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Inter-school Events

November 14, 2017 : Rohan Singhal excels in Music

Our heartiest congratulations to Rohan Singhal of Class VI-E for his exemplary achievements in the field of music.

1. He participated in the National Harmonica League at Bristle (UK) , Youth Category in Solo Jazz/ Solo Blues & Rock/ Solo Melody - and received Player of the Year Award in all three categories

Harmonica Duo - he played with his grandfather and received Player of the Year award

2. He participated in the World Harmonica Championship - November 2017 at Trossingen, Germany

*Diatonic Blues/Rock/Folk/Country and secured the 5th Position

*Solo Diatonic/Jazz/Melody - secured the 3rd Position

Well done Rohan. The Shishukunj family salutes you. Keep it up!

 


November 03, 2017:- Inter School Debate Competition

Jai Joshi Cl XI enthralled the judges and the audience in the Inter School Debate Competition organized by Indore Public School.

Speaking for the motion : ' Will pasting grades on bulletin boards publicly motivate students to perform better or is it humiliating ?' Jai , with his very logical arguments supplemented with excellent oratory skills, convinced one and all that posting grades publicly could spell doom for the students. No doubt, he bagged the First Prize.

Congratualtions Jai, Well done !


November 02, 2017:- Inter School Speech Competition

Heartiest Congratulations to Shruti Biyani Class XI B for winning the First Prize in the Inter School Speech Competition organized by Guru Harkrishan Public School on November 02, 2017.

Shruti delivered an excellent speech on the topic ,' What Stops India from becoming a Developed Nation.' Well done Shruti !


November 01, 2017:- Inter School Drawing and Painting Competition

The artists of Shishukunj impressed one and all with their wonderful drawings and paintings at the Inter School Drawing and Painting Competitition organized by IPPS , Indore. Competing with almost 200 artists from 20 school across the city, Shishyans came home with several prizes.

# Group B - Rupika Rathod Cl VIII - III  Prize
# Group C - Manvi Jaju Cl IX - III  Prize
                    Harshita Nehlani Cl IX - Consolation Prize


October 31, 2017:- Inter School Mime Competition : Indore Sahodaya Schools Complex

The Inter School Mime Competition under the aegis of the Indore Sahodaya Schools Complex was held at The Shishukunj International School on 31 October 2017. 11 schools of cluster 01 participated in the same . The theme for the event was ‘Tribute to Parents’.

All schools came well prepared with their presentations and gave wonderful performances . Love, respect and gratitude to parents was beautifully portrayed in all the presentations . The judges for the event were renowned theatre personalities : Shri Santosh Joshi, Shri Jaydeep Singh Sisodia and Smt. Mona Thakur

The best three performances were by :

  • Sri Satya Sai Vidya Vihar
  • Bhawan’s Prominent School
  • SICA School- Scheme no. 78

The judges appreciated the performance given by the students and gave some useful tips on how to make the mimes more impactful. They also appreciated the students who anchored the event with great confidence and spontaneity.


October 13, 2017:- Shri Jugrajji Mehta English Word Power Competition 2017

WORDILICIOUS!! A RIDE INTO THE WORD WORLD

Undoubtedly the 6th Shri Jugrajji Mehta English Literary Competition – Word Power, once again proved to be a competition worth remembering ! Truly it was an opportunity that was one of its kind for all the bibliophiles and lexicomanes to dig up their minds and enjoy the ride, for certainly the word battle was more than a joyride for such adept minds.

There were over 30 participants from Classes VII and VIII from 15 schools of the city. As always, the core idea behind the competition was to provide the participants a platform to sharpen their skills and kindle their interest towards language and the magic that it creates. The aim of the competition was to assess students on their knowledge of words, their correct usage, synonyms, antonyms , etc. The competition was entirely based on the glossary of 500 words sent to the schools about 10 days in advance.

   

All participants first went through a Preliminary Round, and on the basis of the scores achieved, the top teams were selected for the final round. The team from The Shishukunj International School qualified for the final round, but being the host school, they did not participate in the Final Quiz.

The winning teams were :

  • First Position : Excellent Word Power – Advanced Academy
  • Second Position : Commendable Word Power- Mount Literra Zee School
  • Third Position: Praiseworthy Word Power – The Emerald Heights International School

A special mention to the students who anchored the show – they conducted and channelized the programme to it rightly deserved climax. Their smart, poised and extremely careful stage conduct added to the perfection of the whole event.

