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PAST EVENTS

APR 27

Parent Teacher Meeting- 9:00-1:00 PM

Venue- MJS Hall

Incharge- Vice Principal


Univariety Help Desk for parents

Incharge- Ms. N. Fatima


Check Out for Summer Vacation- 9:00 AM onwards

Venue-MJS Hall

In charge- CSW

APR 26

Inter House Basketball -Middles (VIII to IX)

Incharge- HoD Sports


Fun Fair

Time-4:30 p.m. onwards

Incharge- RS Committee

APR 25

Inter House Basketball –Middles(VIII to IX)

Incharge- HoD Sports

APR 24

Time- 8:20-9:00 AM Incharge- HoD Sports

Three students from each house participated in the Inter-House Tennis Competition (Middle category). The competition was held at the school's tennis court on 17th April 2019. All the players performed well and were appreciated by everyone. The following Girls were the participants. I Position: Vasundhara House • Manjyot Kaur • Priyanshi Agrawal • Ananya Kocchar II Position: Yashodhara House • Pari Gupta • Ahana Basnet • Suhani S.Sasodia III Position: Madhavi House • Smahi Bansal • Devyani Mittal • Lavanya Mittal IV Position: Usha House • Aayushika Kalta • Rea Agarwal • Anjali Shakya

APR 23

Time- 8:20-9:00 AM Venue- MJS Hall Incharge- Ms. G. Kohli

On 23rd April, 2019 our school celebrated International Book Reading Day. The whole school – students and staff - assembled in the football court carrying a book. Settling down on the grass, with soft music playing in the background, everyone commenced reading together. This was followed by a special assembly related to the joy of reading and its importance in our lives. Snehal from class 7 performed a poem entitled "What is a book?' Mahika from class 12 shared her thoughts on her favourite book. Manjot from class 9 presented a quiz which included a unique ramp walk across the stage, featuring students wearing placards of authors around their necks that was a part of a quiz on famous writers. Many of the quiz questions were answered correctly, showing that reading was a popular pastime among many of the students.


Inter House Tennis – Middles(VIII to IX)

Incharge- HoD Sports

APR 22

Inter House Light Music Duet(OPEN)

Incharge- Mr. R. Shankar

APR 20

Duration- 20th and 21st April 2019 Incharge- HoD Sports

Twelve students from each house had participated in the Inter-House Basketball Competition in the middle category. The competition was held at the school's basketball court on 20th and 21st April 2019. The players of all houese performed well and they were appreciated by everyone. The following girls were the participants. I Position: Usha House II Position: Vasundhara House III Position: Yashodhara House IV Position: Madhavi House

APR 20

Time- 2:45 pm to 3:45 pm Venue- MJS Hall In charge- Mathematics Department

A film based on mathematics was screened for the students on 20th April in the MJS Hall from 2:45 pm to 3:45 pm, by the mathematics department. The film was titled "The Great Math Mystery- a documentary". It was a thought provoking exploration of math's astonishing power across the centuries. The students discovered the existence of mathematics in the swirl of a nautilus shell, the whirlpool of a galaxy, and the spiral in the center of a sunflower. They discovered how mathematics was essential to every aspect of life. The documentary featured astrophysicist and writer Mario Livio, who lead the students on an eye-opening journey to follow maths from Pythagoras to Einstein and beyond.


Health and Hygiene Checkup I (VI – IX)ends

In charge- Dr. A. Mittal

APR 19

Inter House Athletics - Middle (VIII to IX)

