Here are the excerpts of an Interview, by the Primary School Students, who visited a biscuit factory, as a part of Class Room Activity.
TRIP TO INDIAN EXPRESS PRINTING PRESS
The students of ICT club visited the Indian Express printing press, in Sector 7, Noida on Friday 18th July 2014 to observe and learn the printing process of a newspaper. They gathered information on the functioning of a printing press, the kind of paper and different inks used, the procedure followed for making a layout of the newspaper and the role of different Editors and Reporters and were amazed to see how a set of different machines neatly cut, stacked, folded, covered and tied the paper into organized bundles which go out through a conveyor belt and get collected by men who stack them in racks.
The visit proved to be successful, as they got the chance to interview the Chief Manager of Indian Express Noida, Ms Vandana Mudgill and interacted with the other staff members to feel the air of the media industry.
Reporter – Sakshi Kohli, PRT (English)
III, IV & V
2.5.14 & 5.5.14
487 students of classes III, IV & V attended the screening of RIO – 2, the much acclaimed animated movie for children. The children, escorted by their teachers, reached the venue by school buses by 8:30 am. Thereafter, they were directed towards the movie halls booked exclusively for the students. The students thoroughly enjoyed the movie as they could very well empathise with the family of endangered species of blue parrots, which were fighting to save their borough in Amazon from unethical men, out to clear their forest of trees.
The experience was educative, uplifting and enjoyable for the students.
Students of Classes VII & IX of Bal Bharati Public School, Noida accompanied by 02 teachers went to Manali from 22 to 27 Mar 2014 for an excursion.
The experience of snow laden Solang Valley and adventure activities left the group awestruck.
AMRITSAR WAGAH BORDER
A group of 84 students from Classes IV – VI along with 9 teachers went on a trip to Amritsar Wagah Border on 14th March 2014.
The students assembled at New Delhi Railway Station on 14th morning to board Swarna Shatabdi Express for Amritsar . They enjoyed the exciting train journey as well as the food served on board.
After reaching Amritsar , the students went to the hotel Comfort Inn Alstonia by a coach . After freshening up , they had lunch and started for Wagah border by the same coach.
The students reached Wagah Border around 4 pm to watch the Sunset Ceremony . The ceremony took place in complete patriotic fervour and instilled the feeling of pride of being an Indian amongst each present there. The students witnessed the complete ceremony and took photographs with BSF Jawans.
After Wagah Border , the students were taken to Durgiana Temple , also called the Lakshmi Narayan temple. Dedicated to Goddess Durga , this temple is a Hindu version of the Golden temple. It is believed that Luv Kush tied the famous Ashvamegh horse to the tree which still stands tall in its premises.
After the temple visit , the students went back to the hotel , had dinner and retired for the night.
Next morning , the students left for the Jallianwalah Bagh after breakfast. They recollected the historical massacre that took place inside the bagh on seeing the bullet marks still imprinted on one of its walls and the Martyr’s well where innocent people jumped to save their lives. They also saw a museum where the entire incident is depicted through a painting.
The students then visited the Golden temple surrounded by the holy water body and were completely mesmerized by its beauty and splendor. They realized the power of faith and discipline on seeing lakhs of devotees lined up in queues to enter the temple. However, inspite of a long waiting period , everyone had a very good darshan of the temple from inside.
After the holy visit , the students went back to the hotel for lunch. After lunch , they packed their baggages and reached Amritsar railway station to board the train for New Delhi.They reached New Delhi railway station at 2330 hrs. and were safely handed over to their parents.
Overall the trip was truly a memorable experience for all the students and they enjoyed themselves thoroughly.
Learning can be pleasurable if it is promoted through Educational Trips. This experience was cherished by a large group of students of Cls III & IV who trotted Delhi on 13 March 2014. 232 students accompanied by 19 teachers explored most of the renowned places of Delhi.
The eIan of the students was evident in their exciting tones while boarding the luxurious coaches.
The first destination was the Qutab Minar. The students knowledge was elevated on the Qutab Minar & the famous Iron Pillar situated in its vicinity.
The visit to the Nehru Planetarium was a plunge into the world of Science & Technology followed by stepping into the Teen Murty Bhawan & very closely viewing the life of the first Prime Minister of India, J.L.Nehru.
To soar the energy level the students were fed with scrumptious meals and the journey resumed towards the Railway Museum. It was a glory in itself to know about the Indian- -Railways through the information & the models displayed at the Railway Museum and what will remain the most memorable moment was the ‘ Joy Ride’ in the toy train.
The visit to the Humayun’s Tomb was again an interaction with history & to remember the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi, the students visited the Raj Ghaat.
Knowledge is boundless & one must generously adhere to the myriad of ways to earn & expand it.
Please click link to find the 03 best write ups of the Primary School students after their visit to the Zoo dated 12 August 2013.
These students are being rated A++ in writing skills for Unit-3 Examination
Well done !!! Creativity at its best.
Trip to Goa from 20 to 26 October, 2012
Number of children went for the trip were 58 from classes IX to XII.
Kanatal from 21 to 25 May, 2012
One tour comprising of 35 students and 4 teachers went to Kanatal.
Nanital on 26 May, 2012
Second tour comprising of 32 students and 2 teachers went to Nainital.