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International Felicitation for St. Mark’s School, Meera Bagh - (8 March 2017)
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St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh was felicitated with ‘World Girl Child Education and Empowerment Award’ on the occasion of International Women’s Day at India International Centre on 8 March, 2017. The event was graced by eminent dignitaries like High Commissioners for Botswana, Zambia and Nigeria as well as Principals of Gargi College, Daulat Ram College, Janki Devi and Kalindi College.
Green School Programme Award Ceremony - (15 February 2017)
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30 students along with teachers Ms. M. Pathak and Ms. S. Kaur of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh attended Green School Programme Award Ceremony on 15 February, 2017 at India Habitat Centre. Students participated in Sit and draw competition wherein they had to make posters on any of the given themes (Food waste, Green cities, Saviours of the Earth). Students were sensitized towards importance of conserving resources by means of street plays and exhibition.
Three Awards for St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh - (13 September 2016)
Three Awards for St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh : Click to EnlargeA proud moment for St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh as it received three awards at the Indo American Education Summit 2016 held on 13 September 2016. The three awards were Award for Educational Excellence for the school, Award for Eminent Educationist for the Principal, Ms. A. Aggarwal and Award for Teaching Excellence for Ms. G. Rajan, Head, International Affairs. The dignitaries who gave away the awards, a plaque and a certificate, were Justice Raghuvendra Singh Rathore, Judicial Member, National Green Tribunal, Mr. Anil Gupta, CEO. Cornerstone India, Shri. Satyanarayan Mohanty, Former Secretary, MHRD and Mr. C. D. Arha, Chairman, The Indus Foundation.

The day long Summit, organised by the Indus Foundation that aimed at providing Indian institutions with valuable exposure to a large number of reputable foreign universities from around the world was also attended by Ms. S. Arora and Ms. R. Kohli, teachers from the English Department of our school.
Iconic School Award for St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh - (3 September 2016)
Iconic School Award for St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh : Click to EnlargeA very proud moment for St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh as it is the recipient of the Iconic School Award from the Confederation of Educational Excellence (CEE) during a one day National Seminar held on 3 September, 2016 on “Indian Philosophical Foundation for Modern Education” which was graced by the august presence of International Speakers, such as H. E. Milan Hoverka (Ambassador, Czech Republic to India), Mr. Anil Trigunyat (Former Ambassador of India to Jordan) and Raja Dr. Jose Luis, Chief Patron (Foundation for Vedic Indian Corporation, Maharishi Vedic Universities).

In the glittering award ceremonythe school Principal, Ms. A. Aggarwal received the award from Mr. Manish Sisodia, Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi.The award is in recognition of the various initiatives taken by the school in the field of education.
International School Award 2016
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Many students of our school were also felicitated for their outstanding performance in the examination conducted by the Cambridge English Language Foundation. Various eminent speakers like Mr. D.C. Pant (Former ProVice Chancellor, IGNOU, India), Prof. M. M. Pant (Conference Chairman and Founder LMP Education Trust, India) and Mr. Sanjay Malaviya (Promoter Echelon Networks) emphasized on how essential it is to learn English in order to be future ready.
St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh wins the Global Collaborative Learning Initiative at World Education Summit 2016 - (August 2016)
St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh wins the Global Collaborative Learning Initiative at World Education Summit 2016 : Click to EnlargeIn a glittering award ceremony where schools and colleges were felicitated for their special initiatives taken in the field of education, St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh made its presence felt by winning the Global Collaborative Learning Initiative Award for its ongoing global initiative iMagzz-Making Myself Heard.

Ms. A. Aggarwal, Principal and Ms. G. Rajan, Head, International Affairs received the award from Mr. N. K. Sahu, Economic Advisor, MHRD, Mr. Rajesh Aggarwal, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Tribal Affairs & Professor Pradipta Banerji, Director, Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee.

iMagzz-Making Myself Heard is a collaborative e-magazine which has contributions from 12 schools from countries such as Japan, Romania, Russia, France, Sweden to name a few.
Clean School of the Year Award - (15 July 2016)
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Nirmaan Awards - (July 2016)
St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh - Nirmaan Awards : Click to EnlargeEvery year awards are given to the most enterprising students who have contributed throughout for Nirmaan. This year also four students – Anjali Labh (XII C), Riya Nagpal (XII D), Divyansh Singh Dhingra (XI B) and Anurag Chawla (XI C) of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh were awarded a memento and a certificate each for the efforts they had put into the business during the academic year 2015-2016. The students once again reiterated their commitment to the three P’s of Nirmaan – People, Planet and Profit with theirzealous contribution to the cause which is close to their hearts.
Bronze Award to St. Mark’s Meera Bagh in GVC 15-16 - (1 May 2016)
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St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh - Bronze Award to St. Mark’s Meera Bagh in GVC 15-16 : Click to EnlargeOn May 1, 2016 The Give Something Back International Foundation (GSBI) announced winners of Global Virtual Classroom Contest (GVC) --- a free online collaborative learning project that fosters creativity, cross cultural understanding, while learning website designing skills.

In the Secondary School Category St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, Liberty High School in Missouri, USA and St John’s Anglican College in Australia was awarded the Bronze Award for the website “Perception of Perfection”. A GSBI scholarship to a disadvantaged student from Vietnam NguyễnThịBăngKiều has also been given on behalf of our School to attend XuânMỹ Secondary School. Our school received a certificate of recognition of the sponsorship.

