Special Assemblies
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY - MIDDLE LEVEL

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON ANTI BULLYING

The middle school hosted the assembly on “Anti Bullying”, presented by the learners of grade VI – E on 22nd August 2023. The day began with the morning prayer, followed by motivational English and Hindi thoughts. The learners updated everyone with current news and school news. Through a role play learners raised awareness about anti-bullying and explained everyone that taking a stand against bullying is very important. A thought-provoking, self-composed poem was presented. Student’s talk was informative. It was then followed by Counselor’s talk and learners were informed about the steps they should take against bullying. A health talk was also conducted to motivate learners to follow a healthy lifestyle. The coordinator ma’am congratulated all for an enthusiastic assembly and motivated learners to be the best they can be.

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON INTERNATIONAL YOUTH DAY

The middle school learners of grade VI-D hosted the assembly on ‘International Youth Day’ on 8th August 2023. The assembly began with the auspicious chanting of Gayatri mantra and morning prayer, followed by inspiring thoughts of the day in English, Hindi and Sanskrit. The young news readers then presented the latest happenings around the nation, world and the school. This was followed by a beautiful dance presentation on the theme of International Youth Day. Then we had students talk. The importance of healthy living through Yoga was demonstrated in theory and practice. The students were made aware of the human tragedies of conflict via a talk on the bombing of Hiroshima by the learners of VI-C. Everyone also took a pledge. An entertaining skit on ‘Good Health and Well Being’ was presented. Rounding up the assembly, respected coordinator madam greatly appreciated the efforts of the learners and congratulated them on presenting a well coordinated and informative assembly.  

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON VAN MAHOTSAV

The middle school hosted the assembly on “Van Mahotsav”, hosted by the learners of grade VII – E on 11th July 2023. The day began with morning prayer, followed by motivational English and Hindi thoughts. The learners updated everyone with current news and school news. A thought-provoking, self-composed poem was presented. Learners were briefed about the importance & significance of Van Mahotsav through an interesting Nukkad Natak. Rap, and student talk were interactive. Learners were then engaged in an entertaining quiz. Various enriching facts about Van- Mahaotsav were briefed. An informative Bhasha Sangam was presented in the Sanskrit Language to uplift the grace of the occasion. The coordinator congratulated all for an enthusiastic assembly and motivated learners to be the best they can be.  

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR BIODIVERSITY

An assembly on international day for biodiversity was hosted by the learners of grade VII – B on the bright occasion of International Day For Biodiversity ON 16TH May 2023. The day began with morning prayer, followed by motivational English and hindi thought. The learners updated everyone with current news in English, Hindi and school news. A thought provoking, self-composed poem was presented. Learners were briefed about the importance & significance of the conservation of biodiversity through student’s talk and were then engaged in an entertaining quiz. A well-presented picture talk and facts about biodiversity stole the applause from the audience. Bhasha sangam was presented in Haryanvi and Bengali Languages to uplift the grace of the occasion. The campus echoed with the tunes of the Song on conservation of biodiversity that helped learners to understand the healthy existence of humans and other species in the ecosystem. The coordinator congratulated all for an enthusiastic assembly and motivated learners to be the best they can.

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON NATIONAL TECHNOLOGY DAY AND BIRTHDAY OF RABINDRANATH TAGORE

The middle school hosted the assembly on “National Technology Day and Birthday of Rabindranath Tagore, hosted by the learners of grade VII – A on 9th May 2023. The day began with morning prayer, followed by motivational English and Hindi thought. The learners updated everyone with current news and school news. A thought provoking, self composed poem was presented. Learners were briefed about importance & significance of technology through Nukkad Natak, Rap and student’s talk and were then engaged in an entertaining quiz. An informative Tec talk was conducted by a learner who guided everyone about undiscovered application that can be used by Learners and educators . Bhasha Sangam was presented in Haryanvi Language to uplift the grace of the occasion. The campus echoed with the tunes of the Mother’s day Song that served selfless love of the mother. The coordinator congratulated all for an enthusiastic assembly and motivated learners to be the best they can.  

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON WORLD ATHLETICS DAY

The middle school hosted assembly of the academic session 2023-24, hosted by the learners of grade VIII – D on the auspicious occasion of World Athletics Day on 2nd May 2023.  The year itself is a special one as the school completed its 25 glorious years of being awesome. The day began with morning prayer, followed by motivational English and Hindi thought. The learners updated everyone with current news and school news. A thought provoking, well composed poem was presented. Learners were briefed about importance & significance of Sportsman spirit through student’s talk and were then engaged in an entertaining quiz. A well organised and choreographed Role Play with Dance stole the applaud from the audience. Bhasha Sangam was presented in Odia Language to uplift the importance of games and sports in our life. The campus thrilled with the video of a story of special girl athlete who has taken a part in Paralympic Games that served as a best example to promote the spirit of athletics among the youth. The coordinator congratulated all for an enthusiastic assembly and motivated learners to be the best they can.

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON AYUSHMAN BHARAT AND LABORS DAY

The learners of grade VIII – C presented the assembly on the occasion of Ayushman Bharat and Labors Day on 25th April 2023. These days were for our hardworking labors and our prideful country. The day began with morning prayer, followed by motivational English and Hindi thought. The learners updated everyone with current news and school news. Learners were briefed about importance & significance of these days through student’s talk and were then engaged in an informative quiz. A well- written skit was presented who awakened everyone by talking more about this day and was loved by everyone. Bhasha Sangam was presented in Rajasthani Language for the day. Learners saw informative video too to increase their knowledge for these days. The young achievers were awarded by their SOF Olympiads certificates to boost their enthusiasm. The coordinator appraised all for an enthusiastic assembly and motivated learners to be confident and to be the best.

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON WORLD HERITAGE DAY AND EARTH DAY

The middle school learners hosted its assembly of the academic session 2023-24, on the topic World Heritage Day and Earth Day on 18th April 2023. The year itself is a special one as the school completed its 25 glorious years of being awesome. The day began with morning prayer, followed by motivational English and Hindi thought. The learners updated everyone with current news and MAPS news. An amazing, self composed poem was presented. Learners were briefed about the importance & significance of World Heritage Day and Earth Day through student’s talk and were then engaged in an entertaining quiz. Learners also presented a skit on how pollution is affecting the monuments. Bhasha sangam was presented in Bengali Language. The campus echoed with the Pledge taken up by all the learners. Learners of MAPS have been appreciated for their amazing participation in ATL community Day.

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON VOTERSí DAY

 “Every election is determined by the people who show up.”

Special assembly undoubtedly holds a significant position out of all the routine activities in school. The learners of class VI-E presented the assembly on ‘Voter’s Day’ on 24 January’23 in the school premises. The assembly started with Gayatri Mantra which was followed by the prayer. The learners presented the thoughts and news on Voters’ Day. Later, the learners showcased an act on the importance of voting and a foot tapping performance on the theme was presented by the learners. To know more about the theme ‘A Students Talk’ was disseminated which was followed by a quiz to test the knowledge of the learners. Next was Bhasha Sangam, in which a beautiful story in the Punjabi and Sanskrit languages were narrated with the morals of being patient and being caution in difficult situations.  A video based on the voters ‘day was shown to the learners in the Teacher’s Talk. The class educator gave a fruitful speech on ‘International Day of Education’ which was too celebrated on the same day. The guidelines on the importance of the education were told to the tutees and told them the idea of celebrating this day.  The Middle co-ordinator, Ms. Minoo Bhatia appreciated the students for their performances, guided the learners with her words of wisdom and inspired them to be more focused in life. The assembly ended with the National Anthem. The participation of the learners was laudable.’

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON WORLD ENERGY CONSERVATION DAY

"A true conservationist is a man who knows that the world is not given by his fathers, but borrowed from his children."

Special assembly undoubtedly holds a significant position out of all the routine activities in school. Grade 7A worked together as a team and presented a melange of thoughts, ideas, and expression in their Assembly Presentation. The theme of the assembly was “World Energy Conservation Day”. The assembly commenced with the Gayatri mantra followed by the Morning Prayer “ Subah Savere Lekar Tera Naam Prabhu’ which is believed to provide peace and serenity to our minds and souls. Inspiring thoughts were presented to emphasize on the need to conserve energy which was followed by the latest news telling about the current happenings around the world. To enlighten the learners, the students' talk was presented focussing on the energy conservation and a pledge was taken by the students to be a role model in conserving energy.To test the knowledge of the learners G.K Quiz was conducted. It was followed by a mesmerizing skit on “Tips for energy conservation”. Then the song “Together we can change the world” was sung by the choir group involving the crowd inculcating the feeling of cumulative efforts in energy conservation. It was followed by Bhasha Sangam in which a beautiful poem in the Bengali language about energy conservation was recited. A video based on the difference between the energy consumption in urban and rural areas was also shown in the Teacher’s Talk. The Coordinator guided the students to be responsible and conserve energy. The assembly concluded with the National Anthem, where the learners and the facilitators sang with zeal and pride.

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON GOOD HEALTH AND WELL BEING

The assembly on Good Health and well being was conducted by Grade VII C on 25th November 2022, which commenced with the morning prayer, which is believed to provide peace an Serenity  in our minds and souls. The learners of Mount Abu public start the assembly with news and thoughts of the day. In order to spread more awareness regarding mental health and well-being  and Furthermore, one skit was presented by learners on mental health  . In the end, learners had to put up.  A mesmerizing dance performed on exam pressure. The energy of the performance was contagious. The assembly was ended by our respected coordinator. She addressed the gathering and motivated the students with her encouraging words of wisdom. The assembly culminated with the rendition of the National Anthem.        

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON ROAD SAFETY

“The future of the safety movement is not so much dependent upon the invention of safety devices as on the improvement of methods of educating people to the ideal of caution and safety.”

