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Co-curricular activities in MBS International School are an integrated part of education / academics. Without these the overall development of any child is not possible. Every child is a bundle of talent & unless this talent is not discovered the child’s growth remains incomplete. MBS has developed various clubs wherein the students participate in their choice of activities and showcase their abilities. These clubs help in development in various skills.

The student can opt for any club as per their interest, caliber & aptitude.

  • 2019-20
  • 2018-19
  • 2017-18

CLUBS (IV-IX, XI)

1. ARYABHATA CLUB 

Named after great Indian Mathematician, Aryabhata, who gave the most important number “0” to the world, Aryabhata Club is an initiative towards promoting mathematics in the school campus. It includes fun and competitive activities that any student can participate in. It is a great way for students to develop intuitive thinking skills and learn new types and techniques in maths. Being a student initiated and teacher aided group, Aryabhata Club is dedicated to serve the needs and interest of all students.

The Club aims:

  • To enrich students skills with higher order thinking
  • To help students develop and sustain a positive attitude towards mathematics.
  • To stimulate a child’s mathematical curiosity.
  • To enable students to view not as a set of rules or guidelines, but as an art.
  • To take the study of mathematics beyond the textbooks and classrooms and relate it with everyday life.

 

CLUB HEAD   : MR. MANISH MOHAN

CLUB MEMBERS        : MR. SATPAL SINGH

                                        MS. ASHNEET DIFFERENT

                                        MS. JASNEET KAKKAR

                                        Ms. VIDUSHI BAZAZ

                                        Ms. BHARTI GAUR

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE CLUB

S. NO

Date and Day of the Activity

Activity

Participants

View Report

1

7.05.2018

Monday

Enter the world of Vedic Mathematics

III –VI

 

View Report

2

8.05.2018

Tuesday

Origami In Mathematics

IV to VIII

View Report

3

9.05.2018

Wednesday

Mathematics Relay

IV to IX & XI

View Report

4

10.05.2018

Thursday

Sudoku Solving Competition

IX to XII

View Report

5

11.05.2018

Friday

Design 3-D shapes 

IV to VIII

View Report

2.  ECO CLUB 

Eco Club plays a vital role in ecology education. Ecology can be defined as the scientific study of interactions among organisms and their environment. It is an inter-disciplinary field that straddles biology, geography and earth science. Eco-club provides an opportunity for experiences that the textbook, lecture and even laboratory cannot match.

The club aims:

  • To educate and make students aware about ecology.
  • To develop students’ personality: Club members develop valuable skills such as public speaking, management and leadership.
  • To provide career guidance: Students are able to meet students with similar interests. Members can learn about career paths and options.
  • To develop and enhance research skills: Activities such as field trips allow students to network with ecologists and related professionals.

Eco club offers a wonderful opportunity to create awareness, build attitudes and help the students take up activities in a real world, in a way in which the constraints of the classroom and curriculum will not allow.

 

CLUB HEAD       :    MS. RICHA JASWAL

CLUB MEMBERS:   MS. SUNEYANA GROVER

                                  MS. RADHIKA

                                  MS. NUPUR

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE CLUB

S.No.

Date and Day of the Activity

Activity

Participants

View Repots
  1.  

11.07.2018 Wednesday

Tree Plantation

Talk by a Gardner

IV and V

View Report
  1.  
 

11.07.2018 Wednesday

 

Poster making Competition

(VanMahotsav)

VI to VIII

View Report
  1.  

11.07.2018 Wednesday

 

Slogan Writing/Sloganeering

Save Mother Earth

IX to XII

View Report

4.

04.09.2018 Tuesday

SwacchtaPakhwada-Intra Class Poster MakingCompetiton :Clean India, Green India

III to V

View Report

5.

06.09.2018 Thursday

 

Vermicomposting

XII

View Report

3. TECHIES CLUB  


The world of education is changing as the modern world continues to grow. With so much progress happening, it’s important that education be able to reach students in novel ways to brace students are prepared for the future, as the students of today are the leaders and inventors of tomorrow.

The TECHIES Club will explore innovations in information technology.

To benefit students and establish them in the ever-progressing world of technology.

