'A MOTHER’S HEART IS THE MASTERPIECE OF GOD’ CHEER PRESIDIANS
Mothers are the image of God on this Earth!
Understanding and cherishing the value of this thought, Presidians celebrated Mother’s Day with a deep sense of love, respect and admiration for their Mothers. There is no love as special as that of a mother, and this celebration was in honour of those beautiful souls who have unfailing and pure love in their hearts - MOTHERS.
Presidians celebrated the day by performing on a splendidly choreographed song on Mother’s Day. They made beautiful greeting cards and wrote loving messages for their moms and presented it to them with gratitude. Such celebrations build respect, love and appreciation in children for their loved ones and they recognize the value of a family and relationships.
Happy Mother's Day
PRESIDIANS ENLIGHTENED BY THE TEACHINGS OF LORD BUDDHA
“Thousands of candles can be lighted from a single candle and the life of the candle will not be shortened. Happiness can never decrease by being shared.” Gautam Buddha
The preachings of Lord Buddha have been a source of great wisdom, insight and inspiration for many around the world. His philosophy of the ‘Four Noble Truths’ and the ‘Noble Eightfold Path’ guides us to the path of spiritual awakening and seeking eternal knowledge. Every year, 10th May is celebrated as Buddha Purnima all over the world, symbolizing his birth anniversary and the day he attained enlightenment.
Presidians celebrated the occasion of Buddha Purnima as a tribute to the great philosopher, Lord Buddha, who was the preacher of love and harmony. Showcasing his journey of life and how he went on to become a great philosopher and spiritual teacher, an assembly was specially organized, where the students also staged a skit on his teachings and philosophy on life and its principles.
Inspiring us to lead a righteous life, achieved with truth and determination, the day served as a reminiscence of the valuable teachings of Lord Buddha.
PRESIDIUM BAGS 8 MEDALS IN 4TH STATE STUDENT OLYMPIC GAMES
Showing exemplary grit, determination and sports spirit; our champion athletes won 8 medals: 6 Gold, 1 Silver and 1 Bronze at the 4th Student Olympic Delhi State Game-2017, held at Raijv Gandhi Stadium; organised by the International Students Olympic Committee. Among 900 children participating from various states all over India, Presidians performed their best and claimed the medals one after the other in various categories.
The winners are:
1. Dhruv Bajaj of Grade VIII won a Gold in (category).
2. Aarav Singh of Grade III won a Gold in (category).
3. Diya Jain of Grade V won a Gold in (category).
4. Bhavit Bajaj of Grade III won a Gold in (category).
5. Bhavya Bajaj of Grade III won a Gold in (category).
6. Bhavya Kapoor of Grade III won a Gold in (category).
7. Karan Singh of Grade III won a Silver in (category).
8. Yashita Dhingra of Grade I won a Bronze in (category).
Congratulations to the coaches and the achievers.
PRESIDIANS CLAIM 14 MEDALS AT THE STATE LEVEL DEBATE CHAMPIONSHIP
Presidium Gurgaon’s masters of debate and reasoned expression have won the Inter School BEHES Debate championship. They have qualified for national level Finals. Their intellect, reasoning and quick-witted replies gave them a well deserved win.
More than 200 students from schools all over Delhi, participated in the championship and Presidians outshined them and won a total of 14 medals-6 Gold, 5 Silver and 3 Bronze. They proudly claimed the Championship Gold trophy and the Overall Best Speaker trophy.
The winners are:
1. Prarthita Nath of Grade XII, won a Gold medal, the Overall Best speaker trophy and her team won the Championship trophy.
2. Nuti Yadav, from Grade XII, won Gold medal and her team won the Championship trophy.
3. Kshirin Rao, from Grade XII, won a Silver medal and her team won the Championship trophy;
4. Naisha Kamboj, from Grade VIII, won Gold medal.
5. Arahant Vishnu Saini, from Grade VII, won a Gold medal.
6. Ayush Rahul Savdekar, from Grade VI, won a Gold medal.
7. Raghav Sharma, from Grade IV, won a Gold medal.
8. Laiba Rahman, from Grade XI, won a Silver medal.
9. Joeell Singh, from Grade IX, won a Silver medal.
10. Bhavika Gupta, from Grade VIII, won a Silver medal.
11. Ria Bhargava, from Grade VII, won a Silver medal.
12. Pari Shukla, from Grade VII, won a Bronze medal.
13. Megha Chauhan, from Grade XII, won a Bronze medal.
14. Aakriti Sidhu, from Grade IX, won a Bronze medal.
15. Prisha Sinha, from Grade VII, won a Bronze medal.
16. Nischal Parwani, from Grade VII, won a Bronze medal.
Congratulations to our young debaters and their mentors.
CELEBRATING THE WONDER & MAGIC OF DANCE ON WORLD DANCE DAY
Dance is the hidden language of the soul, perfecting which liberates us!
Presidium is an institution that believes in fostering love, respect and appreciation for all art forms in students. Dance being one of most ancient and celebrated art forms of India, it is deeply engrained in its culture and heritage. To celebrate the beautiful art form and set a platform to showcase the traditional Indian classical dance forms, Presidium celebrated World Dance Day in association with Spic Macay.
