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ST. MARK’S GIRLS SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL
MEERA BAGH, NEW DELHI - 87
This Society runs St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh & Janakpuri too.
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Inter School Competitions
Our students participated in Confluence organised by K. R. Mangalam World School - (May 2017)
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"Champions rarely talk. They just perform and it is the people around them who talk."

The saying stands true as the students of our school who participated in 'Confluence' organised by K. R. Mangalam World School gave us an opportunity to celebrate their success. Some of the events in which students participated are : Move in style, Declamation Competition, Eco Kala, Metropolis 2.0, Western dance on 'No Bullying', Sanskrit poster making etc.

The following students brought laurels to our school :

Divyanshi Joshi of Class VIII-D and Bhoomika of Class VII stood first in the Metropolis 2.0: Brochure designing on 'Smart City',

Ananya Sawhney of Class IX-E and Afrishem Kaur of Class IX-E stood second in the Sanskrit Poster Making on proverbs and

Pranjal Sehrawat of Class XI-A stood first in the Declamation Competition.

Inter School Elocution Championship - (31 January 2017)
St. Mark’s Girls Sr. Sec. School, Meera Bagh - Inter School Elocution Championship : Click to Enlarge'A poem is a communication from one soul to another that makes one or more hearts sing.'

Keeping the spirit of the above lines Diya Kaushik of Class VI-C was adjudged second runner up at the Inter school Elocution Championship organised by Bal Bharti School, Rajender Nagar.

Kudos to the budding talent for making the SMGS family proud.
Inter School Language Enrichment Activity - (29 August 2016)
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"Words are singularly the most powerful force available to humanity.”

The development of conversational skills is one of the main objectives of teaching English language. Effective communication helps the young learners to gain confidence and benefits them in their personal and professional growth. Keeping the significance of conversational skills in mind, St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School (Janakpuri) organised a non-competitive event 'Contemporary Conversations' on 29 August 2016.

Fourteen students from SMGS - each from Class VII and VIII, participated enthusiastically to enact on the given situation using dialogues. It was a collaborative effort as the students were divided into a team of 3 participants - one from each school. It was three minutes presentation on contemporary topics wherein the various groups got an opportunity to validate their ideas and present themselves in an effective way. The event contributed a great deal in developing basic interactive skills necessary for life.
Ad Mania ... between Creativity and Wit - (July 2016)
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The goal of language is effective communication. Twenty eight students of our school participated in 'Ad Mania ... between Creativity and Wit' - an event that was organized at St. Mark' s Public Sr. Sec. School with the intent to promote communicative efficiency among young students. This event provided the students with an opportunity to think creatively as they penned down elevator speeches for the innovative products they were given to advertise. Their foot tapping jingles added rhyme and rhythm to the presentations that were entertaining as well as engrossing. This endeavour was definitely worthy of appreciation as it gave the students a platform to build on their confidence and further hone their communication skills in a non competetive format.
Tell a Tale Activity for Classwes VII and VIII - (April 2016)
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An extensive inter-school ‘Tell a Tale’ Activity was conducted in St Mark’s Girls Senior Sec. School. It was an enthralling and successful event conducted by the School Staff. Students from various branches of the School participated enthusiastically.

The activity brought forward a creative stage for the students to showcase their myriad abilities and innovative imaginations.

Students were divided into ten groups as the event of the day commenced with an ice breaking session to encourage students to create expressive and meaningful titles for their groups.

With the follow-up of the day, students were allotted with eloquent words to give a title to their inventive stories. Students presented impressive and illuminative tales which enlightened their sheer abilities to look into a world of their own. They ornamented their tales with perfect expressions, gestures, dialogues and required confidence to perform energetically on stage. The efforts of the students were well rewarded with encouraging participation certificates and refreshments to munch on. Overall, it was truly a terrific learning experience for our budding young minds. It not only assisted students to find their hidden talents but also effortlessly helped the teachers to learn more about what a child’s mind could create and altogether mend a new cosmos. It can absolutely be said that the students lived to the truthful words of Einstein who said “Imagination is more important than knowledge. . . for knowledge is limited, whereas imagination embraces the entire world”.
13th Geofest and National Geography Olympiad 2015 - (October 2015)
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"We have not inherited the earth from our fathers, we are borrowing it from our children." carrying this message City Montessori School, Rajajipuram Campus, Lucknow organized the 13th Geofest and National Geography Olympiad 2015. A team of 6 students from our school - Devanshi Dembla, Sahejpreet Kaur, Yashika Miglani, Aanchal Singh, Deeksha Madan and Kriti Chopra along with team leader Miss Jeetu Bhalla participated in the five day event. The event focused on the means of awakening the conscience to protect planet earth from further decay due to climatic changes and global warming. The event not only gave a dynamic exposure to the children but also instilled within them a never dying competitive spirit. The students took part in Quizzing, Create Your Taste, Model Display, Geotalk, Geotoons, Voice and Vision and Cultural Presentation. The students got the opportunity to meet Mr. Jagdish Gandhi, the founder of City Montessori School and the man behind the slogan JAI JAGAT. They were impressed by the vision of Mr. Gandhi that focus on One God, World Parliament, one Currency etc.

