CLASS IX

                   MATHS QUIZ 

An informative Maths Quiz was conducted by Mr. Yogesh Parashar in class IX-B on August 7, 2018. A group of 40 students participated in this Quiz. The students were divided into 4 teams i.e. Team-A, Team-B, Team-C and Team-D respectively according to their roll numbers.

There was a set of 20 questions for each team. Team-B stood first while the second position was bagged by Team-D.Team-A and C secured third and fourth positions respectively.

It was thus fruitful and informative for the students.Students participated in this Quiz enthusiastically and got an opportunity to know about their interest and aptitude in various areas of Mathematics.DSC_0049DSC_0048DSC_0046

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JUST A MINUTE

An interesting activity ‘ Just a Minute’ was conducted in class IX-A by Mr. Aditya  Kumar Sharma on 3rd and 4th August,2018.Forty students participated in this activity. The topics allotted  to the students were related to various social issues and current affairs e.g. Education, Clean India Campaign, Digital India, Importance of games and sports for students, Problem of brain drain etc.

This activity helped in enhancing students’ speaking skills and taught them moral values conveyed through various topics presented by them.

It was thus a very exciting and fruitful activity for the students as they got an opportunity to express themselves in front of their classmates. The students were very happy and enthusiastic to participate in ‘ Just a Minute’.

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HINDI STORY TELLING COMPETITION

An exciting Hindi story-telling competition  was conducted by Mrs. Mamta Sharma in class IX-C on August 16,2018. A group of 38 students participated in this competition. The students were divided into 4 teams i.e. Team-A, Team-B, Team-C and Team-D respectively according to their roll numbers.

Each team presented one story based on some moral through weaving a yarn. Team-C stood first while the second position was bagged by Team-A. Team-D and B secured third and fourth position respectively.

The various stories presented by the students, were really very interesting and  delivered some social or moral message. Each and every child listened to the stories attentively. Students got an opportunity to improve their speaking and listening skills.

Thus this was a very fruitful and interesting activity conducted by their Hindi teacher [Mrs. Mamta Sharma ].

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BIOLOGY QUIZ

 

An interesting and informative  biology quiz was conducted by Mrs. Priyanka Sharma in class IX-D on August 16,2018. 40 students participated in this quiz. The students were divided into 4 teams i.e. Team-A, Team-B, Team-C and Team-D respectively according to their roll numbers.

A microscope was put on the teacher’s table. Different slides were put on the microscope  and the students were asked to identify the slides . For example, (a) whether it is a slide of parenchyma or collenchymas, (b) whether it is striated or unstriated muscle fibre etc.

Team-B stood first while the second position was bagged by Team-C. Team-D and A secured third and fourth position respectively.

The Quiz was thus very fruitful and informative for the students. They participated in this Quiz enthusiastically and got an opportunity to know about their interest and aptitude in Biology.

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ROLE-PLAY [GENDER DISCRIMINATION ]

Gender inequality in India refers to health, education ,economic and political inequality between men and women. Keeping this view in mind an interesting Role-Play on the burning social issue ‘Gender Discrimination’ was conducted by Ms. Kiran Tripathi in class IX-E on August 24,2018. A group of 20 students participated in this activity. The students were allotted different roles according to their interest and ability.

This is the story of a girl, Sneh whose father does not want her to continue her studies as she has to go to another house after marriage. Therefore he feels that investing in her education is a great waste of money. He wants  his son to score good marks in exams so that he can get good job in future and earn good name for family.

But Sneh’s mother wants her daughter to study so that she can become self- dependent and live her life to the fullest. Sneh was very much focused on her study and goal. With the help of her mother’s support she secured 1st rank in her school  while her brother failed. At last her father realized his mistake. He changed his thinking and outlook for a girl child and praised Sneh for bringing laurels to the family .

The activity was thus very fruitful and informative for the students. They participated in this Role-play very enthusiastically and learnt a moral too.

 

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