Making their way through the national qualifiers round , they managed to bring glory to our school once again. Raghav Hada - 1st position - PowerPoint 2013 Vibhor Vij (Alumni)- Consolation Prize - Word 2013 Tarun Luthra - Consolation Prize - Word 2016 Tushar Aggarwal - Consolation Prize - PowerPoint 2013 Kunal Singhal - Consolation Prize - Excel 2016
In addition to the student awards ,the mentoring guide Ms. Luni Mittal won a special award for her invaluable contribution to COMPUDON
Congratulations to all the braniacs and their torchbearer mentor.
Tarun Luthra (batch 2017-18) won a ₹50000 scholarship at Campus India General Aptitude Scholarship test held on 29th April, 2018. Only 9 students won the scholarship out of 1000+ participants. Congratulations Tarun...Our best wishes for future too!!!
National Science Day was celebrated at National Science Centre, Delhi on 28th February 2018 to mark the discovery of Raman effect by Indian physicist Sir CV Raman. Students of Maharaja Agrasain Public School, Ashok Vihar participated in activities like sit and draw contest and an innovative challenge(Roller coaster making) and brought laurels to the school under the guidance of teacher mentor, Ms. Parul Chauhan. Akshat Goel(IX-F), Yash Singhal(IX-C) and Raj Mishra(IX-F) who participated in the Roller Coaster Making Challenge secured the third position. Riya Goyal(XI-A) and Preksha Jain(IX-A) secured the first position and Arshee Saba(XI-A) got consolation prize in Sit and Draw Contest.
ANOTHER ACCOLADE FOR THE WORTHY SCHOOL AND THE WORTHY PARTICIPANT
MC Sharen Ganesh of class XI B (Science Stream) is ranked among the top 10% participants in the TIMES SPARK SCHORLASHIP EXAM from THE TIMES GROUP held in the academic year 2017-18. He has also been honoured with a PLATINUM CERTIFICATE OF MERIT for his achievement. Congratulations to MC Sharen Ganesh for being a spark of intelligence for
others to follow
Mitsubishi Asian Enikki Festa is a competition where a child can show his /her talent by drawing such pages with their whole hardwork. Many students participated in this competition and were asked to draw five pages describing a whole day of an Indian. The students submitted their work in files and all files were given ahead. After a month, in the month of January the results were declared and many students cleared the level of this competition.In February, the students were given the certificate of participation and also momento, camlin oil pastels and pencil colours as prize of first level.
It was a dream come true for Akshat Gupta, Khushi Jain, Vrinda Maheswari, Aditi Chauhan & Rishabh Jain to represent not only our school but Delhi state also at 25th National Children Science Congress (27th -31st Dec) held at Science City, Ahmedabad, Gujarat under the able guidance of Ms.Ruchi Sharma . The event was organized by Deptt. of Science, Govt. of India. The well appreciated project was presented by our group leader Akshat Gupta; our budding gems received laurels by Hon’ble Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani. It is worthy to mention that there were 662 projects in total not only from India but also from other Asian countries like Laos, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Qatar, Philippines, Myanmar, Kuwait and Bahrain.
ANOTHER MILESTONE REACHED BY THE STUDENTS OF MAPS. Muskan
and Nandini Pathak of class X won the CBSE Regional Level Competition wherein
they presented their Maths Model under the theme ‘Innovations for Sustainable
Development’. They have now entered the national level of the same.
Congratulations to both and the guide teacher Ms. Divya Jain.