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September, 2018

INVESTITURE CEREMONY 2018-19

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Investiture Ceremony for the session 2018-19 was organized in Eicher School, Sector 46, Faridabad. The deserving young talents of the school were bestowed with the responsibility of leading their school from the front with their commitment, confidence and competence. The students welcomed the guests with a welcome song. It was a solemn occasion where the young students were prepared to don the mantle of leadership and discharge the responsibilities entrusted upon them by the school. The elected leaders were conferred with badges by the chief guest, Mr. Vinay Bhatia, District Governor, Rotary and Ms. Puneeta Bhatia. The students performed a dance and gave a tribute to the river Bhramaputra.

The student council took an oath to live up to the expectations and work towards the vision of the school. The chief guest, Mr. Vinay Bhatia addressed the student council members to experience the ‘Joy of Giving’ by not just giving money but in any form they can. He also told that the students can bring a change in the community which will create lasting changes across the globe. He emphasized on working as a team. He ended with Mahatma Gandhi’s quote ‘Be the change you want to see in the world.’

The school Principal, Ms. Ritu Kohli, told the students that the badge is a constant reminder of the responsibility and the lofty character they should have. Secondly, they should also remember that a good leader always takes his team along and is a source of encouragement.

In the end, the school sheriff Shambhavi and Manav expressed their gratitude to the chief guests and gave a vote of thanks.


School State Swimming and Basketball Tournament held on Jhajjar from 13th September to 15th September

Swimming

U -1 4 Boys

-          Keshav Kaushik of class VIII won 3 silver medal

U- 14 Girls

                                Harshita Sharma of class VIII won 2 Gold and 1 Silver

                                Poornima Kaushik of class VI won 1 Silver and 1 Bronze

Participation only

Yashvi Goyat, Mishti Bisht

Basketball

U-1 4 Girs and Boys- 5 girls and 3 Boys selected for School State Basket Ball Tournament

Girls

Harshita Sharma (Class VIII), Yana Sundli(Class VII), Vrinda Maheshwari(Class VIII), Divya Bhardwaj (Class VIII), Harshita Tiwari(class VIII)

Girls Team reached Semi Finals and bagged Fourth position

Boys

Kanishk Dhiman(class VIII), Rishit Thaman(class VIII), Ayushman Semwal(class VIII)

Boys Team reached Quarter Finals

August, 2018

School State Swimming Championship held at Bhadurgarh from 27th to 29th August 2018

U-17 Boys- Mayank Yadav of class IX won 3 Gold

     Samridha Varmani of class IX won 1 Gold and 1 Silver

U-19 Boys – Harshit Hooda of class XI won 3 Gold

-          Arindam Raina of class XI 1 Gold , 1 Silver and 1 Bronze


 

 

sympheria 2018

Eicher School congratulates the achievers of first position in AD-MAD Act and second position in B. Plan Pitch and Mock-Stock Competitions held at Symbiosis Centre for Management Studies, Noida on 31st August 2018
Participants were
Ria, Yamini, Vishudh, Ayush, Parul, Sachika, Krish, Rhythm, Yash S., Aditya, Manav S., Divya, Abhishek Of Class XII Commerce & Humanities. 

 

prashant yadavPrashant Yadav(No . 7 in the center) of Class IX B has got selected for National Football Tournament.


 

Under 14 years (boys and girls) Basketball, Volleyball and Football Tournament was organized by District Education Office at Eicher School Faridabad from 27th to 29th August, 2018.

32 schools participated in the event.

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Basketball- Eicher School, Faridabad -Girls team stood first

Basketball- Eicher School, Faridabad -Boys team stood first

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Football - Eicher School, Faridabad- Girls team stood first

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Volleyball - Eicher School, Faridabad- Boys team stood second


district table tennis

Aanya Chaudhary of class IV stood first in District Table Tennis Tournament organized by District Table Tennis Association.

Aarushi Chaudhary of class VIII stood second in District Table Tennis Tournament organized by District Table Tennis Association.


