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Earth House (Lights off from 8:30 pm to 9:30 pm) – To be observed in Houses except common room
Incharges – House Mothers
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On 28th March, Dr. Sumer Singh gave us the privilege of a lecture on the topic of "Organic Growth" in an organization. The talk, which was both informative and anecdotal, covered the various aspects involved in effectively organizing and running an educational institution to create great leaders of tomorrow. He addressed an eclectic range of ideas, focusing on ways to educate children to acquire values and skills and become global citizens of the future. Dr. Sumer is a man of great experience in the field of education and training. He served as the principal of Daly College, Indore and the Daly College Business School for 14 years, as well as a tenure at Lawrence School, Sanawar for 7 years. Dr. Sumer also served as the Founder Director of the Asian School, and is currently a member of the board of various institutions, such as the World Leading Schools Association (WLSA), AFS India, Punjab Public School Nabha, Univariety and Indore Management Association. He is the member of the 'Peninsula Foundation'
On 27th March 2019, Mr. Sheersh Chaudhary, Prof (Retd.), DHSS, IIT Madras and Distinguished Prof., GLA University Mathura visited Scindia Kanya Vidyalaya, Gwalior campus. He had an hour's interaction with Class IX, X and XII on the topic of Child Language Development. He shared valuable information on the structure and sequence of speech sounds, called phonology, as well as morphology, which is the use of grammatical markers indicating tense, active or passive voice etc., He also introduced us to pragmatics which involves the rules for appropriate and effective communication and much more.
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On 20 March 2019 Holika Dahan was celebrated in the school to usher in positivity and light and dispel negativity and darkness. Prior to the dahan a small dance program was enacted by the girls of Vasundhara house. Principal ma'am lit the fire and puja was performed. Everyone took turns around the fire. Peanuts and til revari were distributed as prasad.
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Meeting with Principal- HM & HMs
On 14th March 2019, Ms. Divya Arora, National Director of AFS Delhi visited Scindia Kanya Vidyalaya, Gwalior campus. She had a two hour interactive session with two groups of students: the Round Square Committee and the Service & Sustainability group. She shared valuable information about AFS programmes of different countries and their application procedures. She also shared how AFS take cares and gives required assistance to students during the entire program. The students were very excited to know about the exchange programs and asked questions to enhance their knowledge of it.
10th March 2019, was the birth anniversary of His Highness Late Madhav Rao Scindia. As a mark of respect, the Student Council 2018-19 and 2019-20, along with Principal Ma'am, Vice Principal Ma'am and CSW lit a commemorative lamp and offered a floral tribute to his portrait. A two minute silence was held in his honor, followed by a distribution of sweets.
We celebrated Maha Shivratri on the 4th of March, 2019 in our school. The altor was beautifully decorated in the MJS hall with banana leaves on either side of it. The pooja commenced with Vice Principal ma'am doing the aarti and offering prayers along with the students and teachers. The atmosphere of the hall was solemn and reverential with the recitation of bhajans and mantras Prasad was offered to the devotees, who departed with prayerful hearts.
On the ocassion of Women's Day, history students of class 12 (Batch 2019-20) along with Mrs. Ancy Joseph, attended a talk held at Jai Vilas Palace. The talk was organized to emphasize the importance of museums in the field of women's empowerment. The programme began with the introducing the audience to the honourable speakers who were present.The first speaker was a woman curator, Prof. Ambika Patel from Maharaja Sayajirao University Of Baroda. She commented, "If women understood their conditions, learnt their rights and the traditional skills that were denied to them, empowerment would follow." She talked about various landmarks in the history of museums like Kala Raksha, Kala Kshetra, SEWA and BHASHA Museum, which have empowered women in some way or the other. The next speaker was Mrs. Nishi Misra, Principal, SKV. Ma'am talked about the journey of Sankalp, established in 2013, as a project for the upliftment of women. The project aims at uplifting women by manufacturing sanitary napkins at minimum cost, thereby providing them with a means of livelihood. On being asked how important this project is to her, she replied," As the charkha was to Gandhi Ji, Sankalp is to me." The last speaker was Mrs. Veena Singh, Principal, AMI Shishu Mandir. She talked about gender sensitization and that, 'only women can empower themselves.' After the talk, the girls visited the palace museum enriching their knowledge about the members of the Scindia family.