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31.07.2015 : CLASS PRE PRIMARY QUIZ COMPETITION

A quiz on the syllabus of all the subjects and general awareness was conducted for the princesses of Pre‐Primary on Monday 31st July 2015. The aim of the quiz was to enhance the reasoning and applicative skills of the princesses. The participating six teams, faced seven rounds of questions. The children were given visual clues through power point presentation and real objects. From participating six teams, three teams with the highest scores moved to the final buzzer round. The competition was tough in the last round as all the teams were eager to hit the buzzer first. There was a tie breaker in the end for the second position. The participants and the audience thoroughly enjoyed the quiz. The enthusiasm and excitement and nervousness of the final outcome was visible on the faces of all the participants as well as the audience, as everyone waited eagerly for the final result. The winners were:

TEAM F:
NAME SECTION POSITION
SHREYA RAJ GOLDILOCKS I
AKSHITI BHARDWAJ GOLDILOCKS I
HANNA YADAV GOLDILOCKS I

TEAM E:
NAME SECTION POSITION
AAYUSHI BISHT CINDERELLA II
SHIVIKA SINGH CINDERELLA II
SMAIRA MALOHTRA CINDERELLA II

TEAM D:
>NAME SECTION POSITION
BHARTI MERMAIDIA III
DHRITI GAMBHIR MERMAIDIA III
VAIBHAVI MERMAIDIA III






31.07.2015 : Science Month- “RJs of Science”

“We should not teach children the sciences but give them a taste for them.”
― Jean Jacques Rousseau

Science enables free thinking among children. It always endeavours to enable children to use their minds without prejudice and without fearing to understand things that clash with their own customs, privileges or beliefs. New ideas grow in the minds of children which make them build up their curiosity and venture their minds in different directions, thereby promoting scientific attitude among budding young students. This is what the science month at Queen’s Valley School was meant for i.e. to make children taste each and every aspect of science without teaching them “THE SCIENCES”.

Entertainment is also a part of education and our students' excellent skills be it in the fields of music, dance, acting, oratory or scientific skills was showcased through Radio Jockeys of Science. The event saw young enthusiastic participants addressing to the masses, exhibiting their innovative ideas and means to entertain them. The theme-based programmes organized by students included

Students were trained and preliminary round was conducted before the finalists were chosen. Moving ahead of all, the students who outshone in the event were

NAME CLASS-SECTION POSITION
Sanskruti Jagga IX B I
Deepali Mehta
Khushi Maheshwari
Saaniya Tanwar
Yashi Yadav
IX A II
Aditi Bhattacharjee
Monalika Chaudhary
Simran Randive
IX D III

The competition helped the students to entertain and interact with a large audience. The effort put in by the students was appreciated by all. Through such an event, the school again proved true to its principles of scientific inquiry, innovation and experimentation by creating exceptionally novel and utilitarian method of engaging students in promoting sciences among all.

The event was a huge success. Enthusiasm and effervescence overflowed amongst students and their teachers.





30.07.2015: MEMORY MATRIX SCIENCE QUIZ

“The important thing is to never stop questioning”
― Albert Einstein

To kindle students’ interest in science and elevate their scientific temperament, QVS organised a science quiz as a part of science and technology month for Class XIon30th July 2015. The quiz was meant to instil a healthy spirit of competition among the students and push them to explore the world of science further. The quiz was preceded by a written qualifying round, from which two teams of six students each made the cut, each representing their respective section.

The teams faced challenging rounds in this battle of supremacy. The audio visual round prompted them to react quickly to stimuli to answer correctly, and rapid fire round tested their speed. The competition was neck to neck till the final buzzer round, with more points at stake. In the end, team Galaxy Blasters turned the tables and emerged as winners. The science quiz turned out to be a huge success.

