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St. Mark's School visits Klaasik Stiftung Weimar and Christian Ernst Gymnasium, Erlangen, Germany - (27 September 2017 to 14 October 2017)
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A ten member student delegation of St. Mark's Sr. Sec Public School, Meera Bagh comprising of Tanishq Juneja (XI A), Rashmeet Kaur (XI E), Jhanvi Madan (XI E), Manish Wasan (XI C), Manan Kakkar (XI C), Devanshi Naithani (XII F), Joshua Aditya Joseph (XI F), Shivansh Aneja (XI B), Hriday Arora (XI F), Prashant Khurana (XI D) led by Ms. G. Rajan, Head of International Affairs and Ms. Rooma, Teacher Incharge visited Christ Ernst Gymnazium, Erlangen, Germany from 27 September 2017 to 14 October 2017.

The delegation received a warm welcome in the school by the Principal Dr. Thomas Kellner, the teacher coordinator, Dr. Christian Schoffel and the students. The welcome ceremony concluded with the formal exchange of mementos. As is the practice in a cultural exchange programme,the students stayed with their host buddies. During the ten day visit, the delegation interacted and participated in several activities and attended Geography, English, Music, Theatre and Maths lessons. The group got a deep insight into the education system, culture and ideologies of Germany. On 6 October 2017 (the cultural night), the students gave captivating dance performance and read a poem composed by Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe. During its stay in Erlangen,the group was also taken to Nürnberg and Bamberg. The students and staff members also toured the office and manufacturing unit of Seimens Healthineers.

The delegation later visited Weimar to attend a four day program on Weimar Classicism. The students learnt about the famous poets such as Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe, Friedrich Schiller, Christoph Martin Wieland and Johann Gottfried Herder. The delegation were fortunate to reside in Wieland's house during its stay in Weimar.

Prior to Erlangen and Weimar, the delegates had a short trip to Heidelberg, Cologne and Frankfurt. The exchange programme was a great educational and cultural opportunity for the students which would certainly help them in their academic and social development.
Our Principal is a panelist at an International Conference - (October 2017)
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Ms. Anjali Aggarwal, Principal, St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh, was invited to attend the conference “Theory Meets Practice: Teacher Training in the Digital Era” held in Zug, Switzerland. The conference was a joint event bringing together the ASEM Education and Research Hub for Lifelong Learning Conference and the 13th ASEF Classroom Network (ASEF ClassNet) Conference in conjunction with the World Education Leadership Symposium.

As a panelist, Ms. Aggarwal addressed challenges and opportunities which originate from digitalisation of education and how essential it is to educate the teachers to tackle them. She also emphasised on the needs of teachers in the face of ever-advancing educational technology.
Cultural Exchange Programme : Slovakia - (27 September to 10 October 2017)
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A nine member student delegation of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh comprising of Kartik Singh (IX J), Aryan Chaudhary (IX D), Tejas Batheja(IX I), Anmol Gupta (IX I), Akshit Jain (IX J), Diksha Arora (IX F), Chetali Dua(IX G), Disha Solanki (IX E), Shristi Solanki (IX B), led by Principal Ms. A. Aggarwal and Vice Principal Ms. R. Anand and accompanied by Teacher Incharges Mr. R. Manchanda and Ms. H. Pant went to Spojena Skola, Ivanka Pri Dunaji, Slovakia as a part of student exchange programme from 27 September to 10 October, 2017.

The programme started with school visit, students got an oppurtunity to know how lessons were taken in the schooland even saw centres of vocational training. They learnt horse riding, fishing and went for sightseeing to places such as Devin Castle, Bratislava Castle, Driny caves, Tatras, St. Martin's church City square. Parliament and President house.

On 2 October, 2017 the delegation met the Mayor of IvankaPriDunaji - Mr. Ivan Schreiner, who gave lot of historical information about the place. Thereafter Official welcome by Bread and Salt giving ceremony took place in the school. The cultural programme was organised by the students of both the schools and exchange of mementos took place to further strengthen the bond between the two schools.

The delegation went on a boat ferry to Vienna and saw Schonbrunn Palace, City Centre, Burg-theatre, Austrian Parliament.The group also visited Prague and Budapest and saw many places of public interest like Charles Bridge, Wenceslas Square, Clock Tower, Old City Hall, St. Stephen's Church, Heroes Square, Citadel, Night Cruise, Parliament.
Exchange Program with Slovenia - (October 2017)
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St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh - Exchange Program with Slovenia : Click to EnlargeIt is truly said that love connects diversities and it is this love that we share with our partner school, Gimnazija, Ptuj, that took us to Slovenia for a cultural exchange program. A group of 10 students of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, led by our Principal, Ms. A. Aggarwal and teachers in charge Ms. A. Arora and Ms. R. Kohli visited this beautiful country where the sea connects with the mountains, forests with waters, fields with vineyards and the specialities of the underground with the light of the sky. Ptuj happens to be the oldest city in Slovenia, which gave the delegation an insight into the Roman, Gothic and Slovenian history as they visited various landmarks that included churches, Town Hall, Ptuj Castle.

