Indian citizens adhere to the laws, rights, and principles, mentioned in the constitution, which was first adopted by the Constituent Assembly on November 26, 1949. To celebrate this, National Constitution Day or Samvidhan Divas is observed on November 26. For the government as well as the citizens, the Constitution of India is the legal document to swear by, in case of any dispute. Also known as the longest written constitution of any country on Earth, the Constitution of India can be called a work of art, and B R Ambedkar, chairman of the drafting committee, is its chief architect. Celebrating this day marks our belief in the system and the rules that govern the nation. Constitution Day makes us remember the values and the belief this nation stands for collectively as a democratic, republic, socialist and secular country. Presidians marked this day by making posters to strengthen our belief in our constitution.
Air is invisible but we can feel it. Moving air makes things move. The students of Grade 4 Presidium made these parachutes from polythene bags and learned about air. With the help of this activity students also learned how parachutes slow down due to air resistance. They took a small doll and attached its arms to the polythene bag with a string then they closely observed the landing of parachutes. All students enthusiastically made parachutes and enjoyed the activity.
Guru Nanak Jayanti is celebrated to mark the birth of Guru Nanak Dev. Presidium School celebrated Gurpurab virtually with great avidity and fervour. The students apprised the audience about the principles and teachings of the pious soul, Guru Nanak Devji. The students reiterated the message 'One God' and the ‘Eternal Truth.’ A serene and calm atmosphere was created on the online platform by the soothing 'Shabad', sung by the budding singers. Students drew posters, recited poems, and speeches to emphasize the essence of Guru Purab. The program concluded on a happy note and invincible spirit amongst the students.
प्रेसिडियम पंजाबी बाग़ के बच्चों ने विलोम शब्द की पुनरावृत्ति के लिए अलग अलगआकार के कट आउट्स पर विलोम शब्द लिखे , जिससे उनकी समझ और सुदृढ़ हो गई। उन्होंने अपने चार्ट को और आकर्षक बनाने के लिए उसे अलग अलग रंगों से सजाया व चित्र बनाए और कक्षा के समक्ष प्रस्तुत किया।
Infographics are used as a powerful tool to allow students to easily digest information and help students to develop their own graphics. Student enthusiasts of Grade 8 enjoyed creating Infographics wherein they put down the information discussed from the chapter, in a graphic mode and provided information on the topic. By making Infographics students shared their understanding of the chapter in a step-by-step.
National Cancer Awareness Day was first announced by the Indian Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare, Dr. Harsh Vardhan in September 2014, and that 7th November will be observed as National Cancer Awareness Day every year to generate awareness about early detection and avoid leading cancer-causing lifestyles. Presidians also participated in this awareness program by making posters, drawings, etc.
Bhai Dooj is one of the very few festivals which reaffirms the pious relation of siblings. Presidium also celebrated this festival on Dwitiya Tithi of Chaitra Paksha with great enthusiasm & zeal. On this day, sisters applied Tilak on their brothers' forehead & prayed for their well-being. Brothers also gave gifts to their sisters for showing their affection.
Virtual Diwali Celebration- Diwali, the festival of lights was celebrated with great avidity and zeal at Presidium to make the students understand the importance of Diwali. ‘Deepavali’ literally means an ‘array of lights.' The festival spiritually signifies the victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, good over evil, and hope over despair. The special morning assembly wherein students delivered speeches on the significance of the festival and the relevance of eco-friendly celebrations. The assembly was filled with festive spirit and fervour.