The club aims:

  • To create awareness on the current trends in computers
  • To improve analytical & logical skills
  • To learn the dynamics of a computer and use it for higher learning
  • Introducing students to new technologies
  • To bring out creative talents
  • To test the knowledge of the students
  • To impart knowledge to the students

 

CLUB HEAD       :    MS. RENU GOSWAMY

CLUB MEMBERS:   MS. RISHU KAUL

                                 MS. JYOTI KHATTER

                                HIGHLIGHTS OF THE CLUB

S. NO

Date and Day of the Activity

Activity

Participants

View Reports

1

09.05.2018

Wednesday

 

Classified Ad Designing Competition

IX & XI

View Report

2

22.10.2018

Wednesday

 

Banner Designing Competition

XI & XII

View Report

3

23.01.2019

Wednesday

Inter House Power Point Presentation

VI to IX & XI

View Report

4

06.02.2019

Wednesday

 Inter House Birthday Card Designing

IV & V

View Report

5

06.02.2019

Wednesday

Inter House IT Quiz

VI to VIII

View Report

6

06.02.2019

Wednesday

Coding Challenge

IX & XI

View Report

4. EUREKA CLUB                                                                      

Each individual has his own interests, talents and abilities .Children have the tendency to make things, break things and handle things on their own. The Eureka Club would help in channelizing the energy of the students and make use of their skills and talents, which would satisfy their instincts and urges and help in their overall personality development. Self-expression, independent research, constructive activities are some of the opportunities that would be provided by the science club. Thorough activities of a science club, learning of science becomes joyful and active.

The club aims:

  • To cultivate interest in learning science.
  • To encourage participation in the activities organized by the science club.
  • To develop awareness and concern for scientific issues in personal, social, environmental and technological contexts.
  • To help students develop a scientific way of learning.
  • To understand scientific knowledge through experiments.

 

CLUB HEAD         :    MS MONIKA MAURYA

CLUB MEMBERS :    MS NEETU VERMA

                                   MR HRISHIT KAUSHIK

                                   MS NIHARIKA

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE EUREKA CLUB

 

S.NO.

Date and Day of the Activity

Activity

Participants

View Report

1

24.12.18

Monday

Visit to Science Center

 

IX & XI

View Report

2

24.12.18

Monday

Inter House Collage  making Competition

 

III to VIII

View Report

3

26.12.18

Wednesday

Inter House Poster Making Competition

IV to IX & XI

View Report

4

27.12.18

Thursday

Science Symposium

XI & XII

View Report

5

27.12.18 and 28.12.18

Thursday and Friday

Model Making

IV toVIII

View Report

6

29.12.18

Saturday

Science Exhibition

IV toVII

View Report

 

5. HERITAGE CLUB        

Heritage is a keystone of our culture that plays an important role in our politics, society, business and world view. It informs, influences and inspires public debate and policy both directly and indirectly.

Our tangible, intangible and natural heritage and all the associated myths, legends, traditions, and memories provide us with a common language and insight that enables us to communicate on a deep level with each other and to express ourselves in a unique way to the outside world.

The club aims:

  • To understand who and what we are.
  • To take pride in the unique diversity of India’s cultural identity.
  • To take care of the past so as to create a better future.
  • To give an exciting dimension to learning.

The heritage club will regard students as active seekers of knowledge by throwing light on the multiplicity of history and cultural experiences that exist in India. It will attempt to whet a student’s appetite for historical enquiry.

CLUB HEAD : MS. PARUL TRIVEDI

CLUB MEMBERS : MS. JULIET ANTONY

MS. PRIYANKA SOOD

MS. ANU BHARDWAJ

 

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE CLUB

S. NO

Date and Day of the Activity

Activity

Participants

View Reports

1

18.04.2018

Wednesday

Inter House Collage  making Competition

Topic: Spiritual India

III to IX& XI

View Report

2

19.04.2018

Thursday

Inter House Quiz

On Know your Buildings and Monuments

X& XI

View Report

3

20.04.2018

Friday

NukkadNatak: “Preserving our heritage”

IV & V

View Report

4

20.04.2018

Friday

Heritage Walk to Humayun’s Tomb

VI & VII

View Report

5

26.10.2018

Friday

Visit to National Museum

VIII & IX

View Report

6. ENTITY CLUB 

Entity club also called personality development club, not only recognizes the different identities of the members but also grooms their inherent talents by developing their confidence and communication skills. Entity club has been framed to explore the passions and aspirations of each child. The club co-ordinates multi-farious activities to facilitate students to build up skills necessary to deal with the current scenario of cut-throat competition.

