‘Festival of Democracy’ conducted to celebrate our Constitution at Study Hall College

Study Hall College and Bewajah organization jointly organized ‘Festival of Democracy’ on 11th April 2019 at the Study Hall College, Pipersand, Lucknow. It was an inter-school event in which more than 180 students participated.
Utpal Mishra, director of the study hall college, welcomed the students and said, “This event is not about competition, it’s all about celebration.” Adding to his point he also requested people to vote.\

Masto, member of the Bewajah organization gave an introduction about his organization followed by a brief explanation of the constitution and fundamental rights and duties. The College organized competitions like poster making, rangoli, and slogan writing themed on Equality, Justice, and Fraternity.

Discussion on ‘our constitution and democracy’ took place in the event. The students shared their experience and the challenges they faced while performing the tasks given to them. Students of Vidyasthali performed a song ‘Inqulab Zindabad’.

Masto Said, “The purpose of Constitution is to give goals for self and community.” The program concluded with prize distribution to the participants. The ‘Festival Of democracy’ has also organized a ‘Voting Signature Campaign’ to encourage the people to vote.

India’s Daughter Campaign- Awareness march taken out against child marriage at Vidyasthali

On 19th April 2019 Vidyasthali Kannar Inter College, Malihabad organised awareness march regarding child marriage and promoting girls education.This march was carried out in two villages, Narsing khera and Aatha. This march was a part India’s Daughter Campaign organised yearly by Study Hall Educational Foundation. This Campaign aims to raise awareness regarding girl’s rights and education.

More than 170 members participated in this and reached out to more than 500 community members. The students used slogans like “Bal Vivah Gulami Hai, Yeh Gulami Hume Rukwani Hai”, “Nari Ka Karo Sammaan, Tabhi Banega Desh Mahaan”. The students performed a ‘nukkad Natak’ to explain why child marriage should be forbidden. The students interacted with the community members and asked them take a pledge and say no to child marriage. They also took signatures of the community members.

India’s Daughters Campaign Rally


4th convocation of Nursery and Primary Teacher Training held

The 4th convocation of Nursery and Primary Teacher Training was held in the Prep School, Study Hall, on March 25, 2019. The families of graduating trainees were in full attendance, elated and proud.
Study Hall Educational Foundation (SHEF) runs a teacher training program. Over 50 women have found new avenues and life-changing opportunities through the platform. 16 trainees who have undergone training under different programmes during the year were awarded certificates by Dr. Urvashi Sahni, Founder, and CEO, SHEF. The trainees shared their experience, as how their life has undergone a major transformation, making them self aware and independent. Ruchi, a student of NTT program said, “I came here as a mother to get my son’s admission, and became a student. This program boosted my confidence and has given new meaning to my life.” Shikha, another student said, “This program gave me a free space to learn and grow. I rediscovered myself through this program.”
Our founder Dr. Urvashi Sahni congratulated the students and said, “Our teacher training is atypical. They are personal transformation programs. Teachers learn who they are and that’s our biggest achievement.”
Ms. Shashi Mehta, principal of Prep School blessed the outgoing teachers, with a message of spreading quality education far and wide. Ms. Priya Kakkar, Director thanked the gathering for their presence.

 