To create awareness amongst the students, Grade VIII D conducted an assembly on 18th  October 2022 in the school premises. The assembly started with Gayatri Mantra followed by prayer ‘Subah Savere Lekar Tera Naam Prabhu’ to seek blessings from the Almighty.  An enriching and inspiring thoughts were presented to highlight the need to understand Hard Work and positive attitude towards life then followed by the latest news. To enhance the knowledge of the learners,  the students' talk was presented to highlight the traffic rules and precautions that need to be taken care while moving out. Nukkad Natak is a drama performed on streets to create social awareness about many burning topics. It was presented by the class on Road Safety to create awareness by acting in different situations. Slam poetry, a form of performance poetry that combines the elements of performance, writing, competition, and audience participation. The assembly concluded with the National Anthem, where all the learners and educators sang with honor and pride!

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON OZONE DAY

“Ozone is like a ‘Mother’ of Earth,who protect her child from harmful radiations.”

To make students aware of ozone depletion, the School as an active SDG follower celebrated the 27th Ozone day on 13th  September 2022 in the school premises. An assembly was conducted to commemorate the teachings and necessary steps by Grade 8 E. The assembly started with a prayer to seek blessings from the Almighty. Enriching and inspiring thoughts were presented by highlighting the need to understand the importance of the ozone layer. Student's talk in the form of a speech highlighted the need to take these global commons seriously, for making India a country free of greenhouse gas. The host class presented some provoking G.K questions based on the theme. The fraternity with a feeling of gratitude stood together to take a pledge to protect the ozone layer. A beautiful dance performance was presented, which depicted the importance of the ozone layer, followed by the guidance of school counsellor on how to deal with exam stress. The Coordinator also guided the students to be aware of their surroundings and be active citizens. 

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON WORLD LITERACY DAY

“Education aims to develop one to his full potentials and be the best version of oneself” Being literate is empowering literacy is the bridge from misery to hope. Understanding this, UNESCO declared 8th September 2022 as Literacy Day in the year 1966 and since then International Literacy Day is celebrated annually around the globe. Following the theme, Mount Abu Public School organized the morning assembly which was conducted by grade 6th E. The assembly commenced with the quote on education saying “Education is the passport to the future” followed by the gayatri mantra and prayer “Tumhi Ho Mata - Pita Tumhi Ho”. Promoting the idea of literacy, the food for mind was served in the form of thoughts. Adding to the celebration of literacy day a spectacular dance performance on the song “Irada Kar Liya Hai” was held by the learners which lifted the spirits of everyone present there. The hindi poem on “Shiksha” reverberated the echo of claps from the walls around too. Just as importantly, An informative Talk show followed by a pledge to always be a dedicated learner throughout our lives and quiz was conducted as essential part of our assembly by the students. Reverential Principal ma’am graced the assembly by addressing the learners to adopt a healthy lifestyle, she gave a crucial mantra of “POSHAN BHI, PARDHAI BHI” and also reminded us that “Cleanliness is to Godliness”. The class teacher’s talk was based on the topic- how education aids a person to become a great human being. Lastly, the Coordinator ma’am spoke the words of wisdom and motivated the learners to perform well in their life

 

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON HIROSHIMA DAY

Grade VI A had the golden opportunity to host the assembly on the topic “Hiroshima Day” on 2nd August 2022. The assembly commenced with the Morning Prayer which is believed to provide peace and serenity to our minds and souls, which was followed by the English and Hindi thought, and news. The assembly was followed by GK question which was based on the students talk on the dropping of bomb on Hiroshima & Nagasaki. Towards the end of the assembly there was an interview with few of the survivors to know how life changed after the bomb attack. The main aim was to make aware the youth of the world of how dangerous nuclear weapons are to their future, and start to work actively to reduce the risk of such weapons being used.

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON WORLD NATURE CONSERVATION DAY AND WONDERS OF SCIENCE

The environment is a key to the existence of life on planet Earth, and the natural environment is a gift of nature that we need to conserve for the benefits of life in the future. On 19th of July, students of class VII-A presented a wonderful and meaningful assembly on topic- world nature conservation day and wonders of science. The day started with seeking blessings from almighty followed by inspirational thought and news updates. Our Global citizens also took a pledge to conserve our environment. The assembly then proceeded with a student’s talk on the topic- wonders of science followed by few very simple yet interesting science experiments. Students participated enthusiastically

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON WORLD POPULATION DAY

Special Assembly on the topic “World Population Day” was presented by class VII B on 5th July 2022 in order to spreads awareness among the young generation about the consequences of increased population and how they as citizens can help to overcome this problem. The purpose was to update the students about the current status of population all over the world, its reasons and repercussions on the entire humanity. Through this informative assembly, everyone was sensitized about the need to stabilize the population. It was conducted in a systematic manner. apart from news and thought, a poem was also recited by one of the students. Many informative questions on population were put forth in the form of GK questions. Student not only informed about population but also about unproductive consumers who have to be taken care of.

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON AMBEDKAR JAYANTI & BAISAKHI

‘Knowledge is the foundation of a man’s life’ said Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar

Dr. Ambedkar was a man of many virtues. He was a jurist, economist, politician, and a social  reformist. Popularly known as Babasaheb.To pay tribute to his contributions made, Mount Abu Public School, celebrated 131ST Ambedkar Jayanti on 12th April, 2022 in the school premises. A special assembly was conducted to commemorate his teachings and works by Grade 8 A students of the school. The assembly started with a prayer to seek blessings from the Almighty. An enriching and inspiring thoughts were presented to highlight the need to understand rights and duties followed by latest news. Student’s talk in the form of a role play highlighted the need to take the vision of Dr. Ambedkar, of making India a sovereign, democratic and secular country forward through acts of motherhood. Baisakhi was also celebrated with equal fervor and emotion, followed by self composed poem recitation based on the Baisakhi signifying importance of celebrating this festival in our country and much more.A beautiful dance performance given by the students which depicted colors and festivities of the occasion as celebrated in India every year.The class teacher sang shabad to have the devotional feel for the celebration of Baisakhi.

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON VASANT PANCHAMI

Class 6C hosted the assembly on Vasant Panchami on 5th February 2022. The assembly started by invoking the Gods through Saraswati Vandana. It was followed by news and thought. Students got to showcase their talent through a role play enactment done by students to emphasize on importance of the festival and why is it celebrated. This was followed by dance performance to mark the celebration of birth of Goddess Saraswati who is the Goddess of knowledge, dance and music. Students also presented voice over videos demonstrating information about Vasant Panchami and how it is celebrated in different parts of India as per various cultures and traditions. An interesting quiz was also conducted to check students’ knowledge about the festival. Teacher talk was done by class teacher focusing on importance of kindness along with felicitation of kindness award winners who gave the students talk. The assembly was culminated by Coordinator Ms. Minoo Bhatia’s words of wisdom.

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON ARMY DAY

Students of grade 6-8 celebrated Army Day with patriotic fervor to pay homage to the constant guardians who silently guard our borders across adverse conditions. Celebrations began with students tracing back the history and evolution of our beloved Indian National flag. They were exposed to a virtual tour of the National War Memorial which amplified their love and respect for our frontline warriors who have been guarding us since decades. In order to express their regards, Self-curated Patriotic songs were composed and performed students in their classes. The highlight of the day was students’ interaction with respected Colonel Sunil Katyal who enlightened the audience with his words of wisdom. Enthusiastic learners asked him questions about his life since he joined the service. This was a golden opportunity for young adults to interact with an army officer and learn how the Indian Army promises both personal and professional growth at every stage in their career. Motivational anecdotes narrated by sir inspired and provided guidance to those who are looking forward to serve the nation in upcoming years. Last but not the least, parents of some students also became a part of this glorious celebration when they presented their thoughts in attempts to apprise students with some of our historic freedom fighters whom we owe our freedom and liberation to. The event was concluded by expression of gratitude by our respected Principal ma’am Ms. Jyoti Arora and Coordinator ma’am Ms. Minoo Bhatia who thanked the shields and custodians of our country for their incessant service to keep us all safe.

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON NATIONAL YOUTH DAY

"Knowledge can only be got in one way, the way of experience; there is no other way to know."

Students of class VII B hosted a virtual assembly on the topic National Youth Day in commemoration of Swami Vivekananda’s birthday with great zeal and enthusiasm on 12 January 2022. The assembly began with the invocation to god and was followed by both Hindi and English thoughts highlighted the ideas of Swami Vivekananda about the youth of the nation.  

 An astonishing story of Swami Vivekananda was narrated by Rudra which was focusing on the power of concentration. Student's talk was given by Siya to draw attention on the struggles faced by the youngsters and to focus on the rights of young people to have full access to their needs. To assess the knowledge of the students GK quiz based on National Youth Day and Swami Vivekananda was conducted by Aaryan. A self composed poem on 'Youths the Future' was recited by Prisha. A fantastic book review on ‘Man the maker of his own Destiny’ which was written by Swami Vivekananda was presented by Saumya. A small TV Talk show was also enacted to enrich us with the life history of Swami Vivekananda which included the efforts he had put in to empower the youth, throughout India and abroad. At last the pledge was taken by the Mapians to participate in the promotion of sustainable development goals as ‘Global Citizens’. The coordinator mam made the students aware of the importance of the youth in building the Nation through her message. Overall it was an informative assembly.

