With an aim to create awareness and develop a pragmatic approach to the real world of business amongst students, the Commerce Club was initiated in 2009.
- Management Dhamaka’', a Commerce club activity was organised on 6 May 2015 as an Inter school competition under Pulse 2015. The participants were required to enact and explain one of the Management Principles of Fayol. 12 teams from different schools participated. The innovative enactments enabled the students to understand the topic in a better manner. The judges, Ms. Shalini Mukhija (P.G.T. Commerce, N.C. Jindal Public School) and Mr. Ankush (Asst. Teacher, Drama, BBPS GR) applauded the spontaneity and enthusiasm of the participants.
- A workshop on business studies was organised on 4 August 2015 by BODMAS Career Academy for class XII commerce student. The workshop focus on the techniques of making Business Studies concepts simpler through innovative diagram, flow charts and short stories.
- The club organised an Inter-house ‘Jan Jagruk Abhiyan’ Competition on 9 October 2015 with the objective to enhance students’ learning through audio-video aids. Participants of each house made a video on one of the consumer rights / duties. These creative and authentic videos provided a useful insight into the topic.
The Dramatics Club was initiated in 2009 to hone the creative and dramatic abilities of our students with the ultimate purpose of developing their overall personality.
- The Dramatics Club presented the play, Roshan Dara, based on the Dhola Maru story, a popular folk tale of Rajasthan, on 1 August 2015 in the school auditorium. It was enacted by 45 students from class IV to XII. Dr Suwarn Rawat, an alumnus of National School of Drama and PhD in Theatre, graced the occasion as the Chief Guest. The Guest of Honour was the notable script writer of the play, Mr Kuldeep Kunal.
- The audience included the distinguished, Mr L R Channa, President, Child Education Society and Chairman of the school along with Mrs Channa; members of the Managing Committee of the school, PTA and Alumni; parents of participating students and Literary Club Members; teachers and students of other schools; and the staff members of the school itself.
Economics Club aims to develop learners’ comprehension of the Indian economy and the world economy. It promotes their ability to analyze the changes taking place within the same.
- The Economics Club organized “Face Off”, an Inter-school role play based competition as a part of PULSE 2015. Each team enacted two opposing concepts from a list of selected topics using relevant props. The idea was to enliven and bring clarity to concepts in Economics and Statistics. The first prize was bagged by Tagore International School. Some of the interesting topics were – Mean vs. Median, Census vs. Sample Survey, Commercial Vs. Central Bank
- Club members updated their display board in the library on the theme “Gross Domestic Product and Employment in the Indian Economy”. A variety of visuals ranging from cartoons to charts have been used to highlight these issues.
- An Inter House competition, ‘Talk Show’ was organized by the club on 23 July 2015 focusing on topics, ‘The Greek Dilemma’ and ‘Make in India’. Using props and slides, students presented an in-depth analysis of their respective topics.
The Electronics Club develops life skills. An awareness is created about the use of various electronic gadgets in everyday life.
- Aryan Gulati (X A) made Organic Watch and Metal Extracting Machine
- Anuj Kumar (XII C) designed INFRA RED remote control receiver using LED.
Environment Club was initiated in 2001 with the purpose to sensitize students to develop an environment supportive attitude so as to protect and preserve our precious environment.
- A special screening of film "Strange Days on Planet Earth - The One Degree Factor" by Rob Whittlesey, was held on 7 March 2017 for the club members to broaden students’’ awareness on climate change.
- The first phase of ‘Trash To Cash Project 2017’, a recycling project was initiated in the second week of March. The waste paper production points have been identified and the collection for the same has started.
- Club members of Primary department initiated the ‘Green Initiative’ to reuse the discarded files. A File Decoration Competition was held on 10 March 2017. Participants decorated the used/discarded files with environment related slogans and pictures. Certificate of Commendation was awarded to the three Best files.
- After much effort, a Paper Recycling machine was received from Ministry of Forests and Environment in the first week of May. The process of installation is going on and it shall become operational soon.
- Two students each from secondary and middle departments participated in Green Gold, an Inter school competition, in the events ‘Rangoli on Acquatic life’ and ‘Best Out of Waste’ organized by Kulachi Hansraj Model school, Ashok Vihar, Delhi.
