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International Level Computer Competitions : Microsoft Website Design and Googlecodel2earn - (December 2016)
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Students of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh brought laurels for the school by winning the Microsoft and Google International Competition. Kartik Singh (VIII-F) and Paarth Sikka (VII-F) had participated in Google Code to Learn India Contest and Kartik Singh won a Chrome Book with efforts of Paarth Sikka. Kanishk Chhabra (IX-A) has participated in International HTML Competition organized by Microsoft. First he qualified in First Round and then, In Second Round (Online submission) held in December 2016, he obtained the Fourth position in the world winning X-Box 360 and a Dell Laptop.
COFAS International Computer Competition - (4 to 7 November 2016)
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10 students along with Team leader Mr. N. Gupta of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh participated in International Computer Competition “COFAS 2016“ (Computer Olympiad Fair and Seminar) held at City Montessori School (CMS), Lucknow between 4 to 7 November 2016. The students enthusiastically participated in various events such as Maths Quiz, Turn Coat, Debate, e-collage, Costek - Dance competition, Teenovations etc. Two students - Sushmit Vaish (XII E) and Vansh Arora (XII E) won the Third Prize in Computer Wizard (Programming) Competition. Overall it was a great opportunity for the students to share their knowledge with the National and International fellow teammates.
Odyssey International 2016 - (28 to 31 August 2016)
St. Mark's Meera Bagh - Odyssey International 2016 : Click to EnlargeA group of ten students from within St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh - Secondary (VIII-X) and Senior Secondary (XI) sections along with their team leader Ms. R. Chopra participated in a memorable event; the 7th Odyssey International held at World Unity and Convention Centre, City Montessori School (CMS), Lucknow between 28 to 31 August 2016. The School organized a plethora of contests based on the theme of Renaissance that included Ensemble de Renaissance, Frescos, Satirical caricatures, Covert intentions - character behind the mask, Epode-Write and recite, Spectacle de danse, Cinematics and La Mascarade.

The team comprised of five students from the secondary category - Gaurika Pathak (VIII G), Ikshvaku Rastogi (VIII A), Prerna Rajput (IX A), Sneh Bedi (IX F), Mansi Gupta (X B) and five from the senior secondary category - GianKaur Matta (XI E), Pulkit Sharma (XI F), Hitanshi Narang (XI C), Ashit Kedia (XI B) and Mihir Bhasin (XI F).

The secondary team bagged the Third Consolation Prize in Spectacle de danse.

Two Students - Chaitanya Arora (IX D) and Manmeet Singh (IX D), participated in the online event – CINEMATICS and won the Second Consolation Prize.

The Senior team was nominated amongst the 8 best plays in La Mascarade.

It was indeed a very enriching and memorable experience for all.
Nirmaan Wins the Blogging Competition - (August 2016)
St. Mark's Meera Bagh - Nirmaan Wins the Blogging Competition : Click to EnlargeSchool Enterprise Challenge initiated by Teach a Man to Fish is a UK based NGO which has launched a blogging competition for the schools taking part in running a school enterprise. Every month they award the most interesting blog. The blogging competition for the month of August, 2016 was won by the blog of Nirmaan Enterprise, a school enterprise run by the students of St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh. Winners will get a prestigious certificate from the School Enterprise Challenge.

Please find attached the snapshot of the result announcement on fb page of SEC.

Link of fb page of School Enterprise Challenge : https://m.facebook.com/schoolenterprisechallenge/

Link of Nirmaan blog : http://smsnirmaanenterprises.blogspot.in/?m=1
IRC (International Robotronics Challenge) 2015-16 - (19 December 2015)
St. Mark’s Meera Bagh - IRC (International Robotronics Challenge) 2015-16 : Click to Enlarge4 teams of St. Mark’ Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh participated in IRC Zonals from classes VI, VII, VIII and IX at 3 levels Juniors, Middle and Senior. For the zonals these students went to Bal Bharti Public School, Dwarka and then Ramgya School, Noida. One team of Junior level was selected in Nationals which was held on 19 December, 2015 in Shri Ram School, Gurgaon.