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS

Class 7B presented their morning assembly on Sustainable Development Goals on 5th October 2021. The assembly started with Morning Prayer by Kashika, which was followed by the following activities. Thought of the Day (Hindi and English) encouraged positivity. The meaning of the word was explained with the help of a sentence. The well-planned assembly clarifies school activities and programmes, focusing on importance of Sustainable Development Goals. Students were given the opportunity and the platform to display their talent and present themselves as individuals. Guided by their mentors, the assembly included Prayer, Hindi and English Thought, English News, Hindi News and Mount Abu School News, Story Narration(video), English Poetry recitation, Hindi poem, GK questions/ quiz, Student’s Talk, The assembly had Teacher’s Talk with a motivational story with a message and Special address on SDG and its relevance in Diwali.The assembly was addressed by the Co-ordinator Maam. She enriched the students’ knowledge with her inspiring words. She encouraged the students by appreciating their effort and enthusiasm. She even congratulated them and the teacher incharge for conducting a successful assembly. Assembly was concluded with the vote of thanks by comparers -Abhinav Saini and Aditya Kaul. Overall, the assembly was conducted smoothly, and the audience was enthralled by the impeccable performance of the students.

 

ASSEMBLY ON INTERNATIONAL LITERACY DAY

A virtual assembly on the topic International Literacy Day was conducted by the students of class VIII-A on 7 September 2021 . The students came out with a variety of items and presented thought ,poem, speech ,News, Book Review, Geeta Saar  and many more things . The Skit on Literacy day showcasing  how there are many  people who are deprived of education due to financial and social conditions and highlighting the importance of education in everyone’s life, was the main attraction. The skit  inspired and motivated everyone to eradicate illiteracy .The Quiz Time With questions based on International Literacy Day and its origin enhanced the knowledge  of the students . The assembly proved to be a very fruitful one as it highlighted  the importance of literacy – the ability to read and write for individuals, communities and societies to grow and evolve respectively. It enabled the students to know how literacy empowers individuals and improves their lives by expanding their capabilities to choose a kind of life they can value. It is also a driver for sustainable development. Literacy is an integral part of education and lifelong learning premised on humanism.

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON INDEPENDENCE DAY

The Mount Abu family celebrated 74th  independence day on 13th August with full enthusiasm and zeal. The celebration started with a mesmerizing song by the students of classes 6-8 which awakened the patriotic emotion in everyone. Following this was a verselet presented by students of class 10th showcasing the hardships faced by our brave soldiers on the border to safeguard their country. A showcase of everyday heroes was presented by class 9th students which instilled an instant endearment for all those who work for the prosperity of our society. This sublime act was followed by an engrossing dance performance by the students of class 6-8 called Hold onto truth to mark the substantial contribution of Mahatma Gandhi in making India free from the gratuitous rule of East India Company. Deep feelings of  patriotism were woven winsomely into a poem by Aingel of class 11 which got the thrilling voice of Mishika Gupta of class 12 and beautifully presented by Shatakshi of class 12. The celebration got its charm by Principal Ms. Jyoti Arora mam's  words of wisdom which made everyone zealous towards their responsibility as a citizen of India. Madam principal emphasised on the importance of preamble and apprised the students about each line of preamble of Indian constitution. Madam principal, on this auspicious day, swayed the students to protect the dignity of the country and abide by the rules and regulations laid by the Indian constitution. "The corridors of Indian freedom" a talk by the students of class 11 on the iconic locations that carry a memory of struggle for freedom was presented which wowed the gathering. A mime act on the topic "we're one" was presented by the students of class 8 which unveiled some talented budding actors from our school. Following that was an engaging performance by students of grade 7 presenting the saga of 14 presidents of india who worked scrupulously for the betterment of our nation. A tribute to the soldiers, who serves for the country selflessly and are the greatest assets of our country, was presented by Shaurya Ayush of class 6 which evoked a keen sense of patriotism in all. Vande Mataram is not just a song but an emotion for all Indians, and to awaken the feeling of patriotism, all the students, teachers and coordinators sang the national song Vande Mataram with high psyche At the end, a vote of thanks was presented by Deepti Singh of class 12 to express her gratitude to all those who made this special event a big success.

 

ASSEMBLY ON HIROSHIMA AND NAGASAKI DAY

Class VI-B students presented the assembly on the topic Hiroshima and Nagasaki Day on 3rd August 2021. It was marked by invoking the almighty through gayatri mantra and the prayer. Then Aadarsh gave everyone with certain facts on Hiroshima and Nagasaki day to pay tribute to the soldiers who sacrificed their lives and how this bombing attack has caused a serious problem among people of the region. Students also showcased their talent followed by a mesmerizing performance by Shaurya Ayush on overcoming obstacles in life through optimism and further followed by a beautiful and self-composed story by Trisha. GK quiz related to the topic was conducted by Edaanur Rehman and all students from middle level enjoyed participating in it. The assembly proved to be very enriching as students were given tips in how to look things with positivity and of the several rules and measures, they should keep in mind while walking on different paths of life. The class teacher too recommended a book on life’s amazing secret a refreshing guide that will help in improving life, reduce stress etc. To mark the end, cabinet member Shaurya Ayush shared his experience of being an ICT head and thanking for being motivated by all the school students as well as teachers. To ensure safety of nation and travelling on the correct path in life The assembly was concluded by class teacher’s talk and vote of thanks.

 

ASSEMBLY ON ODE TO MOTHERS AND LABOURS

A well synchronised virtual assembly was presented by VIII B on ‘ODE TO MOTHERS AND LABOURS’. The assembly started by remembering the almighty. Students recited self-composed poems. A self-created animation was shown which showcased the origin and importance of Mother’s Day. Class teachers briefed all about Labour’s Day and Mother’s Day. A sorted quiz was also a part of the assembly that tricked the knowledge of students. Words of appreciation were delivered by the Coordinator, which filled the students with enthusiasm and served as a token of motivation.

 

ASSEMBLY ON BASANT PANCHAMI

The festival of Basant Panchami  marks the arrival of the spring season in India. It’s celebrated every year on the 5th day of the Hindu lunisolar calendar month of Magha, which is usually around late Jan or Feb. The festival is dedicated to goddess Saraswati who symbolises knowledge, music and arts in Hinduism. On this auspicious occasion Class VIII A presented assembly which began with “Veena Vadini Var de” .Beautiful quotes defining the real sense of Education and wisdom were shared by the students to Feed the mind with good thoughts. Significance of the day is discussed in the form of Mythological story narration. The students were also checked for their knowledge about the Basant Panchmi. Annual examination is around the corner which needs lot of preparation. So The tips for examination were given by the teacher with a beautiful story  conveying the moral “Effort is important but where to put it ,makes all the difference. To tickle students mind and rejuvenate them a comedy show on Examination was also presented by the students with a moral “God help them who help themselves”.The Co ordinator  at the end highlighted the value of the day  and encouraged students to come forward to set an example in upcoming exams.

 

ASSEMBLY ON MARTYRíS DAY

An assembly on MARTYR’S DAY was conducted by the students of class VIII-C on 2 FEBRUARY, 2021 . The assembly began with an invocation to god ,followed by thought, news, speech  , poem recitation, movie review and video presentation on martyr’s day.  The assembly highlighted the sacrifices of all the martyr’s and other revolutionaries. A video was shown which showed the relevance of martyr’s day. Various life lessons which we can learn from the life of Mahatma Gandhi were also shared. The assembly ended by the vote of thanks by the Respected Coordinator Ma’am ,middle wing ,Mrs. Minoo Bhatia

 

ASSEMBLY ON MARTYRíS DAY

An assembly on MARTYR’S DAY was conducted by the students of class VIII-C on 2 FEBRUARY, 2021 . The assembly began with an invocation to god ,followed by thought, news, speech  , poem recitation, movie review and video presentation on martyr’s day.  The assembly highlighted the sacrifices of all the martyr’s and other revolutionaries. A video was shown which showed the relevance of martyr’s day. Various life lessons which we can learn from the life of Mahatma Gandhi were also shared. The assembly ended by the vote of thanks by the Respected Coordinator Ma’am ,middle wing ,Mrs. Minoo Bhatia

 

ASSEMBLY ON CYBER SAFETY

An assembly on Cyber safety was conducted on 19th January 2021 by the students of Class VIII D. The assembly began with an invocation to God followed by thought, news ,speech on the topic ,poem recitation ,skit on cyber awareness and quiz. The assembly highlighted the importance of cyber safety in today’s digital world and made aware of various means to keep ourselves safe from cybercrimes. Ms. Renu from IT department also shared some important tips regarding cyber safety. The assembly concluded with the vote of thanks by our respected Coordinator Ma’am , Ms. Minoo Bhatia.

 

ASSEMBLY ON NATIOAL YOUTH DAY

Students of class VI A hosted a virtual assembly on the topic of NATIONAL YOUTH DAY on 12th january 2020. Assembly started with a Gayatri Mantra followed by the prayer ‘O Palan Hare’ which was beautifully sung by Ruhaani Mehra. Both Hindi and English thoughts highlighted the ideas of Swami Vivekanada about the youth of the nation which were taken Akshat Jain and Ishita Singh. English, Hindi and School news about happenings around the world was taken up by Viraj, Yashasvi and Saumya. To assess the knowledge of the students GK quiz was conducted beautifully by Tanishka Prasher. She asked few questions to which audience response was active. Student’s talk was taken by Pooja Gupta and she beautifully explained the ideologies of Swami Vivekananda.In special performances, Saishi presented a beautiful dance performance and Pratyaksh and Vansh presented an enactment wonderfully well to depict the rare conversation between Swami Vivekananda and his Guru Swami Ramakrishna Paramhansa. Finally in the Teacher's talk Ms Karishma.The participants participated in the assembly with great zeal and enthusiasm and it was thoroughly enjoyed by the students.

