On the occasion of Earth Day an assembly was organized by the Environment
Club on 22nd April. Messages to protect the earth and its endangered
species was conveyed to the students in the form of prayers, poems and songs.
On 23rd April various competitions were organized.
Card, poster and salad making, rangoli and slogan writing competitions were
hosted for classes VI to XI. The theme for the competitions was "Protect
Our Species". Students of the primary classes displayed material made out
Title : Class XII Biology students attend Catalyst, AIIMS
11th of April 2019, Biology students of class XII along with Tr. AnitaArora attended 'Catalyst' an annual event organized by the student union of AIIMS.
The students were acquainted with anatomical organs
and with the working of many diagnostic devices. Basic life saving
techniques were taught through demonstration.The event was an enriching experience for the students as it helped them to
gain an insight into the practical functioning of the human body.
Title : Bidding farewell to Tr. Deepa , Tr. Pushpinder , and Tr. Yagya
On 26th March, 2019, a special
assembly was held to bid farewell to our beloved teachers Ms Deepa, Ms
Pushpinder and Ms Yagya. The programme began with a prayer dance followed by a
wonderful performance by Tarana and the Synergy dance club.
Deepa has been the English teacher of the middle school and also the head of
the Synergy club for nearly about 12 years. She had a flair in conducting
co-curricular activities such as debates, English declamation, recitation etc.
Our students have always excelled in zonal and interschool competitions under
her able guidance.
Tr Pushpinder has been the head of the
Physics department for nearly about 9 years. She has given a lot of extra time
towards the improvement of the weak students and her efforts have always shown
Tr Yagya has been a maths teacher in the
primary department and also an ex-Carmelite. She was very much liked by the
junior school students because of her behavior and teaching methodologies.
week commenced on 25th of March and it was an enriching
experience for the students. The book week comprised of several activities
beginning with the inauguration of the book exhibition organized by Eureka
Books which encouraged students to read and buy books.
March, a story telling session was organized for the students of junior school
where resource person Ms. Champa Saha was called upon for the event. She
narrated the classic tale Secret Garden, under the theme Classics Unbound, which was thoroughly enjoyed by the students.
March, a reading session for the middle and high school was organized wherein
all the students gathered on the assembly ground along with the teachers, admin
staff and the workers to read a book of their choice.
session for 8th standard was held on the same day by Flavor of Art Foundation. Mr Rajiv Kakriya gave a presentation on self
expression and self discovery through the analysis of nature and encouraged
students to realise their potential. The presentation was followed by a drawing
session held by Ms. Kiran Khuler and Mr. Rajiv Kakriya where students were
asked to express their imagination through their artwork.
the week morning assemblies were conducted over the intercom based around the
book week. On 25th March, the cabinet conducted the morning assembly
introducing the book week stating how reading books influences people. On 26th
March, students of class 10th- A spoke about history of books
followed by the topic of famous libraries and publishing houses which was taken
up by students of class 10th-B on 27th March. On 28th
March, students of class 10th-C discussed the author Ayn Rand, her
work and her accomplishments. On 29th March, students of 9th-A shed
light on how one show maintain library books brining the eventful week to a
Title : Sr Sumita Feast and bidding farewell to Tr. Harsh Kamra
On 4th of
February 2019, a special assembly was held to celebrate the feast of Sr. Sumita
A.C., school manager and primary school- in-charge and bid farewell to our
beloved teacher Ms. Harsh Kamra. The
programme began with a prayer dance followed by wonderful performances by Tarana
and the Synergy dance club. Sr. Sumita gave an inspiring speech to the students
and even prayed for them.
farewell to Tr. Harsh Kamra who will be retiring after 24 years of dedicated
service. Tr. Harsh Kamra has been the head of the Hindi department for
nearly 15 years. In her speech Sr. Tina Maria praised Tr. Harsh by saying that
she managed her work and the duties assigned to her very efficiently. She took a lot of interest in co-curricular activities such as debates, Nukkar
Natak, recitation. Our students have always excelled in zonal and interschool
competitions under her able guidance. She has given a lot of extra time towards
the improvement of weak students and her efforts have always shown results. Tr
Harsh was very much liked by the students because of her conduct, behavior and
On 27th October, 2018, as a part of their service
learning program, students of class IX organized a funfilled event for visitors from the Asha
Daan orphanage. A cultural programme of song and
dance, various activities and games were organized by the students to entertain the guests. The visitors relished the
Efforts of teachers in charge Tr. Rekha and Tr. Nayani and
the students of class IX were appreciated by all. It was a learning experience for the students.
An All Batch Alumni meeting was organized on 2nd
February, 2019. The alumni were welcomed
by Sr. Tina Maria and were glad to see many of the teachers who had taught
them, some of whom are now retired. Presentations about the school and about
the functioning of alumni were shown.
Some of the alumni spoke about their contributions to society. Ms
Anupa Gupta, founder member of the Alumni committee offered her services
voluntarily for Carmel students. Ms Gupta has been working for over a decade
and a half with children having learning disabilities.
Ms Rashmi Virmani, fashion show choreographer and doyenne of the
Indian fashion industry recollected her school days. Ms Priti Sarin Dhawan,
professor of philosophy at the Lady Shriram College was kind enough to address
our young alumni about career planning.
On 2nd February 2019, as a part of Carmel
Convent's outreach program, the students of class IX C along with Sr.
Jenifa and teachers went for the community service to the Nuh
Village in Haryana. Carmel
students interacted with the village children. The children of the village
enjoyed interacting with the students as poems were recited and games were played.
Title : Republic Day and Investiture Ceremony 2019
The 70th Republic Day
was celebrated in all its solemnity and grandeur at Carmel Convent School , New
Delhi , on 24th January , 2019 . The students saluted the national
flag , sang the National anthem and pledged themselves to uphold the diversity
and heritage that is India .
The school resounded with patriotic
songs and the marching squad marched in
perfect synchronization to the beats of
school band . Chief guest Justice Kurian Joseph , chairman of India Law Institute
and Chief justice of Himachal Pradesh High court addressed the students , urged
them to do their best , feel proud to be Indians and also said " Discipline
decides your destiny . You can reach your success but your attitude will
determine altiitude .
It was also a magnificent day for the school as the new cabinet
for the year 2018-2019 was elected . The
school witnessed the handing over of responsibilities by the outgoing to the
On 21st January, 2019 as part of the service learning, the students of class IX
staged a Nukkad Natak on increasing the awareness of Cancer amongst the
students. The concept was to make all aware of the fact that life style choices
impact our overall health and that many types of cancer are directly associated
with unhealthy habits.