The winners of the Quiz are as follows:

The winners are:
NAME CLASS POSITION
AKANKSHA
NATASHA BANGARI
NEHA BHARDWAJ
SANYUKTA KALITA
TANISHKA
TANYA SINGH
XI D FIRST





29.07.15: CLASS III-XII Inter House Yoga Competition

As the Bhagavad Gita says: “A person is said to have achieved yoga,the union with the self,when the perfectly disciplined mind gets freedom from all desires,and becomes absorbed in the self alone”.

Yoga is a tool to assist our human evolution.It aims to achieve this through a series of physical and mental exercises. The yoga postures or ‘asanas’aim to keep the body, mind and sound healthy. The mental techniques include breathing exercises or ‘pranayam’ and meditation or ‘dhyana’ to discipline the mind.Yoga exercises recharge the body with cosmic energy that facilitates attainment of perfect equilibrium and harmony. It also helps in increasing flexibility, muscle strength and body tone. It improves respiration, energy and vitality. With a focus on the importance of robust body and an active lifestyle,QUEEN’S VALLEY SCHOOL organized an inter‐house yoga competition for classes V to XII on 29th July 2015 and for classes III & IV on 22nd July 2015. Before the final competition, prelims were held between 8th July and 17th July for classes III‐XII. It was a great delight to see the participants perform various Asanassuchas Chakrasana, Poorna Bhujangasana, Paschimottanasana, Bhunamanasana, Danurasana, Titibasana, Halasana and many more with so much agility. Students from all the houses put their best foot forward to display their potential for yoga.

The winners:
  Name Class House
III MANSI YADAV III F PEACE HOUSE
IV KASAK YADAV IV D COURAGE HOUSE
V ANSHIKA YADUWANSHI V C COURAGE HOUSE
VI NISHTHA YADAV VI F COURAGE HOUSE
VII SHRUTI VII B TRUTH HOUSE
VIII VARSHITHA VIII A INTEGRITY HOUSE
IX SMRITI SHOKEEN IX C TRUTH HOUSE
X VEDIKA X A PEACE HOUSE





29.07.2015 : CLASS III-XII Inter-Class Gymnastics Competition

“Gymnastics taught me everything- life lessons, responsibility, discipline and respect.”
- Shawn Johnson

Queen’s Valley School aims at overall development of its queens. We focus not just on the academics but also on sports. Gymnastics is one such sport which can improve fitness, balance, body control and strength. It also helps to improve the performance of any other sport. A child who attends gymnastics classes regularly has additional cognitive and psychological strength. It improves concentration and makes one’s body more flexible. It also improves co-ordination and self discipline.

An inter- class gymnastics competition was organised for classes V to XII on 24th July 2015 and for classes III & IV on 29th July 2015 in the school Cultural Hall. The final round was followed by a prelim round which was held under two categories: Rhythmic and Artistic Gymnastics. Each child was allowed to participate in the category of their choice. The audience was mesmerized to see how smoothly the students glided from one movement to another as the beats changed. The effort of the students were appreciated with roaring applause.

The winners:

ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS:
GROUP NAME CLASS POSITION
III-V KASHISH GODARA IV D FIRST POSITION
YASHIKA BHATI IV C SECOND POSITION
KAVISHI JINDAL V D THIRD POSITION
VI-VIII YOGITA SINGH VI E FIRST POSITION
VAIBHAVI YADAV VI E SECOND POSITION
VANSHIKA GUPTA VI F THIRD POSITION
IX-XII SMRITI SHOKEEN IX C FIRST POSITION
SALONI CHAHAL IX A SECOND POSITION
TANVI DHILLON IX C THIRD POSITION

RHYTHMIC GYMNASTICS:
GROUP NAME CLASS POSITION
III-V SHAGUN THAKUR V E FIRST POSITION
LAVANYA GUPTA V C SECOND POSITION
RUCHIKA PRASAD V E THIRD POSITION
VI-VIII NITYA VII C FIRST POSITION
SPREEHA GARG VI D SECOND POSITION
VANSHIKA DALAL VI E
KIRTI GUPTA VII C THIRD POSITION
DISHA SINGH MEHRA VI F



29.07.15 : CONCOURS D’ORTOGRAPHE

« Une langue différent est une vision de la vie différente»

Le 29 Juillet 2015, Frehindi a organisé un atelier chez QueensValleypour motiver les étudiantes de participer au concours d’orthographe. Cet atelier de 3heures, qui était pour les étudiantesau but de permettre d’améliorer leurs connaissances. Il y avait des jeux , des activités qui aident les étudiantes de mémorises les chiffres, les verbes.