The students had been working on their project on rivers which they shared through presentations and attended a few lessons on Geography. They also went on a 4-day tour of the country during which they visited the capital city Ljubljana, Piran, Portoroz, the mesmerising Lake Bled, Skiing haven Plenitza and the Skocjan Caves, which is on the UNESCO world heritage list. They also made the most of their day's visit to Zagreb, Croatia, where they saw the important historical sites as they took a walking tour. All through their visit, the students stayed with their host buddies to get a peek into their lifestyle and culture. They were also lucky enough to visit Graz in Austria and explored the absolutely stunning Eggenberg Castle, Schlossberg Central Park and a thrilling ride up the funicular train that took them to the Clock Tower. The students who were a part of this magical journey were Twinkle Makol (XII D), Srishti Jain (XII D), Himank Gupta (XI D), Aditya Choudhary (XI E), Khushi Bahl (XI E), Varun Sethi (XI B), Ashish Taneja (XI B), Paarth Madan (XI B), Rohan Kapoor (XI A) and Sanya Kapoor (XI A).
St. Mark's School visits Bucharest Romania - (3 to 9 September 2017)
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A nine member student delegation of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh comprising of Harshita Sabharwal (XI B), Suhana Bhatia (XI B), Karman Singh Arora (XI B), Inshika (IX F), Mehak Gupta (IX B), Aakriti Dadhich (IX E), Devangi Sharma (IX B), Nikhil Chopra (IX J) and Mehar Bhutani (IX D) led by Principal, Ms. A. Aggarwal accompanied by Ms. G. Rajan, Head, International Affairs and Ms. V. Lala, Teacher in Charge visited Culegiul National Elena Cuza in Bucharest, Romania from 3 to 9 September, 2017.

This visit was part of an ongoing exchange programme with the Romanian school. The week long visit saw the Indian students attending a few workshops on Certiport, 3D Printing to name a few. The students also had an opportunity to visit the beautiful Palace of Parliament, the Ministry of Education and a few museums - the Antipa Museum, the Village Museum and the History Museum. The Indian students stayed with their Romanian counterparts thus getting a peek into the lifestyle of Romanian families. One of the highlights of the programme was the visit to the Indian Embassy in Bucharest and meet the First Secretary, Mr. Ravi Chandar who gave an in depth account of the relationship between the two countries.
Cultural Exchange Programme with Germany - (18 August 2017 to 3 September 2017)
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A nine member student delegation of St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh comprising of Harshneet Kaur Kang (XI-D), Vaishali Goyal (XI-A), Arshnoor Singh (XI-C), Meharjeet Singh (XI-F), Vanshdeep Singh (XI-B), Manan Phutela (XI-A), Varun Wadhwa (XI-B), Manan Khurana (XI-A), Aditya Gakhar (X-D) led by teacher in charges Ms. S. Arora and Ms. M. Kharbanda visited Klosterschule Roßleben, Germany from 18 August 2017 to 3 September 2017. Five students were hosted by the German families which gave them an insight into the lifestyle, culture and traditions of Germany. Four students stayed on the campus with the teacher in charges.

This visit was a part of an ongoing exchange programme with the German school. During the visit, the students and teachers of St.Mark's got a warm welcome by the school Principal Mr. Gernot Groppler. The delegation also got an opportunity to attend various classes along with the German students. They also visited Kyffhäuser monument, Barbarossa Cave, Yena City and Nebra Museum. The most enriching experience was three day stay in Weimar, city of Goethe and Schiller. They also learnt about the cultural heritage through hands on activities, visits to libraries, museums, Goethe House and Schiller House. The delegation also visited Frankfurt, Cologne and Heidelberg.
Student Exchange Programme with Romania - (22 to 30 August 2017)
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Student exchange programmes have acquired the status of being the best forum of understanding different cultures with ease and casting impression.

9 Students and 3 teachers of Collegiul National 'Elena Cuza' School, Bucharest, along with Ms. Cornelia Platon, Alexandru Papiu School, Dej, Romania visited St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh between 22 August to 30 August 2017. The entire fraternity of our school was privileged to host such graceful ambassadors of Romania. The students coming from Romania stayed with host buddies thus getting exposed to the lifestyle of Indian families.

