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Celebrations (2015 and before)
Christmas Celebrations - (23 December 2015)
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On 23 December 2015, a Christmas programme, Jesus - The light of the World was hosted by classes II and III in St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh. Students performed various dances based on Santa Claus, Christmas tree etc. The nativity dance was the highlight of the show. The Chairman Mr. T. P. Aggarwal, the Director Mr. R. Aggarwal, Principal Ms. A. Aggarwal and the Vice Principal Ms. V. Wahi along with the parents witnessed the programme. It was well appreciated and applauded by everyone. During the week Christmas parties were held for classes I to VI.
Constitution Day - (26 November 2015)
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The Constitution of India is an integral part of our heritage bequeathed to us by the founding fathers of our Nation. “We the people of India” are the trustees and custodians of the values enshrined in our Constitution. These are the sentiments expressed by the students of Classes I to XI of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh through a myriad of activities undertaken by them on 26 November, 2015. These activities included dramatization of life and achievements of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, banner-making, collage making, poster making and essay writing on the theme of Nationalism. Students were also shown a power point presentation entitled Constitution of India – a living document and the students took a pledge for the service of our Motherland to mark the day.
Guru Nanak Jayanti - (24 November 2015)
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Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s birthday was celebrated on 24 November 2015 by the students of the Primary wing of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh. The students took out a Prabhat Pheri in the school premises which was led by the ‘Punj Pyaare’. The atmosphere reverberated with the shabads sung by the little children. The Kirtan was followed by Anand Sahib and Ardaas. There was serenity all around. Karah prashad was also distributed.
Celebrations Galore : Diwali Mela at St. Mark’s School, Meera Bagh - (4 to 6 November 2015)
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On the eve of Diwali, Prerna Niketan (an NGO working with polio afflicted slum children) and Muskaan (an NGO working with differently abled children organized a Diwali mela in the premises of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh from 4 to 6 November, 2015. Colourful diyas, candles, gift wraps and eatables like muffins, pickles, biscuits and masalas were sold at these stalls. The students and the staff members thronged these stalls and made a lot of purchases.
Diwali Celebrations - (19 October 2015)
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With festivities around the corner, the students of Class V presented a dance-drama on 19 October 2015. They left no stone unturned to mesmerise everyone with their beautiful performances portraying the snippets of Durga Puja, Dussehra, Navratras and Diwali.

The show was witnessed by an august gathering of parents and members of the Managing Committee. The efforts of the students were highly appreciated by one and all.
UN Week Celebrations - (16 October 2015)
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UN Week was celebrated in St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh on 15 and 16 October, 2015. The students of Class VI participated in ‘Know the UN’ activity in which they spoke about the various agencies of UN. Students of Class VII participated in Poster Making Competition on the theme ‘International Peace’. Class VIII students made a Power Point Presentation on ‘Organs of UN’. Class IX students had a Chart Making Competition on the various ‘Agencies of UN’ as well as ‘Know Your UN’ activity where they presented their views on various ‘Organs of UN’. Students of Class X participated in a ‘Quiz on UN’ and Class XI students wrote essays expressing the role of UN in the modern world.

The winners were :-

Class VI
Know Your UN (Speech) - I Prize - Tanmay Agrawal (VI G), II Prize - Radhika (VI C), III Prize - Sanchit Saxena (VI G) and Special Prizes were won by Aditya Wadhwa (VI A) and Anagh Aditya (VI B).

Class VII
Poster Making Competition - I Prize - Aakriti Dadhich (VII E), II Prize – Sachkeerat Singh (VII C), III Prize - Mukund Sarda (VII E) and Special Prizes were won by Nehal Nagpal (VII E), Udish Rawal (VII B) and Srishti (VII D).

Class VIII
Power Point Presentation - I Prize - Divyanshi Arora and Vishruti Priyanshi (VIII E), II Prize – Abhishek Dutt and Somay Handa (VIII E) and III Prize was won by Nischay Vij and Ishan Agarwal (VIII B).

Class IX
Chart Making Competition - I Prize - Tript Kaur, Khushi Bhasin and Prakriti Bidani (IX D), II Prize – Jasneet Singh, Pranshi and Neha (IX E), III Prize - Vidisha, Sanya Aggarwal and Sanya Kapoor (IX A) and Special Prizes were won by Manya Jain, Yashmita and Shristi Thakur (IX C).

Know Your UN (Speech) - I Prize - Rohit Bagga (IX F), II Prize – Sanya Gakhar (IX D), III Prize - Pratishtha Verwani (IX E) and Special Prizes were won by Rashmeet Kaur and Hershneet Kaur (IX G).

Class X
Quiz on UN - I Prize - Mansi Marwah and Jaspreet Singh (X C) and II Prize was won by – Hitanshi Narang (X E) and Mayank Negi (X C).

Class XI
Essay Writing Competition - I Prize - Lepakshi Gautam (XI C), II Prize – Divyanshu Sharma (XI E), III Prize - Vatsall Sharma (XI F) and Special Prizes were won by Vaishali Arora (XI F) and Rashi Aggarwal (XI C).

In Memory of the Father of the Nation - (1 October 2015)
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The occasion of Gandhi Jayanti was commemorated in St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh with a quiz on the Life of Mahatma Gandhi for classes VI to VIII on 1 October, 2015. The quiz covered many aspects of the legendary life of Mahatma Gandhi. The questions varied from his early life to the movies made in his honour after his death.

After the preliminary round, two best scorers from each house were chosen to participate in the final quiz.

The Quiz brought a smile on the faces of the students and the quizmaster teachers, as they saw some hidden facets of Mahatma Gandhi unfold in front of their eyes.
International Peace Day Celebrations - (21 September 2015)
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On the occasion of the International Peace Day on 21 September 2015, several activities were organized for the students of Classes I to V to sensitize them about non-violence, hope, unity and bringing them closer to a more peaceful world. Students of Class I participated in a poster making competition, Class II had a Paper Folding Competition and Class III made Greeting Cards on the theme ‘World Peace’. Class IV students went for a Peace March. They sang various songs on Peace as they marched with banners, placards, posters etc. The students of Class V were asked to collect information on how various religions have contributed towards peace and future steps which can be taken in today's turbulent times to reestablish harmony. The students made beautiful scrapbooks, newspapers, newsletters, collages, charts, ppts and even presented talk shows and skits.

Peace is the manifestation of human compassion. So, let’s take a step ahead and unite together to make a powerful world.
Janmashtami Celebrations - (4 September 2015)
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The children of Class I celebrated the earthly appearance of Krishna by presenting a mesmerizing show titled ‘Kanha Ke Rang’ on the occasion of Janmashtami Celebration on 4 September, 2015. They depicted Krishna in almost all the aspects as the most adorable, mischievous son and the most romantic lover. The little devotees performed various dances with full zeal and enthusiasm and enthralled all the parents and guests equally. It was an extremely devotional experience.
Independence Day Celebrations - (14 August 2015)
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St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh celebrated the 69th Independence Day with great zeal and enthusiasm. The celebrations began with unfurling of the national flag by our Chairman, Mr. T. P. Aggarwal and Principal Ms. A. Aggarwal followed by national anthem. Geetansh Sachdeva (IX B) delivered an inspiring speech remembering our leaders and martyrs who sacrificed their lives for the sake of our country and also at the same time encouraging the youth for devoting themselves for the service of the nation. This was followed by a cultural programme including a patriotic song, orchestra, contemporary and folk dances by students of classes IX and XI expressing their emotions beautifully at this proud moment. The Principal Ms. A. Aggarwal complimented the students for showing such patriotic fervour and inspired all to work for the betterment of the nation.
Celebrating Raksha Bandhan - (August 2015)
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Students of classes I to V of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh celebrated Raksha Bandhan with speeches and Rakhi making activity. A power point presentation was shown to all of them.
SMS Meera Bagh Commemorates International White Care Day to Educate Visually Challenged Children - (August 2015)
St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh extended a helping hand to the Indian Association for the Blind by contributing Rs. 7,500 collected through sale of flags provided by IAB. It was a voluntary donation aimed at supporting the education and rehabilitation of visually challenged people.
Van Mahotsav - (8 August 2015)
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On 8 August, 2015, on the occasion of the Van Mahotsav, Principal of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, Ms. Anjali Aggarwal and Educational Supervisor, Ms. Ritika Anand encouraged the boy scouts to plant trees and told the children about the benefits of planting trees. There were 14 scouts (boys) and they planted saplings in the school premises. They were really enthusiastic while planting the saplings and also promised to take care of the saplings which they planted.
Mandela Day 2015 ! - (18 July 2015)
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Ten students of XI and XII along with teacher Ms. A. Arora from St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh visited India International Centre to celebrate Nelson Mandela International Day on his 97th birth anniversary on 18 July 2015. The event was organized by India International Centre, Gandhi Peace Foundation, United Nations Information Centre and Working Group on alternative strategies.