Students who were selected for IRC (Nationals) 2015-16 were Nandik Dawar (VI F), Dhruv Kumar (VI D), Krish Vijan (VI F) and Kush Sharma (VI F).
CII Soccer Fest 2015 - (19 and 20 December 2015)
St. Mark’s Meera Bagh - CII Soccer Fest 2015 : Click to EnlargeConfederation of Indian Industries organized a Soccer Fest at Jawahalal Nehru Stadium, New Delhi on 19 and 20 December 2015.

The Football team of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh won the Championship by beating the following teams – In Round 1- Kendriya Vidyalaya, Faridabad; 6-2; In Quarter Final- Guru Harkrishan Public School, Vasant Vihar; 5-3 ; In Semi Final- My Angels Academy; 2-0 and in Final- Kolkata Dreams Foundation; 2-1.

The team consisted of Pratyaksh Yadav (XI F), Shikhar Suresh (XI C), Robin Thapliyal (XI B), Jatin Kansra (X E), Jasmeet Singh (X D), Lakshay Singh (X D), Ishaan Sachdeva (IX E) and Prashant Khurana (IX A).
Global Teacher Accreditation - (October 2015)
Ms. G. Rajan, Head, International Affairs of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh has received the British Council Global Teacher Accreditation. The British Council and Cambridge Education Foundation work together to deliver the GTA programme to promote a global dimension in the school curriculum through the development of innovative, equitable and sustainable school partnerships. The accreditation aims to improve teaching-learning experience as a result of introduction of a global dimension within the curriculum.

Ms. G. Rajan, under the guidance of her mentors, Ms. Meera Balachandran, Director, Education Quality Foundation of India, Ms. Rekha Pandey, Resource Person, British Council and Ms. G. Chandra, PGT, St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh wrote her action research plan on – ‘How effective are school exchange overseas programmes in developing the skills of collaboration and cross cultural awareness in senior students ?

Click here for the Certificate
The Reading Challenge Programme by British Council - (30 September 2015)
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The second workshop of the Reading Challenge Programme was conducted on 30 September, 2015 in St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh. The workshop was in 2 sessions. The first session was for classes I and II and the second session was for classes III, IV and V. Activities like Alphabet monster, petals game, role play, etc. were conducted during the session. A short activity ‘Tell me about your book’ was organized which was based on the books the students had read so far.

Treasure Hunt was also organized for the students in both sessions. The students participated with great zeal and enjoyed the workshop.
St. Mark’s School, Meera Bagh excel in Maths - (2 to 6 December 2014)
St. Mark’s Meera Bagh - International Young Mathematicians Convention, 2014 : Click to EnlargeSt. Mark’s Meera Bagh - International Young Mathematicians Convention, 2014 : Click to EnlargeA six member team of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, led by their teacher Ms. P. Sethi, participated in a four day long Mathematical Extravaganza IYMC, 2014 in December, 2014 at City Montessori School, Lucknow.

21 International teams and 39 National teams participated in the event.

Manan Jain (XI E) won a Gold Medal, Abhinav Sood (XII F) a Silver Medal and Abhishek Bansal (XII F) a Bronze Medal in
Sr. Category while Siddharth Chugh (X B), Kushal Shokeen (X C), Sushmit Vaish (X G) won gold medals in the Junior Category in Maths Wiz.

Siddharth Chugh was also awarded a Gold medal for solving a puzzle in the Maths Fair (Dexter’s Maths).
ASEF ClassNet Merit Award for St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh - (December 2014)
St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh has been conferred with ASEF ClassNet Merit Award for its collaborative project - iMagzz-Making Myself Heard. The award consists of a certificate as well as 500 Euros. The award money helps the school in initiating and implementing more collaborative projects for the next academic year.

iMagzz is a global collaborative magazine initiated by our school under the aegis of Asia Europe Foundation. The magazine features the works of students from 31 schools from all across the globe. The countries involved in the project were Singapore, Slovenia, Sweden, Italy, Hungary, Taiwan, Ireland, Israel, Russia, Malaysia, Netherlands, Indonesia, Philippines, USA to name a few...
Model United Nations - (31 October and 1 November 2014)
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Shikhar Suresh and Riya Gupta of Class X-D of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh participated in a Model United Nations organized at K.R. Mangalam School, Vikas Puri on 31 October and 01 November, 2014. Shikhar Suresh represented Canada in the committee ASEAN (Association of South East Asian Nations) and clarified his country’s stance on Mekong river issue. He stressed on the need to take into consideration International Water Treaties to resolve the issue which involves the river which runs through South East Asian Nations like Vietnam.

