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PAST EVENTS

JUL 30

Venue- MJS Hall   Incharge- Ms. O. Anand

Inter Class Story Telling Competition (Class 8-9) was held on July 30, 2018 in MJS Hall. Two students from each section participated.
Participants were allowed to narrate story of any genre. Students were trained and they put in their best efforts and gave a good presentation.
The students were judged on Memorization,mimickry, Voice modulation, gesture,facial and body expression .
The result of the event is as follows:
Class 8 - 1. Smahi Bansal, 2. Samaya Agarwal, 3. Avni Pandey
Class 9 - 1. Sudiksha Agarwal, 2. Vrinda Bansal, 3. Surabhi Bindra

JUL 30

Venue- MJS Hall   Incharge– Mr. M. Khan

On 30 July 2018 we had inter-house western choir competition in MJS at 3:45 pm in this the theme was Abba song to sang with the student improvisation & creativity and senior student have to train junior member of there group the maximum participation is 40 and the minimum is 20 they have to perform song in 2 voice at least or they can sing in 3 or 4 voice also the judging criteria was like this. TONE - 10, BEAT - 10,IMPROVISATION - 10, SYNCRONASTSION - 10, OVERALL IMPACT - 10, TOTAL - 50
Songs performed by houses are as follow:Chiquitita by Usha house, Mama mia by Vasundhara house, Dancing Queen by Yashodhara house, Super trouper by Madhvi house
Result:1st Place Usha House, 2nd Place Madhvi House,3rd Place Vasundhra House

JUL 30

Tree Plantation

Tree Plantation
Incharge – Ms. S.Bhatnagar & Ms. R.Singh

JUL 30

Volley ball (open)

Volley ball (open)
Incharge – HoD Sports

JUL 28

Venue– Classrooms   Incharge- Maths Department

On 28th July'18, Sudoku activity was conducted by Maths department for classes ix – x. Sudoku is a logic based combinatorial number placement puzzle. It not only increases the logical thinking in children but also improves their concentration and brain power.
Students were asked to fill a 9×9 grid such that each column, each row and each of the nine 3×3 subgrids that compose the 9×9 grid contain all the digits from 1 to 9 in such a way that the same single digit should not appear twice in the same row, column or any of the nine 3×3 subgrids. Students thoroughly enjoyed the activity.

JUL 28

Wynberg Allen School organised 5th annual business festival "Negotium Agon" on 28th July 2018. A total of 37 schools participated in the festival.
The competition comprises of (a) Business Quiz, (b) Dimoprasia (Auction Round), (c) La Marque (Logo Designing and Tagline Making), (d) Vine Video, (e) Tangozo (Enactment Round)
Morning session started at 9am where all the participants were briefed about the rules of various competitions thereafter team participating in business quiz headed toward the Gymnasium hall for the preliminary round of business quiz in which only 6 teams qualified out of 37 teams participating from various schools. Simultaneously, Auction Round was held at school auditorium.
After the Auction Round, the Final Round of Business Quiz was organised at the auditorium, whereas, other students along with their respective products started with the making of Vine Videos and Logo Designing.
2nd Session was after the Lunch break which was initially addressed by the guest of honours Mr Kartik Taneja (Director - Channel Sales EMEA, Google) and the Chief Guest Ms. Shikha Sqd. Leader(retd.) and Captain Kunal (retd.).
After their address to the gathering Vine videos and Logos were displayed for being judged. In final stage all participating school were asked to show the small skit prepared by them based on the product. Thereafter there was Prize distribution ceremony and vote of thanks by the principal Mr. L.Tindale.
The students brought back laurels and added glory to the name of our institution.
• Radhika Agarwal & Devanshi Singh - 3rd Position (Vine Videos).
• Kashish Arora - Outstanding Performance.
• Kritika Arora - Promising Performance.

