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  • Ravi House Show 2022
  • Ravi House Show 2022
  • Ravi House Show 2022
  • Ravi House Show 2022
  • Ravi House Show 2022
  • Ravi House Show 2022
  • Ravi House Show 2022
  • Ravi House Show 2022
  • Ravi House Show 2022
  • Ravi House Show 2022
  • Ravi House Show 2022
  • Ravi House Show 2022
  • Ravi House Show 2022
  • Ravi House Show 2022
  • Ravi House Show 2022
  • Ravi House Show 2022
  • Ravi House Show 2022
  • Ravi House Show 2022
  • Ravi House Show 2022
  • Ravi House Show 2022

Ravi House organised the cultural evening on May 29, 2022. It was themed “Rainbow of Diversity”. Welcome Song “Blowing in the wind” by Bob Dylan set the tone for the evening. The English Play “A Marriage Proposal” by Anton Chekhov made the audience burst into peals of laughter. The semi-classical dance showcased the richness of Indian culture. The mime conveyed the message of unity in diversity. Western Dance infused new life into the show. “Lovely” (Billie Eilish & Khalid) by Lakshjeet Singh mesmerized everyone. Giddha was an instant hit with the audience given girls sang boliyans in real-time. Finally, the electrifying Bhangra brought the curtain down on one of the most exquisite cultural evenings.

Speaking on the occasion, Headmaster Mr Ajay Singh complimented the house staff for putting up an excellent show. He expressed his gratitude to the parents for turning up in huge numbers to see their wards perform on stage. He cut the farewell cake as well in honour of his next assignment at The Scindia School, Gwalior. Deputy Headmaster Dr Gurvinder Kaur, Head Junior Wing Ms Ruby Verma and the staff were present.

    • Exhibition
    • Exhibition
    • Exhibition
    • Exhibition
    • Exhibition
    • Exhibition
    • Exhibition
    • Exhibition
    • Exhibition
    • Exhibition
    • Exhibition
    • Exhibition
    • Exhibition
    • Exhibition
    • Exhibition

    To create the awareness about sustainable water management and to promote and propagate the concepts and technologies of development, conservation and management of water resources, an Exhibition was put up in Miss Malkani Hall on May 27th ,2022  by Cambridge students of Class VII.Students provided detailed information regarding sustainable water conservation as well as current scenario in today's world through their different models based on Water Purification, Roof top harvesting, Water Dam Technology etc. This exhibition was formally inaugurated by the Headmaster, Mr. Ajay Singh in the presence of the Head Jr. Wing, Mrs. Ruby Verma, Coordinator Cambridge, Mr. Abhishek Singh, staff and students of the Jr. School. Each model was based on the theme of Saving Water, the future prospective in area of water use as well as current condition of water with respect to water demand, scarcity etc. The Young Nabhaites learned about the proper use of water in day -to- day life, water harvesting in domestic use, reduce the wastage of water, some techniques to save the water etc. The Headmaster praised the efforts put by students and encouraged them to save every drop of water.

      • Torch Badge Ceremony- (Junior School)
      • Torch Badge Ceremony- (Junior School)
      • Torch Badge Ceremony- (Junior School)
      • Torch Badge Ceremony- (Junior School)
      • Torch Badge Ceremony- (Junior School)
      • Torch Badge Ceremony- (Junior School)
      • Torch Badge Ceremony- (Junior School)
      • Torch Badge Ceremony- (Junior School)

      Today's morning was marked with lot of excitement for the Torch bearers who were honoured for their excellent performance in academics by the Headmaster, Mr Ajay Singh.These badges were given to 32 students, who scored 90 per cent and above in the Annual Examination (2021-22). Speaking on the occasion, the Headmaster, Mr Ajay Singh complimented and inspired the students to keep working hard to keep the school moto,Onward and Upward high.

        • Jumna House Show 2022
        • Jumna House Show 2022
        • Jumna House Show 2022
        • Jumna House Show 2022
        • Jumna House Show 2022
        • Jumna House Show 2022
        • Jumna House Show 2022
        • Jumna House Show 2022
        • Jumna House Show 2022
        • Jumna House Show 2022
        • Jumna House Show 2022
        • Jumna House Show 2022
        • Jumna House Show 2022
        • Jumna House Show 2022
        • Jumna House Show 2022
        • Jumna House Show 2022
        • Jumna House Show 2022
        • Jumna House Show 2022
        • Jumna House Show 2022
        • Jumna House Show 2022

        Jumna House organised the cultural evening on May 21, 2022. It was themed “Paroxysms”. Welcome Song “Beautiful Sunday” by Daniel Boone set the tone for the evening. The English Play “The Refund” by Fritz Karinthy was an instant hit with the audience by its sheer hilarity. The mime gave a message on substance abuse. The Western Dance took the show to a different level altogether. Salsa added to the virtuoso performances. Folk dance depicted the rich culture of Kashmir, Manipur, Rajasthan and Tamil Nadu. The solo song (ghazal) Aaj jane ki zid na karo by Apoorva Singh was highly appreciated by the audience. Farida Khannum would definitely have envied Apoorva do this classic act. Finally, Giddha and Bhangra brought the curtain down on a high-voltage performance by Jumnites.