STUDY HALL SCHOOL STAFF 2019 – 2020

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PRINCIPAL-MRS.SHALINI SINHA
VICE PRINCIPAL-MRS.MEENAKSHI BAHADUR
JUNIOR SCHOOL HEADMISTRESS-MRS. BANI MALHOTRA
CLASS CLASS TEACHERS C0-ORDINATOR CO-TEACHER
CLASS 12A MR. ANANT MISHRA
CLASS 12B MRS. ANURADHA BAIJAL
CLASS 12C MRS. PUNEETA SINGH MR. KAMLESH YADAV MR. PANAKJ BAJPAI
CLASS 12D MRS. SUPARNA CHATTERJEE MR. MOHD SHAHAB
MR. MOHD. SHAHAB
CLASS 11A MRS. MEENAKSHI SHAH
CLASS 11B MRS. BAHVNA VIRENDRA MR. HIMANSHU JOSHI MS. ANAS KHAN
CLASS 11C MR. RITIKA ASRANI
CLASS 11D MRS. PRACHI SAXENA MR. HIMANSHU JOSHI
CLASS 10A MRS. SHEEBA NAQUI
CLASS 10B MRS. PAYAL MALL DEVID MRS. SUMAN DWIVEDI MR. B.M. CHAUBE
CLASS 10C MRS. LAJO KAPOOR
CLASS 10D MRS. AKANKSHA MALHOTRA
CLASS 9A MRS. PREM PANDEY MR. SUDHEER GUPTA
CLASS 9B MRS. LANCY BIJU MRS. SEEMA CHAUHAN
CLASS 9C MR. AVSHESH MISHRA
CLASS 9D MRS. SOBHA PANDIT
CLASS 8A MRS. SIMI SRIVASTAVA
CLASS 8B MRS. VANDANA CHANDANI MRS. SUMAN SINGH MRS. NIDHI SHARMA
CLASS 8C MRS. BHAWNA TANDON
CLASS 8D MRS.NIDHI KUMAR
CLASS 7A MRS. PIYU CHAUDHARY MR. AMIT SHARMA
CLASS 7B MRS. ASHA BALI/MRS. SAIDA AHMAD MRS. BHARTENDU KASHYAP
CLASS 7C MRS. VISHAKHA SRIVASTAVA
CLASS 7D MS. PRATIKA RATHORE
CLASS 6A MRS. ARCHANA SETH
CLASS 6B MRS. DEEPALI JAIN MRS. POONAM SHARMA MR. SANDEEP BHATIA
CLASS 6C MRS. PREETI SINGH
CLASS 6D MRS. SONI JAISWAL
JUNIOR SECTION  TEACHER LIST (2018-19)
NAME OF TEACHER CLASS & SECTION SUBJECTS
VIBHA SHARMA 1 A ENGLISH, EVS, MATHS,COMPUTERS,CRAFT
MONICA G. ROY 1 B ENGLISH, EVS, MATHS,COMPUTERS,CRAFT
GULNAR RIZVI 1 C ENGLISH, EVS, MATHS,COMPUTERS,CRAFT
JAYATI WAHAL 1 D ENGLISH, EVS, MATHS,COMPUTERS,CRAFT
CHETNA GIDWANI 2 A ENGLISH, EVS, MATHS,COMPUTERS,CRAFT
RAJESHWARI SINGH 2 B ENGLISH, EVS, MATHS,COMPUTERS,CRAFT
POONAM MISHRA 2 C ENGLISH, EVS, MATHS,COMPUTERS,CRAFT
DEEPIKA G. ROY 2 D ENGLISH, EVS, MATHS,COMPUTERS,CRAFT
UTTARA SARAN 3 A ENGLISH, EVS, MATHS,CRAFT
GUNJAN SINGH 3 B ENGLISH, EVS, MATHS,CRAFT
RACHNA YADAV 3 C ENGLISH, EVS, MATHS,CRAFT
SONI JAISWAL 3 D ENGLISH, EVS, MATHS,CRAFT
SHALINI SANGAL 4 A ENGLISH, EVS, MATHS,GEOGRAPHY,HISTORY, CRAFT
DEEPALI SETH 4 B ENGLISH, EVS, MATHS,GEOGRAPHY,HISTORY, CRAFT
ANJU SINGH 4 C ENGLISH, EVS, MATHS,GEOGRAPHY,HISTORY, CRAFT
REKHA ANAND 4 D ENGLISH, EVS, MATHS,GEOGRAPHY,HISTORY, CRAFT
RUCHI BHATEJA 5 A,B,C,D SOCIAL STUDIES, PROJECT ( CLASS 2 A,B,C,D)
ANJU GUPTA 5 A,B,C,D ENGLISH, PROJECT (CLASS 4 A,B,C,D)
NUPUR BAJPAI 5 A,B,C,D SCIENCE , PROJECT ( CLASS 3 A,B,C,D)
PIYU CHOWDHARY 5 A,B,C,D MATHS
RENU SHARMA 1C, 2C. 3C, 4C, 5C HINDI, SANSKRIT
REKHA VERMA 1A, 2A, 3A, 4A, 5A HINDI, SANSKRIT
SONIA CHAWLA 1B, 2B, 3B, 4B, 5B HINDI, SANSKRIT
SUNITA VERMA 1D, 2D, 3D, 4D, 5D HINDI, SANSKRIT
MUKTA SHARMA 3,4,5 (ALL SECTIONS) DANCE
SMRITI TIWARI 1,2 (ALL SECTIONS) DANCE
PRATIMA KRISHNA 3,4,5 (ALL SECTIONS) COMPUTERS
SANGEETA GOEL 1,2,3,4,5 (ALL SECTIONS) LIBRARY
KALPANA SINGH 1,2,3,4,5 (ALL SECTIONS) YOGA
PRIYANKA VERMA 1,2,3 (ALL SECTIONS), 4 A,B & 5 A,B GAMES
PREETI SHARMA 4 C,D & 5 C,D GAMES
AMINA AMIR 3,4,5 (ALL SECTIONS) ART
ANITA SAXENA 1,2 (ALL SECTIONS) ART
SANJAY SRIVASTAVA 1,2,3,4,5 (ALL SECTIONS) TABLA
NARVADA SOOD 1,2,3,4 (ALL SECTIONS) INDIAN MUSIC
DR. BIJU KUMAR BHAGAWATI 5 A,B,C,D INDIAN MUSIC
SAURABH MALHOTRA 3,4,5 (ALL SECTIONS) WESTERN MUSIC
RAJIT DOYLE 1,2 (ALL SECTIONS) WESTERN MUSIC
KATYA SRIVASTAVA 5 A,B,C,D FRENCH
SHREYA ADITYA ARORA ALL CLASSES SUBSTITUTE

