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INTER HOUSE COMPETITIONS

  
Session 2019-20 

 

WALL MAGAZINE COMPEITION


Our school organized the Inter-House Wall Magazine Competition for the category seniors. Four Participants from each house participated in this competition from each house. Various articles, interesting facts, and other materials had been created by students for the same and displayed on the board. The judges of this competition Sir Director, Mr. Jatinderpal Singh Randhawa, and Ma'am Principal, Mrs. Sakshi Chopra assessed them on the basis of 1. Attractiveness 2. Presentation 3. Relevancy of Graphics 4. Attention to details. The jury members asked them questions regarding the theme they depicted on the board. They also gave them suggestions to improve their work. It was a sheer delight to see all of them expressing themselves so beautifully through the medium of art. In this competition, Tulip House bagged 1st position,2nd position was bagged by Daffodil House whereas Lotus House got the 3rd position. The winners of the competition were awarded certificates by Sir Director and Ma'am Principal.

FLOWER ARRANGEMENT


The research shows that flowers are the perfect expression of gratitude and appreciation, and they deliver a message with sincerity and care. These positive characteristics also are attributed to the giver. Keeping this in view, our school organized the Inter - House Flower Arrangement Competition for the category seniors. In this competition, 4 students from each house participated. All the participants enthusiastically took part in the competition and their knowledge about the flowers used was incredible. One could not miss out the interesting captions added to their arrangements. It was a beautiful display of creativity, symmetry and blend of colours. Sir Director,Mr. Jatinderpal Singh Randhawa and Ma'am Principal,Mrs. Sakshi Chopra adjudged the competition on the basis of 1.Innovation 2. Theme & Design 3. Presentation
In this competition, Daffodil House got 1st and Tulip House got the second position whereas the 3rd position was shard by both Lotus and Carnation House.
Sir Director and Ma'am Principal were spellbound to see the creativity of the students. Both Sir and Ma'am congratulated the winners and awarded them certificates.


COOK WITHOUT FIRE COMPETITION


To develop the skill of non- flame dishes among the students, the inter-house ‘Cooking without fire’ competition was organized for the category Colts and Fillies.
The students exhibited their culinary skills and prepared nutritious and healthy dishes with fruits, vegetables, and sprouts, etc.
It was a feast for the eyes and stomach as well. The participants coined very interesting and creative titles for their dishes and presented them in an artistic and aesthetic style also. The competition was adjudged by Sir, Director, Mr. Jatinderpal Singh Randhawa, and Ma'am Principal, Mrs. Sakshi Chopra on the behalf of 1. Arrangement 2. Creativity 3.Presentaion 4.Utility. In this competition, Daffodil House wrested 1st position and Tulip House got 2nd position whereas 3rd position was shared by both Lotus and Carnation House. Sir Director and Ma'am appreciated the efforts of the students and congratulated them on their achievement.

INTER HOUSE SPELL BEE AND POWER  POINT COMPETITION

The Inter-House Spell Bee and PowerPoint Presentation Competitions were organized by our school.
As Language plays an important role in the all-round development of a student. Appropriate words with correct spelling convey the right message.
“Spelling is important because it aids in reading. It helps cement the connection that is shared between sounds and letters.”
The Spell Bee Competition is conducted to give students a platform to learn spellings in different ways, enrich their vocabulary, learn concepts and develop the use of correct English. The competition was divided into 4 rounds such as Spell Well, Word Formation, Word Chain and Dictation. All of the participants worked incredibly hard to prepare themselves for this competition and gave their best.

In the second part of the competition,2 students from each house participated in PowerPoint Presentation Competition.This competition was a good opportunity to display the collaborative effort of students from different houses and classes. It brought forth a lovely amalgamation of intelligence, research, and creativity.
Sir Director,Mr. Jatinderpal Singh Randhawa and Ma'am Principal congratulated the winners and awarded them certificates.