Riya Gupta represented Sudan in the committee UNCSW (United Nations Commission on Status of Women) which voiciferously debated on Reproductive Rights of Women. She highlighted the exploitation faced by women, their low literacy rates and lack of socio - economic progress which augmented the misery of women in Sudan.
Students of St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh win at COFAS International, Lucknow - (November 2014)
Students of St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh win at COFAS International, Lucknow : Click to Enlarge10 students (Pranav Verma XII-E, Abhishek Gupta XII-E, Maghav Goyal XI-F, Kashish Bansal XI-F, Lakshay Arora XI-E, Kushal Shokeen X-C, Shikhar Juneja X-F, Mandeep Singh IX-C, Aman Goel IX-A, Agam Kamran IX-A) along with Mr. Naveen Gupta of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh participated in 17 International Computer Competition “COFAS “ (Computer Olympiad Fair and Seminar) organized by City Montessori School, Lucknow. The students enthusiastically participated in various events such as Maths Quiz, Turn Coat, Debate, e-collage, Costek -Dance competition etc.

Our students won the following prizes :

Pranav Verma and Abhishek Gupta - II Prize in Math.com.
Shikhar Juneja and Kushal Shokeen - Consolation Prize in Brainz Maths Quiz.
Maghav Goyal, Kashish Bansal, Kushal Shokeen, Shikhar Juneja, Mandeep Singh, Aman Goel and Agam Kamran won II Prize in Costek - Dance competition.
Literary fervour at Lucknow - (23 to 26 August 2014)
St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh participated in the ‘6th Odyssey International 2014’, an International Literary festival, organized by City Montessori School, Lucknow, from 23 - 26 August 2014. The students participated in a panoramic extravaganza of literary events ranging from Debate, Turncoat, Paper Sculpture, Poetry on Music, Drama and Dance. The students got a wonderful platform to showcase their talent. It is noteworthy that the team comprising of 6 Juniors (IX-X) and 5 Seniors (XI) were at their creative best in all the events.

The team comprised of Maanvi Mudgil (IX D), Urvi Goel (IX D), Manya Pahwa (X C), Shikhar Suresh (X D), Siddharth Sharma (X E), Siddhant Malhotra (X E), Suasha Girdhar (XI E), Sanjana Choudhary (XI E), Aayushi Arora (XI E), Rushali Sethi (XI A) and Kartika Kumar (XI B) was led by Ms. R. Kohli. The prize winners were: Sanjana Choudhary; II position in Debate and Suasha Girdhar; II position in Turncoat. The play presented by the junior team was nominated among the top 8 teams out of 72 participating National as well as International schools.
Luminarium, DPS Dwarka - (6 to 8 August 2014)
Students of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh participated in LUMINARIUM - An Inter School English Literature festival held at DPS Dwarka from 6 to 8 August 2014. Some of the events in the senior category were Quizzical Quest, Great Speeches, One Voice-A choral Recitation, Stage Whispers, Comically Yours, Manoeuvring Malgudi, Wings of Poesy and Design a Newspaper.

Our students won in the following categories :

Quizzical Quest :
I Prize : Lakshay Arora (XI-E) and Mayank Rawal (XI-E)

One Voice Choral Recitation :
III Prize : Mehak Bansal (VIII-A), Muktesh Sharma (VIII-A), Jhanvi Madan (VIII-B), Hershneet Kaur (VIII-C), Rohit Bagga (VIII-C), Atishay Jain (VIII-D), Vidhi Hattar (VIII-D), Sathvick Bhatnagar (VIII-E), Geetika Jhanjhi (VIII-G), Manas Mehta (VIII-G), Nitika Talwar (VIII-G), Sanya Kapoor (VIII-G), Ishika Kalra (VIII-C), Tushar Mohan (VIII-G) and Nishtha Vashisht (VIII-F)

