'Turncoat' Competition held for students of classes IX-XII on 10 May 2019

All the four houses evenly contested the inter-house Turncoat competition held on 10 May, 2019.There were 2 contestants from each house who were given separate topics to debate on. The speakers had to put forward their thoughts and opinions in the best possible way in the limited time given. Each of them had to speak for the motion for 1 min 30 sec and against the motion for 1 min 30 sec. The arguments by the participants impressed the audience and the judge alike. It was astonishing to see the contestants coming up with such relevant points
regarding the topics given on the spot. The first position for the best speaker was bagged by Pragati House, followed by Ekta house and a tie between Shakti House and Shanti house participants.

 
'Elocution' Competition held for students of classes VI-VIII on 9 May 2019

All the four houses ardently participated in the  inter house Elocution competition, held for classes 6-8 on 9 May,2019.Each house had chosen 2 speakers who had to present their views on the topic allotted to them. One speaker had to speak for the motion, and one had to speak against the motion. The competition became a platform to discuss the relevant issues prevailing in the world. The students and judges alike were taken aback by the stupendous arguments put forward by all the houses. Participants from Ekta and Shanti House were declared as the best speakers.

 

'Caricature' Competition held for students of classes VI-VIII on 30th April 2019
All the four houses participated enthusiastically in the Inter-House Caricature Competition held for students of classes 6-8 on 30th April 2019.Each house chose two artists who had to draw pencil sketches on the given topic. The participants put all their efforts and creativity into the sketches and came up with innovative and out -of -the box ideas. The students and judges alike were highly impressed by the caricatures drawn by all the participants. The first position was bagged by Pragati House followed by Shanti house, Shakti House and Ekta House in the second, third and fourth position respectively.
 

Results

'Best of Waste- Walk the Ramp' competition was held for classes IX - XII on 29 April 2019

A very unusual ramp walk took place on 29th April 2019 when the students of classes9-12 came together to compete in the Best of Waste- Walk the Ramp competition on the theme 'Cultural Diversity in Contemporary India'. Each house had an hour to prepare a costume using absolute waste materials. All the houses interpreted the topic in their own unique manner and their outfits were an expression of their creativity and originality. The competition was adjudged by ex-students Manyata and Delisha Khanna. Pragati and Shakti House tied at the first position followed by Shanti and Ekta House.

Results

'Character Portrayal' competition held for classes VI-VIII on 30 January 2019
All the houses and participants passionately participated in the inter-house event,character portrayal. Participants had to put up an act portraying the characteristics of the characters allotted and the results were stupendous performances by all the houses. The judges were Ms. Binti and Mr. Vandan who are ex-students of our school. The participants left everyone including the judges, spellbound by the jubilant acts prepared by them. It was a tough competition as all the participants were brilliant with their dialogue delivery. Each one of them used their own innovative methods to reach out to the audience and leave them awestruck. The event became a platform to discuss the relevant issues of our society that need to be looked into. Shakti House secured the first position, followed by Ekta House, Shanti House and Pragati House. Participants of Pragati house and Ekta house won the titles for the best actors as well.
 
 
 
'OPEN MIC' Competition held for classes XI to XII on 14 December 2018
Inter-house OPEN MIC was held on 14th December, 2018. The participants from each house had to come up and perform a stand-up comedy act. There were two rounds - bilingual and English. The time limit was 7 minutes for each speaker. The judges of the event were Mr. Akshat Kela and Mr. Anshul Bhardwaj who are ex-students of our school. A plethora of confidence was seen in each and every one of the participants and it was evident in their way of speaking. The scripts created by the participants were hilarious and had the entire audience rolling in laughter and hooting for them. The judges were stunned by the amount of talent being exhibited in the event and appreciated the effort put into the scripts by the participants. All houses put up spectacular acts and received tremendous applause from the judges and the audience. Shanti house bagged the first position overall followed by Pragati, Shakti and Ekta.
 
'Photography Snap, Style and Share' Competition held for classes VI-VIII on 14 December 2018

All the four houses ardently participated in the Inter house Photography competition 'Snap,Style,Share,’ held for classes VI-VIII on the 14 December 2018.Two photos had to be submitted on either of the two topics 'On top of the world' or 'Standing out from the crowd'. One member per house elucidated upon and described the hidden meanings that the photographs portrayed to the best oftheir creativity and inventiveness. The event was judged by the ex-tagoreans, Parsh Chandok and Abhinav Gandhi. Ekta House secured the first position, followed by Pragati House, Shakti House and Shanti House. The event became a platform to discuss the technicalities of photography and to be apprised of the message that simple photos can actually reflect, which otherwise no one could have thought of.

