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Akhil Bharati Rashtrabhasha Hindi Pratiyogita - Pariksha  Result 2016-17




Mahatma Gandhi Rashtrabhasha Hindi Prachar Sanstha had conducted Rashtrabhasha Pariksha on 29 July 2016.



274 students from Std. 1 to Std. 10 had enrolled for the same. Out of 274 students, 199 students scored First Class, 67 students scored second class & 3 students got consolation prize.



Five students received certificates & gold medals for best performance. Mrs. Bharati Bhagwani was awarded certificate & gold medal for Adarsh Pradhanacharya. Mrs A.K. Oberoi was awarded certificate & gold medal for Adarsh Rashtrabhasha Shikshak.











In life what counts is not the length but the performance. Performance surpasses competition when you approach it with the right attitude.  This attitude being dynamic is recreated and redefined every time the GGIANS compete and bring laurels to the school. A triad named GGIS Champs represented GG International School at World Robotic Olympiad 2016 for the elementary level competition and emerged victorious. They competed at the regional level competitions held in Mumbai on the 24th and 25th of September and have successfully qualified for the Nationals which would be held in Kolkata on the 22nd and 23rd of October. The jubilant GGIS Champs were Maan Pandya ( VII C) , Parth Nair (VII C) and Aayush Somwanshi (VII B).Even before the victory could sink into them, they have started with the preparations for the next round. This is ATTITUDE.







Hindi Competition Held at B K Birla School


Hindi Sangam was organized by B K Birla Memorial School on 18th July’16 in which three students from G G International School participated and achieved first and second positions. Out of them Anushka Mendsure of class VIII C participated in “Veer Ras’’ Poem Recitation competition. Anushka with her captivating voice was able to secure the first position.



On the other hand, Lakshya Tandon and Amritsawan Bhanja of class X C as a team participated in the ‘’Vad-Vivaad’’ competition and with their good debating and speaking skills were able to ensure second position. Lakshya recited a poem ex tempo. The debate revolved around ‘Is the Foreign Tradition a danger for the Indian Tradition’ for the first round and ‘Should comments be banned in social media’ for the second.



Report on Inter School Debate Competition



A good head and good heart are always a formidable combination. But when you add to that a literate tongue or pen, then you have something very special.”                                                  ― Nelson Mandela



GGIS harbours an environment that ensures the development of a student in a congenial atmosphere which gives them avenues to bloom and flourish. This opportunity was again extended to the student fraternity when an invitation for an Inter school Debate competition was received by the school. On 26th July 2016 Niharika and Ishan Pandey accompanied by Ms. Shilpa Kale to Sanskriti School, the host for the event. The school, surrounded by hills, was a welcome sight.




The topic of the first round of debate was ‘Advertising creates artificial needs.’ A total of eight schools reported as contenders and two rooms allotted for the competition. Niharika spoke against the motion while Ishan spoke for the motion. The judges were very keen observer and great listeners as well.





After the debate ended, the judges addressed the students in a feedback session.  Two schools speaking for and two against, qualified, GGIS being one of them. The topic for the next round was announced on the spot with access to resources like libraries and the IT lab.   Before starting the research work the judges addressed the participants and gave them some tips. The topic of the second round was, ‘Too much attention and money is given to Indian cricketers.’ Ishan spoke against the motion while Niharika spoke for the motion. They enjoyed the proceedings of listening and questioning.




The debate ended and the judges submitted their verdict and addressed the participants once again. The results were announced and GGIS won the silver medal.


The Principal Mrs. Bharti Bhagwani, congratulated the team and the effort put up by them. She also hoped that the students continue receiving such accolades in the future as well. 







Winning and achieving have become an inseparable parts of the GGIS fraternity. The school believes in the notion ‘Winners don’t do different things, they do it differently’.

This was recognised by Times of India when Shambhavi Sabahit of class X was conferred with the title- Student of the Year. The organisers were impressed by her multi dimensional personality and the plethora of activities she has been involved in. Most of these activities were school based and talk volumes about the numerous scholastic and co-scholastic activities conducted in school for the multi faceted development of all students.

The Principal Mrs. Bharti Bhagwani congratulated Shambhavi on her success and hoped that more GGians excel in such competitions.