Inter School Competitions Seniors
Class XII A
Topic : Man vs Nature
On 15 th April 2011, Class XIIA presented an assembly on the theme Man vs Nature . It started off with showdown between evil and nature where evil promised to defeat nature . By influencing a scientist ,he made his first move. Unfortunately , due to untamed power of nature , the scientist always failed .
In the climax , the scientist realized that the evil was using him as a puppet and nature by defaults always prevails . Through the assembly students conveyed the message that – nature has immense power which cannot be tamed . So it is better if we accept that and encourage activities which are nature friendly rather than going against the nature.
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY XII -B/2010-11
‘Halla Bol’ April 29, 2011
A Street Play – ‘Halla Bol’ was presented by the students of Class XII B as a part of their Special Assembly. It was an earnest attempt by the students to sensitise everyone about various Business Malpractices prevailing in our country and stir everyone from within to take a strong stand against such malpractices and not to be mere its victims. It depicted various business malpractices mainly adulteration, defective weights, misleading advertisements and the like The assembly was concluded with an appeal to the viewers to be responsible and alert consumers and always exercise their rights and duties. Viewers were spell bound with the performance of the participants and street play was successful in achieving its aim of creating awareness among the young consumers.
Ms Kamalpreet Kaur
Class Teacher XII B
K.R.MANGALAM WORLD SCHOOL CLASS ASSEMBLY
CLASS XII ‘SHED THAT ATTITUDE’
May 13, 2011
Attitudes are mere judgements that represent an individual’s degree of like or dislike for something. Attitudes that are negative views of a person can be changed through persuasion and we should understand attitude changes as a response to communication. Today what we think, how we live, how we walk and talk are but imitations of others. We are simply aping others and in this race we are forgetting our identity and becoming who we are not. The students of class XII took up this topic and presented this in a dramatic form. There was 100% participation by the students which included a three act scene and a dance performance by the students. They presented the burning issue of female infanticide, career inclinations and gender inequalities prevalent in the society. The performance of Soumya, Harmehak, Inderjeet and Pranav were widely appreciated by one and all. It was indeed a thought provoking assembly which moved the audience
The assembly of class VI-A was held on 21st April 2011. The topic for the assembly was ‘Concentration can do wonders’. The message conveyed was that if the students are having an aim in their life. They must concentrate towards achievement of their aim, no matter what hindrances they may face in there life. They must not let there mind wander, just like a monkey wanders from the branch of one tree to the other. The play began with the class room scene. The teacher explains to the students on the benefits of showing there full concentration in the class. She explains the students that if they listen to the teacher, without letting their mind wander, then every thing is stored in there memory bank. They will not be required to put extra effort in studying at home and also they can get more time to play with there friends and do some other work. While she explains to the students the benefits of concentration, she sees a student looking outside the window at the children playing in the ground. The student is asked to answer the question, but fails to do so, due to lack of concentration. This made the teacher quite angry. She then explains the students how concentration can really do wonders, by telling them a story, which was enacted in the form of a play by the group of students. The story is from the scene of ‘Mahabharata’. Kaurava’s and Pandavas are taking training on artillery skills from Guru Dronacharaya. Kaurava gets jealous on seeing Guruji appreciating Arjuna more than the others. He questions his Guru in anger. Guru ji proved that Arjuna is the best student in the skill of Archery, by organizing the tournament where all the princes were asked to aim at the eye of the bird. Each student came one after the other, but failed to hit on the bird’s eye as they concentrated not only the eye of the bird but on other objects such as the tree, leaves, bird and its eye. In the end Guruji asked Arjuna to aim on the birds eye. He was able to hit on the target as is concentration was completely on the eye of the bird. Thus the teacher was able to explain to the students on how concentration can do wonders? In the end the students performed various yoga asana which help to improve concentration, with soft background music. Then the class teacher finally ended the assembly with a short speech to further emphasis on the topic of concentration. Complete class participation was there. Students had put in their full effort in practice. The backdrop of the assembly was prepared by Deboshikha maam.