Results

'Ignited Minds quiz' held for classes VII-XI on 22nd November 2018
Inter House Ignited Minds quiz took place on 22nd November, 2018. All kids in today's time should be aware about what is happening around them in the world. This quiz was held to test the general awareness of the participants and the audience. The quiz was based on general knowledge and current affairs and it had 7 rounds. The event was well organized by the Cultural Captains and the questions asked were not easy and posed a tough competition for the participants. Questions from various fields were asked. The competition was free and fair and no unfair means were used. The quiz was enjoyed by
everyone including the audience. Questions which the participants could not answer were passed on to the audience.All the houses put up a tough competition and were well prepared for the quiz. The first position was bagged by Ekta house followed by Shakti, Shanti and Pragati.
 
 
'Ad-Act' competition held for classes IX and X on 26 October 2018
The participants incorporated all the imaginative proposals and ideas in the limited time given for preparation and they left everyone spellbound by the jubilant advertisements. The hilarious acts by the houses left the audience and judges into splits. The English round was won by Shakti House followed by Ekta House, Pragati House and Shanti House. The Multilingual round was won by Shakti house followed by Pragati House, Ekta House and Shanti House. The event was not just amusing but also enlightened and enriched the audience through the social issues depicted through the acts, which are relevant in the modern world.
 
Photography done by:
Aaryan kohli XI A
 
Hasya Kavi Sammelan held for classes XI-XIII on 7 September 2018

Hasya Kavi Sammelan saw great enthusiasm and zeal by all the participants and houses. The audience was mesmerized by the jubilant and humorous self-written poems which were a pleasure to listen to. The topics for Hasya Kavi Sammelan were ‘Mobile Ki Maya’ and 'Main Aur Mera Computer Aksar Ye Baten Karte Hein'. Shakti House bagged the first position followed by Pragati, Shanti and then Ekta House.

Photography done by :
Aram Yusuf VII C
Devansh Pandita VII A
Nukkad Natak Competition held for classes VI-VIII on 7 September 2018

Nukkad Natak was held for classes VI-VIII on 7 September 2018.Students displayed appreciable enthusiasm and kept the audience hooked by their vivid and vivacious skills, making them break into cackles of laughter and drift into deep reverie as and when required.Judicious use of props was done and stage presence and awareness shown by all participants was commendable. The results were as follows: Ekta received first position, followed by Shanti receiving second and Pragati and Shakti receiving third and fourth position respectively.

Photography done by :
 Aram Yusuf VII C
Devansh Pandita VII A
Fusion Dance and Music held for classes VI-XII on 14 August 2018
The event took place on the 14th of August, 2018.The event was an extravagant display of exceptional talent in the areas of music,dance and art, a harmonious blend of all brought together successfully by the students of classes VI-XII. The topic provided was “freedom of speech and expression”, each comprehended by all in their own manner, thus making each one distinctive.The efforts put in to bring out the various interpretations were worth eulogizing. The dancers; moves had a story to tell, the singers had a sentiment to convey and the instrumentalists had a beat to be felt. The proceedings were delightful, leaving the audience contended and spellbound with the prospect displayed.
The results were as follows: Shakti received first position, followed by Pragati receiving second and Ekta and Shanti receiving third and fourth position respectively.
 
Videography done by:
Bhaskar Manchanda XI A
 
 
 
Debate competition held for classes VI-VIII on 20 July 2018
Debate was organized for classes VI-VIII on 20 July 2018. There were three participants from each house. One participant from each house was to speak for the motion while the other one against the motion and the third participant acted as an interjector, asking questions to other houses. The event was judged by Ms.Vandana and Ms.Sharmishtha who immensely enjoyed the debate and gave a positive feedback to students. A plethora of confidence was seen in each and every participant and was evident in their way of speaking.
The results were as follows: Ekta received first position, followed by Shakti receiving second and Shanti and pragati receiving third and fourth position respectively.Overall it was an entertaining event which stimulated intellect and was enjoyed by both the students and teachers.
 

Results

Photography done by:
Aram Yusuf VII C
Devansh Pandita VII A
Shaivansh Bansal XII A

Debate competition held for classes IX-XIII on 19 July 2018

Debate for classes IX-XII was held on 19 July 2018. The topic for prelim was 'should India put trade barriers to protect domestic market'. Shakti faced Shanti and Pragati faced Ekta in the preliminary round. After a close competition between the houses, shanti and Pragati emerged as the finalists.The topic for the final round was 'use crypto currency'. Finally in the final round Pragati House emerged victorious after a competitive final with Shanti house. All the participants gave their best efforts and the competition left an impactful effect on the judges as well as on the audience who witnessed it.

Results