Pariksha Par Charcha 2.0
Noida, Jan. 29, 2019: Given the approaching exam season, Prime Minister Narendra Modi once again interacted with a cross section of students, teachers and parents in a special initiative, Pariksha Par Charcha 2.0. About 1200 students of Apeejay School, Noida, from secondary and senior secondary classes, enthusiastically converged in the School auditorium at 11am to listen to Prime Minister Modi's views on how to beat stress and set goals
It was a unique interaction wherein students, teachers, parents and the Prime Minister came together to discuss various issues related to examinations and the stress connected to it. The Prime Minister requested parents to not expect their children to fulfill their unfulfilled dreams. He reiterated that every child has his or her potential
Students benefited immensely through the honorable Prime Minister's rich experience and wisdom.
National Voters’ Day & Republic Day Celebration
Noida, Jan. 25, 2019: To commemorate the 70th Republic Day, the Pre-Primary students were dressed up as Defence Personnel from Army, Navy and Air Force. In the assembly, one of the students played the tune of the song ‘Nanha Munna Rahi Hun’ on the synthesizer. Students also presented colourful tableaux representing the different states of India.
In the Primary Department, an informative talk was presented in the morning assembly that unfolded the pages of Indian History, emphasising the importance of this national festival. The children sang a medley of patriotic songs, informative and enriching videos on the Republic Day and Statue of Unity apprised all about the importance of the constitution of India and universal brotherhood.
In the Senior Wing, a special assembly was conducted by Nehru House in the School ground. The students from classes VI-XI gathered together to celebrate the occasion, which also coincided with the National Voters Day.
The celebration commenced with the unfurling of the Flag by the Principal and the Vice-Principal, to the tune of the National Anthem, played by the School Band. The compere reminded the audience about the significance of Republic Day and was followed by a song saluting our mother land.
To elaborate the significance of the Voters’ Day, a talk was presented which was further reinforced by the students of Class XI F, through a Nukkad Natak performance. The School Principal administered a special oath, framed by the election commission, wherein the students pledged to preserve the democracy of our country. A number of students were acknowledged and appreciated for their achievements in various inter-school events. The School Principal blessed the students with his words of wisdom and encouraged them to achieve excellence.
Simultaneously, a Poster-Making Competition on the topic ‘Every Vote Counts’ was organised, for Class IX in which students participated with great enthusiasm.
It was a day when all the students and staff resolved to uphold the democratic values of the great nation.