75 years of India’s Independence | Vikas The Concept School

75 years of India’s Independence

“Enlightenment is the journey from the head back to the heart, from words back to silence.”
As a part of celebration of 75th India’s Independence, VIKAS THE CONCEPT SCHOOL, steps in with a new energy, new strength of VIKASIANS to strengthen the spirit of freedom and contribute to a New India – a secure, prosperous and strong Nation. These events of August are purely orchestrated to propel the spirit of freedom, Unity and realise the strife of our freedom we are celebrating today.

THEME : FRONTLINE WARRIORS OF FREE INDIA

CLASSES-VI TO X

GUIDELINES:

*The Blog should be based on the theme.
*The word limit is 150 words
*Craft an informative and eye-catching headline.
*The content should be original and should not be a
‘copy-paste’.
*Use images to enhance your Blog.
*It would be appreciated if real life photographs are used as
images.
*Participants will be judged according to the Theme,
Originality, Word Limit, Grammar, Creativity and Presentation.

PANELISTS:

MS. ARPITA SETH[VI, VII & VIII]
MS. SUJATHA SHARMA[IX&X]

THEME: MAKE IN INDIA

CLASSES-VI TO X

GUIDELINES:

*The idea should be based on the theme.
*Craft a captivating phrase as Title.
*The word limit is 50 words.
*Elaborate the idea precisely in a short paragraph.
*Participants will be judged according to the Theme, Originality, Word Limit, Creativity and Presentation.

PANELISTS:

MS. SHARMILA SINGH[VI,VII&VII]
MS. NEETU DHILLON[IX&X]

THEME: SOLDIER ON THE BATTLEFIELD

CLASSES-VI TO X

GUIDELINES:

*The Poem should be based on the theme.
*It can be a free verse or have a rhyme scheme.
*The word limit is 100 words.
*Give a captivating title.
*The content should be original and should not be a ‘copy-paste’.
*You can use images as a back-ground to enhance your poem.
*Participants will be judged according to the Theme, Originality, Word Limit, Grammar, Creativity and Presentation.

PANELISTS:

MS. JOLLIE SUNNY [IX&X]
MS. SATHYABHAMA [VI,VII&VIII]

THEME: I LOVE MY COUNTRY- ‘EAST OR WEST INDIA IS THE BEST’

CLASSES-I TO V

GUIDELINES:

*The poem should be related to the theme.
*It can be a free verse or have a rhyme scheme.
*Give an informative and eye-catching title.
*You can use images as back-ground to enhance your poem.
*Participants will be judged according to the Theme and Presentation.

PANELISTS:

CLASSES: 4&5 Ms. Shoba Rani C & Ms. Gousia S
CLASSES: 1to3 Ms. Yazhmozhi A & Ms. Arjyama Datta

THEME: PATRIOTISM

CLASSES-III TO IV

GUIDELINES:

*Select a freedom fighter’s speech that was delivered in public and perform an excerpt of the speech.
*Share the recorded video to the concerned language teachers.
*Costume is a must.
*Time Limit: 3 to 5 minutes

JUDGEMENT CRITERIA:

Costume, presentation, clarity of the speech, gestures and facial expressions.

PANELISTS:

MS. PADMA P & MS. HEMLATA MEHTA

THEME: BRAVE HEARTS OF INDIA

CLASSES-I TO II

GUIDELINES:

*Participants should speak about any chosen personalityFreedom Fighter/National Leader.
*Time Limit: 3 minutes.
*Share the recorded video with the concerned language teachers.

JUDGEMENT CRITERIA:

*Presentation, clarity of the speech, gestures and facial expressions.

PANELISTS:

MS. SHEEJA ANISH & MS. PRIYA LAKSHMI

CULTURAL ACTIVITIES ON DIGITAL PLATFORM

THEME: : PATRIOTIC ARTISTRY

CLASSES- I TO X

INSTRUCTIONS:

1.This is an individual activity to be performed on your own.
2. The activity should be based on the theme.
3. Students need to be in school uniform.
4. Can use any material that can be recycled ( no restrictions ).
5. Keep all the materials ready to be assembled on time.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

6. Paints, colour papers, decorative materials (minimum usage ).
7..Take three photographs of the activity:
* at the beginning,
* during the process and
*after the completion along with the participant.

RUBRICS :

1. Selection of material
2. Decoration
3. Colour combination
4. Neatness
5. Clarity in photographs

JUDGES:

1. Ms. Shobha.C - Classes - I to IV
2. Ms. NV Bhavani - Classes - V to VII
3. Mr. Surya Rao.S - Classes - VIII to X

THEME: : MY INDIA - MY PRIDE

CLASSES- I TO X

INSTRUCTIONS:

1. It is a SOLO event.
2. Students need to be in school uniform.
3. Students need to record a video of their song in mp4 format and send it to the mail id mentioned.
4. Songs can be either Hindi / Telugu / English based on the theme.
5. No film songs are allowed.
6. Use of instruments/karaoke / accompanied track
is optional and allowed.
7. TIME LIMIT: 2 minutes.

