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Growing up Years workshop

The Growing up Years workshop The Growing up years programme was conducted on 3rd August , 2019 by Dr. Vasantha R. Patri ,a psychologist and professional counsellor. She is currently the chairperson of Indian Institute of Counselling, New Delhi. She was on the faculty of Psychology in the Lady Shri Ram College of Delhi University for 30 years. She has to her credit eight books, booklets, and one travel manual. She has numerous research publications and popular articles in newspapers and magazines The duration of the session was about 2 hours .

The session was centered around positive parenting, raising responsible and confident children, letting the child learn from failures, ways to foster creativity in children, building up child’s self esteem and faulty parent-child relationship. A video was also shown on preventing child abuse which highlighted the different ways in which one could talk about good and bad touch to the children ,making them aware and guiding them on staying protected in such a situation. The sessions throughout was highly interactive and brought a lot of questions to the forefront which were answered by Dr. Patri giving the parents some excellent parenting advices.

The Growing up years programme was conducted in the first week of August by a leading psychologist Mrs. Jyotsna Bharadwaj and her team from classes VI to XII. She specializes in delivering workshops to adolescents and teenagers on the crucial growing up years where children generally grapple with all kinds of new changes. Separate sessions were conducted for boys and girls of different year groups and were tailored according to the problems experienced by them. The duration of the session was over an hour each.

The session were centered around providing comfort and clarification from confusion that comes along with all the changes that take place in the minds of children from the mental, physical and emotional view point. The sessions throughout were interactive and brought a few questions to the forefront which the students were hesitant to articulate previously. There was also a follow-up session done by the school counsellor to clarify any concerns and questions along with taking feedback

Making Informed Choices

Making Informed Choice (MIC) “The best way to predict the future, is to create it” – Abraham Lincoln The children of this generation are often faced with a plethora of situations and problems that require them to make informed and intelligent choices. Career choice is often a source of concern for the students, parents and the teachers.

NiBS believes in preparing children for the future and keeping in line with this thought the school had organized a series of workshops for the students on ‘Making Informed Choices’. Students from classes IX to XII attended the 4 day workshop which was held in school from October 9th till October 12th 2019. The aim of conducting the ‘MIC’ workshop was to make students aware of different career options and enable them to plan their academic as well as non-academic goals accordingly.

The speakers who conducted the workshop were from different professions. Apart from sharing the skills required and the scope of different careers, they also discussed how the students need to prepare for these careers. The 4 day workshop had 8 experienced professionals who shared their experiences and guided the students towards making informed choices.

Day 1: 9th October – Talk by Ankita Kochhar The series began with a talk by Ms. Ankita Kochhar, a designer by profession and currently active for providing counselling in the field of designing. Day 2: 10th October – Talk by Gaurav Sharma and Vishal Singhal Next up, was with Mr. Gaurav Sharma, a cultural and heritage walk host who talked about lots of career options available for the students beginning from archaeology to anthropology.

This talk was followed by Mr. Vishal Singhal, an Artificial Intelligence Evangelist who talked about the variety of career options available for the coming generation in the industries of future which are, Cyber Security, artificial intelligence, machine learning, block chain and so on. Day 3: 11th October – Talk by Dhananjay V. Gadra, Gaurav Kwatra and Astik Oberoi Students got an excellent opportunity to interact with Mr. Dhananjay V. Gadre, a part of the Electronics and Communication Engineering Division in NSIT and Mr. Gaurav Kwatra, a counsellor, helping the students into the areas of Management, Design, Hospitality and Engineering. Accompanying them was Mr. Astik Oberoi, a pastry chef, who spoke about the art of pastry making.

Day 4: 12th October – Talk by Jitin Chawla and Manpreet Singh The last day of the workshop was concluded by renowned career counselor, Mr. Jitin Chawla from the Center for Career Development and Mr. Manpreet Singh, a Gold Medalist in Mechanical Engineering and now an aeronautical engineer. Mr. Jitin Chawla briefed students about various higher studies options in India and abroad. This session was befitting conclusion to the 4 day heartening workshop. MIC workshop was a successful in reaching out to the students and expanding their horizon.