Incharge- HoD Sports

APR 17

The Football Tournament started on 17th April 2019. It was conducted in the memory of H.H.Late Rajmata Vijaya Raje Scindia. It was enjoyed thoroughly by everyone. Four teams participated namely- 1. Hooligan's FC – Captain (Bhumika Chettri) 2. Soccer Panther – Captain (Pavitra Bishwakarma) 3. Super Strikers – Captain (Richa Shree) 4. The Real Hustlers –Captain (Shristi Chhetri) The tournament was declared opened by the Vice Principal, Mrs. Naina Dhillon. The first match was between the Real Hustlers and the Soccer Panther. The Real Hustlers won with a score of 3-0. The second match was played between Super Strikers and Hooligan FC. Hooligan FC won with a score of 4-3. Two winning teams made it to the finals. The final match was held on 19th April 2019 between the Real Hustlers and Hooligans FC. The Real Hustlers Won with a score of 1-0. Our principal, Mrs. Nishi Misra, gave away the prizes at the closing ceremony. The prize winners were as follows: 1. Winner : The Real Hustlers 2. Runners Up: Hooligan's FC. 3. Best Player : Dike Choden Bhutia (The Real Hustlers ) 4. Most Promising Player : Nayssa Sood ( Super Strikers ) 5. Best Goal Keeper : Niharika Konsana (Super Strikers)

APR 17

On 17th April 2019, Mr. Mahesh Mishra, Chief consultant of Forest Conservation visited Scindia Kanya Vidyalaya, Gwalior campus. He had half an hour interactive session with students and staff. He shared valuable information about forest conservation, water conservation etc. He also shared how to do home gardening, save animals and birds. Our students were excited to know about saving the birds and animals and asked questions to enhance their knowledge of conservation of life on earth.


Duration: 17th - 22th April 2019 Venue- Birla Vidya Mandir, Nainital Incharge- Mr. Peter Strange and Mr. B.Rao and escorted by Dr. Arnima Rastogi

The Inter-School YOUNG IDEATORS CONCLAVE, was held at Birla Vidya Mandir, Nainital from 17th to 22nd April 2019. 7 students from our school,trained by Mr. Peter Strange and Mr. B.Rao and escorted by Dr. Arnima Rastogi, Akshita Grover, Samradhi Agarwal, Aashi Bhagat, Khushi Parihar, Vidhishree Bandal, Anushka Bajpai, Divyanshi Tandon, Participated in all the events of the Conclave. The events of the Young Ideators Conclave were: Debate turncoat, Debate extempore,Art installation, Gk Quiz, Creative Writing Prose Creative Writing Poem- Samradhi Agrawal of class 12 got the first prize in Poetry Writing (Gold Medal). It was a memorable and an enriching experience for all the students.


Inter House Athletics - Middle (VIII to IX)

In charge- HoD Sports


Faculty Meeting- Hindi

Venue- Conference Room Time- 2:00 p.m.

Incharge- HoD Hindi


School Safety Committee Meeting

Incharge- PA to Principal

APR 16

Duration: 16th - 18th, 2019 Incharge- Shweta Choudhary

IPSC MUN 2019 was held at Rajkumar College, Rajkot from 16/4/19 to 18/4/19. There were five committees namely • United Nations Security Council • United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime • Continuous Crisis Committee • All India Political Party Meet • The Arab League • The International Press The agendas for the committees were mainly based on proposing solutions for the dominant world problems like terrorism, drug trafficking and political instability. The secretary general expected the delegates to provide sustainable solutions to the problems which remain unsolved so far. A crisis was created in every committee to assess swiftness of thought and decision making. This helped the students to learn on how to deal with stressful situations and think critically. Students got the opportunity to interact with the principal and the faculty members of Rajkumar College and the delegates from the other schools during the principal's dinner. Mr. Peter Cook, a diplomat from the UK presided over as the chief guest at the closing ceremony. He also encouraged all the delegates to enthusiastically participate in MUNs. Saumya Sarda got a verbal mention for her participation as a delegate from Qatar. It was a very enriching experience for all the delegates as they learnt to put across their points diplomatically and work unanimously in order to reach a specified goal. Mrs Shweta Choudhary escorted the delegation.

APR 16

On the 15th and 16th April 2019, Dr. Chinu Agarwal, a renowned psychologist enriched the students of classes 6, 7 and 8 with her thought provoking lecture. Her talk was on "Study Skills and Techniques Program". The students were taught how they can study and memorize in an effective way along with ways in which they can organize themselves in order to be more focused.


