Inter State Youth Exchange Programme
Youth interstate exchanges have always provided positive cultural experiences for youth within their own country, and now there is a resource to aid in the exchange process. As part of the nationwide youth Programme, “Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat” Nehru Yuva Sangathan, Gurugram inaugurated the “Inter-State Youth Exchange Programme” 2018-19 at Starex University, Gurugram. The Programme was inaugurated in the presence of various eminent personalities, Shri G L Sharma, Chairman, Dairy Cooperative, Haryana as the Chief Guest, Shri Sahib Singh, State Director as Guest of Honour, Dr. S L Vasishtha, Registrar, Starex University. Among the other dignitaries was Mrs. Pooja Yadav, Mrs. India 2018(2nd Runner-up). As an eminent guest, Ms. Bhavna Chibber, the Vice Principal of the school along with her team and students felt honored to be a part of the Exchange Programme. The Programme also witnessed the students from Telangana who were accommodated for the 15 days exchange programme. The main objective of the exchange programme was to encourage and celebrate unity in diversity, to promote national integration, and to showcase the heritage, custom, and tradition of the country. GGHS inculcates the value “A nation’s culture resides in the hearts and in the soul of its youth” among the students. GGHSians promoted the social cause “Say No to Polybags” which was appreciated by the audience. Such National Programmes proved to be a golden platform for the students to spread the message across the nation.
2nd PRIVATE SCHOOL SPORTS STATE JUDO CHAMPIONSHIP 2018-19
“Sports teaches you character, it teaches you to play by the rules, it teaches you to know what it feels like to win and lose - it teaches you about life.”
The much-awaited 2nd School Sports Judo Championship 2018-19 was held at Gurugram Global Heights School on December 8, 2018 with great zeal, excitement and frolicsome atmosphere. The Judo championship was organized by Gurugram Global Heights School in association with Private School Sports Federation. 250 students from various schools and Judo academies of different districts participated during the event under the guidance of their coaches Mr. Mahendra Singh and Mr. Sandeep Pawar. The opening ceremony began with the welcoming of an esteemed gathering by the Academic Director of Gurugram Global Heights School, Ms. Yojana Raghav. She wished all the players good luck for the matches. The Honourable Chief Guest Mr. Rakesh Daulatabad, the Founder of Parivartan Sangh and a renowned social worker among the other dignitaries graced the event. Among the other dignitaries were Ms. Garima Chaudhary, the National judo player ( Asian Games and Commonwealth Games), and Mr. Parshuram, DSO Rewari glorified the event with their presence. The students displayed their talent in Judo, mesmerizing the audience with their energetic performances. Students of GGHS also participated in the Judo Championship and showcased their talent. The atmosphere was filled with zeal, passion, and excitement. The Vice-Principal of the school, Ms. Bhavna Chibber emphasized the importance of sports in a child’s life in her words while addressing the audience. She said that the vision of the school is to increase the self –esteem, mental alertness, teamwork, and leadership among the students and this can be attained with frequent sports events. The Honorable Chief Guest for the closing ceremony, Mr. Rakesh Daulatabad, congratulated the winners and gave his vote of thanks to Gurugram Global Heights School management for organizing such a big championship that channelize the energy of the students in a good direction and to motivates them to take up sports as a profession.
SLUM SE KALAM KI AUR
“The Best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” - Mahatma Gandhi
As part of regular initiatives for upbuilding of the society, GGHS has always been into media for its tremendous work. The school hosted an event “Slum se Kalam Ki Aur” in association with Yuva Shakti Sangathan on December 7, 2018. The program was unfolded with the invocation offering to the creator Lord Ganesh. The motto of the event was pulsating and appreciating the imaginative instincts and acts of brilliant and talented students to bring out their hidden aptitude. The event was highly graced by the presence of various eminent personalities. Mrs. Pooja Yadav, the second runner-up Mrs. India 2018 was the Hon’ble Chief Guest on the occasion. The students from Yuva Shakti Sangathan showcased their talent by their cultural dance performances and a skit on Girl child which was highly applauded by the audience. The little green crusaders of GGHS reconnected the audience with the environment imbued them with a sense of ownership of their environment by Nukkad Natak and dance performance on Say No To Plastic. The Chief Guest for the event, Mrs. Pooja Yadav was announced to be the Brand Ambassador for Yuva Shakti Sangathan by the President of Yuva Shakti Sangathan, Mr. Tinku Kumar. The slum children were gifted with study material and the refreshment which brought broad smiles on their faces. The audience lauded the vision and the relentless hard work done by students and their mentors for presenting such a message-oriented programme. The academic director of GGHS, Ms. Yojana Raghav shared the vision of the school and how education is the best way to reconnect with those who are deprived of such facilities. Ms. Bhavna Chibber, the Vice Principal of the school gave her vote of thanks on behalf of Gurugram Global Heights School to all the guests of honor and promised on behalf of the school to stand by side for such noble causes.
A fest is an occasion of celebration, felicitation, feast and festivity when children present not only their wonderful performances but also receive honors for their efforts. Young children, parents, teachers, all decked up in their traditional attire, rocked the Sunday afternoon at Gurugram Global Heights School. Soaked in the spirit of Navratri, the school in association with DXP Welfare Association, organized a Dandiya fest on October 14th, 2018 in the school premises. To nurture the intrinsic qualities of children and give them a platform to showcase their hidden potential, the school conducted Talent Hunt and Baby show during the event. The chirp of the little ones and their stage confidence made the afternoon mesmerizing. There was an array of Food and Games stalls set up by the students and the teachers. While the food stalls served dishes appealing to the palate, the games stalls generated immense fun and frolic. The guests enjoyed amidst of colorful stalls of readymade kurta, bangles, pottery, accessories, henna etc. The visitors experienced entertainment galore all around. The day culminated with the prize distribution ceremony. Winners for the baby show, talent hunt, best dancer, best dress, and the best couple were felicitated. Ms. Yojana Raghav, the academic director of the school, congratulated the staff of the school to put up the grand show. While addressing the audience, the Vice Principal of the school, Ms. Bhavna Chibber advised everyone to look for the holistic development of the child and appreciate the hidden talent in their child, which was the main motto of the event today. She gave regards to all the parents for giving their precious time and making the Sunday a rejuvenating moment for everyone.
Cleanliness was an issue very close to Mahatma Gandhi’s heart. He once said, “If we have time to lean, we have time to clean.” As per the motto of this year Environment Day, our school promises and promote “SAY NO TO POLY BAG“. Realizing well, the damage that plastic bags cause on the environment, the little green crusaders of the school initiated “Say No to Polythene Bag” campaign in different societies on October 2, 2018, besides creating awareness among the people about the ill-effects of plastic bags on the environment. Students spread the awareness with their mesmerizing dance performance. The campaign aimed at sensitizing the mass towards the need to protect the environment from plastic and to promote love for the environment among people.