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Students of XI-C have read Othello by Shakespeare as a part of their language reading text.

In class we have discussed, debated, critiqued and analyzed the main characters - Othello, Desdemona and Iago. We have also discussed extensively about the dynamics and nuances of relationships.

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January 23,2015

Ms Joanne Elvy, Director of International Recruitment at Algoma University (Ontario) and Ms Anjali Anand Seth, Manager (Operations), CUAC interacted with students of Grade X and XI on the 20th of January 2015. They focused on the educational opportunities available in universities outside the country, accessibility, courses, admission process, fee structure, scholarships etc. The talk was aimed at guiding students in making informed choices based on their interests. The students were also given advice on how to plan and make decisions about work and learning. It was an interactive session aimed at information, and focus on the realities of studying outside the

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Circular Number:Circular No.11



Sector – 38 B




Circular No.11                                                                                                January 30, 2015

Dear Parents,


As we progress towards a healthy life and presumed efficiency, we think that we are becoming smarter and are working better. However, there is an alert, we need to wake up to. We need to know that in this world of possibilities, something more dangerous is happening in the younger circuit. All this is happening at the cost of our families largely through social media.

Keeping that in mind, here are some facts on cyber crime and cyber-plugin reality. These are not custom-made but our children are hooked on to an irreversible change. They have been entrapped by the computer bug.

Hip hopping may not always be well-intentioned and it’s leading to a lot of panic, anxiety and maladies that are leading to a new factor of crime in our homes.

The following points need to be considered by all of us:

  1. Let’s supervise
  2. Be aware of laws related to cyber facility
  3. Age appropriate downloading according to child’s needs and requirements
  4. Teach them information management
  5. It is Killing talent as children are just plugged to the computer instead of working.
  6. Changing work culture and ethics of working
  7. True spirit of hard work is dying
  8. Leading to flexi-working
  9. Communication and emotional links are breaking, only virtual relationships are existing


In due course of time children will become paperless and unaccountable and will lack real interaction on how to present themselves and deal with situations and people.

We need to:

  1. Safeguard our children.
  2. Educate them.
  3. Face reality & not shirk & blame.
  4. Focus on improvement for better life.



Children are seeking quick-fix remedies and their exciting journeys are leading to a fashionable disease through computer.

There is a combined responsibility to bring a struggling balance between  keeping pace and in handling of the new computer stress. As parents we need to be more mindful and aware of what our children are doing at home. In school there is no provision of opening social media links.

We urge parents to look into and understand how dangerous limited or lack of information about cybercrime could be. Several cases have been reported where sociopaths have picked up personal details from facebook accounts of young children and then threatened them of dire consequences if they do not respond to their demand for money.

This is serious business and we all together the parents, society and school have to make a commitment to create a safe environment to protect our children.

Please find enclosed the following for your ready reference

1. An article by one of our own students

2. Information on cyber laws.

We solicit your co operation for the safety and well being of our children.


Warm regards




Ms. P. K. Singh




Internet addiction in children

Are you feeling upset and angry quite often? Experiencing moodiness when you are unable to access your computer? Do you feel incomplete unless you have the screen monitor in front of you? You are one among the many folks who are facing the problem of internet addiction. This is a very real and growing health concern. Here’s what you need to watch out for.

Internet addiction is when you are so addicted to being online( that includes social networking, gaming, chat, adult content, work) that you cannot function normally as an individual without being on it.

People who are internet addicts will find it soothing to be online and chatting to their friends or virtual interactions but be uncomfortable in a real social situation. There is a sensation of being disconnected when they interact with people offline.

There is no track of time while using the internet, the individual may neglect food, self care, hygiene and other responsibilities in the home or around them.

The individual may also be addicted to certain kinds of content or online activity such as gambling. This is still more a serious problem and will need to be addressed at the root level which may in reality be an addiction to something else altogether.

If your child is withdrawn, angry, upset or not participating in activities except online, you may want to pay attention to his or her online activities and make them participate in other interests over a period of time.

If the time spent is inappropriate, or the child finds it difficult to switch off the system/ shut it down at night, there is a problem. Do check if it is a regular occurrence or just a one time incident for some download that he or she may be doing. Waking up at odd hours and chatting and staying online without sleep is all signs of  a problem.

Check if your child reacts very strongly if you cut off internet access. Do they appear disturbed, depressed or overly angry? You may need to seek outside help if such symptoms are seen.

Keep a tab on the hours of internet use and also keep track of your child’s academic life. If they are falling behind or unable to perform due to any reason, then do check with the teacher about their behavior. Talk to your child, find time to discuss with your child and let them know it is okay to make mistakes but it is important to not let anything be the master of their time and life.


Reference by Harshdeep Mangat

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December 23,2014

Scholastic Book Fair

The Scholastic Book Fair is back!! Books, journals, encyclopedias, games and many more will be available on sale at the Scholastic Book Fair. The Fair will on the 24th of December, 2014 in the school basement between 8:30 am and 1:00 pm.