INTER HOUSE MATHS MODEL MAKING COMPETITION

 



 




 

“Pure Mathematics is, in its way the poetry of logical reasoning.”

To enhance the mathematical skills of the students and eliminate the “Maths Phobia " The Inter-House Maths Model Making competition was organized in the school. In this competition, three students from each house participated.
This competition was adjudged by Sir Director, Mr. Jatinderpal Singh Randhawa and Ma'am Principal,Mrs. Sakshi Chopra on the basis of following parameters of assessment :
1.Technical skills/workmanship 2. Utility/Educational Value 3. Presentation -Explanation and demonstration 4. Principle.
All the houses competed with full zeal and enthusiasm to excel and achieve success. The efforts and dedication of the participants could be witnessed through various models based on the concept of Trigonometry, Geometry, Probability and many more.
Both Sir and Ma'am accoladed the efforts of the students and awarded the winners certificates.

INTER HOUSE SCIENCE  MODEL MAKING COMPETITION

 


 



 


 

The science of today is the technology of tomorrow.’ Edward Teller

It is very important for the students to explore and engage in enquiry-based learning. Science exhibitions provide a platform whereby students indulge in hands-on activities and project making. This surely nurtures their inquisitive minds and unleashes creativity.
Giving this due importance, Our school organized The Inter-House Science Model Making Competition. Three students from each house participated in this competition. The competition was adjudged by Sir Director, Mr. Jatinderpal Singh Randhawa and Ma'am Principal,Mrs. Sakshi Chopra on the basis of following parameters of assessment :
1.Technical skills/workmanship 2. Utility/Educational Value 3. Presentation -Explanation and demonstration 4. Principle.
The students formed groups and every group prepared a working model which was assembled in the school. All the models captivated the judges’ attention. The students prepared working model such as Agriculture- modern techniques and irrigation, Community health and environment, The impact of thermal pollution on the environment, etc. The students elucidated the judges about their working models. It was a hands-on experience for them which also helped them to research, create, collaborate and communicate. Both Sir and Ma'am were delighted to see the students having a scientific bent of mind. The winners were awarded certificates by Sir Director and Ma'am Principal.

INTER HOUSE ENGLISH DEBATE COMPETITION

 
 


 

 

“It is better to debate a question without settling it than to settle a question without debating it” - Joseph Joubert
To hone public speaking skills of the students and teach them to be articulate while expressing their thoughts and opinions, our school organized The Inter – House English Debate competition for the category Colts and Fillies. The competition was adjudged by Sir Director, Mr. Jatinderpal Singh Randhawa and Ma'am Principal, Mrs. Sakshi Chopra on the basis of following parameters of assessment:
1. Content relevance
2. strength of arguments
3. Presentation style
It was indeed a riveting debate with a crisscross of opinions and apt rebuttal and the speakers spoke with enthusiasm and gusto. The participants were well prepared and undoubtedly convinced the audience and jury members of their beliefs and views. The participants were armed with confidence and hard work. Both Sir Director and Ma'am Principal appreciated the efforts of the participants and lauded the teachers for grooming the students.


INTER HOUSE STORY NARRATION COMPETITION

 
 


 
 

A wise man once said, “After nourishment, shelter and companionship, stories are the thing we need most in the world.” It’s the stories that give wings to our imagination and take us to places beyond the boundaries of our physical world and into the land of fairies, dragons and wishing trees. It is in our imagination that we embrace things and situations that we shy away from the real world. Since time immemorial, storytelling has been an integral part of our childhood. To keep the tradition going and to incite curiosity and the love for reading in students, The Inter- House Story Telling Competition was organized for the category Atoms. Five students from each house participated in this competition
The students participated with their tremendous efforts to make this event a successful one. The stories that they narrated were moral based and these young story tellers used a variety of props to make their stories interesting and expressive. Each story concluded with a moral highlighting the different values of life. The judges for this event were Sir Director, Mr. Jatinderpal Singh Randhawa and Ma'am Principal, Mrs. Sakshi Chopra who assessed the performance of the students on the basis of 1. Presentation 2. Voice Intonation 3. Gesture.
Both Sir Director and Ma’am Principal praised the efforts of the young GADIANs and awarded the winners certificates.

