Globalites won Gold and Bronze medals in Table Tennis Tournament
Even Sports Table Tennis Tournament 2017 was held at Tender Heart School, Chandigarh in which the students of Gurukul Global School clinched Gold and Bronze medals. Aariv of Class VII A clinched Gold medal in individual category. Aariv, Baljeet, Aryan Sadana and Anirudh won Bronze medal in Team Event under junior category. They were congratulated by the Principal for their efforts
GGSMUN comes to a glittering close
ime 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 a panel discussion between the stalwarts of MUN debating on the issue “ EMERGENCE OF INDIA AS A GLOBAL POWER”. They really made an impact as Role Models on all the delegates who were attending the MUN for the first time when they discussed issues ranging from India’s role in security council, what diplomacy actually is, to pin pointing what are the elemental issues faced by India and requiring immediate attention. 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 Vikas Ahuja- DCH Infosys, Dr. V.D. Singh- Chairman of the School Management Committee and the Managing Director Sh. Parveen Setya . After a mesmerizing instrumental medley, it was time to announce the awards. Following were the Best Delegates from each of the four committees. UNGA – Delegate Mayank Jain representing United Kingdom. UNHRC- Delegate Piyush Gambhir representing Panama. Security Council – Delegate Saksham representing Venezuela. AIPPM – Delegate Gagan Anand representing Shashi Tharoor. The Best School Delegation award was bagged by Bhavan Vidyalaya, Chandigarh. Last but not the least honorable Chief Guest Sh Vikas Ahuja addressed the gathering and congratulated Gurukul Global School for giving a platform to the students where they learnt the basic nuances to become public speakers.
A vibrant kick start to GGSMUN-2017
The bright morning of 6th October 2017 saw Gurukul Global all decked up for its maiden GGSMUN 2017 which went International when many delegates from around the globe, countries like Bangladesh and Nepal attended it. They came dressed in colourful outfits, showcasing the countries they were representing. The school auditorium was decorated beautifully to welcome the Chief Guest Mr Andrew Ayre, the British Deputy High Commissioner Chandigarh and Guest of Honor Sh Vivek Atray an ex IAS, ex Advisor, author and a motivational speaker and many other dignitaries. They were cordially welcomed by the Chairman Dr V.D.Singh and the Managing Director of the school Shri Parveen Setya. The ceremony started with a welcome song which was multilingual highlighting the theme of GGSMUN – World is One and the need for global peace. Keeping with the tradition of invoking Gods before any auspicious occasion , the globalites presented a mesmerizing Durga Stuti. The event coordinators Ms Suman Sharma and Ms Rakhee Jaswal extended a special welcome to everyone present on the occasion. The program started with the inaugural speech by Kartikey Budhwal, the Secretary General of GGSMUN. The Principal Ms Urvashi Kakkar welcomed the guests and delegates saying that Gurukul Global always stands for empowering young minds and highlighting the global vision. After the speech she handed over the gavels to the various executive board members. Guest of Honor for the day Shri Vivek Atray gave a motivational speech where he congratulated the team of GGSMUN and said that now a days students are lucky and fortunate to have a platform like MUN to prepare them for the oratory skills, imbibe confidence and organise their thoughts to become incredible spokespersons. Before concluding he gave three motivational points to ponder. They were PVC i.e. Positivity for everyone to strive for, Values to be focused by everyone around the globe and Calmness, here he quoted Swami Parmahans who said , Be calmly active and actively calm. Last but not the least, the Chief Guest Shri Andrew Ayre spoke about the UN and said that since its inception in 1945, UN has always played a significant role in maintaining global peace. He also gave an insight into UK’s stand on various global agendas. He urged today s youth to make an effort to establish peace and harmony in the world. He also congratulated the students for holding such MUN’s. Before the conclusion of the opening ceremony President Nirbhay Sharma set the ball rolling and declared the GGSMUN open.
State Shooting Championship 2017
It was a proud moment for the Gurukul Global School as Seerat Chugh of Class VIII clinched a Bronze medal in 42nd Chandigarh State Shooting Championship 2017 . Principal Ms Urvashi Kakkar congratulated her on her success.
