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World Health Day ( 7 April) The World Health Day is held to mark WHO’s founding (1948) and is seen as an opportunity by the organization to draw worldwide attention to health. *The theme of this day in 2021 is ‘ Building a fairer, healthier world’ *The headquarters of WHO- World Health Organisation is in Geneva, Switzerland. *India became member of WHO on 12 January 1948. *Aaryans reaffirm their gratitude and appreciation to the frontline workers in this time of pandemic. Happy Reading! Librarian Ms Deepika APJ Abdul Kalam Library, TAGS.


26 January was chosen as the Republic Day when the declaration of Indian Independence ( Purna Swaraj ) was proclaimed by the Indian National Congress. The Indian Constitution is the Longest Constitution in the World. It has a total of 448 articles. It took Dr. B. R. Ambedkar 2 years, 11 months, and 18 days to draft the constitution. The first Republic Day Parade was held at Rajpath in 1955. A 21 gun salute is fired as the President of India unfurls the tricolor, as a naval and military mark of honour. President Sukarno, Indonesia’s first President attended Republic Day celebrations as the first Chief Guest. Jair Messias Bolsonaro, Brazil’s President will be the Chief Guest on 71st Republic Day celebrations. On 26th 1965, Hindi was declared the national languge of India. The first Republic Day Parade was held at Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium and was attended by 15,000 civilians. Happy Reading! APJ Abdul Kalam Library, TAGS.


National Unity Day 31 Oct. Rashtriya Ekta Diwas was introduced by the Govt. of India in 2014 also known as National Unity Day. Rashtriya Ekta Diwas celebrates the birthday of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel – Iron Man of India on 31 Oct. Sardar Patel was the first Deputy PM of India. He was a senior leader of the Indian National Congress and a founding father of the Republic of India. He played a leading role in the country’s struggle for independence and its integration into a united, independent nation. The statue of Unity, the world’s latest statue was dedicated to him on 31 October 2018. Happy Reading! APJ Abdul Kalam Library, TAGS.


From the Librarian Desk World Ozone Day Sept. 16 World Ozone Day has been celebrated since 1994 and was established by the United Nations General Assembly. The day is mainly intended to spread awareness of the depletion of the Ozone Layer and search for solutions to preserve it. Ozone layer was discovered by Charles Fabry and Henri Bussion, French physicists in 1913. The main function of the ozone layer is to absorb the Sun’s ultraviolet radiation, hence protecting the Earth from its harmful effects. Ozone layer is able to absorb up to 98 % of the sun ultraviolet light and 90% of the ozone is located in the stratosphere layer of the atmosphere. Some countries have banned the use of chlorofluorocarbons (CFC) aerosol sprays which causes depletion of ozone layer. Let us all be aware and take action to save the environment. Happy Reading! APJ Abdul Kalam Library, TAGS.


From the Librarian Desk Hindi Diwas 14 Sept. Hindi day is celebrated in India to celebrate the popularity of Hindi as an official language of India. Hindi divas is also celebrated as the birth anniversary of Beohar Rajendra Simha, who contributed in highlighting the importance of Hindi. Hindi is also spoken in Mauritius, Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana, Nepal and Suriname. Hindi is the fourth most spoken first language of nearly 430 million people. The word Hindi has been derived from Persian word Hind which means Land of the Indus river. Happy Reading! APJ Abdul Kalam Library, TAGS.


From the Librarian Desk Hindi Diwas 14 Sept. Hindi day is celebrated in India to celebrate the popularity of Hindi as an official language of India. Hindi divas is also celebrated as the birth anniversary of Beohar Rajendra Simha, who contributed in highlighting the importance of Hindi. Hindi is also spoken in Mauritius, Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana, Nepal and Suriname. Hindi is the fourth most spoken first language of nearly 430 million people. The word Hindi has been derived from Persian word Hind which means Land of the Indus river. Happy Reading! APJ Abdul Kalam Library, TAGS.


Teacher’s Day 5 Sept. Teacher’s Day is celebrated worldwide for the admiration of Teachers for their special contribution to the society. Former President Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan’s birthday Sept. 5, is celebrated every year as Teacher’s Day. He became President of India in 1962. When he became President, some of his students requested him to celebrate his birthday. Dr. Radhakrishnan said “Instead of celebrating my birthday it would be my proud privilege if 5th Sept. would be observed as Teacher’s Day.” Dr. Radhakrishnan believed that “Teachers should be best mind in the country.” Happy Reading! APJ Abdul Kalam Library, TAGS.