The programme began by the students marching from Gandhi King Memorial Plaza to Deshmukh auditorium. They saw a short film on the life of Nelson Mandela which gave an insight into Mandela’s achievements and his message - “It is in your hand to make of our world a better one for all, especially the poor, vulnerable and marginalized.”

Ms. Kiran Mehra Kerpalman, Director, UN Information Centre for India and Bhutan gave the message of U. N Secretary General –‘Ban Ki Moon’ urging people to make their individual contribution in spreading peace.

Shri. Satyabharti Pal, Former Indian High Commissioner to South Africa, addressed the audience with his memories of Mandela.

Prof. Ajay Kumar Dubey, Chairperson, Centre for African Studies, JNU & General Secretary, African Studies Association of India, also emphasised that Mandela was not just a leader of South Africa but a global leader too.

Finally, H. E. Mr. France Morule, High Commissioner of South Africa who described Mandela’s love for children and how he spent his birthday with children and also explained the similarities and differences between Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela. All the students had an interactive session with him.

It was truly an enriching experience to know about such an inspiring leader and his contribution to the society. One should also follow the similar of truth and possess zero tolerance towards inequality and injustice.
Eid Celebrations - (17 July 2015)
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Eid was celebrated by the students of Class IV of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh on 17 July, 2015. The Eid celebration began with with a Qawwali followed by a sufi dance depicting the devotion and love for Allah. The students then displayed the true meaning of Eid through a play. Principal Ms. Anjali Aggarwal and the parents who witnessed the celebration were all praises for the lovely programme. The Eid celebration culminated by the distribution of Seviyan.
Celebrating Shakespeare - (May 2015)
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The students who excelled in the questionnaire were Geetika Jhanji (IX A), Saatvik Bhatnagar (IX B), Pratishtha Verhwani (IX E), Rashi Mehan (X A), Ananya Chawla (X B) and Namita Goyal (X D).
Earth Day Celebrations - (22 April 2015)
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In St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh lot of activities were organised for children from Class I to Class X to make them more sensitive about our mother Earth. Children made butterfly garden and collage, paper bags and greeting cards with nature as their theme. Children of class IX and X participated in Nature Quiz and learnt facts about it. The Eco Club children also attended a workshop on Bio Medical waste by Mr. Mohit Bhatia.

The winners in Class I and II for Draw and Colour a picture of a forest were I Prize - Misbah (I D), Rachita Luthra (II F), II Prize - Bhrigu (I E), Vanya (II C), III Prize - Harman (I A), Sanya Mogha (II A) and Consolation Prize was won by Samarth Suri (I B), Kashvi (II D) and Muskan (II E).

The winners in Class III for Speak About any animal / bird were I Prize – Arnav Ahuja (III A), Tarnish Mitra (III B), Prakriti Jaiswal (III C), Parv Choudhary (III D), Rajveer Singh Dheer (III E), Tanish Khattar (III F) and Arshpreet Kaur (III G) II Prize - Aashvi Ahlawat (III A), Riddhi Sarda (III B), Suhani Jain (III C), Parishi Nagrath (III D), Harman Singh Bhalla (III E), Vani Goel (III F), Staleen (III G).

The winners in Class IV and Class VI for Butterfly Garden were I Prize – Aastha Sukhija, Mouli Saluja, Vivek Pasricha and Shreshth Dang (IV B) and Kritika (VI F), II Prize– Kanisha Khurana, Aarti, Harshni and Tisleen (IV G), Himanshu Nandal (VI A) III Prize –Taranjeet (IV G), Madhav (IV G), Pratham (IV G) and Thia (IV G), Yajat Dayal (VI F) and Consolation Prize was won by Tanvi Wadhera (VI F) Manjot of Class IV C won the I Prize for making a Greeting Card.

The winners in Class V for Chart on birds of India were I Prize – Rishan Batra (V C), II Prize - Dishant Goyal (V D), III Prize – Hitarth Gulati (V H).

The winners in Class VII for Paper Bag Making were I Prize – Shubham Khanja (VII C), II Prize – Divyansha (VII E), III Prize – Mukund Sarda (VII E).

The winners in Class VIII for Collage Making were I Prize – Sejal and Sanya Sachdeva (VIII D), II Prize – Ishan Aggarwal and Parth Nagpal (VIII B), III Prize – Simran Kaur and Juhi (VIII B) and Consolation Prize was won by Aditi and Jahanvi (VIII E).

The winners in Class IX and X for Science Quiz on Nature were Varun Sethi and Bhanu Nayar (IX A), Joshua and Atishey (IX B), Sakshi Goyal and Riddhirup (IX C), Aditya Roy and Manan (IX D), Kabir Singh and Himanshu Goyal (IX E), Rashmeet and Rahul (IX F), Gaurang Alah and Meherjeet Singh (IX G), Anurag Rawat and Abhinav
Gupta (X A), Tarushi Pathak and Parth Khurana (X B), Mayank Negi and Gaurika Pathak (X C), Lakshay and Shivam (X D), Tushar and Rhythm (X E), Anandita and Kartik Kapoor (X F) and Sambhav Kumar and Tanya Soneja (X G).
St. Mark’s School, Meera Bagh celebrates 25 years - (20 April 2015)
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St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh wore a festive look on 20 April 2015 as it celebrated its silver jubilee.

In the special assembly, the school flag was unfurled by the Chairman, Mr. T.P. Aggarwal and all joyously sung the school song. This was followed by a cultural programme. Ms. Anjali Aggarwal, Principal, welcomed the Special Guests of Honour, who were Mr. Ashok Chand, Addl. Comm. of Police, Mr. Manu Malik, IT Commissioner, Faridabad, Mr. Jyoti Kalash, Res. Comm. of Nagaland, Mr. Pushpinder Kumar, DCP, West. Other dignitaries who attended were Mr. Tibor Kovacs, Director, HICC, Ms. Saima Syed, First Secretary, High Commission of Pakistan, Ms. Megha Srivastav, Head of Operations, High Commission of Malta, Ms. Livleen Kahlon, TERI, Mr. Dhirendra Bhatnagar, Sec. Gen., CUCAI. Members of the Managing Committee, the PTA and Old Students’ Association also attended the event.

The cultural programme had some scintillating music and dance performances by students as well as speeches and poems about the school. There was also a comprehensive exhibition showcasing various facets of the school. The programme concluded with a video that took everyone down the memory lane as the staff and management of the school spoke about their journey in the twenty five years spent with the school.

The event which was streamed live had around 36000 people from 12 countries watching it.

The dignitaries complimented the school for its good work in all spheres of education, while the alumni had this to say - “We are proud to be St. Markians. We wish the very best for our alma mater.”

Basant Panchami - (January 2015)
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A decorated temple was set up and idol of Goddess Saraswati - Goddess of learning, knowledge, wisdom, purity, beauty and music was worshipped. The children spoke about the festival and recited poems too. An art competition was held on topic ‘Spring Time’ and prizes were given to the best budding artists.



Republic Day Celebrations - (23 January 2015)
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66th Republic Day was celebrated with great vigour and fervour by the students of Class VI, VII and VIII of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh. Colourful dance performances and patriotic songs added lustre to the occasion. The speech was a solemn reminder of the great martyrs and their contributions to the country which infused feelings of dedication and loyalty in the young hearts. Certificates were also given to the students who participated in the Natural Disaster Youth Summit 2015 in Japan, and merit awards were given to Kunal Singh (VIII-D) and Dhruvika Manoj (III-A) who participated and won in Maxx English Wizard Competition and brought laurels to school.


