The Fit India Freedom Run culminated on 2nd October and Royal Global School gave it a befitting closure by organizing a run along the boundary of Dighali Pukhuri early in the morning. The Principal of RGS , Anubha Goyal, teachers and students participated in the run.
After the run, they reached school and paid homage to the Father of the Nation by garlanding his statue and offering floral tributes. The soulful rendition of "Raghupati Raghav Rajaram" and "Vaishnav Jana toh" gave the whole atmosphere a serene and nationalistic flavour.
Fit India Freedom Run
Royal Global School endorses the idea that a healthy mind resides in a healthy body. The Fit India Freedom Run was flagged off by Principal Ma'am. The teachers from class 9 to 12 and the sports teachers participated in the run enthusiastically promoting the idea of Running for a healthy tomorrow.
Birth Anniversary of Bharat Ratna Dr. Bhupen Hazarika
Royal Global School celebrated the birth anniversary of Bharat Ratna Bhupen Hazarika today. The bust of the legendary singer and composer was garlanded. His famous composition ,"Manuhe Manuhor Baabe" echoed in the campus and the admin staff and others present sang along with it. The significance of the song was told by Sattyakee D'com Bhuyan to enlighten the ones present there.
As a part of celebration students also paid tribute in their own way.
Virtual College Fair 2020
In these COVID times, we at RGS have come forward to offer opportunities to our students to explore their career & college options. With this aim, we are organizing a Virtual
College Fair in association with our Career Guidance & Alumni Management partners, Univariety.
Antar Prerna session With Mr. Namit Bajoria
RGS had a session of Antarprerna on the webinar, where the guest speaker was Shri Namit Bajoria.
He is a first generation entrepreneur, founder of the Brand Kutchina and a philanthropist. The session also had the Chairman of Royal Global School as a guest panelist. The session was moderated by the Senior Coordinator of RGS Binita Jain and a few students of class 11 and 12 were on the panel to ask questions to the speaker. The session was very motivating and enriching.
World Environment Day
Small steps taken, result in giant walks.
On the felicitous occasion of the World Environment Day, the Interact Club of Royal Global School has taken an initiative to plant saplings, as a token of our love. And this gives me immense pleasure and pride to announce that our project for the World Environment Day has turned out to be a grand success. Today has been a major triumph, a day of sensational victory for the interact Club. We couldn't be more proud to announce that on a rough count, over 70 saplings have been planted.
Knowing trees, We understand the meaning of patience. Knowing grass, We understand the meaning of persistence. We Knowing trees, We understand the meaning of patience. Knowing grass, We understand the meaning of persistence. We pledge to do this every year with increasing participation successively. This has fueled us to do more and we are one step closer to our goals.
On this auspicious day of World Environment Day, The Interact Club of RGS welcomed its students to a prestigious webinar.
“If conservation of natural resources goes wrong, nothing else will go right.”
The Interact Club welcomed Sir Anthony Peniston of Stockholm, a dedicated and effective wildlife conservationist.
Sir Anthony Peniston, is a dedicated and an effective wildlife conservationist. He currently runs the “LionWatch Project” in South Africa, motive being to save Lions from canned hunting industry and finding responsible, ethical methods to stop canned hunting and trading industry. He is based in Limpopo, on the boundaries of Botswana. He started his conservation skills first by saving Cheetas and later on Lions, who were held captive. He is against all taming of wildlife species and is truly an inspiration to all of us.
Cooking Without Fire
UKG students did an activity 'COOKING WITHOUT FIRE', where children made their favourite snack ' Jhal muri’. Children enthusiastically participated along with their mothers. Benefits of allowing the children to participate in cooking and also the nutritive value of different ingredients were explained by the teacher. We have many Master Chefs in the making.
Virtual Investiture Ceremony
The electoral process for electing the House Captains, House Vice Captains and House Prefects for Gandhi House, Mother Teresa House, Tagore House, and Vivekananda House was successfully conducted online. The new caninet for the year 2020-21 has been elected in an extremely fair and democratic manner as is done every year. This proves that a hurdle is a hurdle only if you treat it as one. We at RGS have been facing every challenge with a determination to overcome it and the newly elected cabinet bears a testimony to that. Now the virtual Investiture Ceremony is awaited.
Session with Mr. Rajib Dey
On 16th May, 2020, an interactive session was held on zoom platform with Mr. Rajib Dey, who is a renowned swimming Coach of Assam with the students of RGS.