Inter House Athletics - Middle (VIII to IX)

Incharge- HoD Sports

APR 15

Time- 2:45 p.m. Venue- Computer Lab Incharge- Ms. B. Saxena

An Inter House Digital Poster Making competition was held on 15th April 2019. Each house had two students participating and, in total, there were four teams. Each team had to design a poster on a given topic. The topics were either: "Summer Food Festival" or "Bansant Panchami Celebrations" in Scindia Kanya Vidyalaya". Students were asked to select one topic out of the two. Ms Bela Saxena was in charge of the event. The following were the criteria for judgement: 1) Vision 2) Originality 3) Creativity 4)Overall Impact The results were as follows: Madhavi House –I Yashodhara House--II Usha House –III Vasundhara House --- IV


Duration: 2:45 p.m.-3:45 p.m. Venue- Art Room Incharge- Ms. Kavita Pillai, Mr. B.Rao, & Ms. Arnima Rastogi.

Imagination is the key to creativity and children can be trained in many ways to develop a strong imagination. One of the ways is through painting. Our school organized an Inter-Class Poster Making Competition for class 6 and 7, on 15th April 2019, in the respective classrooms. The theme of the competition was '' Save Water Save life", and "Valley Of Flower". The paintings were judged on the following criteria: Adherence to the theme, Innovation, neatness, creative approach and colour harmony. Two students from each house participated in the competition. The judges were : Ms. Kavita Pillai, Mr. B.Rao, and Ms. Arnima Rastogi.
The results were as follows- Position in class 6th - 1st - Sushika - 6A, 2nd - Rishika - 6B, 3rd - Vaanya Saraf - 6B, Position in class 7th - 1st - Kalpana - 7A, 2nd- Vaishnavi - 7B, 3rd- Naavya Gupta - 7A


Time- 3:45 p.m.-4:45 p.m. Venue- MJS Hall Incharge- Ms. M.Sekhar

On the 15th of April 2019, four houses competed in the Scindia Kanya Vidyalaya Inter-House Western Music Vocals Solo competition. The theme was acoustic pop and rock. This was selected to showcase different styles of singing with minimal instrumentation. In most cases only the minus one track of the piano of that particular song was played while the student sang. Sound did prove to be a hurdle for a few moments. Students were trained to be prepared to work around any glitches that may occur while performing. Judges: 1. Ms. Mridhula Sekhar, 2. Mr. Mohsin Khan, 3. Mr. Peter Strange The 4 students were: 1. Usha House - Cinderela – who sang "Like I'm Gonna Lose You" originally performed by Meghan Trainor and John Legend. She was awarded first place for her meticulous and pitch perfect rendition of the song. 2. Yashodhara House - Aniben Rai sang "Shallow" originally performed by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper. She was awarded second place for her powerful rendition of the song. 3. Madhavi House - Shreya Choudary song was "Somewhere Only We Know" originally performed by Keane. She was awarded the third place. 4. Vasundhara House - Rishita choice of song was "So Far Away" originally performed by David Guetta and Martin Garrix. The filler performance was by Krithika Choudary of Yashodhara House. The song was "Stitches" originally by Shawn Mendes. The competition was well received by the Vice Principal.