Enlivened by the performances of various renowned dance maestros-Bharatnatyam dancer, Smt. Rama Vaidyanathan; Odissi dancer, Smt. Ranjana Gauhar; Kuchipudi dancer, Smt. Meenu Thakur; Kathak exponent, Km. Mahua Sarkar; Kathak exponent, Smt. Ragni Chandrashekhar; the stage was lit up by their beautiful performances. Witnessing the wondrous and magical performances, Presidians were in awe of the dance Gurus and were inspired by their devoted pursuit of the art form. The maestros briefed them about the intricacies of the mudras and steps of various classical dance forms of India. The interaction proved to be a learning experience for Presidians as they brushed up their knowledge about the art of self-expression and weaving stories through dance.
The transcendent experience developed a deep sense of respect in students for the rich cultural heritage of India, its traditional classical dance forms; and admiration for dance as a performing art.
PRESIDIUM DWARKA 22 WINS THE INTER PRESIDIUM BADMINTON TOURNAMENT
“Sports teaches you character, it teaches you to play by the rules, it teaches you to win and to lose; it teaches you about life.” Billy Jean King
Presidium’s badminton court was packed with action for 3 days, which saw exciting matches and extraordinary winning shots being played by Presidians at the Inter Presidium Badminton tournament-2017.
Presidium Dwarka 22 lifted the Overall Championship trophy by 11 points, Dwarka 16B stood at second position with 9 points; and Faridabad and Indirapuram shared the third position at 5 points each.
The winning teams in various categories are:
1.The Under 12 Girls category was won by Dwarka 22 with Runner-up as Dwarka 16b and 2nd Runner-up as Gurgaon 57.
2.The Under 12 Boys category was won by Presidium Indirapuram with Runner-up as Dwarka 16B and 2nd Runner-up as Presidium Hisar
3.The Under 14 Boys was won by Dwarka 16b with Runner-up as Dwarka 22 and 2nd Runner-up Indirapuram.
4.The Under 14 Girls was won by Faridabad with Runner-up as Dwarka 22 and 2nd Runner-up as Gurgaon 57.
Presidium believes that academic learning and sports compliment each other. The institution follows a comprehensive educational approach that includes sports as an important pillar of education. The tournament was organised in sync with this approach. Sports are an important contributor in developing the overall personality of students. Other than sportsmanship, it promotes the qualities of leadership, sharing, team spirit and tolerance in students. Sports should essentially be included as a part of school curriculum for students of all ages.
PRESIDIANS WIN 11 MEDALS AT STATE TAEKWONDO CHAMPIONSHIP
Taekwondo masters of Presidium, Dwarka 22, have written their victory in bold letters at the Open Delhi State Taekwondo Championship- 2017, by claiming more than 11 medals- 4 Gold, 3 Silver and 4 Bronze medals. More than 250 students from 19 schools participated in the championship, out of which our ace taekwondo champs, stole the show by claiming one medal after the other and registered a glorious victory at the championship.
The winners are:
Jishank Gahlot of Grade VI, won a Gold in the in U-26 Kg category.
Ishanvi Bagga of Grade IV, won a Gold in the U-32 Kg category.
Mohit Jain of Grade IV, won a Gold in the U-14 Kg category.
Vaibhav Jain of Grade V, won a Gold in the U-26 Kg category.
Jushya Rattan of Grade VI, won a Silver medal in the U-47 Kg category.
Harshit Sabharwal of Grade V, won a Silver in the U-35 Kg category.
Vivaan Grewal of Grade V won a Bronze in the U 45 Kg category.
Viresh Kaushik of Grade III, won a Silver in the U-27 Kg category.
Rishaan Grewal of Grade III, won a Bronze in the U-35 Kg category.
Aditya Kaul of Grade III, won a Bronze in the U-24 Kg category.
Gunjan lamba of Grade VI, won a Bronze in the U-40 Kg category.
Congratulations to the Coach and the champions! Go win the Nationals!
'ONE EARTH, ONE LIFE TO SAVE IT’-DECLARE PRESIDIANS
“He who knows what sweets and virtues are in the ground, the waters, the plants, the heavens, and how to come to these enchantments, is the rich and royal man.” Ralph Waldo Emerson
With a message to save and protect Mother Earth, Presidians joined hands at the initiative to celebrate Earth Week at the school premises. They pushed forward the motto of ‘one earth, one life to save it’. Together they reflected on the current state of events and the efforts required to save the environment through various colourful posters and slogans*. It was a wonderful sight to see the young environmental leaders initiating to strive towards the meaningful and purposeful cause of saving their Mother Earth.
CROWNING THE LEADERS OF TOMORROW AT THE INVESTITURE CEREMONY
If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.
With this belief, an Investiture ceremony was organised at Presidium where the senior students of the school were recognized for their promising leadership and extraordinary contribution to the school. They were granted with the responsibility to lead their school through the Student Council.
At the ceremony Mrs. Sudha Gupta, very proudly, designated various esteemed badges to young Presidians, giving them various responsibilities to lead, guide and show the way.
The various roles endowed on them were School Head Girl, Head Boy, Cultural Head, Sports Head, and President Social Cause and President of Clubs. The Junior Council members were also given significant responsibilities to encourage them to learn to lead and take initiative at a young age. The parents were extremely proud and overwhelmed with joy to see their wards take on leadership responsibilities with such grace and dignity.
The ceremony is held every year to give an opportunity to the students to lead and set an example with their commitment, confidence and capability for their peers who would follow in their footsteps.