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2nd Inter School Aeromodelling Competition organised by India's Hobby Shack in collaboration with NCC Jamia Milia Islamia.

    29Dec

    DST INSPIRE Scheme
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    The DST INSPIRE Scheme, Innovation in Science Pursuit for Inspired Research (INSPIRE) is an innovative program sponsored and managed by the Department of Science & Technology for attraction of talent to science. The Inspire Internship Camp was organized by Miranda House, University of Delhi from Dec 18 to 22nd, 2017 in which 8 Students of Class XI were a part of the prestigious camp. The basic objective of INSPIRE is to communicate to the youth of the country the excitements of creative pursuit of science, attract talent to the study of science at an early stage and thus build the required critical human resource pool for strengthening and expanding the Science & Technology system and R&D base.

    The programme included

    ? Motivational talks by renowned scientists likeDr. Anurag Agrawal Director, CSIR-IGIB,Professor Subhashis Banerjee Department of Computer Science, IIT Delhi,Dr. Deepa Khushalani Associate Professor, Department of Chemical Sciences, TIFR, Mumbai,Professor T. P. Singh INSA Senior Scientist, AIIMS.
    ? Demonstration talks by practicing science educators and those engaged in outreach such as the National Science Centre.
    ? Exciting hands-on workshops specially designed for DSKC by the faculty at Miranda House
    This camp really helped the students to get a better insight into the world of Science.

      Delhi Korfball U-19 team won Gold Medal at National Level

      Kudos to Yashwinder Singh & Sejal Gahlot

        27Dec

        Maha Behes 2017
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         A Good leader can engage in a debate frankly and thoroughly knowing that at the end he and the other side must be closer and thus emerge stronger - Nelson Mandela

        On 26th and 27th December the campus of Sri Venkateshwar International School added another feather to its already lavish cap by organizing the National Level Maha Behes 2017. Formidable debators from eight cities were welcomed at Sri VIS . Holding an event of such stature and magnitude is no mean achievement. The Maha Behes witnessed a mammoth participation of 29 schools from across the country with over 400 participants. The top qualifying teams from all the Behes tournaments this season battled it out to win the coveted title. 
        Behes, a non-profit organization is a great way to develop articulate public speaking, critical thinking, negotiating skills and growth in confidence amongst students in schools and colleges throughout India and beyond.

        Day one witnessed some adroit participants battle it out through three rounds. Each Behes round was conducted in a simplified parliamentary format. Contestants participated in two categories – Cubs from classes 6 – 8 and Lions from 9 – 12 standards. They were given impromptu topics based on a suggested reading. The free-flowing debate format encouraged growth of research, collaborative and analytical prowess apart from oratory skills. The roller coaster ride of ideas was followed by the Christmas Ball, an evening of music, fun and frolic. The stars of the evening were budding Sri VIS musicians who moved the reverberating audience with their foot tapping numbers.
        The second day started with knockout rounds of debate. The final ‘Behes’ was judged by all the adjudicators from across the country. After much contemplation, the results were announced with a knife edge finish.

        In ‘Lions” category, Winners were from the team ‘Gucci Gang from DPS, RK Puram and IPS Indirapuram. The Sri Venkateshwar team(Pacifiers) were the Runners up. The Winner ‘Cubs’ team was from Maxfort School, Dwarka ( A Deck With Only One Ace Cards) and Queen’s Valley, Dwarka(We Solemnly Swear We’re Up To No Good) team were the Runners up. The best ‘Lions’ speaker Stubh Lal from Sri Venkateshwar School was adjudged the ‘Best Speaker’ of Maha Behes 2017. The ‘Cubs’ best speaker was Dhriti Narang from Maxfort School, Dwarka. The finale was followed by the vote of thanks by the Behes organizers and Prize distribution ceremony. 
        Ms. Shalini Singh, President Tapindu Educational Society graced the occasion as the Chief Guest. Ms. Rita Singh, Director Indirapuram Group of Institutions was the Guest of Honour. The esteemed guest were welcomed by Ms. R. Banopreeya Headmistress Senior Wing with a green accord and a school memento. She also thanked the ‘Behes’ team, Chairman Sir and Principal Ma’am.

        The young and dynamic chairman of the Sri VIS, Mr. Sailender Solanki, a visionary and educationist, encouraged the participants with his blessings. The ever inspiring principal, Ms. Nita Arora holds a passion for learning. Her magnetic persona and enthusiasm makes events like Maha Behes a reality. This event would not have been possible without their constant support and guidance.

        The ‘Maha Behes 2017’ culminated with a roaring response leaving with promise and excitement to be bigger and better next year.


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          PROJECT PARIDHI WINTER SOLSTICE
          On December 21, 2017, that is, on the day of the Winter Solstice, Aryan Kaushal (7-B), Saatwik (8-D) and Priyam (8-D) from SVIS went to Jantar Mantar, New Delhi as volunteers for ‘Project Paridhi’ undertaken by the SPACE organization. As the name ‘Paridhi’ suggests, this project measures the circumference of the earth, and our volunteers successfully guided students from various participant schools in achieving the same. C B Devgun, president – SPACE (Science Popularisation Association of Communicators and Educators), not only addressed the gathering to explain the purpose of the organization and this project, but also undertook a heritage walk around Jantar Mantar for the teachers while the students were engaged in making observations and measurements for the shadows cast by the sun. He enlightened the teachers telling them the use, purpose and history of each instrument constructed in this age-old open-air observatory.

            Proud of our Quizzers

            Meet Kushagra Jain and 10 Anmol Mittal 8 A : 
            Proud winners of Meteorological Deptt State level Quiz held today in their office at Lodhi Road on Dec 21, 2017.
            Prize Distribution on Jan 15, 2018

              Congratulations to Dhairyash Dixit of Class V for winning the second prize in the prestigious 14th Bhaskara Award Maths Competition 2017

                First Runners up at the ' Know for sure' Inter-School Quiz held at Dwarka International School on December 16, 2017.

                Kudos to the Winners: Devansh Agarwal 7 F and Aryan Verma 7B
                Aryan Kaushal Kejriwal secured an audience prize too.

                  BEST TEACHER & BEST STUDENT AWARD FOR SRI VIS

                  It is a matter of great pride for Sri VIS family that Dr Ratna De has been awarded with the prestigious Best Teacher of the Year Award by Dwarka City Inna ceremony held today at Radisson Blu

                  Crowning Glory is the Jury Award for Best Student of Dwarka in Co curricular Activities for Shraddhashree of Class 12 C.

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                      Glad to share that Daksh Srivastava of class ll-MULBERRIES has won a school bag and a certificate of Appreciation in a Sports Quiz held by UOLO Notes. He was among the top 2% students of his class who participated from more than 700 schools across all over India.

                          15Dec

                          The Educationist of the Year
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                          Kudos to the School Chairman
                          EDUCATIONIST OF THE YEAR AWARD
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                            "Many people look forward to the New Year for a new start of old habits.~ Author Unknown "