In the wake of the rising number of dog bite cases in the city, our school had invited Ms Payal Sodhi , the founding trustee of The People for Animals, Chandigarh , for an enlightening session for the students. Children were made aware of the objectives of the PFA and on how to prevent dog bites. PFA is an organization with the main objective of setting up hospitals and care centres for the sick and abandoned animals found in the city. It spearheads a popular movement for respecting all forms of life on this earth. Ms. Payal emphasized on the reasons of the increasing numbers of dog bites and said that it is our duty to protect ourselves and not provoke stray animals. The students then pledged that they would always support the other life forms on the planet. The pupils were encouraged to help stray animals and register them with the PFA. Overall, it was a very informative morning for the students as well as the staff members.
|SNO||SUBJECT CODE||STUDENT NAME||TOTAL||PERCENTAGE|
|10||2783415||GEHNA KAUR KAPANY||469||93.8|
|18||2783419||JAIDEEP SINGH LALLI||465||93|
|21||2783355||JAGANDEEP SINGH PAUL||463||92.6|
|28||2783352||RANVIR SINGH CHHINA||460||92|
|34||2783433||AMANDEEP SINGH GUJRAL||454||90.8|
|39||2783339||ANANTJOT SINGH SARAON||450||90|
|47||2783439||UADY BIR SINGH||447||89.4|
|57||2783379||SARTAJ SINGH SUDAN||443||88.6|
|61||2783446||VIDUR VIKRAM AHUJA||439||87.8|
|63||2783443||ADITYA VINAYAK KOUL||435||87|
|69||2783427||MANJOT KAUR ALANGH||427||85.4|
|72||2783454||YUVRAJ SINGH KHAIRA||424||84.8|
|77||2783369||GURPUNEET SINGH GILL||416||83.2|
|85||2783421||JAYSICA KAUR SIDHU||412||82.4|
|94||2783393||SAMAR SINGH VIRDI||400||80|
|96||2783365||GURUPKAAR SINGH SIDHU||399||79.8|
|99||2783451||FATEH SINGH LALLY||392||78.4|
|105||2783430||AMANPREET SINGH PANNU||377||75.4|
|107||2783341||MANRAJ SINGH AHLUWALIA||363||72.6|
|109||2783344||SUMER SINGH KHURANA||361||72.2|
Congratulations to the staff, the students and Vivek fraternity. A quick glance at the summary of the result is as under:
97% students above 60%
93% students above 70%
81% students above 80%
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Vivek High School under 19 Football team stood 3rd in the recently held Strawberry Field Football Cup. The team played against YPS Mohali whom they defeated by one goal.
Well done boys ! Keep it up.
Rabustat of class XII represented Chandigarh U-19 Football team in the 62nd National School Games held at Telangana from April 26,2017 to April 30,2017
Well done Rabustat ! Keep it up.
Earth Day 2017’s campaign is environmental and climate literacy. On the website, www.earthday.org, this years objective has been stated as..
“Education is the foundation for progress. We need to build a global citizenry fluent in the concepts of climate change and aware of its unprecedented threat to our planet. We need to empower everyone with the knowledge to inspire action in defense of environmental protection.
Environmental and climate literacy is the engine not only for creating green voters and advancing environmental and climate laws and policies but also for accelerating green technologies and jobs.”
Students from the Eco Club presented a dance and audio visual, where they created awareness about the legacy that this generation has to protect and forward to the next one. The presentation started with telling the students about the disappearance of the common sparrow from our cities in India, due to the growth of cities and consequent increase in construction; which has diminished the nesting spaces for the bird. It closed with an appeal to preserve and protect all plant and animal life.
Dr Ritesh Arya(PhD) founder of Arya Drillers is an eminent hydrogeologist working towards the exploration and development of groundwater resources in Himalayas since 1993. He has made a sincere and dedicated effort to solve the drinking water problem on a sustainable basis in draught hit areas of the mountain states, due to which his name has featured in the GUINNESS book of WORLD RECORDs. He was the first to classify Himalayas into various Hydrostratigraphic zones and made models to explain occurrence and movement of groundwater resources in Himalayas.
Students from classes 4 to 12 were engaged in an interesting and informative session by Dr. Arya today. He shared a small part of his immense knowledge, which was anything but small. From 65 billion years to the last 100 years, students were provided with significant learning on the various stages of evolution of and on the planet Earth; of changes over millions of years, the markers, archaeological evidences that provide proof of evolution and the times gone by. From plate movements, to glacial markers to lost river civilisations, it was an eye opener for teachers too.