Inter School Cycling Championship
Daksh Nain of Class X of Gurukul Global School clinched one Silver and one Bronze medal in U.T. Inter School Cycling Championship . He was congratulated and appreciated by the Principal Ms Urvashi Kakkar
Globalites on the path of Global Peace and Non Violence
Globalites had an interactive session with Shri Bernie Meyer, popularly known as American Gandhi. Shri Bernie Meyer is an activist for 40 years who took Mahatmas message of Global Peace and Non- Violence one step further and began emulating Gandhiji in his dress, words and actions. Shri Bernie Meyer interacted with the Globalites and emphasized on the applicability of Gandhijis vision in todays world i.e. practice of Non-Violence and Global Peace. The students enjoyed the session with him and their queries were also answered well. Sh Darshan Singh, a volunteer from Yuvsatta, was also present on the occasion. Yuvsatta is an NGO who works towards the empowerment of young people internationally for peace and global citizenship, through regular youth exchange programmes.
Medical and Eye camp for supporting staff of Gurukul Global School
It has always been Gurukul Global Schools endeavour to create awareness amongst its students, staff and supporting staff about the issues of importance in their lives. In collaboration with Fortis Hospital,the school organised a complete medical and eye check up camp for the supporting staff of the school on 23rd Sept.2017. The camp was organised to create awareness about the health issues and the preventive measures to be taken
Globalites clinched Gold, Silver and Bronze medals in Skating Competition
The students of Gurukul Global School clinched 4 Gold, 1 Silver and 8 Bronze medals in Skating Championship held at Blue Bird School, Panchkula. Nanki Sandhu won 2 Gold and 1 Bronze medal, Shivin Goel won 2 Gold and 1 Silver, Haren Choudhary and Panav Mahajan won 2 Bronze medals each , Divleen, Kanwar Indradeep Singh and Akshadha Sharma won 1 Bronze medal each. It was a proud moment for the globalites. All the winners were congratulated and appreciated by the Principal Ms Urvashi Kakkar.
Rally on Peace Day
Kindergarten students of Gurukul Global school, lined up for a Peace Rally with banners and posters prepared by them to disseminate the message of ‘Peace and Prosperity’ and universal values of ethics and discipline that are inculcated in them.
A dental camp was organised for the Kindergarteners of Gurukul Global School
A dental camp was organised for the Kindergarteners of Gurukul Global School.It was an interactive session with the tiny tots as they were apprised about the importance of maintaining oral hygiene. A complete dental check up was done for all the students. Some of the students were diagnosed with cavities, broken teeth and other orthodontic problems. The aim was to spread awareness about the oral health and hygiene among the students.
Kindergartners celebrated Grandparents Day at Gurukul Global School
Kindergarten students of Gurukul Global school celebrated Grandparents Day on 8 September 2017 as Grandparents are our heritage and are essential members of our families and communities. That is why a special day is set aside every year to honor them to deepen the bond between the two different generations. Number of fun activities were conducted and children performed for their grandparents. It was a sight to be treasured for everyone. A hawan ceremony was also organised in the school premesis.
POCSO Act Awareness workshop for supporting Staff
On 6th September 2017 a workshop was conducted for the supporting staff of Gurukul Global school where they were made aware of the POCSO Act 2012 ,Substance Abuse and Juvenile Justice Act.The school conducts awareness workshops on regular basis keeping the safety and security of students and everyone associated with them.
5th September is celebrated as Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnans birth anniversary and to honor him this day is marked as Teachers Day .Teachers play a very major role in making their children responsible and good human beings. Tiny tots of Gurukul Global School set the stage on fire when they enacted the roles of their teachers in the staff room and class room. The teachers were immensely touched by their poems and their performances.
Rotary Club Felicitation
Three teachers (Mrs. Renu Sharma, Mr. Kamal Gautam & Mrs. Anuradha) of our School felicitated by Rotary Club, Panchkula on 7th September 2017. They were awarded with the Certificate of Appreciation in recognition of MAKING A DIFFERENCE in imparting education for NATIONAL BUILDING.
Teacher s Day celebrations at Gurukul Global School
The teacher s day celebrations are meant to acknowledge, thank, appreciate and honor the amazing work that the teachers do . To honor the teachers the students of Class IX conducted a special assembly . The students presented a mesmerising dance performance and spoke on the importance of the teachers in their lives. The day gave them an opportunity to thank their teachers for all the hard work they do. On the occasion the Principal Ms Urvashi Kakkar addressed the assembly and apprised them about the importance of a teacher in a student s life. She further said that teachers help them to learn and understand various disciplines and develop their intellectual capabilities.They are also great mentors, counselors and friends that help them grow and achieve progress in life. At the end of the day a special screening of a short documentary film based on the life of a teacher was shown to the staff members.