- In an Interschool competition organized by Ministry of Forests and Environment, four posters on the topic ‘Sustainable Environment’ were sent from middle and senior departments.
- On the occasion of Earth Day on 22 April 2015, members of the club organized a special morning assembly. Members of the Senior Department participated in `Econorm`, an inter-school competition organized by DPS, R K Puram, in August. They prepared and uploaded on YouTube a short film on Electricity Conservation in Hotels. The film got maximum number of views.
- The waste paper collection drive resulted in 500 kg of waste paper being given for 100% recycling to ‘Raddi Express’, an initiative of Recypa India Pvt Ltd.
- Environment club updated its display board and focused on the theme `Human Resources`.
- Green Olympiad, organized by TERI, was held in the school premises. 33 students of Middle and Secondary department participated in the Senior category. Among the 41 participants in the Junior category, 14 students achieved Merit position.
- On 9 September 2015, Ms S K Jain and six members of the Club participated in `Webinar` conducted by CSE to initiate the audit of Waste Management in the school.
- On the occasion of the International Day for Preservation of Ozone Layer, 16 September 2015, Ozone Cell, Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change, Government of India, organized a variety of competitions, namely, Poster Design; Painting; and Slogan Writing. Students in the age group of 13 to 17 years participated. The school received a ‘Certificate of Appreciation’ for active participation in the competition.
- Students of classes IV and V participated in a classroom activity in which they learnt about ozone depletion and damage caused by CFCs and made a wall display portraying the same.
- On 16 October 2015, nine students of Middle Department, were escorted to India International Centre, Lodhi Road, to participate in a Quiz as a part of Ozone Day celebrations. Students received participation certificates.
- A team of ten students led by Ms Shashi Kala Jain (TGT Science) conducted the Green School Audit 2015 focussing on ‘Solid Waste Management’ as a part of Green School Programme by Center for Science and Environment. The audit was completed on 20 November 2015.
- Cleanliness Drive under Swachh Bharat Mission was conducted on 21 and 22 November 2015 in the school campus.
- Activities to celebrate World Food Day 2015, as per the guidelines of CBSE, were held from 16 to 30 October 2015
- Poster making competition focusing on Climate Change was held in the Middle Department on 3 December 2015 under the aegis of Center of Environment Education (CEE) in collaboration with British High Commission and Department of Environment, Delhi Government. Ms Ruchika Bhatia, Project Officer, CEE, adjudged the Posters and top three entries were awarded prizes and certificates.
- Central Ground Water Board (CGWB) in collaboration with Directorate of Education, Govt. of NCT of Delhi, organised a School Level painting/ poster competition as a part of National Campaign on Water Conservation. On 9 December 2015, students of Middle Department participated in a workshop on Water Conservation and later expressed their views in form of posters. Three best posters on the topic `Stop River Pollution’ were sent to CGWB as a part of the Campaign.
- At the Winter Carnival, the Club members reinforcing the theme, Best out of Waste, sold eco-friendly products made by students. They also held various rounds of Quiz to create environmental awareness besides emphasizing the importance of managing waste amongst visitors.
- Under the Mass Pledge Campaign of Swachh Bharat Mission, the Swachhta Pledge was administered to approximately 5000 students of PR and GR campus. The school was registered on the Swachh Bharat website and pictures of the pledge taking event were uploaded. Students and staff were encouraged to register individually on the website.
- A Workshop was conducted for class V students in the school auditorium on 17 February 2016 by PFC Green Energy Limited. The resource persons were Mr Bipin Kher and Mr Alok Aggarwal. A short film on green energy and power conservation was shown to the students, followed by a round of quiz. Winners were rewarded.
- As per circular received from DOE, TREE CENSUS of the school was conducted from 19 to 25 February 2016 by members of the club. Over 140 trees in the campus were identified and recorded.
- Students of class IV and V attended the Environment Festival organized by Springdales Education Society in Chattarpur. The enjoyed hands-on experience on the potter’s wheel , paper recycling etc. and appreciated the displayed Environment Science models. A guided Nature Walk was also organized.
Following the guidelines of CBSE, the club was initiated for students of senior department in 2012. The club activities aim at creating awareness and sensitizing students regarding the importance of health and wellbeing.
- Prabhbani Kaur (VIII B), Chahat Jain (VI B), Sukriti Rathore (X G) and Sonya Khanna (X G) participated in Inter School Poster Competition “Running towards a healthy future” in two categories, classes VI-VIII and classes IX-XI.
