Students from St Kabir participated in the INTACH event organized at Bhavan Vidyalaya Chandigarh on 11th Apr. 2017.
The movie “Geete” Nani ki Potli Se filmed by students of St Kabir was show cased at the event.
St Kabir Team won two prizes – Best Script for Nani ki Potli Se and Best Visuals for Ayurveda.
Parliamentary Debate Competition was held in St Kabir School on the 24th – 25th April 2017. Students of Class XI & XII participated in the competition. It was a good platform for the students to have improve upon their speaking skills.
Team St Kabir participated in the Interschool Declamation Competition hosted by Shemrock Senior Secondary School, Mohali on the 27th April 2017.
Three teams from St Kabir Public School participated in the two day World Scholar’s Cup hosted by Learning Path School, Mohali on the 7th & 8th May 2017.
Team 1 won the first position for the Best Writing Team.
Adit Luthra and Dhruv Kapoor of class VI and Dushyant of class VII stood Ist in Robo Model makingand Dhruv Singal of class VII and Nitesh Bhardwaj of class VIII and Jaiaditya of class VI stood 3rd in the Robo Fight event held at ATS Valley School, Derabassi.
Strawberry Fields World Schoo MUN 2016:-
Best Delegates:- Chetanya Mittal-X, High Commendation:- Shreyas Sinha,Vidit Jain -X, Khushi Satwiki-XI, Special Mention:- Samyak Jain-X
Bhavan’s Vidalaya Chandigarh MUN 2016:-
Best Delegates:- Chetanya Mittal-X, High Commendation:- Aman Jindal-X..Best Position Paper:- Samyak Jain-X
Vivek High School Chandigarh MUN 2016:-
Best Delegates:- Arjan Singh and Ishaan Singh-X, High Commendation:- Poshal-XI, Honarable Mention:- Chirag.K.Singhal-IX, Verbal Mention:- Shreyas-X & Shriya-XI
Mihir Tomar of class IX and Suvansh Mahajan of class VIII were declared the runner’s up (2nd position) in quiz. Savidh Tandon of class IX , Shivay Vadhera and Vividh Mariya of class X secured the 3rd place in Programming.
Harshita Goyal from class IV won the First Prize in the MS-Paint competition organized by Sri Aurobindo School, Sector-27, Chandigarh
2 teams participated in The World Scholar Cup (Regional round) held at Learning Path School, Mohali. Team I has qualified for the Asia Round and Team II has qualified for the Global Round at USA.
The city round of Wild Wisdom Quiz was hosted by Learning Path School, Sector-67, Mohali. In the middle school category Shreya Sharma and Suvansh Mahajan from class VIII stood first and Alamvir and Utsav Aggarwal from class V stood first in the Junior category.
Ritika and Jannat of class XII won the 3rd prize in the competition.
Abhimanyu Pragal of class IV-A bagged the First Position in sub-junior category in the Poetry Recitation Competition held at Army Public School, Chandimandir.
2 students of class XII participated in the ‘Literary Festival 2016’ held at the Lawerence School, Sanawar (H.P). Bisman Gill and Ritika Majumdar of class XII bagged the 3rd position in the competition.
4 students of our school Navya Raheja, Dhriti Katoch, Tushaar Batheja and Kanishq Chhabra of class IX participated in Tricity Inter School Computer Quiz organized by Shishu Niketan School, Mohali in association with Dainik Bhaskar. Our team comprising of Kanishq Chhabra and Tushaar Batheja won Runner’s up Trophy. Tushaar Batheja individually won the ‘Genius’ Trophy for scoring the highest number of marks in the first round.
Chetanya Mittal, Cherag Singhal of class X and Suvansh Mahajan of class VII won the 3rd prize in the National Round.
Arushi Mishra of class VII won the 2nd prize in the Slogan Writing Competition held at T.S. Central State Library, Sector-17, Chandigarh.
Inter School Music and Dance Competition was organized by ‘Satyug Darshan Sangeet Kala Kender at NITTTR, Sector-26, Chandigarh.
Arya Gaba of Class X won the 3rd prize in the Solo Song category.
Our students presented a Rajasthani Dance in which they stood 3rd in the competition.
National Children’s Science Congress was held at Technical Teachers’ Training Institute, Sector-26, Chandigarh. The Junior Group comprising of Jaspartap Singh, Divleen Madaan, Hardik Handa, Kartik Jindal, Aryan Masih of class VII secured the first position at State level and has been selected for the Nationals to be held at Pune.
