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13.02.2012: Career Counselling Workshop

Queen’s Valley School organised a Career Counselling Workshop for the students of Class X on 13th February 2012. The aim of the work shop was to help them make the right career and stream choices. The three hour workshop, where parents were also invited, was conducted by Mr Shiv Dewan from One Step Up Education Services. One Step Up Education Services is an organisation by IIM graduates.

The workshop began with an ice breaking session where Mr Shiv Dewan narrated his experiences and made it an extremely humorous and fun filled session.

With a focus on exposure to various careers, he used short films showcasing professionals from their respective fields. The film shown on Medicine as a career took the students through a busy day in the life of a Doctor. Through the course of film the students were made aware about the challenges that a Doctor faces along with the advantages of pursuing Medicine as a career. The film was followed by a short presentation which covered which subjects to choose, information on colleges, costs of the course, career opportunities and salary packages. They also informed the students about college options which can be explored in foreign universities.

Engineering as career option was discussed after showing a typical day in the life of an Automobile Engineer. It also opened a completely new field of study for the eager learners. The presentation later on informed them about the subject choices, entrance exams and the college options available to them.

A completely new and offbeat option also that was shown to the students was that of a Radio Jockey which left the audience awe struck and wondering as to how many of them could embark on such a career.

Chartered Accountancy as a career option was discussed especially on popular demand of the students opting for Commerce as a subject choice. Through the span of this discussion many students who had already decided on the Science could be seen changing their minds.

At the end of the work shop the students were taken through the summarised grid of 30 career choices and the subject choice which they would be require to make for a particular career. For example, for Architecture one requires specific subjects whereas a career like Journalism can be pursued from any stream.

The students were also informed that they can stay in touch with the Career Counsellor over e-mail.

At the end of the session the parents who were present also had their queries answered.

For the Queens the three hour session came to an end too soon, as they were completely engrossed in the work shop.



03.02.12 – My 3D Garden Competition

Children learn by doing i.e. they learn as they play. They learn through activities, which involve their concentration and muscle co-ordination. It is important to engage children in a child centered task. It helps in developing their interest in reusing material. It develops their cognitive skills and boosts their creativity.QVS organized a competition based on the concept of objects in their three dimensional form on Friday, February 3, 2012 titled my 3D Garden with the aim of ensuring that our princesses develop their motor skills and eye hand co-ordination. The 3-D garden competition brought out the best in our princesses. The Princesses created different three dimensional figures using clay and depicted scenes like a garden, swings, a temple, various animals, birds etc.

The Result is as follows:

Name Class Position
Tanushka Rapunzel First
Rishima Khare Angelina First
Rishika Snow White Second
Asmi Basu Sarkar Jasmine Second
Ishanvi Snow White Second
Hamna Zafar Rapunzel Third
Prachi Rapunzel Third
Ira Rapunzel Third
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