Some events in the Junior category were Character March, War of Words and Photomontage (Collage making).
In this category we bagged the following prize :
War Of Words (Juniors) : III Prize - Hardik Garg (V-B)
Final Celesta - City Montessori School, Lucknow (April 2014)
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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/
Quanta 2013 - (16 to 19 November 2013)
A team of 7 students comprising of Shristi Jain (XII-E), Nakul Garg (XII-E), Aanya Arora (XII-F), Rohit Raman Banerjee (XII-F), Aayush Malik (XII-E), Sahil Sareen (XII-E) and Lakshay Suri (XII-F) along-with the team leader Ms. A. S. George participated in QUANTA 2013 held at City Montessori School, Lucknow from 16th to 19th November 2013. They participated in various activities like Maths Quiz, Science Quiz, Mental Ability Test, Insight (models from Computer Jung), Debate (topic - Genetically modified food is sufficient for world hunger) and Aqua Challenge. 24 International teams and 39 National teams participated in the event. It was a life time experience participating in such a mega event.
St. Mark’s students participate in the Commemoration of the Genocide in Rwanda - (11 April 2013)
On 11 April 2013, 4 students from grade XII along with a teacher Mrs Sapna Malik went to Alliance Francaise for the Commemoration of the Genocide in Rwanda.

It was on 7th April 2013, 19 years ago that a 100 day long genocidal mass slaughter of the Tutsis by the Hutus had resulted in the death of 10,000,00 people, most of them belonging to Tutsis community.
St. Mark’s students participate in the Commemoration of the Genocide in Rwanda : Click to Enlarge St. Mark’s students participate in the Commemoration of the Genocide in Rwanda : Click to Enlarge St. Mark’s students participate in the Commemoration of the Genocide in Rwanda : Click to Enlarge
The programme started with a beautiful music video entitled - NEVER AGAIN GENOCIDE that was performed by various Eastern African artists. The music video featured a lot of young people from Rwanda and showed how young Rwandians are intent on never letting a genocide or any type of mass killing happen ever again.

This was followed by a documentary made by UN on Rwanda Genocide. The documentary showed interviews of many Genocide survivors. The victims had lost their parents, husbands, children and some of them had been brutally raped or physically abused . Their experiences were horrifying, something no one should ever go through.

The documentary also showed the role of DUHOZANYE association that provides support to women victims of rape and HIV / AIDS to cope with trauma and pull their lives together. All in all, the students learnt the importance of co-operation and harmony and that peace prevails in the entire universe.
Quanta 2012 - (16 to 18 December 2012)
SMS Sr., Meera Bagh - Quanta 2012 : Click to EnlargeSMS Sr., Meera Bagh - Quanta 2012 : Click to EnlargeA team of 7 students participated in an International event QUANTA 2012 held at City Montessori School, Lucknow from 16th to 18th December 2012.

Students from around 60 schools from various countries and all over India participated in the event. Students of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, participated in Quizzes (Science, Maths and Mental Ability), Debate, Model Making from Computer Junk and a Boat Race. Kashish Grover and Vibhor Goel from XII-G won the first prize in Aqua Challenge (Boat Race).

It was just not only a competition but a unique chance to interact with the students and teachers from various countries. It was a rewarding exposure for all.

The St. Mark’s team comprised of Kashish Grover (XII-G), Vibhor Goel (XII-G), Lakshay Singh (XII-F), Anurag (XII-F), Bharat Aggarwal (XII-H), Prashant Vashisht (XII-H) and Anesh (XII-F) led by Physics Teacher Mr. Sachin Arora.
Students of St. Mark's, Meera Bagh win at LITFEST - (9 to 12 August 2012)
Students of St. Mark's, Meera Bagh win at LITFEST (V Odyssey) : Click to EnlargeStudents of St. Mark's, Meera Bagh win at LITFEST (V Odyssey) : Click to Enlarge5th ODYSSEY (International Litfest) organized by City Montessori School, Lucknow, proved to be a great platform for students of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, to showcase their talent. Aakriti Kumar, Anish Sharma, Danish Girdhar, Kritika Relan, Shruti Malhotra and Shubhankar Jain of class XII, Palak Arora and Nikita Sareen of class X, Dev Soni, Ishan Arora, Mayank Sharma and Suasha Girdhar of class IX alongwith Ms. K. Mehta participated in all the events during the Litfest (9th to 12th August 2012). Shubhankar Jain walked away with the I Prize in the Creative Writing Contest for the seniors and Dev Soni received a commendation certificate for Elocution.