During the session Mr. Dey emphasized on a daily routine which should include both exercise and practice in the pool for those who want to take up swimming as a competitive sport. In his words, exercise should include workout for the development of the core muscles and for developing endurance. He showed a number of videos of exercises performed by current successful swimmers of Assam which greatly motivated the RGS students. He also stressed the importance of swimming for sports persons of other fields like Cricket, Tennis etc.
The session was followed by a Question Answer round.
Approximately 65 students plus RGS coaches attended the session which lasted for 1 hour 20 mintues.
Session with Mr. R Chandrasekaran
Royal Global School has always been enthusiastic about bringing professionals across the nation. AntarPrerna is one such platform where the school invites entrepreneurs and experts and experts from various fields. It also invites people from different arenas to speak to the students and instill them with insights on their fields of expertise. On 14th of May, 2020, a session was conducted through the Zoom app where the Chief Guest Of Honour Mr. R Chandrasekaran enlightened the students with his words of wisdom.
Mr. Ramamurthy briefed the students on ‘Insurance’ where he first talked about ‘objects’ that are at risk, hazardous situations that can take place due to that risk and the consequences that it may have. With the enhancement in the technological and business sector, there is a rise in the need of Insurance policies across the nation which includes all households and organizational fields so that they could be insured against risks if any incident takes place wherein the Insurance Company would cover all the incidental costs.
He also put light upon the fact as to how important it is to have an Insurance in the present time and how it has massively impacted our lives. Coming to the end of the event, a question and answer was in order where the curious students asked questions which included that regarding his experience working in the gulf, how he sees the future of Insurance as a Career for the youth and how it helps the business organizations in insuring their head offices and warehouses. With the end of the Question and Answer session, the event had also come to an end.
Royal Global School is very thankful and honoured to have had Mr. R Chandrasekaran, a reinsurance professional. The students had a lot to take in from this fruitful session.
169th Birth Anniversary of Shri Rabindranath Tagore
Admist the lock down, students at Royal Global School celebrated the 169th birth anniversary today online on zoom where around 80 students and teachers participated to celebrate the occassion. A special assembly was jointly organised by the students and the teachers of the school. The students showcased their talents in various spheres. The programme started with a speech on the significance of this day.It was followed by recitation of the very famous poems by the students of different classes.The famous and inspiring poem “Where the mind is without fear …”was also recited by one of the students.The famous song "Akla Chalo Re" composed by Him was also sung beautifully by the students. Principal Maam and teachers also spoke on the the occasion about the life and work of the noble laureate and sang songs composed by Him.The programme concluded with the singing of the National Anthem, Jana Gana Mana, composed by none other than Tagore Himself.
Every year, Royal Global School celebrates May Day with much pomp and show, full of enthusiasm and zest to honour its support staff members. Last year, on this day we witnessed a plethora of talent of our support staff whereby they showcased mesmerizing dance and song performances and also exhibited a fashion show. This year, we miss out on yet another fun-filled celebration, owing to the lockdown, but this does not stop us from showing our gratitude to them. The teachers, the sports faculty and the admin staff of Royal Global School has come up with small endearing messages to honour each member of the School's support staff.
World Dance Day
As rightly quoted “Dance is the purest expression of every emotion, earthly and spiritual”, the students of Royal Global School too depicted their emotions through a dance presentation in these testing times on the occasion of “World Dance Day”. The students performed on the song “Ek tu hi bharosa, ek tu hi sahara” in their respective homes and a collage of the performances truly laid out a soulful and poignant rendition. Indeed mesmerising, the dance was a way of reaching out to the almighty and prayers for all because sometimes all it needs is just one prayer to change everything.
World Book Day
There are many reasons to be happy in the world, but the biggest reason of them all is books.
World Book day is a celebration of authors, illustrators,books and most importantly it is a celebration of reading. This day is marked in over 100 countries and Royal Global School celebrated this epic event with a cornucopia of exciting events online.
The day started with a reading pledge undertaken by all the students with their Class teachers.
Wonderful bookmarks were made across the school with a quote on 'reading' written on it.
The children were also advised to read a book of their choice to mark this day.
And finally our Principal ma'am went around the junior classrooms regaling the students with a tale called ' The Story of Mai'.
Happy World Book Day to all!!
World Heritage Day
The time we are in, sure, is difficult. Our patience is running out. And we are
surrounded by an invisible army of the enemy. However be rest assured, this
too shall pass. And we would emerge stronger and better just like our
monuments that stood the test of time.