Christmas Play - (24 December 2014)
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The students of Class IV of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh presented a play on Christmas, ‘The Story of Christmas’ on 24 December, 2014. The children portrayed scenes related to the birth of Lord Jesus. The choir presented the carols which were enjoyed by all. Santa Claus and his reindeer danced to the tune of ‘Jingle Bells’. The students of Class I got very excited on the arrival of Santa Claus. The programme was appreciated by all.
Christmas Celebration by Teachers - (December 2014)
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Celebration of National Education Day - (11 November 2014)
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St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh celebrated National Education Day on 11 November, 2014 the birthday of the first Education Minister of India - Maulana Abul Kalam Azad. A series of events were organised in the school to mark the special day. Students of Class V participated in a Card making competition on the theme ‘Education for All’. Students of Class VI had a poster making competition on ‘Shiksha Ka Haq’ and students of Class VII and VIII had an essay writing competition on theme ‘Educated Citizens, Progressive Nation’.

Apart from this, certificates were awarded to the ‘parent learners’ who had participated in ‘PARIVARTAN, the school’s computer literacy programme’. The learners applauded the zeal and commitment of St. Mark’s family in imparting this education to them and shared their experiences. The parent learners of the ‘Teach India Program’ also shared their experiences. At St. Mark’s School, we endorse Maulana Azad’s view - “Education imparted by heart can bring revolution in the society” and are committed to realize this ideal by spreading the light of literacy among our country men.
St. Mark’s School, Meera Bagh celebrates Gurpurab - (5 November 2014)
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The birthday of Guru Nanak Devji was celebrated with religious fervourand gaiety in St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh on 5 November, 2014. Children of classes I to V participated in the function. A pious atmosphere was created by the Guru mantra and shabads sung by the children. After the Ardaas the karahprashad was distributed.
National Unity Day (Sardar Patel’s Birth Anniversary) - (31 October 2014)
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St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh celebrated the birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel as National Unity Day on 31 October, 2014. The students of our school participated enthusiastically in various activities and spread the message of peace and communal harmony. In a special assembly the students took the ‘Rashtriya Ekta Divas’ pledge. A ‘Run for Unity’ was organized where in the students ran with the National Flag and the SMS banner and took a pledge to contribute to World Peace as individuals. Member of Legislative Assembly Mr. Manoj Shokeen was Special Guest of Honour whoflagged off the run. The students of class VI and VII made colourful and innovative posters on the topic ‘Unity and Integrity’. An inspiring documentary on the life of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel was also shown to the students of class V to X. A beautiful rangoli was also designed by the students showing Sardar Patel’s contribution in the Indian independence struggle. Manav Prabhakar (IX C) also participated in an online C.B.S.E. quiz on Sardar Patel and won second prize. Sardar Patel, also known as the ‘Iron Man of India’ lives in a million of hearts and will continue to do so.
Sankshipt Ramayan - (21 October 2014)
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To celebrate the festival of Diwali, the students of Class III of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh presented Sankshipt Ramayan on 21 October, 2014. The guests of honour were our Chairman Mr. T. P. Aggarwal, Principal Ms. Anjali Aggarwal, Vice - Principal Ms. Veena Wahi, the Member of Legislative Assembly Mr. Manoj Shokeen and parents. The students enacted the story of Lord Ram, from his birth to Ravan Vadh and sent across the message of victory of good over evil. Everyone was enthralled by the performance. It concluded with two dances and the message of Happy and Safe Diwali.
Diwali Celebrations - (21 October 2014)
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The earth saviours eco club children of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh went for an anti cracker rally in the neighbourhood area. They distributed pamphlets, and shouted slogans, urging people to have an eco friendly cracker less Diwali. Other than this senior children of classes IX and X went to the classes and told the children about lighting earthen diyas and wasting less electricity. If we use Indian products the working Indian class will be benefitted.

A power point presentation was uploaded and was shown to the children about the perils of bursting crackers. A diya decoration competition was also held for VI, VII and VIII.

Festival Fervour at St. Mark’s School, Meera Bagh - (15 to 17 October 2014)
Prerna Niketan, an NGO dedicated to polio afflicted slum children and Muskaan, an NGO working for the benefit of differently abled children organized Diwali stalls at St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh from 15 to 17 October, 2014. Range of products including diyas, candles, spices and eatables like homemade cakes, biscuits, pickles and savoury items were sold at these NGO counters. Students as well as teachers flocked to these stalls for Diwali shopping. The roaring sale of the products made by NGO brought festive cheer among our less fortunate brethren.
Dussehra Celebrations - (30 September 2014)
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Before the Autumn break started, Class II of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh had an activity on 30 September, 2014 about Dussehra. The students were told why is Dussehra celebrated and how ? The children were asked to draw a scene depicting Dussehra. The students drew a scene with effigies of Ravana, Kumbhkaran and Meghnad. Students enjoyed the activity a lot. They were happy to draw and colour.
Independence Day Celebrations - (14 August 2014)
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The Independence Day of our country was celebrated with gaiety and patriotic fervour at St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, MeeraBagh.

After the hoisting of the national flag by the Principal of the school, the students of classes XI-C and XI-D presented a patriotic song which was followed by speech. An elegant Sufi dance performance was also presented. Then, the principal Ms. Anjali Aggarwal addressed the students and encouraged them to be more patriotic and to realize their duties towards their country. This was followed by the Investiture Ceremony.
Janmashtami Celebrations - (14 August 2014)
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Students of Class I of St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh celebrated Janmashtami on 14 August, 2014 with religious fervour and zest. They presented a mesmerizing stage event depicting the birth of Lord Krishna, his early childhood pranks, his immense love with Radha. 'RaasLeela' was a visual treat for all present there. Aarti was performed with great devotion by one and all. Prasad was also distributed. Our Principal Ms. Anjali Aggarwal appreciated the captivating performance of the little ones. At the end 'Bhajan Recital' was done by the students o fClass V.
Sanskrit Week in SMS - (7 to 13 August 2014)
For the first time in 2014, schools affiliated to CBSE celebrated Sanskrit Week from August 7 to August 13, 2014 in an experimental manner by conducting activities connected to the real world. This celebration in St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh encouraged linguistic creativity among students & provided them an opportunity to benefit from the systematic structure of Sanskrit language.

The activities included :
LAGHUBHASHANAM in which 36 students of secondary classes delivered short speeches on topicssuch as ‘Krodh’ (Anger), ‘Anushasanam’ (Discipline), and ‘Bharatiya Sanskriti’ (Indian Culture). Out of 36, 19 students’ performances were selected and sent to CBSE for the National Level Competition.

The following are the students who were selected :
Khushboo Gupta (IX-G), Kulpreet Kaur (IX- F), Kunal Sharma (IX-G), Priyanjali Handa (IX-G), Anjali Banerjee (X-C), Arsh Tayal (X-C), Harshit Wadhwa (X-D), Harshita Kakodia (X-D), Jagriti Wadhwa (X-A), Manil Dayma (X- B), Muskan Shah (X-C), Parth Vasishth (X- B), Rashi Aggarwal (X-D), Sakshi Khaneja (X- B), Shambhavi Gautam (X-D), Sujata Mahajan (X-C), Tanvi Khanna (IX-F), Vaamna Sethi (X-C), Varun Bakshi (X-C).

In KAVITA RACHNA : 25 students composed poems in Sanskrit on different themes, including those like ‘Vasanta Ritu’, ‘Maatul Chandra’, & ‘Vrikshaan Ropayat’, etc.The students efforts were commendable.The best poem by Muskan Shah of class X-A was selected and sent to CBSE.

In SANSKRIT SHLOKA ANTYAKSHARI was a recitation competition for middle classes by employing various interesting methods such as Shloka Antyakshari. The students enjoyed themselves as it was a great learning experience. A video of the same was sent to CBSE.

MOVIE SCREENING - The Week ended with the screening of a Sanskrit film, i.e. AADI SHANKARACHARYA (with subtitles in English) for students of class VIII in the school.

Overall, the students had a wonderful time learning Sanskrit.
St. Mark’s School, Meera Bagh organizes 'Célébration de France' - (8 August 2014)
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St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh organized ‘Célébration de France - Celebrating France’ on 8 of August 2014. The objective of the event was to make the students appreciate the French culture and people. The Special Guest of Honour for the day was Mr. Jean-Yves GILLON, Attaché for Cooperation in Education, Embassy of France in India.

