and Nursery did two activities on Family Tree and Seed Germination.In the activity Family Tree the students pasted photographs of their family members on a tree. The activity helped develop their sensory bin, play writing, cutting and pasting and last but not the least the concept of nuclear and joint family. In Seed Germination activity, the students collected mud in the disposable glasses and sowed seeds. The process of germination was explained to them. The students will observe the plants everyday and shall experience the process of germination. The students enjoyed both the activities thoroughly. They got a hand on experience and learnt new concepts.
Popcorn Movie Day
Kindergarten section of Gurukul Global School had a gala time as it was the inauguration of their Popcorn Movie Day. The whole day was the fun day for them. It started with the ribbon cutting ceremony which was done by the Managing Director of the school Sh Parveen Setya and the Principal Ms Urvashi Kakkar. Followed by this was the movie “My Friend Ganesha” which students enjoyed viewing. Having popcorns during the movie was the cherry on the cake. Next in the row was Intersection Rhyme competitions .Towards the end of the day senior students performed Bhangra for these little toddlers which students really appreciated. After this gratifying day students went home with the broad smiles on their face.
Hunar Mittal, a Globalite, placed 11th in the World Teen Championship held at North Carolina, USA.
City Golfer and a bright student of Gurukul Global School, Hunar Mittal, achieved a grand success in Teen World Championship as she was placed at the 11th spot. The championship was played at North Carolina, USA, on Monday. Earlier Hunar Mittal had played two more championships. She was placed at the fifth spot in the IJGA World Stars of Junior Golf Championship played at Paiute Golf Club in Las Vegas, USA, last week. In IMG Academy Junior World Championship, she was spotted at the 16th position, which was held in San Diego, California, USA, from July 11 to July 13. Hunar was the only Indian golfer who played in the championship and she stood as a difficult challenge for her counterparts. Despite of facing many challenges and difficulties, Hunar emerged as a winner. Hunar Mittal started playing golf at the age of five years at Chandigarh Golf Association Range and soon she became the top ranked golfer in U-9 and U-10 and U-14 category. Hunar played brilliantly in the USA tour. She owes her success to her coach Jesse Grewal and her school, Gurukul Global School, who has always supported and guided her. The school management appreciated her victory and congratulated her on the success. It was a proud moment for everyone.
Merul Dhiman- The Young Astrophysicist visits Gurukul Global School.
The students of classes VII and VIII of Gurukul Global School felt highly elated when they were face to face with Merul Dhiman the young upcoming Astrophysicist who is already a star with a book on Astrophysics to his credit. The students were excited because Merul is an ex-globalite and they felt he was one among them. He was invited as a guest in the Special Assembly held in his honour. The students were thrilled and all ready with volley of questions as it was an interactive session, they asked him questions ranging from How a galaxy is formed? to Are their aliens? But everyone was really mesmerized the way Merul answered all of them with ease and had all the facts on his tips. The knowledge and his memory won him a loud applause but what impressed each and every one was his humility when being asked what message he would like to give to the other parents . To which he said,all the parents are really awesome and they want the best for their children. He gave the credit of his success and motivation to his father Mr Deepak Dhiman, Deputy Editor, Chandigarh Dainik Bhaskar. In the end a small token of love and appreciation was presented to him by the Managing Director of the Sh Parveen Setya who was also present there. Mrs Urvashi Kakkar, School Principal, addressed the students and wished that many more Globalites would be star performers like Merul.
Globalites visited Hibiscus Garden.
The students of Gurukul Global School visited Hibiscus Garden to break the monotony. They enjoyed the visit and observed different varieties of Hibiscus and Bamboo plant. The students enjoyed themselves in the splendor of nature. They enjoyed the charm of picnic in the laps of nature with clean surroundings.
Hunar Mittal, a Globalite, placed 16th in World Golf Junior Championship.