Aadil Bedi won the Western India Amateur Golf Championship, held at Mumbai recently. He won by 7 shots and is one of the youngest Indians in the junior category. He was also placed third in the True Vision Junior International Golf Championship held in Thailand.
He has been selected to represent India at the Singapore International Amateur Championship to be held at Singapore, next month.
Aryan Singh of class 7 was the 1st runners –up in the recently heldAll India Junior Tournament heldat Kolkata recently.
Tanish Kumar of class 4 won the 1st runners-up trophy in the Junior Boys CLTA Orange Courts Tennis Tournament recently.
Mokshita Sharma of class 11, participated in the 1st Tricity Shooting Championship recently. She was awarded with a Gold medal in the Air Peep Sight (10m) in the Junior Women category.
Congratulations Mokshita !
Ibadat Kaur of class 9 represented Chandigarh in the U-17 Lawn Tennis team at the 62nd National School Games held at Mysore between 17 and 21 January.
Well done Ibadat!
Aryan Sethi of class 6 won the 2nd prize in the North Zone Golf Tournament held between the 19-20 of January, 2017, at the Chandigarh Golf Club.
Tripat Anchal Kaur of class10 won a gold medal in the Senior State Rowing Championship held at the Sukhna Lake on 11 January, 2017. She shall now represent Punjab at the Senior National Rowing Championships at Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh.
Minal Jain and Ankita Markan are presently in Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh representing Chandigarh U-19 Basketball team in the 62nd National School Games
All the best !
Adishree Bhasin won a bronze medal in the CBSE National held at New Delhi in December, 2016.
She also won two Gold and one Silver medal in the Haryana State Championship where she was awarded with the Championship trophy and has been selected to represent Haryana in the Open National to be held at Bengaluru this month.
Congratulations Adishree !
It is with great sadness that we are sharing the news of the sad demise of our colleague and friend, Ms Priyanka Mohan. Priyanka was an educator at Vivek High school for eleven years. She joined us in 2005 in the junior wing and taught students in class 1. Warm, soft spoken and gentle Priyanka, had undying resolve and determination too. Her long and hard fought battle with cancer saw her win the odds and she continued to teach, engage and shoulder all her responsibilities at school with aplomb, cheer and utmost dedication. She embodied the definition of a brave heart.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to her family. Priyanka with her caring ways, grit and determination will live in our hearts forever.
Datesheet - Class X and Cass XIIClick here to download
Aditi Kaushik 8
Gursher Dhanoa 9A
Sehj Pratap Singh Sekhon 9A
Have been selected to Chandigarh in the U-17 Basketball team in the 62nd National School Games, that will be held at Chhattisgarh between 26-30 December, 2016.
Sadgi Kaur 7 D
Prachi Bhatia 8D
Mudit Madan 8D
Were a part of the Chandigarh U – 14 Basketball team in the 62nd National School Games held at Raj Nand Gaon, Chhattisgarh.
December 23,2016Click here to download
December 23,2016Click here to download
In our endeavor to continuously give our students a holistic education, students of class 10 were addressed by Colonel Navreet Singh, a cardiologist at the Command Hospital, Western Command, Chandimandir, in a session on basic life support techniques.
Colonel Singh, whose ward is a student at Vivek High, shared the importance of immediate and effective life support in the event of an emergency. He stated that if basic life support techniques are administered immediately, chances of survival increase by 400%. He also shared that the World Health Organisation endorses the training of children above the age of 12 in basic life saving techniques.
Students were shown videos, educated with facts and more importantly learnt to perform CPR on a life like model that had the same weight and physiological structure as that of a human being. They learnt how to check for vital signs, the correct posture, the depth of compressions and the frequency required to resuscitate in the event of an emergency and practiced the same on the model. The students responded with enthusiasm and responsibility towards the programme and teachers also underwent training in the same.
Safety first is a dictate that is taken seriously at Vivek High. In the past week, students were educated on the correct way to evacuate incase of natural calamities and unforeseen circumstances, through a presentation in the assembly, reiteration through display boards and discussions by class teachers.
Today, a mock drill was carried out in the entire school, to gauge the efficiency and effectiveness of this training. Children were led out in files, into demarcated assembly areas. They were then led to the school grounds, for a presentation by the Chandigarh Fire Department on the types of fires, how to combat them and the precautionary measures to ensure no untoward incidents.
The following students did the school proud with their achievements in the Athletic Meet:
Uday Bath- 800mt Bronze medal
Prachi Bhatia - 600mt Gold medal
Ustat Kharbanda – High Jump, Silver medal
Ankita Markan – 400mt Bronze medal & 800mt Bronze medal
Tripat Anchal Kaur of class 10 participated in the State Rowing Championship held at Sukhna Lake last week. She won two gold medals in the competition.