The participants were Tanmay Chopra (X B), Pratishtha Verhwani (X E), Tanishq Juneja (X B), Mansi Gupta (X B), Shikar Suresh (XII E), Manav Prabhakar (XI F), Shubo Roy (X B), Bharat Kwatra (XI E), Urvi Goel (XI F), Vanshika Sethi (X B), Tushar Mohan (X B), Vidhi Hattar (X B), Priyanshu Ahuja (X B), Hitanshi Narang (XI C), Maanvi Mudgil (XI E), Sanchit Nanda (XI F), Priyanshu Goel (X B), Sanah Malik (IX G), Ketan Kapoor (X B), Khushi Bahl (X D), Ria Bhatia (X D), Sejal Arora (X B), Joshua Joseph (X B), Atishaye Jain (X B), Ayush Mehta (X B), Khyati Narang (XII E), Tanya Batra (XI C), Sanya Batra (XI D), Siddharth Bajaj (XI F), Muskan Goel (IX F), Shourya Gupta (XI F), Vikunt Gupta (X B), Pulkit Sharma (XI F), Raghav Jhanwar (XI F), Chhavi Wadhera (XI E) and Jhanvi Madan (X B).

In Primary Category Team GVC1510 comprising of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School Meera Bagh, STEAM Middle School of Choice Burleson, Texas USA and Shadow Forest Elementary School Kingwood Texas USA received Merit Award for Exceptional Academic Merit for Helping Focus for the website “Customs and Rituals”.

Bronze Award winners and Merit award winners received software from Tech4Learning.com. Certificates of participation were awarded to all 36 students at Secondary level and all 18 students at Primary level.
International School Award 2015
St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh awarded International School Award 2015 : Click to EnlargeSt. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh once again managed to leave its mark on the international platform by winning the International School Award 2015 in the New Delhi region.

The award given by Planet Edu was another feather in the cap for the school as it implemented international qualifications in English language.

The school had taken a step forward in encouraging the students to learn English language. Students developed a love for the language through this and the school also took an initiative of training the students with special classes planned.
Silverzone Awards for the session 2015-16 - (11 March 2016)
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The Silverzone Award Ceremony for the session 2015-16 was held on 11 March 2016 in St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh. The parents of the proud winners were invited for the same. There was a lot of enthusiasm all around as the parents eagerly waited for the joyous moment. The programme began with an inspiring song by the school choir followed by the young students on drums and tabla. Then came the proud moment, our Principal Ms. Anjali Aggarwal and Vice Principal Ms. Veena Wahi felicitated the young scholars with their Gold medals which was followed by another ceremony wherein the winners of Silver and Bronze medals were felicitated.

The winners in English were – Gold – Dhanashyaa M (I A), Mansha Marwah (II C), Arshpreet Kaur (III G), Yash Khanwani (IV D), Uddhav Gupta (V A); Silver – Aditi Dabas (I D), Rupashi Nagi (I D), Ranveer Handa (II C), Aashvi Ahlawat (III A), Soumil Kapoor (IV D), Vishwesh K. Gupta (V A) and Bronze – Pratham Kapoor (I F), Pratyasha Gomber (II D), Ridhi Sarda (III B), Aryan Garg (IV B) and Anish Sehgal (V D).

The winners in Mathematics were – Gold –Tejas Aggarwal (I A), Ridhima Gupta (I F), Rushil Aggarwal (II B), Atharv Rawal (III F), Aryan Randhawa (IV E), Pratham (V D); Silver –Jahnwee Thapliyal (I B), Navya Aggarwal (II A), Aashvi Ahlawat (III A), Arnav Ahuja (III A), Navya Sharma (IV E), Harsh (V G) and Bronze –Kriday Sharma (I B), Mihir Narula (I B), Parth Tayal (II B), Shreya Salhotra (III A), Lakshay Bansal (IV A) and Vaibhav Gupta (V F).

The winners in Science were – Gold – Atharv Mishra (I F), Niharika Gupta (II E), Atharv Rawal (III F), Soumil Kapoor (IV D), Harsh (V G) ; Silver – Ayushi Butola (I E), Ranveer Handa (II C), Suhani Jain (III C), Navya Sharma (IV E), Pratham (V D) and Bronze – Jahnwee Thapliyal (I B), Mansha Marwah (II C), Prisha Mehta (III B), Arnav Malik (IV B), Ridhima Choudhary (V A).

The winners in General Knowledge were - Gold – Kriday Sharma (I B), Niharika Gupta (II E), Paarth Bathla (III E), Soumil Kapoor (IV D), Vishwesh K. Gupta (V A) ; Silver- Aman Raj Vohra (I F), Lavanya Singh (II D), Phalak Gera (II D), Arnav Ahuja (III A), Abhimanyu Bhandari (IV C), Vedant Dutt (V D) and Bronze – Pehar Kaushik (I A), Yuvika Gogia (I A), Aahna Vohra (I D), Mansha Marwah (II C), Hardik Gupta (III A), Yash Khanwani (IV D) and Rudransh Anand (V B).

The winners in Talent Hunt were – Gold – Mannat Sachdeva (I C), Niharika Gupta (II E), Devansh Khatri (III B), Soumil Kapoor (IV D), Pratham (V D); Silver – Ridhima Gupta (I F), Mansha Marwah (II C), Ridhi Sarda (III B), Yash Khanwani (IV D), Bitabhay Biswas (V H) and Bronze – Kriday Sharma (I B), Aryan G.S. (II C), Pradyuman Sapra (II E), Tanish Khattar (III F), Lakshay Bansal (IV A), Ansh Sehgal (V D).