The students dramatized various famous characters such as Marie Curie, Francois Hollande, Victor Hugo, etc. A play in French by Molière 'Le Bourgeois gentilhomme' was also presented. An Inter - House group singing competition followed which was won by Nehru house while six teams participated in a multi media quiz on French culture and civilization. The team ‘Maupassant’ won the first prize followed by team ‘Zola’. The judges Ms. Jasmine Rajpal and Ms. Babusha Verma, Professors in French from Delhi University appreciated the performance of the students and efforts of the teachers.

The Special Guest of Honour Mr. Jean-Yves GILLON remarked in his address - ‘It is good to see young people learning French. Even if you make mistakes in pronunciation or grammar, do not give up on communicating for it is essential to learn at least two foreign languages in today’s world’. It was a very enriching day for the participants as well as the audience.
Good Friday - (17 April 2014)
On 17 April, 2014, Good Friday was celebrated by the students of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh. The students of Class V presented a musical play depicting the miracles performed by Lord Jesus Christ followed by the plot to have him arrested and finally the crucifixion of the Son of God to save mankind. The play was witnessed by the Principal, Vice Principal and Parents. The message of God’s love for mankind was applauded by one and all.
St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh organises One World
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The primary wing of St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh organised a mesmerising concert - One World. The event was an amalgamation of the various dance forms across the world with around 325 students participating in it.

On one hand,the students performed Korean Fan Dance,Thai Dance, Eldorado - South American dance while, on the other hand,the audience was treated to some lost dance forms of India such as Chirmi, Ghode Modne, Singhi Chham, Karagam etc.

The show also saw the school choir spreading the message of Peace & Harmony through their rendition of some beautiful songs and the students performing the famous 'Jungle Book'. The highlight of the event was the dance - 'Thousand hands of Buddha' depicting the Buddhist story of Avalokteshwara.

The event came to a close with a glittering award ceremony for the year 2013 - 2014 with students receiving awards for their performances in various categories - regularity, neatness, all round performance, avid reader being just a few.

As the parents commented later, "a magnificent show put up by the school, kudos to the students, staff and management of the school for such a wonderful programme."

The show was the perfect culmination of the academic session...
St. Mark's Meera Bagh celebrates Basant - (4 February 2014)
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The little ones let their imagination go wild and drew beautiful pictures. The best one’s were given prizes. Even the teachers were dressed up in yellow clothes and the whole atmosphere looked bright and vibrant. A beautiful temple was decorated at the reception with yellow marigold garlands and Goddess Saraswati was worshipped by the Principal, Ms. A. Aggarwal. The children also participated in the pooja ceremony.


St. Mark's Meera Bagh Celebrates Republic Day - (26 January 2014)
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Republic Day celebrations were held in the primary wing of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, with great enthusiasm. Classes I to V performed various activities wherein Power Point Presentations were shown, Quizzes were conducted and few patriotic songs were taught to the students. All the students took part in Pedilite Workshops conducted on the theme ‘Wear your flag’ with great zeal and excitement.
St. Mark's Meera Bagh organizes Winter Carnival - (27 December 2013)
The much awaited winter Carnival of St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, finally unfolded on the 27 December 2013. The Carnival was organized by the students of classes VI to X with great enthusiasm, fun and frolic. The day was indeed a fun-filled one with mouthful of eats, games, exciting prizes and above all rides and music. Games stalls included Lucky Seven, Horse Race, Pull the String, Matka, Match the colour, Lucky Dip, Know the World and many more. A very special segment known as ‘Santa Stall’ catering to the interest of the kids was put up. Kids could be seen pestering their parents and hovering around this area throughout the day for getting attractive gifts from Santa. They also had loads of fun at their favourite rides like ‘Columbus’ and ‘Giant Wheel’. Children enjoyed dancing to the tunes of all the new and old Bollywood numbers and also dedicating their songs to their dear ones. To top it all was an array of mouthwatering eateries beckoning the crowd. From street food of Delhi to south Indian and Chinese food, all were relished by one and all. The carnival concluded with a Ruffle Draw. It was indeed a great way to end the year 2013.
St. Mark's, Meera Bagh celebrated Christmas - (25 December 2013)
Christmas is the time to rejoice, time to give and share. Once again, St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, witnessed a wonderful day, a day wherein the students of class V presented ‘Nativity Play’ on the birth of Jesus Christ. Amidst dance and music the students depicted the prophecy of Archangel, the birth of Jesus and the arrival of wise men from the East to bless the little Jesus. Santa arrived towards the end, on a sledge driven by his reindeer. Little elves from class II also accompanied him. The students of class I dressed as Christmas trees danced on ‘I’m the happiest Christmas tree’ and the students of class IV danced on ‘Felize Navidad.’ The choir further enlivened the atmosphere. The entire programme was highly appreciated by the Chairman Mr. T. P. Aggarwal, Principal Ms. A. Aggarwal and all the parents.
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St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh pays tribute to Indian Cinema - (December 2013)
In a glittering event SMS Talkies, St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, showcased the evolution of Indian Cinema and also paid rich tributes to the genius of the various directors & music directors from the show business who have become an integral part of our lives. The Chief Guest for the evening was Lalit Pandit, the famous Music Director known for his hits in movies like ‘Haule’, ‘Beshararam’ etc.

The event saw enactments, music and dances from yesteryears to the contemporary period. Around 450 students of Classes VI to XI participated in the fun filled event. During the three hour show, the SMS orchestra played and sang melodious numbers to pay tributes to music directors like Shankar Jaikishan, O. P. Nayyar to name a few. The show also had students enacting a few memorable scenes from Sholey, Padosan, Chupke Chupke, etc. SMS Talkies saw the entire audience dance with the participants to the beats of songs like ‘mud mud ke na dekh’ to ‘Badtameez dil ...’

SMS Talkies was graced with the presence of the Chairman Mr. T. P. Aggarwal, the Principal Ms. Anjali Aggarwal.
St. Mark’s celebrates Guru Nanak Jayanti - (20 November 2013)
Guru Nanak Jayanti, birthday of Sri. Guru Nanak Dev Ji was celebrated in St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, on 20 November 2013 with lots of enthusiasm and religious fervor. Children chanted the ‘moolmantra’ from the Japji Sahib. The atmosphere reverberated with the ‘shabads’ sung melodiously by the children. After the ardass ‘Karah Prashad’ and sweets were distributed to the students.
Children's Day Celebrations at St. Mark's - (14 November 2013)
The child must know that he is a miracle, that since the beginning of the world there hasn’t been, and until the end of the world there will not be, another child like him.”

St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, celebrated Children’s Day in the primary wing. Various activities and events were organized for the students. The day began with a presentation on Jawaharlal Nehru which was followed by a Quiz. Children participated in activities such as drawing, coloring etc. Classes I to III were taken outdoor for fun and frolic whereas a Magic Show was organized for class IV. Class V made different things out of waste. Greeting card competition sponsored by Camlin, was also conducted. Children were also shown movie in their classrooms, the excitement and enjoyment was everywhere.
Diwali Mela at St. Mark’s, Meera Bagh - (24 to 26 October 2013)
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Diwali Mela was organized at St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, by ‘Muskaan’, an NGO working for differently abled children and Prerna Nikentan Sangh, an NGO working for polio afflicted slum children, from 24 to 26 October 2013, which showcased a variety of Diwali goodies like eatables, diyas, decorative candles, squashes and pickles. Enthusiastic students and parents thronged the mela and made Diwali purchases. The three day event ended with much bonhomie and cheer.

Class XI students gifted chocolates to the representatives of both the NGOs and expressed Diwali greetings.
Dussehra celebration at SMS, Meera Bagh - (October 2013)
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Students of class III celebrated Dussehra on the 8th of October 2013. A dance - drama depicting the birth of Goddess Durga, the killing of demons Mahishasura and Ravana was performed by the students. The audience was mesmerized by the remarkable performance of the students. Principal Ms. Aggarwal, Vice Principal Ms. Wahi, Educational Supervisors Ms. Ritika Anand & Ms. Anita Gupta along with the parents performed Durga Puja. The performance of the students was highly appreciated by one and all in the audience.
St. Mark’s Meera Bagh celebrates ‘Peace Day’ - (24 September 2013)
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St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, celebrated International Peace Day, with zeal and enthusiasm. The Principal Ms. A. Aggarwal, Mr. H. K. Pandey (Former Education Officer, Zone XVII) and Mr. L. K. Rai (member of Managing Committee) graced the occasion. To make the students understand the significance of peace, various inter class competitions were organized. The competitions included poem recitation, enactment as peace leaders and poster making competitions. Glimpses of the activities were showcased in the special assembly. This was followed by the school choir singing songs to promote peace.