The guest speakers were from diverse professional backgrounds and actively communicated to the students. Overall it was an enriching learning experience for the students who gained different perspectives about different fields like design, food, science and history, etc.

Voice of Art 2019

The second edition of the Arts-based inter-school initiative, Voice of Art 2019, an endeavour  by Nirmal Bhartia School to encourage students to think outside the box by interpreting the theme, ‘PHATA POSTER NIKLA HERO’, in their own unique manner. Non-competitive and non- restrictive in format, it gave the students an opportunity to present their ideas using various media of art as they delved deeply into and critically reflected upon the sources and origins of widely held tropes of heroism. The students examined the stereotypes that exist, conceptions and representations of heroes and heroism, as well as the influence or inspiration that shapes their ideas.

The first phase of the event involved a debrief session where the participants were introduced to the event. Workshops by Mr. Khodke, a practising artist, illustrator based in Delhi and Ms. Nandy, a visual artist and art educator, took the students through varied media of art which they could explore during the project.

As a culmination of the challenge, the work of the students was displayed at a specially curated exhibition, on Friday, 16th and Saturday, 17th August 2019 at Indira Gandhi Centre for Arts, New Delhi, where the participating teams received expert and valuable feedback from an eminent panel of experienced art educators, artists and thought leaders as well as their peers.

It was indeed a proud privilege for all of us to have been graced by eminent personalities from the world of liberal arts. Our chief guest and keynote speaker, for the occasion, Ms. Anita Dube is an Indian contemporary artist whose conceptually rich, politically charged work has been widely exhibited at major museums and galleries all over the world. The Guest of Honour, Mr.Arun Kumar HG , a contemporary artist and sculptor of high repute, explores the relationship between the spread of consumerist culture and the decline of natural resources through his sculptures.

The students from participating schools attended numerous workshops inculcating liberal arts. The workshop titled “The Conceptual in Art” was led by Mr. Frank Schlichtmann, a theatre workshop by Mr. Karan Arora was thoroughly enjoyed by the students, Ms. Jeeva Raghunath’s art of storytelling left the audience asking for more and Mr. Inku Kumar imparted the skills of calligraphy.

Aimed at fostering ‘different ways of seeing’ through media of art, the participation of children in this non–competitive event reaffirms our faith and hope in our youth. It was indeed reassuring to see that the students are able see beyond the stereotypes and are ready to bring about the change that they wish to see in the world…

Congratulations and a big hurrah to our young achiever- Divyansh Kala of IV Bahaar

•Won the gold medal in the Delhi Development Authority Table Tennis Tournament (under 11 boys category) which was held at the Dwarka Sports Complex from 28 to 29 August 2019.

•Awarded the third position in the District Table Tennis Tournament (under 10 boys category) which was held at Mount Carmel School from 31 August to 1st September 2019.

•Ranked third in the Delhi State Ranking Table Tennis Tournament 2019 (under 10 boys category) which was held at Mount Carmel School, Dwarka from 28th to 30th September 2019.

•Secured the first position in the North West District Table Tennis Championship in the under 10 boys category which was held at Darbari Lal DAV Model School, Pitampura on 2nd October 2019.

•Won the silver in the West District Table Tennis Championship (under 10 Boys & Girls category) which was held at Sarvodaya Vidyalaya, Pitampura from 7to 8th October 2019.

Our Table-Tennis Team performed very well in Hunar, an Inter- School Sports Odyssey which was held at St Thomas recently.

Kudos to the following students –



Divyansh Kala from class IV bagged the gold medal in Under-10 boys category.


Aaryan Pathak from class VI got the silver medal in Under -12 boys category.


Shreya Pathak from class VIII got the Bronze medal in Under-15 girls category.