 

 INTER SCHOOL SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIP

 alwar swimming comp

Our School participated in INTER SCHOOL SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIP held at ALWAR PUBLIC SCHOOL on 22nd and 23rd August, 2018

S.NO NAME CLASS GOLD SILVER BRONZE
1. RAKSHIT GOYAT IV 1 - -
2. YASHVI GOYAT VI 1 - -
3. R. SACHIN IV 2 1 1
4. MAYANK MEHTA IV 1 2 1
5. MISHTI BISHT VII 3 - -
6. SRIMOYI DAS V 3 1 -
7. MADHAV SHARMA V 3 - 1
8. PURNIMA KAUSHIK VI 4 - -
9. HARSHITA SHARMA VIII 4 - -
10. KESHAV KAUSHIK VIII 4 - -
11. MAYANK YADAV IX 4 - -
12. DEVANSHI SATIJA XI 4 - -

¨       Eicher School Faridabad Boy’s Under-17 Team bagged Championship Trophy

¨       Eicher School Faridabad Girl’s Under-17 Team bagged Championship Trophy

¨       Eicher School Faridabad Boy’s Under-14 Team bagged Championship Trophy

¨       Eicher School Faridabad Girl’s Under-14 Team bagged Championship Trophy

¨       Purnima Kaushik Under-17 Girl’s Team – Best Swimmer Trophy

¨       Devanshi Satija Under-17 Girl’s Team- Best Swimmer Trophy

¨       Mayank Yadav Under-17 Boy’s Team- Best Swimmer Trophy

¨       Keshav Kaushik Under-14 Boy’s Team- Best Swimmer Trophy

¨       Harshita Sharma nder-14 Girl’s Team- Best Swimmer Trophy

¨       Eicher School Faridabad bagged Over All Championship Trophy with 48 medals.

 

VIRASAT 2018

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The final day of the event – Virasat, organized by Spic Macay was held at Eicher School, Sector 46, Faridabad.

The programme was inaugurated by the lighting of the lamp. Mr. Alok Mittal (Inspector General, National Invetigation Agency, New Delhi), Ms. Belina (City Magistrate, Faridabad), HCS Kaliramana, Sh. Kiran Seth (Founder of Spic Macay),  Mr. HDS Malhotra (Chairman Good Earth Foundations), Ms. Bela Malhotra and Mr. Arjun Joshi (Director, Eicher Schools) were amongst us as special guests.

The first performance of the last phase of Virasat was by Padma Shri Guru Shovana Narayan, the famous Kathak dancer. She was accompanied by Ustad Shakeel Ahmed Khan who was playing tabla, Sh. Azhar Shakeel playing violin, Sh. Madhav Prasad playing harmonium and gave vocal accompaniment as well and Sh. Mahavir Gangani, a Pakhavaj player from Rajasthan. Guru Shovana Narayan told the audience about the meaning of the word Kathak and the various mudras of it. She also mentioned that in Kathak, we communicate through footworks. She appreciated Eicher School and Spic Macay to provide a platform to the children where they can come closer to the Indian Cultural Heritage. She first perfomed on ‘Vidushi Vandana.’  She also dedicated dance performance to Lord Krishna and Lord Shiva. She even briefed that ‘bhav’- showcase the story without text; it is shown through mudras, mandlas, emotions and expressions. She performed a small part from the epic ‘Mahabharata’ through her dance.  She also showed the movements of animals like snake, elephant and peacock through dancing. She showcased the 5 types of ‘ghoonghat’ and ‘nazar’ that fascinated the audience. She even danced on a small part depicting the life of Buddha, showing the sacrifice done by his wife Yashodhara. This part is taken from an epic written by Maithili Sharan Gupt.

In the end she finished by showing some amazing footworks. Every tabla beat of Ustad Shakeel Ahmed Khan matched Guruji’s every move perfectly and added charm to the entire performances. This was a lifetime opportunity for all of us to witness such graceful recital by an exponent of Kathak.

 The second performance of the evening was by outstanding Khyal singers Sh. Rajan Mishra and Sh. Sajan Mishra. Their accompanists were Ustad Akram Khan playing tabla, Sh. Sumit Mishra playing harmonium and Sh. Garun Mishra, the vocalist. They appreciated the hard work and dedication of the students of Eicher School. The duo sang the ‘Megh’ raga. It is rightly said that when they sing, they are one soul singing, even though they are in two bodies. The performance was so mesmerizing that the audience started tapping their feet.    