The winners in Informatics were – Gold - Mansha Marwah (II C), Shreya Salhotra (III A), Yash Khanwani (IV D), Pratham (V D); Silver – Niharika Gupta (II E), Parv Choudhary (III D), Kushagra Dubey (IV B), Bitabhay Biswas (V H) and Bronze – Aanandita Behl (II B), Atharv Rawal (III F), Raj Kaushik (IV F).

The winners in Hindi were – Gold - Atharv Rawal (III F), Aryan Garg (IV B), Pratham (V D); Silver – Arshpreet Kaur (III G), Yash Khanwani (IV D), Bitabhay Biswas (V H) and Bronze – Ansh Chadha (III A), Kanisha Khurana (IV G), Yash Bansal (V B).
St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh awarded for Exemplary Community Service - (19 February 2016)
St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh awarded for Exemplary Community Service : Click to EnlargeSt. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh believes that the development of character and integrity and the building of self-confidence are essential goals of a school and are achieved through community service. Vidyarambh, Parivartan are some of the endeavours in this direction.

The school is proud to be awarded the IAB Blind Empowerment Champions 2016 by the Indian Association for the Blind.

The award is in recognition to the school's voluntary contribution for the empowerment of the visually challenged.
Double bonanza of awards for St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh - (18 February 2016)
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At a glittering felicitation ceremony during the School Leadership Summit held on 18 February 2016 Ms. A. Aggarwal, Principal, St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh was honoured with two awards. The first award was for being in the category of 'Best Schools of India' wherein the school was ranked on several parameters such as Goodwill, legacy and reputation, academic ecosystems and outcomes, future ready academic infrastructure, enrichment of Learning Experience and many more.

The second award for 'Excellence in School Leadership' was presented to Ms. A. Aggarwal for her continuous efforts to make the school excel in all facets of education.
'Outstanding Award' yet again for St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh - (February 2016)
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St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, is proud to receive the 'Outstanding Award' for year 2015-2017 from the Tony Blair Faith Foundation, United Kingdom

for successfully adapting the Face to Faith doctrines in the school curriculum and teaching the young students to respect all faiths and beliefs around the world.

This is the second consecutive time that the school has received the award, the previous being for year 2013-2015.
School Excellence Award for St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh - (4 February 2016)
School Excellence Award for St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh
Time for yet another laurel for St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh as it receives the Top 20 CBSE Schools Award in the 3rd National Conference and School Excellence Awards - 2016 held on 4 February, 2016 at Hotel Le Meridian.

The event was organised by Brainfeed, a monthly educational initiative. The award was given in recognition of the efforts of the school team, under the guidance of Ms. A. Aggarwal, Principal, for its contribution to the cause of quality education imparted to all students.
Awards galore for St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh - (January 2016)
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The event was organised by Parakh Foundation, an NGO in Delhi, which works to provide education to the under privileged children. Around 800 schools of Delhi/NCR region applied for the awards in various categories of which 200 schools were shortlisted. St. Mark's School won the biggest award of the evening 'The Hogwart School Award (Gold)' for overall performance in every field.

Several distinguished personalities, Kirron Kher (Actress & MP), Madhur Bhandarkar (Film Director. Writer & Producer), Prof. Dinesh Kumar, (Head. Publishing,. NCERT), Kala Anjan Dutta, (Director. American Library) Dr. N. Ratnashree, (Director. Nehru Planetarium) Sushil Kumar Solanki, Indian Freestyle Wrestler & Monali Thakur (Actress & Singer), graced the event with their presence.

St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh received 'The Colosseum School Award' from Kirron Kher while 'The Hogwart School Award (Gold)' was handed over by the Chief Guest for the evening, Mr. Madhur Bhandarkar.
Education Leaders Summit - (10 December 2015)
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Principal of our school, Ms. A. Aggarwal and Ms. A. Gupta attended Education Leaders Summit organised by Educomp Foundation on 10 December, 2015 in ITC Welcome Hotel, Dwarka. The summit had Principals and Heads of Schools from all over India who discussed and addressed common concerns and challenges facing the Education sector. The summit featured some key note Addresses and Panel Discussions on topics such as ‘Trends in Education 2020 – the India Imperative’, ‘Are Our Children Safe – Online and Offline’, ‘Communication and Collaboration in Digital Education’, etc.

Ms. A. Aggarwal was part of Panel Discussion on ‘Running and Managing Successful Schools – Best Practices’ along with Dr. Saini, Principal, D.P.S. R.K. Puram, Fr. Amal Raj - Provincial Head, Guwahati and Mr. Amol Damdare – Vice President, Indian Education Society, Mumbai.
Exemplary Leadership Award for our Principal - (November 2015)
St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh - Exemplary Leadership Award for our Principal : Click to EnlargeThe Life Empowerment Awards for Schools 2014 - 15 were announced by Expressions India, a C.B.S.E empanelled agency.

Ms. A. Aggarwal, Principal of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh was felicitated with the ‘Exemplary Leadership Award’ in the Principal Leadership for Outstanding Endeavors category.

This award was for Ms. Aggarwal's leadership skills in promoting excellence in all facets of education in the school.