The Principal Ms. A. Aggarwal appreciated the efforts of the students in spreading the message of peace and encouraged them to be the harbingers of love and harmony.

St. Mark's Meera Bagh works for a Cause on Ganesh Chaturthi - (2013)
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My God is alive in my heart and in my deeds’.

On the auspicious occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi, the students of St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, extended support to the children of Anugrah Foundation, which imparts basic education to underprivileged children. As requested by the NGO, various stationery items like notebooks, drawing files, sketch pens, pencils, erasers and sharpeners were handed over to the representative of the NGO by primary level students.
St. Mark’s Meera Bagh celebrates Ganesh Chaturthi - (6 September 2013)
Ganesh Chaturthi was celebrated at St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, on 6 September 2013. The students of class II presented the programmes. The Principal Ms. A. Aggarwal, Vice Principal Ms. V. Wahi graced the function with their presence. Events from the life of Lord Ganesha were dramatized along-with four dances to show the celebration by the devotees at the time of Ganesh Utsav. Students gained immense knowledge about the various famous stories from the life of Lord Ganesha. With the mass participation of 182 students, the participants got great exposure in acting, dancing and dialogue delivery. The programme was well appreciated by one and all.
Janamashtmi Celebrations - (27 August 2013)
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The students of class I of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, celebrated Janamashtami on 27 August 2013. The little devotees celebrated the life of Krishna as the most adorable, mischievous son, the most romantic lover, the most compassionate friend by presenting a dance drama named ‘Lakh Roop Tere’. The mesmerizing performances of the children enthralled the parents and the guests equally. A pooja for to mark the birth of Lord Krishna was also performed by the Principal Ms. A. Aggarwal.
Independence Day Celebrations - (15 August 2013)
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15 August, a Red Letter Day in the history of India, was celebrated with a lot of gaiety and patriotic fervor at St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh.

After the hoisting of the National Flag by the Chairman of the school Mr. T. P. Aggarwal accompanied by Ms. A. Aggarwal, Principal and Ms. V. Wahi, Vice Principal, the students of classes IX and XI performed an orchestra, presenting patriotic songs. What added to the beauty of the songs was that they were written by the students, Shikhar Suresh (IX-D) and Riya Nagpal (IX-F) and brought to life by Music Teacher Mr. Benedict. The songs were followed by an inspirational speech by Palak Hajela of class XI-A. The students also witnessed two elegant dances Vande Mataram and one celebrating monsoon season which added to the patriotic fervor of the day. Then came the most awaited moment of conferring duties and responsibilities to the new members of the Students Council. Nikita Sareen (XI-E) and Gaurav Kalra (XI-C) are Vice Head Girl and Vice Head Boy respectively. It was also the most appropriate time to recognize the good work of some of the students, Shivangi Arora and Tanya Gupta, both of class XI-F were awarded the ‘Most Enterprising Student’ trophies for their contribution to the Nirman Enterprise wherein they helped the mothers of the EWS students to make and sell cloth bags and earn an income. Nakul Garg of XII-E was awarded a certificate as his Science model was adjudged the best model at the Regional level and has been selected for CBSE nationals.

The members of the Editorial Board (2012-13) were also felicitated for their hard work. Chief Editor, Ria Nagpal (XII-A) and Reporters Ishan Arora (X-A) and Mayank Sharma (X-C) were given certificates for their outstanding contribution to the newsletter.

The day came to an end with the Principal Ms. A. Aggarwal addressing the students and encouraging them to be more patriotic and to realize their duties towards their country.
St. Mark's Meera Bagh celebrates 'Earth Day' - (22 April 2013)
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Earth Day was celebrated at St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, with great fervor and enthusiasm on 22 April 2013. Children of middle section participated in various events which are as follows :

  • The day started with a seed ball making workshop in which children made seed balls with compost and mud.

  • 'Dustbin making' workshop - children made dustbins with cardboard boxes and decorated them. These boxes were of immense use to the class teachers.

  • 'Paper bag making' workshop - the workshop was conducted in which children made paper bags out of used old newspaper and pastel sheets. The end products were beautiful bags made out of recycled paper.

  • A talk on tigers - A talk was given by Dr. Sandip Sharma, a wild life photographer who specializes in the photography of tigers. He gave a wonderful account of the tigers of Ranthambore, specially a tigress called Machli. Children were enthralled to have a person of such a stature in their midst and asked him all sorts of questions related to tigers. He was equally responsive.
The day was well spent in which children and teachers associated, learnt something new and came closer to nature.
St. Mark’s School, Meera Bagh celebrates Foundation Day - (20 April 2013)
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Mridul Virmani (XII-D) and Christina Sharon (XII-E) are now the Head Boy and Head Girl for 2013-14 while Karan Dua (XII-A) and Roshni Khatri (XII-A) have been selected as School Captains. Sports Captains are Mehul Mittal (XII-C) and Sakshi Dagar (XII-E).

The House Captains are :

GANDHI : TUNISHA KANSRA, XII-C
NEHRU : SARTHAK KATHURIA, XII-C
PATEL : DIKSHA LUTHRA, XII-C
SHASTRI : VANYA BHATNAGAR, XII-B
Primary students of St. Mark’s School, Meera Bagh celebrate Foundation Day with lots of activities
School Foundation day was celebrated on 20th April 2013 by St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh. It was a day full of fun and enjoyment for the entire SMS Family. There were special activities conducted for classes I to V to add to the festivities of the day. The students of class I were in colourful dresses and recited poems on ‘My School’. The students of class II drew and coloured a ‘Birthday Party’ scene while class III students made wall hangings using paper plates. The students of class IV made a Piggy bank wherein class V students made flowers using wire and handmade papers. The day was enjoyed by one and all.
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Dance Festival at St. Mark's Meera Bagh - (12 March 2013)
A Dance Festival ‘Jhankar’ was held at St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, on 12 March 2013, in which approx. 300 primary students participated. The students performed various dances. The programme started by paying a tribute to Goddess Saraswati. The audiences were taken through a journey from classical dances such as a Bharatnatyam, Kathak and Manipuri, to western dances such as Ballet and Salsa. It included International Folk dances like the Peacock dance of China, the Arabian and the Lithuanian dance were also presented. This was followed by ‘Taal’ an Indo Western fusion dance. The celebration of 100 years of Hindi cinema was a real treat to the eyes of the audience. They were mesmerized by the performances when they witnessed three performances each of the black and white era, the colour era, the golden period and the modern period. The transformation from the 40’s to the 21st century left the audience awestruck. The programme ended with a grand finale which was a tribute to the great showman ‘Raj Kapoor’. It ended with the rendering of a beautiful and melodious song ‘We are the world’ by the school choir. The entire performance touched the hearts of many. The audience thoroughly enjoyed the entire programme and the hall reverberated with their whole hearted appreciation.
Citation Ceremony at St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh - (18 to 19 February 2013)
On 18th and 19th of February 2013, Citation Ceremony for students of Class XII was held at St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh. The citation ceremony which is a solemn affair is the school’s way of acknowledging its students, wishing them luck and loads of love in the journey of their life. The presence of parents makes the ceremony really special.

The ceremony saw the students and parents sharing their experiences of being part of the SMS fraternity. Ms. Inderpreet Kaur Ahluwalia, Ms. Beenu, Mr. N. K. Maithani and Mr. Rajesh Joshi were few of the parents who talked about their journey as a member of the SMS family, making everyone nostalgic and emotional at the same time. Members of Atoot Bandhan, the school’s Old Students’ Association, also spoke about their golden years in St. Mark’s School. The students were also presented with a memento along with the citation. The Principal Ms. Anjali Aggarwal and the Vice Principal, Ms. Veena Wahi wished the students the very best in life.
St. Mark's Meera Bagh welcomes Basant
Basant Panchami was celebrated at St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh by the students of Class I. They came attired in yellow coloured clothes. A small temple with an idol of Goddess Saraswati was set up. Principal, Ms. A. Aggarwal, gave her good wishes on this occasion. An intra- class Drawing Competition on the theme ‘Nature’ was held in the school ground and the students participated with a great zeal and enthusiasm. Prizes were given to the winners and effort and talent was appreciated.
SMS, Meera Bagh bids adieu to Class XII students - (9 February 2013)
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On 9th February 2013, St. Mark’s School, Meera Bagh bade farewell to the students of the outgoing Class XII. It was a very touching moment for all teachers and students as the students narrated their journey right from class I to class XII. The Principal Ms. Anjali Aggarwal and the Vice Principal Ms. Veena Wahi addressed the students and wished them the very best in their future endeavours. The students also paid special tributes to the school for having made them into such confident young individuals. The teachers blessed the students and expressed their happiness to see them develop into good human beings.