Le atelier a été efficacement coordonné par M. HaruMehra, responsable pédagogique des stages de Frehindi .Il a crée un effet électrisante chez les cœurs des étudiantes qu’elle va volontairement participer aux activités de mémoriser le bon sens et l'orthographe avec la prononciation correcte de chaque mot.

Finalement, Nous nous sentons tellement heureux et enrichis après cette formation que nous ne pouvons cesser de remercier M.HaruMehra pour ses efforts inlassables et altruistes qui ont fait un événement inoubliable.





27.07.15 : CLASS IV: INTERCLASS COMPETITION, ENACT A SCIENTIST‐CLASSIC CHARACTERS

“It is strange that only extraordinary men make the discoveries, which later appear so easy and simple.”

- GEORGE C. LICHTENBERG

The best way of learning about anything is by doing. Enacting what they learn has a positive influence on a child’s learning. It helps in mental development as well. We, at QVS, organized an Interclass competition ‘Enact a Scientist’ for students of class IV in which the students were required to enact as scientists of their choice. The competition was meant to kindle student’s interest in science and elevate their scientific temperament.

The finalists were shortlisted from the prelims round conducted on 14.7.15. The final of the Interclass Enact a Scientist competition was held on 27 July, 2015.

The students participated enthusiastically in this competition. Our Queens participated by enacting scientists like Sir Isaac Newton, Madam Marie Curie, Edward Jenner and Dr. Abdul Kalam. They looked convincing in their costumes. Their acting skills added an edge to the competition. They came confidently and spoke effortlessly. The audience was spellbound by their expressions and was captivated throughout the event. The panel of judges judged the queens on the basis of presentation, confidence, and costume. Moving ahead of all, the students who outshone in the event were:

NAME CLASS POSITION
ANUBHUTI SRIVASTAVA IV-D FIRST POSITION
DIZA JOSHI IV-B SECOND POSITION
DIYA WADHWANI IV-A THIRD POSITION

Through such an event, the school created an exceptionally novel and utilitarian method of engaging students in promoting sciences among all.





24.07.2015 : INTER CLASS “PHENO ACT”- ENACTMENT OF SCIENCE NATURAL PHENOMENON COMPETITION

“I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand “
― Confucius

The best way of learning about anything is by doing. Enacting what they learn has a positive influence on a child’s learning. It helps in mental development as well.

We, at Queen’s Valley School, organized an Inter-class Pheno-act competition for students of class VI in which the students were required to enact a natural phenomenon of their choice. The students for the final Pheno-act competition were shortlisted from the prelims round conducted on 15th July. The final of the Inter class Pheno- act competition was held on 24th July, 2015. The students participated enthusiastically in this competition. The aim of this competition was to develop scientific temperament amongst students. Our queens enacted different natural phenomena like cloud formation, gravity, photosynthesis and meteorites. They looked stunning in their costumes. Their acting skills added an edge to the competition. The audience was spellbound by their expressions and was kept captivated throughout the event.

The competition was a success. Our queens participated with full zeal. The event not only gave them a chance to showcase their skill but also acted as a confidence booster for them. The efforts of our students were highly appreciated by those present.