The competition organised by HRIDAY in collaboration with the Indian Academy of Paediatrics, Association for Adolescent and Child care in India, the Public Health Foundation of India was a part of the collaborative “Non Communicable Disease Child Advocacy in Action” Programe which aims at engaging paediatricians and schools in addressing the NCD epidemic in India.
- The school was selected among the top 8 schools of Delhi for “The Movie Making Workshop” held at Salwan Public School, Mayur Vihar, Phase III from 5 to 8 May 2015. Five students of the school, Divyam Gupta, Atishay Jain, Suvansh Arya of class IX and Satyarth Rajput, Neelanjan of class VIII, participated in this workshop conducted by Mr. Shiva Sharma and Mr. Tanmay, the eminent filmmakers from PVR. The workshop aimed at training the students in the domain of movie making and photography. During the training program, students were given an opportunity to make and shoot their own movies.
- 50 students of class XI attended an Exhibition-cum-Seminar held at Ganga Ram Hospital 15 July 2015 to mark the National Plastic Surgery Day. While the Exhibition focused on how plastic surgery is done the Seminar laid emphasis on First Aid training required for common household and burn injuries.
- The ‘World No Tobacco Day’, designated by the World Health Organization (WHO), is observed every year on 31 May. As per the guidelines of CBSE, from 13 to 17 July 2015, the school organised a series of competitions, namely, Poster Making, Essay Writing, Nukkad Natak/Skit and Jingle/Songs on this theme. Students from classes VI to X participated in these competitions.Two selected Posters and two selected Essays besides recordings of two Nukkad Nataks and two Jingles was sent to CBSE for evaluation. The school has been selected as one of the winners by CBSE for its excellent performance in the Nukkad Natak.
- 15 students of classes IX to XI visited MTNL Perfect Health Mela – 2015, jointly organised by Heart Care Foundation of India (HCF) and NDMC at Talkatora Stadium, ND on 4 November 2015. Eight of these students participated in a quiz organized by Coca Cola and won Coca Cola Hampers as prizes.
- The school participated in competitions organised in the International Summit on Adolescent Life Skill, Values, Gender, and School Well Being by Expressions India from 9 to 11 December 2015 at Summer Field School, ND.
- Meritorious Certificate (second prize) was won in the competition, ‘Theme Song on Gender and Values’, among 72 participants. Ratee Bahree (IX B) sang the song with Malvika (VIII H) accompanying her on the synthesiser. The song was scripted by Ms Anju Arora (TGT Hindi) with music composed by Mr Jha (Asst Tr Music)
- Five club members of class X and Ms Shweta Khurana, Club Incharge attended a workshop ‘Examination Stress Management’ conducted by Dr. Mukul Arora, Psychologist and Dr Latika Bhalla, Paediatrician at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital on 4 February 2016.
- The workshop focused on psychological and biological aspects of stress. Emphasis was laid on time management, consistency in studying, revisions, small breaks and constructive structuring of thought process for better performance. A Yoga session was also held to improve concentration and attentiveness amongst students.
Heritage Club was established in the school in 2010, with the purpose to create awareness and instill pride among learners regarding the rich cultural legacy of India and sensitize them towards the need to preserve the same.
- Thirty members of the club from classes VI to VIII prepared Newsletters focusing on e different aspects of Indian Heritage. These included articles , crossword puzzles , little snippets of information regarding tangible and intangible aspects of cultural heritage of India. The Newsletters were given appropriate and innovative names, such as, Cultural Express, Gazette India etc.
- The club members participated in competition ‘Built Heritage of India and Me’ organised by ITIHAAS on the occasion of World Heritage Day on 18 April 2015 at Red Fort. Students participated in two events: Tile Painting for classes IV – V and Scrap Art – a 3D visual of a monument using a carton for classes VI – VIII. Besides this, the students of classes VI – VIII also acted as ambassadors to spread awareness about Indian Heritage to the visitors at the Red Fort.
- Sanskrit Shloka Competition was organized on 26 August 2015 for the club members. Each participant chose a Shloka from Ishawasyoupanishad and transcribed the same in an attractive manner along with its meaning. The activity helped to familiarize students with the ancient Indian text.
