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On 17.12.2011, parents were invited to witness the Art Exhibition which showcased the artistic talents of the students.  The primary students’ art and craft work was displayed at a large scale and there was an array of art work of the students of classes VI-XII which included Acrylic paintings, Charcoal Drawing and Paintings, Water Colour paintings, Poster Colour Paintings, Smoke paintings, Relief work, Glass Paintings.  The exhibition very explicitly showcased the artistic talent of the students.  It was evident that the students in the process had acquired knowledge about various painting techniques which could be so vividly seen in the display.
The Art Exhibition was appreciated by one and all.  It was indeed a treat to the eye and the soul.

ST.MARKS’ ANNUAL BOOK WEEK 2011

Book Exhibition.jpgEvery year St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh, organizes a “Book Week” to enhance literary skills and inculcate reading habits among the students.  Keeping the tradition Book Week for the session 2011-12 commenced on 12 December.  The event was graced by Ms.Kamlesh Mohindra, educationist and writer of children’s literature and was inaugurated by the Principal Ms.A.Aggarwal.
Following this was a chain of week long competitions and events.  For the tiny tots of class I, a story telling session was held with the well known author Ms.Kamlesh Mohindra.  For students of classes II to V there were various contests such as ‘Talk about a Fairy Tale Character,’ ‘Draw and Colour a Story Book Cover’, ‘Grammar Games’, ‘Build a Story’ and ‘A Quiz on Story Books’.
Students of classes VI to VIII, participated in contests such as ‘Complete a Story’, ‘Extempore’, ‘Treasure Hunt’, ‘Enact a Proverb’ and ‘Create a Mini Newspaper’ in which the students displayed their linguistic and creative skills. 
Students of classes IX to XII, took part in ‘Compose a Poem, Illustrate & Recite it’, ‘Book Review’, ‘Quiz on Books and Authors’, ‘Taboo’ and ‘Mastering Idioms & Phrases’.  Amidst all the competitions selected students from class VIII also got the opportunity to learn the nuances of cartooning with the famous Cartoonist Mr.Ajit Narain.  The members of the Readers’ Club ‘Odyssey’ had an enrapturing interactive session with the renowned writer Ms.Vaijayanti Tompe.
It was a week full of fun and learning which culminated with the prize distribution ceremony on 16.12.2011.

St. Mark's Meera Bagh organises Srishti...

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St. Mark’s Sr. Sec Public School, Meera Bagh organised a Social Science Exhibition ‘Srishti’ on the 12th of November 2011 in the school premises. SRISHTI was the school's attempt to teach students about the diversity of human society and give them an insight into the culture and heritage of the states of our country, as well as of other nations. This exhibition was planned with the aim of promoting the prosperity of all cultures and customs. The exhibition was an amalgamation of different cultures from India and also from the different parts of the world.
Students showcased the cultures of Italy, China, Turkey, Netherlands, Mexico, USA, UK and also many states of India from Assam to
Tamil Nadu. The lifestyle of the people, tourist attractions,
costumes and cuisines, etc. were depicted beautifully. Accurate depiction and enactment of the salient features of   General Elections, Judiciary System, United Nations and Defense system of India by the students was appreciated by the viewers.
Several dignitaries like Mr. H.K. Pandey, Education Officer, Zone XVII; Ms. Antonia Grande, Deputy Director, Italian Embassy Cultural Section ,  Mr. Ozgur Ayturk , Culture and Tourism Counsellor, Turkish Embassy   graced the occasion as Special Guests of Honour to witness and applaud the efforts of the students.
The highlights of the exhibition were the various dances and songs both Indian as well as of other countries.. Approx. 1,800 students participated in the various events of this exhibition. The parents were overjoyed to see their children perform and whole heartedly appreciated the efforts of the school teachers. Another attempt by St. Mark's School to take education beyond text books and classrooms under the guidance of Principal Ms A Aggarwal and the supervision of Chairman Mr T P Aggarwal.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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