National Sports Day 29 August Every year August 29 is observed as the National Sports Day to mark the birth anniversary of the legendary hockey player Major Dhyan Chand who was born on Aug. 29, 1905. On this day, the President of India confers National sports and adventure awards including Arjuna and Khel Ratna to celebrate the achievements of exceptional athletes in the country. Major Dhyan Chand helped India to win three Olympic gold medals in 1928, 1932 and 1936 in field hockey. He was known as “The Wizard” for his superb ball control. He scored more than 400 goals in his carrer which spanned over 22 years. In 1956, he was awarded with the third highest civilian honour of Padma Bhushan .The Union Government in 2012 decided to celebrate his birthday, i. e. 29 August, as the country’s National Sports Day. Happy Reading! APJ Abdul Kalam Library, TAGS.


Independence Day 15 Aug We are celebrating 72nd years of Independence. The date “Aug 15” was chosen by the last viceroy and first Governor General of India Lord Mountbatten as it was the same day in 1945 that Japan surrendered to the Allied Forces the end of the World War II. August 15, is celebrated as Independence Day in not only India but also in five other countries – Bahrain, North Korea, South Korea, Liechtenstein and Republic of Congo. India did not have a national anthem on first Independence Day. Our National Flag is said to be first hosted on Aug 7, 1906 in Parsee Bagan Square in Calcutta. Happy Reading! APJ Abdul Kalam Library, TAGS.


From the Librarian Desk Hiroshima Day August 6 August 6 is remembered as Hiroshima Day as towards the end of the World War II, the United States Army Air Forces dropped a nuclear bomb on Hiroshima. After 3 days, another bomb was dropped on Nagasaki. Most of the city was destroyed. By the end of the year 90,000-166,000 had died as a result of the blast and its effects. The Japnese Army surrendered after this incident and the Second World War came to an end. It was the first time nuclear weapon had been deployed in warfare. In Hiroshima’s Peace Memorial Park, a flame has burned continuously since it was lit in 1964. The oleander is the official flower of the city of Hiroshima because it was the first thing to bloom again after the explosion of the atomic bomb in 1945. Happy Reading! APJ Abdul Kalam Library, TAGS.


World Hepatitis Day 28 July Viral hepatitis B and C is a major global health threat. More than 290 million people living with chronic hepatitis B and up to 150 million people living with chronic hepatitis C. Symptom: Yellowing of skin and eyes (jaundice) Dark urine Extreme fatigue Nausea, vomiting and abdominal pain Prevention: Vaccine Antiviral medicine Awareness: Encourage vaccinations Provide educational resources Educational programs Prenatal facilities that care for pregnant woman Happy Reading! APJ Abdul Kalam Library, TAGS.


From the Librarian Desk Kargil Victory Day 26 July July 26 is celebrated as Kargil Victory Day in honour of the martyred soldiers in Kargil war. The India – Pakistan war came to an official end on July26, 1999. The Kargil war was fought for around 40-60 days under minus 10- degree temperature. Until 4 July, 1999; Indian army had captured strategic peaks like Tiger Hill and Tololing. The war was fought within a limited area of hostilities and at high altitude of 4500m-5000m. It was the first ever war that beamed ‘LIVE’ to TVs in India. Pakistani Armed Forces started sending its soldiers and paramilitary forces across the line of Control into territory on the Indian side and the infiltration was code named “Operation Badr”. It would not be wrong to say that the war is never good. This causes a major loss on the both sides, thousands of soldiers get martyred. India is a peace loving country which does not believe in war. Indian army always safeguards the nation from alien forces, sacrifice for the Motherland and make us proud. “Quartered in snow, silent to remain, When the bugle calls, they shall rise and march again” TOUGH TIMES DON’T LAST, TOUGH MEN DO” Happy Reading! APJ Abdul Kalam Library TAGS.