Time- 2:45 p.m.-3:45 p.m. Venue- MJS Hall Incharge- Mr. V.Rathod

Inter House Tabla Competition (Open) was scheduled on 15.04.2019. All four houses participated in it. Mr O.P Bhargava , Mr. Vinay Binde and Mr. Rahees Khan were the judges of the Competition. Diya Dhall from Yashodhara house played a Tabla solo in Rupak tala. She started her performance by a sada tukra, and followed this with a kayda some sada tukra, chakradar tukra, sadi paran. She concluded her performance with some tihayes. Khushi Singhal from Usha House played tabla solo in teentala. She commenced her performance with a peshkar continuing with a kayda "Tirakita". She concluded with some sada tukra, chakradar and tukra. She also played a Tihaye with a gap of 1/2 matra dam. She concluded her performance by a chakradar tihaye Neyoshi Sachdev from Madhavi house played a tabla solo in Jhaptala. She started her performance with a sada tukra. She also played peshkar, kayda, some sada tukra, chakradar tukra, and sadi paran. She concluded her performance with a tihaye. Mansi Agrawal from Vasundhara house played a tabla solo in Teentala. She began with a peshkar continuing with a kayad of "TITA" in tisra jati. She also played some sada tukra, chakradar tukra and sadi paran, concluding her performance with a chakradar tihaye. The result of the competition were as follows:- 1st Prize - Mansi Agrawal Vasundhara house 2nd Prize – Neyoshi Sachdev Madhavi House 3rd Prize – Diya Dhall Yashodhara House The individual results are as follows - 1st: Ashi Bhagwat, class X 2nd: Khushi Nayyar, class XII 3rd: Arushi Pandey, class X House Position- 1st: Vasundhara 2nd: Madhvi 3rd: Yashodhara

APR 14

Duration: 11th - 14th, 2019

With the new session 2019-20 beginning, the first session of self defence held from 11th April 2019 – 14th April 2019 by the organization "Safe Campus". Ms. Ekta Doobe and Ms. Lavanya Gauri were the resource person for the first session of the self defence workshop. The first session was about self-protection. Students were taught simple yet effective techniques to protect themselves. They were also told the importance of being aware and alert. Students from classes VI to XII attended the session and gave a very a positive feedback on their experience. They found the sessions interesting and said that it had been a wonderful learning experience.

APR 14

Self Defence Session I ends

Incharge- Ms Vinita & Ms Ayushi

APR 13

Ram Navami

APR 11

Incharge- HoD Sports

Four Girls from each house had participated in the Inter House Table Tennis Competition in the middle category. The competition was held on 11th April 2019 in the school's table tennis room in the administrative block. The players from all the houses performed well and were appreciated by everyone. The following girls were the participants. I Position: Madhavi House II Position: Yashodhara House III Position: Usha House IV Position: Vasundhara House


Self Defence Session I begins

Incharge- Ms. Vinita & Ms.Ayushi

APR 10

Achievers' Party

Inharge- PA to Principal


Inter House Badminton ( Middle VIII to IX)

Incharge- HoD Sports


Faculty Meeting- English

Venue- Conference Room Time- 2:00 p.m.

Incharge- HoD English

APR 09

Inter House Badminton (Middles VIII to IX)

Incharge- HoD Sports

APR 08

Duration: 8th - 13th April, 2019

Under a student exchange programme, 2019-2020, Scindia Kanya Vidyalaya, Gwalior hosted students of class VII from Happy Day School, Shivpuri from 8th April to 13th April 2019.
A team of 8 students and 1 escort teacher arrived at SKV on 7th April 2019. They were accommodated in Usha House. A formal introduction with the students of the house was done during night assembly.
The students followed the school schedule from morning games till night assembly. They were the part of our activities where they learnt Dance and Clay Modelling and at game timings they chose Taekwondo as a specialized sport.
A visit to Jai Vilas Palace, Tansen Tomb and Gwalior Fort was organized for the visitors who enjoyed their visit to the historical sites of Gwalior. On 13th April 2019 evening, Happy Day School students finally said goodbye to all the classmates, housemates and were gifted a lot of greetings cards as souvenirs from their new-found SKV friends.
As a fitting farewell, the Happy Day School students sang their school song during the school assembly which was appreciated by all.


Venue- Art Room Incharge – Mrs. Sanjita Luthra, Ms. Vinita, Mr. B.Rao.