The guests witnessed our rich cultural and historical heritage during their visit to Red Fort, Akshardham Temple, Dilli Haat and local markets. They keenly observed these monuments and soaked our local tradition and way of life. They also visited Agra to see the Taj Mahal. They were awestruck by the beauty and symmetry of this monument evoking the expression of love. The Romanian delegation also participated in sports activities and attended a cooking workshop to understand Indian cuisine. The entire group was appreciative of the school's efforts to provide them a comfortable and a meaningful stay.
St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh celebrates Indo Romanian Friendship - (29 August 2017)
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The event was graced by Ms. Daniela Dobre, Political Counsellor, Embassy of Romania. The highlight of the event was a ramp show which saw the students showcasing the folk costumes of various Indian states. Folk costumes and folk dances of Romania were also presented as a video show. Ms. Dobre also released a brochure highlighting the friendly relations between schools and the two countries.
Video Conference with School in Afghanistan - (20 July 2017)
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The students of both the schools discussed the causes of Child Labour and the ways and means to eradicate the social evil. It was heartening to see the students talking about the measures taken by them, personally, to eliminate this evil from the society.
St. Mark’s School, Meera Bagh visits Gymnazium sv. Frantiska z Assisi, Zilina, Slovakia - (26 May to 2 June 2017)
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A 9 member student delegation from St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh comprising of Harpreet Singh (IX-F), Ekagra Rajpal (X-C), Gurshikha Chana (XI-A), Himanshu Goyal (XI-C), Prahlad Srivastava (XI-D), Naireeka Narula (XII-A), Maninder Singh (XII-C), Tripti Mittal (XII-C) and Sanya Arora (XII-D) led by Ms. G. Rajan, Head of International Affairs and Ms. A. Sapra, Teacher Incharge visited Gymnazium sv. Frantiska z Assisi, Zilina, Slovakia from 26 May 2017 to 2 June 2017.

The delegation received a warm welcome in Krakow, Poland by the students of St. Francis High School, Zilina, Slovakia and got an opportunity to visit the Wawel Castle and Auschwitz Concentration Camp. As part of cultural exchange program, the students stayed with their host buddies in Zilina. During its visit to the school,the students of St. Mark’s School as well as Gymnazium sv. Frantiska z Assisi presented various dance performances, presentations and also served their traditional dishes thus getting to know the culture and tradition of both the countries. The delegation also attended the Holy Mass held in Gymnazium sv. Frantiska z Assisi.

Sightseeing in Zilina included a visit to a Slovak Village, an open air museum, Strecno Castle, Bojnice Castle and the ice caves in the High Tatras.After the visit to Zilina the students toured the cities of Bratislava, Vienna, Budapest and Prague. The delegation visited the Bratislava Castle, Buda Castle, Budapest Parliament and Prague Castle. It also took a tour of the Jewish Quarter in Prague.

Exchange Programme : Visit to Gherla, Romania - (16 to 27 May 2017)
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A nine member delegation from St. Mark's Sr. Secondary Public School, Meera Bagh comprising of Sanat Vadhera (IX H), Palak Sarna (IX J), Pulkit Gupta (IX H), Sukrit Mendiratta (IX G), Puneet Bajaj (X F), Shivam Dargan (X E), Vyom Gupta (X C), Somya Garg (X E) and Diya Saluja (X D) led by Principal Ms. A. Aggarwal, Vice Principal Ms. R. Anand and teacher in charge Ms. P. Minocha, visited Prague, Budapest and Gherla, Romania from 16 to 27 May, 2017.

In Romania as a part of cultural exchange program our students stayed with their host buddies, students of Petro Maior High School, Gherla. Our delegation received a warm welcome in school as the students prepared delicacies for Indian students and presented traditional Romanian dances. Our students gave a presentation on the Indo – Romanian culture and also presented a Punjabi Folk Dance which was highly appreciated. The event concluded with the formal exchange of mementos. The delegation also got an opportunity to visit the Town Hall and met the Mayor of Gherla Mr. Ioan Neselean.

Sightseeing in Romania included a visit to castles of Sighiora, Brasov and Rasnov. Students also got a chance to visit the Holy Trinity Church, the Jewish Synagogue in Gherla and Turda Salt Mines.

Prior to visiting Gherla the students saw all the beautiful sights in both Budapest and Prague. The exchange program provided great opportunity to students of both countries to understand and appreciate each other's culture and enabled them to strengthen bonds of friendship which they have developed.
Singapore Exchange Programme - (4 to 11 April 2017)
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A nine member student delegation from St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh comprising of Siddhant Sharma (XII E), Saubhagya Singla (XII A), Naman Garg (XII A), Lalit Kumar Chauhan (XII A), Amish Aggarwal (XII A), Devanshi (XII F), Vanshita Girdhar (XII B), Ishitaa (XII B), Mansi Gupta (XI A) alongwith teacher incharges Ms. T. Kant and Ms. H. Kaur went for a student exchange programme to Boon Lay Secondary School, Singapore from 4 April to 11 April, 2017.

During their eight day visit, the delegation interacted and participated in several activities and attended Economics, Physics, CCA and Sports lessons in Millennia Institute and Boon Lay Sec. School. Our students presented a dance performance on the 40th Anniversary Celebration of Boon Lay Sec. School which was a great occasion. The occasion was graced by Mr. Iswaran, Minister of Trade and Industry and Special Guests from China. The Principal, Mr. Tan Chor Pang appreciated the presence of the delegation from our school on their special day and called it a historic moment in the chapter of Indo – Singapore Educational Collaboration. Students visited several places of tourist attraction in Singapore like the Universal Studios and the Singapore Flyer.

