PRESIDIANS WIN BEST SCHOOL TROPHY IN INTER SCHOOL YOGA TOURNAMENT
Yoga champs of Dwarka 16 B have won the Best School Trophy with 2 gold, 3 silver, 1 bronze, in the Inter School Yoga tournament held on 7th November 2015, at Angel Public School, Vasundhara enclave, Delhi. Our champs Bhavia of Grade I and Khushi Rana of Grade VII won Gold, Diya Jain of Grade III, Tanya Sharma of Grade III and Tanishq Sharma of Grade V won a Silver, Aarav of Grade I won a Bronze medal. The event was Organized by Fastbod Sports Association. Well done champions! We are proud of you.
PRESIDIANS BRUSH UP THEIR HISTORICAL KNOWLEDGE AT ITIHAAS WALK
Cesare Pavese very rightly said, “We do not remember days, we remember moments”. We put this thought into action at Presidium, designing each day to be full of experiential learning for our Presidians. With the same objective in our Term 2 of Itihaas we organised a trip to Anangpur Village for Grade VII Dwarka 22 branch on 6th November 2015.
Excited Presidians were full of enthusiasm during the walk as they were all set to play the role of an interviewer, as a part of the module. They interacted with the villagers and got to interview Neha Didi as well who answered all their questions. These questions ranged from the history to the present day situation of the village.
Presidians learnt interesting anecdotes about the history of the village. They were informed that the village was built by a Tomar Rajput King, Anang Pal. They also got to know that people now inhabiting the village are not ‘Rajputs’ but they belong to the ‘Gujjar’ clan, which is a nomadic tribe settled here long time ago. They also gathered the administration details of the village like it falls under the Nagar Nigam.
They witnessed the development in the village as well, and got to see the facilities like schools for children, especially for the girl child, Pukka roads, transportation, hospitals, etc. They were thrilled to see the daily lifestyle of the villagers where they witnessed that domestic animals like cow, buffaloes and camels are an intrinsic part of the lives of the village folk. They also explored the narrow lanes of the village and visited the ‘Suraj Kund’ or the ‘Sun Lake’ built by the Tomar King.
The trip was a great learning experience for them as it unfurled many facts about the place which will be helpful for the students during the course of the term.
Chairperson HONOURS STUDENTS FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE AT PRESIDIUM ASHOK VIHAR
Presidium saluted the leaders of tomorrow in a special ceremony by felicitating the scholars for the session 2015-16 on 5th November, 2015 at Ashok Vihar to honour them for Academic Excellence. The purpose of the event which was held accross all the branches of Presidium, was to acknowledge students for their outstanding performance in Board Exams for this session. The event was headed by our honourable Chairperson Mrs. Sudha Gupta. In this exclusive event the Chairperson honoured each student for his/her achievement. Students were awarded for their excellent performance in academics, sports and extracurricular activities.
TALENTED PRESIDIAN YAJAT STEALS THE SHOW ON DELHI DOORDARSHAN
Our talented young Presidian Yajat Lamba of Vivek Vihar branch has made us proud by stealing the limelight in the programme ‘Satrangi Bachpan’ on Delhi Doordarshan. He confidently showcased his artistic skills in the programme and proved that he is true performer and an inspiration. Way to go, Yajat. We are proud of you.
PRESIDIANS SHINE AT THE DELHI SPORTS CARNIVAL
It has been aptly said that, “A healthy nation is always a wealthy nation”. Presidium School understands the integral role a school can play in the proper development of the students so that they mature into an asset for the country and the world at large. Holistic development of students is possible only when they are physically fit. The school offers a gamut of sports activities to choose from; there is a sports period every day and specific sports coaches for conducting the sports period.
Recently Presidians participated in the Delhi Sports Carnival in various sports like Skating Competition, Taekwando Championship and Table Tennis Tournament respectively on 4th, 5th and 7th November held in Poorv Khel Parisar, Dilshad Garden under the supervision of trained and specialized sports coaches. The students were full of enthusiasm in competing with each other which in turn helped them to develop sportsmanship and leadership qualities. Their joy indeed knew no bounds.
