Apeejay School - Nerul
Apeejay School - Nerul
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Mumbai, August 23, 2012: A “Health and Hygiene Awareness Workshop” was conducted for girls of Classes VI to X. The highlights of the workshop were as follows

  • The aim of health and hygiene awareness was to create consciousness about maintaining personal hygiene and cleanliness as well as ensure that the girls understood how bad sanitation practices can have a negative impact on their and their families' health
  • The teens were also told the importance of protecting their health and to promote their well being
  • To increase awareness with regards to the negative impact of bad sanitation practices on the environment
  • They were also counselled on personal protection in public places

Mumbai, August 13, 2012: The school organised a career guidance session for Class XI and XII (Commerce). Resource person from the Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) conducted a session where the students were given complete information about various professions as their queries were addressed.

Mumbai, September 1, 2012: Some enthusiastic students of the school set out on a rally against 'Child Labour' led out by the Principal, Associate Principal and the Prefectorial Board of the School.

The School also organised an inter-class poster-making competition for the students of Classes VI to X and the posters were displayed during the rally. Before the rally commenced, an interactive session was taken up with Assistant Labour Commissioner (Central) Mumbai, Dr. R. G. Meena. He briefed the students of the School about the current scenario of child labour in India and the ways to eradicate it. As the students marched through Nerul, they walked towards various shops and interacted with the shopkeepers as they encouraged them to fight against child labour and the related issues. It was a learning experience for the students.

Mumbai, September 1, 2012: Sies College, Nerul conducted a workshop which was attended by 51 students from Classes VIII- X. Two computer teachers who accompanied them were Mrs. Banumathy G. and Mrs. Sukhwinder Singh Sandhu who had hands-on practice regarding making the robot as the working of the robot was tested.