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Inter House Activity-Inspirational Song
Inter House Activity-Inspirational Song
Inter House Activity-Inspirational Song
Inter House Activity-Inspirational Song
Inter House Activity-Inspirational Song
Inter House Activity-Inspirational Song
Inter House Activity-Inspirational Song
Inter House Activity-Inspirational Song
Inter House Activity-Inspirational Song

Inter House Activity

Inspirational Song

The year came to an end with sweet musical notes of Inter House Activity – Inspirational Songs in two categories Solo and Group performances for classes VI-X on 26 Dec 2014. The participants of every house mesmerized the audience with sweet melodies. The atmosphere became musical in real sense of the word.

The judges for the event were Ms Deepika Thapar Singh, Principal TAFS and Ms Smriti Shaji, Dance Teacher TAFS. The result of the competition is as follows:

GROUP SONG: CLASSES VI-VIII

POSITION

HOUSE

POINTS

I

KATRE

75

II

SUBROTO

66

III

LATIF

61

PRATAP

IV

ARJAN

58

 

SOLO SONG: CLASSES IX-X

POSITION

HOUSE

NAME

POINTS

I

PRATAP

TANNISH JADHAV

89

II

SUBROTO

ABHILASHA

76

III

LATIF

ANANYA

57

IV

ARJAN

ANJALI SINGH

54

V

KATRE

AJEET KRISHNA

53

 

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    Sports Day  2014 (Khel Utsav)
    Sports Day  2014 (Khel Utsav)
    Sports Day  2014 (Khel Utsav)
    Sports Day  2014 (Khel Utsav)
    Sports Day  2014 (Khel Utsav)
    Sports Day  2014 (Khel Utsav)
    Sports Day  2014 (Khel Utsav)
    Sports Day  2014 (Khel Utsav)
    Sports Day  2014 (Khel Utsav)
    Sports Day  2014 (Khel Utsav)
    Sports Day  2014 (Khel Utsav)
    Sports Day  2014 (Khel Utsav)
    Sports Day  2014 (Khel Utsav)
    Sports Day  2014 (Khel Utsav)
    Sports Day  2014 (Khel Utsav)
    Sports Day  2014 (Khel Utsav)
    Sports Day  2014 (Khel Utsav)
    Sports Day  2014 (Khel Utsav)
    Sports Day  2014 (Khel Utsav)
    Sports Day  2014 (Khel Utsav)
    Sports Day  2014 (Khel Utsav)
    Sports Day  2014 (Khel Utsav)
    Sports Day  2014 (Khel Utsav)
    Sports Day  2014 (Khel Utsav)
    Sports Day  2014 (Khel Utsav)
    Sports Day  2014 (Khel Utsav)
    Sports Day  2014 (Khel Utsav)
    Sports Day  2014 (Khel Utsav)
    Sports Day  2014 (Khel Utsav)
    Sports Day  2014 (Khel Utsav)
    Sports Day  2014 (Khel Utsav)
    Sports Day  2014 (Khel Utsav)
    Sports Day  2014 (Khel Utsav)
    Sports Day  2014 (Khel Utsav)
    Sports Day  2014 (Khel Utsav)
    Sports Day  2014 (Khel Utsav)
    Sports Day  2014 (Khel Utsav)

    The Air Force School celebrated its Khel Utsav on the December 20, 2014 – a culmination of the year-long sports activities.

    Air Vice Marshal S.K Chakravarty VSM Assistant Chief of the Air Staff (Org and Ceremonial) was the chief guest on the occasion. Mrs Sutapa Chakraborty gave away the sports prizes to a wide array of achievers from the field of athletics, basketball, cricket, football, tennis and chess. Intra School and inter school level achievements were rewarded. Many sports personalities of the school had won medals in the Zonal and CBSE Cluster events. Air Vice Marshal S.K Chakravarty congratulated the students for their achievements and expressed his appreciation of the great level of school participation in sports. Emphasising the importance of sports he said, “Sportsman spirit gives you the courage to overcome losses.”

    The Principal, Mrs Deepika Thapar Singh in her welcome address spoke of the efforts of the school in taking forward the sports legacy of the school through a continual recognition of talents in various sports.

    The Khel Utsav displayed the hundred percent participation of the Junior school. In its combined strength of 1116 students, the junior wing presented a visual feast in the form of drills on the theme-Dharohar-The Legacy. The UKG students dressed in pink and gold presented a dance exercise display to welcome the guests.

    The student team from the senior school including the sports captain- Rhea Singh Rathore presented the Sports Report for the year 2013-14. The five houses of the school: LATIF, ARJAN, PRATAP, SUBROTO, KATRE presented the march past lead by Rhea Rathore and Hardik Tyagi- Sports Captains. The NCC Squad lead the march past for the first time. The school band consisting of 25 students, played a variety of instruments like the bagpipes, drums cymbals to provide marching melodies. They added to the spirit of zest with their enthusiastic playing.