In the end the duo sang a bhajan ‘Chalo Man Vridavan Ki Or’ on special request by the Commissioner of Faridabad. The audience was totally immersed in the magic of their transcendental music.

This brings an end to the event Virasat organized by Spic Macay in Eicher School, Faridabad. A token of gratitude was given to all the maestros who came and showcased their performances.

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The second day of the event – Virasat, organized by Spic Macay was held at Eicher School, Sector 46, Faridabad.

 The programme was inaugurated by the lighting of the lamp by Pt. Ram Kumar Mishra and Sh. Kiran Seth (Founder of Spic Macay). Mr. HDS Malhotra (Chairman Good Earth Foundations) and Mr. Arjun Joshi (Director, Eicher Schools) were amongst us as special guests.

Today’s event ‘Virasat’ was completely dedicated to our ex Prime Minister Lt. Sh. Atal Bihari Vajapyi. His life will always be a guiding light for all of us.  

The first performance was by Padma Bhushan Padma Vibhushan Pandit Hari Prasad Chaurasia. Pt. Hari Prasad Chairasia is an eminent Indian flautist, best known for popularizing Indian Classical Music all over the world. In the beginning, Pt. Hari Prasad Chaurasia gave a musical tribute to our ex Prime Minister Lt. Sh. Atal Bihari Vajpayi. Pandit Ji has given many tunes to the Indian Bollywood films that are still in the hearts of many people. He played ‘Yaman’ raga which is an evening raga that fascinated the audience. He was accompanied by Sh. Ram Kumar Mishra who was playing tabla, Sushri Debopriya Ranadive playing flute and Sushri Yuka Devi also playing flute. The amalgamation of the flutes and the table fascinated the audience. In the end he played ‘Pahari’ raga on the request of the audience.

The second performance of the evening was by Ustad Shahid Parvez Khan. His father Ustad Aziz Khan was his guru. He taught him the minute details of the sitar and after learning from him Ustad Ji became world famous. Sh. Hafeez Ahmed Alvi merged the tunes on the tabla. The performance was so mesmerizing that the audience were tapping feet to the tune of the Sitar and tabla. In the end Ustad Shahid Parvez Khan played a bhajan on the request of the audience. The melody of the sitar transported the audience to another world. 

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VIRASAT – AN EVENT ORGANIZED BY SPIC MACAY IN EICHER SCHOOL

A grand opening of a 3 day event – Virasat, organized by Spic Macay was held at Eicher School, Sector 46, Faridabad.

The programme was inaugurated by the lighting of the lamp by the famous maestro Pt. Vishwa Mohan Bhatt, HDS Malhotra (Chairman Good Earth Foundations), Mr. Jasmeet (Head of JCB) and Mr. Kiran Seth (Founder of Spic Macay). Ms. Belina, City Magistrate, Faridabad was amongst us as a special guest.

The first performance was by Pt. Vishwa Mohan Bhatt, the creator of the Mohan Veena. He addressed the audience that in Indian Classical Music every ‘raga’ has some emotions and it is based on Mathematics. Playing these ‘ragas’ are really good for meditation. It also connects to the God and evokes emotions. He played the ragas of ‘Shyam Kalyan’ and ‘malhar’ on Mohan Veena and Sh. Abhishek Mishra merged the tune on the tabla. The performance was so mesmerizing that the audience were tapping feet to the tune of the Mohan Veena and tabla. He even played the tune of Vande Matram that enthralled the audience. In the end, he also played a peace tune to give a tribute to Lt. Sh. Atal Bihari Vajpayi, the former Prime Minister of India.

The second performance of the evening was by Sh. Shashank Subramanyam, the man who sings through his flute. He has spread the pleasant fragrance of the Karnatak Music through his flute not only in India but also in the world and has presented more than 1000 programmes in many educational institutions. He was accompanied by Sh. N.C. Bhardwaj who was playing mridungum and Sh. Giridhar Udupa playing ghatam. The amalgamation of the flute, mridumgum and ghatam fascinated the audience. He ended by playing a bhajan on his flute which created a spiritual atmosphere in the auditorium. The programme was an inspiration for all the music lovers. The interaction of the famous maestros with the students will remain as a memorable experience in the hearts of the children.

