The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members.
Based on this notion, we facilitate student learning and development to become the agents of change in today's transformative social movement within the community. Community service projects designed to learn from and learn for their community helps students to engage in activities based on experiential learning that consists of a series of learning projects to achieve social cohesion and holistic community building.
Compassion and empathy are pivots of a progressive society. Sensitising students to the needs of the underprivileged section we encourage them to offer selfless community service. To bridge the existing gap our school has been lending a hand to the children of SETU, a school for the under privileged located at Nithari, Noida. Students and teachers of Mayoor visit SETU School fortnightly to conduct activity based teaching in various subjects. Mayoor teachers conducted Biology, Physics and Chemistry practicals for class IX students of SETU .
Mayoor Interact club organises Elocution Competition
Eloquence is the power to translate a truth into language perfectly intelligible to the person to whom you speak.
~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
The Interact Club of Mayoor School, Noida in collaboration with Rotary Club, Noida City organized an virtual Elocution competition on the topic, Service Before Self, on 3 September 2021 for the students of classes of X and XI providing them a platform to showcase their oratory skills. The special guests, Rotarian Ms Rachna Singh, Chairperson, Rotary Club, Noida City and Rotarian Mr Sanchit Khanna, President, Rotary Club, Noida City graced the occasion and motivated the students with their benign presence.
The event commenced with the welcoming of the esteemed guests which was followed by an inspiring address by Ms. Singh, wherein she applauded the Mayoor Interactors for spreading the values of sharing and caring among the students and wished good luck to all the participants. Accentuating the theme of the competition which is also the motto of Interact Club, Ms. Singh, extended a heartfelt appreciation to the Mayoor Interactors for the amazing initiative of creating benevolence and hope through this activity.
All the contestants participated with great zeal and enthusiasm and the poise, self-confidence and praiseworthy articulation delivered by the speakers with conviction, made the event a great success. It was indeed astounding to see students express their thoughts, insights, and intents guided by humane values in their deliverances. Abhiraj Sengupta of XI A bagged the first position while Jash Jani of XI E was declared the first runner-up. Mannat Trikha of X B and Mishthi Rastogi of X A shared the third position in this fiercely fought competition.
Applauding all the contestants for exhibiting perfect nuances and finer points that go into making a speech articulate and thought-provoking, judges motivated the students with words of encouragement and advice. The competition concluded with the Vote of Thanks proposed by one of the members of the Interact Club.
Principal, Ms Alka Awasthi thanked Ms Rachna Singh for her constant co-operation and support in the smooth functioning of Mayoor Interact Club and congratulated all the enthusiastic speakers for partaking in this event and kindling the flame of altruism among youngsters during these trying times.
Mayoor Interact Club hosts Poster Making Competition
Art has the power to transform, illuminate and inspire young minds to paint the canvas of their life with brimming colours.
To generate positivity amidst unprecedented times of uncertainty and hardships we are facing, Mayoor Interact Club, in collaboration with Rotary Club, Noida City organized a Poster Making Competition on the topic, Positivity during Pandemic, for the young artists of Classes VI-VII on 5 August 2021.
Special guests, Rotarian Ms Rachna Singh, Chairperson, Rotary Club, Noida City and Rotarian Mr Sanchit Khanna, President, Rotary Club, Noida City graced the occasion with their benign presence and extended a heartfelt appreciation to the Mayoor Interactors for the amazing initiative of creating hope and optimism through this engaging event.
Recounting the predicament pervading our lives in the wake of the pandemic, Ms Singh in her address, accentuated the need of remaining positive and spreading the message of harmony and hope to cope with the vicissitudes surrounding us. Being greatly impressed by the creative efforts of the young Mayoorians, she applauded and encouraged them immensely.
The competition which was conducted on the digital platform, witnessed 65 creative minds unleash their imagination and ingenuity to overcome the dismal environs with positive presentations. In category A, Avneey Rawat of VI-I bagged the first position and the second and third positions were secured by Sumaiya Fatima of VI-A and Ridhisha Jain of VI-D respectively for their commendable efforts. In category B, Anjani Singh Rathode of VII-D was adjudged as the winner for her astounding oeuvre. Adya Raj of VII F and Aleena Khan of VII E were declared as the first and the second runners-up for their spectacular creations.
Principal, Ms Alka Awasthi thanked Ms Rachna Singh for her constant co-operation and support in the smooth functioning of Mayoor Interact Club and congratulated all the enthusiastic artists for partaking in this initiative and igniting the flame of hope and positivity.
Mayoor Interact Club Organises Tree Plantation Drive
Planting a tree is the easiest way to align yourself with the cosmic rhythm.