It was a proud moment for everyone as well as Gurukul Global School as Hunar Mittal secured 16th position in the IMG Academy Junior World Championships held at the Rancho Bernardo Golf Resort in California, USA. Hunar started of brilliantly among the list of 118 top golfers from all over the globe. She was able to secure her name among the top ten players on day one of the tournament. The 13 year old Hunar Mittal is a student of Gurukul Global School who studies in Class VIII A . She owes the credit of her success to her coach Jesse Grewal, who always motivated her to give her the best. She did a great job and impressed everyone with her game and fitness. She played the tournament without any caddie and gave her best performance. The Management of Gurukul Global School celebrated her victory and wished her a very Good Luck for the matches which she will be playing in the coming future. Hunar Mittal will next play in the IJGA World Star of Junior Golf Championship 2018, which will be hosted in Las Vegas.
Globalites visited United Nations at Geneva (Switzerland).
The students of Gurukul Global School visited United Nations under the project Mission Knowledge-2018. The four students namely Saarthak Kakkar, Sahil Goyal, Devansh Sahni and Krish along with Mr Kamal (Faculty) got this wonderful opportunity to visit the United Nations office for attending Mission Knowledge-2018. The Summer School training was organised by Indian Federation of United Nations Associations (IFUNA) which is affiliated to the World Federation of United Nations Associations, Geneva (WFUNA). The students stayed there for eight days and visited many places like Geneva, Zurich (Switzerland), Paris (France). The students attended many workshops hosted by WFUNA and learnt about United Nations and its organs and how WFUNA is different from UN. It was an eye opener excursion for the students as they got a lot of exposure and gained knowledge. The students enjoyed every moment of the trip and the experience shall remain etched in their memories forever.They were also awarded by certificates from UN for the programme.
Workshop for Globalites on Social Behaviour and Etiquettes.
It has always been Gurukul Global Schools endeavour to create awareness among the students towards all the issues related to day to day life. To sensitize them about the Social Behaviour and Etiquettes the School organised a workshop for the students of Class V till VIII. The students were apprised about how they should interact with one another within a group or society. They also shared about their strengths and weaknesses and how they can convert their weakness into their strength. They learnt how to build their self-confidence, accept failure and how positive attitude towards life can change their outlook. The students should work upon their behaviour if they expect rewards from their teachers, family and friends. The session was interactive and informative. The students thoroughly enjoyed it and got to learn new tips to enhance their personality with right attitude.
Alumni Association Web-Page launch
Today was a very special day for all the Alumni of Gurukul Global School. Alumni Association web-page was launched today in the school. Mr Vishal from Almabay Networks private limited introduced the Alumni page to the students of IX to XII. He told the students about the benefits of this page. How they can connect with the other pass out students. There are many reputed companies connected with the page, which can provide them better placement & internship opportunities. They can find the topics of their interest. They can find their mentors on the page. They can send friend request and make groups on this page, just like other social sites. Few of the Alumni were invited for the event. Suvir Tandon, former student of GGS passed 12th class in the session 2014-15. He addressed the students on this occasion. He told about his experience with the school and how much he misses the school. Innayat and few more alumni joined for the event.
Inter House Activities held at Gurukul Global School
To spread the awareness among the students, Gurukul Global School conducted various activities on the topic Health is Wealth and the impact of population . The students wrote beautiful slogans on the importance of health and had a panel discussion on the topic impact of population on our environment. They also participated in calligraphy competition to improve their handwriting. The students participated in all the activities with lot of enthusiasm.
Globalites visited Indira Colony to spread awareness about cleanliness
The students of Interact Club and Swachh Bharat Abhiyan Club along with the volunteers of NSS visited Indira Colony, Manimajra , to spread the awareness about the importance of cleanliness in and around our society. The drive was supported by Samasya Samadhan Team and Chandigarh and Public Health Development Society.. The students went door to door to make the residents aware about the cleanliness.The students were enthusiastic about the project and motivated the residents to keep the surroundings clean. . They also discussed about the importance of a dustbin and how to segregate the wet and dry garbage . The students also shared how stagnant water can be a breeding place for the mosquitoes so they should keep their surrounding dry and no water water clogging should take place. The Globalites gifted hand made cards to the children of the colony with a message of cleanliness. They also encouraged the children to educate the residents about the importance of cleanliness.
Medical Camp organised at Gurukul Global School.
It has always been Gurukul Global Schools endeavour to create awareness amongst the students about issues of importance in their lives. The school organised a Dental Check up Camp for the students of Kindergarten till Grade V . A complete dental check up was done for all the students. The camp was organised by the team of Simply Health Plus Pvt Ltd. The aim was to create awareness about oral health and hygiene among the students.