- Members of Heritage Club prepared PowerPoint presentations on ‘Tribal societies of India’ to create awareness regarding the history of the nomadic tribes; their customs; dresses; and food habits.
- Students of Middle Department participated in a Poster Making Competition in February 2016. Through the posters, they expressed their ideas on the ways to spread tolerance in community. This Competition was adjudged by Ms Shilpi Das, Art Teacher.
Interact Club was initiated in the school with the purpose of developing a concern for the society and the world at large, amongst students.
BLOOD DONATION CAMP
The Interact Club in collaboration with Rotary Club, Delhi Midtown, organised a Blood Donation Camp on 17 February 2018, in the school premises. 36 people volunteered for donation and 20 units of blood was collected. The donors were given a certificate and refreshment after the donation.
- The Primary Department at Pusa Road Campus collected and donated toys to the NGO ‘The Toy Bank’ on 8 May 2015. This organization works to recycle and distribute toys to the less privileged and needy children of our society.
- Interact Club and Health & Wellness Club in collaboration with NGO MIW foundation organized the Road Safety Awareness Workshop on 29 April 2015. The resource persons were Mr. Gulshan Garg, MD Shri Sai Creation; and Sanjeev Sharma, Area manager Larsen & Toubro Limited. The workshop consisted of the following two activities –
- Shining Stars of Road Safety - Students of secondary department attended the workshop on different aspects of road safety. The workshop was followed by a test and students scoring more than 85 percent were shortlisted for the next round of quiz. The quiz included objective type and audio visual questions. The winning team was awarded a trophy & gifts.
- CRF- 50 activity - 40 students of primary department were trained to ride a two-wheeler with correct posture and control. The students were also trained to follow traffic rules while riding the vehicle. Certificates were awarded to all the participants.
- The Literacy Week was celebrated from 24 August to 2 September 2015, under aegis of Delhi School Literacy Project (DSLP). Students of classes VI to XI actively participated in the competitions – Story and Script Writing, Group Song, Slogan Writing /Poster Making and Powerpoint Presentation which were held in different member schools of DSLP. Mridula Jain of class VII won the second position in Story Writing Competition held in 3rd Centenary GTB School, Mansarover Garden on 26 August 2015. She was felicitated in the Valedictory Ceremony that was held in Springdales School, Dhaula Kuan on 11 September 2015.
- BBPS GRH Marg got the privilege to organise Inter School Hindi Poetry Recitation Competition under aegis of DSLP on 24 August 2015. Mr. Sunil Joshi, Anchor Correspondent DD News and Educationist graced the occasion as the Chief Guest. The ceremony commenced with lighting of the ceremonial lamp. The school choir paid obeisance to goddess Saraswati with eloquent hymns. Participants from 17 schools presented poems on ‘Literacy’. The panel of judges consisted of Dr Sandhaya Garg (Assistant Professor JDM College), Ms Nirmal Taneja (Writer and Educationist) and Ms Shobhana Srivastava (Assistant Director, Ministry of Petroleum). Mr Joshi addressed the audience regarding the potential of education to bring about a paradigm change in society. Ms Vijaya Puri, Coordinator, Each One Teach One Project, thanked the school for putting up a successful show.
- Ms Arti Gupta, Asst. Teacher along with 13 members of the club from classes VI to XI attended Thalassemia Awareness Campaign, organised by Rotary International and Rotary Noida Blood Bank on 27 September 2015 at Rotary Noida Blood Bank, Noida. The guest speaker, Ms Tejinder Kaur, Chairperson, Thalassemia Committee, Rotary International District 3011, apprised the audience regarding different aspects of Thalassemia. Ms Arti Gupta has been deputed as Ambassador of Thalassemia for 2015-18 with the objective of spreading awareness about Thalassemia among students.
- As a part of Hindustan Times and Dabur Chywanprash-Immune India School Challenge, the club members organised a woollen collection drive in the school during November - December 2015.
- The school hosted the ‘Handing over of Woollens Ceremony’ for Immune India School Challenge on 15 December 2015. Representatives of 8 schools donated their respective collected woollens to the NGO Goonj. The programme emphasized the importance of sharing and caring for the underprivileged.