 

ASSEMBLY ON RESPECT YOUR ELDERS

Class VI- C conducted the virtual assembly on the noble theme "RESPECT YOUR ELDERS" on 29th December 2020. The assembly started with the Gayatri Mantra followed by the prayer. Students presented their thoughts on the given theme. Audience was made aware of the current happenings around the world through students' newsroom. A quiz was also conducted based on etiquettes and manners. Jhanvi recited a beautiful poem highlighting the value of Respect in our life. An interesting talk was presented by Shanaya followed by a video focusing on the fact that what we give is what we get. The assembly was concluded with the teacher's talk and coordinator's talk where she talked about the recent achievements of the students.

 

ASSEMBLY ON NATIONAL MATHEMATICS DAY

A virtual assembly was conducted on the topic “NATIONAL MATHEMATICS DAY” on Tuesday 22.12.20 by the students of class VI-D. The assembly was started by taking the name of the God and everyone prayed sincerely to the almighty. Shaibhav   enlightened the gathering by sharing his excellent views regarding SRINIVASA RAMANUJAN and the importance of mathematics. Aashi and Erica mesmerised everyone by sharing their insights about the presence of math in our everyday life through a small dramatization. In order to take the knowledge of students to next level, interesting Gk questions were asked by Ritul. An interesting video was also played at the end to make students aware about the insights of the life of Ramanujan. Yatharth entertained the gathering with his melodious song on mathematics’ In order to encourage students to present their work more creatively, few activities done by the students of class VI were shared with them.  All the students participated in the assembly enthusiastically and gained a lot of information through it.

 

 

 

 

ASSEMBLY ON TIME MANAGEMENT

Class 6 E presented their morning assembly on the topic "TIME MANAGEMENT" under the guidance of their Class Teacher Ms. SHALINI VERMA. The assembly started with Morning Prayer which was followed by the following activities. Thought of the Day HINDI & ENGLISH  were  encouraged positivity. The meaning of the word was explained with the help of a sentence. The well planned assembly conducted class 6 E clarifies school activities and programmes, focusing on importance of Time Management.  Every child is given the opportunity and the platform to display their talent and present themselves as individuals. Guided by their mentors, the assembly includes short skit, presentations, book review, slogan display, Hindi poetry recitation, speech, songs, radio show individual experiences etc. The assembly is addressed by the Co-ordinator Maam . She addressed the students to enrich them with their knowledge, experience and expertise. Overall, the assembly was conducted smoothly and the audience was enthralled by the impeccable performance of the students.

 

Assembly on Armed Forces Flag Day

Today’s assembly was conducted on Armed Forces Flag Day. It was very entertaining and full of messages which were being spread by the students of class VII – A. It was indeed an assembly worth to be praised and cherished upon. Every single thing was expressed in an interactive manner. The armed forces of our country do a lot of hardwork just to protect our lovely country. They do it by different techniques like the Indian Army Safe guards our country in land, the Indian Navy in the water and the Indian Air Force in the air. Moreover, their unending efforts have made our National Flag soar high and indeed with pride. They also tried to show how the Indian armed forces are working upon women empowerment. All the contents in the assembly were representing the hard work done with unity by the students of class VII-A. The thoughts, the interview, the act these were more than enough to represent the feelings of our Armed forces. Like this the students tried to cover more content in less words and time.

 

Assembly on Guru Nanak Jayanti

Students of class VII C presented an assembly on the topic Guru Nanak Jayanti. The assembly began by praying to almighty. The students presented their thoughts on this special occasion followed by updating the gathering with the current happenings. A small quiz was conducted by Harshika to test student’s knowledge based on the student’s talk presented by Pratyaksh wherein he began by wishing everyone a happy 551 Guru Nanak Jayanti and then continued to share deep insights on how was Sikhism discovered and how did Guru Nanak spread his teachings across. The audience was mesmerized with the melodious bhajan recited by Aditya Banerjee. Then came Vanshika, all excited and decked up and shared her yearly rituals that are performed during this time of the year. Naman Maini enlightened everyone with the 5K’s of a true sikh and demonstrated them with delight. Class teacher of VII C, Ms. Alisha Arora conducted a story telling session. She recited a real life incident of Guru Nanak Dev ji’s life with the students to inspire them even further with the life and path taught by the first guru of Sikhism. The final words of wisdom were presented by our respected Ms. Minoo Bhatia who explained the meaning of Sat Sri Akal and also shed light on following the path of honesty and simplicity. 

 

ASSEMBLY ON NATIONAL EDUCATION DAY

Education is one of the most powerful things in life. It allows us to find the meaning behind everything and helps improve lives in a massive way.”.

This was the message propagated by the Mapians through Morning assembly on the occasion National Education Day on 11 th Nov.The assembly Started with a sacred prayer Humko mann ki Shakti  and purified everyone’s mind and soul. The students presented “Journey of a book through a Photo story” which mesmerised each one present in the arena. Quizmaster was  not left behind, they also came up with question based on “National education policy 2020”.A student talk highlighting the key features of NEP 2020 updated students about the great shift in the education. The real purpose of Education and ways to deal with it was presented well by the students through Radio show. The assesmbly was planned ,drafted and edited by the students co –ordinators, who tried to guide their fellow friends to be a leader. This assesmbly set an example to inculcate 21 st century skills like Leadership, Collaboration,Flexibilty and communication in the students.The teacher at the end highlighted the value of 21 century skills and encouraged students to come forward to set an example. 

 

ASSEMBLY ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

The middle wing of school hosted a special virtual assembly on account on ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE ON 3rd November 2020. The assembly was hosted by class VIII B.  Arnav and Tanishka took the opportunity to host the assembly. The assembly started with Gayatri Mantra followed by live prayer ‘Humko Mann Ki Shakti Dena’. After updating the audience with the news, Aadit took the opportunity to acquaint the audience with some interesting facts about AI, followed with an interesting Quiz based on AI. Yashika presented a beautiful self composed poem based upon the need and importance of AI in day to day life. A special video was also shown related to the topic. A Special Talk show was included hosting renowned people from AI who added more to the information. Precise summary was presented by Bhoomika Aggarwal in the form of student’s talk.   Class Teacher, also shared her views about safe use of machines and urged the audience to ensure no dependency attitude. Students were also given valuable information by the school’s IT Master, Ms. Renu sharma that opened a new gateway of It for students. The coordinator, appreciated the efforts of children and encouraged them to come up with their best. She also motivated the students to show their enthusiasm for co-curricular activities along with their excellence in scholastic parameters.

 

ASSEMBLY ON UNITED NATIONS DAY

Mount Abu Public School organised an assembly on the United Nations Day which was conducted by class VIII D on 20th Ocotober,2020. The assembly began with the chanting of Gayatri mantra followed by the prayer song. The gathering was motivated by the ‘Thought of the day’ and updated with the happenings around the globe. The assembly focused on the objectives and achievements of the United Nations as the torchbearer of peace and security in the world. It also laid stress on the implementation of Sustainable development goals. The other highlights included a small quiz on UNO which was well answered by the students and a beautiful poem on ‘peace’ The assembly concluded with the rendition of a melodious song on peace. 

 

ASSEMBLY ON EAT RIGHT

It is health that is real wealth and not the pieces of gold and silver”.

Students of class VI A hosted a virtual assembly on the topic of EAT RIGHT on 15th October 2020. Assembly started with a Gayatri Mantra followed by the prayer ‘Itni Shakti hamein dena data’ which was beautifully sung by Rahini Jaitly. Both Hindi and English thoughts highlighted the need to adapt a healthy lifestyle by selecting food choices wisely which were taken Ayushmita Sen and Bhavya Garg. It was followed by Hindi and English news that updated students with the current happenings around the world (By Arjun and Saumya). To assess the knowledge of the students GK quiz was conducted beautifully by Mishti Negi. She asked few questions to which audience response was active. Student’s talk was taken by Saras Aggarwal and he explained the need to live a healthy lifestyle giving few tips on the same. In special performances, Pratyaksh Chauhan recited a poem and Saishi and Tiara presented an enactment wonderfully well to depict the importance of healthy diet in current pandemic situation. Finally in the Teacher's talk Ms Karishma shared few tips on how to stay healthy followed by Ms. Kanika (Incharge of Eat Right Club) who enlightened everyone with more tips on ways to stay healthy. The participants participated in the assembly with great zeal and enthusiasm and it was thoroughly enjoyed by the students.

 

ASSEMBLY ON WORLD MENTAL HEALTH DAY

An assembly on WORLD MENTAL HEALTH DAY  was conducted by the students of class VI-B on 6TH OCTOBER, 2020 . The assembly began with an invocation to God, followed by thought, news, speech  , poem recitation and video presentation on ways to cope with the stress. The assembly highlighted the importance of being fit not only physically fit but also mentally fit. A video was shown which showed the various ways of stress relievers. Our school counsellor Ms. Pragya also shared her views and thoughts of being mentally fit. The assembly ended by the vote of thanks by the Respected Coordinator Ma’am , middle wing ,Mrs Minoo Bhatia

 

ASSEMBLY ON FIT INDIA

An assembly on FIT INDIA  was conducted by the students of class VI-D on 22nd  of September 2020 . The assembly began with an invocation to god ,followed by thought, news, speech  , poem recitation and yoga presentation  by the students who also explained the benefits of various asanas . The assembly highlighted how exercise and good diet helps us in maintaining our physical fitness. The school physical fitness teacher – Mr Chandan also informed the students about the Fit India Movement and encouraged them to take part in Fit India Run .The Assembly was also addressed by our honorable principal madam MS. Jyoti Arora who highlighted upon maintaining our emotional health is equally important along with our physical fitness.  . The assembly ended by the vote of thanks by the Respected Coordinator Ma’am ,middle wing ,Mrs Minoo Bhatia .

