Safer Internet Day 2018 is being celebrated globally today on Tuesday 6th February 2018 with the slogan “Create, Connect and Share Respect: A better internet starts with you”.
Tuesday, 6 February 2018
Friday, 26 January 2018
The 69th Republic Day was celebrated in all its solemnity and grandeur on 25th Jan in the school premises. The day started with the piece of message sent to all schools by Mr.Manish Sisodia (Dy.Chief Minister,Delhi) for students read by the school Vice-Principal followed by discussion of preamble as per CBSE guidelines.An air of patriotic fervour permeated the atmosphere with the beginning of programme where students staged a patriotic play saluted the efforts of the national leaders in building an independent and republic nation. The school echoed with patriotic fervour as the children sang and mesmerized everyone. The danceform of different states presented by students captured everyone’s heart. The meritorious students who secured 10 CGPA and those who proved their mettle in different fields were awarded. The celebration continued with speeches that reminded the students of the sacrifices made by the freedom fighters. The celebrations became all the more special as the lift which is constructed for the help of students with medical issues was inaugurated by esteemed members of management. The AWS President Sh.I.D.Garg ji spoke eloquently about our diverse nation and the relevance of the Constitution. The vote of thanks was proposed by Sh.Rakesh Gupta Ji(School manager).
Tuesday, 12 December 2017
Thursday, 2 November 2017
Tuesday, 3 October 2017
“If your actions inspire other to dream more, do more and become more, you are a leader”. We are gratified to announce that Sayyam Gibrani, Parul Arora and Vatsal Mangla excelled in the semi-finale and finals of nurturing young seeds. A national level program where students prepared themselves in the field of not only journalism but it also gave a lifetime opportunity to these young seed to get an exposure of leadership qualities which will help them grown and lead throughout their life. We are immensely honoured to announce the Sayyam Gibrani of class 11th has won the NYS competition bagging 1st prize and received a cash price of Rs51000/- and the other two students Vatsal Mangala and Parul Arora were entitled leader of community and communication respectively along with one month internship at NYS office in Film City Noida. These three young seeds with their potential overcame various hurdles in the form of 3 challenges in the first round live auditions took place in the school where the children shared their passion/ Dream. For the second level 10 students of our school where selected which they were given a Social task. Out of these 10 top 3 were selected to be part of top 20 All India. Out of these top 20 all the three students were selected for finals which was between 8 students. We congratulate these students who have bought us proud and hope to accomplish more such achievements in the future.
Thursday, 14 September 2017
Thursday, 7 September 2017
Tuesday, 5 September 2017
Ms Punam Gupta-Principal of MAPS acknowledged by Lions Club International Organization and received certificate of honor on the occasion of Teacher’s Day2017.
Her outstanding contribution through innovation and inspiration to achieve educational excellence by propagating the concept of Social and Emotional learning helped in creating a strong base for the progress of the growing minds.
Wednesday, 30 August 2017
Asia Superstar of Maths
“Play is often talked about as if it were a relief from serious learning. But for children, play is a serious learning. – Fred Roger ”. The students of MAPS proved it to be totally true by winning 4 Mangahigh Gold Medals and 2 Silver Medals in Online Maths Competition ‘Asia Superstar of Maths’ held at Mangahigh.com wherein they played mathematical games and also enhanced their learning.
CAA Event on 24th Aug in MAPS
"We don't have to be great to start, but we have to start to be great. "
CAA Event on 24th Aug in MAPS
Final assembly of the Cleaner Air for Primary Schools International Project conducted by Clean Air Asia with 30 Air Quality Champions of Class 5.
Since May 2017, the Air Quality Champions have learnt a lot about Air Pollution, its sources, its affects on our health and our environment. They have also learnt about Nitrogen Dioxide and Particulate Matter (PM 2.5 and PM 10) - poisonous gases that pollute our air and make it difficult to breathe. During their class engagements on air pollution, the Air Quality champions also calculated our own emission scores and learnt how to measure the nitrogen dioxide in our school through diffusion tubes.
They planted the tubes in different areas of the school and sent them to London after two weeks, where the nitrogen dioxide levels captured in the tubes were measured. It was found that the nitrogen dioxide levels in our school are very high. So, we AQ Champions decided to work on projects that will bring the change.
The team conducted surveys with teachers, van drivers and doctors to understand how they contribute to air pollution and how we can all be part of the solution.
Few Air Quality Champions have also planted some air purifying plants in the school.
Monday, 28 August 2017
Interact Club of MAPS and Rotary Club Of New Delhi organised Blood Donation Camp on 26th August 2017 in collaboration with the Rotary Blood Bank. On 25th August 2017 A rally was conducted in the adjoining area by the interactors, members of student council, class 9 th along with few teachers to create awareness regarding the Blood donation camp - highlighting the importance of donating blood. On the day of the event a team of 10 doctors and technicians were present from Rotary blood bank led by Dr. Amit of RBB. The interactors participated with full zeal. President Rtn.Anuj Khurana, Rtn. Prashant Sehgal, Rtn.Vimal Gupta, Rtn. Vikas Seth and Rtn. Gaurav Ahuja graced the occasion and motivated the donors. The school management, Principal, staff and parents participated in the blood donation camp with full zest. Out of 101 donors who volunteered to donate blood, 36 donors were rejected and 65 donors successfully donated leading to collection of 65 units of blood. At the end of the day all were happy and contented with the feeling of doing something good for the needy.
Kudos to MAPS interactors and the teacher in charge, Mrs. Jyoti Aggarwal.
Thursday, 24 August 2017
Curtain Raiser Function - FIFA Under 17 World Cup 2017
With an objective to promote football in India, especially among children and youth, a curtain raiser function was held in Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium on 19th August for FIFA Under-17 World Cup 2017 to be held in India from 6th to 28th October, 2017. In a first of a kind experience, thousands of children along with dignitaries from the Government of India came together to celebrate the launch of the FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017 Trophy Experience in the capital city. Around 7000 school students of Delhi did march past and gave a cultural performance on the theme of sports, specially football in the presence of President, Action Committee of Private Un-Aided Recognized Schools Shri S.K. Bhattacharya. Amongst other dignitaries, Secretary Sports Injeti Srinivas and Tournament Director FIFA U-17 World Cup Javier Ceppi were present at the function. The function was held under Mission XI Million (MXIM). MXIM is the joint program of FIFA, AIFF and Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India. MAPS kept its head high during the celebrations as our student Vansh led 11 band contingents of different schools .
**A true treasured possession!!!**