He describes how these people are subject to an institutionalized slavery. The highest purpose of Dalit writing is not beauty of craft, but authenticity of experience.
Vistas The Indian Heights School, celebrated their tenth Annual Day Function on 23rd November, at their school premises amidst great fanfare and gusto. The vibrant colours of the costumes and the decor further enhanced the festive fervour of the atmosphere.
The audience, consisting of parents, members of the School Management Board and other dignitaries waited enthusiastically for the arrival of the chief guest, Lt. Madhu Gupta and the Principal, Mrs.
In her report, the Principal, highlighted the achievements of the school in all spheres of academics and curricular activities. She also listed the awards that the school had received for its infrastructure and other academic and curricular activities.
In her speech, the Principal credited the staff and students for their hard work and reiterated that the efforts would be on at a more vigorous and diligent pace to take the school to greater heights.
The prize distribution ceremony which followed, saw the winners of various categories being felicitated by the Chief Guest, Lt.
Siddhant House won the best Trophy award for all round performance. He also extended an invitation to the Heightians to Assam. The General presented the school with a token of his appreciation, which was received by the Principal, Mrs. The students presented cultural programme on the occasion, which mesmerised the audience.
The Ganesh Vandana followed by the school choir, won a huge round of applause from the audience.
The play was an eye opener, highlighting the fact that love, compassion and goodwill will eventually emerge victorious. The function concluded with a vote of thanks, followed by the rendition of the National Anthem.
Well, a teacher dressed up as chacha Nehru went around the wings of the school, interacting with children, telling them stories from the life of Nehru ji and distributing roses, his favourite flower. The foyer area was decorated and students were greeted warmly by respective facilitators.
Candies were distributed to all the children. Toys were collected to be forwarded to those less privileged than us. Students thoroughly enjoyed the day with chacha Nehru. Diwali season is infectious, with the festive fervor pervading the air. Several students put up a dance drama highlighting the return of Lord Rama to Ayodhaya and the festivities that followed.
They decorated plant pots pitchers, earthen diyas.
Peer Interact students went around the premises spreading the message of safe Diwali. The training session elaborated on knowledge skills, attitude and methodology that promotes constructive teaching-learning process. The session highlighted core issues like NCFmultiple intelligence, drafting test items, lesson planning and assessment criteria.
To rekindle the light of Halloween -a global festival, the school organised a Halloween party for the little ones, where the students came dressed as ghosts, fairies, goblins, witches, vampires, and other interesting character.
Ancient people believed Halloween celebrations are associated with the idea of good fortune. The children used bright make-up, masks and props to accentuate their entire look.
The students were shown pumpkins and were made to hear interesting stories and fun facts related to the festival. The highlight of the day was the Magic Show, which the children enjoyed a lot.
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Jhootan is a memoir of growing up ‘untouchable’ starting in the s outside a typical village in Uttar Pradesh.
Joothan” literally means scraps of food left on a plate, destined for the garbage or for the family pet in a middle-class urban. Workshop on Capacity Building Program on Social Science Class - X. The Indian Heights School conducted a workshop on Capacity Building Program on teaching Social Science to class X on October 25 & 26, under the aegis of CBSE.
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To many this seems like a significant move forward toward social justice.