News & Updates

25Dec

Virtual Christmas Assembly@VIS
Virtual Christmas Assembly@VIS   

Christmas is a time of spiritual reflection on the important foundations of the gratitude and the joy of giving. To indulge in the festive spirit of Christmas, the Literary Club along with the Science Society of Venkateshwar International School organised an event to release the special edition of their respective newsletters - Dialogue and Vaigyanika. It was lovely to have the alumni back to interact once again with a touch of nostalgia and fondness. 
Principal ma'am, Dr. Manisha Sharma, along with the mentors of the respective clubs appreciated the efforts the students put in to orchestrate such an event virtually right from the safety of our homes while also living the festive fervour and showcasing exemplary creativity through the newsletters. 
The event was a huge success and painted the beautiful morning of Christmas with festive spirit and the town in red and white!

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    16Dec

    School Mentor's session on Lok Sabha TV!
    School Mentor's session on Lok Sabha TV!   

    We are immensely elated and proud to share that our School Head, Dr Manisha Sharma was invited as a panelist by LokSabha Television  . The discussion on Online School Education by noted educationalists  was very informative .  Ma'am was highly appreciated for her keen insights into the short term and long term impact  of online teaching on the psyche of students.

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      08Dec

      Solid Waste Management In Covid 19
      Solid Waste Management In Covid 19   

      The Think Tank Congress of VIS Scientia Society organised a workshop for students of classes XI-XII and Teachers on the Topic : Solid Waste Management In Covid 19 with the aim to highlight and create an awareness about the same. It started off with a discussion on Soil Biodiversity and how it  has been deteriorating during the time of the Corona Pandemic. Ways to protect the diversity of soil was also taken up by the speakers. The workshop moved on to Soil Pollution and a variety of concepts related to the same. 
      Management of Solid Waste and Biomedical Waste through several methods was taken up next.Both the areas were explored efficiently with means of case studies and examples. Plastic pollution, which prevails as a big threat to the environment, was discussed next. Lastly solutions for management of Solid Waste sustainably was  discussed. 
      The students were then engaged in an interactive quiz which was organized by the speakers to test their knowledge as an aftermath of the session. 
      The students took a pledge and reiterated the solutions to prevent and stop soil pollution, thus concluding the enlightening workshop.

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        03Dec

        Best out of Waste Activity - Remote learning@VIS
        Best out of Waste Activity - Remote learning@VIS   

        Students of class III participated in ‘Best Out of Waste Activity’. The kids used their creativity and imagination to make innovative things like wall – hangings, kitchen garden, waste-bins, pen holders, photo frames, bird –house and many such useful everyday objects. The students reused items like newspapers, shoe-boxes, bottles, bangles etc. This activity helped the students to realise the importance of reusing waste material available at home.                     
        It was amazing to see how these young minds could transform waste items into beautiful articles!

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