MR vaccination camp at Gurukul Global School.
Gurukul Global School organised MR vaccination camp in the school premises. The students between the age group of 3 to 15 were immunised. The camp was organised by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. The vaccination will provide them protection from measles and rubella , as these are the life threatening diseases. It was a successful campaign as many students got themselves vaccinated .
An Intra School Quiz Competition on Disaster and Disaster Management
Gurukul Global School conducted an Intra School Quiz Competition on Disaster and Disaster Management in India and Japan.The students were selected from various classes by testing their general awareness. Four teams participated in the competition of mind and intellect. They were appropriately named as Team Flood, Volcano, Earthquake and Tsunami. The contestants knowledge was tested through rounds covering various disasters commonly occuring in India and Japan . There was a tough competition amongst them. The competition gave them an insight about various disasters and disaster management. The winning team was awarded by the Principal Ms Urvashi Kakkar.
Special Assembly at Gurukul Global School on Natural Disasters.
To sensitize the students about the various Natural Disasters, Gurukul Global School organised a Special Assembly for the students of Classes VII to IX. A video was shown to the students depicting the commonly occurring Natural Disasters in India and Japan. The main highlights of the video were the recommended strategies to be adopted and the action plan to be taken during such disasters. The students were made aware about the post disaster relief and rehabilitation at the time of crises. The assembly was concluded with the informative tips of evacuation plan by the Principal Ms Urvashi Kakkar.
Globalites shone in Carrom Tournament held at St Stephen School, Chandigarh.
It was a proud moment for Gurukul Global School as the students secured First, Second and Third positions in Boys/Girls Sub Junior Single Carrom Tournament held at St Stephens School. Sangini Mamgain of Class VIII secured First position in Sub Junior Girls Single, Harmanpreet Singh of Class II , Gungun Kakkar of Class VIII secured Second position and Shivin Singla of Class III , Gopal Kakkar and Muskaan of Class VI and Sangini Mamgain of Class VIII secured III position. The Principal Ms Urvashi Kakkar congratulated the students on their achievemnet.
GGS welcomes a new batch of class 11
Air of festivity and cheer marked the Freshers’ Party 2017 held at Gurukul Global School to welcome the fresher batch of class XI on 12th August in the school auditorium. The Guest of Honour for the day was Mr. Parveen Setya, Managing Director of the school. The Senior students welcomed their fresh inmates by presenting a grand gala cultural event laced with foot tapping dances, melodious songs, theatrical performances and exciting games. Mr. and Miss. Fresher competition was the centre of attraction. Mr. Uday Sheoran and Miss. Kaveri Sateja were adjudged Mr. and Miss Fresher, respectively. The event concluded with a cake cutting ceremony followed by Thanks Giving Note by the +1 students who expressed their gratitude towards School Management and their Seniors for giving them an extremely enchanting event. At the end, Ms. Urvashi Kakkar, the Principal of the school, addressed the students that this time could be a life changing journey for them and wished the freshers to strive to leave an impression of infallibility on the walls of the school
Spirit of Freedom and Festivity comes alive at Gurukul Global School.
Keeping the spirit of patriotism alive, students and staff of Gurukul Global School celebrated the Independence Day as well as Janamashtami with fervor and gaiety. A special Morning Assembly was organised on the occasion.The cultural extravaganza which started from mellifluous patriotic songs to vibrant dance performances set everyones heart roaring. The event was celebrated with much zeal and enthusiasm. In the end the Principal Ms Urvashi Kakkar addressed the assembly. She encouraged the students to grow up as worthy citizens of the country.
Tree Plantation with Lions Club Chandigarh
Trees are an important part of our lives as they have supported and sustained life throughout our existence. So, it is necessary to conduct tree plantation campaigns everywhere. A group of senior citizens from Lions Club Chandigarh initiated a tree plantation drive along with the students and NSS volunteers at Gurukul Global School. The Principal Ms Urvashi Kakkar initiated the drive by planting a sapling on the occasion. She further said it is fruitful to observe the trees grow in front of your eyes as it gives you a feeling of satisfaction and fulfillment. The students were enthusiastic in maintaining the green cover in and around the school.