Imagination is the key to creativity and children can be trained in many ways to develop stronger skills of imagination. One of the ways is through painting. Our school organized an Inter-House Landscape Painting Competition for Senior Category on 8 April 2019 in the painting room. The theme of the competition was ''Imaginative Landscape ''. The paintings were judged on the following criteria: Adherence to the theme, Innovation, neatness, creative approach and colour harmony. Two students participated from each House. The judges were: Mrs. Sanjita Luthra , Ms. Vinita, Mr. B.Rao.
The results were as follows- Individual Position - 1st - Tanvi Singh, 2nd - Dolly Mehani, 3rd - Kritika Choudhary
House Position - 1st - Vasundhara House 2nd- Usha House 3rd- Yashodhara House


Time- 2:45 p.m. Venue- Computer Lab Incharge- Ms. M. Gupta

The Inter-House Digital Artwork Competition for the senior category took place on 8th April 2019 in the computer lab. The topic for the competition was "Doodling on the name of SKV, depicting the unique values followed in the school". The software used was Adobe Photoshop CS6 or CC. Two participants from each house participated in the competition. Results were as follows: Position House Marks I Vasundhara 79/100 II Madhavi 71/100 III Usha 66/100


Venue- Classrooms(during Hindi classes) Incharge- Ms. V. Shrivastava

On 8th April 2019, the Inter Class Hindi Poetry Competition took place for classes VI, VII, VIII. All students from these classes participated in the competition. Different topics were given to the students according to their grade. The time limit was 40 minutes. There was much enthusiasm to give of your best for your house and the results were as follows: Class VI 1st position = Nancy Agrawal 2nd Position = Manali Agrawal 3rd position = Shriparna Tiwari
Class VII 1ST position = Tanishka Agrawal 2nd position = Kalpana 3rd position = Manasvi Mugdal
ClassVIII 1st position = Anushka Khare 2nd position= Kanisha Rai 3rd position= Aanya Rai


Time- 2:45-3:45 PM Venue- MJS Hall Incharge – Ms. A. Sharma

On 8th April 2019, inter-house Hindi extempore competition took place in the MJS hall. Two students from each house participated in the competition. Different topics for the extempore was given to the student on the same day. The time limit was two minutes. All the students who participated spoke really well with full enthusiasm and were appreciated by all.
The individual results are as follows - 1st : Ashi Bhagat , class X 2nd :Khushi Nayyar, class XII 3rd : Arushi Pandey, class X
House Position- 1st : Vasundhara 2nd : Madhvi 3rd: Yashodhara


Face to Face Counselling (X & XII) ends

Incharges- Ms. S. Yadav & Ms. N. FatimaIncharges- Ms. S. Yadav & Ms. N. Fatima

APR 07

Movie Fest ends

Venue- MJS Hall

Incharges- Ms. G. Kohli & Mr. P. Strange


Environment Awareness Walk

Incharges – Dr. B. Mehta & Ms. M.Dixit


Workshop by Univariety (X & XII)

Incharges- Ms. N. Fatima

APR 06

Time- 6:30 p.m. onwards Venue- MJS Hall Incharge- Ms. S. Luthra

At SKV there are many occasions to celebrate but among all of them one of the most important celebrations is at the start of the new session when we welcome new sisters to a large, loving and lustrous family. Our musical entertainment began with a touch of traditional Indian orchestral music performed by our music society. This musical piece consists of many different technicalities. They are called Jhala in Miya Malharband, Uthan on Tabla in ektal with paramparagat bandish. Finally the orchestra switched from Indian classical to Bollywood with a surge of many familiar tunes. It was an entertaining orchestral extravaganza, which was thoroughly enjoyed by everyone! The Indian vocal society presented a ghazal about Bholenath's holi which is unique as it is played using ash. After this performance, many traditional dance forms were showcased. The segment of traditional dance forms started with Sufi Kathak - Aatma and Parmatama expressed through music and dance. Bharatnatyam-Thillana , with a touch of Krishna Bhakti. Thillana is in Geetdwani raga in Atta Tala. Bollywood with kathak flavour. Both the kathak performances were choreographed by Meghna di. The next dance performance was an Indo-Western fusion between traditional Bharatnatyam and popular Bollywood. Both the Bharatnatyam performances were choreographed by Kavita di. The Western music vocals group and choir represented and showcased different genres of music through different periods of time. This was headed by Mridhula Sekhar. From Disney and Disco to Rock, this choir brought the best of harmony, gumption and togetherness. 4 houses, 4 different genres of music a final montage of 46 students, all from 1 school, this choir took us back in time.


