Senior Wing’s Events

Extempore Competition ( CLasses VI-VIII )
April 9, 2019

 

Intra class Extempore Competition was organized for middle school students (Classes VI – VIII) from April 9 to 12, 2019.The students were assessed on their content, fluency, diction, confidence and body language. Relevant topics like Save Electricity, Animal Poaching, Robots Are Our Future, Save Mother Earth, etc. were a few on which the participants expressed their views spontaneously.

 

Participants were imaginative and expressed their views openly. Some spoke about their dreams. It was good to notice students’ deep concern for environment. Some abstract topics were also handled with confidence. This activity was conducted to make students conscious about their communication skills; present their thoughts coherently and meaningfully. The routine habits and day to day activity look simple and casual, yet can be presented formally in appropriate style.

 

Winners of Extempore Competition:

 

Class

Position

Name of the Participants

Class

Position

Name of the participants

Class

Position

Name of the participants

VI–A

I

 Yashvi Garg

VII–A

I

  Ashwika Gupta

VIII–A

I

 Anushka Gaur

 

II

 Shivani Dhaker

 

II

  Aditi Patel

 

II

 Nishtha Kala

VI–B

I

 Lavina Yadav

VII–B

I

  Anshika Bhand

VIII–B

I

 Aatija Menon

 

II

 Sanskrati Solanki

 

II

  Harshita Chawla

 

II

 Avika Bindal

 

II

 Tanvi Joshi

VII–C

I

  Vaishnavi Patidar

 

II

Nandini Srivastava

VI–C

I

 Adwita Shah

 

II

  Pari Batra

VIII–C

I

 Keshvi Lakhotia

 

II

 Yuthika Kanash

VII–D

I

  Ahenjta Sarkar

 

II

 Stuti Malviya

VI–D

I

  Lavika Jain

 

II

  Vasvi Goyal

VIII–D

I

 Taranjot Kapoor

 

II

Anushka Agrawal

VII–E

I

  Hamna Teli

 

I

 Gauri Agrawal

VI–E

I

 Anushri Chansoria

 

I

  Adeeba Khan

 

II

 Krati Mandovora

 

II

 Anshi Jain

 

II

  Yashasvi Jhaveri

VIII– E

I

 Naysha Jain

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

II

 Kamakshi Kumar

 
 
 
Extempore Competition ( CLass – X )
March 28, 2019

 

In a series of first at Queens’ College, Class X students got a platform to express their opinion on myriad topics in the Extempore Competition held on March 28, 2019. The competition was a test in articulation and quick thinking. The objective of the competition was to develop the speaking skills of the students. It was an enlightening experience for the audience as well. The first position went to Pratiksha Das (XC), the second position was bagged by Jiya Chemrani (XC) and the third position was shared by Nafeesa Ammar (XC) and Ahilya Bhargva (XB). Consolation prizes were also given to the students to appreciate them oratory skills.

 

CLASS

WINNERS

     X – C

        AVNI GAUR

     X – B

        DISHA AGRAWAL

     X – A

        UDITI AIRAN

     X – D

        PURVI SHENDERKAR

     X – C

        PURVA KUSMAKAR

 
 
English Extempore Competition ( CLass – XII )
March 20,2019
 
An Intra Class Extempore Speech Competition was organized for students of class XII on 20th March 2019. It was an enriching experience to listen to the thoughts and ideas of the young generation. Thinking skills, vocabulary and oratory skills were put to test and our budding orators did justice to it.
 
The winners were :
 
Class Winners
XII-A   VANI TIWARI
    KOMPAL PURKAR
XII-B   KALYANI SANVER
    AMATULLAH SAIFEE
XII-C   AAYUSHI BAJPAI
    SURBHI PANDEY
    PRIYESHA SOMAIYA
XII-D   ZAMYA SAIFEE
    PAKHI JAIN
    KHUSHI BETALA
XII-E   RIDDHI RAJANI
    TUHINA JHA
XII-F   VANSHIKA PUROHIT
    SEETE CHOUDHARY
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Visit to IIM, Indore

Students of class XII visited IIM Indore to get acquainted with various courses and career avenues for them in future.

 

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Visit to Manufacturing Plant

October 29, 2018

 

Class XII Entrepreneurship students visited a chocolate manufacturing plant with an objective of having an insight into the manufacturing, operations, marketing and other process of the business unit. This practical learning supplemented the various theories acquired in the classroom.

 

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Simple Living High Thinking 

October 12,2019

 

The inculcation of this dictum in the saga of Mohan Das becoming Mahatma Gandhi was depicted to the students of class VIII D & VIII E. They were taken on a field trip to Kasturba Gram whereby in ‘Baa ka Ghar’, they learnt about spinning wheel. In Gaushala, they experienced about different varieties of cows. They apprehended the process of making manure at biogas plant too.

 

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Plantation for Prosperity 

October 01, 2018 

 

One tree serves for hundred years. So, for securing the present and future, Queens’ College organized Tree Plantation at Renuka Tekri. Student with full vigor planted around 200 saplings. They have shouldered the responsibility of making a green future.

 

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Revisiting  Shakespeare

 

Class XI of Queens’ College spellbound everybody with their drama presentation on August 21, 2018. What more the rebuttal round well projected their thorough understanding of the nuances of Shakespearean plays like theme, language, character, plot and climax. XI A was declared the winner of this Inter Class Drama competition followed closely by XI B and XI F.

 

 

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Self Defense Programme

September  16, 2018 

 

Queens’ College organized a training for self- defense for the girls. The reality based self-defense techniques KAPAP & KRAVMAGA were taught. In these techniques, they learned to use “Weapons of Opportunity” where they were trained to use everyday objects as weapons.

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Enriching Roots  : Spic Macay Program

August  28,2018 

 
“A man’s roots lie in his culture.”


With this motto, Queens’ College organized the dance performance under the aegis of SPIC MACAY. Ustad Bismillah Khan award winner Ms. Purva Dhanashree along with distinguished artists Sir Renuka Prasad, Ms. Shweta Prasad, Sir Sreedhana Chaiya, Sir Sai Kolanka under the aegis of SPIC MACAY performed Vilasini Natyam dance form. Programme was aimed at increasing awareness about different aspects of Indian Heritage.

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Inter House Dance Competition 

August  9, 2018

 

Dance is powerful mode of expression. An inter-house dance competition was held on August 9, 2018. The students performed classical as well as folk dances. In classical dance Ahilya and Ganga House bagged first position. In folk dance Laxmi house stood first.

Congratulations for scintillating performances!

 

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Inter House Mime Competition  

August  4, 2018

 

“Silence says it all”.


A very impressive and scintillating performance in the form of Mime was presented by the students of four houses from classes VI to XII. Theme of the Mime was “Defense Women’s Life: Yes we can make a change”. It depicted women empowerment and her dignity in defense. The winner of the event was Ganga House. The second position was bagged by Devi House.

 

 

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Poetic Musing

June 28, 2018

 

The Queens' of VI- VIII were at their elegant best dazzling all and sundry with excellent presentation  in Inter -House Poetry recitation competition held in the school  The crown of the winner went to the Ganga house .

 

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Funtastic  

July 5, 2018

 

Inter-house Maths Quiz was indeed Learn by Fun in practice as it translated complication of Maths into simple  renderings   . It was the participants of Devi house who  proved their Maths skills and got the coveted   first position.