As is the tradition every year Janamashtami was celebrated this year too at Gurukul Global School.The Kindergarteners celebrated Janmashtami with all passion and zealous on August 9, 2017, during the special assembly in the school auditorium. Students of different classes donned the roles of Lord Sri Krishna and Gopikas amongst many other characters related to Janmashtami. The event comprised of Group Dance on the life of Krishna by UKG ,LKG and Nursery students. Group songs that show the devotion to Krishna were sung by all the teachers and students. The event was celebrated with much zeal and enthusiasm and was enjoyed by one and all.
Globalites won Gold, Silver and Bronze medals in Skating Carnival.
It was a proud moment for Gurukul Global School as the Globalites won Gold, Silver and Bronze medals in Skating Carnival held at Manav Mangal Smart School. Haren won one gold, one silver and one bronze medal in Inline Rink Races. Nanki Sandhu won two gold and one silver medal. Shivin won one silver medal, Panav Mahajan won one gold and two silver medals in Quards category. Last but not the least Divleen Kaur of Class III won one silver and two bronze medals in Quards category. The principal Ms Urvashi Kakkar appreciated the students on their glorious victory and motivated them to keep on doing such good work
16th Panchkula District Choi Kwand Do Championship 2017-18
Bhavya Nanda won bronze medal in 16th Panchkula District Choi Kwand Do Championship 2017-18 held at Master Bikrams Martial Art Academy, Sector -16 Panchkula
Third Prize in Platter Designing
Class X students Palak and Jhanvi won thrid prize in Platter Designing at Bhavan Vidyalya Panchkula (LAAM EXPORMA).
Accolades at Gurukul Global School
Gurukul Global School hosted Accolades to motivate the young achievers of the school for the session 2016-17. Nearly 150 prizes were given to the meritorious students in various scholastic and co-scholastic areas and toppers of Class X (with perfect 10 CGPA) and Class XII. The Chief Guest on the occasion was Prof. Nandita Singh,Dean Punjab University. She congratulated the students on their achievement. President Ms Neena Setya, Chairman Dr V.D.Singh, Managing Director Sh Parveen Setya were also present on the occasion. Principal Ms Urvashi Kakkar congratulated the achievers and motivated them to make a steady progress towards achieving success in life. The students,staff and the management of the school were all full of pride and joy. The programme culminated with a special ‘Vote of Thanks’ by the School Chairman Dr V.D.Singh. He applauded the co-operation and support extended by the parents in all school ventures.
Darpanika at Gurukul Global School
An atmosphere of celebration filled the Gurukul Global School when the students,teachers and parents gathered to celebrate the Founders Day. Darpanika- a reflection of our journey.......... was celebrated to mark the School’s entry into its tenth year.The School which started functioning in the year 2008 with a strength of 245 students, today has carved a niche for itself within a mere span of nine years as today the School’s strength is close to 1400. The achievements of the school during the past years speak volumes about the school’s glorious journey from strength to strength, be it academics, sports or co-curricular activities. A PPT depicting the Schools journey and a Dance Drama aligned with the vision of the school were the main highlights.On this momentous occasion, the oldest employees of the school were also felicitated for their selfless devotion towards the school. The Chief Guest on the occasion was Prof. Nandita Singh,Dean Punjab University. She applauded the efforts of the School Management and staff for presenting the well-crafted School vision through a unique dance drama that gave a deep insight to the parents of the objectives laid down by the school for the holistic development of the students. President Ms Neena Setya, Chairman Dr V.D.Singh, Managing Director Sh Parveen Setya graced the occasion with their benign presence. Principal Ms Urvashi Kakkar in her address urged the students and teachers not to rest on their laurels but to strive even harder to reach everscaling heights.
