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    Students of class IX actively participated in the 'No Honking and Anti-Pollution' campaign to raise awareness in front of the school near the Hungerford Street area on every working day between 7:20 a.m. and 8:00 a.m.

    The Department of Geography organised a trip to the Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Port, erstwhile Kolkata Port, for the students of class X. Segmented in three days on 7th, 13th and 19th September, 40 students accompanied by two teachers-in-charge were a part of the trip each day.

    On 23rd September, 28 students from classes IX and X, accompanied by the teachers of the Humanities department and Ms. Renu Bubna, the co-ordinator, went for an educational field trip to Raj Bhawan. This heritage tour was organised in collaboration with the Indian Museum and as a step in the direction to transform it into Jana Raj Bhawan, it was only the second time in the history of independent India that Raj Bhawan was open to the public, the first being only for a day on 15th August, 1947.

    Kushaldeep Singh of Class X A participated in an inter-school Sanskrit competition organised by Sikar Nagarik Parishad and Sikar Jila Welfare Trust on 23rd August at Rabindra Bharati University, Jorashanko. Birla High School was amongst the top 6 schools in the competition and the boys received a Trophy on behalf of the school. Kushaldeep Singh was selected in the third round for his explanation of Rammahima Bakhan and was given a Pen Drive, Certificate and ₹500/-.

    Aarav Kumar, Kshrugal Bhattacharjee, Arya Bhattacharya, Shreyas Panda, of class X took part in the Tenth Edition of The Heritage School Model United Nations in the Iran-Iraq Peace Talks Committee, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime and United Nations Security Council sessions on 31st July and 1st August at The Heritage School.

    The finale of the Inter House IT competition for classes VI to X was held on 09th December,2022.   Classes VI to VIII were divided into six groups, each comprising three students from three different  classes. The topic was designing a poster on  ‘Azadi Ki Amrit Mahatsov’ . The winner was Gandhi House.  Classes IX & X were expected to create a webpage using Java Script, CSS, Flash, GIMP, etc. They were divided into 6 groups of two students each from different classes.Their topic was ‘Robot - Pros & Cons’. The winner was Shivaji House

    Inter-House Elocution Competition of classes IX-X for the session 2022-2023 was held on 4th November. Boys of Ashok House, Gandhi House, Netaji House, Pratap House, Shivaji House and Tagore House performed in English followed by Hindi and Bengali languages. Teachers were invited from junior and senior sections of the school to judge the event. The Principal handed over a token of appreciation to the judges. The achievements of the winners were appreciated with chocolates. Rohan Kumar of class X from Pratap House bagged the first position.


    The Inter-House Quiz Competition 2022 was conducted on 10 th August’22 in the school AVR amongst the six different houses of the school. The first phase comprised classes VI - VIII, there were 3 participants from each house. Ashok house was the winner with 120 points and Best Quizzer was Syamantak Banerjee.


    The Inter House Debate competition for classes VI-VIII was held on the 27 of July 2022 at the School AVR. The Judges panel comprised Ms. Sumita Acharya, Ms. Indrani Banerjee and Mr. Mario Joseph. Participants from all the six houses spoke either for or against the topic which read, “The House believes that children under 14 should not be allowed on social media sites”. The session was moderated by Mr. Pushkar Pandey, an ex- pupil of Birla High school. After a strong battle of words, the judges unanimously decided to award Arman Gangwal, class 8, Pratap House, as the Best Speaker. Kushgra Roy, class 6, Netaji House, was awarded the Best Floor speaker. The Best Team prize was awarded to Pratap House, the members were Arman Gangwal, Nilesh Ghosh and Ali Asgar Kapadia. Certificates of Participation were handed over to all the debaters.

    The virtual Inter House Debate was held on Saturday, 26th June, 2021. The topic for the debate was ‘Medical Science has failed humanity in the Covid-19 Pandemic.The best Q panelist was awarded to Udit Arun Nath while the best team went to Pushkar Pandey and Nakshat Pandey of Shivaji House. The Best Speaker award was given to Nakshat Pandey of Shivaji House.

    Inter House Quiz Competition- August 2020

    The Inter House Quiz was organised on August 15th  2020 . Somnath Chandra was the Quiz Master . Ashok House represented by Ram Daftari , Siddharth Gupta ( class IX)  and Mitansh Agarwal of (Class VIII) emerged winners and Aarav Kumar of Class VII won the best quizzer award.

    Theme Of the Quiz: India

    The Inter House Quiz was a unique Virtual Quiz. It was very interesting and enjoyed by the participants and viewers. It was telecasted live on Facebook. 




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Mrs. Loveleen Saigal

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