JUL 27

Venue– The Scindia School Fort, Gwalior Duration: 27th to 28th July 2018
Incharge- Ms. Anita Khurana, Ms. Meenakshi Misra, Ms. Geeta Jadon and Ms. Pavitra Tomar

A two day conference 'I CAN' was organized by The Scindia School Fort on 27th to 28th July 2018. 39 students of S.K.V accompanied by Ms. Anita Khurana, Ms. Meenakshi Misra, Ms. Geeta Jadon and Ms. Pavitra Tomar attended the conference.
I CAN is a unique educational concept and it is a brain child of The Doon School alumni Akshit Batra. It aims to develop life skills and hone soft skills of the students. I CAN conference at its core is a simulation of the corporate and political world. During the course of this simulation each participant gets to reprise the roles of corporate tycoons, social innovators, journalists, politicians, bureaucrats etc. The I CAN conference was a great learning outcome for the students.
In this conference the CEO's lead, motivate and coordinate their teams to work towards common organisational goals, while advertising department makes electronic and print advertisements and negotiate with media houses for newspaper slots and TV screening time. Entrepreneurs pitch ideas to potential investors, gaining not only economic but socio-political capital. At the same time politicians are campaigning through rallies, manifestos and speeches to garner votes , gain the favor of the media and corporates- all towards the formation of a ruling coalition which may or may not survive the no confidence motion in the parliamentary proceedings.

JUL 27

Incharge- Sanjita luthra

On 27th July 2018 Little Angels High School, Gwalior organized a painting competition KALA SANGAM. The Competition was conducted under two categories with three groups in each. Category I was for school level and category II for college level.
Four girls escorted by Mrs. Geeta Jadon participated under category I in group II (VI-IX) and group III(X-XII).Two participants were allowed in each group. Nandini Tiwari (IX) and Tanvi Singh (VIII) participated in collage and Devangana Sharma (X) and Aashima Gambhir (X) in Doodling based on theme Vision Towards Zenith. The art work was judged on the criteria of creativity, neatness, originality and interpretation of the topic.
Devangana Sharma and Aashima Gambhir secured first position in doodling out of ten schools and received gift hampers and certificate.

JUL 26

Inter House Taekwondo (Srs.)

Inter House Taekwondo (Srs.)
Incharge – HoD Sports

JUL 25

Venue- Conference Room, Kamla Bhavan Time: 8:30AM to 10:00AM
Conducted by: Ms. S.YADAV, MS. N.S.FATIMA | Attended by: House mothers of all schools

• Under the guidance of V.P ma'am and CSW , the residential counselors , Ms. Yadav and Ms. Fatima conducted a workshop on Communication Skills for the house mothers of Yashodhara,Usha, Madhavi , Vasundhara and Vijya House.
• The objectives of the workshop was to :
- orient the participants of various forms of verbal, written and non verbal communication
- reflect on different methods of communication and decide when each is most suitable
- appreciate the role of body language and speech qualities in effective communication
- enable participants to communicate clearly and effectively as well as enhancing interpersonal skills and build rapport with others
• The workshop was divided into two halves :i)Verbal Communication,ii)Non Verbal Communication
• Ms. N.S. Fatima ,covered verbal communication in her presentation , she talked about the various forms of verbal and written communication , a short role play was enacted on effective way of making and receiving telephonic calls , posting text messages on official group and writing emails .
• Ms. S.Yadav covered non verbal communication in her presentation, she talked about various components of non verbal communication such as facial expressions, the tone and pitch of the voice, clothing , gestures displayed through body language (kinesics) and the physical distance between the communicators (proxemics).
• These non-verbal signals can give clues and additional information and meaning over and above spoken (verbal) communication.
• The counselors concluded the workshop with strategies to enhance verbal and non verbal communication.
• V.P ma'am and CSW shared their valuable inputs with the participants in the end.

JUL 24

Venue- Indore Duration– 24th - 30th July, 2018 Incharges- HOD Sports

The following girls Participated in Swimming State Competition held at Indore from 24th to 30th July 2018. All the girls performed well and were appreciated.1. ASHLESHA BAJPAI 200mt. Back – 4th Position ,200mt. Butterfly- 4th Position , 4x100 free style Relay- 5th Position , 4x100 Medley relay 5th Position 2.NIYASHA CHOUDHARY,50mt Back stroke- 5th Position ,4x100 free style Relay- 5th Position, 4x100 Medley relay 5th Position 3. ARSHIYA RAWAL -50mt Butterfly - 4th Position, 100mt Butterfly – 4th Position, 4x100 free style Relay- 5th Position, and 4x100 Medley relay 5th Position 4. ADYA SINGH-200mt freestyle -5th Position, 400 freestyle – 6th Position, 4x100 free style Relay- 5th Position.

