Monday, December 10, 2018

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MAPS ATL - Youth is the most Important Resource

Youth is the most important resource we have with us today that can ensure a safe and peaceful future where the world will be a global community and ideas flow like rivers without any borders. What we need to do today is to recognize these potential youth leaders and to provide them a platform where they may explore their full potential and become the studentprenuers.
Atal Innovation Mission and Niti Ayog through ATL labs have already given schools to create these platforms and today on CHILDREN'S DAY it was used to appreciate the ATL studentprenuers for their relentless spirit and zeal to create something new.
Bhavay Garg from class X was selected as boy MAPS studentprenuer and Puhumi Aggarwal of class VII was selected as girl MAPS studentprenuer and were awarded certificates in a special assembly held on the occasion of Children's Day in the school premises.
We hope to raise many more such scientists Who will emerge as entrepreneurs in the future and will bring more innovation to this world.

Ms. Ritu Gupta with Bhavay Garg (X) and Puhumi Aggarwal (VII) 

Vice-Principal (MAPS)

Mith Kumar

Sunday, December 9, 2018

MAPS ATL - Children's Day Celebration 2018

Maharaja Agarsain Public School never leaves any chance to learn. Atal Innovation Mission, NITI Aayog and UNICEF together celebrated this children's day by enabling a fair chance for every child by expanding opportunities for children, especially the most disadvantaged.
To create a dialogue and raise awareness on the subject, UNICEF organized a series of talks with key influencers talking about the importance of investing in schools to thrive as supportive spaces for a child’s growth and development which were attended by school faculty members on 14th and 17th of November 2018.
Children across the country shared powerful personal narratives on various aspects of Schools as supportive spaces. Presence of parliamentarians further added to the importance of the issue. It was a great learning experience for all involved.
Happy Tinkering