Monday, August 12, 2019

10th Annual Extemporary Debate
30th July 2019

The Interact Cub of Kulachi Hansraj ,  in association with our parent club, Rotary Club of Delhi Garden City  , sponsored by Sonalika International hosted the 10th Annual Inter School Extempore Debate on July 30, 2019 at India International
Centre, New Delhi.

Conceived to bring the best debating talent amongst the youth, this year also
there was participation of 16 leading schools from Delhi-NCR.
The debate is conducted with aim to promote discussion and awareness
amongst the youth on contemporary issues faced by the society as a

The event started by invoking goddess Durga by lighting a lamp of knowledge
and prayer. followed by a classical dance performance by interactor Lavanya Kundra. Opening ceremony started with the welcome address by Ms. Seema Lal, Incharge Interact Club and rules about the debate were briefed by  by Mr.
Vivek Kataria (Director-  Young Generation).

This debate is focused on topics related to issues which the whole world is
facing as -
Will humanity cease to exist in the upcoming 100 years ‘
 or humans are engineering their own extinction through technology’. Contestants from
our school (Jasmine Das and Radhika Narula) have spoken well on the topic
‘Humanity is better off today than it will be 100 years from now’. In this topic
the main focus was on Robots, artificial intelligence and many social aspects
like Right to vote to women in India ,etc. This debate also focused on national
issues like ‘ Hindutva agenda' will destroy the founding idea of India.’

The most amazing point of the debate is the prize money was Rs.50,000/-. 

The winner team was DPS International,Saket who bagged the Rolling Trophy and cash prize of Rs. 10, 000/- each.
Runners up prize was won by Step by Step ,Noida with an amount of ruppes
5000/- each . 
The best speaker award was won by Medhansh Kumar of DPS with
Rs. 10,000/- as cash prize.
The second best speaker award was taken  by Uday Ahuja of Step by Step with a cash prize of Rs. 5000/-. 
Most innovative speaker
award was won by Junid Ali Farookhi of Gyan Bharati with cash prize of Rs. 5000/-

The day ended with inspiring words by Mr. Deepak verma ( Head of Debating
society of India), Miss. Surbhi Mittal (Director of Sonalika International) and
Mrs. Vibhuti Sharma (President of Rotary club of Delhi Garden City).

Reporters- Yatin and Kratika
Photographers: Hittarth & Yash.

Saturday, May 25, 2019


On May 3rd, 2019, Kulachi Interact club visited the St. Mary's old age home. As the interactors entered the premises, we were led to a beautiful old victorian style building by the coordinator of the old age home. There, the coordinator told us about the history of this place and how it's connected to colonial British times. We were then led to the rooms of the old ladies residing there and greeted them.


They were extremely wise and told us about their lives and spiritual tales. Seeing them made us realize how important it is to appreciate and respect our elders. Our presence made them feel delighted and we sang and performed for them which brought smiles to their faces.

We took along cooks from our canteen who prepared a delicious brunch which was enjoyed by all of us.

In the end, members from our club gave the old ladies gift baskets. It was a memorable experience and sensitized us towards our elders.

Tuesday, April 16, 2019


Interact is Rotary International’s service club for young people of ages 12 to 18. Our club is recognised worldwide. Every year members of Interact get the opportunity to indulge in various community service projects like Blood Donation Camp, Visit to the Orphanage, Visit to Old Age Home, etc. Interactors get a chance to develop sensitivity towards the community and enhance their leadership and managerial skills.

Interested students are expected to submit their responses in the given format by 22nd April, 2019. The format is also available on our blog-


Interact Club Membership Form 2019-20

  1. Name:
  2. Class and Section:
  3. Are you already an Interact Club member? (Yes/No)
  4. Why do you want to join Interact Club? (50-70 words)
  5. Are you a member of any other running club in the school? If yes, please mention the details.
  6. Have you ever been given a position of responsibility in school (prefect, captain, head boy/girl)? If yes, please mention the post.
  7. Mention your hobbies, exceptional talents, and achievements. (50-70 words)
  8. Are you computer savvy? If yes, what are you good at?
  9. Give ideas of community service projects that the club can take up this year. (Any 2)
  10. Visit our blog and mention what interested you the most and why. (50-70 words)
  11. If selected as a member of the Interact Club, would you also like to hold any one of the following positions with its Cabinet? If yes, which one and justify why.
President- Overall head of the Cabinet
Vice President- Works with and in absence of the President
Secretary- Next to the President, organizes activities
Cultural Secretary- Manages cultural activities
Sergeant at Arms- Conducts meetings
Treasurer- Manages accounts
Head Editorial Board- Manages the club’s blog and prepares reports
Director- Helping hands to the Cabinet

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Blood Donation Camp
24th November, 2018

On Saturday, 24th November, 2018, Kulachi Interact Club held a blood donation camp. Qualified doctors from Rotary Club came to help us make this attempt a success. Mr. Rajeev Taneja, coordinator from our parent  Rotary Club of Delhi Garden City , came to our school to overlook and manage this drive. Donors who came also got facilities to get their blood pressure, haemoglobin, blood sugar, and body mass index checked. Official reports would be sent to them over email. This was an extremely prestigious event that our club undertakes every year and this time as well, it was a success. We obtained 54 units of blood in total, which can save at least 150 lives! Our club held a rally two days before to spread awareness about the same and due to this many people came to donate blood. The doctors talked about health benefits of giving blood- fresh blood would be formed within 24 hours, which reduces risk of heart disease and cholesterol and reduces harmful iron content. Many donors felt the satisfaction of saving lives after donating blood. Mr. Gaurav Ahuja also made an appearance, encouraged us, and congratulated us for  showing such efforts. All interactors also felt accomplished at the end of the day. We want to thank our teacher coordinates and Mr. Rajeev Taneja to help organise this event.

Awareness for Blood Donation Camp
22nd November, 2018

On Thursday, 22nd November, Kulachi Interact Club held a rally to make residents of Ashok Vihar aware of the blood donation camp that took place on the following Saturday. Every member of the club participated in this march with full enthusiasm and energy. Our club hit all major areas in Ashok Vihar and spread the word. This was also a great opportunity for us to showcase how essential it was to donate blood, as one donation can save three lives! Due to this rally, a mass awareness was created and many residents came to our school to donate.