Archives – tGELF 2015-16

The Global Education and Leadership Foundation (tGELF) is a program initiative of The Nand and Jeet Khemka Foundation whose vision is to nurture young ethical leaders who will be future agents of change. A few students of our school were part of Harmony 2015, an annual tGELF endeavour to identify talent from across the country. Harmony holds regional level interschool competitions in 8 regions. Our students were also part of Youth Leader 2015, a tGELF initiative to recognize exceptional leadership skills in school students and honour them for their outstanding contribution to society.

Harmony 2015

Regional Round on September 2, 2015

Harmony 2015 is an annual school level international event held by The Global Education and Leadership Foundation (tGELF). It brings together students for a series of competitions and workshops. The Regional Finals were held on September 2, 2015 at Padma Seshadri Bala Bhavan  in K K Nagar, Chennai. Our students participated and won prizes in the following events.

First Place in Sense, Reason and Intellect – The Debate Competition

The participants were Siddharth Sridhar, Harsh Yadav, Meera Vijay and Roshan Sreekanth, all students of Class X

Harsh Yadav was also awarded the Best Speaker Award

Second Place in Mind Games – the Chess Competition 

Vishwa Ramesh kumar and Rahul Karur of Class IX won the second place in the chess competition

The winners will be participating in the Harmony Nationals to be held in Gurgaon on November 28 and 29, 2015.

National Round on November 28 and 29, 2015

Seven students from our school participated in the Harmony National Level competitions held in Gurgaon at the Scottish High International School. Harsh Yadav, Siddharth Sridhar, Meera Vijay and Roshan Sreekanth were part of the debate team, Vishwa Rameshkumar and Rahul Karur formed the chess team while Krithiyaa.S participated in the Art event.

Youth Leader 2015

The Youth Leader competition is a tGELF initiative to recognize exceptional leadership skill in school students as well as honour them for their outstanding contribution to society. It is a 6 month student engagement programme to identify exceptional talent with emphasis on ethical, altruistic and action-oriented leadership.

Our students Rakhitha Arun(Grade 11) and Dhanush Vigneswar(Grade 9) were successful in completing Stage 1- Initiate and Stage 2 – Ideate. They also sent in their entry for Stage 3 – Incorporate.

Their project, titled ‘Feathered Friends’ was an attempt to create a sustainable environment for the birds in their community.

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