SUBJECT TEACHERS

JUNIOR SCHOOL SUBJECT TEACHERS -
SUBJECT TEACHER
SOCIAL SCIENCE MRS.RUCHI BHATEJA
ENGLISH MRS.ANJU GUPTA
MATHEMATICS MS PIYU CHOWDHURY
SCIENCE MRS.NUPUR BAJPAI
HINDI MRS.RENU SHARMA
MRS.REKHA VERMA
MRS.SONIA CHAWLA
MRS.SUNITA VERMA
SPORTS MRS.PRIYANKA VERMA
MRS.PREETI SHARMA
COMPUTERS MS.PRATIMA KRISHNA
YOGA MRS.KALPANA SINGH
ART& CRAFT MRS.AMINA AMIR
MRS ANITA SAXENA
LIBRARY MS.SANGEETA GOEL
ASSISTANT TEACHER MS.SHREYA BHARGAVA
MUSIC , DANCE & INSTRUMENTS MRS.NARVADA SOOD
DR.BIJU KUMAR BHAGWATI
MRS.MUKTA SHARMA
MR.SANJAY SRIVASTAVA
MS SMRITI TIWARI
SENIOR SCHOOL SUBJECT TEACHERS -
SUBJECT TEACHER
MATHEMATICS MRS. MEENAKSHI SHAH
MR. HIMANSHU JOSHI
MR. AVSHESH MISRA
MR. B.M.CHAUBEY
MRS.PIYU CHAUDHARY
MRS. SONI JAISWAL
MRS. VISHAKHA SRIVASTAVA
MRS. DEEPALI JAIN
SCIENCE MR. SUDHEER GUPTA
MS. NIDHI SHARMA
MR. ANANT MISHRA
MR .MOHD. SHAHAB
MRS. ANURADHA BAIJAL
MR. ANAS KHAN
MS.LANCY BIJU
MR.KAMLESH YADAV
SOCIAL STUDIES MRS. SUPARNA CHATERJEE
MRS. PREM PANDEY
MRS.PAYAL MALL DAVID
MRS.PRACHI SAXENA
MRS. ARCHANA SETH
MRS. SIMI SRIVASTAVA
COMMERCE MR. PANKAJ BAJPAI
MS. NEHA RASTOGI
MS. SHIKHA GOYAL
MS. PRATIKA RATHORE
ENGLISH MRS.SAIDA AHMAD
MRS.REKHA DHONDIYAL
MRS. BHAVNA VIRENDRA
MS. RITIKA ASRANI
MRS. SHOBHA PANDIT
MRS. NIDHI KUMAR
MS. SHEEBA NAQVI
 MS. PRATIKA RATHORE
HINDI MRS.MEENAKSHI BAHADUR
MRS. SUMAN DWIVEDI
MRS. LAJO KAPOOR
MRS. BHAWNA TANDON
MRS.ASHA BALI
MRS. PREETI SINGH
ART & CRAFT MRS.SANGITA GUPTA
MR.SANDEEP BHATIA
MRS. SANGEETA GOEL
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS MRS. SEEMA CHAUHAN
MRS. SUMAN SINGH
MS. PRATIMA KRISHNA
MR. AMIT KUMAR SHARMA
SPORTS / YOGA MR. RAJ KUMAR DUBEY
MR.RAJESH SINGH
MUSIC , DANCE, INSTRUMENTS MRS. NARVADA SOOD
DR. BIJU KUMAR BHAGWATI
MRS. MUKTA SHARMA
MR. SANJAY SRIVASTAVA
LIBRARY MRS. NEERJA TANDON (Sr.)
FRENCH MR. NAVNEET