The exchange programme was a great educational and cultural opportunity for students which would certainly help them in their academic and social development.
A visit to Greece - (27 March to 5 April 2017)
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A team of 12 students of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh comprising of Lavisha Rajpal (X B), Tushar Mohan (X B), Prabhleen Kaur (X D), Samdisha Anand (X F), Vanshika Sabharwal (X F), Mehar Kohli (XI A), Dhruv Arora (XI B), Japsimran Kaur (XI B), Ishita Sanghi (XI B), Sivgun Kaur (XI B), Kulpreet Kaur (XI B) and Prathmesh Sanmotra (XI F) led by Senior Vice – Principal Ms. V. Wahi, Ms. G. Rajan, Head International Affairs and Ms. G. Kaur, Teacher Incharge visited Anatolia College, Thessaloniki, Greece from 27 March, 2017 to 5 April, 2017. Both the schools worked together on knowing more about Indian and Greek Mythology highlighting the points of similarities and dissimilarities between the two.

The students also learnt more about the Greek education system by attending classes with their Greek counterparts. A Cookery Workshop was organised where both Indian and Greek dishes were prepared and relished. During the special assembly there was presentation of dances. The Chief Guest for the event was Mrs. Yvonne Alexandridou, Honorary Consul, Consulate of India, Thessaloniki, Greece. The students got a chance to meet Mr. Theodore Filaretos, Vice President for Primary and Secondary Education, Anatolia College.

During their stay in Greece, the delegation visited Athens, Kastoria and also enjoyed the cruise touching three islands namely Hydra, Porus and Aegina. The highlight of the programme was the visit to Acropolis and the temple of Poseidon.

In Athens, the students visited 4th School Vmittou and presented a dance performance which was highly appreciated by the Principal Mr. Dimitrios Gioutzis.
Delegation from Vietnam visits St. Mark's School - (14 to 21 January 2017)
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A seven member student delegation along with two teachers, Ms. Chau Pham and Ms. Giang from Experimental Secondary School, Hanoi visited St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh from 14 January to 21 January 2017. The Vietnamese students were hosted by Indian students which gave them an opportunity to understand Indian traditions, culture and lifestyle. The Indian and Vietnamese students explored the history of India especially Delhi by visiting the famous historical monuments such as Qutub Minar, India Gate. They also visited Lotus Temple and Bangla Sahib, places of worship.

A day long trip each to Agra and Pratapgarh farms was also arranged for the delegation from Vietnam. An art workshop to learn Indian Art Forms was highly appreciated by all. The major highlight was a cooking workshop wherein the Indian students taught Indian cuisine while the Vietnamese students taught their cuisine. An event' India Vietnam - all weather friends'was organised which saw the presence of Mr. Tran Quang Tuyen, Minister, Deputy Chief of Mission, Embassy of Vietnam as the Special Guest of Honour.
St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh hosts India and Vietnam - All weather friends - (20 January 2017)
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St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh hosted India & Vietnam - All Weather friends, an event to commemorate its friendship with Experimental Secondary School, Hanoi, Vietnam on 20 January, 2017.

A ten member delegation from Experimental Secondary School was on an eight day visit to St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh. The event saw the presence of Mr. Tran Quang Tuyen, Minister, Deputy Chief of Mission as the Special Guest of Honour. A beautiful cultural programme consisting of traditional Indian and Vietnamese dances as well as some foot tapping songs was presented. Mr. Tran Quang Tuyen, Minister, Deputy Chief of Mission also released a special desk calendar designed by the students of both the schools.The desk calendar is a window to the various aspects of the two countries such as traditions, cuisine, art, literature, places to name a few.

As Ms. A. Aggarwal, Principal, remarked – “There's so much beauty in the two countries. I am happy to see my students collaborating with the students from Vietnam.Our friendship will grow stronger with such collaborations."
Delegation from Russia visits St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh - (9 to 16 December 2016)
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A nine member student delegation led by Teacher In Charge, Ms. Valentina Vasilkova from Zhukovsky English School No.3 visited St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh from 9 December to 16 December 2016.

The Russian students were hosted by their Indian buddies which helped them learn about Indian lifestyle, traditions and the family structure. In the school, the Russian students attended the classrooms and also participated in an interesting Art of Living workshop. Dance and Indian cooking workshops were also conducted for the Russian delegation. The students from Zhukovsky English School No. 3 enjoyed cooking Indian food and practicing the Pranayam.

A day long Delhi sightseeing was organised for the delegation wherein the members visited Akshardham, Qutub Minar, Lotus Temple, Gurudwara Bangla Saheb to name a few. Dilli Haat and Connaught Place were other places that the Russian friends visited.

On the last day of the visit, a special event was organised wherein a collaborative book - A Tale of Two Countries written by the students of St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh and Zhukovsky English School No. 3 was released by Mr. Sergey Karmalito, Senior Counsellor, Embassy of the Russian Federation.
St. Mark’s School, Meera Bagh organises a Technology Exchange Programme with Ebba Petterssons, Gothenborg, Sweden - (26 November to 6 December 2016)
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As part of the ongoing St. Mark’s – Ebba Petterssons Technology Exchange Programme, 8 student delegates accompanied by two teacher incharges Ms. Erica Aberg and Mr. Stefan From from Ebba Petterssons, Sweden visited St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh from 26 November to 6 December, 2016. During its stay, the delegation visited all places of interest like Qutub Minar, Lotus temple, Bangla Sahib Gurudwara, Dilli Haat and Janpath. The delegation took a three day tour to Agra and Jaipur too. At school, the delegates participated in cookery and art workshops to learn about Indian cuisine as well as Indian art. The theme of the exchange being technology, the students performed some scientific experiments in the school apart from visiting the National Science Centre wherein they learnt to make speakers out of waste.