The students excelled in ‘Clincher Campaign’ – Protect, Preserve, Propagate – a social issue. They presented a mock campaign against the society’s ignorance towards Leprosy and Lepers and propagated the message – ‘A new face of Leprosy – Healing Bodies, Opening Minds’. They were awarded the I prize for their effort. The students came back with a lot of wisdom and with a message of world peace given by Dr. Jagdish Gandhi, the founder of CMS group of schools.
ST. MARK'S ODYSSEY MEMBERS HAVE AN INTERACTIVE SESSION
The members of the middle wing of 'Odyssey' Club of St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh had an interactive session with Mr. Siddharth Sharma, a journalist, writer and traveler and an Associated Copy Editor with 'Outlook Money'. The session was interactive and informative. Members asked several questions about his debut novel "The Grasshopper's Run". He spoke about his novel, his childhood and his inspiration to be a writer. He encouraged children to read and write. The members really benefited by this interesting interactive session.
SMS Sr., Meera Bagh at Celesta 2012
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Deepika Matange (XI-B), Tanya Singh (XI-D), Mridul Khatri (XI-D), Shibangi Nag (XI-A), Inderpal Singh (X-F), Akshit Gupta (X-E), Shantav Jatav (X-B) and Cheshta Kamran (X-B) led by Mrs. L. Srinivas and Mr. B. Lazarus attended CELESTA 2012 - A Cultural Fiesta for World Unity held from 2 November to 6 November 2012 by City Montessori School, Lucknow and made their presence felt by winning the II runners up trophy in Dramatics for their play CHIKITSA - HEAL THE WORLD and a special prize for overall performance. Principal Ms. Anjali Aggarwal honoured the invitation sent by the host school by attending the inaugural function on 2 November 2012. Traditional Group Dance, Choreography, Orchestra, Art & painting and Collage were the other events in which they participated A special mention was made about the oratory skills of the St Mark’s Meera Bagh team during the feedback session. Participation in CELESTA 2012 was not just a competition but a wonderful experience in cooperation, communication and collaboration for all concerned.
 
 
St. Mark’s Champions at Celesta International : 2010 - Click to EnlargeA talented ten member team comprising of Sonika Vyas (XI), Samarth Rai Sethi (XI),Shibika Suresh (XI), Divyani Pahwa (XI), Disha Sethi (XI), Pamposh Pandita (X), Nimrit Ahluwalia (X), Vanshree Garg (X), Shubhankar Jain (X), and Samarpit Kalra ( X) led by the team leader Mrs. Lakshmi Srinivas, and Mr. Ashish Kenneth Lal made St. Mark’s Senior Secondary Public School, Meera Bagh proud by bagging the overall Championship Trophy at CELESTA INTERNATIONAL-2010 after winning the First Prize in Dramatics for The English classic “Fanny’s First Play” by George Bernard Shaw, The Second Prize in Orchestra for a mesmerizing Fusion music, A Consolation Prize each in Traditional Group Dance for rendering a Baul Folk depiction of Guru Rabindranath Tagore’s Ekla Chalo Re and an enchanting Choreographic presentation on the theme Innovation. This event was a competition among multi-talented children and it provided a platform to showcase their skills in front of an International audience too.

41 teams participated in various events which included 13 teams from SriLanka, Nepal and Bangla Desh. St. Mark’s team stood out a head and shoulder above the rest by their sheer willpower and determination. Their performances were wholeheartedly appreciated by one and all at City Montessori School, Lucknow. Principal Mrs. Anjali Aggarwal and all at St. Mark’s congratulated the team on the day they returned to school.
Celesta : Championship Trophy - Click to Enlarge Celesta : Chroegraphu Consolation Prize - Click to Enlarge Celesta : Dramatics I Prize - Click to Enlarge Celesta : Orchestra II prize - Click to Enlarge
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Eureka
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Quanta 2011
A team of 7 students of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, alongwith their teacher Mr. Sachin participated in Quanta 2011 – An International competition for Science, Mathematics, Mental Ability and Electronics. Total of 67 teams from different parts of India and world participated. Students of St. Mark’s took part in various quizzes, debates and model making competitions. Shibika Suresh of XII E got honourbale mention in Debate. Performance of other participants was also appreciated. The students got a chance to compete with the talent across the globe.
 
