Warmth extended to the students visiting NDA Khadakwasla, Pune

A.P.S Mathura Cantt. considered it a privilege on 27th Nov. 2016 to welcome all the 25 students from various Army Schools viz APS Kanpur, Hisar, Ranchi, Alwar and Mathura who were to visit NDA Khadakwasla, Pune. The students were invited to the campus wherein a small pooja was conducted for their safe and happy journey. There after they were formally welcomed by the Vice Head Boy Sahil Rathour from Class 10th H. Then the Principal, Mrs.Gayatri Kulshrestha inspired the students with her words of wisdom stating that the students must imbibe the value of hard work , empathy, respect, and honesty which will take them to zenith and this experience would provide wings to their aim. She also extended a piece of advice mentioning- “As is a tale, so is life, not how long it is, but how good it is, what matters”. Finally after light refreshment giving a personal touch, the appointments extended ‘Happy Journey’ cards to all the students.

Mrs. UPMA BHARGAVA

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VISIT TO THE HERITAGE MUSEUM

A spectacular visit was undertaken by the students of APS Mathura Cantt to “ The Heritage museum “ on 3rd November 2016. It was very exciting, interesting, motivating and informative for the students as well as for the teachers of APS Mathura. Although most of them are from Army background  and are being  nurtured and brought up in that atmosphere but still they witnessed many more new and interesting facts and things there which aroused their desire to join the Indian Army and to serve their country. Their queries were satisfied by the guides escorting the team.

Strike One Corps has set up this museum to mark the completion of glorious 50 years of the formation of the Core Mathura Cantonment. In 50 years the corps soldiers fought in two memorable wars with gallantry, valour and courageously sacrificed their precious lives.

The museum is equipped with the historic arms and ammunitions of the great two Indo-Pak wars and the lively pictures of war are narrating the story of bravery, courage and sacrifice of our brave commanders and soldiers.

Children’s day

Children’s day special assembly was conducted on 11th November as 14th November i.e. the children’s day also being Guru Nanak Jayanti was declared holiday. So the school decided to celebrate children’s day on 11th November. The assembly was conducted by the talented students of class 7th C. The students presented a dance drama which portrayed the reality of child labour and importance of education. The students also gave a speech on children’s day making all the student’s fully refreshed. The program was applauded by all.

South Western Command Quiz Competition

Each year the South Western Command conducts a Quiz Competition to enhance the general awareness and knowledge of the students. There are all 17 Army Public Schools in the South Western Command out of which 15 schools participated in the quiz competition held this year. Each school has three representatives who compete in the quiz on behalf of their school. The quiz is divided into two rounds. The first round is the prelimns round. The representatives who clear the prelims are then selected for the final round. Out of 15 schools, 6 schools who score the highest in prelimns are selected for the final round and this year our School APS Mathura stood 3rd and brought laurels to the institution.quiz-compettion

South Western Command Debate Competition

South Western Command Inter APS Debate Competition was held on 4th and 5th October at APS Ranchi. The competition was conducted in Hindi and English as well. 15 Schools of command participated in this competition. We feel proud to share that Vaishnavi Sharma from Class 11 Science was adjudged as the Best Speaker in Hindi Debate and received a certificate, trophy and a cash prize of ₨ 1500. Other Students also received participation Certificates. We are on the path to bring more laurels to the school.

Inspiring Words by the first Blade runner of India

The students of class 11th attended a motivational speech given by Maj. D.P Singh, the first blade runner of India at Tarapore hall. Maj. D.P Singh, a Kargill War Veteran had been declared 100 % disabled when he was injured in the war. War injuries did not hamper his spirits & he went on & ran for the country acquiring a record. Now Maj. D.P Singh runs an NGO to help the physically handicapped to overcome their limitations.

PROUD ACHIEVEMENT

Chanchal, a student of class 4th has made our school proud at national level. Chanchal, participated in an Art Olympiad held at APS Mamoon Cantt. Chanchal, being a budding artist and a very thoughtful child drew on the topic “SAVE WATER”. Chanchal proved her skills in the art she did and stood first in Punjab and bagged the third position at national level. She got a cash prize of ₨ 2000 and was felicitated in the school. Students like Chanchal continue to make the School proud and inspire other students as well.

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Fancy Dress Competition

A Fancy dress competition was held in A P S Jr Wing on 23rd Aug. It was an inter house competition. The theme was “Famous Personalities of Our Country” Students participated very enthusiastically. They dressed up as Mr. Narendra Modi, Rani Laxmi Bai. Bhagat Singh, Jawaharlal Nehru etc.

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