Laam Exporama was hosted by Bhavan Vidalaya, Panchkula. St Kabir students stood first in ‘KAGZI KRITI’ , second in ‘MIXED BAG’ and third in ‘AND THE TROPHY GOES TO’
Sara Bhattal won three gold medals in the 100m, 200m, 400m race
U-14 Girls team got the 2nd position in 4x100m Relay Race
U-14 Boys team got the 3rd position in 4x100m Relay Race
The U- 14 team of boys of our school played the final match against St Stephen’s School, Sec-45, Chandigarh. They won the final match by 4 wickets.
Ajayvir Singh Grewal of class IX stood IIIrd in the Tournament.
St Kabir (U-19) Girls’ Team stood IIIrd in the Championship.
The U-17 team of boys played the final match against St. Stephen’s School, Sector-45, Chandigarh. Our team won the final match by 5 wickets.
U-17 Girls Played final match against St. Xavier’s School, Sec-44, Chd. at St. Xavier’s School, Sec-44, Chd. on 11th Nov. 2016. St Kabir Girls Team stood Runner’s up in the tournament.
U-14 Boys Played final match against St. Joseph’s School, Sec-44, Chd.
U-14 Girls Played final match against Ryan Int. School, Sec-49, Chd.
Both the teams stood First in the Tournament.
U-17 Girls got IIIrd position. They played against G.H.S, Kamwala, Chd.
U-14 Boys played final match against G.N.P.S-36, Chandigarh at Shivalik Public School, Sec-41, Chandigarh on 25th July to 29th July 2016. St. Kabir Boys Team stood First in the Tournament.
20 students of St Kabir Public School, Chandigarh attended YPS, Patiala MUN from 14th to 16th November 2015. The theme for the MUN was ‘Vasudhavakutumbakam- The world is one stage”. It brought 250 students of 28 schools from India and abroad together on the same platform to discuss various issues concerning world peace and security. Our students left no stone unturned to bag the Winner’s trophy for Best Delegation. Pranav Aggarwal was given the Secretary General’s Best Delegate Award and received Rs. 4000 in cash and a set of gold plated pens. Anchit Jasuja, Ashmeet Singh, Rajbir Singh Sodhi, Shayan Yaseen, Rakshita Kochhar and Prarabhd Bhatia received a special mention. Harnoor Singh Sethi, Shresht Jain, Chetanya Mittal and Pryas Jain received High Commendation from the Committee. Pranav Gupta, Vanshaj Chawla, Samyak Jain, Aadil Goyal, Angad Arora, Gurbal Singh, Arjun Vij, Daksh Walia and Devansh Soni received participation certificates. Mr. Papai Sengupta, Chief General Manager, State Bank of Patiala gave away the prizes to the winners.
Molly Carver Cricket Tournament U-17 (Boys) held St. Stephen’s School, Sec-45, Chandigarh. Our Team won the match. Our Capt. Anirudh Tandon got Man of the Series and Man of the Match, Naman got best fielder trophy.
1. In the U-17 category for boys, Gursahib Singh from class X-A won a gold medal in the 300m race.
2. In the U-14 category for girls, Sara Bhattal of class VI-A won a gold medal in the 200m race.
1. Maurvi Malik of class I-A won a gold medal in Rink Race I and silver medal in the Road Race.
Workshop –I 10a.m – 11.15a.m
Vocabulary/Landmarks Lateral Thinking
Workshop – II 11.30am – 12.15a.m
Current Affairs/World Leaders/Rare Earth/Lateral Thinking
IF BOTH THEN RS. 4000/-
Rs, 1000/- Discount
Classes I to VI 9am – 11am
Classes VII to XII 11am – 1pm
Fees – 3200/-
1. BASKETBALL : (For Boys & Girls)
Timing – 6.00 AM to 7.30 AM
Classes – III to X CHARGES – RS.650.00 ONLY
2. FOOTBALL : ( For Boys only)
Timing – 6.00 AM to 7.30 AM
Classes – III to VII CHARGES – RS.650.00 ONLY
3. SKATING : (For Boys & Girls)
Timing – 7.30 AM to 9.00 AM Classes – (K.G. to VIII)
CHARGES – RS.650.00 ONLY
4. CRICKET : (For Boys only)
Timing- 7.30 AM to 9.00 AM Classes – III to VIII, Boys Under-14 age
CHARGES – RS.650.00 ONLY
If a child wants to take part in two games, he/she needs to pay Rs.900/-
Transportation : Those children who want to avail the bus facility for the above games, the transportation charges are as under :-
TO & FRO Chandigarh – Rs. 1200/- Panchkula- Rs. 1350/- Mohali – Rs. 1400/-
ONE WAY Chandigarh – Rs. 900/- Panchkula- Rs.1015/- Mohali – Rs. 1050/-
The Real Super Humans
• When I saw a T.V. show about super humans on earth,
I felt some people were missing in the presentation.