The club aims: 

  • Grass root development of young minds to become talented future of our society.
  • Cultivating mental strength and character by instilling certain valuable skills such as
  • Public Speaking Skills
  • Empathy
  • Leadership Skills
  • Teamwork
  • Problem-solving skills
  • Emotion management skills
  • Listening skills
  • Conflict resolution skills

CLUB HEAD           : MS. SHIVANI RANA

CLUB MEMBERS   : MS. JYOTI VERMA

    MS. AKSHITA JOHRI

S. NO

Date and Day of the Activity

Activity

Participants

 View Report

1

02.05.2018

Wednesday

I dream to be..

IX

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2

18.07.2018

Wednesday

Speak about yourself and your favorite hobby

VI-VIII

View Report

3

18.07.2018

Wednesday

Word Chain…

IV  & V

View Report

4

16.01.2019

Wednesday

Story-chain..( If I were Bill Gates, I would..)

VI-VIII

View Report

5

16.01.2019

Wednesday

Role-play a situation..

(Imagine you had a fight with your best friend...)

IX

View Report

7. LINGUA FRANCA CLUB - ENGLISH  

Literature is the art of discovering something extraordinary and saying with ordinary words, something extraordinary.”


MBS International School, Dwarka believes in providing multitudinous prospects to our young litterateurs   to sap their intellectual competence with creative endeavours, thus enhancing and chiseling their articulation skills to mould them into champions, armed with varied literary accomplishments.

Pursuing with its commitment to imbibe in them the finer nuances of language, The Literary Club of the school has outlined varied activities to help nourish their insatiable astuteness.  
 

The club aims: 

  • To develop and hone the literary skills of the students.
  • Inspire students to develop a taste for literature.
  • To display their intellectual and independent thinking skills and imbibe a sense of confidence.
  • To foster a love for language, enhance literary creativity and provide an avenue for self-expression beyond the school curriculum.
  • To make learning of language fun, dynamic and objective.

     

CLUB HEAD (ENGLISH)  MS. SHINY BENJAMIN   
CLUB MEMBERS     MS. JYOTI KHANIJOW
  MS. NAMRATA
   

S. NO

Date and Day of the Activity

Activity

Participants

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1

13.08.2018

Monday

Inter House English Debate Competition

IV to XII

 

View Report

2

16.08.2018

Thursday

Inter House Declamation

IV to XII

 

View Report

3

16.08.2018

Thursday

Inter House Elocution

I to IX & XI

View Report

4

17.08.2018

Friday

Inter House Extempore

IV to IX  & XI

View Report

5

17.08.2018

Friday

Morning Assembly

School Buzz: Young Reporters presenting significant milestones of the school in a News Clipping

IX & XI

View Report

6

19.09.2018

Wednesday

English Creative Writing Competition

IV to IX  & XI

View Report

       

LINGUA FRANCA CLUB - HINDI  

 

CLUB HEAD(HINDI)  MS PUSHPA SINGH
CLUB MEMBERS     MS. PARNEET
  MS.PRIYANKA GOEL
  MS ARTI KALA

 

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  8. GOOD SAMARITAN CLUB    

“No education is complete without students being made to feel for the underprivileged and marginalized as well the social network around them including the environment they breathe in.”

The Social Service Club at MBS International School will help develop its students’ potential to serve the needy through its carefully planned activities. The club will be able to develop in them leadership skills. It will prepare them for a lifetime of community involvement and contribution to the society.

The club aims:

  •   To enhance the personal interaction between students and peer groups.
  •  To gain and develop students’ skills in group dynamics, leadership, co-operation and co-coordinating activities, meetings and events.
  • To provide students with opportunities to get in touch with the community and realize the role they can play and the core values of the society so that they become active and responsible citizens.

 

  • CLUB HEAD       :   MS. JASPREET KAUR
  • CLUB MEMBERS : MR. RAHUL HARITASH

MR NAVDEEP

MR GANESH

MS SAPNA KASHYAP

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE GOOD SAMARITAN CLUB

S.No.