 

ASSEMBLY ON INTERNATIONAL LITERACY DAY

 

Students of class VII A hosted a virtual assembly on the auspicious occasion of INTERNATIONAL LITERACY DAY on 8th SEPTEMBER 2020. Assembly started with a Gayatri Mantra .Hindi and English thoughts highlighted the need to accept changes in one’s life and to be optimistic To assess the knowledge of the students GK questions were asked. Role play is the best way to spread awareness.Song Determining the important of literacy ‘. Finally in the Teacher's talk the mentor shared ‘सावित्रीबाई फूलें संघर्ष’The students enjoyed the assembly as it was very informative for them.

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON ANTI BULLYING

An assembly on ANTI BULLYING was conducted by the students of class VIIB on 1st of September 2020 . The assembly began with an invocation to god ,followed by thought, news, speech , poem recitation and steps to avoid bullies and bullying . The students  were made aware of the different forms of bullying . The assembly highlighted how the Parents, School, Teachers and other adults in our community should help students prevent bullying by talking about it, building a safe school environment and creating a community-wide bullying prevention strategy. The counselor of the school also talked about bullying and made the students aware about ANTI BULLLYING COMMITTEE in the school. The assembly ended by the vote of thanks by the Respected Coordinator Ma’am  ,middle wing ,Mrs Minoo Bhatia 

 

Assembly on Quit India Movement

A thought provoking assembly was presented by the students of class IX B on 10th August'20 on the theme ‘Quit India Movement’ with an aim to emphasise the role of the children, the future of the nation. An inspiring speech and a video presented in the assembly highlighted the purpose of the momentous movement and reminded the students the value of freedom. On this occasion the students pledged to free our country from the evils of communalism, casteism and corruption and create a ‘New India’ and protect the country in the future.

 

Assembly on International Tiger Day

' Where tigers thrive, it is a sign that the ecosystem is healthy'.

A thematic assembly was organised by the students of classes X A and X B on International Tiger Day on 28th July'20. It aimed to promote a global system for protecting the natural habitats of the cat family and to raise awareness and support tiger conservation. Thought of the day, News headlines, self composed poem and student's talk revolving around the threats posed to the most iconic animal on the planet gave a message to act to save the species from getting extinct.

 

Assembly on Ganesh Chaturthi

To mark the birth of the elephant - headed deity, Ganesha , the God of prosperity and wisdom, a special assembly was organised on 17th August'20 by the students of class IX C. It began by chanting hymns to pay tribute and invoke blessings of the Hindu God to illumine the minds of the students. Graceful and vigorous dance by one of the students on this auspicious occasion sparked joy in all. The story on the essence of Ganesh Chaturthi enlightened the students about the mythological history of the occasion 

 

ASSEMBLY ON NATIONAL SPORTS DAY

Students of class VII C presented an Students of class VII C presented an assembly on the topic National Sports Day ie celebrated on 29 August every year. The assembly began by praying to almighty. The students presented their thoughts on this special occasion followed by updating the gathering with the current happenings. A small quiz was conducted by Adarsh to test student’s knowledge in sports and it was a marvelous sight to watch when students were keenly participating through the chat box. Sana Sharma also presented her student’s talk explaining in brief about the significance of celebrating this day. In the learning with some entertainment segment, Shubham presented a RAP wherein he invoked everyone to imbibe the habit of indulging in sports by sharing it’s golden benefits. Then was conducted a talk show named Bats and Balls with AB. Aditya Banerjee , the host of the show invited a famous Kabaddi player as well as a fitness expert. They shared some insights of the game and how students can indulge themselves in sports even during this pandemic situation. The sports teacher, Chandan Sir also encouraged the students to participate and register for the highly talked about initiative, Run for India. Class teacher of VII C, Ms. Alisha Arora also insisted to set their targets, push their limits and get back to grinding in the fields rather than making the players run on the screens. The final words of wisdom were presented by our respected Ms. Minoo Bhatia who pledged to be a part of the Run for India initiative under Fit India. 

 

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON GANESH CHATURTHI

Students of class VII D hosted a virtual assembly on the auspicious occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi on 18th August 2020. It is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Ganesha, the god of wisdom and prosperity. Assembly started with a Gayatri Mantra followed by Ganesh  stuti. Both Hindi and English thoughts highlighted the need to accept changes in one’s life and to be optimistic To assess the knowledge of the students GK questions were asked. The mesmerizing shaloka chanting with it’s explanation was like cherry on the cake. A video was also shown which was enjoyed by everyone. Finally in the Teacher's talk the mentor shared five life lessons taught by lord Ganesha. The students enjoyed the assembly as it was very informative for them.

 

VIRTUAL ASSEMBLY ON HIROSHIMA DAY

The middle wing of school hosted a special virtual assembly on account of Hiroshima Day ON 4TH August 2020. The assembly was hosted by class VIII B.  Bhoomika and Aadit took the opportunity to host the assembly. The assembly started with Gayatri Mantra followed by live prayer ‘Itni shakti hume dena daata’. After updating the audience with the news, they were told some interesting facts about Hiroshima, nuclear power and atomic energy. Saihajleen presented a beautiful self composed poem based upon the central idea of peace and harmony. A special video was also shown related to the topic Class Teacher, also shared her views about positive usage of power and urged the audience to be justified while using it. The coordinator, appreciated the efforts of children and encouraged them to come up with their best. She also motivated the students to show their enthusiasm for co-curricular activities along with their excellence in scholastic parameters. The assembly ended with a note of optimism, all singing ‘we shall overcome’ together.

 

VIRTUAL ASSEMBLY ON SDG GOALS

A virtual assembly was conducted on the topic “ SDG Goals” On Tuesday 28.07.20 by the students of class VIII C. The assembly was started by taking the name of the God and everyone prayed sincerely to the almighty. Avni Gupta enlightened the gathering by sharing her excellent views regarding SDG Goals. Kritika Roy and Anshul amused everyone by sharing their insights about these goals in the form of a poem. In order to take the knowledge of students to next level, interesting Gk questions were asked by Vidisha and Yash. An interesting video was also played at the end to make students aware about the relevance of SDG goals in their lives. All the students participated in the assembly enthusiastically and gained a lot of information through it. 

 

ASSEMBLY ON DISASTER MANAGEMENT

On 21st July 2020, VIII D hosted the assembly for middle wing. The topic of the assembly was “Disaster Management’. Anchors Daksh and Aarshi hosted the event really well. It begin with the morning prayer followed by informative news and GK questions such as Disaster Management is a strategic planning and procedure that is administered and employed to protect critical infrastructures (also known as "critical assets") from severe damages when natural or human made calamities and catastrophic even occur. These disasters include floods, hurricanes, earthquakes and volcano eruptions that can have immediate impacts on human health, as well as secondary impacts causing further death and suffering from floods causing landslides, earthquakes resulting in fires, tsunamis causing widespread flooding and typhoons sinking ferries.“ Assembly also had a beautiful and meaningful poem by Yati Sharma along with having motivational thoughts. Overall this event tried to award learners regarding the preparation required to save ourselves during a natural disaster. The event well concluded by Coordinator’s talk.

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON ROAD SAFETY

“Safety is not expensive but priceless”

To enlighten the students about road safety and to create an awareness among them about safety rules, a special assembly was conducted by class VIII C students on 11th Feb 2020.The assembly comprised of prayer followed by thought of the day on the theme of the assembly and asked G.K. Questions related to the knowledge of traffic rules. Students also thrilled the audience with their ‘RAP’ performance on how to be safe on road. A video on the same was also shown followed by student’s talk on the theme. The information about a Padamshree awardee Mr. Javed Ahmed Tak was shared to inspire the students. On the whole it was a great learning experience and encouraged the students to adhere to the safety rules to be safe and were convinced that the small actions can make big difference. The assembly concluded with the National Anthem.

 

Special Assembly on Cyber Safety

When our country is taking a leap to be digital, it becomes more important to be safe and secure while using internet. This is what students of class 8 B conveyed through the Morning Assembly. They equipped the audience with tips to be safe online under the Theme “Cyber Safety and Use your Words Wisely”. Assembly began with prayer followed by thought and News. They also expressed the Value of words and impact of the same through enactment. They propagated the message that we must use our words wisely. Students shared Book review and reading experience. Padma Shree is the fourth highest civilian award in the Republic of India, after the Bharat Ratna, the Padma Vibhushan and the Padma Bhushan. It is awarded by the Government of India, every year on India's Republic Day. So The information about a Padamshree awardee Shri Jagdish Lal Ahuja was shared to inspire the students. The students expressed themselves through Classical Dance performance and worshipped Saraswati, Goddess of wisdom. National Anthem was sung in the glory of the Nation at last.

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON MARTYRS DAY

India celebrates Shaheed Diwas every year on Jan 30th and March 23rd in order to pay homage to the victims who fought for the glory, freedom, welfare and progress of India. On account of Martyrs day, Mount Abu Public School celebrated the day with Ultimate perseverance through morning assembly conducted by the middle wing. Students participated with complete zeal and enthusiasm in numerous activities like skit, GK quiz, student's talk followed by the dance performance. Theme of the skit was based on the sacrifice of three extraordinary revolutionaries of India- Bhagat Singh, Shivaram Rajguru and Sukhdev Thapar. 'Martyrs are the pride of Nation, their sacrifices can never be forgotten.'

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON ARMED FORCES DAY

A Special Assembly based on the remarkable efforts of Indian armed forces was presented by class 10 D on the occasion of Armed Forces Day. A video on Sikkim, our neighbouring state was shown followed by a quiz on Sikkim to generate awareness about the marvelous state among the students . The students presented a patriotic song to commemorate the sacrifices by the Martyrs to let us survive peacefully. The planning of forthcoming 'FIT INDIA WEEK' celebration was also shared with the students for smooth flow of the activities.