As of respect & credit there’s a dearth,
For the people who indirectly shape a nation.
• If somebody asked me about today’s godly incarnations,
Or of the most influential peace preachers.
I’d immediately point out to the pioneers of education,
The immortal, indomitable teachers.
• They are like a beacon of light,
In the darkest of times.
Even in the darkest, shrillest of nights,
In my mind their calming voice does chime.
• Teachers to me are reminiscent of candles,
To students tired, weary and lost.
For any situation they fearlessly handle,
Helping us at probably any cost.
• Their knowledge bank is so vast,
Yet their thirst for knowledge is never quenched.
They effortlessly learn from the present and the past,
With pieces of wisdom their souls are drenched.
• A great saying goes as follows,
Behind every successful man there’s a woman.
But it’s not probably our to-be-spouse who’ll be our hallow,
But a teacher with whom we had so much fun.
• Yet when we look back at these years,
Our own morality we will suspect.
Our eyes will probably be drenched with tears.
On realizing that we didn’t give them enough respect.
• When like us their eyes too are tired, full of weariness,
They suppress it with an unbeatable smile.
As their spirits always show fullness,
Aiming to go that extra mile.
• A lot else I can say,
About teachers-our guides true.
As from our very passing out day,
Oh! Great teachers we will miss you.
• Thank you for shaping up our dreams,
We can forget you never.
Nor your love that flowed in huge streams,
As in our hearts you are etched forever.
• In our lifetimes you teach without a fuss,
All kinds of intelligent or nasty creatures.
So indeed it is inevitable for us,
To salute you – Oh! Great teachers.
• To these perfectionists we pay our tribute,
Our ‘Real Super Humans’ we give you a heartfelt salute.
SELF COMPOSED POEM BY
Daksh Walia – Class – IX
EVERY DAY IS A NEW DAY
Yesterday was history, Tomorrow will be a mystery
Today is a Gift that is why it’s called a present
Every day is a new day
Bending our knees to the God we pray
Happiness we desire, Sorrows we depart
The ups and downs are all a part of his creative art
With smiles on our faces each other we greet
Towards the worlds success we proceed our happy feet
Life with just ups and down’s is yet to be seen
But let’s face it; life has to work like an E.C.G machine.
Today’s fine, tomorrow can be better
The best use of Experience can make me Trendsetter
The world seems to be changing, or it’s just me growing up?
Even my 2 year old ‘Tommy’ is no longer a pup.
Steps of life, I will be stepping
No future, No past, in the present, will I be living
Aiming to my dreams, I shall look forward
Fear no obstacle, I am not a coward
Mistakes I did and those that will be done
I am a human being and I am ‘His’ son
Every mistake we do, seems no less that a potential cancer
But forgive & forget is the key to the answer
Keeping the phrase ‘NOTHING ALRIGHT’ aside
Thinking bright and moving towards the right side
As every day is anew day
In the past we shall not stay
As it has already gone away
Tomorrow again will be a new day
Trying my shoe lace, to my school I say
Hey ‘I AM ON MY WAY’
SELF COMPOSED By Rahul Walia
Roads go ever ever on,
Over rock and under tree,
By caves where never sun has shone,
By streams that never find the sea;
Over snow by winter sown,
And through the merry flowers of June,
Over grass and over stone,
And under mountains in the moon.
Ekam Singh Gill
In my hand I hold a ball,
White and dimpled, rather small,
Oh, how bland it does appear.
This harmless looking little sphere….
By its size I could not guess….
The awesome strength it does possess…
But since I fell beneath its spell….
I’ve wandered through the fires of hell…
My life has not been quite the same….
It rules my mind for hours on end….
A fortune it has made me spend….
It has made me swear and yell and cry….
I hate myself and want to die….
It promises a thing called par…
If I can hit straight and far…
To master such a tiny ball…
Should not be very hard at all….
But my desires the ball refuses….
And does exactly like it chooses…
It hooks and slices dribbles and dies….
And even disappears before my eyes…
Often it will take a whim….
To hit a tree or take a swim…
With miles of grass on which to land….
It finds a tiny patch of sand…
Then has me offering up my soul…
If only it would find the hole….
It’s made me whimper like a pup…
And swear that I will give it up…
And take a drink to ease my sorrow…
But the ball very well knows….
I’ll be back tomorrow!!!!!!