JUL 24

Inter House English Dramatics (Vasundhara and Yashodhara House)

Venue- MJS Hall

In charges- All teachers of English

JUL 23

Venue- Computer Lab Time: 3:00PM to 4:30PM Incharges- Ms. B. Saxena

Inter house digital cartoon making competition was held on 23rd July 2018.
One participant from each house had to take part. Topic was given to them prior to the competition. Participants were given the following instructions:-
1.The media for making cartoon will be Paint Brush.
2.One and half hour will be given for the competition.
3.Marks will be awarded on originality, Neatness, Relevant to the topic and Overall impact.
Topic for digital cartoon making competition was -
HONESTY, a Weapon Against Corruption
Result is as follows-
1. Ms Shreya Prasad – Yashodhara House,2. Ms Sana Tripathi – Vasundhara House,3. Ms Sanvi Agrawal – Madhavi House
Note – Due to COAS visit competition was postponed from 21st to 23rd july i.e. Monday

JUL 23

Inter House English Dramatics (Madhavi and Usha House)

Venue- MJS Hall

In charges- All teachers of English

JUL 23

Duration: 23-25 July, 2018 Venue- Sculpture Room Incharges– P. BUJINGA RAO

The Inter house wood carving competition (open category) took place from 23rd July to 25th July 2018. A workshop was organised prior to the competition to make the participants familiar with art of wood carving. The workshop lasted for three days in which the students got the exposure to enhance their carving skills.
Participants from all the houses were provided with wooden blocks along with the wood carving tools for the competition. The theme for the competition was imaginative composition where students had the liberty to choose their topics .The participants came up with creative ideas and showed combination between peace and violence where as some chose nature as their theme depicting landscapes and varieties of flower composition.
The competition was conducted during the activity period in the presence of the art teacher in the sculpture room. Two students participated from each house. The competition was judged by three jury members who were Ms. Meghna Sharma, Ms. Kavita Pillai and Mr. Vinay Rathore .The judgement criteria was: Refinement, Aesthetics, and Creativity & Total Impact.
The following positions were secured by the houses:
1st position was secured by Vasundhara House., 2nd position was secured by Madhavi House., 3rd position was secured by Usha house.

JUL 23

Inter House Badminton (Srs.)

Inter House Badminton (Srs.)
Incharge – HoD Sports

JUL 21

Venue- MJS Hall Time– 6:30 PM Incharges- Ananya Gupta

An entertainment eve is always awaited and yashodhara house was ready to put up the best one. Geared up in Patiala suits with parandas tied in their hair the girls were all set to show how Punjabi's celebrate Lohri. The evening started with the introduction of the chief guest, Mr. Prakash Prajapati and then taken over by the Randhawa Family. This family had everyone clutch their stomach due to the laughter that had filled the auditorium. Performances like Gidda and Bhangra added colour to the theme whereas the band got the gathering's feet tapping while they sung along with the melodies. The evening came near its closure with the whole house coming together and grooving to the beats of 'Veeray' and ended with the much awaited dance party.

JUL 19

Venue- Bhopal Duration– 19th to 24th July 2018 Incharges- HOD Sports

The following girls Participated in Swimming State Competition held at Bhopal from 19th to 24th July 2018. . All the girls performed well and were appreciated.
1. SHRIYAM BANSAL – 50mt. Butterfly – Bronze, 2.OJAS YADAV – 400mt. IM – Bronze, 3. SHAMBHAVI DIXIT- 50mt.Butter – Silver,100mt. Butter - Silver , 200mt. Butterfly- Silver ,4x100 Free Relay – Silver ,4x100 Medley Relay- Silver, 4.RUNJHUN AGRAWAL - 800mt freestyle – Bronze, 5.ANANAYA SHARMA - 50mt. Back – Bronze, 100mt. Back – Silver, 200mt. Back – Bronze, 4x100 Free Relay – Silver, 4x100 Medley Relay- Silver, 6.VALINTEENA -100mt. Freestyle – Silver ,200mt. Freestyle – Brozne,400mt. freestyle- Silver, 4x100 Free Relay – Silver, 4x100 Medley Relay- Silver.

JUL 18

Inter-House Table Tennis (Srs.)

Incharge- HoD Sports

JUL 17

,  Incharges- Ms. G.Sandhu

Mind Smart 2018 is a Peer Educators' Leadership Course by Expressions India, it involves a series of workshops on peer education. This course consists of 5 workshops and, on the 17th of July, 2018 five students of standard XII went to Delhi to attend its third session on;
• Preventing Substance Abuse and Allied High Risk Behaviours.
• Media literacy: Learning Life Skills from the Visual Medium.
The session was led by Dr J. Nagpal and his team, the students took part in the discussion and gained knowledge on these topics through role plays, jingles, street plays and group discussions. Topics discussed were drug abuse, gateway drugs, reasons and consequences of drug abuse and substance abuse prevention. There was also a discussion on Media Literacy and Social Change through Development of Critical Thinking Skills.

