Friday, 18 November 2016

MAPS - Learning by teaching peers

Teaching is a noble act and helping our peers is one of the best way to develop mastery. Having students work with each other is an effective methodology because it encourages students to be active learners and talk through course concepts in their own words. Reetik Agarwal of Class XII-D took the initiative of teaching mathematics for 2 hours to his classmates after the school hours. It has not only enhanced concept clarity but also boosted student's confidence in a subject that is phobia for most. For this Reetik has picked up one of the toughest chapter in class XII mathematics. The difficult topics are explained thoroughly by him followed by a doubt clearing round. Difficult and tricky questions are solved on the board. This collaborative learning encourages cooperative rather than competitive behaviour. It has been extremely beneficial for the students as they are more comfortable and less inhibited being taught by a fellow student!
 Kudos to Reetik for this selfless and Noble act!

Thursday, 11 August 2016



KONKURRENZA (German Competition).

Class 3 A presented an assembly with patriotic fervour on 10.8.16
The theme Patriotism fills everyone with honour and nostalgia for our beloved India.
Prayer to invoke the blessings of almighty followed by thought of the day captivated the audience. Performance based on pride and valour for our freedom fighters mesmerised everyone.

Tuesday, 2 August 2016


Bearing the torch to the unfathomable way, 
O teacher, you have our gratitude, that’s all we can say ‘

On 29th July, 2016, young Agarsainians gathered in the assembly ground to bid a final adieu to Ms Vandana Jain who completed 28 memorable years of her service in this institution. The assembly began with Ms Nisha (HOD English) who spoke a few words about Vandana mam. This was proceeded by an enthusiastic interview and a rapid fire which made the aura full and frolic. Then, the students also performed a dance and Vandana Mam danced along the serene tunes enjoying some of her last moments in the school. The English department then presented a bouquet and a card to mam and the assembly was finally concluded with Principal mam showering her wishes on behalf of the institution and delivered a speech filled with emotions, experiences and expectations. 
With heart filled with gratitude & love ,the management and staff bid farewell to dear mam on 30th July’2016.To mark this special occasion ,the school organized a special function  in the school auditorium. It was an emotional & touching moment as few of the teachers went down the memory lane to tell what they fondly remembered of mam .Even mam’s better half and her family members expressed their excitement and happiness getting mam for full time home now. After many spellbound performances,the management honoured mam with  gifts as token of appreciation for her dedicated services. The school Principal expressed her sincere and heartfelt thanks for her selfless service rented to the institution  for the past 28 years. This was followed by a sumptuous meal.

Dear mam,on your retirement day we wish
’May God Bless you & May you enjoy your retired life’.

Monday, 4 July 2016

Congratulations to the Interact team of MAPS

Congratulations to the Interact team of MAPS and Teacher Incharge Ms Jyoti Aggarwal for being the best amongst 70 interact schools and winning the Best Interact Club Trophy consecutively for the 2nd year. Your contribution to the society through different activities undertaken by you all is highly appreciated.

Friday, 1 July 2016

MAPS - Teacher’s Training Rejuvenation Workshop

Taking time out from daily routine and mundane work is an important ingredient in the recipe for rejuvenation. The two days workshop organised on 27th and 28th June under the able guidance of career guru-Mr. Jitin Chawla along with two other resource persons-Mr. Pratush and Mr. Kapil Khanna. It was an interactive, experiential workshop dedicated to help teachers learn how to be more creative. The workshop began with introductory session wherein the teachers participated enthusiastically. Thereafter the day saw energetic participation of teachers in various physical activities. The next day the resource persons counseled teachers on how to improve productivity, develop positive thinking, ways of distressing, expressiveness, voice and diction techniques through innovative theatrical action method (TAM). They blended theatre and drama with life skills to rejuvenate teachers and to impart unique skills in teachers to make classroom lively and teaching effective. The workshop was motivating and refreshing for teachers

An inspirational workshop was organized by Ramakrishna mission (founded by Swami Vivekananda) on 30th June  .Eminent guests from the centre have come  The discussion about several bal like atma bal,bahu bal and Buddhi bal was the highlight of the day.They stressed on the need of empowering students to handle different life situations and become good citizens. The Mission has trained many teachers of our school at their centres since last one year.

Monday, 21 September 2015


MAPS students DAKSH DUA and ABHISHEK VERMA, who participated at ISEF'14 with their project Rubus Ellipticus: a natural, herbal solution against giardiasis, and went on to win multiple awards along with a minor planet on their name, now have got a space for themselves in the PRESIDENT'S HOUSE.
The two young stars have their photographs displayed along with school's name and names of the planets being named after them in the recently inaugurated NAVACHARAKAKSH. The pics are there on the planet wall along with other Indian students who also have planets named after them.

MAPS congratulates Daksh and Abhishek; you made us proud once again!!!!!

Sunday, 30 August 2015

MAPS - Rendezvous with the Prime Minister of India- Mr. Narendra Modi

Never resting on its laurels, the Interact Club of MAPS made another breakthrough when it celebrated Rakhsa Bandhan with the idol of the nation – honourable Prime Minister of the Indian Union- Mr. Narendra Modi at his residence, 7 Race Course on August 29, 2015. The atmosphere was marked with energy and ├ęclat as 43 groups from distinct corners of the country amassed to tie the PM in the sacred knot of Raksha Bandhan. Club Incharge Mrs. Jyoti Aggarwal tied the sacred thread Rakhi on the wrist of the Prime Minister. Former Treasurer Suyash Sadana presented his vivid painting to Mr. Modi wherein he showed all the 22 languages of India closely knit together- reflecting Unison in Assortment- the spirit of the nation. Interact Club President Mahima Yadav, Director Isha Verma and Interactor Sonal Garg offered a huge glitzy Rakhi to the PM embellished with brilliant hues. The team then shared their unprecedented momentous experience with media and news channels. It was a splendidly grand experience for the Interact Club which will be cherished for years.

MAPS - Visited an NGO(Nav Jyoti Foundation) at Bawana

Friday, 3 July 2015

MAPS - Welcome to Mr.Himanshu Malhotra (A renowned T.V. Artist)

It was the bright morning of July 3, 2015 when the students had a rendezvous with the school heartily welcomed admired actor Mr. Himanshu Malhotra who is participant in the show Nach Baliye Season 7. The fervent Agarsainians were greatly overwhelmed to meet the actor face-to-face. The dancers of MAPS dazzled the artist with their breath-taking performances. Shubhangi Jaiswal was highly praised by Mr. Himanshu Malhotra for her groovy dance moves and unlimited potential. Students from MAPS thereby had a rapid fire question round with the actor. Mr. Himanshu Malhotra also danced to tunes with the students of MAPS and appreciated all of them for their confidence and forte. The actor clicked lots of selfieswith Agarsainians and appealed for votes.He visited to the CBSE-I wing of the school and had photographs with the kids. Mr. Himanshu Malhotra also paid gratitude to Principal Mam for inviting him to meet the students. The actor won heaps of wishes from MAPS family. All in all, it was a day packed with fun and splendor.