Out of 15 schools that participated in Delhi Sports Carnival following Presidians won different medals respectively: in the Skating Competition Gold Medals were won by Pranav from Noida 61 and Khushi from Vivek Vihar; Silver Medals were won by Atharv and Tisya from Anand Vihar; Pari, Dhanvi, and Atharv from Vivek Vihar and Bronze Medal was won by Dhanishta from Vivek Vihar. In Taekwando Championship Gold Medal was won by Pranav from Noida 61; Silver Medals were won by Akshit and Redhaan from Vivek Vihar; and Bronze Medals were won by Shreya, Yash, Laksh, and Aarnav from Vivek Vihar, as well as Laksh from Noida 61. In Table Tennis Tournament, out of the 12 Schools that participated in the tournament Yajat Lamba from Presidium Vivek Vihar bagged the Bronze Medal.
CHAIRPERSON HONOURED IN PRESENCE OF MAURITIAN PM & CABINET MINISTERS AT GLOBAL EVENT
Chairperson of Presidium, Mrs Sudha Gupta, has been honoured with Award of Excellence for her extraordinary contributions to the promotion of school education, at a high profile international event, organised by the India Mauritius Trade and Cultural Friendship Forum (IMTCFF) and the HR Association India. It was an initiative where Mauritius and India came together to join hands for trade and culture. The event guest list boasted of a grand lineup that included the Hon’ble Prime Minister of Mauritius HE Anerood Jugnauth who was the Chief Guest. Other dignitaries were Sri Kaptan Singh Solanki, Governor of Haryana; three cabinet ministers including Sri Bhupinder Singh from the Ministry of Rural Development; potential investors in Mauritius and 60 HR heads.
TEAM PRESIDIUM BAGS THIRD POSITION IN GROUP DANCE COMPETITION
Presidium Primary team from Gurgaon branch bagged third position in Modern Group Dance Competition. The competition was hosted by Lancers International School, DLF, Gurgaon. Our children competed with schools like Lancers International, Lancers Convent, and Ridge Valley etc. and gave an outstanding performance in the final round. Great going, team Presidium!
PRESIDIANS OF DWARKA 16B QUALIFY FOR CBSE NATIONAL SKATING COMPETITION
Our champs Pari Gulati of Grade VI and Krisha Gulati of Grade I of Presidium Dwarka 16B have qualified for CBSE National Skating Competition and made us proud by bagging one Silver and one Bronze medal each, in the championship. The event was held at Ramel Public School, Rohini on 27th and 28th October 2015 where around 800 students participated from the Northern States of our country such as Delhi, Chandigarh, Punjab, Jammu and Kashmir, etc.
PRESIDIAN BAGS GOLD AT CBSE CLUSTER SKATING CHAMPIONSHIP
Our champ Arman Khanna of Grade III from Presidium Ashok Vihar won a Gold medal in 500m Quads Race in CBSE Cluster Skating Championship on 28th October, 2015. The championship was held at Remal Public School. Amit has been selected for CBSE Nationals as well. The Nationals will be held at Barodra from 4th to 8th January 2016. Best of luck, Arman. We are sure you will come out with flying colours at the Nationals.
PRESIDIUM ASHOK VIHAR CELEBRATES VIGILANCE AWARENESS WEEK
The ability to use words effectively can enable a child to create his/her own unique identity. With this objective, a debate and essay writing competition was organized by Presidium Ashok Vihar in conjunction with Employees Provident Fund Organization on 28th October, 2015. The competition was organized to observe Vigilance Awareness Week and was based on the theme, “Preventive vigilance as a tool of good governance”.
The occasion was graced by the presence of the following guests, namely, Ms. Esha, Assistant Commissioner, Employees Provident Fund Organization, Wazirpur; Mr. Kishan Kumar and Mr. HRS Nain, Officers from Employees Provident Fund Organization; Ms. Ameeta Bhatia, Vice Principal Operations and Ms. Kavita Nath, Vice Principal (Academics).
The essay writing competition saw the young brains expressing their creativity. The winners for the competition were Simar Kaur, Manya Behal, Bhavya Arora Yash, Dhaiya, Kanishk Gupta and Tavishi Batra. Ms. Bhawna Sethi and Ms. Meenakshi Kalra judged the debate competition.