Sunday, November 14, 2010

Global Education Conference 2010


At last the wait is over now and the awaited Gobal Conference will begin tomorrow. It will be a busy week indeed. Thanks to Mr. Steve Hargadon who motivated our School by allowing us to participate in this great event. Our journey began last year 2009 in month of October when British Council's Mr. Chris Swift encouraged us to collaborate in International Projects. And we must say that without his constant feedbacks and motivation we could not have got this much recognition. Today we are participating in more than 150 Projects and we have collaborated with more than 30 different countries across the globe. For a school situated in a remote corner it's a great achievement. As an Ambassador School of Connecting Classrooms Online of British Council we have grave responsibilities of bringing closer different nations and help them collaborate in International Projects. Now this new role of mentor is demanding indeed! We are enjoying this privilege. Our contributions are so much scattered that we find it difficult to put them together! One can see here the projects we are participating in:
Message from Mr. Chris:
"Nice to hear your good news and your work with ePals and Global Education Conference. This is a big development that you have made over one year, so well done on this.I have seen your blog and was really impressed by the way you have taken to the idea of international education & adopted it in school. You are definitely on the right path with this so keep up the good work.
All the best,
Chris"

Children Day celebrated on 14th November

Today Children Day was celebrated in our School. Many cultural programmes were held on this occasion. All teachers paid homage to our first Prime Minister Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru whose birthday is celebrated as Children Day in India. We were reminded of the efforts of our beloved 'Chacha' Nehru who brought about a great change in lives of children.We have special attachment to him as all JNVs are named after his name "Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas". His grandson Mr. Rajeev Gandhi opened these Schools for rural and underprivileged children. We have to fulfil dreams cherished by our beloved Chacha Nehru by striving hard to achieve excellence in all spheres.


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2 comments:

  1. Dwarka is one of the fast developing residential areas in the Delhi NCR. The region offers world class facilities and amenities to the residents of Dwarka which includes educational, medical and transportation facilities. There are a number of schools, colleges and other educational bodies in the institutional area of Dwarka. Schools in Dwarka are of international standards and provide the best education to the students.

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  2. Dwarka is one of the fast developing residential areas in the Delhi NCR. The region offers world class facilities and amenities to the residents of Dwarka which includes educational, medical and transportation facilities. There are a number of schools, colleges and other educational bodies in the institutional area of Dwarka. Schools in Dwarka are of international standards and provide the best education to the students.

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