The school U-19 Girls Basketball team did well in the recently held UT Inter School Basketball tournament held at the sec42 sports complex. They were adjudged as the second runners – up.
Our students recently attended the tGELF - Harmony 2016 Conference at Scottish High International School, Gurgaon from 25 November to 27 November.
Class 10 students, Agam Mann, Satyark Sharma and Jai Pannu, received the award for ‘Best Editing’ in the ‘Reel to Real’ National Final. The film showcases more than 50 locations of Chandigarh in less than 5 minutes in a roller – coaster experience. The students received many compliments from the judges and learnt a lot from this experience.
December 2,2016Click here to download
Anahita Khanna, Jaidep Singh Lalli and Gehna Kaur Kapany participated in the India Today Cup, held at the Vasant Valley School, New Delhi. The team won 2 out of the three debates they participated in.
The Punjab Public School, Nabha hosted a “Knowledge Conclave”. Our students from class 12 participated in the English debate. The team included Anahita Khanna, Mehul Khurana and Jaideep Singh Lalli.
Anahita Khanna was adjudged as the ‘Best Speaker’ in the semi finals and was awarded a trophy along with a special mention from the Headmaster of the school.
The annual Chuckerbutty Debate held at the Doon School campus recently, saw Vivek team - Gehna Kaur Kapany, Jaideep Singh Lalli and Mehar Kahlon being adjudged as the third best team.
This was the diamond jubilee year of the debate which was started in the memory of Nabendu Chuckerbutty, a teacher of the Doon School.
Ganemat Sekhon of class 10 won two Silver medals in the senior and junior category in the Clay Pigeon Skeet shooting championship at the 60th National Shotgun Championship held at Jaipur in the month of November. She won a team Gold medal for the state of Punjab in the same event.
She has also achieved the highest score in the junior category and equaled the National Record. In the senior category she is the second highest scorer. Ganemat has also done well in other competitions held earlier this year by winning a Silver medal in the36th North Zone Shooting Championship held at New Delhi and a Bronze medal in the S.K. Kapoor Grand Prix held at Jaipur.
With a lot of hardwork and dedication she is now ranked as the no.1 Skeet Shooter in Junior Women and also ranked as the No.2 Skeet Shooter in Senior Women in India.
Precious Bansal, a student of class 1 participated in the recently held Chandigarh Chess Championship. The Championship was for students under 15 years of age in two categories, open and girls. A total of 83 boys and girls participated in this competition. The Chandigarh Association selected Precious to represent the city in the Open U -15 National Championship to be held at New Delhi later this month.
Congratulations Precious !
Adishree Bhasin participated in the CBSE North Zone cluster and won gold in the 1000 mt and bronze in the 500 mt skating events.
Congratulations Adishree !!
Sahaij and Japji are presently at Bangalore to represent the city in the Youth National Basketball Competition.
We wish them the very best.
Aman Pannu represented the UT in Baseball in the 62nd National School Games, held at Chandigarh between the 11 and the 15 of November, 2016. The Chandigarh team won the gold medal in the competition.
Congratulations Aman !
Vivek High held its annual cross country race last week. Students from classes 4 to 12 participated in the same. They were divided into groups and the results were as under:
Classes 4 & 5 – Group D Boys
Group D Girls
Classes 6,7 & 8 – Group C Boys
Group C Girls
Classes 9 & 10 – Group B Boys
Sahaij Pratap Singh Sekhon
Group B Girls
Classes 11 & 12 – Group A Boys
Group A Girls
Gurpurab is the most important and sacred festival in Sikhism. It celebrates the birth of the first Sikh Guru, Guru Nanak. His birth is celebrated on Kartik Poornima, the full moon day in the month of Kartik, or November. The date varies every year, as it is calculated on the basis of the moon in the Hindu calendar.
Students listened to shabad – kirtan by Prof Harinder Singh. Some of his melodious renditions that kept the audience spell bound included, “Nanak chinta mat karo, chinta tis hee main”, “Awal Allaha noor upavai, kudrat ke sab bande, ek noor te sab jag upjaya kaun bhalle ko mande”.
Each and every student received ‘prasada’ after this. Junior students (toddlers – class 3) sat down to a ‘langar’ served by teachers and staff in the school gardens. ‘Langar’ or community eating was introduced by Guru Nanakji and is an inherent part of Sikhism. It teaches the value of community, of all people being equal in the eyes of God, while inculcating the value of ‘seva’.
The Junior Wing play for Founder's, 'Chitty Chitty Bang Bang' is an in-house production of Vivek High School and will be staged at 6:00 pm today in the school auditorium.