INTER HOUSE EXTEMPORE COMPETITION

 
 


 
 

Public Speaking is gradually becoming an integral part of a students life. So, it becomes imperative to prepare them for this from the early stages of their school lives. GADPS believes in undertaking such challenges which result in the betterment of its scholars. Therefore, an extempore Competition was conducted for the category seniors.

Every participant was given three minutes precisely to prepare the speech on the topic allotted at that moment. The students were asked to pick up slips for the sequence of participation and also for the topic to be assigned. The participants quickly got into their calm domain to tackle the uncanny topics conscientiously and prudently only to make each one praiseworthy and a spontaneous speaker.
The topics in the competition varied from being associated with current news, issues, and happenings, to topics that were completely abstract.
The competition was adjudged by Sir Director, Mr. Jatinderpal Singh Randhawa and Ma'am Principal, Mrs. Sakshi Chopra on the basis of the following parameters of assessment :
1. Content Relevancy
2. Confidence
3. Clarity of Speech
4. Fluency
Sir Director and Ma'am Principal lauded the efforts of the students and awarded the winners certificates.

INTER HOUSE QUIZ COMPETITION

 
 


 
 

"If you have knowledge, let others light their candles in it."
To engage and improve the cognitive skill of the students, an Inter-House Quiz Competition was organized for the category Colts and Fillies in which 4 participants from each house participated. The competition was graced by Sir Director, Mr. Jatinderpal Singh Randhawa and Ma'am Principal, Mrs. Sakshi Chopra. The whole competition was divided into 3 rounds 1. Introductory Round 2. Audio- Visual Round 3. Rapid Fire Round. The quizmaster, Mr. Ramandeep Singh announced the rules and conducted the quiz in a very interactive way and the teams participated with great enthusiasm. In the first round, 6 questions were asked to each house and 10 marks were awarded to correct answer. The round was divided into further two sub-parts i.e. Audio Round and Visual Round. In this round students were given the option to be selected as 1. Double 2. Trouble 3. Take a Chance. For the third round, 1 minute was given to the students to give the answers. Though some of the questions were very tricky, the teams tried to answer them with confidence. The audience also got a chance to participate when the teams answered incorrectly. The evolving curious minds that emerged as winners were students of Carnation House whereas 2nd position was bagged by Tulip House and 3rd position was bagged by Daffodil House. Everyone clapped and cheered for the ecstatic winning team. Sir Director and Ma'am congratulated the winners and conferred them with certificates.

INTER HOUSE SHOW AND TELL COMPETITION

 
 


 
 

‘Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn." With the same motive, The Show and Tell Competition was conducted for the category Atoms. Two students from each house participated in this competition. Students were very thrilled and participated whole-heartedly in the competition. They were full of zeal and showcased their immense talent with confidence. The competition helped the students to gain confidence and improve their vocabulary and public speaking skills. The competition also helped to develop the cognitive and creative skills of students. Students were able to translate their thought and ideas into words spontaneously. Students got a chance to think 'out of the box' and invite their teacher and classmates to come into their own little splendid world for a minute. The students boldly gave their presentations and used the platform effectively to represent their aptitude and flair for English speaking. The competition was adjudged by Sir Director, Mr. Jatinderpal Singh Randhawa and Ma’am Principal, Mrs. Sakshi Chopra on the basis of the following parameters of assessment:
1. Content
2. Props
3. Clarity in Delivery
All the participants left the judges and audience spellbound with the talent. Sir Director and Ma'am Principal praised the efforts of the students and their mentor.

INTER HOUSE PUNJABI DECLAMATION COMPETITION

 
 
 
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