MAEER's

MIT PUNE's

VISHWASHANTI GURUKUL SCHOOL,
Solapur, (CBSE Affiliation number:1130597)

A linguist–language extravaganza Housewise competition

30th

Nov | 2019

MIT Vishwashanti Gurukul School, Solapur hosted “Literary fest” for English language lovers on 30th November 2019 which was aimed to explore the talent of students in this Global language. 

As a part of this fest, Interschool competition was arranged on Saturday 30th November 2019. Various activities were conducted to mark this event.

The students of Grade I & II had “Show and Tell’ Competition. The response of the tiny tots was extremely noteworthy! Many students came up and spoke freely and enchanted the teachers with their confidence and expressions. They freely expressed their views on their favourite things like Barbie Doll, Football, Favourite Toy, etc

A Competition of “Hear Me Out” was introduced for the first time i.e. story telling in a poetic way for Grade III to V std was organized. The students showed great creativity and enthusiastically came up with various stories and performed the same in melodious tunes.
 
A “Three Minute Solo” i.e Extempore speaking for Grade VI to VIII was organized. The students had to express their views in given time on the topic given to them in the form of proverbs at the very spot. Each participant were given 10 minutes to think and 3 minutes to express their views. 
 
A “Dumb Show – Mime” was liked by all the respected guests where the students had to speak through actions and bring awareness on social issues ie. Tree cutting , ban plastic etc . Students communicated their thoughts with impactful expressions and touched the hearts of the audience.

The Brand Builders Competition was arranged for Grade IX & X std students in which a product was given to each group of students and they had to build an advertisement and present it before the audience. The students came up with wonderful ideas which were indeed both creative and applicable. Products like lip balm, medicinal soap, hair oil were advertised and presented with great fluency and creativity keeping in mind the Content, Vocabulary, Fluency, and Confidence. The use of actions or gestures and overall presentation among students were all taken into consideration while allocating the marks by the panel of judges for all the competitions. The Principal, Mrs. Sangeeta Mehrotra herself guided students as well as teachers which was indeed worth mentioning. She encouraged the students to perform to the best of ability which was indeed motivating and inspiring. 

Overall the competitions held were successful and the students were extremely happy with their performances and ensured that they would strive to do better and surpass their own levels of expectations.