On 24th of April,
Carmel celebrated Earth Day which commenced with the morning assembly
sensitizing the students on major issues that pose a threat to the environment
today and by every student taking a pledge promising to do their best to Reuse,
Reduce and Recycle resources. On the occasion of Earth Day, students and teachers
actively participated in an Awareness Campaign through various
competitions held by the Environment Club. A Rangoli making competition was
also conducted where students were asked to make designs using waste material
depicting the significance of Earth Day. Other competitions such as salad
making were also held. Full of zeal and initiative the students did their
little bit in increasing awareness in the neighbourhood addressing
environmental issues facing our communities in order to save our Earth.
From 23rd to 27th
April, a Book Week was organized in Carmel Convent School. On the first day of the Book Week an activity
was held where every single student on campus as well as the teachers were
asked read a book or a piece of any kind of article for half an hour in the
morning. This activity marked the start of the Book Week. Students of all classes were able to browse through and buy books on a
wide range of subjects due to the book stalls present on the assembly ground. Books
for all ages, from coloring books for the little ones, to novels and
autobiographies for elder students and teachers were available. The objective of the book week
was not only to inculcate reading habits in the students of the school and
explore the wonderful world of books but also to give a boost to their writing
and vocabulary skills. Innovative assemblies were conducted in
the course of the week to do the same.
Teachers' Connect had organized a get together on 10th March 2018. Keeping with
the spirit and tradition of Carmel many retired and serving teachers attended. The
teachers enjoyed the short programme and participated very enthusiastically in
the games organized for them. These meetings play a strong role in helping the
retired teachers keep in touch with the school. Many fond memories were shared
by the retired teachers. The meeting ended with a positive note...... to stay
The Feast of Sr. Lisetta, (School manager), Sr. Joviana ,(Principal)
and Sr. Sumita, (Junior school headmistress) was celebrated on 5th
February 2018. The staff and students showed their love and respect for the wonderful
Sisters who worked selflessly for the school.
Title : Farewell to the outgoing students of 2017-18
On 30th January students of class XI organized a beautiful
farewell for their seniors and their parents. The students of the outgoing batch of 2017-18
were elegantly dressed in saris for this very special event. The outgoing students were treated to a cultural
extravaganza. The event ended on a very
emotional note and the students went back with memories they'd cherish forever.
Title : Republic Day and Investiture Ceremony 2018
On 24th January, 2018, Carmel celebrated India?s 69th Republic Day. Mrs Nivedita Bhasin, an ex-Carmelite and now
an accomplished pilot, graced the occasion as the chief guest. The students saluted the National Flag, sang
the National Anthem and pledged their loyalty
and patriotism towards the nation.
The flag hosting
ceremony was followed by the investiture ceremony where the cabinet for the
year 2018 - 19 was inducted. The school witnessed the
formal handing over of responsibilities by the outgoing to the incoming
After the march past in
which Satya Party was judged as the best marching squad, Mrs Nivedita addressed
the students present and encouraged them to put in hard work in order to
succeed. Patriotic songs were sung by the HMM group and Tarana and Synergy
dance club put up a spectacular performance for the special occasion.
Christmas assembly was organized by the students of the primary school. The
students enacted a beautiful skit giving the good news of the birth of Jesus
Christ. The school band played Christmas Carols which added much joy to the
festive atmosphere. In her Christmas
message Sister Joviana said that God loved the world so much that He gave us
His only Son. Jesus came into the world to give us his peace, love and joy.
Sister also asked the staff and students to reach out and help at lone person
or family this Christmas.
Carmel's annual fete took place on 16th
December, marking the onset of the Christmas season. The
guest of honour was Ms. Sentirenla Lucia a Carmel Alumnus. Ms Lucia a
passionate vocalist is a graduate of the esteemed Berklee college of music and is
one of the lead singers of the bands Jazz Urbane and Semper Soul. She is
one of the founding members of Artistes Unlimited a choir.
The school choir's singing
of classic Christmas carols set the festive mood right at the beginning. As the
DJ began to play requests, dancers started to fill up the huge basketball court
serving as the dance floor! Various classes had set up their stalls and
students worked hard at attracting people to their stalls. Children and
their parents tried their hands at lucky dips, and games. Mouth-watering delicacies
and sweet treats were also available in the carnival. The fun-filled rides were
enjoyed by young and old alike! People were also seen buying beautiful clothing
at various garment stalls. A flash mob by the
Synergy Dance group stunned the surprised
onlookers with their dazzling dance moves
On 25th November, 2017, Carmel Convent School, New Delhi, held its Annual Sports Meet at Thyagraj Stadium. The program was graced by the presence of Chief Guest Olympian wrestler Ms. Sakshi Malik and Guest of Honour central district sports and cultural officer Dr Leena Vyas, who had many inspiring words to offer. The show was a culmination of weeks of hard work, practice and endurance, which was all very rewarding, as the show turned out to be a splendid one indeed. The school ensured maximum participation of all most every student through various innovative races and drills and also showed appreciation to the schools athletic achievers to motivate students in the directions of sports. The Chief Guest Sakshi Malik, who was highly impressed by the gymnastics drill put up by the young ones of classes 3, 4 and 5, also urged parents in her speech to nurture the talent of their children by giving them support and encouragement and to provide them with all the resources they might need, may it be in the form of coaches or equipment. The show ended with a spectacular dance performance on this year's theme set by the Government of India, Sustainable Tourism, as the students showcased the dance forms of various parts of the country. The arena echoed with appreciation by the audience as the program got over.