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON CONSTITUTION DAY

A special assembly was conducted by class X C which comprised of an array of activities based on themes like Constitution Day, Helping Hands and Ek Bharat Shreshth Bharat Programme initiated by our worthy Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi. The students got themselves refreshed themselves with their Fundamental Duties, Preamble and took pledge to follow the guidelines of Constitution with all their sincerity along with enjoying their privileged rights. The Senior Coordinator shared the rich and vivid facts about the Constitution with the gathering followed by a video on Sikkim, a remarkable state known for its Flora, fauna,art and artefacts. The aim was to exchange cultural heritage thereby strengthening the bonds of unity among the people of a hugely populated country. The Principal, Ms. Jyoti Arora encouraged the students to enthusiastically participate in the forthcoming Fit India Week Celebration in the month of December. The video on Mann Ki Baat was also shown where honourable Prime Minister, Narendra Modi talked about 'Fit India Movement' and 'Cleanliness Drive ' inspiring the future leaders to March ahead towards Sustainable Nation.

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON ROAD SAFETY

On 15 October 2019 assembly was conducted by class VI on the topic 'Road Safety'. It was an informative session. Students got to know about traffic signs and their uses. The Nukkad Natak sensitized them on how to be safe on road. It brought home the point that on road safety is of utmost importance. Rules of traffic should never be broken as they can cost one’s life. G.K. Questions posses challenging questions to the audience, leaving them more informed. There was a special students talk on no use of single use plastic. The weeks highlights of the Korean culture centre visit and celebration of world space week pictures were shared and displayed in the assembly too.

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON IMPORTANCE OF SPORTS

Class 6 B conducted assembly on the topic IMPORTANCE OF SPORTS on 24th September 2019. It included the thought  of the day which very clearly conveyed  the importance  of sports  in everybody’s life especially the children who are at  the  growing stage. The thought was followed by News of day highlighting the latest happenings in the world. One volunteer from the class put up  a series of  General knowledge questions about the sports  which was responded well by the  student audience. A book review on the book LONG HALL was also briefed  to the students .It was a very interesting story written by Jeff Kinney. A poem on  Magic of Sports  , Radio show by  RJ KK Keshav and artist Aadesh who played the role of Virat Kohli  and a beautiful  Dance on the song  Wakka Wakka entertained the students .The students and teachers applauded for  GOLDEN GLORY AWARD  that was won by the school for its excellence in education.

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON EAT RIGHT

An assembly on the topic EAT RIGHT was conducted by the students of class 6 A on the 17th of September, 2019.The assembly started with OM chanting followed by the Hindi Prayer. The usual presentations, such as the News, Thought of the Day, GK quiz based on current affairs and Pledge was done in the assembly.  An eye-catching Dance Performance on the theme EAT RIGHT was the highlight of the assembly. To make the students aware about the healthy eating habits and its benefits, a student presented his viewpoints through Student Talks. This was followed by Class Teacher’s Talk on the topic MAHATMA GANDHI-THE FATHER OF NATION to pay tribute to him on his 150th Birth Anniversary. Our Respected Coordinator ma’am graced the occasion by her presence and spoke a few words of wisdom for the students. The assembly concluded with the National Anthem.

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON GANESH CHATURTHI AND NATIONAL SPORTS DAY

A special assembly was conducted on the topic “ Ganesh Chaturthi and National Sports Day” On Tuesday 27.08.19 by the students of 7B. Students sang a melodious song in the name of Lord Ganesha and also danced enthusiastically on a song based on the theme sports day. Saihajleen Kaur shared the review of the book which she read recently. Ravneet Kaur and Shabad Singh enlightened the gathering by sharing few top tips to protect ourselves from vector borne diseases and asking general knowledge questions respectively. An interesting video was also played to make students aware about some facts related to Lord Ganesha. All the students participated in the assembly happily and enjoyed it a lot. 

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON JANAMASHTAMI AND SADBHAVNA DIWAS

Students from class VI to X celebrated Janamashtami on 20th August’19. Special Assembly was hosted by class VII A students. Zara and Nitya of class VII A along with the others students showcase their talent via Poem enactment, dance performance and a special song dedicated to lord Krishna. General knowledge questions along with the students talk also helped the students to know more about the lord Krishna and his verses in Bhagwat Geeta. Students also took the pledge on Sadbhavna Diwas Which is celebrated in the memory of Rajiv Gandhi every year who dreamed to make India a developed country. The Special Assembly was informative and as well as a delight for all the students. Being the part of a dynamic and diverse country, we should always strive to provide the platform for the students to know about the culture and significance of Sadbhavna Diwas. This assembly was an attempt for the same. 

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON HIROSHIMA DAY

The students of Class 8 C presented the morning assembly on the topic ‘Hiroshima Day’ on Thursday, 8.8.2019.  The event was graced by Ms. Dawn Taylor from Kingsdale Foundation London.  It was in  the remembrance of martyrs of atomic bomb explosions in Hiroshima and Nagasaki. They presented speech, thought, poem with enactment to express the suffering and loss caused due to violence. Student’s talk presented few facts related to the incident and motivated other students to follow the path of peace. They spread the awareness not only about the negative effects of the war incident happened on 6th and 9th August in 1945 in Hiroshima & Nagasaki but also spread the message of Peace and Harmony among each other through a special peace song performance. At the end the eminent guest addressed the gathering with her gracious words of wisdom.

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON UNITY IS STRENGTH

“UNITY IS STRENGTH” signifies the importance of unity and how it helps in fighting much bigger issues and problems in life. The importance of unity can be seen in every walk of life. This is what students of class 8 B conveyed through the Morning assembly.  Assembly began with prayer followed by thought and News. They also expressed the value of unity through enactment and propagated the message that Battles are not fought alone it requires an army of thousands to fight and win battles. Students shared their experience of Mauritius Visit and CHANDRAYAAN -2 Launch. An orchestra was played by vibrant group of students to show how each instrument plays important role in complementary and harmonious performance as a whole. National anthem was sung in the glory of the nation at last. 

 

WORLD POPULATION DAY

Students of Class VIII hosted a special assembly based on the theme World Population day on 9th July  2019. the purpose was to update the students about the current status of population all over the world, its reasons and repercussions on the entire humanity. Through this informative assembly, everyone was sensitized about the need to stabilize the population. It was conducted in a systematic manner. apart from news and thought, a poem was also recited by one of the students. Many informative questions on population were put forth in the form of GK questions. Student's talk not only informed about population but also about unproductive consumers who have to be taken care of. 

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON EARTH DAY

A special assembly was conducted on 16th April,2019 on the topic 'WORLD EARTH  DAY’ by X C to enhance and inculcate the value of our mother Earth. Assembly was initiated with the provoking thought to enlighten the minds of students which was carry  forward by the interactive session 'Student's Talk ' in which students participated enthusiastically. A lyrical poem was recited with the impactful  message. Students have unleashed their potential by rap which mesmerized everyone. Finally in the Teacher's talk the mentor connected students with the essence of celebrating World EARTH DAY'.

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON WORLD HEALTH DAY

World Health Day was observed in Mount Abu Public School on 6th April 2019 to commemorate the founding of World Health Organization and to draw attention towards the theme for 2019 “Health for All”. A special assembly was organized for classes VI-X where in the students shared their views on this vital global issue and participated in quiz on health and PowerPoint presentations depicting healthy lifestyle to be followed to avoid adverse consequences. Interactive sessions were also a part of celebration to generate awareness among the students about the significance of maintaining sound health at an early age. The special attraction was a presentation by Upen, a student of class X on symptoms of some communicable diseases like Malaria, Dengue and Chikungunya and their effortless home remedies with emphasis on ‘Prevention is better than cure’. The school Principal talked about introduction of physical education activities and yoga on regular basis in morning for all the classes  in the school and urged the students to give prime importance to health to ensure fitness and wellbeing.

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON BASANT PANCHAMI

A Special assembly was conducted on the topic “Basant Panchami” on  5th February 2019 by the students of class 7 D.  The assembly started by taking the name of God which enlightened everyone. It was followed by thoughts and news headlines. Ayushmaan gave a student’s talk in which all the important aspects of Basant Panchami was covered. To assess the knowledge of the students GK questions were asked. Poem enactment was done by Radhika and Anisha. Saraswati Vandana and a rejuvenating dance performance was like cherry on the cake. A video was also shown which was enjoyed by everyone. The teacher and the co-ordinator shared the words of wisdom. The assembly concluded with the National Anthem sung by the students. 

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON MARTYRS DAY

Students of class VIII C got a golden opportunity to exhibit their love for Mother Nation and Martyrs on 29th January 2019. Martyrs Day also known as Shaheed Diwas is celebrated every year all over the country on 30th of January to pay homage to the victims who fought for the freedom, welfare and progress of India and sacrificed their lives.  The class choir group marked their love for God in the form of the song “It is my prayer to thee my Lord”. Both Hindi and English thoughts highlighted the contribution of Martyrs as there is nothing more beautiful than someone who goes out of their way to make life beautiful for others. The assembly proceeded with GK Questions and news. Students’ talk highlighted the contribution of Mohan Das Karamchand Gandhi. Students addressed the gathering and captured their interest with self composed poem on freedom struggle. India’s Independence brings along joy and happiness in our life; therefore, students presented a mesmerizing musical and dance performance. The Morning Assembly by class VIII C was a gracious tribute to the Martyrs.

 

Special Assembly on Republic Day and Girl Child Day

The Assembly was presented by Class 8 B students on the theme Republic Day as well as Girl Child Day on 22nd January 2019 . The prayer was followed by thoughts and news headlines. A student shared her opinion and views about the status of the girls and toady’s  era and the challenges faced by them. Himanshi presented a beautiful poem on Republic Day and its value. To sensitize the Students more about the occasion they were asked some G.K. questions and right answers were awarded by small gifts. Mesmerising orchestra show added beauty to the assembly and rejoiced by the students. The thing which enjoyed the children most was the slide show highlighting the achievement of all the girls of the class. The teacher and the co-ordinator shared the words of wisdom with students. The event  Ended with National Anthem sung by the students gracefully in the glory of our nation.