E-waste Management Awareness programme
Gurukul Global School took initiative to make the students and teachers aware about the harmful effects of E-waste, if it is not disposed up in the right manner. First step was to visit Infosys, IT Park, Chandigarh to attend an awareness programme. Afterward PPTs were shown to all the students during morning assemblies to make them aware about E-waste. The third step of this programme was to put E-waste bin in the porch area of the school. The students and teachers took part in this activity with great enthusiasm and brought e-waste to put in the bins. The last step was to segregate the collected E-waste. After that it was handed over to the Infosys team along with a detailed list.
Times NIE and Byjus Think n Learn Aptitude test.
Our Globalites won prizes in Times NIE and Byjus Think n Learn Aptitude test. Nishtha Dhiman of class VI won Wildcraft bag in Category I., Ashat Arora of class VII won a tab in Category II, Samarth Punia of class X won a tab in Category III. and Charvi Garg of class VI C has participated in Hindi competition and won a prize at national level.
Globalites visited D.T. Mall for a field trip
The students of Gurukul Global School of Grade II and III, visited D.T. Mall, Chandigarh for an excursion. The students visited a garment store and got a hand on experience on the types of clothes and fabrics. They learnt about the marketing skills and the sale / purchase of the garments. It was their lucky day as the students met the famous cartoon characters Doremon and Nobita. The students felt very excited and got themselves clicked with them.
Solid waste management
Solid waste management COLLABORATIVE INDIA and NEPAL We do not inherit the earth from our parents we borrow it from our children. A growing population and economy, which means increased volumes of waste generated. This puts pressure on waste management facilities, which are already in short supply. Therefore in this project of ISA, we focused on solid waste management in India and Nepal. Students of classes VI to X participated in this project and they learnt the method of how waste can be turned into a useful resource to meet our energy needs. Students carried out an exhaustive research on solid wastes generated in their country. A well-researched PPT shall be shown in assembly to the students to make them aware of the different kinds of solid wastes generated in Nepal and also how they are classified as biodegradable and non-biodegradable wastes. Thereafter, the students did a survey in their respective countries at three places (schools, malls and hospitals) to collect data on the quantum of waste generated at these three places and categorize them as biodegradable and non-biodegradable wastes. Finally to get a clearer picture, the collected data graphically represented through pie charts. The complete information shared with the partner school, via e mails and the common Blog created and same put up on a common Blog. Students of the schools conducted an Audit for the waste generated in their respective school and disposal methods adopted for their disposal. Based on the Audit Report, Students embark upon a Waste Minimization Plan. Through Video Conferencing sessions, students exchanged the Audit Reports with the students of Partner School and discuss the Waste Minimization Plans’ and the Waste Disposal Methods/techniques used in their countries.
Global Warming The Great Meltdown collaborative INDIA-AFGHANISTAN
Global Warming The Great Meltdown collaborative INDIA-AFGHANISTAN We control our body temperature by dressing heavily when it is cold and dressing lightly when it is hot. Throwing a coat over your shoulders on a warm spring day would make anyone feel hot. In the same way, the earth has its own clothes to control its temperature. This function is fulfilled by the atmosphere, invisible to us, that wraps around the earth. Our students collected information regarding change in temperature and rainfall as a consequence of Global Warming in the past 5 years in India and represented the information through line graphs to highlight the changing weather phenomenon. Similarly, the students of the partner school Asra School of Excellence in Afghanistan collected information regarding climatic change in their country as a result of Global Warming and represented it through line graphs. The students collected information on ways and means being adopted in their countries to reduce their contribution towards Global Warming and create a newsletter. Common Newsletter put up on the school website of both the countries.
AGRICULTURE REAPING BENEFITS
Agriculture is the most important sector of Indian Economy. Indian agriculture sector accounts for 18 per cent of India s gross domestic product (GDP) and provides employment to 50% of the countries workforce. India is the world s largest producer of pulses, rice, wheat, spices and spice products. In Brazil, agriculture is an important industry, as this country has immense agricultural resources available to it. Its most significant products in this sphere are coffee, soybeans, wheat, rice, corn, sugarcane, cocoa, citrus and beef (in order of importance). Therefore this project has focused to study the various agriculture patterns in India and Brazil. Scrap File making competition organized in the school highlighting various agricultural patterns Intensive/Extensive, farming practices, type of farm implements, types and forms of cropping patterns in India and Brazil after an exhaustive research by our school students, and represented it in the form of pie-chart.