She received the award from Mr. Rajat Sharma, one of India’s prominent journalists and Mr. Vineet Joshi, the former Chairman, C.B.S.E.
The 5th Next Scientist Camp 2015 - (27 July to 1 August 2015)
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Six students : Chirag Jhamb (XII E), Nishant Vashist (XII E), Paurav Gulati (XI E), Khyati Kakaria (XII E), Yukti Dua (XII B) and Grace Kalra (IX F) and two teachers : Mr. S. Arora and Ms. S. Kaur of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh attended the 5th Next Scientist Camp, 2015 from 27 July to 1 August, 2015 which was organised by Sekolah Sultan Alam Shah, Putrajaya in collaboration with the National University of Malaysia. The aim of the camp was to strengthen the bond between Sekolah Sultan Alam Shah and the four foreign schools namely - St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, India ; National Institute of Technology, Japan ; St. Michael’s Sr. High School, Japan and Kokusai Gakuin Junior and Sr. High School, Japan through cultural sharing and science innovation.

Students and teachers were given certificates by Prof. Dr. Shahrim Hj Ahmad (Dean of Faculty of Science and Technology) and Associate Prof. Dr. Wan Aida Wan Mustapha (Head of PPSKTM). The group explored Malaysia by seeing the beauty of Twin Towers and Musical Fountains at Kuala Lumpur, mosques at Putrajaya and Sunway Lagoon.
International School Award for St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh - (July 2015)
St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh won the International School Award for outstanding development of international dimension in the school curriculum : Click to EnlargeFor the second time in a row, St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh won the International School Award for outstanding development of international dimension in the school curriculum.

The International School Award is a British Council accreditation scheme rewarding schools with a notable global element in their curriculum.

St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh, conducted eight international projects on diverse topics such as authors, how green are we, heritage, music and many more which saw the participation of schools from almost fifteen countries.

The projects also saw the support of diplomats of various countries, H. E. Mr. Abdul Basit, High Commissioner of Pakistan, H. E. Shri. Malay Mishra, Ambassador of India to Hungary and officials from the United Nations.
Four GVC Merit Awards for St Mark’s Meera Bagh - (2015)
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Four GVC Merit Awards for St Mark’s Meera Bagh24 students at Secondary level (Classes VIII - XII) and 8 students at Primary level (V - VII) of St Mark’s school Meera Bagh brought International recognition once again to their school when they were awarded Merit certificates in Global Virtual Class room Web Designing contest 2014-15. The students of Secondary level were the proud recipients of the Special Recognition for Academic Merit and Helping Focus Merit Certificates for the extensive website on the topic Food Clothing and Shelter and Primary level participants were awarded the Special Recognition for Exceptional Multimedia and Collaboration Merit Certificates for the compact website on Celebrations. The contest is sponsored by GSBI (Give Something Back international) based at Dallas USA, is a free online collaborative learning project that fosters creativity, cross cultural understanding, helping others and teaches IT and website design skills amongst students working together from around the world. GSBI has been sponsoring the GVC which provide an opportunity for primary and secondary school students from different countries to work with and learn from students in other countries, as they collaboratively design a website on a topic of their choosing. The contest aims to enhance abilities required for the 21st century such as: cross-cultural communication, collaboration and technology skills. The Principal Ms. A. Aggarwal and Vice Principal Ms. V. Wahi gave away the certificates and congratulated the participants and the Teacher Coordinator Ms. L. Srinivas.

The Participants at Secondary Level were:
Ishaan Arora (11 ), Arsh Arora (11), Muskan Dua (10), Jahnvi Grover (10), Riya Nagpal (10),Anjali Lab (10), KritikaKapoor (10), Vaishali (10), Khyati Narang (10),Lushin Kataria (10), Lepakshi Gautam (10), Shivam Juneja (10), Namisha Chugh (10), Kartik Vasisht (10), Yastika Kalra (10), Avleen Kaur (10), Divyanshu Shokeen (9),Hitanshi Narang (9), Harshita Luthra (9), Namita Goyal (9), Raghav Jhanwar (9), Achhyut Jolly (8), Pratishta Virmani (8), Tanmay Chopra (8).

The Participants at Primary Level were:
Vaani Bhatnagar (7), Sanah Malik (7), Chaitanya Arora (7), Muskan Goel (7), Nischay Vij (7), Sarthak Sachdeva (7), Khushi Jain (7),Poorva Narang (7).

Click on the link below to view the websites:

https://sites.google.com/a/gsbi.org/gvc1416/

https://sites.google.com/a/gsbi.org/gvc1410/
 
St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh wins the International School Award
St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh wins British Coucil - International School Award 2012-2015
A moment of pride for St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh as it is accredited with the International School Award 2012-2015. The award is in recognition to the school organising activities with an international dimension throughout the academic session of 2011-2012. The school is now entitled to use the British Council-International School Award logo on all its publications, letterhead, prospectus, the school website etc. for the next three years...

The award is the perfect testimony to the school's excellent teamwork.
 
Eureka International - (25 to 28 November 2014)
St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh - Eureka International : Click to EnlargeA group of 10 students alongwith teacher Ms. A. Vohra from St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh participated in the 10 Eureka International, 2014 organised by City Montessori School, Lucknow from 25 to 28 November, 2014. The competitors represented schools from Nepal, Sri Lanka and all across the country. A total of 69 schools participated in the Cultural Fiesta. The events included Framed (Photography), Rhetoric Bards, Pop Art (Collage Making), Rendezvous Vis-a-Vis (Eureka Reportage), Footloose (Choreography), Touch My Shadows (Multimedia Presentation), Merry Queries Quiz.