 

Special Assembly on CHRISTMAS

Students of class VIII D Performed a special assembly on  "CHRISTMAS"  on 18 December,2018 . The assembly  commenced  with a beautiful prayer which enlightened our soul and gave a hope to succeed. Both Hindi and English thoughts highlighted the Christmas spirit of giving selflessly. Student’s Talk was  about the birth of Lord Jesus and the legend of Santa Claus. To make the assembly cheerful there was a standup comedy which made children laugh thoroughly. The boundless joy of celebrating the festival was amply visible on the faces of the children especially when Santa moved around distributing toffees and chocolate to them. The cherry on the top was the special Christmas mashup sung by Nightingales of Mount Abu!  At last Respected Principal ma’am addressed the gathering with her gracious words of wisdom and blessed everyone with best wishes for Christmas. The objective of this assembly was to make the children feel the joy of Christmas!!!!!

 

Special Assembly on Guru Nanak Jayanti

A wonderful assembly conducted on 13th Nov by class 9th B on Guru Nanak Jayanti. Assembly was hosted by Tamanna and Purvika. Student talk by Yashika was on Guruji's life,  which gave the message of humility. Holy Sabad was presented by choir group. At the end class teacher talked about Langer Pratha which was started by Guru Nanak Devji which gives the message of love and sharing to all human beings.

 

Special Assembly on Anti Bullying

A wonderful Assembly conducted on 23rd October by the class X-C on the topic “Anti bullying”. The main objective of this assembly was to spread the message of effects of bullying on the life of students as well as parents. Assembly was hosted by Sahil and Sneha. It was proceeded by a skit presenting the feelings of a student who gets bullied in the class. It definitely connected to the audience. The assembly included the awareness questions in the form of KBC format. Students participated with full enthusiasm. Then it continued with motivational talk given by the class teacher emphasizing on the message “Be a buddy, not a bully”. Students felt highly motivated to take stand against bullying happening around them.

 

Special Assembly on Gandhi Jayanti

Students of Class VI D conducted the morning assembly on 29th Sept' 18 to celebrate the 150th Birth Anniversary of "The father of nation-Mahatma Gandhi ji". The gathering was enlightened by the thoughts of this great personality. A magnificent song performance was also  given by the  choir group. An informative video was shown to the students to make them more aware of Gandhi ji's contribution towards freedom of India. The school celebrated  "International day of non violence And peace " and the students took a pledge to eliminate all weapons of non violence and uphold the peace and mutual love in the world. The assembly was concluded with reciting of National Anthem

 

Special Assembly on Ganesh Chaturthi

On September 11, 2018 Class VI B got an opportunity to conduct the morning assembly celebrating the festival of Ganesh Chaturthi. The thought and hindi news were followed by an enthusiastic student’s talk. A heart thumping dance performance on the occasion was presented by the students. The audience was left mesmerized. The performance was followed by distribution of awards by Rachna Sagar on the occasion of Hindi Diwas. The assembly was concluded with reciting of National Anthem.

 

Special Assembly on World Literacy Day

“Literacy is a tool via which we become independent and developed”

Class VI – A got an opportunity to conduct the morning assembly on the topic “World Literacy Day” on September 4, 2018. The gathering was enlightened with the importance of education with the help of a beautiful poem and student’s talk. Students also gave a mesmerizing dance performance on the theme song “Sarv Siksha Abhiyan.” 

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON JANAMASHTMI

A Special Assembly was conducted on the topic “Janmashtami ” on Wednesday 29.8.2018 by the students of class 7 D. Students presented a commendable skit based on the theme “Birth of Krishna” which was followed by an enthusiastic dance performance. A melodious song was also sung by the students in the name of Lord Krishna. The students enjoyed the assembly as it was very refreshing and rejuvenating.

 

Special Assembly on Hiroshima Day

The students of Class 7 A presented the assembly on the topic “Hiroshima Day” on Tuesday 7 August 2018. It was a special assembly to create awareness amongst the students about the happenings of the day. A video on this was also shown to make them aware of the event. This was followed by Quiz also. The students presented a “Poetic Biography” based on the affected victim. The students enjoyed the assembly as it was very informative for them.

 

Special Assembly on World Conservation Day

Class VIII – C got a golden opportunity to present a wonderful Assembly on the occasion of “World Conservation Day”. World Conservation Day is celebrated on July 28, every year to enlighten people a healthy environment, which is the foundation for a stable and productive society to ensure the well being of present and future generations, we all must participate to protect conserve and sustainably manage our natural resources.  Choir group of VIII – C present a song performance on ‘Aisa Desh Hai Mera’ along with poem enactment to highlight the beauty of Nature and Our Country India.

 

Special Assembly on Dr. Ambedkar Jayanti

The Assembly was conducted by the class X-C on topic “Dr. Ambedkar Jayanti”. Students had a talk regarding Dr Ambedkar. They shared the achievements and motto followed by Dr Ambedkar. The class teacher had a talk regarding discrimination and harassment students are facing these days. She gave the tips which students and teachers should follow to promote equality in class and institution. To test and enhance the knowledge some quiz questions were also asked from audience in creative way. Overall the assembly was beautifully conducted.

 

Special Assembly on World Health Day

The Assembly was conducted by the Class X-A on topic “World Health Day”. It included a self composed poem on “ Invest in Health” which was narrated by student Navya Bassi. Ridhima Pant in her student’s talk shared some objectives of WHO . The class teacher talked about healthy tips which students must follow in their daily routine. Some quiz questions to enhance the knowledge on the topic were also asked from audience.

 

New Year Celebration

Students of Class VI and VIII collaboratively presented a Morning Assembly to enlighten and brighten the gathering with the coming of a New Year, 2018 on 30th December 2017. They bid adieu to the Ecstatic 2017 and all the negative thoughts that revolved around their being. Assembly started with a soothing Om Chanting followed by Gayatri Mntra and prayer ‘Itni Shakti Hume De Na Daata’. The School choir group illuminated the gathering with a mesmerizing "HAPPY NEW YEAR” song. English thought embellished the audience with their ultimate aim of achieving goals and never giving up attitude. During the students’ talk, they expressed that Year’s end is neither an end nor a beginning but a going on, with all the wisdom that experience can instill in us. Optimism was even highlighted in the form of Poem. The birth of a New Year brings along a lot of happiness; therefore, students presented a breathtaking Rap Song Performance. The Morning Assembly was a beautiful welcome to 2018.

 

Special Assembly on Guru Nanak Jayanti

Students of class VI A felt highly privileged to perform a morning Assembly on Guru Nanak Jayanti. Assembly started with a soothing Om Chanting followed by Gayatri Mantra and Prayer.  The class choir group marked their love for God in the form of the song “Ik Onkar”. Both Hindi and English thoughts highlighted the need of Good Human being and express the presence of God within and around us. Suring the students’ talk, they expressed Guru Nanak Dev ji’s views on religious background of people and equality given to Women. Students’ talk was followed by Inspirational story by two students highlighting the “value of Life”. God’s birth brings along joy and happiness in our life; therefore, students presented a mesmerizing musical and dance performance. The Morning Assembly by class VI A was a gracious tribute to God. The talent of students was also considered during the Assembly in the form of Prize Distribution of French competition and school even celebrated Vigilance Day 

 

Special Assembly on World Animal Day

The students of Class VI-D conducted the Morning Assembly on 10th October 2017 followed by the Gayatri Mantra and Prayer. The theme aimed at commemorating & celebrating the relationship between Humankind and the Animal Kingdom. Beautiful thoughts were presented by the students to spread awareness to protect the animals and give them support. Students also thrilled the audience with their “Nukkad Natak” which was an eye- opener for the welfare of the animals. Special Guest Dr. Indu Aggarwal addressed the gathering and shared some tips for healthy lifestyle.

 

Special Assembly on Gandhi Jayanti

The students of Class 7 conducted the Morning Assembly on 3rd October 2017. The theme aimed at commemorating the Birth Anniversary of the Father of our nation, Mahatma Gandhi. The thought of the day emphasized on the need of ideas and deeds to be in harmony. The intention of the assembly was to guide the students about the principles to follow the path of honesty at all times of life. The speech delivered by the students ignited the feeling of patriotism in all

 

Special Assembly on Ganesh Chaturthi

Students of class VIII A hosted an Assembly on the auspicious occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi began with a Ganesh shloka – “Om Ganeshay Namah” followed by prayer and thoughts (English & Hindi) of the day. A short and informative skit was presented by the students of class VIII A telling the gathering the reason why Ganesha, the son of Lord Shiva and his consort Goddess Parvati, came to have the head of an elephant on a human body. The skit was followed by the student’s talk on the topic ‘Liberation from Negativity’. 

 

Special Assembly on Hiroshima Day and Senior Citizens Day

The kids of VIII C showcased their talents by hosting a Special Assembly on Hiroshima Day and Senior Citizens Day. The kids performed a skit that catered to highlight the importance of both the topics and was very well presented. The assembly came to end by paying tribute our love and affection to our Grandparents in the form of a poetic song – “Thank You Grandma”. The kids felt excited and very lovingly celebrated the day.

 

Special Assembly - Tribute to Nelson Mandela

Class X-D  conducted Special Assembly on 18th July to commemorate Nelson Mandela’s contribution to -“Promotion of culture and peace”. Recognizing the dedication of former South African President and Nobel Peace Prize winner – Nelson Mandela  to huminity, Thought of the day ,Students’ and Teacher’s talk were presented highlighting the values represented by this legendary. A special message was conveyed through assembly to the students that “Nothing is impossible, determination and persistence make everything possible. The things are impossible until they are done”.