One of the major highlights of the program was the visit to AIMIL, a multifunctional, multi service providing company in the high-tech instrument industry.

The official event - Forever Friends saw the presence of Mr. Gautam Bhattacharya, the Deputy Head of Mission, Embassy of Sweden as the Special Guest of Honour. As Ms. A. Aggarwal, Principal, remarked - "St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh and Ebba Petterssons will be Forever Friends ; after all, it is now eleven years of our collaboration."
Delegation from Spojena Skola, Slovakia visits St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh - (3 to 10 November 2016)
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A twelve member delegation from Spojena Skola, Bratislava, Slovakia visited St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh from 3 to 10 November, 2016. The delegation, led by the Principal Ms. Katarína Kubišová and teacher in Charge, Mr. Pavol Trubac, attended classes to learn about the Indian education system. An art workshop, a Yoga workshop as well as a workshop on Indian cuisine were also organised for the delegates from Slovakia. It was a very memorable visit for all the Slovakians as they visited places of interest such as the Qutub Minar, India Gate, Lotus Temple and Red Fort. They also took a day trip to Agra to see the beautiful Taj Mahal. A trip to Pratapgarh farms was also arranged for them to give them an idea about an ethnic Indian village. During its stay, the Slovakian delegation along with their Indian hosts as well as teachers and Principal, Ms. A. Aggarwal were invited by the Ambassador of Slovakia, H. E. Mr. Zigmond Bertok for an interactive session. The Ambassador gave away the certificates to all the members of the exchange program. He also expressed his happiness in seeing students of his country bonding well with their Indian counterparts.
We welcome our guests from Spojena Skola, Slovak High School, Bratislava ... - (November 2016)
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Delegation from Romania visits St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh - (18 to 25 October 2016)
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A six member student delegation led by two teachers, Mr. Florin Haran and Ms. Ioana Prunean from Petru Maior High School, Gherla, Romania visited St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh from 18 to 25 October, 2016. During its stay in Delhi, the delegation experienced Indian lifestyle, culture, cuisine and festivals as the Romanian students were hosted by their Indian buddies. The students from Petru Maior not only attended classes with their host buddies but also participated in special workshops on Indian art and cuisine.

To know more about the heritage of India, the Romanian delegation went for Delhi Darshan wherein it visited Red Fort, Qutub Minar, Lotus Temple, Dilli Haat. A one day trip to Agra to see the famous Taj Mahal was also organised for the Romanians. A special event 'Celebrating friendship between India & Romania - Sărbătoarea prieteniei româno-indiene' was organised on 21 October, 2016. The Special Guest of Honour for the event was H. E. Mr. Radu Octavian DOBRE, the Ambassador of Romania.

Mr. Florin Haran, teacher coordinator, Petru Maior High School, remarked,"A good beginning to our collaboration and we look forward to many more such exchanges."
Celebrating friendship between India & Romania - Sărbătoarea prieteniei româno-indiene - (21 October 2016)
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'Celebrating friendship between India & Romania - Sărbătoarea prieteniei româno-indiene' a special event to celebrate the friendship between the two countries was organised on 21 October, 2016 in St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh. The Chairman Mr. T. P. Aggarwal, Principal Ms. A. Aggarwal extended a warm welcome to the Ambassador of Romania, H. E. Mr. Radu Octavian DOBRE, the Special Guest of Honour and the eight member delegation from Petru Maior High School, Gherla, Romania.

The event started with a musical performance by the students of middle school. A video on the visit of our students to Gherla, Cluj was shown followed by a bhangra performance. The guests from Romania showed their presentation on Romania and its history. They also performed a dance which saw many of the Indian students dancing along.

The event concluded with formal exchange of mementos and certificates awarded to the students.

The Ambassador expressed his happiness on the growing friendship between the two schools and promised his support and help in taking it further.
St. Mark’s welcomes Delegates from Germany - (2 to 13 October 2016)
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A delegation of ten students from Klosterschule Rossleben, Germany led by their Principal, Mr. Gernot Groppler and teachers Ms. Julien and Mr. Sebastian Manz visited St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh from 2 October to 13 October 2016. This visit was a part of an ongoing cultural exchange programme 'East speaks West and West speaks East'.

The students were hosted by Indian families which gave them an insight into the lifestyle, culture and traditions of India. They also had an experience of Indian classrooms for they attended the classes with their host buddies. While in school, workshops on cooking, yoga, art and craft were organised which the delegates really enjoyed. The delegates also participated in Durga Puja celebrations in the school. To get an insight into the rich cultural and ecological history of India, the delegation visited many historical and religious places in Delhi such as India Gate, Qutub Minar, Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, Red Fort etc. apart from a visit to Agra,Jaipur and Ranthambore..