WINNERS:
NAME CLASS-SECTION POSITION
AKSHITA AGGARWAL
HARSHITA ARORA
NAINA SEHRAWAT
VI C I
VANSHIKA DALAL
TAARINI GOYAL
VI E II
NITIGYA AYUSHI JHA
AMBIKA SINGH
HARSHIKA TANDON
VI A
LAAVANYA
NANDITA  SHARMA
SANSKRITI VERMA
VI B III
AKANKSHA  DANGRI
ADWITIYAA  SINGH
VANSHIKA GUPTA
VI F






22.07.2015: “SCIENCE HOCUS POCUS MAGIC TRICKS”

“The world is full of magic, patiently waiting for our senses to grow sharper.”
― W.B.YEATS

Today’s generation wants to be entertained!! And why not do this with MAGIC! Magic is one of the oldest and most widespread forms of performing art. It is also a discipline with a long legacy of informal experimentation. Magic creates excitement, and at the same time, allows for multi-sensory teaching, engages the mind, the intelligences, the attention and curiosity of the students so that even the commonly unengaged or uninterested students get involved. They too will want to be part of the magic.

“Open your ears and mind and may be one day you can also spell the magical words”.

ABRACADABRA

The students of class VII got a chance to know about many such scientific tricks through an interclass competition “SCIENCE HOCUS POCUS MAGIC TRICKS”. The competition was organized as a part of Science and Technology month and was held on 22nd July, 2015.

The participants dressed themselves as magicians and performed various magical tricks. The scientific tricks were dramatically presented. The participants brought forward dozens of scientific tricks like sticky wand, rising pencil, find the coin, palm the wand and so on. The participants were really confident and were ready to baffle, bewilder and amaze. They were very quick, smooth and subtle. The presentations were effective in capturing and maintaining the attention of the audience. It was a very informative experience and helped to widen the range of students’ knowledge. The Queens participated with great enthusiasm. It was an excellent display of talent and creativity. We hope that the contribution, sensitization, enthusiasm and awareness generated by our queens would encourage others in developing a scientific temperament as well.

The winners are:
NAME CLASS POSITION
GURPREET KAUR
GURNEET KAUR NARANG
VII C
VII B
FIRST POSITION
AKSHITA BHATT VII C SECOND POSITION
VARSHITA RANA VII C THIRD POSITION









21.07.15 : INTER CLASS INNOVENTIONS – MODEL/PROJECT MAKING COMPETITION

Everything is theoretically impossible, until it is done.
- Robert A. Heinlein

With the objective of developing a scientific temperament in students, QVS conducted an Inter-Class Model/Project Making Competition as part of ‘Science and Technology Month’ on 21 July 2015 for students of class X. It was a platform for the students to exhibit, share and display their passion for science through interaction with peers and audiences.

During the competition, students got an exposure to various hand-on-activities around the scientific concepts. As the students performed like scientists while demonstrating the investigatory projects -‘Using Archimedes’ Principle to make a five rupee coin float’ and ‘Detecting saturated fat levels in different types of cooking oil’, they learnt the scientific values of inquiry, logic, critical analysis and experimentation.

The competition saw enthusiastic participants putting up their projects and models comprising of innovative working models like ‘Electric quiz board game on Periodic Table’, ‘Make a rheostat to dim the light’ and investigation based projects like ‘To make the wind work-to lift a load’, ‘Detecting vitamin C in fruits and vegetables’ and ‘Find pH of cosmetics and cleaners using cabbage.’

With an endeavour to promote scientific attitude among budding young students, this competition was one of its kind. It was great learning experience for all.

The Winners:
ANUSHKA CHINMAY SARDESHPANDE X D FIRST POSITION
RITIKA TEHLAN X C
JYOTSNA X D
RUPAL X D
URVIKA PAWAR X D
DEEPASHA X A SECOND POSITION
RUTIKA BIST X D
BHUMIKA  NIMKAR X D
MEGHNA YADAV X B
MADHULIKA BHANSALI X D
SNEHA X D
JUHI HASAN NAQVI X B
JAISHIKA X B THIRD POSITION
ANJALI X A
ANJALI KUMARI X B
DEVANSHI POKHRIYAL X B
ANUSHKA  SURANGE X D
PARISHI X A
AKANKSHA JIYA X B Consolation
DHRITI RANA X C
DIPTI X B
NEHA  AGGARWAL X C
KIRTI X C
KRITIKA X C
SANYA MODI X D
ISHU SRIVASTAVA X B
PLAKSHA X A
RUBIKA X C
RIYA TANWAR X C
HAFSA ZAFAR X D
SAKSHI KAUSHAL X D