Date and Day of the Activity

Activity

Participants

View Report
  1.  

23.04.2018 -27.04.2018

Monday - Friday

Collection and sale of old newspapers to help the needy.

I to XII

View Report
  1.  

02.05.2018

Wednesday

Visit to Old age Home.

VI to VIII

View Report

       3.

16.07.2018 - 18.07.2018

Monday -Wednesday

Collection of basic essentials and stationery items for the underprivileged.

I toXII

View Report
  1.  

 

 

31.08.2018

Friday

NukkadNatak to spread awareness about socially relevant issues.

IV & V

View Report

CLUBS (IV-IX, XI)

 

1. EUREKA CLUB (Science)

Date Name of the Activity Techniques
May 3,2017 DNA AND ITS ISOLATION  Techniques to isolate and extract DNA from an onion peel were taught
July 26,2017 SOLAR ECLIPSE  The reasons for occurrence of a solar eclipse were discussed and the method to design a pinhole camera to view the eclipse was taught
August    30,2017 ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM Interdependence between electricity and magnetism was discussed with practical examples
October 25,2017 LIGHT AND THE ELECTROMAGNETIC  SPECTRUM The dual nature of light and its properties were explained and demonstrated
November 22,2017 WRITING SCIENTIFIC FICTION Methods to write scientific fiction were discussed and the students were told to create their own science fiction stories
January 31,2018 LUNAR ECLIPSE  The reasons for occurrence of super blue blood moon were discussed and the children were encouraged to see the phenomenon which was to take place on January 31, 2018

 

2. ARYABHATA CLUB (Mathematics)

Date Activity Techniques
May 3,2017 MATHEMATICS QUIZ A quiz based on mathematical and analytical skills was conducted
July 26,2017 MATHS AND ART The phenomenon of symmetry in nature and art was elaborated with real life examples
August 30,2017 DESIGN YOUR OWN HOME A fixed cost was set and the students designed a home using formulae of mensuration
October 25,2017 MATHS PUZZLE Mathematical jargons were introduced and a game of scrabble was conducted on the same
November 22,2017 MATHS RELAY A successive quiz where the mathematical answers provided by one team acted as a clue to the answers of mathematical problems of the other team
January 31,2018 ORIGAMI IN MATHS With origami activities the relation between different mathematical shapes was demonstrated

 

3. ORATORY CLUB

Date Activity Techniques
May 3,2017 DECLAMATION Technicalities of a declamation were explained and the students were told to prepare a declamation speech
July 26,2017 SPEECH (HINDI) The students were instructed to give a speech on the topic ‘Importance of Trees’
August 30,2017 STORY TELLING (HINDI) The methods of storytelling were introduced and the students were divided in groups and instructed to recite their favourite stories
October 25,2017 NATAK (KALA DHAN) The students were told to design a play on Black Money (Kala Dhan) and enactment of the same was done during the club meet
November 22,2017 ACTION STORY The students were instructed to prepare an action story and enact it with the maximum usage of gestures rather than language
January 31,2018 IMAGINARY (HINDI) The students were told to imagine and create an imaginary object of utility and write about it in Hindi language

 

4. ENTITY CLUB (Personality Grooming)

Date Activity Techniques
May 3,2017 IMPROMPTU GAME The students spoke on impromptu topics provided to them
July 26,2017 PUBLIC SPEAKING Methods to enhance one’s personality and ways to make a good first impression were discussed
August 30,2017 CONTINUOUS STORY A theme was provided by the teacher and the students were divided into two teams where each team had to construct a story. Each person in a team was only allowed to say one sentence and continue the story. This process continued until it reached the last person in the team’s line. The last person in line was instructed to conclude the story in one line as well.
October 25,2017 ACTION STORY Enactment of a story with lots of gestures and actions involved was done

 