The visit culminated with a mega event on 7 October 'Goethe Meets Tagore' which showed an amalgamation of both the cultures on stage.
Goethe Meets Tagore - (7 October 2016)
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St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh organized ‘Goethe Meets Tagore’, a tribute to the two literary geniuses on October 7, 2016 as part of an ongoing cultural exchange programme 'East speaks West and West speaks East'.

The event saw the German students showcasing Tagore while students of St. Mark’s School showcased Goethe. The German students read a few poems written by Tagore, presented a play and also read out beautiful quotations with their interpretations.

The Indian students depicted a magnificent amalgamation of enactment with multimedia representation on Goethe’s life which was followed by recitation of a poem by Goethe and then a German song sung by the school choir. It was a good learning experience for all.

The programme was supported by the Goethe Institute, Delhi as Ms. Hema Gupta - Project Manager Educational Services & the Special guest of honour, remarked “It was a perfect amalgamation of the Indian and German culture on stage. And Goethe-Institut Max Mueller Bhavan is ready to give you full support in all possible manners.”
Indo - Sweden Technology Exchange Program - (24 September to 4 October 2016)
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An eight member student delegation of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh comprising of Bharat Kwatra (XI E), Aman Goel (XI E), Ishika Khurana (X B), Kartik Malik (X B), Tanisha (XI D), Raghav Bansal (X A), Khushboo Dhull (XI C), Sonali Girotra (XI D) along with teachers in charge Ms. N. V. Punj and Ms. A. Mishra led by Principal, Ms. A. Aggarwal visited Ebba Petterssons Privatskola, Gothenborg, Sweden as part of Student Exchange Program from 24 September to 4 October 2016. Each year, the two schools work on projects based on different themes. This year it was 'Ebba Petterssons Privatskola and St. Mark's Technology Exchange' wherein the group learntabout water treatment, sewage treatment, transportation system and energy production in both the countries. The exchange of ideas, information and knowledge took place through models and PPTs.

The official welcome ceremony was attended by Mr. Kamal Parvez, First Secretary (Culture and Consular), Embassy of India, Sweden and Ms. Marie Svensson, from the Townhall of Gothenborg.

It was a great learning experience when our delegation got an opportunity to visit SKF ball bearing and Savenasverk, energy producing units. The Indian delegation also visited a small island Styrso, Oslo (Norway) and Helsinki (Finland) and the highlight of the program was the visit to ‘Alfred Nobel Museum’ in Stockholm.

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Welcome ceremony for delegation from Petru Maior High School, Gherla, Romania - (October 2016)
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Celebrating Friendship Between India & Romania - (October 2016)
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An eight member delegation from Petru Maior High School, Gherla, Romania on a visit to St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh as part of an ongoing student exchange program.

An event to celebrate friendship between the two schools and nations was organised which saw the presence of His Excellency Mr. Radu Octavian Dobre, Ambassador of Romania as the Special Guest of Honour.
St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh visits the Russian Federation - (18 to 29 September 2016)
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A team of ten students of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh comprising of Paarth Wadhawan (IX F), Paarth Harjai (IX F), Sarthak Khandelwal (IX F), Navya Aggarwal (IX G), Nitigaya Dutt (IX G), Ishika Chauhan (IX G), Sanah Malik (IX G), Kashish Koul (IX A), Dhruv Chawla (IX D), Vashita (IX F) led by he Principal, Ms. A. Aggarwal, Director, Mr. R. Aggarwal, Ms. G. Rajan, Head, International Affairs and Ms. P. Arora, Teacher Incharge visited Zhukovsky English School No.3, Moscow from 18 September to 29 September 2016.

Both the schools have been working together on online projects for the past three years. The students of the schools together are, currently, writing a book - The tale of two countries highlighting the different aspects of the two nations.

During their stay in Russia, the delegation visited the Red Square, the Kremlin in Moscow and also St. Petersburg to visit other places of historical interest such as the Church of Saviour on the spilled Blood, Peterhof and Peter and Paul Cathedral.

The delegation was also privileged to visit the Embassy of India, Moscow and meet Shri G. Balasubramanian, the Deputy Chief of Mission who spoke about the wonderful relationship shared between the two countries and how the youth of the two countries can promote it further.