        Speaking on the occasion, Headmaster Mr Ajay Singh complimented the staff and students for an excellent show. Deputy Headmaster Dr Gurvinder Kaur, Head Junior Wing Ms Ruby Verma and the staff were present.

         

         

          • Beas House Show 2022
          • Beas House Show 2022
          • Beas House Show 2022
          • Beas House Show 2022
          • Beas House Show 2022
          • Beas House Show 2022
          • Beas House Show 2022
          • Beas House Show 2022
          • Beas House Show 2022
          • Beas House Show 2022
          • Beas House Show 2022
          • Beas House Show 2022
          • Beas House Show 2022
          • Beas House Show 2022
          • Beas House Show 2022

          Beas House organised the cultural evening on May 15, 2022. It was dedicated exclusively to celebrate the International Day of Families. Welcome Song “My child arrived just the other day” by Harry Chapin set the tone for the evening. The English Play “The Angel Intrudes” by Floyd Dell depicted an angel falling in love with an earthling and vanishing with her depriving Jimmy Pendleton of the love of his life. The Western Dance set the stage on fire. The mime bordered on restoring the family life to it pre-pandemic mode. It focused on mobile addiction which is the bane of the present generation. The folk dance was a fine fusion of Naga tribal, Bengali and Garwali culture. A solo song “Tujh se naraz nahi zindagi” by Parikalpana was the high point of the show. Giddha was quite innovative given the girls sang boliyans in real time. The stand-up comedy by Avreen brought out the quandary of a girl who is trying her level best to make sense of the education system. Finally, the vibrant Bhangra brought the curtain down on a high-voltage performance by Beasians.

          Speaking on the occasion, Headmaster Mr Ajay Singh expressed his gratitude to parents for turning up in huge numbers to see their wards perform on the stage. He was appreciative of the efforts put in by the house staff to make the show a grand success. Deputy Headmaster Dr Gurvinder Kaur, Head Junior Wing Ms Ruby Verma and the staff were present.

           

            • Sutlej House Show 2022
            • Sutlej House Show 2022
            • Sutlej House Show 2022
            • Sutlej House Show 2022
            • Sutlej House Show 2022
            • Sutlej House Show 2022
            • Sutlej House Show 2022
            • Sutlej House Show 2022
            • Sutlej House Show 2022
            • Sutlej House Show 2022
            • Sutlej House Show 2022
            • Sutlej House Show 2022
            • Sutlej House Show 2022
            • Sutlej House Show 2022
            • Sutlej House Show 2022
            • Sutlej House Show 2022
            • Sutlej House Show 2022
            • Sutlej House Show 2022
            • Sutlej House Show 2022
            • Sutlej House Show 2022
            • Sutlej House Show 2022
            • Sutlej House Show 2022

            Sutlej House organised the cultural evening on May 7, 2022. Welcome Song “Memories” by Maroon 5 set the tone for the evening. The English Play “The Play that Goes Wrong” was superbly executed. The pranks of the actors made the audience let out loud guffaws. A mime on the eve of “Mother’s Day” conveyed the message of selfless love of a mother worrying about her child. Western Dance and Salsa set the stage on fire. It was a visual delight to see students so perfect with their steps. Solo Song “Chunar” of ABCD 2 sung by Akshay Sharma was the most touching moment of the show. The semi-classical dance was yet another addition to the list of jaw-dropping performances. Chehac Kaur stunned everyone with her amazing talent of identifying things blindfolded. Finally, Giddha and Bhangra brought the curtain down on a delightful evening. Speaking on the occasion, Headmaster Mr Ajay Singh expressed his gratitude to parents for turning up in huge numbers to see their wards perform on the stage. He was appreciative of the efforts put in by the house staff to make the show a grand success. First Lady Ms Anamika Singh, Deputy Headmaster Dr Gurvinder Kaur and Head Junior Wing Ms Ruby Verma were present.

              "Children are unpredictable. You never know what inconsistency they are going to catch you in next.~ Henry Ward Beecher "