Working towards Excellence in Education, and the overall development of the students, Presidium leaves no stone unturned to make an effort. To enhance the knowledge and creativity of the students, an activity on Advertisement was organized for the students of Class- VIII. An advertisement is the promotion of a product, brand, or service to a viewership in order to attract interest, engagement, and sales. Every student made a diligent and smart effort to make an Advertisement, but only the one who prepared the best advertisement emerged as the winner. The main objective of the activity was to develop creativity, improve presentation skills and encourage students to present knowledge about Germany to students. Teachers praised the efforts made by the students and motivated the students for keen participation in the future as well.
Presidium celebrated Dussehra with a lot of fervor and ardor. A spectacular and huge effigy of Ravana with ten heads was showcased. The tiny tots from the junior section were attired in the costumes of Lord Ram, Lakshmana, Sita Mata, Hanumaan Ji, and Wanar Sena. The primary objective of the entire show was to convince the students that no matter how intelligent a person is, his pride will be the reason for his collapse. They were informed that Ravana was basically very intelligent, his ten heads are symbolic of his great wisdom. They were intimated how his single mistake overpowered and nullified his entire wisdom. Teachers made students aware of the often-repeated message i.e. the triumph of virtue over vice.
To improve students' creativity, cultivate curiosity, optimism, imagination, and enhance creative skills, Presidium organized a Talent Hunt Competition which has infused the passion to learn new skills. Talent Hunt is all about showing one's talent and it is a lot of fun. They had showcased their talent with different kinds of creativity based on their vision. The competition was organized for students as it is the best integration of imagination and creativity. The students thoroughly enjoyed it and it helped reach into every aspect of life and skills.
Girl Child Day celebrates the world’s 1.1 billion girls as a source of power, energy, and creativity. They had acknowledged each and every girl who teems with the potential to create a sustainable environment that is better for everyone. Presidians performed different activities like dressing up as one of the strong women, slogan writing, poster making, and many more. Students understood that when girls are able to go to school and get an education, they are empowered with knowledge and skills. When young girls aren’t forced to marry, they are able to achieve their full potential and create a ripple effect that improves the nation.
Teemed with gratitude for the Air Force personnel and Air Force being the most important defender of any nation, 'Air Force Day’ was commemorated in Presidium with great zeal and fervour. Teachers verbalized the achievements of the Air Force by glorifying its tremendous capability in the field of protecting the Indian air space in addition to search and rescue operations during natural calamities. They emphasized that it is our responsibility to follow our inherited core values, develop our skills and hone our professionalism so as to deliver success in any mission in service to our nation. The event encapsulated activities like aircraft making, card making, etc. These activities indeed boosted the young comrades of the school.
Presidium celebrated the birth anniversary of the Father of the Nation. On this auspicious occasion of Gandhi Jayanti, the students hosted a special assembly on the theme ‘Non-Violence’ depicting the life of the great man who lived on the principles of ahimsa and non-violence. Through a small yet exceptionally amazing skit, the students presented why Gandhi Ji chose to follow the path of ahimsa and non-violence to fight against the British Empire. They presented the philosophical and pragmatic ideals of Gandhi Ji. Students also showcased some interesting crafts they could do for Gandhi Jayanti which includes dressing up as Gandhiji, making a spinning wheel, drawing the three monkeys, and so on. The students took the opportunity to make Gandhiji come alive.