Chandrayaan -2 It is India’s much awaited and 2nd mission to the moon. India launched its lunar mission on 22 july, 2019 from Shriharikota. By doing this, India will become the 4th country to land on the Moon after Russia, the US and China. It’s the 1st space mission to conduct a soft landing on Moon’s South Polar Region. It is also the 1st Indian mission to explore the lunar landscape. India has spent about $140 million to get Chandrayaan -2 ready for the 384,400 K. M trip. The Chandrayaan- 2 Orbiter will be capable of communicating with Indian Deep Space Network at Byalalu, Karnatka as well as with lander Vikram. The mission life of Orbiter is 1 year and it will be placed in 100*100 km lunar polar orbit. The lunar South Pole is much larger than that at the North Pole. There is a possibility of presence of water in this region. Moreover the South Pole Region has creators that contain a fossil record of the early solar system. The mission’s aim is to improve the understanding of the Moon and discoveries that will benefit India and humanity as a whole. Happy Reading! APJ Abdul Kalam Library, TAGS

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Mandela became one of South Africa’s first black lawyers after studying law at school. Mandela is considered to be father of what we know as the modern South Africa. He was instrumental in the fight against apartheid. Mandela started the Nelson Mandela Foundation after retiring from politics. This foundation focuses on combating HIV/AIDS and supports rural development and the construction of schools. He has honorary degrees from more than 50 universities across the world. His hobby was boxing. Nelson Mandela served as President of the African National Congress party from 1991 to 1997. Nelson Mandela became South Africa’s first black president on May 10, 1994. He spent nearly 27 years of his lifetime in jail. South Africa hosted the 1995 Rugby World Cup under the government of Nelson Mandela . His famous speeches are :- “An ideal I can prepared to die for” “Black Man In A White Man’s Court” “Address in Capetown” “The 100- days speech” “Don’t call me, I will call you" Happy reading! APJ Abdul Kalam Library, TAGS.

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“ Guru Brahma Guru Vishnu Gurudevo Maheshwaraha Guruhu Sakshat Parambrahma Tasmai Shri Gurave Namaha” The festival of Guru Purnima is dedicated to Ved Vyasa (it is believed that he was born on this day ) so it is also known as Vyasa Purnima. Ved Vyasa is the Guru of Hindu religion, he had classified Vedas in to four different categories Rigveda, Yajurveda, Samaveda and Athrvaveda, he had also written the longest epic in the world that is Mahabharta. This day is dedicated to spiritual teachers, who are evolved or enlightened humans. It is celebrated by Hindus, Buddhists and Jains. In Buddhism, this day is considered as the day when Buddhism community came in to existence. In Sanskrit , “Gu” means darkness and “Ru” means is to remove the darkness. The best form of worship of the Guru is to follow his teachings, to shine as the very embodiment of his teachings , and to propagate his glory and his message. This day is greatly devoted to farmers in the desire to herald a heavy shower to yield true and fresh crops. On this particular day, the morning begins with the washing of the footwear mark of the guru in order to show the respect. Happy reading! APJ Abdul Kalam Library, TAGS.

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Basant Panchami is celebrated every year on the fifth day of bright half of the Indian month of Magh. People worship Goddess Saraswati to get enlighten with knowledge and get rid of lethargy, sluggishness and ignorance. This ritual of initiating education to children is known as Akshar- Abhayasam or Vidya Arambham which is one of the famous rituals of Basant Panchami. Muslims have been celebrating Basant Panchami since the 12th century A. D. In Rajasthan, it is customary for people to wear jasmine garlands on this day. In Pakistan, the Punjabi Muslims in and around Lahore fly kites during spring season. Hindus of Indonesia as well as on the islands of Bali, Basant Panchami is called “ Hari Raya Saraswati” which means great day of Sarawati. In Bengal, this auspicious day to introduce toddlers to reading and writing. Saraswati Ya Kundendu is the most famous Stuti dedicated to Goddess Saraswati and part of the famous Sarawati Stotram. It is recited during Saraswati Puja on the eve of Basant Panchami. For Sikhs, In the Harmander Sahib, Amritsar, on the day of Basant Panchami musicians start the music by singing Basant Raga. Happy Reading! APJ Abdul Kalam Library .TAGS

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Republic Day is an important event in India’s history. January 26,1930 was earlier celebrated as India’s Independence day or Purna Swaraj day. After we achieved Independence Day on August 15, 1947, our leaders wanted January 26 to be remembered in history as well. Therefore the day was made to coincide with the day of Swaraj. It was Madan Mohan who had selected the Indian motto of Satyamev Jayate. National Anthem was first sung in the meeting of Indian National Congress,Calcutta on 27 December,1911. 21 gun salutes are given every year when the President of India hosts the National flag on Republic Day to mark the honour. President Subarno of Indonesia was the first chief guest at the Republic Day celebration of India 26 January, 1950. The first Republic Day was celebrated on January 26, 1950, three years after we got independence. The first Republic Day Parade at Rajpath was held in 1955. A Christian song, “Abide with Me” is played at the Republic Day Parade. It is believed to be one of Mahatma Gandhi’s favourite songs. India’s constitution is the longest in the World. It has a total of 448 articles. Dr. B. R. Ambedkar took 2 years and 11 months to draft the Indian Constitution. Before the constitution came into force , India followed British Government’s Government of India Act 1935. Jana Gana Mana (National Anthem ) was first written in Bengali language by the Rabindranath Tagore and first translated into Hindi language by the Abid Ali in 1911 which was later officially adopted as National Anthem of India in 1950. Happy Reading! APJ Abdul Kalam Library .TAGS

