Workshop on soft skill development

A workshop was organized by MUN World India on 15 July ‘2015. It was conducted by Mr.Anansh Prasad, who is the founder & Managing Director of the MUN World India and Mr.Bhavesh Muni.
The workshop was of 6 hours & the major focusing was on soft skill development &MUN Procedural Training . It included general assembly, spreading global awareness, developing critical thinking , soft skills etc.

 

It was an excellent workshop . There were small activities organized by Mr. Anansh , the students enjoyed those activities. This type of workshop help the students to develop the skill of public speaking.

“Lifetime Achievement Award” to Smt. Sushma Arora

Smt. Sushma Arora, Vice President at LKSEC , Gotan has been honoured with “Lifetime Achievement Award “ on June 10, 2015 at Taj Vivanta, Surajkund, Delhi during  “Indian Education Congress & Awards 2015” by Franchise India  in recognition of her lifelong dedicated services for building a platform for educational upliftment of India.

Mrs. Sushma1

“Every child possible should be provided an equal opportunity to be educated, irrespective of their economic or social background” – Ms Sushma Arora 

National Singing Talent Hunt 2015

Master. Mohit Kalla of class IX

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Master. Mohit Kalla of class IX participated in the State Mega Finals of SPICE Surtarang National Singing Talent Hunt organised by Sangam Kala Group at Jaipur on 30th April 2015 in the Junior Category and stood THIRD.

Congratulations Mohit !!!

 

Wall rappelling session conducted by Mr. D S Redu

6th ALL INDIA MAJOR JAGPAL MEMORIAL JUNIOR INTER PUBLIC SCHOOL BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 2015

Twelve students of LKSEC represented the school in the 6th ALL INDIA MAJOR JAGPAL MEMORIAL JUNIOR INTER PUBLIC SCHOOL BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 2015 which was held at Pinegroove School, Solan, Himachal Pardesh from 16th to18th April, 2015. The students performed exceeding well and we were Winner of the 6th ALL INDIA MAJOR JAGPAL MEMORIAL JUNIOR INTER PUBLIC SCHOOL BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 2015 Trophy.

Winner @ 6th ALL INDIA MAJOR JAGPAL MEMORIAL JUNIOR INTER PUBLIC SCHOOL BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 2015
Winner @ 6th ALL INDIA MAJOR JAGPAL MEMORIAL JUNIOR INTER PUBLIC SCHOOL BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 2015

The students who brought laurels to themselves and school are Rohit Choudhary, Rohan Jaiswal, Dishant Rana, Tushar Nekub, Harsh Bharti, Hritik Neyol, Yuvaras Siag, Shreyans, Sumit Jadeja, Neil Patel, Purab Khawal and Sohil Agarwal.

Mrs. Sushma Arora, Vice President of school and Mr. R. C. Joshi, Principal and Mr. P R Kumar, Vice Principal congratulated all the students and their coach Mr. D S Redu for their extraordinary performance on such a grand scale.

 

Bravo!!! Finally you have made it LALITA!

Lalitha Kanwar! The name itself reminds all of us the time that was enough to justify our efforts in the welfare of the society. She was admitted to class 6th in 2001 and she topped school in AISSC Examination 2011 in humanities stream and now she has made us all proud by being the lieutenant. The time that never waits for anyone waits for those who always stand to make the mark on the firmament of achievements.  Well done!

From the uncertain toddler steps, the school is on the way to confident adulthood and this ripple effect is positively affecting the lives around here in Gotan.  From the members of the management, staff to our students – everyone is very involved in social service. We had dispensed our honourable duty to salute the martyrs of Kargil by instituting LK Singhania Education Sansthan Soldier Family Fund with a corpus of Rs. 30 lakhs. It is with the support of this fund that children bereft of fathers during the Kargil War have been and are being given education.
Lalitha Kanwar (School ID No. 01162) whose father too had a similar fate proved her mettle through her academics that got support of financial help from the LK Singhania Sansthan Soldiers Family Beneficiary Fund.

Education, at our school LK Singhania Education Centre, is not the privilege for the rich minorities. It works on the ethos of the upliftment of the societally marginalized masses. It was the reiteration of the management to develop competence amongst the children, particularly girl children to address their aim to make the Indian society a knowledge superpower.

Rohit Goel brings laurel to the School

ROHIT GOEL, XII Commerce
ROHIT GOEL, XII Commerce

Just before the board exams ROHIT GOEL of class XII Commerce  has marked his presence in the LEVEL 2 examination of the International Informatics Olympiad (iiO) 2014 by clinching the TOP position. He will be awarded with a Cash prize of Rs. 51,000. He has also qualified for the LEVEL 3 exam, which will be held at New Delhi.

Congratulations and best wishes for grand success in future.

Respect Your Child’s Individuality

Parents often wonder what parenting is all about. As there are so many variables in each person’s personality and behaviour, there is no single right or wrong way of bringing up a child. Each person’s past life determines his present concepts of parenting.

Respect Your Child’s Individuality
Respect Your Child’s Individuality

A parent is constantly on a journey of exploration. The pathway is cobbled with problems, surprises, complications and joys. However, each parent has a common goal of developing a better relationship with the child. Most parents are flattered and feel a sense of control when their child emulates them. But what about the time when you do not clearly see yourself in the child? As a parent you have certain expectations of how your child should behave, but his or her behaviour may not model your own. Your child may not behave in a way that you deem appropriate. His or her choices may be different from yours.

This shatters many parents.
By making fewer emotional demands, you will be able to get other needs met by your child. If you push your child against the wall, you will face resistance and defiance.
Letting her find her own way is often difficult, but it comes with long term rewards of trust and love.
Loving and concerned parents at times get disappointed when their growing children become independent and self-sufficient.
These are healthy signs.
You have to raise your children to be independent and emotionally self-sufficient, but at the same time loving and caring towards you. The individuality of children needs to be respected.
If children differ from parents who have constantly and selflessly nurtured them or made sacrifices for them, they should not feel let down and neither should this lead to conflict in the relationship.

For as Kahlil Gibran has written-

‘Your children are not your children.
They are the sons and daughters of Life’s longing for itself.
They come through you but not from you.
And though they are with you, yet they belong not to you.
You may give them your love but not your thoughts.
For they have their own thoughts. You may house their bodies but not their souls. For their souls dwell in the house of tomorrow, which you cannot visit, not even in your dreams.
You may strive to be like them, but seek not to make them like you.’

Source @ The Progressive TEACHER by S Media Group

LK Singhania Education Centre, Gotan Salutes the Indian Republic

The 66th Republic Day was celebrated in all its solemnity and grandeur at LK Singhania Education Centre, Gotan  on 26th January 2015.  The students saluted the National Flag  and pledged themselves to upholding the honour and integrity, diversity and uniqueness that is “ India”.

President Mr. B K Arora and Vice President Ms. Sushma Arora graced the occasion with their presence and hoisted the national flag along with the Principal Mr. R C Joshi.

The students dispersed after snacks with the image of the fluttering tricolor in their minds.