The students who participated were Divyanshi Arora (VII-E), Sanah Malik (VII-C), Sachmeet Kalsi (VII-A), Acchyut Jolly (VIII-G) and Sachkeerat Singh (VI-C) from the middle section and Ishan Sinha (V-A), Bhavya Negi (V-A), Antariksh Goel (V-A), Subhaav Sharma (V-G) and Abhinav M. Warrier (V-E) from Juniors.

The programme culminated with the prize distribution ceremony on 28 November, 2014 where our students made us proud by winning II prize in Multimedia Presentation (Divyanshi Arora and Acchyut Jolly). The Junior team (Ishan Sinha and Antariksh Goel) qualified for the final round of Quiz out of a total of 66 teams and were the 7th best team.
St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh wins three prestigious Awards - (12 August 2014)
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A proud moment for St. Mark’s School, Meera Bagh for it was honoured with three prestigious awards at the Silverzone Excellence in Education Award ceremony on 12 of August 2014. The award ceremony was presided over by Justice O.P. Verma, Ex-Governor of Punjab & Haryana, Chief Justice of the Kerala High Court and the Chairman of the Himachal Pradesh Human Rights Commission and Mr. Sumit Awasthi, Resident Editor, Zee Media Corporation.

St. Mark’s School, Meera Bagh won the ‘School of the Year Award‘ for its noticeable contribution to the growth of education. The school is also awarded for using innovative strategies for the development of education and for its positive impact on the overall atmosphere in the school.

The school Principal, Ms. Anjali Aggarwal was honoured with the ‘Educationist of the year Award‘ for addressing the issues related to education pro-actively which have made substantial difference in the lives of students.

St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh - Ms. Geeta Rajan was honoured with the ‘Teacher of the year Award‘ for having done pioneering work in globalization of education and contributing to the knowledge of the students : Click to Enlarge
Ms. Geeta Rajan
was honoured with the ‘Teacher of the year Award

for having done pioneering work in globalization of education and contributing to the knowledge of the students.

Each award carries a Certificate of Excellence, a memento and a shawl.

Sally Ann Walker, Programme Manager, Teach A Man To Fish, visits the school - (25 June 2014)
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On 25 June 2014, 6 members of the Nirmaan Project namely Shivangi Arora, Tanya Gupta, Prateek Ralhan, Ashutosh Shaw, Jatin and Shivam along with their teacher co-ordinator, Ms. Manasi Verma, took part in an enthralling interaction with Ms. Sally Ann Walker, Programme Manager, Teach A Man To Fishplease. The session spanned about the future ventures of the project. Ms. Sally questioned the students about how their journey began, the challenges they came across and the values they learned in the process. They students also showed her a glimpse of all the events relating to the project via a blog and also took her to the "Parivartan Room" to witness the changing face of the initiative. She was also very delighted to visit the medicinal garden of the school. Towards the end of the session, she interacted with the lady workers involved in the project. She even shot a short video of the message the students wanted to convey to the upcoming schools of the School Enterprise Challenge. It was a moment of pride for everyone when she termed us as 'worthy ' of the Asia Pacific Business & Financial Plan Award.
St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh is the Asia Pacific Business and Financial Plan Winner - (2014)
St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh is the Asia Pacific Business and Financial Plan Winner : Click to EnlargeSt. Mark's School, Meera Bagh is the Asia Pacific Business and Financial Plan Winners in School Enterprise Challenge, Teach A Man to Fish, London and wins $1000 for Nirman Enterprises.

Nirman Enterprises is an initiative by the school to empower women from the economically weaker sections of the society by generating employment opportunities for them. For the past two years,the students, who have been running the enterprise, provide raw material in the form of fabric, thread and other material to the women who stitch cloth bags out of the material provided. The bags are then sold during Parent Teacher Meetings, exhibitions and other events and the money collected by the sales is distributed to the women as their 'income'. Nirman Enterprises is also the school's initiative to take care of the three Ps-Planet, People & Profit.
St. Mark's Meera Bagh Wins Three Merit Awards in GVC 2013-14
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Students of St. Mark’s Meera Bagh brought glory to their school when they were recognized for Exceptional Multimedia and Exceptional Creativity for their website Toys and Games at Primary level (Classes V to VII) and Exceptional Helping Focus at Secondary level (Classes VIII to XII) for their website Share and Care, at the Global Virtual Classroom (GVC) Web Designing contest sponsored and supported by Give Something Back International (GSBI) USA.

The school has been recognized for Exceptional Multimedia, Creativity and Helping focus with Merit Certificates awarded by Give Something Back International (GSBI) -a free online collaborative learning project that fosters creativity, cross cultural understanding, helping others and teaches IT and website design skills amongst students working together from around the world. GSBI has been sponsoring the GVC which provide an opportunity for primary and secondary school students from different countries to work with and learn from students in other countries, as they collaboratively design a website on a topic of their choosing. The contest aims to enhance abilities required for the 21st century such as: cross-cultural communication, collaboration and technology skills. This year the contest had participants from 18 countries including participants from India, Kenya, Malaysia, Russia, Czech Republic, Afghanistan, Spain, Korea, Greece, Philippines, Thailand, Taiwan, South Africa, Cote d'Ivoire, Hungary, Pakistan and the USA.