In the wake of Covid – 19 pandemic, Sanskriti – The Heritage Club of Royal
Global School has decided to celebrate the World Heritrage Day online to
display solidarity in our fight against the deadly virus outbreak. The teacher in
charge began with an introductory video with the History students of Class 12
followed by an interactive session by one of the renowned Professor of Cotton
University- Dr. Manzil Hazarika ( Department of Archaeology).
This initiative highlights one crucial aspects about Royal Global school. We
might be at home but our spirit is free flowing, our mind is
without fear and our hearts are wide open.
Royal Global School wishes everyone a very Happy World Heritage Day.
The festival of lights - Diwali - witnessed the spreading of warmth and light. We at RGS spread a little happiness along with it at the helping hand old age home.
On 14th November, 2020 Ashmit Chakraborty, a student of Class 9B along with his parents accompanied the class teacher, Pooja Bhattacharjee to Helping Hand Old Age Home to spread happiness among the neglected old people. Both Diwali as well as Children’s Day was celebrated with them. It was a part of Project- Sahara. The event was marked by interaction with the inmates of the old age home and also by distributing gift and commodities of basic needs. Due to the ongoing pandemic all the students of the class could not visit but everyone definitely contributed for this good cause. It was great to see the encouragement from the parents end too. The time turned out to be fruitful and happy.
The students promised to be with them always and be their sahara!
RGS #1 in EducationWorld India School Rankings 2020-21
The Education world India ranking for schools which is based on 14 parameters of education excellence like Academic Reputation, Competence of Faculty, Individual Attention to Students, Leadership/Management Quality, Curriculum and pedagogy (digital readiness), Co-curricular Education, Safety and Hygiene, Internationalism Parental Involvement, Teacher Welfare and Development, Value for Money and the likes; recognises schools which have gone that extra mile to create a holistic academic ecosystem.
It is a matter of great pride for us that since the past few years, Royal Global School has been consistently at Rank 1 in the whole of Guwahati and Assam, as the no.1 co-ed day cum boarding school.
Investiture Ceremony 2020-21
RGS Investiture Ceremony took place in the C PLAZA of the school on 9th December 2020. The prefect council which was elected in the month of May was presented the prestigious sash, badge and the house flags by Principal Anubha Goyal Ma'am, and the House mistresses. The event started with the rendition of an all faith prayer and a dance performance by Arisha Sheikh. Head of School Anubha Goyal Ma'am spoke on the occasion followed by the speeches of the Head boy and the Head girl.
A session on"Sensitisation and awareness of Learning Disability in the early years"
A session on"Sensitisation and awareness of Learning Disability in the early years" by Dr Bani Chakravarty was held at C Plaza, Royal Global School under the afternoon sun on the 16th of December. Teachers from Nursery to class 7 attended the session and were made aware of the varied aspects of the learning disabilities in the early childhood years by Dr. Chakravarty.
Guwahati Speed Skating Competition
Guwahati Speed Skating Competition was held at Dispur Skating Rink, Rudra Singha Sports Complex, Dispur, Guwahati on 27th December, 2020. The event was organised by Assam Roller Skating Association. Students of Royal Global School participated in the event and won laurels.
Arihant Kochar (Category: 14-17 Yrs) won the gold medal. Rupal Jain (Category: 7-9 Yrs) won the silver medal. Shlok Santhali (Category: U-5 Yrs) won a Bronze medal.
72nd Republic Day celebration at Royal Global School
26th Jan 2020 - With freedom in our minds, purity in our blood, pride in our soul and zeal in our hearts, we at Royal Global School celebrated the 72nd Republic Day. The celebrations began with hoisting of the Tricolour by our esteemed Chief Guests for the Occasion – Hon’ble Chairman, Dr. A.K Pansari, Hon’ble Vice-Chairman, Sri A.K Modi, Hon’ble Vice Chancellor Prof. (Dr.) S.P Singh which was followed by the National Anthem.
The School Parade headed by our student Gazala Fida Sabbir had three contingents comprising of Students of Class XI, the School Cabinet and the School Band Group who displayed a flawless March Past. Mrs. Anubha Goyal, Principal, addressed the august gathering with a speech wherein she spoke on exhibiting courage and strength in the face of challenges and emerge even stronger than before. There were soulful song rendition and dance performances by our talented students wherein they paid their respect to all the frontline COVID warriors for their tireless efforts during the pandemic. The programme ended with a speech by Hon’ble Vice Chancellor, RGU– Prof. (Dr.) S.P Singh.