20.07.2015 : CLASS Pre-Nursery

Fancy Dress Competition

Oh! What an awesome sight it was to see the tiny tots of Pre-Nursery walking the ramp, dressed in their favourite cartoon character for the Fancy Dress Competition held in school on Monday 20.7.15.Krishna, Chutki, Tom and Jerry were all there lighting up the faces of the children as they recognised their favourite characters. The shy princesses spoke about the Cartoon Character they were depicting. The aim of the competition was to give an opportunity to the little princesses to showcase their creative and oratory skills. They mesmerized the audience with their flamboyant performance. The best performers were:

NAME SECTION
ANANYA SULTANIA THUMBELINA
AARVI  SAROHI THUMBELINA
YASHIKA THUMBELINA






15.07.2015: REPORT FROM GARBAGE TO MASTERPIECE 2015 JULY PRE - SCHOOL & PRE-PRIMARY

Cinderella slippers, coconut shell tabla, corrugated sheet snails, plastic beetles, cardboard radios, bookmarks. What a delight it was to see a novel end product created during the Garbage to Masterpiece competition held in QVS on the 14th and 15th of July 2015 for Pre-School and Pre-Primary respectively. It was mesmerizing for the teachers to watch tiny creative hands working steadily to create a masterpiece. The Queens used simple waste products to create amazing new products. Most of them worked on their own and were able to maneuver pearls, bindis, crystal, tooth picks (to name a few things), beautifully to create the first masterpiece of their school life.

Results of Pre School:
NAME SECTION POSITION
APRAAJITA SINGH ANGELINA I
RUNISHKA GODARA SNOWWHITE I
AADYA ARUN SNOWDROP II
BHAVYA GUGNANI SNOWWHITE II
KIARA KHOSLA ANGELINA III
ANANYA SHARMA SNOWDROP III

Appreciable Performance:
NAME SECTION
AANIYA RAPUNZEL
ANUSHKA SRIVASTAVA ARIEL

Results of Pre PRIMARY:
NAME SECTION POSITION
AMEYA ARYA MERMAIDIA I
PRISHA MEHROTRA MERMAIDIA II
HANNA YADAV GOLDILOCKS II
MAHIMA JASMINE II
ANANYA CHATTERJEE GOLDILOCKS III
DEBANGSHI DUTTA JASMINE III

Appreciable Performance:
NAME SECTION
AVNI JASMINE
ARNISHA GANGULY CINDERELLA
ADRAKSHI CINDERELLA







15.07.2015 : INVESTITURE CEREMONY

The wings of independence are grounded in roots of responsibility... With rights come duties.

July 15 2015 became a proud witness to the ever expanding glory of democratic traditions at Queen's Valley School as the institution commemorated the spirit of the Indian Constitution by standing true to its ideals of transparency and legality in the selection of the students' governing body and felicitating its newly elected members.

The ceremony commenced with the marching of the council members to their designated places. As they took their positions, the school choir group sang the QVS anthem thus reminding the office bearers of their multifarious responsibilities, and inspiring the audience to become active participants in upholding the dignity of the institution. The Principal graced them with the badges and reminded them of the responsibilities that accompany such an endeavour. The Oath Taking Ceremony which followed highlighted the institution's efforts at creating true, loyal and responsible leaders for the nation who would emerge as distinct and glowing in a heteroglossiac nation like India. The newly felicitated members took the oath solemnly and promised to discharge their duties with honesty, integrity and strength of character.

