On 14th April 2017 Shri AK Pansari, Chairman of Royal Global School was awarded with "Shri Moi Oxomi Botah 2017" for his contribution in the education sector towards overall development of Assam land and its people. The Honor was accorded by the Hon'ble Chief Minister of Assam at Flag Hosting Ceremony at Latasil Khelpothar.
Dyuksha Hazarika and Nimisha Patra were awarded for the captions in the Caption Contest on World Health Day organized by the Department of Psychiatry, Gauhati Medical College in association with World Health Organisation.
Dyuksha’s captions, ‘Deep regret for life lived, deep sorrow for a life to be lived and deep pain to live now is depression.’ and ‘ When all you want to do is glide along the moon river, glide on, glide on until infinity and beyond and reach into nothingness, no pain no gain!’ were adjudged FIRST and SECOND respectively while Nimisha’s caption, ‘You, depression, are my age old friend. This time, I say goodbye for good because this time, I will not let you hold me, I will not let you ruin me. I am worthy of love, I am worthy of living.’ was adjudged THIRD.
On 3rd September 2016, Dr. Chona, Principal Advisor to Royal Global School was honored with ‘The Most Influential Educationist in India Award’ at “Celebrating 69 – Pride of the Nation” and “India’s Most Influential Education Brand & Leader 2015–16 – AsiaOne White Swan Awards”, in Mumbai. White Swan is the brain child of SOUL which is a part of the AsiaOne magazine which has presence in electronic and print media in five countries of Asia and Middle East namely India, Dubai, Singapore, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia. The School is proud to be associated with Dr. Chona.
The Economics Times ‘Best School Brands’, 2016 recognized Royal Global School, Guwahati for its excellence in the field of education in a ceremony held at Taj Palace, New Delhi on 23rd June 2016 . RGS is first in the North East to get such a recognition by the Times Group . The school was also conferred with the First Platinum Rated Green School Award in Eastern Indian by Confederation of Indian Industry - The Indian Green Building Council here in Guwahati today . The award was handed over by Sri Atul Bora, Minister for Agriculture, Veterinary and Irrigation, Assam Government, in the presence of Sri S.K Barua, Chairman CII ; Ar. Ramendra Baishya, Chairman IGBC –Guwahati Chapter and Er. Hemanta Kumar Gogoi, Chairman, Pollution Control Board, Govt. of Assam .
Royal Global School congratulates Sannidhya Sharma for clearing the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced 2016, with an all India ranking of 3184, the result was of which was declared on Sunday. Sannidhya has always been a very bright student and had topped the school science stream in the AISSCE, 2016 with an aggregate of 96.6%.
Royal Global School congratulates Shri A.K.Pansari, Chairman for receiving an award from Shri Tarun Gogoi, Honourable Chief Minister of Assam in recognition of his contribution towards the spread of education in the north-east.
Students from Royal Global School have scored well in International Mathematics Olympiad. View Report
A twelve member delegation from Royal Global School participated inthe North East India Model United Nations (NEIMUN) Conference, 2015 from 1st to 4th November. The conference was attended by 250 students from different parts of the country. While Tarun Chandra Agarwal representing Uganda was elected the Chairperson for the Disarmament and International Security Committee (DISEC), Nimisha Patra representing France in the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples (WCIP) and Pinyadrith Tarafdar representing the United Kingdom in Social Cultural and Humanitarian Committee (SOCHUM) baggedthe ‘Diplomacy Award’ individually.
In the recently concluded 2ndAll Assam Pool & Snooker Tournamentorganized by Guwahati Pool and Snooker Association which was held at Physical Point Pool Club, Guwahati from 9th-12thOct., 2015, Chayam Chawla of Royal Global Schoolbecame Champion in U-14 Boys Event. In the same category, Aryan Gattani of RGS became Runner-Up in Pool U-14 Boys event.Vivan Agarwala of RGS became Runner-Up in Snooker and Pool U-19 Boys event. Also LokeshBaheti of RGS again got 2nd Runner-Up in U-19 Pool Boys event.
Following Students of Royal Global School have taken part in Sub-Junior/Junior National Squash Championshipwhich held at The Calcutta Racket Club, J.L. Nehru Road, Kolkata from 24th – 29th October, 2015.
|SL. NO.||NAME OF THE STUDENT||EVENT|
|1||GAURAV AGARWAL||U-17 (BOYS)|
|2||PIYUSH BAJAJ||U-17 (BOYS)|
|3||RISHABH MORE||U-17 (BOYS)|
|4||SANTANU AGARWAL||U-17 (BOYS)|
|5||CHIRAG BAGARIA||U-15 (BOYS)|
The team will be escorted by Ashok Talukdar, Squash Coach of Royal Global School.
In the recently concluded 1st Assam Valley Invitational Inter School Swimming Meetwhich was held at Assam Valley School, Tezpur from 10thto 12th Oct., 2015, Royal Global School bagged the second position in the meet with 33 Medals.The details of the Medal winners are as follows:
|Subjects||80 marks (Annual Examination) Students have to secure 40% marks out of 80 marks earmarked in each subject.||20 marks (InternalAssessment) Student has to secure 40% marks out of 20 marks earmarked in each subject.|
|Periodic Test (10 marks weightage)||Notebook Submission(5 marks)||Subject Enrichment Activity (5 marks)|
|Language I||Periodic Tests||This will cover
upkeep of notebooks
|Speaking and Listening Skills|
|Language II||Speaking and Listening Skills|
|Science||Practical Lab work|
|Maths||Practical Lab work|
|Social Science||Map Work and Project Work|
|FIT||Annual Examination (40 marks)||Practical Lab Work (60 marks)|