5. TECHIES CLUB (Computers)

Date Activity Techniques
May 3,2017 POSTER MAKING ON THE TOPIC: CLEAN INDIA Children were given the instruction about different tools of Tux Paint and were told to design a poster on their own
July 26,2017 POSTER MAKING ON THE TOPIC: MY DREAM HOUSE / DREAM CAR Children were given the instruction about different advanced tools of Tux Paint and were told to design a dream house or a car
August 30,2017 EDITING AND FORMATTING A PHOTOGRAPH IN MS WORD Children were given the instruction about different advanced tools of MS. Word
October 25,2017 DESIGNING ADVERTISEMENT: CLASSIFIED Children were given few cuttings of classified advertisement from the newspapers and instructed to make it in MS. Word using Text Box
November 22,2017 PREPARE A RESULT SHEET IN EXCEL USING FORMULAS Children were given the instruction about different Formulas and Functions (SUM, AVERAGE, IF) of MS-Excel and were told to apply them in designing a result sheet for a school
January 31,2018 CREATE A PRESENTATION ON SAVE ENVIRONMENT Children were given a folder including all the pictures and text related to the topic. They were told to prepare a presentation using those pictures

 

6. GOOD SAMARITAN CLUB (Social Service)

Date Activity Techniques
May 3,2017 KEEP YOUR TASTE BUD HAPPY The students prepared one snack item without using fire and gave it as a treat to their peers
July 26,2017 CHARITY ACTIVITY The importance of charity was discussed and the students were encouraged to donate and engage in charity
August 30,2017 TOGETHER EVERYONE ACHIEVES MORE Team spirit was inculcated in the students and the students were asked to speak on the topic ‘Team Work is Dream Work’
October 25,2017 PAINT TO AWARE  Children made posters on social issues like female foeticide, pollution and child abuse
November 22,2017 PLAY IN- HOUSE The students played in door games like Ludo, Chess. This was done in order to build a healthy competition amongst children
January 31,2018 GROUP DISCUSSION A group discussion on the topic ‘Social Media is a Boon or a Curse’ was done

 

7. NATURE CLUB

Date Activity Techniques
May 3,2017 ARTICLE WRITING ON ‘CLEAN ENVIRONMENT’ The Students were introduced to the 3R Principle (reduce, reuse, recycle) and were told to write an article on the topic ‘Clean Environment’
July 26,2017 POSTER MAKING ON ‘USE WATER WISELY’ The students made posters and wrote slogans on ‘Use water wisely’
August 30,2017 PLACARDS ON ‘AVOID USE OF PLASTIC BOTTLES’ Students made placards on the aftermath of the use of plastic bottles
October 25,2017 PUTTING UP OF PLACARDS ON ‘AVOID USE OF PLASTIC BOTTLES’ IN THE SCHOOL PREMISES The placards prepared in the previous club were put up on display within the school premises
November 22,2017 DECORATING ‘BIODEGRADABLE’ DUSTBIN The students decorated a bio degradable dustbin using biodegradable products
January 31,2018 POETRY ON ‘CELEBRATE THE EARTH’ The students were given guidelines to write poem and articles on the topic ‘Celebrate The Earth’

 

8. HERITAGE CLUB

Date Activity Techniques
May 3,2017 PUZZLE  ON INDIAN MONUMENTS  A puzzle sheet related to the important monuments of India was provided to the students to solve
July 26,2017 CARD MAKING ON UNITY IN DIVERSITY  The phenomenon of Unity in Diversity was explained to the students and the students were told to make cards on the topic
August 30,2017 QUIZ ON BRITISH PERIOD IN INDIA A quiz related to the Modern Indian History was conducted
October 25,2017 STORY WRITING  ON EVERY FAMILY HAS A SPECIAL STORY The students were told to portray a special memory regarding their family in the form of a story
November 22,2017 COLLAGE MAKING ON DANCE FORMS OF INDIA  The students were briefed about the different dance forms of India and were told to make a collage on the same
January 31,2018 DESIGNING LOGO FOR THE HERITAGE CLUB The students were given a task to design a logo for the Heritage Club
 

 

CLUBS (IV-IX, XI)

 

1. ENTITY CLUB 
Entity club also called personality development club, not only recognizes the different identities of the members but also grooms their inherent talents by developing their confidence and communication skills. Entity club has been framed to explore the passions and aspirations of each child. The club co-ordinates multi-farious activities to facilitate students to build up skills necessary to deal with the current scenario of cut-throat competition.