The event culminated in a metaphor of hope through a song dedicated to fulfilling one's dreams by remaining optimistic and honest to one's goals. As the students sung the song in chorus, they became charged with the meaning conveyed by the motto of the institution:

Have Dreams! Have Hope! Have Faith!








15.07.2015: CLASS VIII INTER‐CLASS SLOGAN WRITING COMPETITION ‘ENERGY CONSERVATION IS THE FOUNDATION OF ENERGY INDEPENDENCE’

The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago.
The next best time is today.’

– Chinese Proverb

It is an old Indian saying that ‐ The earth, water and the air are not a gift to us from our parents but a loan from our children. Hence we need to make energy conservation a habit keeping in view our increasing demand for fossil fuels. It is a serious issue and it is said that our energy resources may last only for another 40 years or so.

Therefore, Queen's Valley School organized an Inter‐Class “Slogan Writing” competition for all the students of class VIII on 15th July' 15 as a part of Science and Technology month. The topic given to our queens to display their ideas was‐ “Energy Conservation is the foundation of energy Independence.”

The final round was held in their respective classrooms. Students wrote attractive slogans on the given topic using a myriad of colours and their creativity. The event not only gave a chance to show their talent but also acted as a confidence booster for our queens. The creations of our queens were highly appreciated.

The winners are:
NAME CLASS POSITION
ARUSHI ARORA VIII B FIRST POSITION
ARCHNA VIII D SECOND POSITION
DISHITA KUMARI
NEHA YADAV
VIII A THIRD POSITION






13.07.2015 : CLASS III Inter Class “Food Fight‐ Healthy vs. Junk”

Physical fitness is not only one of the most important keys to a healthy body; it is the basis of dynamic and creative intellectual activity.

– John F. Kennedy

Health is the level of functional or metabolic efficiency of a living organism. In humans it is the ability of individuals or communities to adapt and self‐manage when facing physical, mental or social challenges. The World Health Organization (WHO) defined health in its broader sense in its 1948 constitution as "a state of complete physical, mental, and social well‐being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.

The only way to maintain health is to eat what you don’t want, drink what you don’t like, and do what you’d rather not. If there would be a fight between healthy and junk food then what would happen? If food could tell their qualities to everyone then how would they? Healthy food or junk food? To remove this confusion, the queens of class III came dressed up as food and participated in this fancy dress competition which was held on 13.07.14.

The little queens were dressed up in different costumes representing different food items. They came confidently and spoke effortlessly. They wore wonderful costumes and carried interesting props.The panel of judges judged the queens on the basis of originality, presentation, fluency, pronunciation and degree of appeal to the audience. The competition inculcated confidence, economy of thoughts and expression and good speaking skills in the participants.

WINNERS
NAME CLASS POSITION
PRIYAL JAIN III E FIRST POSITION
HARGUN KAUR III E SECOND POSITION
GUNTAAS KAUR III B THIRD POSITION






13.07.2015 : Inter-House Volleyball Match

“When you’ve got something to prove, there’s nothing greater than a challenge.”

– Terry Bradshaw

Volleyball is a popular recreation sport played all over India, both in rural as well as urban India.

In volleyball, skill and strategy go hand in hand. Developing the right skills and team strategy is the key to winning matches. It doesn’t matter how old you are or how fit you are, Volleyball is loads of fun and a very social game. It’s the only hi-energy, zero body contact, mixed team sport you can play both indoors and outdoors. As a sport, volleyball requires skill, fitness, strategic thinking and the desire to play as part of a team, but whatever level you play at, volleyball can enrich your lifeby improving your fitness and coordination.

So to enhance the above mentioned qualities, QUEEN’S VALLEY SCHOOL organised an Inter-House Volleyball match for its queens. The preliminary round for the same took place for classes VI to VIII on 7th July 2015 and for classes IX to XII on 13th of July, 2015. The matches were conducted between Courage house and Truth house and, between Peace house and Integrity house.