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SAANYA OJHA - LIFER - 1997- 2012

Currently at the Wharton Business School, University of Pennsylvania, USA

It is nice to be back to school. For some even better…

Saanya Ojha, an alumnus of Vivek High School, sector 38 (batch of 2012) spoke with students of grade 10, 11 and 12 on “Thinking about life after School”. She spoke about the various courses and subjects offered by universities in the United States of America and the criteria used for evaluation by universities for applications while laying stress on the quality and content of the essay that goes with each application.

She also highlighted the challenges and common misconceptions held about studying outside India and how to overcome those by following the correct procedures in the application process. She also shared her many and varied experiences while studying at the Wharton Business School and how it has helped her evolve and grow as a person. The students cleared many doubts they had and also gained a better insight into a different system of education and circumstances that maybe faced whilst studying and staying in another country.

Saanya Ojha graduated from Vivek High School in 2012. She is currently studying at the Wharton Business School, University of Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania has been consistently ranked as the world's best undergraduate business programme. She has the distinction of being an international student on a full scholarship and is a part of a selective programme called the Huntsman program - a dual degree specialization programme in business studies and international studies which enrolls only 45 students.

Throughout her time at the University, Saanya has received the highest academic honours. Not only has she consistently been placed on the coveted Deans list every year for academic excellence but she is also a Joseph Wharton Scholar as well as a Benjamin Franklin Scholar for her outstanding contribution to the University environment. She is an honoured member of the National French Honour Society in the United States. Her research paper has been published by the University Press. This summer, she had the distinction of receiving an internship offer from JP Morgan in New York in her second year of college. Post her summer stint on Wall Street she has recently received a placement offer from JP Morgan to pursue investment banking at their New York office.

Saanya, we at Vivek are proud of you. God Bless.

Anmol Rattan Singh Bains

Anmol Rattan Singh Bains has done Vivek high proud by receiving 97.6% in CBSE grade 12 Board exam. He has many achievement to his credit beside a brilliant academic record.

We are proud of you Anmol!

Anmol Rattan Singh Bains was the CAAP leader of Square one club, Tgelf( The Golbal Education and leadership Foundation). He attended a Round Square service project at Kata Pathar, Dehradun. He was actively involved in the MUN clubs and took part in the International VHS MUN 2012 as the delegate of USA. He was a scholarship holder in Grade IX & X

Apurv Gupta

We are so proud of you Apurv Gupta an alumnus of the Vivek High School (batch of 2012) is studying in the U K. He has worked with the Scottish Parliament in arranging events on Nuclear Non-Proliferation with cross party group of Nuclear Disarmament. He has been a delegate at the United Nations Framework convention on Climate Change at Warsaw, Poland and interned at the United Nations Headquarter in New York. Currently, he is the Youth President, United Nations Association, United Kingdom and President United Association Edinburgh Youth. He also functions as Vice-President UNICEF, UK on campus. It is indeed a proud moment for Chandigarh and his Alma Mater for the creditable achievements made in a short period of 18 months. Apurv, we all at Vivek High are proud of you. Well done!

Congratulations ! Ms Farah Shamsi

We all at Vivek High are delighted with Ms Farah Shamsi being awarded the “Harnessing Creativity” Education Prize 2014 at the national level by the Global Education & Leadership Foundation (tGELF). The Global Education & Leadership Foundation (tGELF) is focussed on ethical leadership, altruism and professional development of teachers. It is tGELF’s endeavor to identify and harness the creativity of school teachers who have changed the ethos in their classrooms by having a positive impact on students and by encouraging curiosity and excitement about learning. tGELF honours these teachers by awarding the “Harnessing Creativity” Education Prize. Ms Shamsi was selected post a rigorous selection process that spanned 3 rounds, by an eminent and varied jury. The final round was adjudged by an International panel. The panel included Ms Susan Edwards, Head – Global Concern, United World College, South East Asia; Dr. Kenneth K Wong, Chair - Department of Education, Brown University and Ms Wendy Parmley, Founding Partner & CEO, Transcontinental School Innovation Alliance (TSIA). Out of hundreds of entries from all over India, 10 finalists were selected in 2 rounds and they were then further screened in a final round. The award includes a cash award of Rupees 1 lakh and a citation with the additional benefit of publication of a compilation of the best ideas.

Ms Reetika Khanna

We congratulate VHS Staff Member, Ms Reetika Khanna on being selected for the Distinguished Fulbright Awards in Teaching Program. The purpose of the Fulbright Program is to increase mutual understanding between the people of the United States and those in other countries. By living and working in the United States, Ms Reetika will have the opportunity to learn about their culture, society and educational system and share her insights with colleagues at the University Maryland, area schools and educational associations. As part of this program this year,she will study together with 20 teachers from Argentina, Finland and India .

Ms Preeti Sharma

VHS Staff Member, Ms Preeti Sharma was awarded the National ICT Award for School Teachers. She was felicitated by the Honorable President of India, Sh Pranab Mukerjee on 5 September 2012 in Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi. This award is given in recognition of effective and innovative integration of ICT in promoting students\' learning. The award facilitates those teachers who have enhanced student learning by effectively and innovatively integrating technology supported learning into the school curriculum and subject teaching, and thereby promoted enquiry-based cooperative-collaborative learning using ICT amongst students. Teachers of primary, upper primary, secondary and higher secondary schools are eligible for this award.

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