The students who anchored the show were :
     1. Advika Singh X F
     2. DIti Rawat XI G
     3. Hridhima Tyagi X B
     4. Vasudha Gupta XD
     5. Vedika Chawla X E
     6. Riddhi Singhania X D

Finally the event concluded with the vote of Thanks and the National Anthem.


December 20, 2016:- Junior Bal Vigyan

Shishyans Excel in the Junior Bal Vigyan Competition

I hear and I forget,
I see and I remember,
I do and I understand.

In order to inculcate scientific attitude and logical approach in minds of younger students, the Indore Sahodya schools organized the Junior Bal Vigyan competition on 7th January 2017.The topic given was- ‘Timely and judicious management of waste is the only way to eco-friendly and environment savvy existence.’ The project was adjudged as one of the Best Three Projects.

Shishyans enthusiastically participated in the competition and presented the project- Decentralization of waste management- the need of the hour. The students prepared a project report and a Power Point presentation on the same. Through the project students tried to convey the message that we can move towards zero waste only by segregating and disposing the waste at the source of its generation. The students studied the waste management techniques applied in western countries as well as some Indian cities and suggested amendments in existing waste management system of our own city. In order to have an in-depth understanding about the issues related to waste management in the city, the students interacted with The Municipal Commissioner, Mr. Manish Singh. The students also prepared a model on decentralized waste management. To exemplify the practicality of the project the students also created articles out of waste. The project was adjudged as the Best Project.

The presenters were Hiya Aidasani – VIII B, Kritika Gupta – VIII B, Saumya Pandey – VIII D, Deepanshu Binniwale – VIII G and the students who worked behind the scene and contributed in making the project successful were Shrey Modi – VIII F, Amey Choudhary – VIII A, Yashika Dawar VIII C,Tamanna Nain VIII C, Asmi Manudhane – VIII F and Reetika Gupta – VIII B. The students were ably guided by Mrs. Rubi Hussain, Mrs. Sonu Mehrotra, Mrs . Swati Dubey and Mrs. Ritu Adhikari.

 


December 20, 2016:- CBSE Regional Science Exhibition

Shishyans participated in the CBSE Regional Science Exhibition held from 17-19 Dec 2016 and came out with flying colours. The theme was ‘Science , Technology and Mathematics for Nation Building’. Both the Chemistry and Physics projects were highly appreciated by the judges as well as the audience and were selected for presentation at the national level.

Chemistry:

Sub Theme: Health

Title : Nano particles – A Silver Lining

Participants: Juhee Goyal - XI E
                     Riddhi Singhania – IX D

Physics:

Sub Theme: Innovation in Renewable Resources for Sustainable Environment

Title : Heavy is Light

Participants: Abhimanyu Sethia – X B
                     Kartik Devpura- X C

Heartiest Congratulations to all the participants and the educators and all the best for the National Level Competition.


October 22, 2016:- Shishukunj hosts Inter School Mime Competition

Shishukunj hosted the Samagam Inter School Mime Competition on 25 October 2016. This competition, based on the theme, My World, My Responsibility, saw the participation of 12 schools of the city. Saving the Environment, Saving the Girl Child and Saving Water were the prominent themes taken up by the students.

The Best Three Performances were put up by : Advanced Academy, Vidya Bhavan Public School and Holy Family Convent.

The competition was judged by eminent artistes Mr. Sharad Shabal, Mr. Adil Quereshi and Mr. Jaideep Singh.

 


October 22, 2016:- Sahodaya Inter School Group Dance Competition

The dancers of Shishukunj once again won the hearts of the judges and the audience at the Sahodaya Inter School Group Dance Competition organized by the the Shri Satya Sai Vidya Vihar on 22 October 2016. Their performance was adjudged among the Best Three Performances.

Congratulations to the entire troupe !
 


October 21, 2016:- Shishukunj Dancers Excel Once Again !

The extremely graceful dancers of Shishukunj once again made a mark at the Inter School Group Dance Competition organized by the Guru Harkrishan Public School on 21 October 2016. Their performance was adjudged as the best and they won the First Prize.

Congratulations to the entire troupe !
 


October 18, 2016:- Shri Jugrajji Mehta Literary Competition 2016

BATTLE OF WORDS AT SHISHUKUNJ

It was literally a battle of words at The Shishukunj International School as the 5 th Shri Jugrajji Mehta English Literary Competition – Word Power got underway.