As Mr. R. Aggarwal, Director, remarked - 'A cultural exchange program that was beyond expectations!!' Russia and the people were warm and friendly. We are happy to have initiated this program.'
FRSIS at Kuala Lumpur - (13 to 17 August 2016)
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The theme of FRSIS was ‘Education Nurtures Solidarity and Harmony’. It was a moment of pride when Group II comprising of Namisha Chugh (XII C), Kabir Singh (X E), Aryan Goel (X B) won the gold medal on the topic ‘Social and cross cultural skills foster unity’. Other three groups won the silver medal on the topics ‘Financial stability promotes nation building’, ‘Social media – a powerful tool to unite the world’ and ‘Mainstreaming the culture of peace through education’. The students gave captivating performance during the cultural night. The delegation also toured Kuala Lumpur during their stay. They also visited Langkawiafter the exchange programme.
Students attended the Natural Disaster Youth Summit 2016, held at Niigata, Japan - (3 to 8 August 2016)
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Ten students led by their teachers, Ms. A. Sapra and Ms. R. Kohli of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, attended the Natural Disaster Youth Summit 2016, held at Niigata, Japan from 3 to 8 August, 2016. The other countries that participated in this grand combination of NDYS and Taishokoto festival were China, Taiwan, Australia, U.S.A, Indonesia, Turkey, Iran and Mongolia. During the 5 day summit, the students participated in various events that ranged from presentations on disaster management, safety maps to Taishokoto music symphony and Tenban art. The declaration for adopting green measures was also adopted by the participants. Muskaan Pandya (XII-D) won the first position in Tenban art. The students gave an enthralling performance during the cultural night and received special recognition during the closing ceremony. The delegation also toured Tokyo city during their stay in Japan. They visited Tokyo Tower, Tokyo Skytree, Disneyland, Imperial Palace Gardens and Meiji Shrine.

The team comprised of Aman Kapoor (XI-C), Arjun Kohli (XI-C), Siddharth Aghi (XI-D), Sushant Goel (XI-D), Prateek Mittal (XI-C), Mankirat Singh (XI-F), Drishti Singh (XI-C), Kashish Nanda (XI-E), Muskaan Pandya (XII-D) and Rashi Mehan (XI-A).
And the French Connection Continues - (1 to 11 May 2016)
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The French Diplomats were happy to receive a beautiful picture collage of memories of Paris by the students as a token of gratitude and the collaborative book by the students of both the schools ‘’Young TurksTryst with Destiny’’. The book had been released by the Indian Ambassador, H. E. Dr. Mohan Kumar in the presence of the two Principals Ms. Anjali Aggarwal and Ms. J. Derréat the Embassy of India in Paris.

The students and the teachers shared the experiences of their recent exchange programme with Collège Emile Verhaeren, Saint Cloud, France, from 1 May to 11 May, 2016.
St. Mark’s School, Meera Bagh enjoys France - (1 to 11 May 2016)
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A delegation of eight students Manav Prabhakar (XI F), Mansi Marwah (XI E), Chhavi Wadhera (XI E), Ritunjay Som (X B), Tushar Mohan (X B), Dhruv Luthra (X C), Kartik Luthra (X C), Mehak Bansal (X C) of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh led by Ms. A. Aggarwal, Principal along with the Ms. G. Rajan Head, International Affairs and Teacher Incharge Ms. A. Mahajan visited Paris, France for a student exchange program with College Emile Verhaeren Saint Cloud, France from 1 May to 11 May, 2016. They visited various famous landmarks in Paris like Eiffel Tower, Louvre museum, Centre Pompidou, Chateau de Versailles. They also witnessed the functioning of the upper house of parliament of France ‘Senat’. The highlight of the exchange program was a book release by the Indian Ambassador, H. E. Dr. Mohan Kumar. The book - Young Turks’ Tryst with Destiny - a collaborative book by the students of both the schools was formally released by the Ambassador in the presence of the two Principals, Ms. A. Aggarwal and Ms. J. Derre.

The delegation also visited Amsterdam after the exchange program got over in France,where they visited the House of Anne Frank and also took a canal cruise to explore the beautiful city.
St. Mark’s School, Meera Bagh makes a mark at International Science Conference in Romania - (16 to 22 April 2016)
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St. Mark’s School, Meera Bagh makes a mark at International Science Conference in Romania : Click to Enlarge St. Mark’s School, Meera Bagh makes a mark at International Science Conference in Romania : Click to Enlarge St. Mark’s School, Meera Bagh makes a mark at International Science Conference in Romania : Click to Enlarge St. Mark’s School, Meera Bagh makes a mark at International Science Conference in Romania : Click to Enlarge
Maanvi Mudgil (XI D), Gaganpreet Kaur (XI C), Shikhar Juneja (XII E), Supreet Kaur (XII E), Aashima Gulati (XII E) and Vaishali (XII E) alongwith Head, International Affairs, Ms. G. Rajan and teacher incharge Ms. S. Chand of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh participated in the International Conference for Youth Scientists 2016 held at Cluj Napoca, Romania from 16 April 2016 to 22 April 2016. The students presented research papers on Monumental Geometry, Indian herbs, Water is life and Design and Static Analysis of Electromagnetic Shock Absorber using electromagnetic induction. The research work by the students was appreciated by the esteemed jury comprising of scientists and professors from various European and American Universities .The conference saw the participation of students from 29 countries from all across the world. It was a moment of pride when all the four research papers by the students of St. Mark’s School, Meera Bagh were given a Special Mention Certificate.

