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27Aug

Online Movie Making competition
Online Movie Making competition   

It is rightly said, "A good laugh is a mighty good thing, rather too scarce a good thing" but it is as if Covid isn't giving us all many opportunities to laugh. So, in order to chase away the blues with a dash of humour, a blend of teamwork and cooperation, VIS organised an online "Intra-class Movie Making Competition" for classes XI-XII.
The participants made short movie clips on various themes, including Drama and the Reality of Online Classes, that were rejoiced by the audience, as well as the judges. 
The activity not only helped students enhance their tech skills, but also honed their soft skills.

    • Online Movie Making competition
    • Online Movie Making competition
    • Online Movie Making competition
    • Online Movie Making competition

    25Aug

    Online session with South Korean students
    Online session with South Korean students   

    The students of class XII had another session with the students at Ulsan Foreign Language High School, Korea. The Korean comrades were at their school while our students were bogged down at  home.  Attendees from both the sides engaged in an enthralling discussion, the talks varying from the historical epics of both nations to their cultural heritage and monumental treasures. A few amongst the destinations were the Indian Capital-  New Delhi, Taj Mahal, Mysore, the Korean Capital Seoul and various tourist other attractions like Busan, Ulsan amongst others. Both the teams gathered  valuable information about the tourist destinations of the  other country . A few students also gave brief presentations touching upon a few travel recommendations in India & South Korea. The session culminated with a small question & answer session  .

      • Online session with South Korean students
      • Online session with South Korean students
      • Online session with South Korean students
      • Online session with South Korean students

      14Aug

      Independence Day Celebrations@VIS
      Independence Day Celebrations@VIS   

      YEH MERA INDIA
      On account of the 75th Independence Day , VIS SCIENTIA SOCIETY organised a virtual workshop titled “YEH MERA INDIA” for classes VI-IX

      India has been a huge contributor to the study of science and mathematics. One of the major contributions of India in the field of medicine is Ayurveda. India has also contributed in the field of mathematics. The number zero which was founded by Aryabhata, a famous Indian mathematician  is now considered one of the most important numbers in numerology.
      The speakers dressed up as great Indian Scientists and Mathematicians such as Shakuntala Devi, Srinivasa Ramanujan, Janaki Ammal and Vikram Sarabhai. They talked about their contributions in respective fields. The session then came to an end with a Kahoot quiz.

        • Independence Day Celebrations@VIS
        • Independence Day Celebrations@VIS
        • Independence Day Celebrations@VIS
        • Independence Day Celebrations@VIS

        Letter for Change of Bank Details

          • Letter for Change of Bank Details

          01Aug

          Inclusion@VIS
          Inclusion@VIS   

          Inclusion is a belief system. It begins with the belief that every human being has strengths to build upon, interests to share and experiences to honor.

          The students of Home Science Club came forth with a wonderful cultural programme for the residents of Wazirpur old age home and students of Cozy Cots special school. Our students presented songs, dance, played instruments and recited poems. While some items were entertaining, some were emotional and some were humorous. Shubham from Cozy Cots special school also joined and sang his school prayer and the resident of old age home sang a bhajan. The meeting ended with a vote of thanks by the organizer of old age home. He appreciated the students for sparing time and interacting with them.

            • Inclusion@VIS
            • Inclusion@VIS
            • Inclusion@VIS
            • Inclusion@VIS
            "There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it. ~ Edith Wharton "