Venue – Classrooms(during English Classes) Incharge- Ms. G. Kohli

On April 7th, 2019 an Inter-class English poetry writing competition was held in the school during English class time. Students of all classes participated in this competition. This time a new approach was attempted, and instead of giving specific topics, various images were shown to different classes, and participants were required to compose a poem on their perception of these visuals. This permitted the students to give full reign to their creativity and imagination. The images were taken from the covers of various books, and included a butterfly (for Class 6), a chess board (for Class &), a sea shore (for Class 8) birds in flight (for class 9), a breaking heart (class 10) and an abstract theme for Class 12. The result was an eclectic mix of poetic expressions. Lavanya Singh, from Class 6, Navya Agarwal from Class 7, Ishika Gupta from Class 8, Adya Gupta from Class 9, Lanleima Konsam from Class 10 and Sunaina Mishra from class 12 were awarded for their poetic talents.

APR 05

Inter HouseAthletics ( Middles- VIII to IX)

In charge- HoD Sports

APR 04

Duration: 4th - 7th April, 2019 Venue- MJS Hall Incharges- Ms. G. Kohli & Mr. P. Strange

For four evenings running, from April 4th to April 7th, MJS hall was a regular destination of all students as they eagerly sat through an evening's entertainment at the movies. It was a reprise of an early time, before television and the internet, when cinema was a popular form of entertainment. The movie fest 2019 was much anticipated by the students, who were anxious to know what films were included in the fest this year. The event was an entertaining curtain raiser for the new session and the films that were selected were done so to appeal to a wide range of movie fans. There was the statutory Hindi movie and a mix of family dramas, romances and thrillers, as well as an animated film for the younger audience, especially the Class 6 Holding House girls, who were experiencing their first few days away from home. As the lights came up on the last picture show, there were many in the hall who longed for it to go on even further. However, the happy thought to keep in mind is that there will be more movies to come in the line-up of entertainment that SKV provides the student body. A big "thank you" to Geeta-di and all the others who worked behind the scenes.


Incharge- HoD Sports

Four Girls from each house had participated in the Inter-House Badminton Competition in the middle category. The competition was held on 4th April 2019 in the school auditorium. All the players from SKV performed well and were appreciated by everyone. The following girls were the participants. I Position: Vasundhara House II Position: Usha House III Position: Yashodhara House IV Position: Madhavi House


HMs Meeting with Principal

Venue- Conference Room Time- 5:00 p.m.

Incharge- HoD Sports


Health and Hygiene Checkup I (VI – IX) begins /h3>

Incharge- Dr. A. Mittal

APR 03

New session begins(VI-X & XII)

Venue- MJS Hall

Incharges- Ms. G. Kohli & Mr. P. Strange


Orientation by Univariety for New Class IX

Incharge- Ms. N. Fatima


Incharges- Ms. S. Yadav & Ms. N. Fatima

Saumya Tripathi and Stuti Jain were two career councillors from "Univariety" who were at SKV from April 3rd to April 8th, counselling students of classes 10 and 12. They guided the students of Class 10 regarding the stream they should opt for in the Plus 2 course of study, depending on their aptitude and personal interests. The students of Class 12 were counselled regarding the various colleges and courses that are available in the subjects of their choices. An introduction to university and career counselling was done with class 9 students, as well, by Ms. Priya Arora and the girls attempted the learning style assessment that was on offer. CV building was an important area that was covered at the workshop with Class 12 students, while Class 10 students has the chance to discuss stream selection processes with Ms. Priya Arora and even took the learning style assessment on offer. The counsellors also conducted effective career workshops with students of classes 10 and 12. With the students of class 10 the focus was on stream selection and how to choose the best fit courses for oneself; while the students of class 12 were taught CV building and the skills that are required in this crucial area. The workshop ended with a question and answer session with the organizers.

APR 02

New Admissions to Report

Incharges- Ms. G. Kohli & Mr. P. Strange