The enthusiastic participants at the Primary level were : Vani Bhatnagar (V-G), Pratishtha Verhwani (VII-C), Mehak Bansal (VII-A), Chaitanya Arora (VI-F), Muskan Goel (VI-F), Achhyut Jolly (VII-G), Sanah Malik (VI-C), Tushar Mohan (VII-G), Srishti Thakur (VII-E), Raghav Bansal (VII-G), Atishaye Jain (VII-D) and Riddhirup Bera (VII-C). They were teamed with Palm Valley Elementary School, Arizona, USA.

The dedicated Secondary level team comprised of :
Mukesh Garg (11E) and Aman Khatri (10B) as web designers along with Tanya Dhawan (11E), Ishaan Arora (10A), Kashish Bansal (10B), Lakshay Arora (10B), Sanjana Choudhary (10B), Deepanshi Makkar (10B), Geetanshi Dhawan (10B), Ginni Madan (10B), Anubha Chawla (10B), Arnit Manchanda (10B), Jasveen Kaur (10B), Pragya Madan (10B), Sakshi Singh (10B), Anushka Maggo (10B), Aashima Chugh (10D), Rushali Sethi (10D), Manushi Arora (10D), Akhil Bajaj (10D), Riya Nagpal (9F), Shikhar Suresh (9E), Jatin Dhankar (9C), Kushal Shokeen (9C), Kashish Nanda (8A), Gyan Singh (8A), Jyoti Gogia (8A), Manav Prabhakar (8B), Hitanshi Narang (8C) and Hardik Bharti (8C). They were teamed with Rajni School, Bangkok, Thailand and Monarch High School, Louisville, Colorado, USA.

The participants were guided by Teacher coordinator Ms. Lakshmi Srinivas and Mr. Naveen Gupta. Links for the websites are given below:

TOYS AND GAMES : https://sites.google.com/a/gsbi.org/gvc1307/
SHARE AND CARE : http://1321.virtualclassroom.org/
We are the Asia Pacific Business & Financial Plan winner 2013 for Nirman Enterprises
Proud moment for us as we win the Asia Pacific Business & Financial Plan winner 2013 for Nirman Enterprises.

Nirman Enterprises is our business enterprise which is a project under the aegis of School Enterprise Challenge with the support of Teach A Man To Fish, United Kingdom.

Nirman Enterprises is the school's initiative in generating employment opportunities for women from the economically weaker sections of the society. The student entrepreneurs provide cloth and other material to the women who stitch cloth bags to be sold in school events and meetings. The revenue generated through the sales is given to the women as their income. Through Nirman Enterprise we also try to reduce the use of plastic bags...

The school thus not only helps taking care of the three Ps-Planet, People and Profit but also helps in empowering women.

Click here : http://www.schoolenterprisechallenge.org/inspiration/winners-2013/

Outstanding Business Plan award for St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh - (2013)
Outstanding Business Plan award for St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh : Click to EnlargeSt. Mark's School, Meera Bagh received the Outstanding Business Plan implemented under School Enterprise Challenge 2013 Award. School Enterprise Challenge is a project run by British Council under the aegis of Teach a Man to Fish, London.

In a glittering ceremony at ITC Sonar, Kolkata, the school received the award from Dr. B. K. Ranjit, Deputy Director. Curriculum Development Centre, Ministry of Education, Government of Nepal.

St. Mark's School has been running Nirman Enterprise under the aegis of School Enterprise Challenge for the past two years. Nirman Enterprise is an endeavour which helps in providing employment opportunities to women from the economically weaker sections of the society.

The women are provided with material to stitch cloth bags which are then sold by the students during PTMs, Exhibitions and other Events. The money generated by the sales is then divided as their income amongst the women thus making them earning members of their families.
St. Mark’s School, Meera Bagh wins the Face to Faith Outstanding Award - (2013)
A proud moment for St. Mark’s School, Meera Bagh as it was conferred with the Face to Faith Outstanding Award by the Tony Blair Foundation.

The award was in recognition to the school’s endeavour to inculcate Face to Faith principles in the school curriculum. The Face to Faith principles have been integrated with the curriculum of classes VI to X in Science, Social Science, English, Art etc. and the students are assessed and graded as per the Continuous & Comprehensive Evaluation method of CBSE.

St. Mark’s School, Meera Bagh has been associated with Face to Faith for the past three years and has been participating in video conferences with schools from all across the world.
 
Global Gold Award for St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh - (2013)
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St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh won the Asia Europe Foundation ClassNet Gold Award for its project ‘iMagz-Making Myself Heard’. The award is in recognition to the excellent global collaboration and innovative idea and the exemplary use of ICT skills. It was presented to the school at the 11th ASEF ClassNet Conference held in Bali, Indonesia. The award was collected by Ms. Geeta Rajan, the Global Coordinator of the school, and Mayank Sharma (class X-C), student representative of the school at the conference.

The object of the project iMagz was to create a truly collaborative global magazine both online as well as in print. It saw participation of 24 schools from 18 countries from all across the globe such as Greece, Finland, Denmark, Ireland, Malaysia, Russia, Italy, Philippines, Hungary. The magazine can be found at : http://anax1em.pressmart.com/StMarksSchool/ for all to read.
St. Mark’s Meera Bagh Wins Two Global Gold Awards - (2013)
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St. Mark’s Meera Bagh Wins Two Global Gold awardsSt. Mark’s Senior Secondary Public School, Meera Bagh won two Grand Prizes this year in the Global Virtual Classroom web-designing contest organized by Give Something Back International (GSBI), Dallas, USA. GSBI is a free educational website building activity that aspires to enable, empower and connect students around the world by integrating technology into classrooms. This year St. Mark’s Meera Bagh is the proud recipient of the Grand Gold Award at both Primary as well as Secondary level which comes with a plaque and cash award of US$500 in each category.

