Middle & Senior - Events

An Orientation Programme was organised for the parents at Apeejay School, Panchsheel Park, for classes X and XII. The aim was to familiarise the parents as "partners in progress” with the curriculum, rules, and regulations of the school, safety measures, teaching methodologies, co-scholastic activities, evaluation system, clubs, and outbound activities. The programme commenced with a warm welcome to the parents followed by the ceremonial lighting of the lamp with a welcome song. The School Principal, Ms Ritu Mehta, addressed the gathering. In her speech, she introduced the Apeejay Education and she laid stress on effective communication between the teachers & the parents, and also sought their support and suggestions so that the children could be provided the best for their overall development. She suggested different measures to nurture a child with love and care to build a strong foundation for a glorious future. She has also shared the CBSE result of the school and laurels of children in different fields with the parents. The Coordinators of the Middle and Secondary Wings spoke about new innovative activities, examination policies, and changes in the CBSE pattern.

The Annual Excellence Award Ceremony held at Apeejay School, Panchsheel Park, saw more than 300 students receive recognition for their hard work in academics, co-scholastic, sports, and human values. It was a day for celebration, enthusiasm, commitment, and effort by honouring those who relentlessly pursued the path to success. The ceremony began with the customary lighting of the ceremonial lamp by Chief Guest, Shri Atul Kumar Thakur, IPS Dy. Commissioner of Police South, New Delhi. The audience that comprised parents and grandparents were treated to delightful dance performances reflecting the cultural glory of our nation. Later on, addressing the audience the Chief Guest delivered an inspirational speech. He not only congratulated the winners but also those who performed to the best of their ability yet could not be a prize winner. He encouraged them to strive for new challenges and expand their capacities. He also emphasised the holistic development of a child where learning must be inclusive of all interests, aptitude, and abilities. Principal, Apeejay School, Panchsheel Park, Ms Ritu Mehta asked children to follow the path laid by the illustrious alumni of the School. She congratulated the parents and grandparents for the stupendous success of their ward. She told students that “never wait for a perfect moment, just take a moment and make it perfect”. The spectacular show ended amidst thunderous applauds conferring strength and encouragement upon every individual.

New Delhi, Dec 7, 2019: An exuberant Annual Appreciation Day was held at Apeejay School, Panchsheel Park, on December 7, 2019. The event commenced with the traditional lighting of the ceremonial lamp by Chief Guest, Ms Namgya Khampa, Joint Secretary, DPA, Ministry of External Affairs, and School Principal, Ms Ritu Mehta. The event was also graced by renowned School alumni - Ms Manika Gaikwar, Managing Editor - NDTV 24x7 and Dr Abhijit, Neonatal Pediatric Surgeon, Max Group of Hospitals. Dr V.S. Garg, Education Advisor, Apeejay Education, and principals of other Apeejay Schools also graced the occasion. In her address to the gathering after the much-awaited prize distribution ceremony of the meritorious students, Ms Namgya Khampa exhorted the students to brace up for failures and use them as a stepping stone for success and also urged them to serve the country by joining the Indian Foreign Service and explore the world around. The School Principal, Ms Ritu Mehta, in her annual report highlighted the remarkable achievements of the School students, the various awards and accolades the school had received in various fields of academia, sports, and culture. The School orchestra ‘Symphony’ enchanted the audience with a sonorous rendition of Raag Kalavati while the English choir mesmerised all with their medley of foot-tapping songs. The Hindi choir brought in the patriotic flavour with its mellifluous rendition of 'Rashtra Aaradhan Karein Hum'.The highlight of the evening, the play 'Chanakya The Preacher & Reformer' enthralled the audience with captivating performances by the students, and the various dance performances amalgamated into the play like Kathak, Martial Arts, and Vishkanya enraptured one and all. The play, through the character of Chanakya, imparted the important lessons of life, popularly known as 'Chanakya Neeti'. In a rare gesture, the retired teachers of the school were felicitated to follow the Guru-Shishya tradition as propounded by Chanakya. The celebrations closed with a spectacular grand finale amidst huge applause and a standing ovation by our esteemed dignitaries. The Interact Club President rendered the Vote of Thanks and expressed her gratitude to all those who had wholeheartedly contributed to make this event a grand success.

New Delhi, Oct 18, 2019: Apeejay School, Panchsheel Park, celebrated its gala annual event ‘Force Fest’ on 18th October 2019. The competition witnessed enthusiastic participation of more than 50 schools of the NCR in events like Web Designing, Quiz, ChangX, Programming, App Development, Ms-Paint, Animation, Digital Imaging, Audio Video Editing, Robowars, Cryptic Hunt, Surprise Event, and Gaming. The gala event was inaugurated by the Chief Guest, Mr Sumit Gupta, CTO of a US-based Digital Media company. He spoke to students and encouraged them to gain more innovative knowledge. After the tough competition, Apeejay School, Noida was adjudged the Overall Winner and Air Force Bal Bharti School bagged the Runners-Up trophy. The Principal of the School, Mrs Ritu Mehta, motivated the students towards making a choice of authentic websites while using the internet. She encouraged students to enhance their technical knowledge and asked them to be abreast of the latest updates.

Founder’s Day is traditionally a very important day in the school calendar when members of the school community – management, staff, students, and friends – meet to revere those who founded the school and who have bequeathed resources to its development. An atmosphere of celebration filled the school when the students and teachers gathered to celebrate Founder’s Day 2019 - the 100th birth anniversary of our Chairman, Dr Stya Paul. The day was celebrated with fervour, zest, and enthusiasm in the school. The fiesta commenced on a tranquil note with the offering of flowers as a tribute to the divine soul followed by the rendition of the mellifluous bhajans by the senior choir group. School Principal, Ms Ritu Mehta, addressed the assembly and read the President`s message on Founder’s Day. She also spoke to the children about the life of Chairman Sir, his hard work, and philosophy of life. A skit was conducted by the Primary Wing students on the life and values of our visionary chairman. Through the skit, children showcased his life, challenges, hard work, and his success story. Three students of the middle, secondary, and senior secondary school were awarded the Dr. Stya Paul Award for Human Values. The children were awarded a cash prize along with certificates. The program culminated with a galore of Chairman`s favourite bhajans followed by Ramdhun. Everyone in the school remembered him as a true karamyogi and an epitome of love.