The other highlights of the day were a luncheon get together followed by a D J dance party.
Republic Day Celebrations - (26 January 2013)
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The colourful presentation which was a beautiful amalgamation of dance and music was so very pride instilling. Songs like “Ekla Chalo”, “Vaishnavajan”, “Sarfaroshi Ki Tamanna”, saluted our heroes Bhagat Singh, Mahatma Gandhi and made the atmosphere patriotic. The patriotic song and orchestra presented by the students was melodious and foot tapping.

The programme culminated with a colourful drill and a small felicitation ceremony for the young French learners who received many Gold, Silver, and Bronze medals for their exemplary performance.
Christmas Celebrations - (18 December 2012)
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The students of classes IV and V of St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, celebrated Christmas with a festive spirit on 18 December 2012 at the school premises. The students of class IV presented a nativity play about the birth of Jesus Christ. The choir group of classes IV & V sang carols and excellent musical accompaniments gladdened the hearts of all present. Santa Claus created a happy, pleasant atmosphere and spread the Christmas spirit.

CHRISTMAS CARNIVAL
Amidst dance and music
Fun and frolic
CHRISTMAS CARNIVAL arrived
All around cheer and joy thrived

Held on TWENTY-NINTH
Day of December
Organized by classes First to Fifth
Indeed, an affair to remember

All games interesting and captivating
Some games of skill, some kept patience testing
What a grand extravaganza!
Giving opportunity to win bonanza!

Everyone’s palates had a time galore
With their taste buds wanting for more
Delicious dishes mouth watering snacks
Left everyone with finger licking smacks.

Overall, it was a time to enjoy and dance
It was surely a great chance
to rock and waltz and twists of all kinds
to leave aside stress and worries and unwind.

Diwali Celebrations at St. Mark’s Meera Bagh – (9 November 2012)
Diwali was celebrated on 9 November 2012 at St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, with great enthusiasm. The students of class III dressed up in colourful attire, presented Sampoorna Ramayana in which the scenes of childhood of Sri Ram, Swayamvar, exile, victory over Ravana and Sri Ram’s return to Ayodhya were depicted. Around 200 students participated in the event which was witnessed by their parents as well. The programme ended with a pooja and aarti.
Gandhi Jayanti Celebrations - (1 October 2012)
Class I students of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec School, Meera Bagh celebrated Gandhi Jayanti on 1st October, 2012 to commemorate the birth anniversary of Mahatama Gandhi- Father of our nation. A skit was presented; depicting the life of the great freedom fighter and social reformer. Children recited poems and sang patriotic songs too. Mrs. Anjali Aggarwal our Principal Ma’am highly appreciated the performance and confidence of the little children. She encouraged them to follow the righteous path of Gandhiji. A slide show on Bapuji was also shown to the children. Some children also went to other classes to recite poems. All the activities were organized to enlighten them about the life and principles of Gandhiji.
Independence Day Celebrations - (14 August 2012)
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St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, paid homage to the great heroes of the freedom struggle by celebrating the 65th Independence Day on 14 August 2012. The National Flag was hoisted by the Chairman of the school Mr. T. P. Aggarwal. A small cultural programme having a patriotic fervor was presented on that day. The Principal Ms. A. Aggarwal congratulated all on this day, the day which gave us the freedom of thought, action, faith and speech. The celebration came to an end with an investiture ceremony where all the office bearers of class XI were given badges and they took an oath for doing their duties dedicatedly.
Janmashtami Celebrations - (9 August 2012)
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The children of class I of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, celebrated Krishnashtami with gaiety on 9 August 2012. Students donned the roles of Lord Sri Krishna, Kansa and Gopikas amongst many other characters related to Gokulashtami.. They won the heart of the audience by enacting various roles of Sri Krishna from his childhood as Nathkhat Makhan Chor. The school decorated with flowers, buntings, and swings looked like Vrindavan where little angels danced. The whole scene looked like as if the school was dipped in the colours of a rainbow. The strong bond of friendship between ‘Krishna and Sudama’ was showcased and followers of Krishna like Surdas, Ras Khan, Chitanya Mahaprabhu and Meera Bai depicted their devotion for Krishna.

Dressed in the attire of Krishna and gopikas, students spread the message of ancient Puranas and our traditions. This event brought awareness among the children about traditional customs while enjoying the pranks of Lord Krishna.

Students captivated the audience which comprised of parents and grandparents with their scintillating performances.
Celebrations of Nelson Mandela International Day - (18 July 2012)
On Mandela Day, 18th July 2012, 11 students of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, with Ms. Guninder got a chance to visit India International Centre for celebrating Nelson Mandela’s 94th birthday. The event was organized by India International Centre, Gandhi Peace Foundation and Working Group on Alternative Strategies as part of Taking Children to Gandhi series that brings children closer to the enduring legacy of Gandhiji’s non-violent struggle for equity, justice, pluralism and sustainable development. The occasion started with a few songs being sung at Gandhi King Memorial Plaza. The programme included a procession where students marched holding flags of colours from the flags of South Africa and India.

The slogan of ‘Madiba Tujhe Salaam.... Salaam, Salaam, Salaam was being echoed all over. It was followed by a few performances which included a dance depicting the life of Nelson Mandela and songs being sung in his praise. The High Commissioner of South Africa, Harris M. Majeke graced the occasion with his presence. He talked about the similarities between Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela. There was an interactive session wherein he answered the questions put up by the students. His struggle for Social Justice was honoured by everyone.
St. Mark's Meera Bagh celebrates Shakespeare Week - (30 April 2012)
For the second consecutive year, the students of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, celebrated Shakespeare Week, wherein various activities were organized with a clear objective of familiarizing the students with the Bard of Avon, the Father of English Literature. On 30th April 2012, the students of Class VIII participated in Character Dramatization and relived the characters created by the famous playwright. The judges were overawed to see Othello, Shylock, Brutus, Portia, Miranda and various other characters come alive on stage. The students of class XII delivered some of the famous Shakespearean speeches and Monologues eloquently. On 1st May, there was a Quiz on Shakespeare’s life and works for the students of class XI. The informative quiz was followed by equally mesmerizing performances of budding actors who presented abridged version of 4 different plays, Hamlet, The Winter’s Tale, King Lear and Twelfth Night. It was indeed a treat to watch the students use authentic Shakespearean language with aplomb. The programme helped the students to overcome stage fear, improve voice modulation and enhance their theatrical skills and was a humble attempt to honour William Shakespeare.

The prize winners of the various events were :

Character Dramatization
Sachin Mondol (VIII F) : I Position
Siddharth Sharma (VIII D) & Riya Nagpal (VIII D) : II Position
Manya Pahwa (VIII D) & Shikhar Juneja (VIII B) : III Position

Speeches & Monologues
Sheryl (XII H)
Garvit Arora (XII G)
Jasneet Kaur (XII C)
Swati Sharma (XII F) - Consolation

Quiz
Jyotsna Arora (XI A) & Ria Nagpal (XI A)

Best PlayHamlet

Recognition for commendable performance was conferred to Palak Arora, X-E, Srishti Bansal, X-B, G.Vignesh, IX-B and Guneet Dhiman, IX-C.
Essay Writing - (25 April 2012)
‘Play with words, Play with ideas
Give Wings to your Imagination’
This was the motive of having an Essay Writing Competition for classes IX to XII on 25th April 2012. The students of classes IX and X of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, wrote on the topic ‘My Personal Hero’ and XI and XII on ‘Cultural Diversity of India’.