 

Special Assembly on Let''s Go Green

Class X B presented the morning assembly on 4th July 2017. The topic of the assembly was 'Let's Go Green '. A special emphasis was on adopting conservative approach toward nature. Class Teacher in her talk shared with students the practical ways that can be adopted in our day to day life to conserve our resources and save our planet for future generations. In students talk problem of Diarrhoea and it's prevention was shared with students as in monsoon many children suffer from this disease. At the end students were guided to adopt the practical ways like encouraging reuse, recycle and reduce excessive use of resources and plant more trees

 

Special Assembly on World Population Day

On account of World Population Day, an assembly was conducted by class 10C, the sub theme was "EXPLOSION LEAD TO DEMOTION". It was conducted in a systematic manner. Apart from news and thoughts, a self composed poem was also recited by one of the students. Many informative questions on population were put forth in the form of G.K.Quiz The student's talk reflected the theme of population. Teacher's talk not only informed about population but also unproductive consumers who have to be taken care of.

 

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON TRIBUTE TO RABINDRANATH TAGORE

Today’s assembly was organized by X-A, based on the theme, Rabindranath Tagore about his work and inspiration on special occasion of his birth anniversary. The assembly was highlighted by beautiful poem by Aryan Kundra and an informative  student talk by Mansi Rajpal. It got more interesting when Ms Seema shared her 4 year experience in West Bengal and her visit to Shanti Niketan. The assembly was concluded with the appreciable performance by Utkarsh Sen who sung a famous song by Rabindranath Tagore.   

 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON INTERNATIONAL EARTH DAY

The Special Assembly aimed to spread the message of environmental awareness. The children took initiatives to save the environment and spread awareness for the same.

The assembly focused on active participation of each and every child so that they understand the value of resources, with the help of street play children tried their best to make everyone give a second thought to the issue. The assembly helped in encouraging children to lend a hand in this great initiative taken by people worldwide. Children conveyed the message that “We are not sacrificing, we are only returning to mother nature what we have forcefully taken from it.”

 

Special Assembly on World Health Day

" It is the health which is the real wealth and not the pieces of gold and silver ".To throw light on this important issue IX-A conducted morning assembly on the theme "BODY -ABODE OF OUR SOUL" on 11th April 2017. Thought of the day was wonderfully presented highlighting the importance of going early to bed and early to rise. Valuable tips on importance of good health were given by the class teacher quoting "Take a diet rather than going on a diet " because the one who has health has hope and the one who has hope has everything.

 

Special Assembly on NATIONAL SCIENCE DAY

Mount Abu Public School celebrated the “National Science Day” on 28th February 2017 as a mark of respect to the most eminent scientists of India and the world. The assembly began with the prayer followed by the thought of the day to emphasis the importance of science and technology. After this the students of class 9 presented poetry enactment. This was followed by an inspirational talk on the topic “Science and Technology for Differently -Abled”. One video prepared by the senior students was shown in all classes to make them aware about the lives of great scientists and their hardships. Science activities were also demonstrated in junior classes to enthusiase their interest in scientific phenomenon. As a part of the celebrations quiz was held for the students of classes 9 and 10 which included scientific discoveries, science fiction and facts. The students participated enthusiastically. The programme concluded with the inspirational words of the Headmistress.

 

Special Assembly on Independence Day

Being independent is the feeling to live with pride. In today's world independence or freedom yet synonymous are left just being the fancy words. To inculcate in all, the feeling of free India, independent India etc. Students of Class VIII B hosted a grand assembly. The nukkad natak that captured everyone's attention was beautifully presented and highlighted the social evils that still cage our independent India. A patriotic song presentation and speech delivery was also done by students to spread the air of freedom and nationalism among everyone. The grand occasion was a grand success!

 

Homage to Nelson Mandela

The Special assembly was conducted to pay homage to great leader Nelson Mandela on 19th July 2016 by the students of class IX A where Anurag Goel in his student's talk shared the life experience, policies & struggles of Nelson Mandela. Parul Goel recited a beautiful poem depicting his ever inspiring life. To inform the students more about his life and contribution in eradicating Apartheid system some G.K questions were asked in the assembly. The class Teacher even emphasized on ‘How our spirited youth can become today's Nelson Mandela' with their hard work & commitment.

 

Special Assembly on World Press Freedom Day

To celebrates the fundamental principles of press freedom; to evaluate press freedom around the world, to defend the media from attacks on their independence and to pay tribute to journalists who have lost their lives in the exercise of their profession the school celebrated World Press Freedom day on 3rd May 2016. Students of class X E came forward to aware children about the role of press in our life through their talk and a short play.

 

Special Assembly on International Day for Mother Earth

Every year the school observes International Mother Earth Day to create awareness and also to support environmental protection.  This year too it was observed in school on 26th April 2016 where the students of class IX A presented an assembly dedicated to the theme in which they included beautiful talk about the need to conserve this planet and how man these days is destructing it. They also had a short quiz on five elements of nature which helped children to know our environment deeper.

 

Special Assembly on World Heritage Day

World Heritage is the shared wealth of mankind. Protecting and preserving this valuable asset demands the collective efforts of the international community. Understanding this, the schools organized a special assembly to celebrate the World Heritage Day on 19th April 2016 where the students of class X C Presented a beautiful assembly which included a self composed poem recitation, student talk followed by a teacher's talk that highlighted the need to stand in the wake of conserving our national life long heritage which is a mark of Indian glory. The students also shared facts about some our monuments

 

Special Assembly on "Stand for violence against women "

Student's of Class VI B got a golden opportunity to present an assembly to enlighten the beauty and power of a women on 29th November 2016. Anchors Nidhi Sharma and Anshita Pandey embraced the podium with powerful words to dignify women. A strong menage of equality, power all emotional hindrance has been highlighted through the thoughts, both Hindi and English respectively to build the interest of the audience. Choir group of class VI B present a beautiful and emotional song “Bekhawff” to highlight that a woman needs to live freely not just physically but emotionally and mentally without any constraints. A women is equal to the man, a real and impactful definition of feminism was highlighted through a skit. A skit was shown taking the dowry concept as base from a man's eye what if the violence happens to a man. The class teacher along with the students enlightened the audience that violence be it domestic physical, mental or emotional is intolerant and not acceptable. The stage was graced by the wide and beautiful words of coordinator enlighten students with the better understanding and power of women.

 

Special Assembly on Diwali

tudents of Class VII-A presented the Class Assembly on the forthcoming festival of “Diwali” on 25th October 2016. The assembly started with morning prayer followed by the news headlines and thought for the day “Indian Festivals are a unique expression of the spirit of celebration”. Students made the audience aware that Diwali is celebrated to mark the return of Lord Rama to Ayodhya after a exile of fourteen years. They told them that people decorate their houses with diyas and candles. They exchange gifts and sweets with their family and friends. They exhorted their fellow friends to say “ No to crackers” because besides encouraging child labour crackers add a lot to air and noise pollution. They told them that they can enjoy this festival by decorating their houses by making rangolis and lighting diyas and candles. The joy and celebration of the festival was enhanced by a melodious song which was enjoyed by everyone present. The assembly was addressed by our Coordinator Ma'am, she shared her thoughts and motivated the students to say “No to crackers”. The assembly concluded with the National Anthem

 

Special Assembly on Ď World Population Day''

9th July, 2016, was celebrated as ‘ World Population Day' through a special assembly by the students of class IX B where they highlighted the need of population control. They also emphasized on the fact of India being the 2nd most populated country after china that hinders the development of the country by building pathway for various obstacles. Students also presented beautiful quotes related to the theme in order create awareness among students about the harmful consequences it may have on us. Wonderful skit was also presented by students highlighting the theme. The Academic Director Madam also guided children about this population problem and her word of wisdom really cast a magical spell on the students to understand the seriousness of the problem.

 

Special Assembly on World Environment Day

5th July 2016, Tuesday, was celebrated as World Environment Day . Where the student of class IX C dedicated their assembly to the same cause. The assembly included English and Hindi thoughts based on environment conservation. Students were also made aware of what is happening in the world in the present scenario and how our environment is posing a great threat to its existence due to man's ignorance. The general knowledge of the students was also tested through G.K Quiz to ensure how much they know about their own planet. This was followed by the inspiring talk by the student and teacher. The assembly ended by paying tribute to the nation by singing national anthem.

 

Special Assembly on World Technology Day - Be a Technophile

A Special Assembly was conducted by class IX D on the 12th May 2016, Tuesday, to celebrate World Technology Day with the theme ‘Be A Technophile'. Apart from the regular programmes such as news, thought, quiz etc, the class presented a few more informative and interesting programmes. A beautiful poem was recited by Dhriti Dhasmana telling about the technology and its uses. Also a speech in the form of students talk was presented by Sanjeevani Sharma on the pros and cons of technology. Mrs. Seema Dhiman added more to the information on technology through her teacher's talk where she shared how at times technology , if not used wisely may lead to delinquencies and cyber crime. Thus we must be at our smart steps to be the master of technology than to be the slave of it.

 

Tribute to Dr. B.R Ambedkar

The Special assembly was conducted on 12th April to pay homage to Dr. B.R Ambedkar on his birth anniversary. Students presented a skit showing how Dr. Ambedkar faced discrimination by the upper caste and what was his role in framing of the Indian constitution. Thought for the day also propagated the message of removing untouchability and importance of constitution.The students were made aware of the life of Dr. Ambedkar and his contribution towards India's constitution through a talk by a student and the teacher Mrs. Alka Sharma. Academic Director Madam  also addressed the students on the theme further adding to knowledge about the role Dr B. R Ambedkar had played in laying the foundation of India's Constitution.

 

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