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19Aug

International Humanitarian Day Celebrations@VIS
International Humanitarian Day Celebrations@VIS   

To honour and respect the work done by humanitarian personnel, The United Nations General Assembly has designated 19 August as the World Humanitarian Day. The year 2020 honours frontline Health Workers, who, in such challenging times provided selfless service to mankind.
Students of VIS acknowledged the tremendous effort put in by these real life heroes by participating in various creative activities like card and poster making, slogan writing and online discussions and reading sessions with fellow students
Students used PowerPoint presentations, posters etc to even share stories and anecdotes from lives of unsung heroes. These heros were from India’s Independence struggle, and also from current pandemic situation across all sections of society. 

    14Aug

    Virtual Assembly@VIS
    Virtual Assembly@VIS   

    On August 14, Venkateshwar International School, Sector 10 Dwarka organised its first virtual assembly to celebrate our nation's 74th Independence Day. In the face of a pandemic, it is imperative that we shower our gratitude on the bravehearts of our nation. The assembly began on an auspicious note with the Gayatri Mantra, followed by a solo patriotic song presented by Saumya Verma of class VII . To  take  the spirit of patriotism further , Rayana Sharma of Class IX delivered inspiring speech on the true spirit of India. Aarna Choudhury of Class VIII also presented a patriotic dance, which was greatly appreciated by the audience. To culminate the event, Head of School Dr Manisha Sharma addressed all students and teachers regarding the psycho-social impacts of the pandemic, and encouraged everyone to stay positive and productive. Even in these challenging times, VIS has been striving consistently to take learning beyond textbooks and  inspire students to contribute to the world around them.

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