The winners were :
Class IX
I : ISHAAN ARORA (IX-A)
II : KSHITIJ SRIVASTAVA (IX-C)
III : MANAN JAIN (IX-F)

CLASS X
I : CHESTA KAMRAN (X-B)
II : SRISHTI BHATIA (X-B)
III : KAMAKSHI BISHT (X-B)

CLASS XI
I : MOHIT GULATI (XI-E)
II : AKANSHA GOYAL (XI-C)
III : RIA NAGPAL (XI-A)

CLASS XII
I : RAMLEEN (XII-G)
II : DEEPIKA (XII-A)
III : TOMYA SARDANA (XII-E)

Visit to Navdanya to celebrate Earth Day (20 to 23 April 2012)
Four children Agosh Saluja (X F), Aashi Batra (X A), Sameeksha Makol (X B) and Veronica Kapoor accompanied by the the teacher Ms. Manisha Pathak went to Navdanya Bija Vidyapeeth to attend a 3 day seminar on “Earth Sovereignty”. There were children and teachers from 15 schools across India who had assembled there. The 3 day seminar saw some very eminent social activist like Shweta Jaitley, Feminist Kamla Bhasin and Environmentalists Vandana Shiva and Maya Goverdhan put forth their views about environment and ways to curb global warming.

The students made a preamble on living culture, living Economy and living democracy and presented it to Dr. Vandana Shiva. The venue “Bija Vidyapeeth" was a huge farm with swaying fields of wheat and smaller cultivations of various herbs and shrubs of medicinal and kitchen use. It was a self sufficient farm. The three days that we stayed there made us understand about eco-friendly lifestyles that we can adopt for a greener earth.
St. Mark’s School, Meera Bagh celebrates its 22nd Foundation Day (20 April 2012)
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The day was full of fun and frolic for the entire SMS family. Students of Classes I and II were treated to special workshops wherein they used the art of magic painting to make button flowers.

The students of classes III and IV made cards with Madhubani form of art while Class V students made flowers of ribbons....

Classes VI to X enjoyed watching Nukkad Nataks by the troupe from Asmita Theatre.

A short movie showcasing the school’s journey from its day of inception was also shown to the students.


The following students were bestowed with the Best Student of the Year Award (2011-2012) :
  • Class V - Pratishtha Virwani
  • Class VII - Simrat Singh
  • Class IX - Nikita Sareen
  • Class X - Ayush Malik
  • Class XI - Sanyam Jain
Trophies for Best House in Discipline and Sports were awarded to Patel House while the trophy for Best House in Bulletin Board was awarded to Nehru House.

A birthday cake was also cut by the tiny tots to celebrate the School’s Foundation Day.

Investiture ceremony was solemnized and the Office Bearers were assigned their duties. Sanyam Jain (XII-C) and Danish Girdhar (XII-H) would be the Head Boy and Head Girl respectively while Ravit Malik (XII-C) and Nimrit Kaur Ahluwalia (XII-C) have been selected as School Captains. Sports Captains are Parth Dabas (XII-D) and Srishti Ghai (XII-E).

The House Captains are :
  • GANDHI : SHUBHANKAR JAIN, XII F
  • NEHRU : ROSHIMA JATAV, XII E
  • PATEL : TASHLEEN, XII H
  • SHASTRI : ANISH SHARMA, XII F
St. Mark’s, Meera Bagh welcomes Basant - (28 January 2012)
Basant Panchami was celebrated at St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School. Meera Bagh, on 28 January 2012. Basant Panchami is celebrated to welcome the spring season. The Principal, Ms. A. Aggarwal, and the Office Bearers worshipped Goddess Saraswati, the Goddess of Learning. Prayers were sung to invoke the blessings of Goddess Saraswati.
Republic Day Celebrations - (26 January 2012)
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St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, celebrated Republic Day on 25 January 2012 with a colourful and inspirational programme presented by the students of classes VI, VII and VIII.

The National Flag was hoisted by the Principal Ms. A. Aggarwal.

The programme began with a patriotic qawwali ‘Sare jahan se accha Hindustan hamara’ followed by a lilting ‘Chhoro kal ki batein, kal ki baat purani’. This was followed by a choreography and a dance composition by Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore which gave the message of ‘Universal brotherhood’.

The end of the musical programme saw all the singers and dancers come together and sway to the tune of ‘Vande Mataram’.

On this occasion, the Principal, Ms. A. Aggarwal, shared her valuable thoughts with the students and teachers.

The Under-14 cricket team of the school who participated in B. K. Gupta Memorial Inter School Cricket Tournament held in Bal Bhavan International School, Dwarka (from 2nd to 25th Dec. 2011) were also felicitated by the Principal and the Vice Principal on this occasion.
Christmas Celebrations - (December 2011)
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St. Mark's Meera Bagh organizes Srishti - (12 November 2011)
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St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh organised a Social Science Exhibition ‘Srishti’ on the 12th of November 2011 in the school premises. SRISHTI was the school's attempt to teach students about the diversity of human society and give them an insight into the culture and heritage of the states of our country, as well as of other nations. This exhibition was planned with the aim of promoting the prosperity of all cultures and customs. The exhibition was an amalgamation of different cultures from India and also from the different parts of the world. Students showcased the cultures of Italy, China, Turkey, Netherlands, Mexico, USA, UK and also many states of India from Assam to Tamil Nadu. The lifestyle of the people, tourist attractions, costumes and cuisines, etc. were depicted beautifully.

Several dignitaries like Mr. H. K. Pandey, Education Officer, Zone XVII; Ms. Antonia Grande, Deputy Director, Italian Embassy Cultural Section ; Mr. Ozgur Ayturk, Culture and Tourism Counsellor, Turkish Embassy graced the occasion as Special Guests of Honour to witness and applaud the efforts of the students.

The highlights of the exhibition were the various dances and songs both Indian as well as of other countries.. Approx. 1,800 students participated in the various events of this exhibition. The parents were very overjoyed to see their children perform and whole heartedy appreciated the efforts of the school teachers. Another attempt by St. Mark's School to take education beyond text books and classrooms....
Street Play and Anti cracker rally - (24 October 2011)
A street play and an anti cracker rally was organized by the Earth Saviours Eco Club students of St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, on 24 October2011. The club members along with teachers Ms. S. Kaur and Ms. M. Pathak, took out a rally in support of having a safe and eco friendly Diwali. They also performed their street play at various locations, that is, in front of Vishal Cineplex, Rajouri Garden Malls and Jwala Heri Market. The message and the play was really appreciated by the onlookers.
St. Mark's students present Ramayana - (20 October 2011)
Students of class III of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, presented Ramayana on 20 October 2011. It was a grand affair in which more than 100 students participated. The students danced gracefully on ‘bhajans’ like ‘thumak chalet Ramachandra’ and ‘Shri. Ramchandra kripalu’. The parents of the participants too were invited. Various excerpts from Lord Rama’s life were enacted right from childhood till he was crowned the king. The programme was highly appreciated by all.
International Day of Peace Celebrations - (21 September 2011)
WALK FOR PEACE
The students of class V of St. Mark’s Senior Secondary Public School, Meera Bagh observed the International Day of Peace with day long celebrations. The day began with a “Peace March” that started from the school. All the students enthusiastically participated in the same. They carried banners, slogans, and placards that brought out their feelings about the need for a peaceful world. As they walked through the neighbourhood colonies, they were cheered by curious onlookers. The aim of the march was to make the people aware of the importance of the day. The students pledged to spread the message of peace around them. They understood how peace can begin with oneself.

GREETING CARD MAKING
All the students of class V participated in the greeting card making activity on the occasion of the International Peace Day celebrations. They made beautiful and very meaningful cards carrying the message of peace.

POSTER MAKING
As a mark of honour, on the International Peace Day, the students of class V of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School Meera Bagh participated in a Poster Making Event. This was one of the many activities which helped the children to express their ideas and feelings through beautiful drawings and paintings with attractive slogans. The creative ability of the budding artists was worth praising.

SONGS ON PEACE
The International Day for Peace was celebrated on September 21, 2011 with great fervor and enthusiasm. On this occasion, various activities were organized. Singing was one of them, which was really enjoyed by the children. The song "Let There Be Peace on Earth" was chosen for the occasion.