JUL 16

Inter-House Hindi Debate Competition(Srs.)

Venue- MJS Hall

Incharge- Ms. A. Kashyap

JUL 16

Venue- Library , Incharges- Ms. A. Sharma & Ms. G. Kohli

Hindi article writing competition was held in the library on July 16, 2018. Sixteen students from all houses participated in the competition. The time duration for the competition was one hour. Participants got ten topics on the spot. From those topics, they had to choose one topic.
The articles were Peace of mind, Corruption in India, Healthy India, Terrorism and society, Duty is high with emotion, Literacy requirement, Simple living high thinking, Tricolour, That unforgettable moment, I wish it would come true.
The participants enjoyed the activity and sincerely presented their views during the competition.
The Judgement was based on content (20), Adherence to the theme (10), conventions (10), and language and style (10). Hindi article were checked by Ms. Vaishali Shrivastava and Ms. Anita Kashyap.
The Results for Articles Writing Competitions were as follow:
Valinteena Kapoustianskaya from Usha house and B. Mohita from Madhavi House shared the first position with 66/100. Second position was bagged by Gaurvi Bharukha from Yashodhara House 65/100 and Mahima Dagar got the third position 60/100 from Vasundhara House.
The house results for the Hindi article writing completion was as follow:
Ist position = Yashodhara House, 2nd position = Madhavi House, 3rd position = Usha House

JUL 16

Venue- Jr. Block , Incharges- Mr. A. Sharma & Mr. B. Rao

The Inter house Collage making contest for class IX to XII was held on 16th July, 2018.They were provided old magazines glue & scissors ,The small hands got to work and within the stipulated time they came out with some innovative work of art which was very interesting incorporating in various mediums together. The competition was conducted during the activity period by art teacher in the Sculpture room. Students were grouped house -wise with each group having maximum 2 members. The best three entries irrespective of the house were selected for the final judgment.
Topics for the competition: Youth of India
Final Round judgment was carried out on 17.07.2018
Mr. V.Rathor from Music Dept. Mrs.M.Sharma from Dance Dept. and Mrs. S.Luthra HOD of P&VA Dept. were the judges.
Entries were judged based on creativity, Use of magazine, Refinement & Overall Impact Winners:
First position – Mushka Arya -XI & Dolly Mehani-XI, Second position – Tanisha Arora-X & Haripriya Gupta-X, Third Position– Khushi Agrawal-XI & Meeta-IX

JUL 16

Inter-House Table Tennis (Mdls.)

Incharge- HoD Sports

JUL 14

Venue- MJS Hall   Time- 6:30PM Incharge- Ms. P. Khichi

Fresher's Eve, the most anticipated and awaited event of the year was celebrated with incredible amount of energy ,enthusiasm and entertainment on the 14th of July 2018. A warm and special day for every fresher to cherish in her heart for the rest of the year. The fresh faces of the academic year 2018 held the audience in rapt attention with their power packed performances. The entire programme was beautifully interlaced with various types of dances right from the traditional ghoomar, acrobatic ring dance, hip hop to famous foot tapping Bollywood numbers . There was even orchestra performances and Poetry rendition. The performers received a thunderous applaud from the audiences for the effort and the spirit with which the show was put up.

JUL 14

Athletics (Jrs. , Mdls. & Srs.) begin

Incharge- HoD Sports

JUL 10

 Incharge- Mrs. Bharti Mehta

Buenas dias! (Good Day!)
"Travelling leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller"
Ten students along with Mrs. Bharti Mehta participated in the young world town Adventure Camp organized by Gredos San Diego School, Spain, from July 10 to July 20, 2018. There were total of 33 students and several international teachers. We enjoyed activities like photography, video making, bird watching, tie and dye, treks, cooking Spanish dishes, mountain biking, Zip lining, Kayaking, etc.
We visited Hoces Del Riaza, the bio-reserve for endangered species of Vultures, a word heritage site recognized by UNESCO, Human Evolution Museum at "Burgos", where original pieces of bones, dating back to millions of years are preserved, Carex, an experimental archaeological centre showcasing the pre-historic survival and domestic activities such as hunting animals and making fire from stone, wet caves of Enebralejos near the village of Pradana De La Siera with water dripping along the walls and splendid set of calcareous, formations such as stalactites and stalagmites, columns and flowstones. It was once in a life time experience.
We also visited the monuments (royal palace, cathedrals, Museums) in the cities of Madrid, Toledo and Segovia. The experience has been amazing.