The club aims: 

  • Grass root development of young minds to become talented future of our society.
  • Cultivating mental strength and character by instilling certain valuable skills such as
  • Public Speaking Skills
  • Empathy
  • Leadership Skills
  • Teamwork
  • Problem-solving skills
  • Emotion management skills
  • Listening skills
  • Conflict resolution skills
CLUB HEAD Ms. Tanveen 
CLUB MEMBERS  Ms. Vandana
  Ms. Monika Dhingra
  Ms. Jyoti Verma
  Ms. Shikha Sharma
  Ms. Sakshi
  Ms. Payal Chauhan 
   Ms. Smriti
 

 

S. No

Date and Day of the Activity

Activity

Class

View Report

1.

April 10, 2019,Wednesday

Make to Do List

 

V &VI

 

View Report

2.

April 11,2019 , Thursday

Remind Yourself to be Grateful

IX

View Report
3 April 18, 2019 Thursday Write a Letter to Your Future Self VII & VIII View Report
   3. April 22, 2019 Monday  Conquer Your Fear: Role Play III & IV View Report
4. April 23, 2019 Tuesday Manners Paint the Portrait of Man I & II View Report
 

2. EUREKA CLUB                    

Each individual has his own interests, talents and abilities .Children have the tendency to make things, break things and handle things on their own. The Eureka Club would help in channelizing the energy of the students and make use of their skills and talents, which would satisfy their instincts and urges and help in their overall personality development. Self-expression, independent research, constructive activities are some of the opportunities that would be provided by the science club. Thorough activities of a science club, learning of science becomes joyful and active.

The club aims:

  • To cultivate interest in learning science.
  • To encourage participation in the activities organized by the science club.
  • To develop awareness and concern for scientific issues in personal, social, environmental and technological contexts.
  • To help students develop a scientific way of learning.
  • To understand scientific knowledge through experiments.
CLUB HEAD    Ms. Monika Maurya
CLUB MEMBERS            Ms. Hrishit Kaushik
                                              Ms. Niharika
                                            Ms. Suneyana Grover
                                              Ms. Sonia Anand
                                              Ms. Chanandeep

 

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE EUREKA CLUB

S.NO.

Date and Day of the Activity

Activity

Participants

View Report

1

April 25, 2019,Thursday

Play: Know Your Scientist: A Biosketch

 VII

View Report

 

2

April 26, 2019,     Friday

Visit to Science Centre

Movie Making: Enigma of Science

IV & V

VIII

View Report

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3

April 29, 2019,    Monday

Science Symposium: Environmental Pollution & Depollution techniques IX View Report

4

April 29, 2019,     Monday

First Aid Box Designing I, II & III View Report
5. April 30, 2019,     Tuesday Wonder of Veggies: Fancy Dress Competition I View Report
6 14.05.2019 Tuesday Tree Plantation: Herbal Garden I-III View Report
7 September 27, 2019,Friday Inter house Science Quiz    

3. TECHIES CLUB  

The world of education is changing as the modern world continues to grow. With so much progress happening, it’s important that education be able to reach students in novel ways to brace students are prepared for the future, as the students of today are the leaders and inventors of tomorrow.

The TECHIES Club will explore innovations in information technology.

To benefit students and establish them in the ever-progressing world of technology.

The club aims:

  • To create awareness on the current trends in computers
  • To improve analytical & logical skills
  • To learn the dynamics of a computer and use it for higher learning
  • Introducing students to new technologies
  • To bring out creative talents
  • To test the knowledge of the students
  • To impart knowledge to the students
CLUB HEAD   Ms. Renu Goswamy
CLUB MEMBERS  Ms. Rishu Kaul
  Ms. Jyoti Khatter
  Ms. Parul

Highlights of the Techies’Club

S.No.

Date and Day of the Activity

Activity

Class

View Report

1

03.02.2020 Monday

Logo Designing

VI

 

2

04.02.2020 Tuesday

Too Short for Too Big (Movie on Social Cause)

VIII

 
3 06.02.2020 Thursday Photo Editing Contest VII  

 

4. ARYABHATA CLUB 

Named after great Indian Mathematician, Aryabhata, who gave the most important number “0” to the world, Aryabhata Club is an initiative towards promoting mathematics in the school campus. It includes fun and competitive activities that any student can participate in. It is a great way for students to develop intuitive thinking skills and learn new types and techniques in maths. Being a student initiated and teacher aided group, Aryabhata Club is dedicated to serve the needs and interest of all students.

