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Interhouse Nukkad Natak (Street Play) competition 2019
Interhouse Nukkad Natak (Street Play) competition 2019   ...

Rabindranath World School, Gurugram organised an Interhouse Streetplay Competition for grade 6th to 8th on July, 25th,2019 in the school auditorium, wherein street plays were staged to spread important message on social issues to overcome the real challenges in life. In this competition, four houses participated and every one come up with wonderful ideas and riveting topics like: Women Empowerment by Nalanda House, Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao by Prayag House, Voting Awareness by Shantiniketan House, Cyber Crime by Takshila House.
Nalanda House students displayed their topic very well and captured the attention of spectators. They secured 1st Position followed by Takshila in 2nd.
The students gave very expressive and eloquent rendition. The participants seemed to enjoy their performance.
Beats of Dholki, Dhapli, Jingles, Dupatta, loud throats and last but not the least, the humor stunned the audience.
The participants were appreciated and congratulated by School Chairman, Wing Cdr. Y S Tomar and Director, Mrs. Manisha Singh.


    Father's Day Celebration 2019
    Father's Day Celebration 2019   ...

    Father’s day was celebrated at Rabindranath World School on 24 July, 2019. The event was organised by Mrs. Preethi Ranjith, the headmistress of the Primary Section along with the teachers and students of class V. The programme was compered by Parth Pathak and Naisha Rathi, both students of Class V. The event started with a speech by Kashvee Agrawal, who shared her heartfelt feelings for her father. It is said that for a daughter, no matter where she goes in life, her father will always be number one and for a son, his dad is a role model. Then we had a graceful medley dance that expressed these sentiments. Manas Gupta further recited a poem called ‘My Dad’s Hand’. This was followed by the choir group, which sang a melodious song, ‘I see a Hero’. for their dads.  Then, we had a shayari by Mishka Roy and Astha Singh which depicted the sentiments that we should never forget our parents, they are the reason for our existence. Then the students performed a mime which expressed the thought that our parents didn’t leave us when we were young, so we should not leave them when they are old. Anushree Pandey further recited a Hindi poem that conveyed the feeling that a father is one of the most unsung, unpraised, unnoticed and yet one of the most valuable assets in a child’s life. This was followed by an energetic Bhangra dance by the students which lit up   the mood of the audience. The programme was concluded by some games, where fathers made plaits for their daughters and performed a paper dance. The winners were awarded for the same.  The parents thoroughly enjoyed the performance put up by the students and appreciated the efforts of their wards, the teachers and the school management. 


      Investiture Ceremony 2019
      Investiture Ceremony 2019   ...

      “A leader is not born by made by the experiences of life”. The investiture ceremony of Rabindranath World School for the academic session 2019-20 was held on 15th July with great pomp and dignity in a special ceremony at the school auditorium. The ceremony commenced with the lighting of the lamp by the director, Mrs. Manisha Singh, followed by Saraswati Vandana, which signifies the removal of darkness. The glitters of RWS were bestowed with the responsibility of leading the school from the front. The elected leaders were conferred with badges and sashes by the esteemed Chairman, Wg. Cdr. Y S Tomar. The students’ council under the leadership of Head Boy, Yuv Gandhi and Head Girl, Tejaswani Soma, took the pledge to abide by the school rules and hold the school motto in high esteem. The Chairman congratulated the office bearers and motivated them to deliver their responsibilities to the best of their abilities. He advised them to be role models and extended a supporting hand to the students’ council for the smooth running of the school. The function culminated with the vote of thanks.