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Panel discussion held on International Women’s Day

On 8 March 2019, the Study Hall Educational Foundation organized a panel discussion on the occasion of International Women’s Day. The topic of this discussion was ‘Why the status of women in India is not a major election agenda’. This was held as part of annual India’s Daughters’ Campaign that Study Hall Educational Foundation conducts.
On this occasion, the guest Juhi Singh, spokesperson, Samajwadi Party, Rakesh Tripathi, spokesperson, Bhartiya Janta Party, Sadaf Jafar, spokesperson and Farah, member of Sheroes Hangout cafe were present and they discussed the topic.

The program started with the introduction of our esteemed guests. The discussion started with a very strong question asked by a Prerna Girls School student, Sapna Bharti. She asked, “I am a first-time voter. I want to ask why should I vote for a political party which does not have gender equality as a major issue on their manifesto?” The students continued to ask questions and our guests answered them.

In this discussion, Sadaf Jafar, spokesperson, Congress, said, “We must rise beyond political differences and collectively fight against structural violence that women face.” She also advised students, to read the manifesto of the party before voting and give the vote to a party which they think will help to build a better nation.

Juhi Singh, spokesperson, Samajwadi Party said, “We make event-based political agenda and we accept that. We will try and work on it. I see confident young women here who are capable of becoming strong political leaders in the future and I hope we will have more participation of women in politics in the future”.

Rakesh Tripathi, spokesperson, Bhartiya Janta Party, said, “women should stop believing they are weak and raise voice against the small issues they face, then only we can change the society”.

On this occasion, the parents of Prerna Girls School were also invited. For the last six years, the Aarohini Initiative organizes yearly India’s Daughters’ campaign that focuses on gender empowerment issues with the goal of raising awareness in the community about gender discrimination.

The program was concluded with the felicitation of the mothers of Prerna Girls School students and vote of thanks.

 

Science Exhibition held at Prerna Girls School

Prerna Girls school organized a science exhibition on 28th February 2019, at Study Hall School, Gomti Nagar. The theme of the exhibition was ‘Socho or Khojo’. The students created more than 70 models on topics like Science, Geography, Math, and History. The students performed computer presentations and psychology presentations. Models of Solar Energy was the center of attraction. The hard work of the children was appreciated by all.
The students made working electronic models such as electric coolers, washing machines etc. A play on photosynthesis was performed. On this occasion, the school’s principal Mrs. Rakhi Panjwani appreciated the hard work of girls and thanked the teachers for their help.

DOSTI in Athlete leadership Training

Athlete leadership Training, Frank Anthony Public School, New Delhi

21st – 24th February 2019

In the opening, session classes were held to improve public speaking skills and to like understand the Special Olympics’ mission, athlete leaders learn how to create their 3 minutes speech, and good presentation behaviour.

After this governance, training was given in which students learned to interact with media, to express their opinion and to work with groups solve problems. In the end, ZUMBA session was organized which pumped up the energy and enthusiasm. 

