Monday, December 12, 2016

 Smt. Gyan Devi Memorial Debate Competition

Adarsh Public School, Delhi organised Smt. Gyan Devi Memorial Debate Competition on 25th November 2016.
Students from 35 schools across Delhi participated in this competition.
Dev Sareen, President of our Interact Club was awarded as Second Best Speaker.
He got a Trophy and a Cash Prize of Indian Rupee symbol.svg1200.


-Aakhir Kaha Kho Gayi Delhi
(A street play on cleanliness)

"School competitions do bring out the best in children, but when children decide to rise a level higher and transform the spirit of competition to the spirit of creating awareness in society, there is hope for a better tomorrow!"
The children of Kulachi Hansraj Model School's Theatre Club : 'Abhivyakti' in association with Asmita Theatre Group performed a power packed street play "Gumshudaa: Aakhir Kahan Kho Gai Dilli" directed by Arvind Gaur sir.

It was performed in every nook and corner of Jahangir Puri and Pitampura aiming to aware people about the fact that the degrading environment, spreading of diseases in the capital city, Delhi is actually because of we, the people.

The children gave their best by enthusiastically conveying the message that it all has to start from us.We all should take action at our own level to keep our city clean. 
People gathered in leaps and bounds to witness the play and were willing to change themselves for a better future.

Such street plays give a platform to actually connect with the real world and do something for a changed and better tomorrow!


Kulachi Hansraj Model School organised a Cultural Exchange Programme this year.

Visit to Romania:-

Twenty students of our school got a golden opportunity to visit Romania. They got a glimpse of Romanian culture and tradition.

Cultural Meet at School 

The cultural meet was held in our school.

It saw presence of students from countries across the globe- Russia, Germany, Egypt, Indonesia and many more. They all gave many graceful performances by dancing and singing, each depicting their culture.


Everyone was left mesmerized by the power-packed performance given by the students of our school, through which they got a taste of Indian Culture, Customs and Traditions.

Our Interactors participated in the program wholeheartedly.


-Rights for those who donot have a voice...

The Nine is Mine Campaign focuses on "Seeking all rights for all children" in India.

The Nine is Mine project celebrated it's 10th year of Child Rights Day 24th November 2016. 

The event saw presence of members of UNICEF who shared their words of wisdom regarding Child Rights.

The members of Interact Club of our school participated in the event with full ardour.

Many innovative performances were presented by Group "YASH" throwing light on problems faced by children of socially deprived groups like Gender Inequality, Poor Sanitation, Child Marriage and so on...

The event was a successful attempt at strengthening lives by sensitizing youth of our nation.