Thursday, December 9, 2010

ECO CLUB -- SMS Janak Puri, India

Eco- Club “Vasudha” of St. Marks Sr. Sec Public School, Janakpuri has been working tirelessly since 1999 to add up its contribution to improve the challenging environmental conditions. The coordinators and club members have undertaken various environmental friendly activities like tree plantation, campaigns against noise and air pollution and the awareness campaigns amongst the society like “No Plastic for me”, “Say no to crackers” and the most important one the “Cleanliness Drive”.

Keeping in mind “COMING TOGETHER IS A BEGINNING, KEEPING TOGETHER IS PROGRESS,WORKING TOGETHER IS SUCCESS”, the club has joined hands with The Art of Living in its Clean Delhi- NCR Drive campaign for which the school has adopted A-3 block of Janakpuri for spreading awareness to keep the surroundings clean.

Reported by Vinayak Goyal

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Working For A Cause -- SMS Janak Puri, India


Whenever there is a call for Social and community work SMS Janak Puri has never left any stone unturned . We are aware of our social responsibilities and are trying to lend a helping hand to those less privileged than us.

SOS Villages of India’ is a NGO which is a non-profitable organization. It helps children, those who bravely faced various natural calamities like flood, earthquakes and terrorism. SOS Villages of India provide a complete home to these children.

Helping Hand Lend BY SMS , Jnakpuri………….

A Cheque was handed over by our Director Mrs Anjali Aggarwal to Mrs. Seema Jairath, State Coordinator, SOS Villages of India.

A contribution of Rs. 1,34,172 was given by SMS family to Mr. Harpreet Singh Deputy Head , Publicity and Fund Raising (SOS) by our honourable chairman Mr. T.P Aggarwal.

A visit to SOS Village at Bawana

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The students interacted with village Students and learnt the way they lead their lives. They visited their respective homes, shared much information, played Cricket and sketched some drawings with them. Our students also gave some gifts to them which brought smiles on their faces. It was a wonderful experience to cherish.


Our school participated in a 3 day interaction programme called “PRATIBIMB-2009” organized by GOONJ, an NGO and received the third prize amongst 18 schools in the “Seeking Solutions” event for presenting a mime on rural problems. The mime depicted how the unscientific beliefs of illiterate rural people in “quacks” & “ojhas” can ruin them.

The school received a trophy and a certificate for their presentation.

S.M.S Faculty contributed items such as stationary, woollens, soft toys in large bulk for the underprivileged children this year as well. It is a regular feature of the school which involves the students from all the classes right from class I to class XII making them realize their moral responsibility towards the underprivileged children and thus sensitizing values of consideration and humanity amongst young hearts.

Under the aegis of Help Age India, the students of our school contributed Rs. 67,738/- in order to support the senior citizens of our country, When Bihar was devastated by floods, the children of our school contributed 1050 Kgs. of rice and 50 Kgs. of pulses to help the people in their hour of crisis. The students of SMS contributed an amount of Rs. 67,738 towards the “School Education Cum Fund Raising Programme” under the aegis of Helpage India given by our Chairman Mr. T.P Aggarwal to Manjeet Singh , Sr. Manager of Helpage India.

Our school is closely associated with NGOs Prerna Niketan & Muskaan. Prerna Niketan is a voluntary organization working for the physically challenged people. Muskaan is a vocational training centre where intellectually challenged and differently able children are trained.
Diwali Mela’s are organized by the NGO’s like Prerna NIketan and Muskan in our school on regular basis. The students are encouraged to buy their products as the proceeds from them go for a noble cause.

Reported by Vinayak Goyal