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The Annual function of classes I to III was held on 28th and 29th of February, 2020. Students were awarded prizes and certificates for academic excellence and full attendance by the Director, Mrs. Usha Chopra and the Principal, Mrs. Vandana Chawla. The parents felt proud to see their children being appreciated. The Director urged the parents to spend quality time with their children and be the perfect role models.

The choir sang the bhajans- Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram and Eeshwar Allah tere naam. The theme for the play was- Katha Gandhiji ki. Several incidents from Gandhiji’s life were depicted- his childhood, time spent in South Africa,Sabarmati Ashram, Dandi March and many other. The students emphasized that his principles are relevant even today, when the country is celebrating his 150th birth anniversary.


    The school organised the felicitation ceremony of 18 girls from classes 8-11, who had excelled and won prizes in the EY Stem Tribe initiative, on 25th February 2020 at 10.30 am in the AV room.

    The initiative, launched by Ernst and Young (one of the largest multinational professional services firms in the world) aims to promote STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) learning in girls and encourage them to take up leadership roles in their careers. Available for free on Android and iOS platforms, the EY STEM Tribe mobile app features modules on science, such as climate change, space exploration; technology, such as artificial intelligence, 3D printing or block chainthe future of work and skills that may be required for future; and inspirational stories of women in STEM.

    The Ceremony was graced by the Founder Principal and Director of all New Era institutions Mrs. Usha Chopra and the Principal Mrs. Vandana Chawla. Mr. Balachander Rajaraman, a Chartered Accountant and a CSR leader at EY, consented to be the special guest for the occasion. Ms. Neetu Singh, the global program lead for the EY STEM Tribe program and Mr. Rohan Malik, who works in the Education practice at EY, also attended the event.

    A total of 18 girls won the awards, which included 90 X Refractor telescopes, camera drones, digital microscopes, Fitbit Versa Lite smart watches, Samsung Galaxy tablet, Solar Robotics kits, Virtual reality 3 D headsets and pro lens kits for mobile phone. The awards were presented by Mrs. Chopra, Mr. Rajaraman and Mrs. Chawla.

    In their address to the audience, Mrs. Chopra and Mrs. Chawla lauded this initiative and expressed hope that the number of girls participating in this program will increase in the time to come. They believed that this platform has the potential to make a defining impact in the education of women, and more importantly, create better opportunities for women to pursue later in their careers.

    Mr. Rajaraman, in his address to the gathering, expressed his happiness with the interest this program had generated among the students of the school. He also announced a Scholarship and Mentorship Program for the students of the school. He was hopeful that this Pilot program, launched in Delhi, would spread to other parts of the country and the world, and bridge the gap between men and women, especially in senior executive roles.

    The students, too, shared their views and expressed their willingness to pursue this program with more enthusiasm.