- On the occasion of Winter Carnival, the club donated Rs. 11000/- to NGO, Prateek catering to children with special needs. 15 children of the NGO were also sponsored to Carnival and given gift hampers consisting of stationery items etc. Additionally, the school donated toys in good condition, collected by students to ‘The Toy Bank’, an NGO with the mission ‘recycle toys, recycle smiles’. Through the sale of various items made by students, funds were raised for donations to NGOs as well.
- ‘Each One Teach One Project’ under the aegis of DSLP was initiated for the session 2015 – 16. Besides other volunteers, all students of class IX enrolled for the programme. Meri Kitab – I, II and III was distributed to all. The volunteers administered T-9 paper of Meri Kitab III to their respective learners. These were submitted to DSLP.
- ‘Anubhuti Project’ was initiated by Interact Club of the school with the intention of providing basic computer knowledge and to share school resources with the underprivileged students of NGO Palna, under the aegis of Delhi Council for Child Welfare . Besides various sessions on using computers effectively, the school also organised sports activities; trained students in the craft of quilling; and guided them to determine components of food in a given sample. 180 story books collected from students of our school were also donated.
- In the last session that was held on 11 March 2016, the Club in-charges, Ms Arti Gupta and Ms.Ruchi Sethi visited NGO Palna and administered a test to assess the computer knowledge gained by the students of Palna. Successful candidates were felicitated with an Achievement Certificate issued by the school and all the enrolled students were given gifts as a token of appreciation for their efforts.
- Dr. Sandhya Bhalla, Director, Delhi Council for Child Welfare, through a Letter of Appreciation, acknowledged the support extended by BBPS GR for imparting computer literacy to students of Palna.
Students of Photography Club bagged First Position in Expressions India Film Festival 2017. The event took place on 20 and 21 July 2017. It was a National Level Competition where 40 teams all over India participated. Movie was based on Family Bonding and title of the movie was 'IMLI'
Under the aegis of the Road Safety Club, a drawing and colouring competition was organised for the students of Primary, Middle and Senior Departments at Gangaramand Pusa Road Campus on 25 October, 2017. The Competition was organised in collaboration with Delhi Traffic Police. Around 60 students of the Primary Department creatively coloured activity sheets depicting the importance of traffic rules while the students of the Middle and Senior Departments designed colourful poster and made attractive drawings on the theme. Three best entries from each department were awarded by Delhi Traffic Police.
Reinitiated in the session 2014-15 in collaboration with “Building Blocks Learning Solution Pvt. Ltd”, the Club aims to build a strong base in computer programming and artificial intelligence among students.
Altogether 79 students enrolled in the club for Level I and II. The first session of the club was held on 26 September 2015. It focused on – Introduction of Robotics and its Branches; Role of Robotics in modern life; Various components of Robotronics Kit; Different robotics design to be developed with the help of Robotic Kit; Details of IRC competition.
Subsequent sessions for each Level included the following:
- Level 1 – Gripper Robots, Robotic Arm, Object Lifter, Wide screen wiper and Scissor Lift.
- Level 2 – Programming robots for motor operation, Use of scissors in robotics, Line follower robots and Obstacle avoiders.
- On 30 January 2016, a common final session for Level I and II, on Design of “Object Lifter & Push Robot Model” was conducted.
- On 15 February 2016, the club members competed with each other to prepare robotic models based on given task. The same were displayed and appreciated by the club instructors.
Presentation on Road Safety
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Students of Safety Club gave presentation on Road Safety to students of class 6 on 01/08/2017. The aim was to sensitize students on the need for inculcating the importance of following road safety rules. The presentation entailed various aspects of Road Safety like crossing the road from zebra crossing, wearing bright colour clothes while on road etc. The presentation also emphasised on the need of playing in parks rather than street.
Culmination Ceremony of School Safety Club
The Culmination Ceremony of School Safety Club was held at India Habitat Centre on 13th May 2017. The event started with the address by Mr. Vaibhav Kush, Research Consultant, Sustainable Cities, WRI India on Safety Club. The presentation on the project was given by each member school. The following heads were covered in the presentation:
(i) Expected Outcomes
(ii) Knowledge Gained
(iii) Initiatives taken to spread the knowledge
(iv) Future initiatives planned.
The road audit reports and the audit summary were submitted by each club member.
Tech Club was initiated in July 2015 in collaboration with STRIDE Networks. The club aims to bridge the gap between academics and vocational training besides honing the technological skills of the learners.
