Mata Jai Kaur Public School organised its Mega PTM, an occasion to facilitate parent-teacher interaction and to showcase, through myriad activities and engagements, the learning outcomes of the research done by students in various disciplines besides keeping up the annual tradition of organising a Blood Donation Camp in collaboration with its Alumni body, MXSA and Lions Blood Bank and distributing blankets to the less fortunate to warm up their winter.
The event was graced by the presence of Dr. Sanjay Dhall, Senior Physician, Max Hospital as the Chief Guest and Chairman S. Surjit Singh, Vice Chairperson, Mrs. Rasna Singh, PTA members and the alumni as distinguished guests. The day witnessed the release of the school magazine, Sterling 2016. The school premises came alive with performances in yoga, aerobics, judo, nukkad natak, in addition to a fabric walk journeying from European Clothing to Indian Khadi. The students walked their parents through their life at school as they presented an exhibition of deeply-researched models, projects, experiments and games in Science, Social Science, Math, Computer Science and Robotronics.
There was a huge display of Oxygen-exuding plants along with those from the school’s Herbal Garden with the mission to transition school into an Oxy Villa and making this as one of the best practices done en masse by students and staff alike. Some very interesting and futuristic projects were also on display- Healthy Tiffin which transformed the Commerce section into a Non- Profit Food Bank for the day and Humanities Stream’s Model United Nations painstakingly raising concerns for ‘Food Security in South Asian Countries’. The prize- winning play ‘Swachh Hawa Swachh Jal; Surakshit Rahega Hamara Kal was staged and there were workshops on ‘Recent Changes in Admission to Delhi University’ and ‘Cyber Safety’ with the latter conducted by the school’s own Google-certified Web Rangers. A presentation on ‘Making School Bags Lighter and Better’ focussed on how to thoughtfully organise a school bag.
The day culminated with the school Principal, Ms. Rashmi Mehta applauding the spirit and zeal of students in making every nook and corner of the school throb with energy and urging them to continue celebrating the spirit of ‘learning to learn’.