Trees which are an essential life-giving source are a crucial factor in our existence and the sustainability of the environment. Yet, the lungs of our land are getting depleted in the world, causing major concerns and the problem of global warming. It is extremely vital to understand the role of trees in our lives and how their absence can affect the existence of humanity itself.
In an endeavour to safeguard the biodiversity of the ecosystem, Mayoor Interact Club, in collaboration with Rotary Club, Noida organised a tree plantation drive on 28 June 2021. The student members of the club enthusiastically partook in the drive by planting saplings in their immediate environs while observing strict adherence to COVID-19 protocols. This initiative not only added greenery and scenic beauty to the surroundings but also generated responsibility and sensitization towards mother Nature among the students. With this act, the keen green warriors proved that when the entire mankind is limping back to its feet, planting trees is one of the most important way to help stave off the effects of climate change post the global pandemic.
Expounding the motto of Rotary Interact, Service Above Self, Ms Rachna Singh, President Rotary Club applauded the Mayoorians for the noble deed, and echoed the importance of planting trees for a greener and healthier planet.
Principal, Ms Alka Awasthi extended her heartfelt appreciation to the Mayoor Interactors for exhibiting unconditional compassion towards the environment during these trying times and underlined the paramount necessity of trees for the future of our planet.
Applauding the commendable courage and concern displayed by the young saviours of the planet towards the sustenance of the biosphere, Vice Principal Ms Sunita Dahiya reiterated the relevance of trees for improving our physical and mental well-being.
Mayoor Interact Club Organises Elocution Competition
Eloquence is the power to translate a truth into language perfectly intelligible to the person to whom you speak.~ Ralph Waldo EmersonGandhi
The Interact Club of Mayoor School, Noida organized an elocution competition on the topic, Covid 19- A Learning Curve on 12 December 2020 for the students of classes IX and Xproviding them a platform to showcase their oratory skills. The special guest of the day, Rotarian, Ms. Rachna Singh, President of Rotary Club, Noida City, graced the occasion and motivated everyone with her benign presence.
The event commenced with the welcoming of the esteemed guest and other dignitaries which was followed by an inspiring speech by the Principal, Ms. Alka Awasthi, wherein she reiterated that Mayoor Interact Club is an initiative to inculcate the values of generosity, sharing and caring among the youth and wished good luck to all the participants.
All the contestants participated with great zeal and enthusiasm and the poise, self-confidence and praiseworthy articulation delivered by the speakers with conviction, made the event a great success. It was indeed astounding to see students express their thoughts, insights, and humour in their deliverances.Tanvee Maheshwari of IX G bagged the first position while Avantika Chauhan of IX A and Bushra Razaq of IX D secured the second and the third positions respectively.
In her address, Ms. Singh emphasised on the motto of Interact Club, 'Service above Self' and applauded all the contestants who exhibited perfect nuances and finer points that go into making a speech interesting.
The competition culminated with a few words of encouragement and advice for improvement by the judges which was followed by the Vote of Thanks proposed by one of the members of the Interact Club.
Chains of Change - Campaigning for The Community
Inauguration of Mayoor Interact Club 2020-21-Mahatma Gandhi
The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others Mayoor School, Noida, was presented the official Charter Certificate, certifying the school's formal induction into the Interact Club, under the aegis of the prestigious International Rotary Club for the second consecutive year on 17 June 2020. The one-of-its-kind ceremony held using the online portal witnessed the presence of Rotarian Ms Rachna Singh, President of Rotary Club, Noida, other Rotarian guests, Principal, Ms Alka Awasthi, Vice Principal Ms Sunita Dahiya, mentor teachers and the newly appointed Interact Club Council Members and volunteers.
The event commenced with the introduction and welcoming of the esteemed Rotarians to the school. This was followed by an inspiring speech by the Principal wherein she encouraged students to actively participate in community service and reinforced that Mayoor Interact Club is an initiative to inculcate the values of generosity, sharing and caring and being sensitive towards the entire society as a whole. Emphasising on the motto of Interact Club, 'Service above Self', Ms Singh, President of Rotary Club presented the Charter and declared the newly appointed council members. Khushi Kalyan was announced as the new interact club President, Addiya Verma took over as the Vice-President, while Afreen Khan and Ajooni Kaur were declared as the Secretary and Joint-Secretary respectively. A short video featuring the activities carried out by the Mayoorians during this ongoing pandemic was presented.
The event concluded with the Vote of Thanks proposed by the Vice-Principal, paving the way to an activity-filled year of promising service.