The students even brought laurels to the school. Sahejpreet Kaur and Devanshi Dembla bagged 1st position in Create Your Taste, Devanshi Dembla, Sahejpreet Kaur, Yashika Miglani, Aanchal Singh, Deeksha Madan and Kriti Chopra bagged 3rd position in Voice and Vision and Aanchal Singh and Kriti Chopra received the Commendation Certificates in Create Your Taste. It was a great learning experience for the students. The 13th Geofest added another golden feather to the school's cap.
Drama Festival - (September 2015)
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Our young actors who staged the fractured play Romeo and Juliet during the drama festival organized by Vasant Valley School, Delhi.
Reflection 2015 : Visit to CMS, Lucknow - (August 2015)
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"Every accomplishment starts with the decision too try", carrying the same spirit, 6 students from our school - Aarushi Mishra (XII-B), Damini Yadav (XI-C), Pavitra NAidu (XI-B), Kajal, Sharvi, Aarti along with Miss Gunjan Chawla participated in a 4 day event - 'Reflections International' organised by City Montessori School, Mahanagar Campus- III, Lucknow. The event not only gave a dynamic exposure to the children but also instilled within them a never dying competitive spirit. The students took part in Endeavour, Socrates Speaketh, Brochure Making, Sculpture Presentation, King Arthur's Round Table (Group Discussion) and Kaleidoscope. All competitions were in sync with the theme of the programme - 'Those who don not learn from the mistakes of History are doomed to repeat it" and thus, students celebrated the festival of history and civics and added to their knowledge of the subjects.

The students even brought laurels to the school. Damini Yadav bagged the first position in Debate, Aarushi Mishra stood third in Socrates Speaketh, Kajal Gupta, Aarti Bansal and the Team leader Ms. Gunjan Chawla stood first in the Endeavour, a competition that exhibited the school's toil and dedication towards creating a better society through community service. Our school also won the overall championship trophy for the event, which was a moment of great pride. Reflections International added another golden feather to the school's cap.
Just a Minute Competition by INTACH - (May 2015)
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People's relationship to their heritage is the same as the relationship of a child to its mother. Keeping in with this spirit, INTACH had organised "Just a Minute" competition to promote awareness about our heritage and the need to conserve it. Deeksha Madan and Damini Yadav of Class XI of St. Mark's Girls Sr. Sec. School participated in the event and won a Special Prize. Their views about conservation of Heritage and ways to create awareness about it were appreciated by the audience.
Lexicon 2015
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In its pursuit to celebrate the exuberance of the majestic language English, St. Marks’ Sr. Sec. School organized LEXICON 2015. A plethora of activities like quiz, Poetry dramatization, Character Enactment Speak on Poets and authors and many more were organized to propagate in students a love for this global language. The students of our school participated in these events with great zeal and fervor and added another feather to the school’s cap by winning accolades.

The winners are as follows :

CHARACTER DRAMATIZATION
LAKSHITA CHHABRA (VI C) : Cosolation
HARSHITA KOHLI (VI A) : Cosolation
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POETRY DRAMATIZATION
BHUMIKA ATTRI (VII C) : Cosolation
KARMAN KAUR (VII C) : Cosolation
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SPEAK ABOUT AUTHORS AND POETS
MUSKAN JHA (VIII) : Cosolation
ISHIKA BANSAL (VIII C) : Cosolation

The school Principal Ms. Sheena Kalenga congratulated the students and applauded the efforts of the teachers.