A team of highly motivated, talented and dedicated teachers and 115 students of Class 3 have worked together tirelessly for the last few weeks to put up this show. From the script, the music, the choreography, the sets to the direction all have been handled by the Junior Wing staff members.
The emphasis being on participation by all, the students of class 3 were screened for their talents and accordingly cast as singers, dancers and actors.
Loosely based on Ian Fleming's 1964 novel, the play entertains and amuses all with the enactment of various adventure the Pott family has with their car, 'Chitty Chitty Bang Bang'. The audience gets their fill of delightful little melodies and the joys of singing together.
This play carries a message of the need for family to work and think together as a team. The togetherness and love of the Potts family, the ingenuity and enthusiasm for exploration and invention coupled with the cleverness of the magical car become the means to experience adventures.
With team work as a route to success, what better way for teaching values than by sharing the children's experience with this remarkable production. The play is directed by a directorial team headed by Ms Rouble Singh and includes Monica Arora, Selena Singh, Sandy Singh, Namrita Randhawa and Nencepreet Kaur. The music for the play is by Mr. Rajinder Singh assisted by Ms. Ranjana Vasudev. The dances have been beautifully choreographed by Ms. Poonam Sharma. The amazing stage sets are by Ms. Ruma Raj Kumar.
Each year we choose a theme to weave together all our students’ achievements and milestones in conjunction with the world around us. “Ulhaas” – unabashed joy from within … is our theme for the 21st Founders celebrations.
In the exhibition, that you shall be seeing today, 5th of November, 2:30 pm onwards, and tomorrow, 6th of November, 1:30 pm onwards, we shall delight you with our students’ talent honed through experiential learning in various forms of art, theatre and technical skills.
Our tiny tots will have on display their creativity and imagination in ‘Joyous Hues’. Our endeavour is to provide learning, develop gross and fine motor skills through small yet significant actions like cutting, pasting, moulding, painting and folding.
The students of the senior wing, will showcase, special skills in clay modeling, needlework, craft, photography, weaving, gardening, robotics, etc.
A special mention must be made of the new addition this year of the “nukkad natak” format used by the Eco Club and Drama Club to bring home important lessons in environment friendliness and good values. These ten minute shows will be in the school lawns during the exhibition hours.
So come, join in with “ulhaas” with us, this weekend.
The senior school students of Vivek High School, sector 38, will be presenting “Mamma Mia” on the 27th and 28th of October, 2016 at 6:00 pm. The musical directed by Mr. Zubin Mehta “Mamma Mia” is inspired from the Broadway jukebox musical that debuted in 1999 and it was ranked as the 8th longest running show on Broadway, when it finally lowered its curtains in 2015. Today, its adaptations run to a full house from China to Brazil.
The chart topping songs of the Swedish pop group ABBA, have been beautifully woven into the story of a mother and a daughter, and a landmark event in both their lives. Our students have not only worked extremely hard, but also with a maturity and sensibility that is remarkable and praiseworthy.
A special mention must be made of the school choir and the school band, which have under the guidance of Mr. Vikramjeet Singh Mamik, Paulus Paul and Ondry Paul, excelled with the hours of practice to bring back the magic, music and memories of the 70’s.The musical has been choreographed by Ms. Puneet Jewandah and Kritika Sharma and all of this has been held together by the able hands of parent volunteer, Ms Amrita Patti.
Last year the School Annual musical, “Grease” received a Distinction in Grade 5 from the Trinity College of London in the category – Plays in Production (group entry). This year too, we are proud to say that we have entered “Mamma Mia” for evaluation on Grade 5 parameters in the same category- Plays in Production.
The jukebox musical will be adjudged by Mr. Paul A. Trigg, an examiner from the Trinity College of London. He has studied English and Art History at the University of East Anglia and then trained for the stage at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Los Angeles.
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Mokshita Sharma of class XI won a Gold medal in 10m Peep Sight Rifle Shooting in the Junior category of State Shooting Competition.She also won a silver medal in the Senior category.
Well done ! Keep it up. All the best for your future competitions.
Arjun Sameer Kumar of class 8, represented Chandigarh in the 43rd Sub Junior National Basketball Championship organised by the Basketball Federation of India. The championship was conducted by the Hyderabad district basketball association at Saroornagar from 1st to 7th of October, 2016.
Well done! Keep it up.
Anubhav Tuknayat of class 10 represented Chandigarh U-17 Chess team in the 62nd National School Games held at Telangana from October 3,2016 to October 7,2016.
Well done Anubhav ! Keep it up.
Adishree Bhasin of class 5 participated in the UT Inter School Roller Skating competition in the month of September, 2016. She won Silver medals in the Time Trial and Road Race events.
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