Venkateshwar Global School
Sector-13, Rohini,
New Delhi-110085 (India)

Ph. No. : 91-11-27555227,
    27555228.
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Email : info@vgs.org.in
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Aditya Singh Chauhan of Class VII does India proud at the 2nd Asian Cadet Taekwondo Championship 2017

23athletes and 3 coaches represented India in the 2nd Asian Kyorugi and 2ndAsian Poomsae Cadet Taekwondo Championship 2017 held from June  6- 8, 2017, at Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. 

TheIndian team included Aditya Singh Chauhan of Class VII of the VGS.

Theathletes performed outstandingly well in the event, to bring laurels to thecountry. Aditya Singh Chauhan of ClassVII bagged a bronze medal in the Under 65 kg category.

Indiabagged 5 bronze medals at the event, the biggest haul till date in an InternationalTaekwondo Tournament!

Allother athletes fought their bouts very well and the Indian Team won the Best ActiveTeam Trophy!!

The VGS heartily congratulates Aditya and hisparents for his superb performance!!

All the best to the players for the forthcoming WorldCadet Taekwondo Championship to be held in August this year!!

 


Gender Stereotyping: Inter Galactic Debate Competition for Classes XI & XII

AnInter Galactic Debate Competition on the topic ‘Gender Stereotyping’ wasorganized on April 21, 2017 for classes XI and XII. The strong opinions for andagainst the motion threw light on different perspectives on genderstereotyping, ranging from historical events to feminism. It was a quite asparkling assertion of beliefs which provided stimulating food for thought tothe audience. The enthusiasm of the speakers and the audience was highly appreciable.The judges judged the participants on various parameters and awarded positions,such as the Best Speaker, Best Content and the Best Team. The Best Interjectorwas chosen from the audience. The final verdict remained in favour of the AndromedaGalaxy as it bagged the maximum number of positions.  


Young Fencers of the VGS Hone their Skills in an International Fencing Training Camp

The Delhi State FencingAssociation in collaboration with the Fencing Association of India and theEmbassy of France hosted the 2ndIndo-French Fencing Training Camp conducted by two French Master SwordsmenMario Bourdageau & Damien Touya from April18 to 22, 2017 at the DDA Squash and Badminton Stadium, Siri Fort Road, NewDelhi.

Thefollowing students of from classes VI-VIII got the opportunity to attend thecamp:-

1.     Aditya Deshwal

2.     Mahak Jain

3.     Hardik Sinha

4.     Mrigander Kundu

5.     Abhishek Garg

6.     Arnav Garg

7.     Arnav Nigam

8.     Arastu Gupta

9.     Archit Goel

10. Mehak Arora

11. Geshna Khattar

12. Naman Singla

The young fencerslearnt new technical skills of the game , which further enhanced their stamina& flexibility. Overall, the camp was a great success.


Venkateshwarians Bring Accolades in Earth Day Celebrations Held At Mount Abu Public School

The young Venkateshwarians participated in an InterSchool competition, held at Mount Abu Public School, Sec 5, Rohini, on April22, 2017, on the occasion of World Earth Day.

In the event, Eco Saviours (Rally), the students of ClassesIX-X of the VGS, bagged the Second Position. Their awareness slogans on ‘GoGreen’ and overall presentation, won a lot of appreciation from the judges. Theparticipants were Manya Nagpal,  Geetanshu Bhatla,  Kartikay Sharma,  Chirag Sharma,  Kiaa Aggarwal,  Aadya Manan,  Urvi Poddar, Tisha Gulati, Anay Chauhan,  Avnee Garg,  Shashwat Jha and Riddhi Khosla of Class IX.

The students were awarded trophies and certificatesfor their achievement.

Heartiest congratulations to the young Eco Savioursof the VGS!! 


Venkateshwarians Get Off to a Flying Start in Inter School Competitions

Inan Inter School Group Dance Competition, organized by N.K. Bagrodia PublicSchool, Sec-9, Rohini, on April 21, 2017, the young Venkateshwarians of Classes VII-IX walked away with the SecondPosition. Thetheme was based on North East Indian Folk Dance and was titled “Exuberance of theSeven Sisters”.

TheVenkateshwarians performed a beautiful folk dance from the state of Assam.Their graceful performance and beautiful costumes won the hearts of allpresent.

Theparticipants were Ananya Aggarwal, Jhanvi Latiyan, Sannidhi Jain, AnushkaSharma and Riddhi Bansal of Class VII, Ishta Gupta and Khushi Gumber of Class VIII,Kishika Kaur Narang, Naina Bansal, Nitya Bhardwaj and Shreitika Singh of ClassIX. They were awarded trophies and certificates for their achievement.

Theschool is proud of the dancing champs!! Congratulations!!


Venkateshwarians Nurture their Scientific Temper through an Aerospace and Science Discovery Camp

The school organized an Aerospace and ScienceDiscovery camp in association with Atlantis Erudition on April 12-13, 2017 in itspremises. Students of classes III-XI attended the camp.

The camp was divided into 4 activity sessions of 45minutes each. The first session was in the school auditorium where renownedAustralian science educator and lead instructor, Mr. Sam Gibbs,  briefed students about the day’s programme andconducted some fun activities to explain the concept of energy through VortexCanon. In order to explain Newton’s laws of motion, he used Hydromax Rocketry.Students thoroughly enjoyed his rocket flying session in the school grounds.They were participating through discussions and questions. His sessionsincluded explanation of Bernoulli’s principle and thermodynamics. Also his hotair balloon experiment was enjoyed by the students a lot.

1.     Therewas a Special high Definition and Interactive presentation on the solar systemand space exploration followed by a presentation on Big Bang theory and theimportance of the black hole.  

2.     Inthe amazing electromagnetic Spectrum and hands on experiments session, studentswere told about spectrum, primary and secondary colours, and the difference inenergy of red and blue. They were given a worksheet based on the session.     

In In the Tower building engineering challenge with K’nex , the teams are asked to find ways to create their structuresusing collaborative work ethics, creative design input and most importantlystable, self-supporting structures. This activity not only taught themthe way of building a strong tower but also instilled the importance of teamwork and time management. 

In the sessioninvolving Solar astronomy with dedicated telescopes and observing equipment, students directly observed spectacular solar activity such asprominences, solar flares and magnetic filaments with the help of highlyspecialized Coronado Hydrogen Alpha solar telescope. These telescopes help usto see sun safely.

The camp was reallyinformative and enjoyable and students participated very enthusiastically andactively in all the sessions. The programme helped develop and nurture thescientific temperament and aptitude in the young Venkateshwarians.  
Congratulations, Rishi Raj!

Rishi Raj of Class Xhas made the school proud by winning SOF’s 3rdAcademic Excellence Scholarship (AES) for the year 2016-17.


He has scored the highest aggregate in 4Olympiads exams organized by SOF in the entire Zone on account of which he hasbeen awarded the 3rd AES.
The AES award includes:
- A trophy
- Cash award of Rs 5000/
- Merit Certificate.

During 2016-17, over 42800 schools from 25countries registered for SOF’s Olympiads and millions of students appeared inthem. Winning the AES from such large and diverse participants is a majorachievement and we extend our heartiest congratulations to Rishi Raj forachieving this feat!


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