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From the Desk of Librarian Christmas came from the words Cristes Maesse meaning “mass of Christ”. The first Christmas celebrated on American land was in 1539 in Tallaharsee, F. L. There were no trees or presents, just a religious mass. Christmas is not Christ’s birthday as many believe. According to the Bible, Christ was actually not even born in winter. The reason we give presents during Christmas is to symbolize the gifts given to Jesus by the three wise men. Jingle bells was originally a song about Thanksgiving in 1857. It was also the first song ever played in space by astronauts Walter Schirra Jr. and Thomas P. Stafford. American purchase 1.6 billion Christmas cards every year. Visa cards are used about 6,000 times every minute during the Christmas season. In 2010 during the Christmas season, the Colombian government decorated jungle trees with lights. The trees lit up when the terrorists walked by and banners appeared asking them to surrender their arms. The campaign convinced 331 terrorists to re-enter society and also won an award for strategic marketing excellence. The image of Santa Claus flying his sleigh began in 1819 and was created by Washington. The largest floating Christmas tree in the world 278 feet tall is in Rio de Janeiro , Brazil. Happy Reading! APJ Abdul Kalam Library .TAGS

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The first guru of Sikhs, Guru Nanak Dev ji always preached the message of equality of all irrespective of their religion caste or gender. Guru Nanak ji was born in 1469, in Nankana Sahib, in Punjab. This is now part of Pakistan. He promoted the oneness of Mankind. He was one of the most travelled people in history. He has different names in different cultures. He invented Langar. Pakistan also has a gurudwara named Panja Sahib dedicated to Guru Nanak Dev Ji. This is the one of the most holy places of Sikhism because of the presence of a rock believed to have the hand print of Guru Nanak ji imprinted on it. Guru Nanak Dev Ji laid the foundation of Sikhism in 15 century. His teachings are understood to be practiced in three ways. i. Vand Chhakkna: Sharing with others helping those with less who are in need. ii. Kirat Karna: Earning a living honestly, without exploiatation or fraud. iii. Naam Japna-Chanting the holy name and these remembering God at all times. The world is celebrating the 548th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev Ji this year which is also known as Guru Nanak Jayanti. It is celebrated on a full moon day in the month of Kartik. Happy Reading! APJ Abdul Kalam Library

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Dear Parent Word of the day assembly conducted along with enactment a chapter from English text books. Please visit school face book page for the pics. Regards

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Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, who was called Chacha Nehru by kids, was very fond of children. Hence his birthday is celebrated as Children’s Day. Before 1964, 20th November was universally celebrated as Children Day. The idea of a universal Children’s Day was suggested by Mr. V.K Krishna Menon and it was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly. This day is dedicated to increase awareness of people towards the rights, care and education of children. Besides celebrating children for who they are, Children’s Day reminds us to think of other children around the world, who may not be much fortunate. In other countries, children are sometimes forced into hard labour or abandoned, among many other traumatic situations. Let’s get together and pledge on this Children’s Day to support the needy and week, to stand by someone and show love and concern for children. Happy Reading! APL Abdul Kalam Library

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The total cost of firecrackers exploded in Diwali is estimated to be around one billion dollars. This is a significant amount of money, which could be used for other purposes like providing education and better health care facilities to those individuals who need them. Happy Reading! APJ Abdul Kalam Library, TAGS.


Dear Parent Greetings! Parent Teacher Meeting will be held on October 13, 2018 Saturday from 8 am to 10:30 a.m. It is mandatory to attend the meeting. Transport facility is available. Morning stop timings remains same. The school will remain close from October 18 to October 20, 2018 for Dussehra break. For any query please contact us at 7082209901/02/03 Working Together Regards

 Never stop exploring……. FIELD TRIP

It is our pleasure to inform you that a field trip has been organised for students of grade II ,III and IV to Post Office ,Rohtak on October 10, 2018 on the occasion of National Postal Day, within the school working hours. The students will be accompanied by the teachers. The attendance is mandatory. Students have to be in proper school uniform.