    The Junior School students recreated a great train journey through the length and breadth of our country, through a variety of drills like The Enchanting East- A Drill by Class I, The Stupendous South- A Drill by Class II, The Noble North-A Drill by Class III, The Wondrous West – A Drill by Class IV and The Dynamic Delhi- A Drill by Class V. The drills were interspersed with track events for the ‘Junior Girls Race’ and the ‘Senior Boys 4X 200 M Relay Race’.  The closing ceremony was marked by ceremony, solemnity and dignity. The program ended with a Grand Finale as the students from class I to V inundated the field in a burst of colour and performed on the song Hum Sab Bhartiya Hain. The finale was marked by a release of colourful balloons bringing a wave of excitement on the field.

     

     

     

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      A Chemistry Enrichment Programme for class XII students was conducted by Dr Mukesh Chand on 19th Dec 2014. He dealt with strategies on tackling the preparation of Chemistry for the CBSE exams. He gave tips on time management & elaborated on the three parts of Chemistry. He discussed the marks distribution in question paper & highlighted the most frequently asked questions in the paper. Throughout the orientation he emphasized on solving board question papers of last few years. To aid students to handle organic chemistry, he explained the basics with the help of handouts and PowerPoint Presentation overall it was a very informative and interactive session.

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        An enrichment program for the mathematics students of class XII was conducted by renowned Mathematics scholar Mr Jagdish Nijhawan on 18 Dec 14. Mr Nijhawan has been associated with CBSE for more than two decades. He is an eminent resource person for CBSE as well.

        The session conducted by Mr Nijhawan proved to be a very valuable one before the examination. He emphasized upon the strategies that should be followed by students while preparing for the examination and provided some guidelines for attempting the questions in an effective manner. Some Important Topics were also discussed by Mr Nijhawan in the session to clarify the methodology to be followed by students. Throughout the session he emphasized that the students should first acquire clear conceptual understanding and then they should move on to the rigorous practice of questions. He further emphasized that students must keep NCERT as first and foremost focus while preparing for examination.

        In a nutshell, program was a comprehensive and strategically very helpful to the students for tackling the forthcoming Board Examination.

        All the students found the programme very informative and useful.

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          On Thursday, 18 Dec. 2014, Ms Vandana Malik, PGT-Informatics Practices of TAFS along with Ms. Gurpreet Kaur, Head of Computer Science Department GD Goenka School, conducted an Enrichment Programme for the students of Class XII. During the programme, very useful techniques of scoring above 95% in the subject were explained. Students were also given tips to tackle tricky questions during the examination & how to avoid making errors in programming. Students were encouraged to score well in the subject through a positive interactive session. The concepts of UNIT-1 ( Networking & Open Source Concepts) & UNIT-4 (IT applications) were revised. All the queries of students were answered to their satisfaction.  

          Overall it was a very useful, informative and interactive programme and students enjoyed it.

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            POWER POINT PRESENTATION BY CLASS IV

            A computer activity ‘TECHNO WIZ’- a power point presentation competition was organised   for class IV students on   15th and 16th Dec 14 in the junior school computer lab. The competition was held at two levels.

            All students were required to make Power point presentations on the topic-‘My favourite sport’.

            They made slides on sports like cricket, football, badminton, golf etc using various features of Power point   like clip art, background animation and transitions.

             

            The students who were selected for level II were given the topic-‘About myself’. The children participated with full enthusiasm and showed their excellence in the knowledge of computer techniques and their techno-skills.

            The winners are:-

            First Position    -

            Manas Nain

            IV C                       

            Second Position

            Amitesh Mahapatra

            IV D

            Third Position

            Rudransh Aggarwal

            IV C

            Bhoomi Singh

            IV D                                                 

            Consolation Prize

            Aryaman Malik

            IV A

            Harsh Yadav

            IV B

            Sunanda

            IV B

            Kankana Chatterjee

            IV C

            R Arundhati

            IV C

            Sital

            IV D

            Aryan

            IV D

            Rajat

            IV E

            Ayush Bhattacharya

            IV E

             

              

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

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              On Wednesday, 17 Dec. 2014, Physics teachers of TAFS along with Ms. Sucharita Basu Kasturi, a very experienced educationist, conducted an Enrichment Programme for the students of Class XII. During the programme, very useful techniques were explained to overcome the fear of the subject. Also the students were given tips to tackle tricky questions during the examination. Students were encouraged to score well in the subject through a positive interactive session. All the queries of students were answered to their entire satisfaction.

              Overall it was a very useful, informative and interactive programme and students enjoyed it.


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                HINDI POEM RECITATION COMPETITION CLASS – I

                 

                The budding poets of class I earnestly participated in the Hindi poem recitation competition which was held on 28 November14 The little ones recited poems on a wide range of topics like nature, country, vegetables and fruits play time, games, colours, humour etc. The presentation by these young talents kept the audience mesmerized.

                 

                The best performers were by:

                Class I A- Avika Srivastava, Niranjan Nair.