St. Mark’s Meera Bagh Wins Two Global Gold awards : Click to EnlargeAt the Primary level the entry was a special website titled HEAL THE WORLD made by Manav Prabhakar (VII-C), Sanskar Gupta (V-F), Grace Kalra (VI-B), Vanshika Girdhar (VI-B), Harshita Bisht (VI-C), Muskaan Goel (V-B), Mehak Bansal (VI-E), Agam Kamran (VII-A), Himank Gupta (VI-G), Arpit Gupta (VII-A), Arpit Mukheja (VII-B) with the students of Percy Julian Middle School, Oak Park, Illinois, Chicago, USA and Boglári Általános Iskola, Balatonboglár. Hungary.
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At Secondary level Shantav Jatav (X-B), Ishaan Arora(IX-A), Kashish Bansal (IX-B), Lakshay Arora (IX-B), Gaurav Kalra (X-B), G. Vignesh (X-B), Srishti Bansal (X-B), Cheshta Kamran (X-B), Harshita Shokeen, Kamakshi Bisht (X-B), Ayushi (X-B),Ekam Kaur Kalra (X-B), Sameeksha Makol (X-B), Shreya Mukheja (X-B), Kartik Butani (X-B), Satinder Aneja (X-B), Jatin Yadav (X-B), Sanjana Choudhury (XI-B), Deepanshi Makkar (IX-B), Geetanshi Dhawan (IX-B), Pragya Madan (IX-B), Ginni Madan (IX-B), Arnit Manchanda (IX-B), Nikita Chawla (X-B), Jyotsna Gupta (X-B), Tanya Dhawan (X-E), Nikita Sareen (X-E), Sejal Gupta (X-E), Suasha Girdhar (IX-D), Aman Khatri (IX-B), Mehak Chauhan (X-E), Shikhar Suresh (VIII-E), Rushali Sethi (IX-B), Rohit Raman Banerjee (XII-D) and Deepika Matunge (XI-B) created a unique website under the heading TRUE HEROES & HEROINES in collaboration with the students of Littleton High School , Colorado, USA.

They were guided in both the ventures by their teacher Ms. Lakshmi Srinivas. A special thanks to Mr. Naveen Gupta for his commendable technical support especially in the Secondary project. All team members and teacher coordinators of the projects were congratulated and appreciated for their perseverance, commitment and group effort.

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Quality Initiative Mission Awards - (2013)
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A double bonanza for St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh as both the school as well as the Principal Ms. Anjali Aggarwal received the Quality Initiative Mission Awards 2013. The school was awarded for Teaching Learning Methodology in Schools while Ms. Aggarwal was awarded for Innovation and Excellence in Education.

The glittering award ceremony was held on the 4th of March 2013 at Alliance Francoise, Lodi Estate. The award was presented to the school and Ms. Aggarwal, Principal, by Prof. B. P. Khandelwal, noted educationist. Prof. Khandelwal, former Chairman CBSE and former Director, National University of Educational Planning and Administration, NUEPA, is currently the consultant of Council of Boards of School Education, COBSE.
International Recognition for St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh - (2012)
Using ICT tools and modern Web Technology in classroom teaching is something that St. Mark’s School, Meera Bagh has been doing before ICT became the buzz word in our country.

From 2005 to 2012, the school has participated in several online projects, collaborated with several countries. From US to Korea, from Taiwan to Turkey, from Greece to Indonesia, the school has partnered with everyone helping the students in becoming true global citizens.

In the process, the school has been recognized for its international collaboration. It has won the Best Global Collaboration Award at the World Education Summit, the International School Award -an initiative by the British Council and, very recently, the AEC (Asia Europe Classroom) Gold Award (Prize money 2000 Euros) for its collaborative Project - Windows to the Past-A Glimpse into our Heritage.
St. Mark’s School, Meera Bagh, wins Asia Europe Classroom Network ‘Gold Award’ - (2012)
A proud moment for St. Mark’s School, Meera Bagh, as it was conferred the AEC Gold award in recognition for its outstanding achievement in developing innovative and beneficial online learning projects among the students in Asia and Europe. The award is for the online collaborative project – ‘Windows to the Past - A Glimpse into our Heritage’. Students and teachers from over twelve countries worked together to share the rich heritage of their countries.

The countries involved actively were Greece, Ireland, Lithuania, Finland, Pakistan, Malaysia, Indonesia, Sweden, Singapore, Italy, Germany and of course the host country India. This project lasted for six months and covered different aspects of heritage-cuisine, monuments, legends, traditions to name just a few. The website www.windows2dpast.webs.com was designed by the students to showcase and present the heritage of their country in the most creative manner.
The Gold Award carries with it a cash award of 2000 Euros for the school along with certificates for all the students involved.
Two Global Awards to St. Mark's Meera Bagh (May 2012)
Two Global Awards to St. Mark's Meera Bagh - BRONZE        Two Global Awards to St. Mark's Meera Bagh - MERIT
   
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The Global Virtual Classroom Contest (GVC), a project of the Give Something Back International Foundation (GSBI), is a free, educational website building activity that aspires to empower, enable and connect students around the world by integrating technology into classrooms. This year St. Mark’s Senior Secondary Public Meera Bagh won The Bronze Award and a cash prize 0f 250 $ at Primary Level and a Merit Certificate for Exceptional Collaboration at Secondary level in the Web designing contest organized by the Give Something Back Foundation, Dallas, USA.