THE BEAUTY OF THE WORLD LIES IN THE DIVERSITY OF ITS PEOPLE
THE BEAUTY OF THE WORLD LIES IN THE DIVERSITY OF ITS PEOPLE . Culture is a window reflecting the history, culture and spiritual world of a nation. Cultural exchange is a bridge to enhance the mutual understanding and friendship between the people of different nations. Therefore in this project of ISA, we focused on Celebrating and Growing together. Students of classes III to X participated in this project and they got a perfect opportunity for this precious spark to grow, making us more sensitive and wiser citizens through our careers. Students of Gurukul Global School exchanged the most popular recipes of our country with the counterparts at Nepal(National Model Science School Kathmandu Nepal), who provided them the popular recipes of their country through e-mail. A Food Mela organized wherein our students and their parents shall put up stalls displaying Nepalese cuisines, along with their recipes and their nutritive value. Similarly students of the partner school at Nepal, in their Food Mela, put up stalls exhibiting Indian cuisine along with their recipes and nutritive values. Through Videos and Facebook Live, the complete Mela proceedings shared with each other by the two schools. They exchanged the reviews and feedbacks of the visitors on the Mela. A Display Board Competition organized as Inter -House Competition in which the students decorated the display boards highlighting the major festivals celebrated in their country. Photographs of the display boards shared by both the partner schools through e-mails. Students also made Greeting Cards, created decorating materials specific to the festivals and exchanged these with their counterparts in other country, through couriers. Students took part in an International Folk dance performance showcasing the Folk Dances of the partner country and their own. Videos of the Dance Competition exchanged amongst the partner schools and uploaded on You Tube and Facebook.
Panel Discussion & PPT shown on Water Conservation and water audit in Gurukul Global School
Panel Discussion & PPT shown on Water Conservation and water audit in Gurukul Global School A PPT shown to the students of class vi-x highlighting various important facts related to the availability of freshwater, its importance and its various sources in India and Germany. The students then divided into two groups - One representing India and the other representing Germany.Thereafter, a Counter Panel Discussion shall be conducted to discuss about the problems of water scarcity and various causes of water scarcity in these two countries and methods adopted for its conservation in the above said countries. The students conducted Water Audit in the school and data collected for the same analyzed through bar graphs to gain deeper understanding of the usage & wastage of water and the methods adopted for its conservation.
The curtains came down on an exciting and exuberant Summer Camp organised in the school from 28th May to 12th June, 2018, with a Grand Finale. In the Camp, that was attended by kids of 3-12 years of age, they learned Art and Craft, Puppet Making, Story Telling, Personality Development, Ramp Walk, Hip –Hop, Bollywood Dance etc. It also included Art of Living, Yoga Meditation and Aerobics, fun activities Rain Dance, Pool Party and umpteen other energising and enlightening activities. The Grand finale started with diya lightning by Managing Director, Sh Parveen Setya and Principal Mrs. Urvashi Kakkar. The students anchored and enacted the whole programme that showcased all the values they learnt during the summer camp. The show started with welcome dance, Yoga and aerobics session. It was followed by Ramp Walk and cultural events including story telling with Puppet Show and Punjabi Folk Dance. The main attraction of the show was the Art and Craft Exhibition of the kids’ work which they had done throughout the session. Overall it was a fantabulous show with lots of learning for the kids which helped them groom their personality and invest their time in enriching learning experiences
Globalites exhibit stupendous results in Class X.
Celebratory mood was set in GGS campus as CBSE Class X Results were declared. The school got 100% result with all 70 students showing stupendous marks in all subjects. Harshit Dubey became the School Topper with 95%. Ananya Goyal bagged the second spot with 94.6%. Raunak Singhal with 94.2%. Akshat Pahwa also with 94.2 %. Out of 70 students who appeared for Class X Boards. 11 students scored more than 90%. 29 students scored more than 80%. 22 students scored more than 70%. 6 students scored more than 60% & the lowest being 57%.