PRESIDIUM HOSTS INTER SCHOOL ZONAL DANCE COMPETITION
Dance is the conversation of the body with the soul. As an art form, it has been an integral part of Indian culture and heritage since ancient times. The diverse culture of India exquisitely treasures a wide variety of folk and tribal dance forms that vary in style of different regions across the country. It is rightly considered as one of the most captivating art forms and beautifully showcases self-expression. In its true sense, dance is not just a good form of exercise, but is also a great source for boosting creativity, imagination, confidence and focus of young hearts.
Therefore, when the Presidium hosted an exciting Zonal Folk Dance Competition, students did not let the opportunity fly by & displayed their brilliant dancing skills. The school was choc a bloc with countless students from over 24 participant schools, dressed in enticing traditional folk attires. Presidians from Dwarka 16B won the first prize for their remarkable performance.
It was a joy watching the children explore the rich cultural heritage of folk dances of India.
Celebrating the festive essence on Janmashtami
Presidians celebrate the pious occasion of Janmashtami with love and devotion. It was day full of joy and divine spirit. With festive gusto, the joyous celebration of Janmashtami was a remarkable day in the albums of memory. The dramatic enactments on the life of Krishna are a special feature that was showcased at Presidium. The special assembly for the students was also organized where they offered their prayers and chanted hymns. It was a day filled with the essence of divine spirit and the joy of celebration.
WORLD PHOTO DAY: EXHIBITION ON LIGHT, SHADOW & REFLECTION
On World Photography Day, Hocus Pocus Academy organized Photo Exhibition across the branches of Presidium, where the students took active part.
These photographs have been selected on the basis of creativity, originality, relevance and the added value they have brought to the theme – “Light, Shadow & Reflection”.
30 best photographs were selected from the Exhibition.
Cheers to the Top 6 students from the entries
Diksha Jain, VIII-D, Presidium Ashok Vihar
Isheeta Sehgal, IX-A, Presidium Dwarka 16B
Manan Bansal, VIII A, Presidium Faridabad
Nysa Singh, VIII-B, Presidium Gurgaon 57
Rudra Jasraj Rai, V-B, Presidium Dwarka 16B
Tanveer Singh, V-E, Presidium Dwarka 16B
PRESIDIANS SEEK BLESSINGS FROM THE DIGNITARIES ON RAKSHA BANDHAN
On the auspicious occasion of Raksha Bandhan our Presidians met the Hon'ble Home Minister Sri. Rajnath Singh, and the Hon'ble Chief Minister, Sri. Arvind Kejriwal. The day was celebrated with festive gusto and joy by the students of Presidium. They met them and tied beautiful Rakhis on their wrist, where some were personally hand carved. They gave warm and heartiest wishes of Raksha Bandhan to the students and the young ones sparkled with joy. It was a great opportunity for the Presidians to visit their house and celebrate the beautiful and sacred love of Raksha Bandhan. It was a moment of sheer bliss and love that lightened up the festive aura. It was a remarkable experience for the little ones.
CHERISHING THE BROTHER-SISTER LOVE ON RAKHI WITH THE CHAIRPERSON
On the occasion of Raksha Bandhan, our Presidians met the Hon’ble Chairperson, Mrs. Sudha Gupta. The children expressed their wish to get beautiful Rakhis tied on their wrists by the Chairperson, and she lovingly obliged by taking a few Rakhis and tying it on the students’ wrists. Mrs. Gupta appreciated the sincere act of the students. It was a day filled with the essence of the sacred love between a brother and sister. With the joy of celebration, students celebrated and cherished the day with her.
BLEND OF TRADITIONAL LOVE AT PRESIDIUM
Presidians celebrate Raksha Bandhan, the occasion of love and affection. It was a day full of joy with a blend of traditional values where the students paid respect to the relation of brother and sister and celebrated the event with a felling of love towards their culture.
On this festival, the students came together to learn the traditions and ethics that are celebrated. The school resonated with the song of love that is shared between a brother and sister. It was a moment of rejoice and utmost bliss to see everyone gathered in the belief of the tradition. It was a bouquet of sacred scent that created a traditional aura in the school premises.
YOUTH PARLIAMENT: A STEPPING STONE FOR FUTURE POLITICAL THINKERS
The youth of today have the power to dream, believe and create a better and brighter tomorrow. Youth Parliament at Presidium is a platform for our young leaders at Presidium to speak up and make an impact on the burning agendas of national importance. It is a forum for debates, opinions and ideas with a fresh take on national issues. With their active participation at the Youth Parliament held recently at Presidium, students stepped forward to express and manifest their views in an organised way with the target being participative dialogue in a format exactly prevalent in the Indian parliament scenario.
Youth Parliament is a unique programme that gives exposure to students and challenges their intellect. It brings the students closer with their critical thinking abilities to resolve, reconcile and settle issues that affect the nation. It is not just a platform for debates and discussions but it also conditions great minds to be the future leaders and thinkers.
Patriotic spirit dawns at Presidium
A national festival is an event to refine and rejoice the spirit of freedom. It inspires us to resolve to dedicate ourselves to the nation and everything linked to the interest of the motherland. It is an inspiration to take India to newer heights.
On this glorious day, Presidians came together to observe the day with great zeal and fervour. They paid their respect, greetings and homage to the leaders who led the country to its freedom.
The invaluable legacy inherited from the architects of the country has to be carried forward by the youth. They are the national pillars. By walking together, moving together, thinking together, and resolving together, they can indeed take this country to greater heights.
YOUNG CHESS WIZARDS COMPETE AT INTER PRESIDIUM CHAMPIONSHIP
Presidium’s chess wizards
participated in the brain game organized at Dwarka 22; where the players
demonstrated great skills on the chessboard and the high scores with each move
kept up the tempo of the game. The 4th Inter Presidium Chess
Championship saw the great champions face off in an ornate battle of strategies
participated in the championship and the winners were duly acknowledged with
trophies, shields and certificate. The overall Best branch, Best Branch Boys
& Girls trophies were won by Presidium, Indirapuram.
The competitive yet calm moves and
playing styles were a testimony of Presidians developing the skills of
concentration, critical thinking, abstract reasoning, problem solving,
strategic planning, and analysis.
MODEL UNITED NATIONS-DECODING THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL CRISIS AT ASHOK VIHAR
Global issues such as the environmental crisis are a menace for the human race. Discussions and debates on such issues play a key role in raising student awareness and fostering skills to contribute on a global level and come up with possible solutions. To bring students to the preface of the United Nations and familiarise them with its working and contributions, an interactive academic simulation was organised, famously known as the Presidium Model United Nations (PMUN).
At the session, the students divulged into the topics pertaining to the existential crisis that the environmental problems have created. Such encouraging rhetoric sessions challenge students to broaden their outlook, undertake responsibility, and holistically develop a sense of global citizenship in them thus leading them to join hands in the cause of saving mankind.