RUBRICS :

1. Presentation
2. Lyrics and content
3. Pitch and Intonation
4. Rhythm and communication with the camera.

JUDGES:

1. Ms. Lakshmi Pooja . A - Classes - I to IV
2. Ms. Padmaja . A - Classes - V toVII
3. Ms. Lakshmi Sucharitha - Classes - VIII to X

THEME : PATRIOTIC MOVES

CLASSES- I TO X

INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Participants need to record their performance and send it to the mail id
2. Proper costume and make-up must be appropriate in accordance with the performance.
3. Forward in mp4 format.
4. No film songs are allowed.
5. Dance - Folk / Classical / Semi-Classical in any (regional language ) based on the theme.
6. Duration: 2 minutes

RUBRICS :

1. Choreography
2. Expression and grace
3. Costume and make-up
4. Performance.

JUDGES:

1. Ms. Lakshmi Prasanna.B - Classes - I to III
2. Ms. Asha Kumari. K - Classes - IV and V
3. Ms. Umarani - Classes - VI and VIII
4. Ms. Manasa - Classes - IX and X

THEME : INDIAN CUISINE-TIRANGA

CLASSES- I TO X

INSTRUCTIONS:

1. This is an individual event.
2. Students need to be in school uniform.
3. Recipes should be nutritious.
4. Keep the material ready before you start preparing your recipe according to the theme.
5. Participants need to record the recipe and send in mp4 format to the given mail id mentioned.
6. The preparation of the cuisine should be recorded live.

RUBRICS :

1. Creativity
2. Ingredients used
3. Neatness
4. Presentation.

JUDGES:

1. Ms. Chandrika Priyadarshini - Classes - I to III
2. Ms. Jhansi Lakshmi -Classes - IV and V
3. Ms. Nagalakshmi - Classes - VI to VIII
4. Ms. Divyasree - Classes - IX and X.

Name
Grade
Section
Topic
Theme

Important Notes:

1. The last date for submission is 10th August 2021.
2. Please submit your works to your respective class teacher.
3. Please mention the following while submitting your activity.
5.A student can participate in any number of topics
6.Only one submission per topic is allowed

  1. The judges will pick the top 3 for each class and for each topic for the newsletter
  2. Please follow the naming convention given below for the files when sharing your work TOPIC_ENROLLMENT CODE_CLASS_SECTION
  3. Whatever the student prepares, it is exclusively for the use of Vikas-The Concept School and our judgement is final. Therefore, no further recommendations from any source.
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Shalmali Honrao
“Dancing is like dreaming with your feet”. A beautiful performance, very emotional. Shalmali Honrao of Class-VII bagged 1st position in LYRICAL BALLET in Inter School Competitions conducted by Meridian School Kukatpally. Youtube link for SM. You Can find the video here https://youtu.be/DwYUM6Wd0I0
Bibaaswan Das
What a brilliant piece of art. Great work. Bibaaswan Das of Class-VIII bagged 2nd position in MASTER STROKES in Inter School Competitions conducted by Meridian School Kukatpally.
“Success comes to those who deserve it”. Anwesha Ghosh of Class-II bagged 3rd position in SPIN A YARN ( Story Narration ) in Inter School Competitions conducted by Meridian School Kukatpally.
Art is life and so is painting”. Bhanu Tejaswini S of Class-VI bagged 2nd position in DOODLING in Inter School Competitions conducted by Meridian School Kukatpally.
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Feeling proud to share that our School has been officially Certified as “CYBERSMART SCHOOL” by NITI AYOG and ATAL INNOVATION MISSION as a result of 3825 out of 4100 Students (93.29%) from class 2nd to 12th have been trained by ATL team and got certified
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Nimisha Sharma

Parent

With the introduction of virtual classroom at Vikas, it made us to see teachers participation in bringing the change in students. As a parent, I really appreciate the efforts of Vikas in providing virtual class support to my child in the current pandemic situation.

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Jayita Barui

Parent

It gives me immense pleasure to have both my children as a part of this school. The thing I liked the most is that the school is ready to provide support and solve issues if any. It facilitates adequate importance on co-curricular activities along with academics.

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K. Leeni Samuel

Parent

I am a proud parent of two Vikasians who are being moulded beautifully by the school. This is a place where my children are learning more than just academics. I must admit that the extra- curricular activities which are part of the curriculum helped to build their social and communication skills. I am happy that this year Vikas has moved a step further to keep the parents updated through their portal and mobile apps. I am very grateful to the dedicated teachers and staff and pray for the school. I wish that the school continues to give the BEST and bring out the BEST.

Binu-Mam

Ms. Binu S Abraham

Parent

My daughter had an incredible lifetime journey at Vikas The Concept School from her Pre Primary, LKG, till her Higher Secondary, 12th. The school has been majorly responsible for her being groomed into a beautiful personality. I remain indebted to the institution for having made her what she is TODAY.

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K Nanda Kishore

Parent

Vikas has played a crucial role in teaching and shaping the lives of the students. Vikas offers an excellent platform for every child to thrive not only in academics but also in various co-curricular activities. Vikas has everything that any parent looks for in a school- visionary management, qualified and empathetic teachers, exposure to various co-curricular activities, and, most importantly, a conducive environment for the development of their wards.

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