In an effort to empower students with a good language and vocabulary, this one of its kind competition was started in the year 2012 . In its 5 th edition, it saw a record participation of over 80 students of Classes VII and VIII from 40 schools of the city. The purpose of the competition was not only to check if the participants were familiar with the words, but also to check if they knew the correct usage, synonyms, antonyms of the words as well. To add that extra zing to the event, idioms, with interesting visuals and also a Spellathon were woven into the competition . What made this competition unique was that it was based on the glossary of 500 words sent to the schools about 10 days in advance.

All participants first went through a Preliminary Round , and on the basis of the scores achieved, the 06 top teams were selected for the final competition on stage.

The six teams selected for the final rounds were:
1. D.P.S
2.SICA school No.3 Nipania
3.Indus World School Eastern Campus
4.The Emerald Heights International school
5. Sanmati Higher Secondary School
6. Choithram School Manekbagh

The team from The Shishukunj International School qualified for the final round, but being the host school, they did not participate in the Final Quiz.

The questions were tough and tricky, but no match for the participants who were extremely well prepared and confident. At several times during the competition, the answers were given even before the Quiz master completed the question. What tilted the scores in the end was the Rapid Fire Round in which the teams had to answer a set of 10 questions based on general English in 100 seconds.

     

The students from Delhi Public School , Mst. K. Gautham and Ms. Eeshta Saxena were par excellence and made it very clear that no question was tough for them. They were the first team ever TO ANSWER EACH AND EVERY QUESTION OF THE QUIZ CORRECTLY, thereby scoring 100 % marks in the Quiz and emerging the winners of the coveted 5 th Shri Jugrajji Mehta Trophy for Excellent Word Power 2016. They were awarded the trophy by Mrs. Mehta.

At the second position stood Indus World School Eastern Campus who were awarded the 5 th Shri Jugrajji Mehta Trophy for Commendable Word Power 2016 by the school Director Mr. Mahendra Sethia.

At the third position stood Sanmati Higher Secondary School who were awarded the 5 th Shri Jugrajji Mehta Trophy for Praiseworthy Word Power 2016 by the school Principal Mrs. Lalita Singh.

The event was anchored with great confidence and poise by the students of Class XI . Donning the garb of Quiz Masters, they won the appreciation and applause of all the participants and educators.

The event concluded with the vote of Thanks and the National Anthem.


October 13, 2016:- Shishukunj Debators Excel

Heartiest congratulations to Pious Khemka and Aastha Kapur of Class XI for their excellent performance at the Crossfire Connoisseur Competition : The State Level Inter School Debate Competition organized by Laurels International School.

This was a debate with a difference. Students were given the topic just an hour before the commencement of the competition. With the help of books, journals and newspapers provided to them, they were required to prepare the debate both for and against the topic. Both Shishyans prepared an excellent debate and delivered it with great confidence and conviction.

Pious Khemka and Aastha Kapur were declared the winning team.

Well done Shishyans !

 


October 08, 2016:- Bournvita Quiz Contest

Team Shishukunj represented by Amey Choudhary and Atharva Tapadia from Class VIII A put up an excellent performance in the Bournvita Quiz Contest and were declared the City Winners. They answered all the questions with immense confidence and gave the other 06 teams of the city a tough competition.

Our heartiest congratulations to Amey and Atharva, the school is indeed proud of them.

 


October 04, 2016:- TCS Quiz

The very impressive turnout at the TCS IT Quiz, ensured very stiff competition for all the participants. With over 1500 students, not only from Indore, but also from nearby towns like Bhopal, Ujjain, Kota and Dewas, the stage was set for the final battle of wits, with Quiz master Pickbrain at the helm.

Shishyans Abhimanyu Sethia and Seshal Jain competed with 1500 students to reach the final stage, where only 06 teams were shortlisted. They put up an impressive performance and finished at the 3rd Position.

Congratulations to the participants for all their efforts.

 


October 01, 2016:- Sahodaya Inter School - Group Classical Dance Competition


Group Classical Dance Competition held at National Public School.

The graceful dancers of Shishukunj won the First Prize and won the hearts of the audience as well as the judges.

 


August 27, 2016:- All India Inter School English Debate Competition

Shishyans Manvi Upadhyay and Jush Dassani of Class VIII participated in the All India Inter School English Debate Competition organized by the SDPS International Girls School Indore on 27 August 2016. This competition saw the participation of 32 leading schools of the country.

The topic of the debate was 'Is the Modern Education System capable of inculcating the Values among the Children'.