 

July, 2018

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Our School Football(Girls) Under-17 team bagged the first position defeating DAV-14 team by 3-0 in the finals of Pre-Subroto District Football Championship held at DPS, Sec 19, from 23rd to 24th July 2018. and have qualified for State Level Pre Suberto Cup.


 

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District Swimming Championship was held at Apeejay School, Sector 15 Faridabad from 29th July to 31st July.

Our school bagged 79 medals in all.

           

S.NO.

NAME

 

       GOLD

 

  SILVER

 

  BRONZE

 

1

Mayank Yadav

6

2

1

(BS)

2

Samridha Varmani

2

3

0

 

3

Vaibhav

0

0

2

 

4

Harshita Sharma

2

2

1

 

5

Arindam

0

2

0

 

6

Yashvi Goyat

0

2

1

 

7

Purnima Kaushik

2

2

1

 

8

Keshav Kaushik

2

2

4

 

9

Greta

0

0

2

 

10

Srimoyi Das

0

5

1

 

11

Anjani Bisht

0

1

3

 

12

Mayank S. Mehta

4

2

0

(BS)

13

Sachin

0

0

2

 

14

Misht

0

0

3

 

15

Madhav Sharma

0

0

2

 

16

Harshit Hooda

6

0

1

(BS)

17

Purav

0

0

1

 

18

Darsh Singh

2

0

0

 

19

Lakshita Singh

3

2

0

(BS)

 

 

 

 

pop dr ravindran 28 july

Parent Orientation Programme for the parents of new admission students was held on 28th July 2018 (Saturday).

Dr. V.S. Ravindran was the speaker who in his quintessential humorous way put across some very vital aspects of good parenting. He shared his various experiences of 30 years of practice as a psychologist. He spoke about patience and practise, importance of saying ‘no’ to a child, delay in gratification for disciplined up bringing, emotional nurturing, providing vocabulary to express emotions,  importance of competing with one self, and also the ways of protecting children from abuse.

About Dr. V. S. Ravindran

He is a renowned educational psychologist and trainer. He is the Director- General of ICTRC (Institute of Counsellor Training Research and Consultancy). His major areas of expertise are leadership development, counsellor training and teacher education. He has been instrumental in starting counselling and guidance programs in many reputed educational institutions in India and abroad.

Since we are celebrating the Silver Jubilee of Eicher School Faridabad, the event was opened up to the public. School Heads and parents of play schools of the city were also invited.

 

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The school has once again won this prestigious award for the period of 2018-21. The e-mail to this effect has been received from the British Council, ISA team. All the members - Ms Rimmi Gupta, Ms Lalita, Ms Anu Walia, Ms Meenakshi Uppal , Ms Eisha, Ms Bharathy, Ms Jyoti, Ms Maitri, Ms Swati, were appreciated for their preseverance and diligence regarding their Project work.

 

 

 


 A workshop on 'Prevention of sexual harassment of women in the workplace

 

sexual harrasment

A workshop on 'Prevention of sexual harassment of women in the workplace' was organised for all the lady staff members on 5th July, 2018. Ms. Mona Singh, Chief Judicial Magistrate & Secretary, DLSA, Faridabad, was the resource person. Through an interactive session, she and her team created awareness about the issue and answered the queries of the participants.The workshop proved to be beneficial to all.

 

 

 

Eicher School organised a five day fun cum adventure trip from 22nd to 26th May 2018, to Chandigarh, Parwanoo and Barot Valley(Himachal Pradesh) for casses V and VI.
The Children enjoyed all the adventure acivities like zip lining, river crossing, inflated wall climbing and trekking. It was alife time experience for both children and teachers. Team spirit, team building,caring, shring and getting closer to each other were the achievements of this trip. Children became independent, gained a lot of confidence, learnt to operate DSLR camera and came to know about the village life on hill stations.
It was indeed a great experience full of fun and adventure.

May 2018

 

     

Eicher School stepped into its 25th year since its inception in 1994. Students decided to begin the celebration by contributing their bit to the environment. As a first step, students of class XI and XII commerce & humanities surveyed the markets to find out the use of plastic bags and if they can be replaced by newspaper bags. The response they received was overwhelming. They also understood that the local vendors usually use plastic bags because of their durability & low cost.

Thereafter all the students across school made newspaper bags which were then distributed by students of V and VI to the vendors of NIT-1,2,3,5, 21-C,46, Green Field, Green Valley etc. More than 4500 newspaper bags were made and distributed.