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The International Day of Older Persons is observed on October 1 every year. The day is celebrated to make certain the welfare of elder persons as well as to enroll their significant involvement in the society which gets promoted from their knowledge and ability. This day is specially celebrated for the senior citizens all across the world to focus on the responsibilities towards their lives through the demonstration of promotional material in schools, institutions and offices .Aaryans decided to make this day special for the senior citizens at the Old Age Home by singing, dancing, talk time, playing games ,magic tricks etc. The day was full of learning and fun. Happy Reading! APJ Abdul Kalam Library, TAGS


Dear Parents, The school will remain close on September 3, 2018 Monday on account of Janmashtami. For any query please contact us at 7082209901/02/03 Working Together Regards

 Saragarhi Day

Special Assembly on Saragarhi Day by Saragarhi House on September 13, 2018.

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Kindly visit website for date sheet, syllabus and blueprint for Half Yearly Examination 2018-19

 Teachers Day Celebration

5th September will be celebrated as Teachers Day in school.


Dear Parents Please note that Poster Making Activity will be organized for grade V-VIII as per the topics mentioned (any one) below on August 23, 2018 Thursday. Kindly send the required stationery material for the activity (A5 sheets, colours etc). Class V- Safety Rules- Raksha Bandhan;A Bond with Nature. Class VI-Terrorism-Donate Blood Class VII-Ayurveda-A Blessing-My Country My Pride. Class VIII-Reading is Power-Our Country and Heritage. Working Together Regards


Dear Parents On the occasion of Raksha Bandhan grade III and IV will enjoy Rakhi Making Activity on August 23, 2018, Thursday. We motivate students to use material that in eco friendly and easily available at home. Students will be sensitized to develop the bond of love with nature by tieing Rakhi to the trees and taking pledge to protect them. Working Together Regards


Dear Parents Parent Teacher Meeting is on Aug 25 from 8:00 am to 10:30 am. It is mandatory to attend the meeting to discuss the performance of your ward in Unit Test I and action plan for preparation of Half Yearly Examination. Transport facility is available. Morning stop timings remain same. For any query please contact us at 70822099 01/ 02/03 Working Together Regards


Dear Parents It is to inform that the school is organizing a Field Trip for Grade III on August 1, 2018 Wednesday to Tilyar Lake, Rohtak within the school hours. The students will be accompanied by the teachers. Students need to carry a notepad and required stationery to make notes. Grade III is learning about ‘Birds and Their Bodies and ‘Nesting Habits of Birds in their Science class. This field trip will help students in the experiential learning about how do birds fly, shape of beak, feather, nests of birds, how do birds reproduce etc. The attendance of students is mandatory. Science Department For any query please contact us at 70822099 01/02/03 Working Together Regards

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‘Sorry’ and ‘May I’ both words help us to learn good manners. Saying sorry restore the dignity of the hunt person and using ‘May I’ before speaking or doing something develop the sense of being courteous.

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It increases the self -confidence of the students and they can know about themselves more and can tell them to the other person.


It helps in increasing the fine motor skills of the students and boost their morale towards achievement and involve them in facing the competition.


‘Morning assembly’ in school is very important time of the day. It not only inculcates discipline but also confidence in the child to perform on stage along with glees and laughter.

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Cartoon are the main source of entertainment for children. Cartoons have a large impact on the mind of growing children.


Yoga helps student to : •Develop health awareness •Manage stress through breathing and meditation •Build concentration •Increase their confidence and positive self image


A mother is the most important person in a family. Mother works hard with great responsibility. Children also have responsibility to help their mothers in family chores specially during weekends and holidays.


Cleanliness is next to Godliness. Keeping your city clean is not really a choice, it is a duty, a moral responsibility . A clean place instantly looks appealing.

 Unit Test

Unit Test I, 2018, begins from July 23, 2018. Kindly go through Assessment and Evaluation Policy mentioned in the almanac.

 Regarding Olympiad Test

The last date to register for Olympiad is July 23, 2018 Monday. The consent form were given to students on demand and uploaded on school website on July 4, 2018

 Dental checkup

Routine Dental check up for the session 2018-2019 will be conducted on July 19, 2018 Thursday. Attendance of your ward is mandatory.

 Interhouse Kho-Kho Competition

Interhouse Kho-Kho match for classes III to V and VI to VIII will be on 30th and 31st July 2018 respectively.