The Club aims:

  • To enrich students skills with higher order thinking
  • To help students develop and sustain a positive attitude towards mathematics.
  • To stimulate a child’s mathematical curiosity.
  • To enable students to view not as a set of rules or guidelines, but as an art.
  • To take the study of mathematics beyond the textbooks and classrooms and relate it with everyday life.
CLUB HEAD  Mr. Manish Mohan
CLUB MEMBERS Mr. Satpal Singh
  Ms. Ashneet Dhanoa
  Ms. Jasneet Kakkar
  Ms. Bharti Gaur
  Ms. Ritu Singhal
  Ms. Ritu kataria

 S.NO.

DATE

NAME OF THE EVENT

CLASS

View Report

1

January 20, 2020

 

 Origami Making

    3D Shape Designing                 

III

IV & V

 
 

2

January 21, 2020

 

Rangoli making with Shapes(House Activity)

Book Mark Making with Shapes

VI

VII

 
 

3

January 22, 2020

Design a Dream Home(Origami Activity)

  I & II

 

4

January 23, 2020

 

Mental Maze Competition

Sudoku

V

VIII

 
 

 

5. ECO CLUB 

Eco Club plays a vital role in ecology education. Ecology can be defined as the scientific study of interactions among organisms and their environment. It is an inter-disciplinary field that straddles biology, geography and earth science. Eco-club provides an opportunity for experiences that the textbook, lecture and even laboratory cannot match.

The club aims:

  • To educate and make students aware about ecology.
  • To develop students’ personality: Club members develop valuable skills such as public speaking, management and leadership.
  • To provide career guidance: Students are able to meet students with similar interests. Members can learn about career paths and options.
  • To develop and enhance research skills: Activities such as field trips allow students to network with ecologists and related professionals.

Eco club offers a wonderful opportunity to create awareness, build attitudes and help the students take up activities in a real world, in a way in which the constraints of the classroom and curriculum will not allow.

CLUB HEAD Ms. Richa Jaiswal
CLUB MEMBERS Ms. Sapna kashyap
  Ms. Nupur
  Ms. Radhika
   

                         HIGHLIGHTS OF THE CLUB

S.No.

Date and Day of the Activity

Activity

Participants

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1.

13.05.2019

Monday

Slogan Writing Competition : Energy Conservation Class IX View Report
2.

15.05.2019

Wednesday

Inter House Elocution (Jr. & Sr.)

Sustainable Development: We are the Green Ambassadors of Change

 

Class- VII

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3.

16.05.2019

Thursday

 Cleanliness Drive

 

Teresa v/s Curie 

Vivekananda v/s Tagore 

VI & VIII

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6. HERITAGE CLUB        

Heritage is a keystone of our culture that plays an important role in our politics, society, business and world view. It informs, influences and inspires public debate and policy both directly and indirectly.

Our tangible, intangible and natural heritage and all the associated myths, legends, traditions, and memories provide us with a common language and insight that enables us to communicate on a deep level with each other and to express ourselves in a unique way to the outside world.

The club aims:

  • To understand who and what we are.
  • To take pride in the unique diversity of India’s cultural identity.
  • To take care of the past so as to create a better future.
  • To give an exciting dimension to learning.

The heritage club will regard students as active seekers of knowledge by throwing light on the multiplicity of history and cultural experiences that exist in India. It will attempt to whet a student’s appetite for historical enquiry.

CLUB HEAD   Ms. Parul Trivedi
CLUB MEMBERS Ms. Juliet Antony
  Ms. Amandeep Kaur
  Ms. Priyanka Sood
  Ms. Nidhi Bhasin
  Ms. Subha Jamwal

           HIGHLIGHTS OF THE CLUB

S. NO

Date and Day of the Activity

Activity

Participants

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1

20.01.2020

Monday

Designing the Heritage Calender

Travel Brouchure
(Historical Places)

VI

VIII

2

21.01.2020

Tuesday 

Inter House Folk Dance

VI-VIII

3

22.01.2020 Wednesday

Ted Talk (Human Rights)

Heritage quiz

XI

IX &XI

4

23.01.2020   Thursday 

Mapping India's Folk Arts

VII

7. LINGUA FRANCA CLUB - ENGLISH  

Literature is the art of discovering something extraordinary and saying with ordinary words, something extraordinary.”