Shishyans were able to eloquently express their views both for and against the topic. Maanvi Upadhyay stood at the Third Position in this very tough yet lively competition.

Heartiest Congratulations to both the participants.

 


January 04, 2016:- Shishyans excel in Science Junior Bal Vigyan 2016

The project presented by Shishyans was adjudged among the best three in the Science Junior Bal Vigyan held on 04 January 2016.

The participants were:

  • Ashlesha Purohit- VIIIC
  • Asmi Chelawat -VIIIA
  • Bhavit Gupta - VIII B
  • Vedika Chawla - VIII C

They were ably assisted by the following student volunteers :

  • Aditya Thamman - VIII B
  • Aoj Pandey - VIII B
  • Nikunj Gupta - VIII C
  • Vasudha Gupta- VIII B

The theme for the Bal Vigyan was Agriculture and Safety. Shishyans decided to present the topic ' From Farm to plate, make the food safe' which was much appreciated by the judges and the audience.

Congratulations to all Shishyans who worked so hard for this project. Special thanks to Mrs. Sonu Mehrotra and Mrs. Swati Dubey for guiding the students.


November 05, 2015:- Senior Bal Vigyan 2015

Congratulations to all students and teachers who brought laurals to the school in this prestigious event

Subject Award Participants Observers Teachers
CHEMISTRY Best Project Akshara Agrawal(X-A)
Shreya Khandelwal (X-B)
Manas Shah(X-E)
Ritik Gandhi(X-B)
Akshat Mehta (IX-B)
Rishiraj Ayachi (X-E)
Arundhati Jaiswal (X-B)
Namrata Gandhi (X-B)
Shreyans Soni (IX-E)
Mrs. Archana Katakwar
Dr. Mrs. Sandhya Bargava
COMMERCE Best Project Aditya Arora (XI-B)
Harshi Agrawal (XI-C)
Mishika Jindal (XI-A)
Vibhor Kasliwal (XI-C)
Riya Navlani (XI-C)
Mariya Barwaniwal (XI-C)
Apurv Vatsal (XI-A)
Siddharth (XI-C)
Siddhi Jain (XI-A)
Mr. Jitender Bhagat
Mr. Sameer Kothari
MATHEMATICS Best Project Sonakshi Gupta (XI-A)
Sudhanshu Jain (XI-C)
Fatema Rani Presswala (XI-B)
Robin Manoj (X-F)
Vyom Saraf (X-F)
Sanskriti Mittal (X-D)
Khushi Seth (X-A)
Prabhavi Pipalia (X-A)
Shantanu Bhatnagar (X-E)
Mr. C.Paul Varghese
Mrs. Sunetra Ambadekar
PHYSICS Best Project Hasnain Zeenwala (XI-F)
Mihir Thakkar (X-C)
Omisha Purohit ( IX-C)
Sheshal Jain (IX-C)
Bhavya Vohra (IX-B)
Archit Sharma (IX-B)
Kalash Talati (IX-B)
Parv Julania (X-F)
Divyesh Kothari(X-C)
Mr. Ajay Pandey
Ms. Ameeta Agrawal
Mrs. Suchita Das
         
BIOLOGY Best Presentation Oorja Rungta (IX-B)
Manas Garg (X-E)
Aman Khullar (IX-E)
Vagmi Shah(X-B)
Fatema Malik (IX-E)
Jivya Vaidya(IX-C)
Geetika Kutumble (X-E)
Jalay Shah(X-C)
Samriddhi Agrawal(XI-E)
Mrs. Kshamta Ram
Mrs. Nandita Mishra
COMPUTERS Best Presentation Aadit Runwal (X-B)
Anushka Mimani (X-B)
Manasv Nandeshwar(X-C)
Neer Jain (X-B)
Nitya Vyas(X-B)
Apoorv Kohli (IX-C)
Krishna Arora(IX-C)
Vinayak Bansal (X-E)
Srishti Patil (X-B)
Mr. Rakesh Soni
SOCIAL SCIENCE Best Presentation Rashmeet Muchhal(X-B)
Aarushi Tulsyan(X-B)
Ananya Khandelwal(X-D)
Stuti Biyani (IX-F)
Parv Golwelkar (IX-D)
Aditi Shroff (X-B)
Aeshani Pathak (X-B)
Nandini Pillai (X-C)
Mrs. Meena Kharbanda
Mrs. Vibha Joshi

 

 

 

 

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