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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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October 4,2015



Oct 4, 2015

KENNENLERNEN (Getting to know each other)

After a leisurely Sunday morning, where many of the students explored Darmstadt , went rock climbing, cycling and spent time with their exchanges and host families , it was time for the entire group to meet in the Shuldorf Bergstrasse school for the first time on Sunday evening.

On the onset the German group and the Indian group met separately for 10 minutes to discuss and iron out any problems that might have arisen. Thankfully there were none and the entire group seemed to be happy with their exchanges and were very excited too.The teachers and students introduced each other .Thereafter followed a host of ice - breaking activities like saying hello to

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Circular Number:127

U.T. Interschool Lawn Tennis Competition U-19 (Boys)

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August 1,2015

New Arrival

Go Set a Watchman by Harper Lee Go Set a Watchman is set during the mid-1950s and features many of the characters from To Kill a Mockingbird some twenty years later. Scout (Jean Louise Finch) has returned to May comb from New York to visit her father Atticus. She is forced to grapple with issues both personal and political as she tries to understand both her fathers attitude toward society, and her own feelings about the place where she was born and spent her childhood. An instant classic.

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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 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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