Geofest International - (10 to 13 Septmebr 2011)
Six students of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Pubic School, Meera Bagh, alongwith their teacher Ms. Vani Lala, participated in the ‘Geofest International’ organized by City Montessori School, Lucknow, held from 10 to 13 September 2011. Students participated in various events like Collage Making, Model Making, Cartoon Making, Quiz and Choreography. They bagged Consolation Prize in Collage Making (Senior), and Commendable prize in Choreography. It was a great learning expeirnece of rthe students and their endeavour was appreciated by all.

Students of St. Mark’s who participated were :

Chirag Khatri (XII-A), Saurabh Maithani (XI-G), Sanyam Jain (XI-C), Manushi Arora (VIII-D), Rushali Sethi (VIII-D) and Suasha Girdhar (VIII-D).
Geofest in Geography for Youth (2010)

Geofest, an international festival in geography for youth, organised by CMS, Lucknow was held from 5th to 8th september' 2010. 85 teams participated, including local, national and international teams.

Various activities organised were :

Model making,
Cartoon making,
Collage,
Dance,
Quiz,
Website designing and
Debate.


Our school was represented by 6 students and 1 teacher as the team leader.

Their names are :
Arsh Marwaha, Chirag Khatri, Mani Makkar, Sakshi Dagar, Manisha Gupta, Paushali Banerjee and Ms. Tina Chhabra (Team Leader).

The founder directer of CMS, Mr Jagdish Gandhi, enlightened the students with his views on world parliament and government.

Kudos to our students who have won the following prizes :

Second Prize in Website designing, Commendable performance Prize in Dance and a Consolation Prize in Geo Talk-a Debate. The festival was a knowledgable experiencehat brought together the youth of Asian countries on a common platform, to express their views and find solutions for the problems of the various ecological systems.

 
St. Mark's Meera Bagh participates in Quanta 2010
A team of 7 students of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, alongwith their teacher Mr. Sachin participated in an international event based on Science, Maths and Computer in Quanta 2010, organized by City Montessori School, Lucknow, from 9 November 2010 to 13 November 2010. Participants from nearly 15 countries took part in the event. The students of St. Mark’s Meera Bagh participated in various competitions like Quiz, Aqua Challenge, Model Making and a Computer Software Development. Students qualified for finals in Boat Race. Performance in other competitions was appreciated. It was indeed an enriching experience for all the students.

The participants were :

1. GARV MALIK, XII-B
2. SHRAVAN ARORA, XII-F
3. MOHIT SHARMA, XII-F
4. ASHISH SAWHENY, XII-E
5. KUSH JAIN, XII-E
6. TANVI LAMBA, XII-F
7. RUCHIKA JUNEJA, XII-B
 
STUDENTS PARTICIPATE IN GEOFEST (2009)
Our participants at Geo Fest, Lucknow - Click to EnlargeSix students’ along-with their teacher Ms. T. Chhabra went to City Montessori School, Lucknow, to participate in ‘Geofest International’ – a youth festival in Geography. The events were spread over 4 days.
Some of the events were :

Create your Taste,
Gestoons,
Voice and Vision,
Geo Quiz, etc.


It was an enriching and learning experience for all the participants.




Students of our school who participated were :

Arsh Marwah – XI
Kirti Jain – XI
Sakshi – XI
Shubhankar Jain – IX
Siddharth Dagar – X
Kashisj Goyal - X
 
St. Mark’s Meera Bagh Shines at 'Quanta 2009'
The proud participants of QuantaIt was a proud moment for St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, as its students accompanied by their team leader Mr. Sachin, excelled in ‘Quanta 2009’, organized by City Montessori School, Lucknow, from 14 November 2009 to 17 November 2009.

Abhijeet Khanna and Surbhi Batra won the first prize in Science and Astronomy Quiz while Devashree Sharma won the second prize in the Debate Competition.

Surbhi Batra & Abhijeet Khanna (XII B) - the proud winners of Science Quiz at QuantaTarun Gupta got an honourable mention in Mental Ability Test. The performance of Gagandeep Singh, Mayank Khera and Pushkar Jain was also appreciated. St. Mark’s School, Meera Bagh stood fourth in QUANTA 2009 amongst 46 teams from 11 countries. It was a wonderful and enriching experience for all the students.