Next day health care sessions were held, where Health Messenger was introduced, a doctor explained about fit 5 which was another level of secrets to staying fit and healthy.

In the end, athletes received sports training by their coaches.

Craft Mela organized by Study Hall Junior School

There was a riot of colours on the grounds of Study Hall on 20th February, 2019 as the Junior School organized the Craft Mela.

It was indeed delightful to see the children’s enthusiasm as they sat together in groups to churn out the most vibrant craft items with their nimble fingers.

Keeping in mind the three R’s (Reuse, Reduce and Recycle) the young ones made all possible efforts to bring out the ‘ best from the waste’.

It was an exhibition with a difference.  The visitors were greatly impressed to watch the children in the process of making the craft items instead of merely displaying the finished products.  Very confidently, the children also explained the entire process to the parents, leaving them awe-struck.

Dosti too was a part of the Craft Mela where they displayed the craft items prepared by them. These were highly appreciated by the parents.

We are proud to mention that many parents donated generously and the proceeds from the Mela will now be handed over to GyanSetu. This move has also helped to build empathy in our children. The spirit of teamwork was clearly evident as the children happily engaged in creative pursuits.

Prerna girls win medals at Taekwondo championship

Excellia school organized two days inter school Taekwondo championship on 9th and 10th February 2019 for junior and cadet divisions. In this event, 18 schools participated and Prerna Girls school (Study hall educational foundation) grabbed the third position overall. 13 girls from Prerna participated and won silver, gold and bronze medals. Namrata won gold, Aditi Shukla, Purva Shukla, Anchal Kannaujia, Seema Sharma, Preeti Gautam, and Radha Rawat won Silver. Khushboo Sahu, Aishwarya, Anshu Kannaujia, Manisha Sharma, Vaishnavi Sharma won bronze in the competition.

The girls were happy and excited after winning the prizes and shared their experience. Namrata (gold medalist) said, “It was fun and I learned a lot from other participants”. She thanked everyone who supported her and her coach, who taught her the techniques. The girls practiced a lot and the results paid off.

Aditi Shukla said, “I am grateful to the coaches and to the school for giving us this opportunity. I feel so happy and now I am looking forward to win more.”

Annual concert held at Prerna school

Study Hall Educational Foundation’s Prerna School held its Annual Concert on 18th and 19th, December 2018, at the Study Hall school in Gomti Nagar.  ‘Sanjha Sansar’ was the theme of the program. Mrs. Sanyukta Bhatia, Mayor of Lucknow graced the occasion as the chief guest. The students presented delightful performances, which truly enthralled the audience. The programme started with a welcoming speech by the principal Rakhi Panjwani and followed by the song by the pre-primary students.  The students of pre-nursery performed a delightful dance on ‘Kaun hu main.’ The students of Prerna boys sang a beautiful song spreading the message of equality. The students of bridge course displayed their dramatic skills in the play, ‘Ladki haath se nikal gaye’.  The students of class nursery presented a puppet dance, which was highly appreciated. Kathak by class 1 students stole the hearts of the audience. The Prerna boys delighted the audience with the comic play ‘Jigyasa’.  The young ones of class 2 were part of a dance ‘Rang lo’ which was greatly enjoyed by the audience.

Addressing the audience chief guest, Sanyukta Bhatia said, “Girls are equal to boys and can do all the things a boy can do.”  She added, “we live in a society, where gender inequality is a major issue and to become a better society we need to make individuals efforts to deal with this issue.”

The program was followed by Nritya Natika, ‘Nikal tu khud ki Khoj me’.  The various dance performances like the inaugural dance, fusion dance, presentations by 4th, 6th, 7th and 8th, the students of 5th standard performed self-defense techniques to show people how can girls to defend themselves, a skit by performed by Prerna Boys, ‘Parivartan’  was highly loved and appreciated by the parents.

On this occasion, Dr. Urvashi Sahni Director and CEO, Study Hall Educational Foundation, congratulated students and appreciated the efforts and hard work of teachers and students.

The program was concluded with a delightful dance performance and vote of thanks.