- 72 students of classes V to X enrolled in level I for one of the three courses, namely, Web Designing; Graphics Designing; and App Development. Each course consisted of 24 sessions of an hour and a half, each. These were conducted in school’s computer laboratories by a team of highly qualified and dedicated professionals.
- On 26 November 2015, an activity based assessment was conducted for each of these courses to test the club members’ understanding of the software taught. The members of Graphic Designing made a Poster each on Iron Man vs. Captain America. The Web designing members developed a website each, on a Tourist destination. A Treasure Hunt game was developed by the members of App Development group.
- The club organized Technovanza 1.0, an interschool competition, in collaboration with Stridebuds, on 9 February 2016. 129 students of 20 schools from all over Delhi, participated in the grand event to showcase their technical skills.
Tod Fod Jod Club under National Innovation Council, Planning Commission, India was initiated in our school on 4 September 2012, following the guidelines of CBSE, to develop analytical & scientific skills among children.
- Suvankar Panja (XI H) made a projector using magnifying glass, mobile phone and a cardboard box. The projector was prepared by applying the principle that concave lens diverges light and forms a larger image
- Kunal Kakria (XI C) made a game called ATOM. He used aluminum foil, bulbs and magnet with metal balls. The game was based on the principle that current flows in a closed circuit. Whenever the metallic ball touched the boundary, the circuit got completed and the bulb glowed.
- Shivansh Sharma (XI C) has designed a small power saving table lamp.
- Club members of classes VI to VIII prepared a ‘Mini Cooler’, using spray bottle, fan, battery and wires. The fan is attached to the nozzle of the spray bottle and when the circuit is switched on, the moving fan gives a shower of cool water. This gives the soothing effect to the user in hot weather. It’s a mini replica of the cooling devices used in various events.
- Club members of Middle Department prepared a ‘Solar Cap’ that has a small solar panel and a fan attached to it. The panels on the cap capture sunlight causing the fan to move.
- Waste Paper Slippers’ using old newspapers, fevicol, cardboard and ribbons was made by club members of Middle department. These slippers can take a weight of about 100 kg.
- Vishakha (IV B) prepared a Windmill using plastic fan, motor small bulbs connecting wires.
- Akshat Batra (VIII C) prepared an Electronic Skating Board. It has been made using skate board, motors, wheels, 24 V rechargeable battery, wires, dual Electronic Speed Controller (ESC), U clips and Y connectors. Proper connections of electronics devices were made below the skate board and wheels were also attached. The skate board is controlled by using a hand operated remote that can be used to control its speed.
- Devangi Dhawan (IV B) prepared a Hydraulic Elevator using shoe box, match box, 2 syringes and a pipe based on the principle of Pascal law.
- Vidisha and Jiya Singharia (IV A) prepared a Pulley using a pen stand, wheel and thread
- Shivansh Sharma of XI C, made Solar Energy Chaser based on photo conductivity of light dependent resistor (LDR) and voltage drop of temperature sensor.
- Club members of classes IV and V dismantled a waste pencil cell using a screwdriver and studied parts of the cell, namely, -metal casing; zinc can; electrolyte; Graphite rod; etc.
- A string of decorative lights using transparent plastic glasses, colored wool and a string of yellow light bulbs was made by club members of classes IV and V.
- Akshat Batra of VIII C prepared a working model of battery eliminator using a discarded battery box transformer, capacitors etc. A knob outside the box, helped to adjust the voltage of the battery between 0-12 volts.
Among the 20 registered participants for Bronze Level, 17 successfully completed their planned tasks for the Bronze level. They have received the Bronze Award which consists of a Badge and certificate each. The names of the students are following:
*Sanya Malhotra (IX D) *Riteeka Rawat (X E)
*Varun Gandhi (X F) *Anishka Dogra (X A)
*Kushagra Jain (X A) *Vidhi Anand (X F)
*Ishita Chitkara (X E) * Shruti Jha (X A)
*Manvi Gupta (IX B) *Anmol Arora (IX B)
*Anmol Arora (IX B) *Dhruvi Ahuja (X H)
*Shivam Tandon (X F) *Siddhant Bansal (X E)
*Shubhangi Mittal ( X A) *Wamica Walia (X A)
*Syed Ali Hamda (IX B) *Maytri Mahajan (X F)