Dressed in the colours of the Tricolour, adorned with Caps, the atmosphere in the school campus was at its vibrant best and a feeling of positivity and patriotism could be sensed all around the campus.
The REX Karmaveer Global Fellowship (RKGF) and Karmaveer Chakra awards
The REX Karmaveer Global Fellowship (RKGF) and Karmaveer Chakra awards acknowledge people from across sectors who are making a positive contribution for impacting and creating positive change in our world, by changing mindsets positively. Our simple but compelling mantra is “ I change to change the world ”.
We are proud to state that *Aiyushman Sameer Gogoi, a student of class 11 Royal Global School* is the founder of an NGO named *Obhimot*. It is a non-profit Youth Organisation which aims to help and reform today’s society. It seeks to bring about change not big or small but an actual change.
Their main programs have been the distribution program where they distribute food and clothes. The NGO has also donated in the Chief Minister COVID-19 fund.
This year their contribution was recognised by United Nation and REX India and the NGO received the Youth Karamveer Chakra award 2020-2021.
Yati Agarwal and Mayra Rajbongshi secured the 1st and 2nd position respectively at the Guwahati Open Rapid Chess Championship
Congratulations to Yati Agarwal for securing first position in Under 9 category and overall 17th position in the Open section among 99 players that participated in the Guwahati Open Rapid Chess Championship. We also congratulate Ritisha Mayra Rajbonshi for securing 2nd position in Under 9 girls category in the same event!
Graduation Ceremony 2021
Every beginning has an end and every end has a new beginning’
Royal Global School today bid adieu to its senior most class with a lot of fervor at the school auditorium. The programme commenced with the State Anthem followed by walk in of Principal with ‘The Lamp of Continuity’ along with the Head Boy and Head Girl. Shri B. Kalyan Chakravarthy, IAS, Principal Secretary, Elementary and Secondary Education, Government of Assam graced the occasion as the Chief Guest. The Chairman, Principal, Executive Vice President and other dignitaries lit the ceremonial lamp to the accompaniment of an invocation to begin the ceremony. The All Faith Prayer was sung by the students and it indeed created a pious atmosphere inside the auditorium. The programme consisted of speeches and also witnessed a spate of dance and songs by the students.
The programme concluded with handing over ‘The Lamp of Continuity’ wherein the Head Boy and the Head Girl of the school handed over their mantle of responsibility to the newly appointed Head Boy and Head Girl of Class XI, who assumed it with great humility and sincerity. The gathering also paid their homage to the Nation with the National Anthem.
Aditi Todi and Jayashish Debnath won medals at the 30th All Assam Gymnastics championship
Royal Global School is proud to announce Aditi Todi won medals in all the four events in 30th All Assam Gymnastics championship concluded today at Nagaon.
1. Balancing Beam - Gold medal
2. Floor Exercise- Gold medal
3. Uneven bar - silver medal
4. Vaulting - Bronze medal
We are very happy to share that Jayashish Debnath of grade V B has got a silver medal in Vaulting table in Inter district gymnastics championship which was held at Nagaon on 13th Feb 21.
Saraswati Puja at Royal Global School
On this auspicious day of Vasant Panchami, Royal Global School celebrated Saraswati Puja in the school campus. The school was beautifully decorated with flowers and garlands and Saraswati Vandana was played in the background which created a pious and divine atmosphere. The puja was attended by members of the Management, Students, Parents, Teachers and Staff Members of the school. The puja ended with distribution of Khichdi prashad to all.
Royal Global School has started a series of workshops to understand, imbibe and implement the New Education Policy 2020. Under this initiative the teachers of RGS are required to conduct workshops for their fellow teachers and in this way the NEP 2020 would be thoroughly understood.
On the 27th of February 2021, the first session was conducted by the senior Mathematics teachers, Subrato Goswami and Akhil Goswami wherein they highlighted the integration of arts in teaching Maths.
"Teachers should not only be efficient but also effective with their teaching".
To align the teaching process with the NEP 2020, and to make it effective, workshops are being conducted so that teachers can keep themselves updated with the modern practices and methodology.
The morning of 6th March 2021, Saturday, started with an interesting session on ‘Communication‘ by Faculty of English Department and Mentor, Mr. Sattyakee D'com Bhuyan wherein he highlighted various ways of communicating effectively with the most important tool of communication - the Voice, its modulation, its maintenance, range etc. He winded his session on a melodious note by pulling the strings of the guitar.