10th Eureka International Educational and Cultural Festival - (November 2014)
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Education is a continuous and creative process that brings out the vast potential inherent in each child. To further enhance and exhibit the talent of our students, a team of 10 students attended the 10th Eureka International Educational and Cultural Festival organised by City Montessori School, Lucknow. Our fervent students of classes V and VIII participated in a plethora of activities namely Dramatics, Cultural dances, Media Reportage, Quiz, Pop Art and Multi Media. They showcased their art in the best possible way. Our meritorious students bagged the first position in Dramatics and second position in Cultural dance. Our team of primary students cracked the preliminary round of media reportage. Such international events give exposure to the students thus developing their confidence, understanding and patience. The students who participated are Nehal Jodia, Pranjal Kaushik, Niharika Khurana, Sakshi Bansal and Mahika Gupta of class V and Sudiksha, Nida Siddiqui, Kritika Grewal, Ananya Nayak, Pranjal Sehrawat of class VIII.
Geofest 2014 - (8 to 11 November 2014)
Humankind has not woven the web of life. We are but one thread within it. Whatever we do to the web, we do to ourselves. All things are bound together. All things connect. Indeed even our smallest of unthought actions can have catastrophic effects on the environment and the smallest of steps taken in the right direction have the power to turn the world upside down.

Keeping the same in mind, Geofest 2014 was organized by CMS School, Lucknow from 8 November to 11 November 2014. A delegation of six students accompanied by their teacher coordinator Ms. Gunjan Chawla attended the event. Students indulged in activities ranging from collage and cartoon making to web designing and debate. They also presented conspicuous and breathtaking models on 'Promoting use of renewable energy' and 'My modern Eco-friendly dream house'. The event was successful in its endeavour to sensitize the students about the need to save our ailing Earth.

Jharna Singhal and Naina Gandhi won the consolation prize in Geo-toons while the work and effort of the others was praised and appreciated by all. The students returned back home elated with beautiful memories and the indomitable will to do their bit to save the Earth.
Confluence 2014 - (6 to 10 May 2014)
The students of our school participated in the Confluence 2014 which was hosted by K. R. Mangalam World School from 6th May to 10th May 2014. There were various events that took place over these few days ranging from newspaper designing to website designing, etc, etc. Our students participated with full zest and their industriousness paid off when they were rewarded for their excellence and applauded in front of the gathering. Although the students' diligence had a major role to play in bringing laurels to the school, the teachers deserve as much credit as it was under their tutelage that our students were able to win the competitions and create a space for themselves in the crowd.

The winners of the Confluence 2014 are :
Art Stylisme (for classes IX to XII) Garima Bhatia (XII A)
Kirtee Kaul (XII A)
Tina Goyal (XII A)
Ms. Isha II Prize
Sanskrit Kahani Vachan
(for classes IX and X)
Mahima Gupta (X B) Ms. Bhutani II Prize
Regional Level Science Exhibition - (7 to 9 May 2014)
St. Mark’s Girls Sr. Sec. School, Meera Bagh brought laurels once again when they qualified Regional level CBSE Science Exhibition : Click to EnlargeSt. Mark’s Girls Sr. Sec. School, Meera Bagh brought laurels once again when they qualified Regional level CBSE Science Exhibition : Click to EnlargeStudents of St. Mark's Girls Sr. Sec. School, Meera Bagh brought laurels once again when they qualified Regional level CBSE Science Exhibition. 110 Schools from all across Delhi participated in the event. Four students took part in Exhibition which was held at Rukmini Devi Public school, Pitampura from 7th to 9th May 2014.

Simran Dhir and Tanya Gaba of Class XII displayed their model on 'Universal Switch' which qualified regional level. Mahima Negi and Namrata Pandey displayed their model on theme 'Agriculture'. Students received certificates for participation.

School Principal, Ms. Sheena Kalenga and Vice Principal, Ms. Sabina Shergill congratulated the students for their achievement.
Manav Sthali Maths Talent Exam - (25 February 2014)
"The true spirit of delight, the exaltation, the sense of being more than Man, which is the touchstone of the highest excellence, is to be found in mathematics."

Dig down deep into anything and you’ll find maths. It is literally everywhere. Young minds love maths and die to dig deep into its enthralling mysteries and quench their thirst. Keeping the same in mind, Manav Sthali organized its annual Maths Talent Exam on 25 February 2014. Students from reputed schools allover Delhi took part in this prestigious event. Students of classes VI to XII of our school participated in this event enthusiastically and displayed their extraordinary mathematical skills.
 
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