MBS International School, Dwarka believes in providing multitudinous prospects to our young litterateurs   to sap their intellectual competence with creative endeavours, thus enhancing and chiseling their articulation skills to mould them into champions, armed with varied literary accomplishments.

Pursuing with its commitment to imbibe in them the finer nuances of language, The Literary Club of the school has outlined varied activities to help nourish their insatiable astuteness.  
 

The club aims: 

  • To develop and hone the literary skills of the students.
  • Inspire students to develop a taste for literature.
  • To display their intellectual and independent thinking skills and imbibe a sense of confidence.
  • To foster a love for language, enhance literary creativity and provide an avenue for self-expression beyond the school curriculum.
  • To make learning of language fun, dynamic and objective.
CLUB HEAD (ENGLISH)  Ms. Shiny Benjamin   
CLUB MEMBERS     Ms. Akshita Johri
  Ms. Jyoti khanijow
  Ms. R.K. Vandana
  Ms. Mansi Behl

 HIGHLIGHTS OF THE CLUB

S. NO

Date and Day of the Activity

Activity

Participants

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1

22.7.2019

Monday

JAM Session

Narrate a Story

Creative Writing

Twisted Tales

VIII

II

XI

VI

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2

23.7.2019

Tuesday

 Inter House Debate Competition

Inter House -English Debate

Poem Recitation

VI-VIII & XI-XII

IV & V

III

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3.

24.7.2019

Wednesday

Folk Tales Character Dramatization

Travel Brochure Making

Shakespeare Character Dramatisation

IV

VII

IX

 

 

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4

25.7.2019

Thursday

Story Telling I View Report
5

26.7.2019

Friday

Spellathon  IV View Report

FRENCH CLUB LANGUAGE - HINDI  

 

CLUB HEAD(HINDI)  Ms. Pushpa Singh
CLUB MEMBERS     Ms Anita Sharma. 
  Ms. Anubala
  Ms. Arti Kala
  Ms. Heena Nagpal
  Ms. Anita Semwal

 

S. NO

Date and Day of the Activity

Activity

Participants

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1

29.7.2019

Monday

Doha gayan

Hasya Kavita Pratiyogita

Inter House Navras Kavya Vachan 

IV

III

IX & X

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2

30.07.2019

Tuesday

Man Mohak Prastuti Hamare Tyohar

Slogan writing 

II

VI

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3

31.07.2019

Wednesday

Kavita Vachan

Mohavaro ka khel

 

V

VII

 

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4

1.8.2019

Thursday

Likhe Sunder Dikhe Sunder 

Inter House Hindi Debate

I

VI-VIII

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5

2.8.2019

Friday

 

Nibandh lekhan

Hindi Week Report

 

VIII-

I-X

 

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  8. GOOD SAMARITAN CLUB    

“No education is complete without students being made to feel for the underprivileged and marginalized as well the social network around them including the environment they breathe in.”

The Social Service Club at MBS International School will help develop its students’ potential to serve the needy through its carefully planned activities. The club will be able to develop in them leadership skills. It will prepare them for a lifetime of community involvement and contribution to the society.

The club aims:

  •   To enhance the personal interaction between students and peer groups.
  •  To gain and develop students’ skills in group dynamics, leadership, co-operation and co-coordinating activities, meetings and events.
  • To provide students with opportunities to get in touch with the community and realize the role they can play and the core values of the society so that they become active and responsible citizens.
CLUB HEAD Ms. Amanpreet Kaur
CLUB MEMBERS Mr. Navdeep Singh
  Mr. Shagun
  Ms. Ritu Chauhan
  Ms. Manpreet Kaur
  Ms. Manisha Aggarwal
  Ms. Kalyani Jha

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HIGHLIGHTS OF THE  CLUB

S.No.

Date and Day of the Activity

Activity

Participants

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  1.  

25.11.2019      Monday 

Donation of Toys,Books & Warm Clothes

Digital literacy session for senior citizens

 I-XII

IX

 
  1.  

26.11.2019      Tuesday

Craft Peace Dove WE  

       3.

27.11.2019 Wednesday

Planning a Day for orphanage Children VIII  
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