At the Elementary level Shikar Suresh (VII), Shikhar Juneja (VII), Riya Nagpal (VII), Jahnavi Sethi (VII), Sujata Mahajan (VII), Adarsh Aggarwal (VII), Paras Pruthi (VII), Jatin Kansra (VI), and Manav Prabhakar(VI) created the websiter: “UNITY IN DIVERSITY” with the students of Horace Mann Elementary School. Chicago, USA and Aga Khan Academy, Mombasa. Kenya.

The Secondary level entry was a comprehensive website : “TIME CAPSULE 2011” created by Deepika Matange (X), Karan Dua (X),Yukti Dua (X), Navneet Kaur (X), Simran Kaur (X), Kashish Anand (X), Christina Sharon Chand (X), Tanya Gupta (IX), Shivangi Arora (IX), Ria Nagpal (X), Ayush Malik (X), Akansha Goyal (X), Monica Kapoor (X), Sarthak Bhatnagar (X), Pritika Kukreja (X), Poushali Banerjee (X), Sahil Ghai (X), Shourya Vats (X), Srishti Bansal (IX), Aagosh Saluja (IX), Cheshta Kamran (IX), Shantav Jatav (IX), Kartik Butani (IX), Lakhay Arora (VIII), Samarpit Kalra ( XI), Divyani Pahwa(XII), Simranjeet (X), Akshat Ahuja (X), Rohit Raman Banerjee (X), Madhur Handa (X), Kashish Grover (XI), Ravit Malik (XI), Danish Girdhar (XI), Mayank Goyal (X) and Lakshay Virmani (X) in collaboration with their team mates from C S RAMACHSARY SCHOOL, Madurai, India and St. Theresa’s Catholic School, Austin Texas, USA.
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The team members and their teacher administrator were congratulated by the school management for their display of self -motivation, sincerity and solidarity.

List of prize winners can be seen in the site below :
http://www.virtualclassroom.org/win11.html#E_CAT

Prize winning sites can be viewed in the links below :
http://winners.virtualclassroom.org/1109/
http://winners.virtualclassroom.org/1113/

Winners with Certificates in the site below :
https://picasaweb.google.com/104645741644567674471/GVC1112#5741288415536853922
https://picasaweb.google.com/104645741644567674471/GVC1112#5741288415482059138
World Education Summit : BEST GLOBAL COLLABORATIVE SCHOOL LEARNING AWARD - (13 to 15 July 2011)
St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh wins the World Education Jury Choice Award
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St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh wins the World Education Jury Choice Award : Click to EnlargeYet another feather in the school's cap in the field of Globalising education and implementing the four C'scommunication, coordination, collaboration, and cooperation in its curriculum.

It was a very proud evening for St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh on the 14th of July, 2011 as it won the BEST GLOBAL COLLABORATIVE SCHOOL LEARNING AWARD at the WORLD EDUCATION SUMMIT 2011 held at Hotel Ashok from 13 July to 15 July 2011. The award was in recognition to the school’s attempt in collaboration with schools from around 17 countries through the project - WINDOWS TO THE PAST-CHRONICLES OF STAMPS.

The award comprised of atrophy as well as a certificate. What makes the award special is the fact that it was judged by eminent stalwarts from the education sector Ms. Shakila Shamsu, Former Joint Advisor, Planning Commission, Mr. Naimur Rehman, Director, One World International, Dr. Veera Gupta, Secretary, CBSE, Dr. Thomas Christie, Director, Aga Khan University Examination Board to name just a few.

The award was collected by Ms. Geeta Rajan, Global co–ordinator, who represented the school in the three day summit.
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Three Global Awards to St. Mark's School Meera Bagh
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Two teams of St Mark’s Senior Secondary Public School, Meera Bagh won TWO GRAND FIRST PRIZES in Primary as well as Secondary level and a Special Certificate of Merit for Exceptional Helping Focus at Secondary level in GVC (Global Virtual Classroom Contest). GVC is a free online collaborative learning project that fosters creativity, cross cultural understanding, helping others and teaches IT and website design skills amongst students working together from around the world.

It was a proud moment for the participating students of St Mark’s Senior Secondary Public School, Meera Bagh, when the prize money of 1000$ in each category and a Plaque for the school was announced by the Give Something Back International Foundation (GSBI), USA. It was a well earned, well deserved victory after a six month long process of Research, Artistic Productivity, Technical Creativity, Web Designing and Team Work by all 60 members of both the teams along with their team mates at Primary Level from Percy Julian Middle School, Oak Park, Illinois USA, and Washington West School, Olean, New York and Secondary Level from John Muir School, San Diego, USA and Wako Kokusai High School, Japan.

The Principal Ms. A. Aggarwal congratulated all of them.

You may log on to the following sites to view the websites and check results

http://gvc0916.gvc09.virtualclassroom.org

http://gvc0901.gvc09.virtualclassroom.org

http://www.virtualclassroom.org/win09.html