SCIBER FIESTA 2019
Sciber Fiesta was organized by Methodist High School on 10th and 11th August, 2019.
The winners of the events are as follows:-
Pro Trivia – Vaibhav Agarwal and AnshLal Chandani – 1st position
Proelium Mythos-Sharanya Seth and Khili Gupta – 1st position
Immortal Etchings – Eba Iqbal – 1st position
Code Decode-Vaibhav Agarwal and AnshLal chandani – 2nd position
Waro Mania – Astitva Dwivedi and Amaan Khan – 2nd Position
MAT – Yash Vardhan Gupta and AnshLal chandani – 2nd Position
Paint Picasso Paint – Eba Iqbal ,Yash Gupta, Amisha Awasthi and Sharanya Seth – 2nd position
Leaders Contention – Paavni Mehrotra – 2nd position
Brain Scratch – Parth Bhatia, Amaan Khan, Agam Bhasin and Yash Vardhan Gupta – 2nd Position
Seth Anandram Jaipuria won the overall 2nd position
The Jaipuria MUN Club is known for its proficient and knowledgeable MUNners, and keeping in line with that, 9 students from the club participated in the Millennium School Model United Nations from the 2nd to 4thAugust, 2019.
Our students participated in various committees, ranging from conventional committees like the United Nations General Assembly to unconventional ones, like the Silicon Valley Summit. The committees explored various areas and issues of international politics, and were chaired by the most experienced MUNners from all across the circuit. Two of our students who served on the dais.
- DivyTandon- Director of the United States National Security Council
- Suryansh Agarwal- President of the United Nations Security Council
The team of 7 delegates from our school won 7 prizes in all.
The students were:-
- Vardhaman Jain- Special Mention 2 (United Nations General Assembly)
- Paavni Mehrotra- High Commendation 2 (United Nations General Assembly)
- Ishita Kanodia- High Commendation 1 (United Nations General Assembly)
- Vatsal Lahoti- Best Delegate (United States National Security Council)
- Ishita Jain- Special Mention 2 (Silicon Valley Summit)
- Anmay Khemka- Best Delegate (All India Political Parties Meet)
- Divyam Bhartiya- High Commendation (All India Political Parties Meet)
The team also won the best delegation award at the conference. Our students were appreciated by all. TMSMUN 2019 was indeed an enriching and academically stimulating experience for all.
TRIP TO BLUE WORLD
Students of Pre primary and Classes I to VIII were taken to the Blue World Water Park on 31st July and 1st August, 2019 for an entertainment trip. The students were escorted by their teachers and support staff under the guidance of Principal and Headmistress Ma’am. The students enjoyed various rides including splash pool in the water park. It was fun filled day, where students enjoyed with their friends and relaxed after a hectic examination schedule. The water slides were amazing and the humongous wave pool tested their endurance and agility. Students were provided with a lot of refreshments along with a sumptuous lunch in the Blue World. The day ended with a lot of beautiful memories for the students.
GLOBAL STEM ALLIANCE SUMMIT
24-26 July 2019 at
NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, NEW YORK
NYAS – is a world- wide talent identification and cultivation network made up of more than 250 partners and reaching participants in over 100 countries. Designed to inspire and prepare the next generation of innovators, GSA program focuses on mentorship, skills development and the application of skills to real world challenges.
Our HOD Biology Dr. Anupma Srivastava (Mentor and Professional Member of New York Academy of Sciences) along with Master Aarush Roy was invited to attend GSA at NYAS.
It’s a matter of pride that one of our school team projects KILKAARI (in the list of finalists) – A Path finder solution to combat Malnutrition in Indian Women and Infants was presented by the Team Leader, Master Aarush Roy. The concept of NUTRIFARMS highlighting the use of Bio fortified and Genetically Modified Crops for natural addition of food supplements in the plants was the centre of attraction for the experts and entrepreneurs. The effort was highly appreciated by one and all.
Meeting and listening to the experts of STEM from Johnson and Johnson, UN, Youngest Blavatnik Award recipient, experts from NASA was an amazing and enriching experience. A visit to the attractions of New York such as the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State, the Brookline Bridge and the Time Square made this trip all the more memorable.
“Small acts, when multiplied by millions of people, can transform the world.”
In a world of selfishness and hatred, there exists a minority of those imparting hope for the greater good. On 29th July, 2019, 10 students of Seth Anandram Jaipuria School took to the streets to show the world that there still exists sheer goodness. Assisted by 3 teachers and the support staff of the school, the students had put up a stall serving “Free water and sherbet” to the passersby at the Phoolbagh Chauraha. Not surprisingly rather interestingly, around 300-400 people were served by the students in a span of 60 minutes. The happiness of the students as well as of those who were enjoying the “Kacchi Lassi” could be inferred from the subtle smiles that spread across their faces. Humanity came to the forefront when the workers at Bata and the other shops walked into the stall to help with the serving and other tasks.
It indeed, was an act of kindness which was evidently not imposed but taken up with enthusiasm.
“Service is not a heritage.”
Our school participated in the ICSE/ISC Inter School North Zone Quiz Competition on 28th July, 2019 hosted by Mercy Memorial School, Kanpur. The quiz master for the event was Mr. Gaurava Yadav Founder & CEO, EduAce Services.
The quiz was conducted in two categories, Senior and Junior.
Ananta Sharma of Class X and Pranav Malpani of Class IX bagged the Second position in the Junior Category,Yuvraj Kapoor and Parth Bhatia of Class XI secured the Third position in the Senior Category.
“Sugar and spice and all things nice that’s what little children are made of.”
Poem recitation is an art of expression of thoughts and understanding towards English.
The rhyme time was staged beautifully by the children of Classes Nursery and Prep on 26th July, 2019. The children made all the characters of each rhyme come alive through their actions and props. It was an excellent opportunity for them to gain confidence,through stage exposure.
Our mighty Jaipurians left the audience spellbound and amazed.
District Table Tennis Tournament from 17th to 19th May 2019 was organised by Kanpur Table Tennis Association at the Green Park.
Around 250 students from all over the city participated in this event.
- Ujjwal Rastogi (TA ) Class 8-A won several prizes. He was awarded positions in various categories:
- Runner up in ( under 15 Boys’)
- Runner up in ( under 18 Boys’)
- Runner up in Youth Boys’ ( under 21 )
- II Runner up in Men’s ( under 40)
- Akshat Agarwal (YA ) of class 8- C was also declared as a winner in different categories:
- Winner in ( under- 18 Boys’ )
- Winner in ( under- 15 Boys’ )
- Winner in Youth Boys’
- Runner up in Men’s
- Runner up in Doubles
- Arjun Pillai ( YA) Class 8 – B
- Secured a consolation prize in ( under 15 Boys’ )