Date

Name of Activity

April 13, 2019

A workshop on Moon Watch, held at Apeejay School, Panchsheel Park.

April 25, 2019

Hindustan Times Pace organised a visit to Art Museum at Kiran Nadar for students of Class VII & IX during School hours.

August 29, 2019

A workshop on ‘Start up Edge Programme’ organised by World Youth Organization for students of classes VIII-XII in Apeejay School, Panchsheel Park. 33 students along with Ms Urvasshi Narang and Mr Jitendra Narula attended the workshop.
The objective of the workshop were:

  • To make the students understand the concept of entrepreneurship
  • To enable the students to prepare business ideas and plan along with their presentation.

September 12, 2019

Workshop on Teachers Transformation By Gweep: A workshop by Mr Gagandeep Arora, Founder of GWEEP, an eminent Motivational Speaker, Competency Trainer and Personality Development Trainer conducted a workshop on ‘Teacher's Transformation’.
In this workshop, he told that it's an exaggeration to say that a great teacher can change a student’s life. There are an endless amount of great teacher stories that attest to the benefits of a strong relationship between an educator and pupil.
The workshop aimed at the most influential role models for developing students, teachers are responsible for more than just academic enrichment. A great educator, connects with pupils and reach them on multiple levels , because the best teachers are committed to their students’ well-being both inside and outside the classroom. By forging strong relationships, educators are able to affect virtually every aspect of their students’ lives, teaching them the important life lessons that will help them succeed beyond term papers and standardized tests. He motivated teachers to break the barriers and go out of the way to help their students and lead them towards happy and successful life. There were case studies and role plays given to the teachers and they all have participated enthusiastically.

October 21, 2019

CBSE-IBM AI (Artificial Intelligence) Enabled SEWA Programme for Students

Organised by: Ms Mukta Amba, Ms Preeti Soni
Attended by: 22 students of Class XI
Venue: Class Room
A workshop was conducted by IBM in collaboration with CBSE under a 5-stage training programme for students of Class XI.  The stage 2 workshop had a session of 3 hours. The workshop was attended by shortlisted students of those who attended stage 1 workshop. The students were to follow the ideation and brainstorming techniques followed in stage 1 to ideate solutions for the problem they wished to solve and share in stage 2 about the process followed and how they identified their top 3 ideas.  It was conducted by IBM trained experts. This training was attended by 22 students of Class XI seeking or wishing to explore the AI in future.

November 7, 2019

Apeejay School organised an Oracle Seminar on Cloud Computing, conducted by the School of Engineering and Technology, Apeejay Stya University, in collaboration with Oracle Workforce Development Team.

December 8, 2019

The PHD Women and Child Development Committee at Chamber of Commerce works towards the holistic and integrated development of both women and children. To achieve this the Committee provided platform to four successful women entrepreneurs - Ms Deepika Jindal (transforming steel into household designer items), Ms Nandita Jain  (sculpture with a difference), Ms Shilu Kumar (contemporary apparel for pashmina) and Ms Sonal Arora (to prepare six meals a day in a healthy way) to come together and be part of a program called 'Out of the Box' held on 8th December 2019 at the premises of Chamber of Commerce, New Delhi.
'Never Give Up' spirit of the key speakers came through as they shared their experiences,wherein they faced  challenges imposed by the society and family yet emerged as a winner. Ms Deepika Jindal emphasised on self worth and ‘Made in India’ concept. The session further had Ms Nandita Jain who gave a mantra that it is never too late to follow one's dream. Ms Shilu Kumar said not to compromise on quality. Ms Sonal Arora shared her insight on the fact that the same rule doesn't apply to all.
Other young and budding entrepreneurs also got the opportunity to put forth their views on how to make Indian women empowered and make India a strong nation.
Students of Apeejay made a mark by asking pertinent questions in the open house session. Children also got the opportunity to interact with Padma Shri Ms Shovana Narayan, an illustrious  Kathak exponent.
Harmony, Progress and Development was the purpose of the event.

December 14 & 15, 2019

Avishkaar Makeathon was a National Science Prototype Invention Competition in which 128 teams from 118 schools of 20 states of India participated.
Apeejay School, Panchsheel Park, New Delhi was one of the participants from the New Delhi region.
The competition which was organised on 14th and 15th December 2019 in Thyagaraj Stadium nd was held in 3 stages - Ideate stage in which 650+ teams participated, Prototype stage for which 300+ teams were qualified and Showcase stage for which 101 teams qualified. Our school teamDevtech’ also qualified for the Showcase stage and competed with other 100 teams.
The competition started with a grand opening ceremony which included flag march and cultural programs. On the 2nd day, after felicitation ceremony, the program ended with a great ‘Avishkaar light and sound show’.
The judges and Guests of Honour were from all over the world. Mr. Tarun Bhalla was the maker of the program. He also organised various maker's workshops for the apprentice inventors which included Aeromodelling, 3d Pen Art, Maker's Board And Rob Science.
During judgement round, judges were impressed by the prototype of our team . It was indeed a great learning experience for all.

17th to 21st December 2019

Prakriti Malik, Kashish Goyal, and Sreya Priyadarsini of Class XI attended the 'Inspire (Innovative in Science Pursuit for Inspired Research) Internship Program' at Deshbandhu College from 17th to 21st December 2019. The four-day programme was attended by Science enthusiasts from schools across the city.
Eminent research scholars from the field of Science conducted talks and demonstrated interesting experiments to give students an insight into developing trends in the diverse branches of Science for classes XI & XII students.
Dr A.K. Bakshi began the session with a lecture on how to clear the misconceptions in Chemistry. He even spoke about Computer Bioinformatics in which he explained the benefits of the integration of computer with Biology in the field of research.
Post lunch, the students observed the slides under electronic microscopes and were able to see the rod shaped bacteria.
On the third day, Professor Dhananjay V Guard demonstrated the working of battery less dice, electronic flickering candle, LED matchstick and LED based touch sensor and display array to the students. The third session also included experiments from Physics to enhance experimental skills of the students.
The program was an extremely enriching one where along with the students, Science teachers including Payal Kapoor, Twinkle Grover, Dimple Agarwal and Dr Navnita were also present . The teachers and the students were felicitated with certificates.

STUDENTS’ WORKSHOP / SEMINARS

May 9, 2017

Expressions India organised a workshop on ‘Gender Sensitization’. Five students along with Dr. Sunita Roy attended the workshop.