 Unit Test

Unit test begins from 23rd July. For syllabus and datesheet kindly visit website.

 Aptitude and Reasoning

Aptitude and reasoning being demand of the day needs regular practice. Aaryan Aptitude and Reasoning Assessment (AARA) will be conducted on 7th July 2018.

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Dear Parents Please note that the school will reopen after Summer Break on July 2, 2018.


Grade K.G students will conduct an assembly ‘Helping Mom at Home’. Celebrating mother’s day is not enough. Our small help will be a huge support for her and will give a feel of how much we love our moms.


Switch off the lights when you’re not using them, and turn off the T.V, Computer, Video game and other electrical gadgets when you leave the room. This thought was shared by students of grade I. This routine habit will inculcate the awareness in students to conserving energy.


It is going to be an excellent tactile experience for students of Pre-Nursery and Nursery. It stimulates child’s sense. It strengthens the hand and fingers coordination which helps in fine motor skills development.


Let’s enjoy summer vacations with its lazy days, picnics, swimming, biking, visit to the park and move a few reminders can make our summer a safe one.Grade II is going to put up an assembly with innovative ideas during summer break.


Students of Elementary section will make colourful cards for their moms to express their love and gratitude.


‘Our children are our future’ Understanding and supporting their natural yearning for physical activities will help students to lead to a life style health.


A fun and educational activity will be done by Nursery kids to learn about the importance of reducing, reusing and recycling. The objective of the activity is to spread awareness and concern for the environment among the elementary students.


Writing by hand is more than just a way to communicate.The activity for grade I and II will help children to learn letters and shapes, can improve composition and expression. It also aids fine motor skill development.


Hands on activity for tiny toddlers of grade-Nursery.The objective of the activity is to work on fine motor and hand and eye coordination skills.


Parents and Teachers will meet and interact to work for the progress and to design individual learning plan for students. Parents have the opportunity to speak directly with their child’s teachers about the child’s school experience.


May 25 will be ‘Fun Day’ for students before Summer Break begins. Various fun activities and infotainment activities will thrill the students and such activities explore the hidden talents in students.


Class VIII will conduct a special assembly on ‘Use of Mathematics in Real Life’. Parents will be invited to witness the enthusiastic participation of students.


Singing encourages students to express their emotions, lower stress and strengthen immunity. Students will work hard to impress the jury members and gain points for their houses.


The school will remain close on every Second Saturday.


Students will prepare handmade gifts using reusable items available at home for their mother to express their love and gratitude. Elementary section, Pre-Nur, Grade II will put up an assembly on the theme ‘Mother’s Day’ where moms will be invited to enjoy the colourful presentation of their wards.


Every Tuesday is a Life Skill Class. Life skills help students to find new ways of thinking and problem solving.


Intra Class English Creative Writing skills helps to develop cognitive growth, organizational abilities and students learn to put their feelings together in a cohesive format.

 Investiture Ceremony

We feel immense pleasure in sharing with you the news that The Aaryan Global School has successfully conducted the council election. Parents will be invited for the Investiture Ceremony. The timing for the same is 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. on 5th May, 2018.


Intra Class Hindi Creative Writing competition will be held on May 3,2018. The objective of the activity is to enhance the creativity and expression of the students.


Labour day was celebrated on May 1to honour support staff. Their hard work and persistent efforts was applauded by one and all.


No work is insignificant. All labour that uplifts humanity has dignity and importance. With such a beautiful thought students of class VIII presented an assembly on the theme ‘Importance of work’. The assembly highlighted the importance of work and its workers.


Family is one of the greatest blessings of our life. Family ties are precious threads with such thoughts, students of class -V presented an assembly on the theme 'Family'


A leader is one who knows the way, goes the way and shows the way. Election for student council on April 27th .


Its time students share the responsibilities along with teachers. Students will face interview for Student Council.


Parents are cordially invited for Orientation Programme to meet and interact with teachers.


Classes Vth to VIIIth will put up a special assembly to spread awareness to save Mother Earth.


The Aaryan Global School, A pathway to success continuously promotes positive attitude, deep knowledge and efficient learning and teaching skills. Our students balance our cultural traditions with scientific temper, dynamic competence and a global outlook. In this journey of continual learning which is lifelong and never ending we involve our parents and members of the community. We are uploading our website as a medium of communication to reach to the majority of people. Happy Session Ahead! Regards TAGS