Gurukul Global School had Investiture Ceremony of Interact Club under Rotary Chandigarh Shivalik
The Investiture Ceremony of Interact Club took place in the school auditorium. Dr.Rita Kalra President, Rotary Club, Chandigarh Midtown and PP Rotary International Mr Shaju Peter felicitated the members of the Interact Club, along with other senior members of the club. Ananya of Class X was chosen as President and Tanuj as Vice-President. In all twelve students were chosen as the members of the club. The club members did Tree Plantation in and around the school campus. They planted almost fifty trees. The club members are actively involved in many community services like Swachh Bharat, Each One Teach One Tree Plantation drive to name a few. Mr Shaju Peter apprised the students about WASH in program . This program is the first step towards ensuring a healthy physical learning environment which can lessen the spread of disease.He further added that we should ensure that every child goes to a school with water, sanitation and hygiene education Dr Sanjay Kalra shared Five Golden Tips on Oral Hygiene with the students. He also said that Oral Health leads to Overall Health
Field Trip to Post Office
Today when India is going digital and it has given wings to communication, the Postal services cannot be ignored. Gurukul Global School organized an educational excursion for the students of class III to Post Office,Sector 17 Chandigarh. The trip turned out to be very informative. First the children were taken to Philetly Branch where they learnt that they could creatively design their own stamp. Then they went to ‘Stamps’ section. They were shown different types of stamps with different denomination. They also visited MPCM (Multipurpose Counter) where they were shown postcards, inland letters, envelopes etc. The inquisitive children asked many question and the employees answered them very cheerfully. They also utilized this visit by buying stamps and posting letters. Last but not the least, the children were given envelopes by the staff of the Post Office. Thanks to the employees of the Post Office who made the trip really amazing.
Globalites visited Doll Museum
To create awareness amongst the students about culture of different countries and their traditions, Gurukul Global School organised a Field Trip for the students of Class II to International Doll Museum, Chandigarh. The museum has different varieties of dolls from countries like Russia, Denmark, Germany etc. But the main attraction is Indian segment of the dolls that pulls every ones attraction . The students loved the Indian dolls and puppets from every state . It was a fun filled educational Field Trip which students enjoyed thoroughly.
Field Trip to Butterfly Garden
Gurukul Global School organised a Field Trip to the Butterfly Garden for the students of Class I . The visit was organised to apprise the students about the different varieties of plants and insects. As the park is full of vegetation, the students learnt about different varieties of trees and shrubs. There are about thirty five species of butterfly in this park. They were also explained about the life cycle of a butterfly. The students enjoyed sighting of flowers and insects together.
Outstanding Performance of Globalites in English Olympiad.
The students of Gurukul Global School brought laurels to the school as 9 students clinched First International rank in English Olympiad and won a Gold medal, certificate and a book set worth rupees 1000.5 students achieved 8th Zonal rank and 2 students achieved 10th Zonal rank. The students were much appreciated by the Principal Ms Urvashi Kakkar. She congratulated the students on their achievement and wished them good luck for their future endeavour.
Globalites visit Art Museum
Field Trips are an integral part of Gurukul Global Schools curriculum as they provide an insight and practical knowledge of everything they do and learn in the school. The school organised an Educational Field Trip to Art Museum, Sector 10, Chandigarh, for the students of Class IV, V and VI. The museum is a perfect place for viewing the prehistoric fossils and artifacts. The students saw beautiful miniature paintings , Gandhara and Hindu Sculptures, Miniature Paintings, Decorative Arts and Coins. They were also apprised about the Evolution of Earth and Transition from Primitive to settled life.
Parliamentary Debate Championship 2017
With the vision of Respected Managing Director, Mr.Parveen Setia of empowering every student to achieve academic excellence and holistic personality development, Gurukul Global School, Manimajra today held second edition of GGPDC 17. The three days event started with the enlightening words of Ma’am Principal, Ms.Urvashi Kakkar followed by training session coupled with a highly stimulating mock session. This tournament of Parliamentary Debate focused on topics ranging from politics to philosophy .It was heartening to see brilliant ideas and quality arguments being brought up by the participants of 34 teams from various schools of tricity. Out of all the teams, 8 teams qualified for the quarter final round that was conducted on second day. Two teams reached the final round between whom the decisive debate happened on Right to offend should be an integral part of freedom of speech Team from BVC [Daksh Walia,Shresht Jain and Pratul Kalra] won the tournament. Award for the best speaker was bagged by Harman and SImarji Singh from PEC was declared the Best Adjudicator. The efforts of The Event Advisors Hriday Kohli and Vishnu and all other PEC students who acted as the adjudicators for this 3 days event were highly appreciated by the school management.