Prior to the Conference, the delegation also visited Petra Maior School in Gherla, Romania wherein they got an insight into Romanian culture and education system. The delegation was accorded a warm welcome by the Mayor of Gherla, Mr. Călin Marius Sabo. The team from St. Mark’s School visited the cities of Sighisaora, the land of Dracula, Sibiyu, saltmine in Turda and the beautiful historical city of Alba Luliya.
A visit to Greece - (10 to 18 April 2016)
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Nischay Vij (IX G), Abhinav Arora (IX G), Varun Sethi (X A), Jyoti Gogia (XI F), Naireeka Narula (XI A), Divyansh Singh (XI B), Shivangi Stuti (XII A) and Riya Nagpal (XII D) of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh led by the Principal, Ms. A. Aggarwal along with the Vice - Principal Ms. R. Anand and teacher incharge, Ms. S. Arora visited Greece from 10 to 18 April, 2016. The visit was part of an exchange programme with Zaneio Experimental High School and 4th Primary School, Ymittou, Athens.

Our students put up an exhibition ‘India Weaves’ showcasing various weaving patterns of their country. The Zhukovsky English School from Russia and Zaneio Experimental High School, Athens also exhibited their creations. The students visited Sounion Archaeological Museum and the Acropolis Museum. The trip wouldn’t have been complete without visiting the Santorini Island where the students witnessed the beautiful sunset and enjoyed at the beach.
Cultural Exchange Programme with Singapore - (27 March to 2 April 2016)
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A group of eight students - Parth Nagpal (IX G), Vishruti Sharma (IX F), Bhavya Sharma (IX F), Jhanvi Madan (X B), Joshua A. Joseph (X B), Punjal Chandra (XI C), Shreya Aggarwal (XI B) and Parth Khurana (XI E) alongwith teacher incharges Ms. R. Sukhija and Ms. S. Banerjee of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, went for a cultural exchange programme from 27 March to 2 April, 2016 with Pioneer Secondary School, one of our oldest international partners in Singapore.

The group got a deep insight into the education system, culture and ideologies of Singapore. It also visited many tourist attractions of Singapore like the beautiful Marina Bay, Merlion, Sentosa Island and Universal Studios to name a few and learnt a great deal about Singaporean Transport System.
St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh visits the Embassy of Greece - (31 March 2016)
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A delegation of 8 students and three teachers of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh led by the Principal, Ms. A. Aggarwal visited the Embassy of Greece to meet the Ambassador, H. E. Mr. PANOS KALOGEROPOULOS on 31 March, 2016. The Ambassador very graciously welcomed the delegation and spoke to the members about Greece, Greek cuisine and architecture.

The delegation was also shown a short video on Athens and Santorini for it will be visiting the capital city and the island of Santorini during its trip to Greece for an exchange programme with Zanneio Experimental Junior High School, Piraues.
Delegation from Slovenia visits St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh - (17 to 26 January 2016)
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Delegation from Slovenia visits St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh : Click to EnlargeAn eight member delegation from Gimnazija Ptuj, Slovenia visited St. Mark's Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh from 17 January to 26 January, 2016. The visit was part of an ongoing exchange programme with the school wherein a delegation from St. Mark's visited the school in Slovenia.

The Slovenian delegation experienced Indian hospitality and a taste of Indian culture, lifestyle and tradition as they stayed with Indian families. To get an insight into the rich history of India, the delegation visited all historical places in Delhi such as Qutub Minar, Gandhi Smriti etc. A visit to Agra and Jaipur also gave them a good knowledge of Indian history. Workshops on Yoga and cooking were enjoyed by the delegates.

The students of the two schools have been working together to create a book - Expressions-Izrazi- Abhivyakti which was released during the visit by the Ambassador of Slovenia to India, H.E. Mr. Josef Drofenik.

St. Mark’s School, Meera Bagh releases an Indo – Slovene Collaborative Book

For St. Mark’s School, Meera Bagh, year 2016 starts with the release of yet another collaborative book – this time the collaboration being with Gimnazija Ptuj, Slovenia. The students of the two schools have together penned down poems and stories in the book and have, rightly, named it – ‘Expressions-Izrazi-Abhivyakti as the book is, certainly, a myriad of expressions and emotions that come straight from the heart of the students.

The book was released by none other than the Ambassador of Slovenia, His Excellency Mr. Jožef Drofenik in the presence of Chairman Mr. T. P. Aggarwal, Ms. Anjali Aggarwa, Principal, Ms. Alenka Ketis and Ms. Brigita Kumer, teacher coordinators from Gimnazija Ptuj.

St. Mark's School releases the collaborative book From Asia to Europe : A Priceless Treasury - (January 2016)
St. Mark's School releases the collaborative book From Asia to Europe : A Priceless Treasury : Click to EnlargeAs part of its 25th year celebration, St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh released the collaborative book From Asia to Europe - A Priceless Treasury at the 12th ASEF ClassNet Conference held in Sofia, Bulgaria.

The book was released by Dr. Ludmila Dimitrova, Governor for Bulgaria in the presence of Ms. Leonie Nagarajan, Director, Education Department, Asia Europe Foundation and Ms. Anjali Aggarwal, Principal, St. Mark's School.

From Asia to Europe - A Priceless Treasury is a book written by around 75 students from 25 schools on topics ranging from personalities, culture, cuisines, travel to art and architecture.
 
 
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