Let there be peace on earth” is a song by Jill Jackson Miller and Sy Miller written in 1955 sung by country singer Vince Gill. The song touched their minds and made them understand the virtues of understanding, tolerance, world peace and friendship. The children tried to learn the lyrics of the song, and were showed video clips of the same. They felt the need for peace deep within their hearts. The session concluded on the note of love and compassion for each other, the community and the whole world.
Janmashtami Celebrations - 2011
This year Janamashtmi was celebrated on 19th August, 2011. It was celebrated by Class I students with great pomp and show. Parents were invited to see the play performed by Class I students in the auditorium.
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The celebrations started with the play by Class I students and ended with Raas dance and Krishna aarti. After the play our Principal Ms. A. Aggarwal and our primary supervisor Ms. A. Gupta addressed the parents and did the puja in the small temple put up in the auditorium. Then parents were given the Prasad. Parents had a great time seeing their wards performing on stage. It was a lovely experience for all.
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Independence Day Celebrations (2011)
Long years ago, we made a tryst with destiny, and now, the time comes to redeem our pledge, not wholly or in full measure but very substantially”. These words of first Prime Minister rang through the air on 12 August, 2011 when St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, celebrated the 65th Independence Day. Every heart was filled with love for the nation and a will to do their best.

The unfurling of the flag by the Chairman, Mr. T. P. Aggarwal was a moment of great pride for all. He was accompanied by the Principal Ms. A. Aggarwal and Vice – Principal Ms. Veena Wahi. After paying obeisance to the National Flag, the school orchestra presented the National Song “Vande Mataram” in a soulful manner. A speech to mark the day evoked the feeling of patriotism in every heart which was followed by a patriotic song. To add to the festivity, the Vice heads of the student council were presented with their badges of honour and their duties. Meritorious students were also presented their awards and certificates of merit by CBSE and The Hindustan Times.

The Principal Ms. A. Aggarwal addressed the students and reminded them of their duties towards the nation while expressing her views about the real meaning of Independence.
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St. Mark’s School Meera Bagh is twenty one years old (20 April 2011)
On 20 April 2011, St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, celebrated its twenty first Foundation Day. It was a day of celebration, joy and fun.

The day saw the unfurling of the school flag by the Chairman Mr. T. P. Aggarwal, in the presence of the Principal Ms. A. Aggarwal, the Vice Principal Ms. V. Wahi and the entire SMS family, followed by the singing of the school song. It also saw everyone reiterating the school motto of Loyalty, Truth and Honour. A beautiful cultural programme was followed by the investiture ceremony wherein the Head Boy Mani Makkar, Head-Girl Taniya Arora and other Office Bearers were reminded of their duties towards the school. The Best students for the academic session 2010-2011 of different classes were awarded with their certificates and trophies.
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These students were Kashish Grover (X) and Sanchit Goyal (XI). The Best House Award for Sports, Bulletin Board display and Discipline was also presented to the House Incharges and House Captains. It was a day full of fun, enjoyment and nostalgia for all the entire SMS family. There were special activities conducted for classes I to V. The atmosphere was very radiant and vibrant with all the little ones wearing beautiful and colourful dresses. The day also saw the cutting of the special birthday cake and wishing the school the very best in all its endevours.
St. Mark’s Meera Bagh celebrates ECO VISION 2011
St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, celebrated ‘Eco Vision 2011’ to commemorate Earth Day. Eco Vision 2011 saw students from all the three branches of St. Mark’s School participating in a week long plethora of activities. For the primary classes, there was a fancy dress competition, a drawing and painting competition, an environment based quiz and a competition in which the little ones informed everyone about the properties of trees. Students of classes 6 to 8 participated in Collage Making, Declamation competition and a poster making competition.

There were power-point presentations, a quiz on the theme of Bio diversity and design a stamp competition on flora and fauna. The senior most students participated in essay writing and poetry illustration.

It was a week, truly devoted to sensitize the students about their obligations towards our planet. The week also saw dignitaries like Mr. Sunil Saxena, Director, Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Climate Change and Mr. Saurav Bardhan, co founder, Green Bandhu Eco solutions visiting the school and sharing their expertise with the students.

The culmination of the week-long event saw an amazing display of choreography, song and dance by the students. It also saw the presence of Mr. Gaurav Shorey, TERI who enriched the students with his knowledge and expertise and handed over prizes to the deserving students. The grand finale was ‘Vriksharopan’ a traditional tree plantation in true Shantiniketan lifestyle.
St. Mark's Meera Bagh Welcomes Basant - (February 2011)
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It began with ‘Saraswwati Puja’, followed by ‘Saraswati Vandana’ (Dance) and a Bengali dance depicting the spring season.

Children were dressed up as sunflowers, trees, birds, bees, butterflies etc. The other children were also dressed up in yellow and enjoyed yellow coloured sweets.
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St. Mark's School organizes Citation Ceremony
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St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, organised a Citation Ceremony for the outgoing class XII. The event was a grand affair in which parents were present.

The class teachers of respective classes informally introduced each student of their class, following which a Citation describing the qualities of the student was read out by the Principal Ms. A. Aggarwal and a Memento was also presented to each student.

The highlights of the event were Manipuri, Sufi and Bharatnatyam recitals by the students of St.Mark’s. It was indeed an emotional event where every child was personally blessed by the Principal. A class representative spoke about his/her experience in St. Mark’s School.
Republic Day Celebrations - (January 2011)
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And to the republic for which it stands
With liberty and justice for all,
United we stand…



With the same patriotic fervor and zest was the 61st Republic Day celebrations at St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh. The hoisting of the National Flag by the Principal, Ms. A. Aggarwal was followed by a cultural bonanza presented by the students of the middle wing of the school.

Singing of patriotic songs, filled hearts with pride as the songs saluted the national and unsung heroes who had laid their lives down for this beautiful country. This was followed by a melodious Qawwali – “sarfaroshi ki shama….” which talked about cross border terrorism and the involvement of youth in it. The programme ended with beautifully choreographed dance performances depicting the National Symbols, confluence of west and east and finally representing the essence of India – Unity in Diversity. The Principal congratulated the students for their performance and urged everyone to understand their responsibilities as citizens of India.
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Christmas Celebrations - (24 December 2010)
Christmas – a time of joy and happiness, giving and sharing.

Christmas parties were organized for classes I to VI from 20 to 24 December 2010, at St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, with interesting activities, games, magic show. The students thoroughly enjoyed the parties and went back home with lovely gifts given by their Santa Claus. The gifts were beautifully wrapped not in plastic sheets, but in newspapers on which block painting had been done by the students.

The Presentation of the ‘Nativity Scene’ was a treat to the eyes. The Christmas Carols sung by the choir took everyone to the time when Jesus was born. All the participants performed very well and did their best to make the programme a hit. The narrators delivered their speeches with eloquence. The sledge, jingle bells, Santa Claus and last but not the least, Mary and Jospeh, left all spell bound.
Janmashtami Celebrations (1 September 2010)
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Janmashtami was celebrated on 1 September 2010. The spirit of the festival came alive when the students of Class I participated in the celebrations. The programme started with a ‘puja’ which was performed at the school reception where a small temple was erected. The students along with our respected Principal Ms. Anjali Aggarwal and Vice principal Ms Veena Wahi lit the diya and sang the arti. The birth of Lord Krishna was depicted which was followed by ‘Makhan Chor’ dance, ‘Govardhan Puja’ and ‘Ras Lila’. Children were beautifully dressed up as "Radha, Lord Krishna and Gokulvasis”. They performed with enthusiasm and fervour.

Finally, our Principal Ms. Anjali Aggarwal addressed the students on this occasion and appreciated their efforts.
Two Decades of dedicated services - St. Mark’s Meera Bagh
20th April was celebrated as the Founder’s day at St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, with a lot of joy and excitement. The celebrations commenced with the hoisting of the flag by the Chairman Mr. T. P. Aggawal, Principal Ms. A. Aggarwal, Vice Principal Ms. V. Wahi accompanied by Dr. Balbir Singh, member of the Managing Committee, with the melodious notes of the school song “Hail St. Mark’s” playing in the background. The students of classes X and XII rendered a song and a choreography depicting “A Student’s Journey in St. Mark’s” was also displayed.

Best students from various classes were awarded by Hindustan Times, Statesman and The Times of India.

Investiture ceremony was solemnized and the Office Bearers were assigned their duties. Aparajita Pandey (XIIA) and Arsh Marwah (XIIB) would be the Head Boy and Head Girl respectively while Garv Malik (XIIB) and Marshneil (XIIE) have been selected as School Captains. Sports Captains are Bhuvan Kapoor (XIIG) and Harleen Kaur, of class XIID.

The House Captains are :

GANDHI : AKANKSHA, XIIB

SHASTRI : MEHEK JUNEJA, XIIB

PATEL : DIKSHA AHUJA, XIID

NEHRU : KARSHINI, XIIA