It was a great effort taken by the Eicherites to reduce the use of plastic bags and save environment from the hazards that plastic bags pose. They decided to carry on this activity throughout the year and in the coming years too.

 

 


 

 Parent Orientation Programme

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The Parent Orientation Programme for Pre Nursery and LKG parents was held on May(Saturday), 2018.

Parents got into the shoes of their children and went through a typical day of the child at school. They got a feel of the activities in the zones. They got to know how ‘learning by doing’ gets children to involve their five senses and thereby retain what they learn.

Yet another highlight was the parent counselling session by Ms. Priyanka Tripathi. Parents got an insight into how they could become more effective and content as parents. They had an opportunity to ask questions and discuss common issues.

                                                                               

The different learning  sessions helped us understand the way my kid will learn at school. Very knowledgeable session.   

          - Parent of Achintya Sharma, LKG Tulip

             

I am happy and satisfied. Of all the activities, I enjoyed painting the most… I love colouring as it changes my mood!                                              

       - Neha Bhatnagar, mother of Shivay, LKG Tulip

 

We loved the unique and empathetic teaching methodology followed at Eicher. Complete package was wonderful and we feel euphoric to be here.     

April 2018

Glimpses of the house boards based on SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS 13, 14 and 15 ie CLIMATE CHANGE, LIFE ON LAND and LIFE ON WATER

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house boards

 


As the school steps into its 25th year, we pledge to contribute our bit to save the environment. As a first step, students  are making newspaper bags to distribube them to the shopkeepers to mininise use of polly bags.

newspaper activity


A stream selection workshop was organisised Ray Careers  for class XI. It was conducted by  Mr Hans Kumar, from Faculty of Physics, Amity Institute of  competitive examinations ( for science): the highlights of the workshop were :

  • main things about all the streams and various career options offered in them were discussed.
  • The simple way to decide the stream was discussed in detail, i,e interest -aptitude- personality- study style
  • Few thought questions discussed like : does my career choice match my interest? / or Apart from being successful, will my career make me happy and feel satisfied?....
  • A reflection on whether the choice is influenced by parents, friends, trends, society…
  • Choice of neutral streams like law…
  • How to discover the type of aptitude hidden in us ie  mechanical aptitude, linguistic aptitude, creative aptitude,,,
  • Finally going for psychometric or biometric test if required

debate training

 

Recently some of our students had attended a debate training workshop at The Doon School, Dehradun. They returned with a very enriching experience. To share their learning with their peers, these students conducted 2 sessions on debate training - one for classes 11-12 on 26.04.2018 and the other for classes 9 -10 on 27.04.2018.

 
Not only did they share their learning, but they also shared the finer nuances of effective debating. It proved to be a very fruitful session.

career counseling apr 2018

12th standard is the last stage of a student’s school life. After 12th standard, a student has to decide his path and his career. This step has to be taken after lots of planning and thinking. one just can’t afford to choose what to do after 12th standard carelessly. Keeping this in mind a career counselling session was held separately for class XII science , commerce and humanities students on April 11 , Wednesday . The speakers for the day, Mr Hans Kumar, from Faculty of Physics, Amity Institute of competitive examinations ( for science) and Mr. Anubhav Rakheja , Product Head of Career Launcher ( for humanities and commerce) appraised the students on the various careers available, the institutes that provide the courses, the form filling and all necessary details. In the interactive session the speakers also stressed on a sound back up plan, in case the need arises. Students interacted freely and cleared their doubts . The session was immensely beneficial for the students as they got an insight into various careers they can pursue after completing schooling.

 

Dehradun workshop

Nine of our students attended the Debate Coaching Workshop held at The Doon School, Dehradun on April 9, 2018. It was conducted by Mr G Rhydian Morgan, an actor- lawyer- educator by profession. The session proved highly beneficial for the young aspirants as they got to know the finer aspects of effective debating. 

Participants- Jasmine Arora, Kuhoo Chandra, Arshleen Sodhi, Chahat Gupta, Arjoo Singh, Priyanshi Chaudhary, Esha Aggarwal,  Yaminee Jain and Ria Das.

Teachers- Ms. Rakhi Cornelius and Ms.Sangeeta Sekhani


   

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