                Class I B-Jahnvi, Aakarsh Kumar Singh.

                Class I C- Ayannya Gosh, Sheyrin Devgan.

                Class I D- Hanshika Anand, Falguni Diwan, Mayal Dalal.

                Class I E- Shashwat Mondal, Shambhavi Sharma.

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                  On 12 Dec 2014, the Commerce Department conducted a Business Studies enrichment programme for the students of class XII. Mr Joginder Singh came and gave techniques to children as to how to learn their subject. Sir encouraged each and every child. The programme was quite interactive and useful for the students.

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                    59th Annual Day Celebrations
                    59th Annual Day Celebrations
                    59th Annual Day Celebrations
                    59th Annual Day Celebrations
                    59th Annual Day Celebrations
                    59th Annual Day Celebrations
                    59th Annual Day Celebrations
                    59th Annual Day Celebrations
                    59th Annual Day Celebrations
                    59th Annual Day Celebrations
                    59th Annual Day Celebrations
                    59th Annual Day Celebrations
                    59th Annual Day Celebrations
                    59th Annual Day Celebrations
                    59th Annual Day Celebrations
                    59th Annual Day Celebrations
                    59th Annual Day Celebrations
                    59th Annual Day Celebrations
                    59th Annual Day Celebrations
                    59th Annual Day Celebrations
                    59th Annual Day Celebrations
                    59th Annual Day Celebrations
                    59th Annual Day Celebrations
                    59th Annual Day Celebrations
                    59th Annual Day Celebrations
                    59th Annual Day Celebrations
                    59th Annual Day Celebrations
                    59th Annual Day Celebrations
                    59th Annual Day Celebrations
                    59th Annual Day Celebrations
                    59th Annual Day Celebrations
                    59th Annual Day Celebrations
                    59th Annual Day Celebrations
                    59th Annual Day Celebrations
                    59th Annual Day Celebrations
                    59th Annual Day Celebrations
                    59th Annual Day Celebrations
                    59th Annual Day Celebrations
                    59th Annual Day Celebrations
                    59th Annual Day Celebrations

                    The Air Force School celebrated its 59th Annual Day on 26 November 2014. Speaking on the occasion Air Marshal Ravi Kant Sharma, PVSM AVSM VM ADC, Vice Chief of the Air Staff expressed his appreciation of the flawless event titled, ‘Samashti- The Fabric of life’.  He remarked that the school was growing in infrastructure and in qualitative terms. In his address, Air Marshal Sharma cautioned the youth regarding the handling of social media .He urged them to use technology judiciously, to avoid the dangers it posed. Mrs Chitralekha Sharma , an alumna of The Air Force School gave away the prizes to students of classes XI and XII for academic and co-curricular achievements

                    The other distinguished guests included Air Marshal BBP Sinha AVSM, DG (Wks & Cer) &  Mrs. Divya Sinha , Air Vice Marshal PR Sinha VSM, ACAS (P& D) & Mrs. Poonam Sinha; Air Vice Marshal  AK Sharma VSM, ACAS (Accts & AV) & Mrs AK Sharma, Air Cmde H N Bhagwat, VM, PD SAS & CMC AF Schools &  Mrs. Shubhada Bhagwat.

                    The school band consisting of students drawn from classes VI- X greeted the guests, through the rendering of beautiful melodies on the drums and bagpipes.

                    The guests viewed an art and sculpture exhibition depicting the various moods and emotional states-the rasas that rule every individual. The paintings and sculptures on show, displayed a blend of cubism, expressionism and folk art in a reinvented form with the symbolic use of colours adding depth to the paintings.

                    The Annual report 2013-2014 presented by the Head girl and the Head boy showcased the rich and diverse experiences offered by the school in scholastic and co-scholastic areas.

                    In her address the Principal, Mrs Deepika Thapar Singh laid out the philosophy of the school. She  said, “We are very much tuned in to the inner world of our students .We want each one of them to feel secure and empowered within these school walls so that each day is a coming home for each child.”

                    The evening unfolded with Sursaaz- a blend of three ragas- Aashavari, Kafi and Shivaranjani. The orchestra and the choir created pure melody. The composition depicted in a metaphoric manner- the freshness and excitement of childhood with that rustic but mellifluous instrument, the flute. The veena played out the new heights to which our nation may rise if all of us play our part, inspired by our muse. The beautiful use of sitar, the swarmandal, the flute, the jaltarang, keyboard, drums, mandolin, violin, guitar and many other instruments, created fine music. The presentation depicted the ebb and flow of emotions.

                    The junior school students welcomed the guests through “Abhinandanam’ a blend of classical dance and contemporary dance movements.

                    The most spectacular event of the evening was the dance drama that displayed a myriad of emotions that are at the core of our life, our heart- Veera, Raudra, Shringara, Hasya, Karuna, Bhayanaka, Shanta. Through poetry, music and dance 260 children created pure magic.

                    The evening ended with the Air Force School song.

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