Kid Corner 23-29 Jan, 2015

  • FG Bureau
  • India
  • Jan 23, 2015

Ryan International School, Sector 40

Indian Army Day
Ryan International School, Sector 40 organised a Special Assembly to mark the country’s 67th Army Day.  The School Head Ms. Peeya Sharma enlightened the students about how discipline, hard work and service before self is the essence of an Armed Forces personnel.

Not a drop to drink...

Students of Class IV C of Ryan International School, Sector 40 presented an enlightening and inspiring  street play on the topic, ‘Wondrous Water’. The students said that if wastage of water is not stopped, there would perhaps be no water left by the year 2050.

Swachh Natika

Ryan International School, Sector 40 organised a street play and a peace march based on the theme ‘Swachh Bharat’. The Green Brigade also distributed handmade paper bags. The School Head Ms Peeya Sharma motivated the students to practise  and preach what they believe in and make valuable contributions to the society at large.

The Adventurers

Ryan International School, Sector 40 took part in the Rocksport Challenge Adventure Race and Carnival, at Camp Tikkling. Four students from Ryan participated in the Junior Group 3km Obstacle Race and achieved Third position in their group (of 10 schools).

Enviro-sensitive Drive

The students of Ryan Global School, Sector 40 participated in a Street Play to make the citizens aware of the harm that human malpractices are causing the environment. The students urged the public to increase its sensitivity towards the environment, by not using plastic bags, lessening the usage of insecticides, planting trees and preferring public transport.

Beti Bachao Beti Padhao


Think Big for a New and True India

Since Independence, India’s progress has been exceptional and notable in many ways. India has witnessed increasing economic growth, a higher literacy rate and a substantial improvement in various sectors. India has been richly blessed with natural and human resources. With the abundance of talent, if we move ahead in the right direction, with appropriate strategies, the future of India is very bright. On the eve of Republic Day I would like to recall Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam’s words (from his book, India 2020), ‘A developed India by 2020, or even earlier, is not a dream…It is a mission we can all take up - and succeed’. He highlighted five core areas: Agriculture and Food Processing, Infrastructure, Education and Healthcare, Information and Communication Technology and Critical Technologies and Strategic Industries. Of course we also have to be consistent in execution and implementation of the same.

Though our country has seen its share of conflict, struggle and setbacks, India has remained steadfast in maintaining the world’s largest diverse democracy. While India’s service sector has been a large contributor to the country’s 21st Century economic progress, we need to further focus on education, healthcare, infrastructure building and investment in human resource capital. The provision of quality education with technology integration and a hands on learning experience will equip our youngsters and make them better prepared for their future. India becoming an International Education Hub, attracting students and renowned educators from across the globe, is more than a possibility. India has to create jobs for its young population and an expansion in manufacturing will definitely help. Our Prime Minister’s ‘Make in India’ is a very laudable concept. Today India needs a holistic approach towards progress and development, along with rapid administrative reforms at all levels. We need to bring science, technology and moral values to each and every doorstep and work together to establish peace and harmony in the country. Our country needs to recognise the talent in every community and thrive on the resources available. India as a nation should move forward on the path of progress, with greater zest, to take its rightful place in the world economy. Wish you a very happy Republic Day. Jai Hind.

Dr. A. F. Pinto

Chairman, Ryan International Group of Institutions

Govt. College Sector 9  

Vipin Kaushik of BA 1st won a Silver medal at the University level Taekwando tournament, Super High Weight category, held at MDU Sports Complex, Rohtak recently. He has been selected for a twenty days camp, to prepare for the All India tournament.

Anju Rani of BA 1st won a Bronze medal in Boxing.

Deepak,  of B.Com 2nd won a Silver medal in Boxing, Fly Weight category.

Anmol Chaudhary  of BA 2nd won a Bronze medal in Boxing, Light Heavy Weight category.

Google Student Ambassador Summit
Palash Chhabra, a student of ITM University, Gurgaon, was selected to represent his University at the Google Student Ambassador Summit. The three-day Summit was held at Infosys Campus, Pune. Leaders from various IT organisations and leading global companies participated in the Summit. Palash, a B.Tech-Information Technology student, would now help conduct Google-enabled workshops at ITM University. Palash has chosen ‘Digital Marketing’ as his prime focus.“We wish Palash more success and hope that he will use this opportunity for knowledge building,” said Prof B S Panwar, Vice Chancellor, ITM University.


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