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27 NOV 18

1.    A mock fire and evacuation drill with students, teachers and other staff members was conducted from Classes VI to XII on 27 Nov 18 to create awareness amongst the students about fire-fighting techniques and the ways to respond swiftly in times of such emergency situation or to contain any untowards fire incidence.

2.    The “evacuation” operation began a few moments after the fire alarm was sounded.  The students as well as staff immediately evacuated from the school building as per the evacuation plan already informed to them.  They assembled in the assembly ground in the min imum possible time.

3.    The above exercise was conducted to check and ascertain the preparedness of men and material to contain any such eventuality arising out of fire-mshap(s).

4.    The school Disaster Management Committee successfully conducted the same.

    The Air Force School celebrated its 63rd Annual Day on 15 November 2018. It was a memorable moment as the school commemorated its journey of 63 years, marking the stupendous celebration.

    Speaking on the occasion Air Marshal Anil Khosla PVSM AVSM VM ADC, Vice Chief of Air Staff expressed his appreciation of the cultural gala, themed “Tat Tvam Asi-It’s You.”In keeping with the theme of the evening, Sir urged the students to dream and follow their dream. He told them to pursue happiness and not material gains, to be a good human being and above all, keep the child in one always alive. 

    Mrs Deepshikha Khosla, Vice President, AFWWA (Central) gave away the prizes to students of classes X, XI and XII for academic and co-curricular achievements.

    The evening started with the guests lighting the ceremonial lampThe melodious tunes played by the school band to welcome the guests enthralled them. The art and sculpture exhibition, titled Adhyay-An Epoch of Creativity, showcased reliefs, canvas paintings and wood carvings, depicting the concept of “That Thou Art”, one of the Great Utterances, or mahavakyas, which are found in the ancient Sanskrit texts of the Upanishads. Prize distribution ceremony saw the achievers from various fields being honoured for their remarkable achievements.

    Music is a moral law. It gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and charm and gaiety to life and to everything. This was translated into reality by the instrumentalists of TAFS through their mellifluous composition titled Atirek-The Melodious Greetings, which brought together the Ragas Bhairav, Kirwani, Asavari, Kaafi, Jog and Mishrit to spread the message that the Self is within all things and everything in the cosmos comes from the Self.

     The little ones of the junior school left everybody enthralled by their graceful dance movements during the welcome dance, The Waves of Joy. This piece is a message that children live their dreams with hope and vibrancy.

     The choral cadences titled ABHIGYAAN- THE POETIC RHAPSODY   gave the message that children are the epitome of talent and knowledge and their dreams should be respected and supported to turn life around.

    The most spectacular event of the evening was the dance drama celebrating a soul stirring message that  within each of us are qualities that lie latent, till something or someone becomes the catalyst for a spur, a panoramic view of the myriad of ways in which we can touch upon the lives of children and transform the world for a better tomorrow! Through soul stirring dialogues, powerful poetry, music and dance, children created mesmerizing designs replete with powerful messages on stage.

    In her address, the Principal, Mrs. Amita Gupta, welcoming the Chief Guest and other esteemed guests, laid out the philosophy of the school. She said, “The school aims at developing students through curricular and co curricular activities bringing to fruction a complete personality.” Ma’am further said that this year’s celebration has a much broader concept- Tat Tvam Asi – the child has immense potential. The need is for the parents and teachers to accept and support. Every child is unique. This realization builds a unique society.  

    The evening ended with Vote of Thanks presented by the Vice Principal, Mrs. Lomina Rajiv, followed by everyone rising in honor of the National Anthem.

      A visit to ICAR-NRCPB

      School organized a visit of student of class XII (Medical Stream) at ICAR-National Research Centre on Plant Biotechnology, Pusa Road New Delhi on 01 November 2018.

      Student also attended a lecture given by Principal scientist Dr S.R. Bhatt and on plant molecular biology and biotechnology. He shared the various ongoing projects and researches undertaken by NRCPB and their significance. The lecture also included valuable information about various transgenic crop developed at the centre to improve the quality of agricultural practices like Genomics and molecular markers in crop plant, Biotechnological application for pulses improvement, Adaptation of Wheat to climate change induced abiotic stresses etc.

      Students observed the various techniques for isolation of desired gene from genome, selection of recombinant from non recombinants, Tissue culture, Confocal microscopy, Gene gun as well as phytotron facility where the plants were grown in a controlled atmospheric conditions.

      The students enjoyed the workshop and they had a great learning experience in the field of molecular biology.

         Special assembly on Eco-friendly Diwali

        To spread the awareness about the hazardous effects of bursting crackers on Diwali, EVS club of TAFS organized a special assembly on 2/11/18. The spirit and significance of the festival of lights was represented through a skit, poems and speeches. All the members of TAFS family also took a pledge to Save Nature and celebrate Eco friendly Diwali . It was followed by an inspiring and thought provoking message by the  Principal Ma’am .

        In its endeavour, to save environment from the harmful effects of smoke created every year on Diwali, EVS club took an active role .Banners giving the message of eco friendly Diwali were put up on the school gate to sensitise people living around about the real aim of this pious festival without bursting crackers. Also ,many motivational quotes were put up on school board for inspiring students to avoid using Crackers and fireworks

         Signing Campaign was organized where students signed and took an oath to spread the message of unity, brotherhood, love  and positivity instead of spreading fumes that take the toll of life of many innocent lives including speechless animals.


          The Photography Club of The Air Force School organized an activity called ‘Explore the Unexplored’ on 30th October 2018 for classes IX & X. The students of photography club participated in this activity. The students enjoyed the activity and  took photographs of different venues of annual day practice of various points and different angles.

          The activity aimed at creating a love for photography among the students. 

            CLASS V HERITAGE WALK (30-31 OCT 2018)

            The children of Class V were taken on a Heritage Walk to Gandhi Smriti on 30 & 31 October 2018, during school hours. Gandhi Smriti holds significance as the place of martyrdom of the 'Father of our Nation', Mahatma Gandhi.

            The building which houses a museum is the Birla House, dedicated to Gandhiji, showcasing his contributions and involvement in India's struggle for freedom. The two rooms where Gandhiji spent the last 144 days of his life have been preserved carefully for people to see and understand the simplicity and greatness of a humble leader. The children were in awe of the great leader and his lifestyle. In the rear lawns is the Martyr's Column marking the exact spot where Gandhiji was assassinated by a fanatic. The children paid solemn tribute to 'Bapu' while reading Gandhiji's last words, 'Hey Ram', inscribed on the pillar. 

            They were pleasantly surprised to see various Science exhibits too and tried their hand on some working models. The Heritage Walk proved to be an enriching experience and a valuable lesson for life, as Gandhiji always maintained- ‘Simple life and high thinking’. The visit also proved to be of great relevance to them academically as this was an activity to introduce the topics, on Mahatma Gandhi, soon to be covered in their syllabus.

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