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MAPS BAND - 1st Position at State Level

MAPS - A new feather in the cap......

A new feather in the cap...... MAPS Nursery wing ranked 4th in Delhi by Digital Learning  Preschool ranking......Nursery wing coordinator Mrs. Pooja Gaur  receiving the award for the same.


Congratulations to everyone




MAPS - ANOTHER ACCOLADE FOR THE WORTHY SCHOOL AND THE WORTHY PARTICIPANT

ANOTHER ACCOLADE FOR THE WORTHY SCHOOL AND THE WORTHY PARTICIPANT
MC Sharen Ganesh of class XI B (Science Stream) is ranked among the top 10% participants in the TIMES SPARK SCHORLASHIP EXAM from THE TIMES GROUP held in the academic year 2017-18. He has also been honoured with a PLATINUM CERTIFICATE OF MERIT for his achievement.  Congratulations to MC Sharen Ganesh for being a spark of intelligence for
others to follow

MAPS - Mitsubishi Asian Enikki Festa

Mitsubishi Asian Enikki Festa is a competition where a child can show his /her talent by drawing   such pages with their whole hardwork. Many students  participated in this competition and were      asked to draw five pages describing a whole day of an Indian. The students  submitted their work in    files and all files  were given ahead. After a month, in the month of January the results were declared and many students cleared the level of this competition.In February, the students were given the certificate of participation and also momento, camlin oil pastels and pencil colours as prize of first level.

MAPS - Yet We Made It Again!!!!

It was a dream come true for Akshat Gupta, Khushi Jain, Vrinda  Maheswari, Aditi Chauhan & Rishabh Jain to represent not only our school  but Delhi state also at 25th National Children Science  Congress (27th -31st Dec) held at Science City, Ahmedabad,  Gujarat under the able guidance of Ms.Ruchi Sharma . The event was organized by Deptt. of Science, Govt. of  India. The well appreciated project was presented by our group  leader Akshat Gupta; our budding gems received laurels by Hon’ble Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani. It is worthy to mention that there were 662 projects in total not only from  India but also from other Asian countries like Laos, Malaysia,  Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Qatar, Philippines, Myanmar,  Kuwait and Bahrain.