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Generation Global Video Conference - (20 April 2018)
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As a part of the Global Generation Project, a video conference was conducted on April 20, 2018 in which a group of 10 students of Classes VII and VIII of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh participated. The topic for the VC was 'Freedom of Belief'.

The other participating schools were DAV Public School, Pushpanjali Enclave (India), Govt. Girls High School, Kotri (Pakistan) and Gov't Sardar Ishaq Khan High School (Pakistan).

Ms. Sandhya Gupta was the facilitator for the video conference. They used dialogue skills both to teach others and learn from others about their lives, their thoughts, beliefs and values. The students discussed what “Freedom of Belief” means, if Freedom of Belief is important to them, and why Freedom of Belief is important to them. They got an opportunity to ask each other questions about what they have heard from their peers.
Global Exchange Programme with France - (19 to 28 January 2018)
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Twenty students of College Emile Verhaeren, Paris along with two teachers Ms. Marilae Pancrazi and Ms. Vanessa De Pass visited St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh from 19 to 28, January 2018. The students stayed with their host buddies and experienced the warmth of Indian families. The guests witnessed our rich cultural and historical heritage during their visit to Dilli Haat, local markets and went around for the city tour, visiting Qutab Minor, Lotus temple etc. They also visited Agra to see Taj Mahal and were awestruck by the beauty of this epitome of love. Students engaged themselves in fun activities as they experienced the raw beauty of rural India at the Lohagarh farms. Cookery workshop and an understanding of Mahabharata along with the Republic day celebrations added to the heritage exposure they experienced during their stay.
We Host our friends from Gimnazija Ptuj, Slovenia - (14 to 22 January 2018)
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Our belief in collaboration across countries and cultures was strengthened further as we hosted a 10 member student delegation from Gimnazija Ptuj, Slovenia led by their teachers - incharge, Ms. Brigita Veric and Mr. Igor Seruga, from 14 to 22 January 2018. The visit helped the students develop a sense of intercultural awareness besides connecting them to the diverse and rich heritage of our country. During their stay, the delegation visited the important landmarks of Delhi like the India Gate, the Red Fort, Bangla Sahib Gurudwara, the Lotus Temple and Dilli Haat. They also went for a 4 day trip to Agra and Jaipur to see the Taj Mahal, Fatehpur Sikri, Hawa Mahal etc. In the school they attended workshops on Cookery, Yoga, Art and basic Hindi language. The stay with the families gave them a peek into the Indian lifestyle and the value system. Such collaborations definitely help bridge distance between countries, cultures and geographical boundaries and bring the world closer.
ISA - Project 'Let's Read Together' : A TWIST TO THE TALE - (16 January 2018)
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The final interactive session for ISA project, 'Let's Read Together' for classes III to IX of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh was held on 16 January 2018.

The project, which began a few months ago, encouraged the students to speak about their favourite book. The students, over the meets, presented the summary of their favourite book, their favourite characters and the instances that left a mark on them. For the final session, five students per class spoke on how the story ended and what twist they would like to give to it.

The winners were - Rohan Katpalia (III D), Sukhmann Singh (IV A), Aashvi Ahlawat(V A), Bhavya Alagh (VI C), Khushi Mishra (VII A), Divanshi Thakkar (VIII D) and Shivay Vinayak (IX B).
ISA : PROJECT 'HAPPY NEW YEAR' - (January 2018)
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The students of Classes I to V of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh participated in various activities under the ISA Project 'Happy New Year'. They all worked under one theme – ‘New Year Celebrations across India.’ Classes I and II participated in Fancy Dress Competition while Class III presented picture essays. Class IV prepared power point presentations. Class Vanswered a questionnaire after they were shown a power point presentation. All the activities culminated on 27 December where the finalists of Classes I and II were dressed in vibrant costumes and spoke enthusiastically on ‘When and How New Year is celebrated in different states’. The shortlisted students of class 3 presented their picture essays. Principal, Ms. A. Aggarwal and Vice Principal, Ms. R. Anand felicitated the winners.

The winners were -

Class I -
I Prize - Nilay Dayal (Haryana) – I B;
II Prize - Drishya Dhingra (Himachal Pradesh) – I A and
III Prize - Kabir Bathla (Punjab) - I B

Class II
I Prize - Avni Patel (West Bengal) – II A,
II Prize - Chaitanya Sareen (Manipur) - II C and Protyush Biswas (Assam) - II B and
III Prize - Siya Sehgal (Rajasthan) – II C, Prisha Arora (Nagaland) - II A and Namya Aggarwal (Odisha) – II A.

Class III
I Prize- Kriday Sharma - III B,
II Prize- Reet Chawla – III F and
III Prize - Amey Aggarwal - III C.

Class IV – Aanandita Behl - IV B and Pratham Dandoria – IV E

Class V - Arush Madan - V A, Vivian S. Malik - V B, Mahak - V C, Archit Jaggi – V D, Paarth Bathla – V E, Atharv Rawal– V F and Rishi – V G.

Class VII - Vishwesh Kr. Gupta – VII F and Chinmay Nagpal – VII C.

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