It was an earsplitting, colourful occasion displaying very tough, tense matches. Spectators of these Volleyball matches had a real treat. The students of all the teams were vying for the honor of being the Volleyball Champions. It can be said that the girls made the school proud with their indefatigability, skills, focus and commitment.

The winners:

Classes VI-VIII: Truth House
NAME CLASS
KASHISH VI E
TANU KHURANA VI F
PRAKRATI ATTRI VII A
NIKITA YADAV VII C
VASHVI VII E
DEEPTI VIII A
SANSKRETTI JHA VIII A
DEEPTI GODARA VIII B
HIMANSHI GODARA VIII C
PREKSHA TYAGI VIII D

Classes IX-XII: Integrity House
NAME CLASS
HIMANSHI YADAV IX D
VARSHA IX D
MUSKAN X A
PLAKSHA X A
PRERNA KADYAN X A
AADYA MISHRA X D






09.07.2015 : CLASS V Inter-class Competition

Science Craft queens‐ Best out of Waste
“Use it up,
wear it out,
make it do,
or do without”
~Anonymous

The talented craft queens of class V participated in an enthralling competition of making amazing items in the ‘scientific aura’ out of waste. The old plastic bottles turning into a creative scientific fragment, with the crafty touch and the scientific dexterity of the queens, was just a star of the mighty galaxy of ideas that the queens showed in the competition.

It was truly an inspiring sight to see a ‘waste’ object can be transformed into a utility product. The competition enabled the young queens to be responsible and reliable shoulders for our future Earth. The young queens brought common waste items and big ideas and gave it their talented touch to turn the junk material to amazing yet informative scientific recycled pieces.

The innovative ideas used by the young minds nurturing their inner scientists and artists were just breathtaking, simple waste products were changed into creative and scientific craft pieces. The pomp and participation in the competition was not much of a surprise considering the queens’ mission to benefit the earth. The intriguingly creative competition held on 9th July 2015 also familiarized us with the winners in making projects of beauty using their brains.

Name Class Position
PEARL VIKAS CHOUDHARY V D FIRST POSITION
SHRIJA AGARWAL V D SECOND POSITION
NANCY
MUSKAAN MALHOTRA
DIYA AHLAWAT
V A
V A
V E
THIRD POSITION






03.07.2015: CLASS XII INTER CLASS SCIENCE DECLAMATION COMPETITION

Scientific heritage is the judicious application of scientific learning from eminent scientists undertaken in order to ensure its preservation and continuation for future generation. These constitute a legacy left to us by our forebears, which we in turn have a duty to pass on to our descendants. This inquiry has shown us that the conservation of these physical objects presents a fascinating, rich and diverse range of scientific challenges. Equally, science and technology can make a huge contribution not only to preserving our cultural heritage, but to promoting new and exciting forms of public engagement with both cultural heritage and science. Scientific environment inspires and stimulates creativity. Science has always given a window for human mind to explore about its mysteries and get fascinated about its reality.

Thus, in order to get into deep thinking and to remember our nation’s scientific heritage, Queen’s Valley organized an inter class Science declamation competition for class XII which was held on 3rd July 2015. The queens participated in the competition and explored the greatness of their nation .The topic of the declamation COMPETITION was “PRIDE OF INDIA-A GLIMPSE INTO ITS SCIENTIFIC HERITAGE”

The competition started with a preliminary round wherein the students not only expressed their views and opinions but also spoke on the facts about the contribution of ancient Indians in the fields of science and technology. At the same time, they applied accurate techniques of speech and expressed their opinions with accurate pronunciation, diction and intonation. The audience was enthralled at the novel ideas put forward by the participants’ .Their content and speaking skills kept the audience engaged and wanting for more.

The event helped the participants to develop accuracy of thought and expression, and at the same time develop a sense of inquiry and scientific temperament in them. They were judged on the basis of content and economy of thought.

The winners:
Name Class Position
MAHIMA SHOKHANDA XII D FIRST POSITION
AVNEET KAUR BATRA XII B SECOND POSITION
MOHINI SHARMA XII D

 


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