JUL 9

Venue- MJS Hall  Incharge- Dr. S. Agrawal

Public Speaking is an art which holds in good stead when personality development is concerned. One such competition English Extempore Competition(Seniors) was held on 9 July 2018 to hone the public speaking skills .
A session was undertaken by the event incharge , Shalini Agrawal to make the participants aware about the rules and also to share some tips to help them prepare better. The draw of lots for the order of speaking was conducted in the morning while the topics were given in the afternoon 45 minutes before the competition. There was a different topic for everyone . Some of them were - Women are Better Managers , Is Education really educating us ? , Ignorance is Bliss, etc. The participants were allowed to sit in the library to prepare but the assistance of any book or internet was prohibited. It was an effort to let the participants present their own thoughts and to reduce the chances of redundancy.
Two participants from each house were permitted to take part in this competition. The time limit given to them was 3 minutes each, beyond which they could be penalised. Paper reading was not permitted but the participants could refer to the reference points.
The results were as follows :-
Suhani Kansal - Usha House - 1 position, Esha Mishra - Usha House - 2 position, Jasmine Sachdeva - Madhavi House - 3 position, Khushi Lokwani- Vasundhara House - 3 position

JUL 9

Inter-House Rangoli Competition (Srs.)

Venue-Chitrangada Bhawan

Inter-House Rangoli Competition (Srs.)
Incharge- Ms. S. Choudhary

JUL 9

Venue-MJS Hall  Incharge- Ms.A Khurana

The Inter house business quiz was held on 9th July, 2018. Class XI and XII participated in the business quiz. The quiz was conducted by Mrs. Anita Khurana. The quiz consisted of seven rounds. The rounds consisted the questions from current affairs, taglines, logos of companies, business personalities, company owning the product, abbreviations and brand ambassadors. There were some questions for the audience also.
The result of the competition is as follows:
I- Yashodhara House: Ananya Gupta – XII C, Mahika Bhatnagar-XI C
II- Usha House: Sakshi Singh –XII C, Advika Agrawal –XI C
III- Madhavi House: Sangya Gupta – XII C, Saumya Agrawal- XI C

JUL 7

Inter-House Needlework Competition commences (for exhibition & judgement in October)

Inter-House Needlework Competition commences (for exhibition & judgement in October)
Incharge- Ms. S. Choudhary

JUL 07

 Incharge- HoD Sports

A friendly basketball match between staff and students was held on 7th July. All coaches and all member of the staff played a friendly match with students. The match was witnessed by the whole school and everybody enjoyed it. The match was won by students.

JUL 7

Last Check In- After Summer Vacation

Time: 04:00 PM - 06:00 PM

JUL 4

Incharge- Mrs Radha Khanka

In a society where a large section of women are still underprivileged, SKV Sankalp is determined to reach out to one such section of rural women in Jarga.
A group of five students, along with Mrs Radha Khanka, visited Jarga on July 4, 2018. This time, instead of assembling at the Primary School in the village, where we generally gather for the distribution of sanitary napkins manufactured by SKV students, we thought of doing it differently.
We made up our minds to reach every teenaged girl and women of Jarga and felt the best way to do so was to go door to door spreading the message of menstrual hygiene and distribute the sanitary napkins. What amazed us was that the men of the village were very supportive and encouraged us to meet their daughter and women- folk. The efforts of Sankalp Project have now borne fruits and we have been able to bring awareness regarding menstrual hygiene among the inhabitants of Jarga.
We look forward to such visit every month and ensure the sustainability of this project.

JUL 03

Venue- Genesis Global School, Noida Duration: 3rd - 6th July, 2018 Incharge- HOD Sports

12 girls participated in IPSC Basketball Tournament U-14 held at Genesis Global School Noida from 3rd to 6th July, 2018. All the girls performed well and were appreciated. Names of the participants are as follows-1. REA AGARWAL 2. TANYA BAJPAI 3.AADYA SINHA 4. HIMANSHI RAJORIA 5. ANWITA YADAV 6. JOSHYA GARGASYA 7.PAKHI GUPTA 8. BHUVI AGARWAL 9. PLAKSHA GARGSYA 10. SRISHTI SINGH 11.NANDINI SINGH 12. KHUSHI BANSAL.