The second session was conducted by another faculty of English Department, Ms. Mandakini Dasgupta whose topic of discussion was ‘Culture'. Her session was an interesting and an interactive one focusing on the role of micro cultures, its importance and how it contributes to the culture of the organization as a whole.
The Saturday workshop ended on a happy note with Principal Anubha Goyal Ma’am giving the teachers a dose of motivation by reading out a short story from her Pandora’s box.
International Women’s Day
International Women’s Day was celebrated with much glitz and glamour at Royal Global School on 8th of March 2021. It was a lovely gesture by the male employees wherein they put up a beautiful surprise for all their female counterparts. The programme was graced by Ms. Sikha Modi Pansari from the Management and it commenced with cutting of a cake by Principal Mrs. Anubha Goyal. The programme witnessed a plethora of songs, flute instrumental, live painting and recitation by the male teachers of the school. The female employees of the school including all Teachers, Admin, Aayas, Housekeeping staff, Nurse, Resident attendant, Security etc. were treated with a delicious platter and the females were all decked up in hues of purple and yellow keeping in mind the color code given by United Nations for the occasion.
UKG Graduation Day
The graduation ceremony of the tiny tots of UKG was held on 10th March 2021 in online mode. The programme was hosted by Ms. Dikshya Das, faculty of Pre-primary and commenced with a welcome address by Ms. Madonna Sangma, class teacher of UKG. The students of UKG displayed their vast array of talent through various song and dance performances. The students also shared their experiences in the school and the parents too spoke on theirs and thanked the teachers for their immense contribution and for being so patient during the online classes. A video was played wherein different pictures and moods of the UKG students, the various activities that they undertook and performed etc. were showcased and it indeed took them down the memory lane. Principal Ma'am in her speech spoke on how children could have a stronger foundation if both the school and home worked together. She also thanked the parents for all their support and cooperation without which the school could not have gone ahead with the online mode of teaching and learning. The programme concluded with a vote of thanks by Ms. Madhuchhanda Bordoloi, class teacher of LKG.
First assembly of class XII batch 2021-22
The first assembly of the new batch of grade XII was held at the C Plaza on Thursday 18th March 2021. The assembly was conducted by the students of grade XII. Principal Mrs. Anubha Goyal addressed the new batch and welcomed them. She also spoke on the dire need for students to inculcate values of discipline, gratitude, kindness and respect in order to become good human beings and responsible citizens of this country.
Seminar on ‘Innovations in Technology for Strengthening Access to Equitable Healthcare in Post-COVID Assam"
The Global Shapers Guwahati Hub which is a part of the Global Shapers Community, an initiative of the World Economic Forum held a seminar on ‘Innovations in Technology for Strengthening Access to Equitable Healthcare in Post-COVID Assam" on 20th March 2021 at Hotel Palacio.Three students of Grade XII, Aiushmaan Sameer Gogoi, Aditya Rathi and Ronak Choudhury of Royal Global School accompanied by Mrs. Seema Barooah, Dean of Academics attended the seminar which was graced by eminent personalities like Dr. Ravi Kannan R, Recipient of Padma Shri 2020, Dr. Navanil Baruah, Director of GNRC, Mr. Hardeep Singh, GM of Piramal Swasthya, Dr. Dipankar Bandyopadyay, Head of Center for Nanotechnology at IIT Guwahati, Dr. Rahul Sarmah, Specialist at State HQ, National Health Mission Assam and Ms. Pomi Baruah, ACS officer to name a few. The session started with the welcome address by Mr. Siddarth Sharma, Curator, Global Shapers Guwahati Hub followed by a panel discussion on Innovations in technology for the underserved communities and was followed by lunch.
Post lunch, the panel discussion was on "Scope of technology in strengthening equitable access for specialized care in Assam".
The students actively participated in the session and definitely there were quite a lot of takeaways for them from the session.
The session ended with a vote of thanks delivered by Ms. Rhea Hussain, Vice-Curator, Global Shapers Guwahati Hub.
The Orientation Programme for the new students & parents was held on 24th March 2021 wherein they were apprised by Mr. Ashok Talukdar, Head of Sports and Mr. Sattyakee D’Com Bhuyan, Dean of Activities about the various activities offered by the school. Ms. Meenakshi Borthakur and Ms. Loya Agarwala, school Counselors also addressed the gathering and spoke on varied issues on child development and the way to tackle them. Principal, Mrs. Anubha Goyal welcomed the new students and parents and spoke on discipline, punctuality, grooming, courtesy and manners and how these core values are important for a child to be a responsible and good human being.
Workshops act as a guide for the upliftment of teachers and thus Royal Global School organized two workshops for all its teachers on 25th March 2021. These workshops were conducted by the school Counselor's, Ms. Meenakshi Barthakur and Ms. Loya Agarwala. The first session was on "Understanding Child Behaviour & Orientation on Learning Disabilities" by Ms. Meenakshi Barthakur, followed by the second session by Ms. Loya Agarwala on "Self-development (Bringing out the leader in you)".
World Book Day
Royal Global School celebrated World Book Day on 23rd April to celebrate books and authors and encourage young students to discover the pleasure of reading.
The pre- primary and primary students made wonderful bookmarks and dressed up as their favourite book characters.
Children also recited their favourite stories with zeal and enthusiasm.
Stay Safe and Keep Reading!
Intersection Declamation competition
On 21.05.2021 we at RGS had an Intersection Declamation competition for the students of Grades IV and V. The students had the liberty of declaming either in English, Hindi or any other regional languages.
The oratory skills of the students came to the forefront as the budding orators captivated the audience with their engaging speeches. It did take the audience back to memory lane listening to all the motivated speakers delivering their speeches.
Show and Tell Competition
The online classes did not limit the students of RGS to express themselves and explore their talents. The students of Grade 2 got the opportunity to display their wit and confidence through various competitions held on the online platform.
"Show and Tell Competition" was held on 19th May 2021(Wednesday) for Group A of Grade 2s where the children participated with great enthusiasm. The students were asked to speak on an object picked for them on the spot. The students greatly impressed the judges Mrs Neetu Agarwal and Mrs Amrita Modi Chakraborty with their confidence and presence of mind. It was a wonderful experience for all the participants.
“There was never a night or a problem that could defeat sunrise or hope.” – Bernard Williams
Hope is a powerful thing. It inspires us to do the impossible and helps us carry on during difficult times. Hope can come in many different shapes and forms. It may be through our favourite music, or a good book, or even by listening to our favourite thought leaders.
Keeping this in mind, the students of class VIII, Royal Global School Guwahati, as a part of their Speaking Skills Activity, took the initiative of spreading messages of hope and courage in order to overcome the present crisis and motivate their well wishers by spreading positivity all around.
Show and Tell
Presence of mind, wit and good language skills are the three very important qualities needed by each and every one of us in today’s world to be successful in any profession.
Keeping this in mind and to provide our children an opportunity to hone these skills from a very young age, Royal Global School organised an online inter-section ‘Show and Tell’ competition on the 26th of May, 2021 for the Second graders of the school where each participant was instructed to pick out one object from their home environment and speak on it.
The children participated with great enthusiasm and it was exciting for everyone present including our esteemed judges, Mrs. Simran Agarwalla and Mrs. Neha Siotia, to see each participant rush to get the items and find appropriate words to talk about them. The event was a great success mainly due to the support of all the parents in these difficult and challenging times.
Best Out of Waste Competition
Making the best out of waste has been a part of human life since the early ages. It was the human creative mind that gave birth to this extraordinary idea of using unwanted material in a useful way. In today’s world recycling has a very important place. So, keeping this in mind, in the second round of online intersection competition the Group C of the 2nd graders had a ‘Best Out of Waste Competition’ on 26th May 2021, Wednesday. The criteria of the competition were presentation, use of material, innovation and overall effect. The event displayed the creativity of the little ones and also helped them to realise the importance of recycling and reusing waste materials. Our esteemed judges Mrs.Ankita Agarwal and Mrs.Priyanka Jain appreciated the kids for their ability to think and organise their thoughts to create such beautiful items.
RGS IPL Auction
The students of Royal Global School organised a mock IPL Auction on 23rd May, 2021. The auction specifically aimed at building and improving financial management and planning skills, in a student friendly way, as the participants had to build a well balanced team, keeping in mind the budget they had been allotted. It also helped the students build their cricket analytic.
The auction began with addresses from the principal of Royal Global School, Mrs Anubha Goyal followed by the Head of Sports, Mr Ashok Talukdar. Altogether, 30 students had participated in the auction. Two auctioning sessions were followed by a trade and press release session, exclusively organised to improve the participants’ paperwork.
The Organizing Committee consisted of Swayam Agarwal, head of Auctioning, Dev Tiwari, head of Public Relations, Ansh Goenka, head of Data Management and Ranveer Bhura, head of IT.