Obama Foundation and the Global Girls Alliance joined hands with the Study Hall Educational Foundation Educational Foundation to make a short film on Laxmi Nishad who is an alumna of the Prerna Gilrs School. Kiran Sahu who is currently a student of the Prerna Girls School has played the role of Laxmi in the film shared earlier. Laxmi, Kiran, and Dr. Urvashi Sahni were invited to Chicago to speak at the Obama Foundation Summit. Here is a glimpse of them on stage.
98 million adolescent girls around the world aren’t in school. Laxmi was one of them—until she enrolled in the Prerna Girls School. That’s when her life changed. Today, Laxmi and others from the @GlobalGirlsAlliance are sharing their stories at the #ObamaSummit. The world is better off because of stories like theirs.
|The Obama Foundation Global Girls Alliance|
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The table above shows the amount of water saved by our team in one month
In this project we inserted bottles filled with pebbles and sand in the cisterns of our school. It uses the displacement method, by which less water is flushed, which is saving around 2O% of water usage. Within three months only we saved approx. 67,080 litres of water. By this method we are not only preventing water wastage but also reducing the water carbon footprint.
Study Hall Junior School held its Annual Concert on 3 and 4 November 2018 at the Sant Gadge Auditorium in Gomti Nagar. ‘Come see the world through the eyes of a child’ was the theme of the program which took us back to our childhood and the stories with which we grew up. The children of Classes 1 to 5 presented a delightful melange of stories and fairy tales which truly enthralled the audience. The little ones of Class 1 replayed ‘The Enchanted Wheelbarrow’ with great finesse. The children of Class 2 displayed their dramatic skills in the play, ‘Godmother’s Assistants’. The students of Class 4 staged a play, ‘Annie’ in which the acting skills of the children were highly appreciated. The story of ‘Time Travelers’ enacted by the students of Class 5 stole the hearts of the audience. The children of DOSTI delighted the audience with two of their beautiful songs. The young ones of Classes 4 and 5 were part of the School Orchestra and they presented a medley of old songs which was greatly enjoyed by everyone.
On this occasion, Shalini Sinha, principal Study Hall, said, I have seen many great actors like Naseeruddin Shah and Shabana Azmi performing on this stage and now I see these tiny kids performing here. I just feel so proud and happy to see them here.
Addressing the audience, Bani Malhotra, headmistress Study Hall, said, “The children have the ability to live in the present and to enjoy the life to the fullest. Today on the stage students are expressing themselves and their teamwork inspires all of us and encourages the friendship”.‘Freedom is Precious’ by Class 3 – all these left the audience spellbound. The time and energy invested by the teachers were clearly visible in the delightful presentations by the children and the enthusiastic response of the audience.
The program concluded with grand finale dance and vote of thanks.
Study Hall Educational Foundation had organized its Convocation for their Center for Learning (CFL) unit on Thursday, November 1, 2018 to felicitate the students to who have successfully cleared their class 10th and 12th examination. Mrs. Lalita Pradeep, Additional Director, Basic Education, Uttar Pradesh Government graced the occasion as Chief Guest. Center for Learning was founded on 1st July, 2013 which aim to help children cope with academic pressures of the centralized board, CFL paces the curriculum for its students with help of open school program.
The Ceremony started with an Academic procession and welcome speech by the principal Dr. Pratima Srivastava and followed by the Speech of Dr. Urvashi Sahni, CEO and Founder of Study Hall Educational Foundation. “Center for Learning bridges the gap between students learning needs and our education system with the help of NIOS. We aim to create a collaborative learning environment in our classrooms to enable children to develop freely at their own pace”, said, Principal, Study Hall Center for Learning Dr. Pratima Srivastava.
The ceremony continued with Hindi song and Instrumental performance performed by students. Students were felicitated and were congratulated on this occasion.
Addressing the convocation, Chief Guest Pratima Pradeep, congratulated the students for their accomplishment and wished them luck for the new inning of their life. She added Study Hall defines the real meaning of education. Along with education it expands the personalities and nurtures the soul.
On this Occasion, Dr. Urvashi Sahni blessed the students and appreciated them for their hard work and congratulated them for their success. She shared her journey. She also said Study hall has created a happy culture here, we believed dancing, singing, drama, painting everything is part of learning. Study Hall has just expand the definition of academics. At last, she said “Every Student is a champion”
In this ceremony students and parents shared their stories. Sakshi Rastogi, School Topper who is pursuing BJMC from Bennett University, Noida shared about her experience in school and said “Center for Learning gave me all the support and care that I needed. It built confidence in me. Today wherever I stand I want to give the credit to Center for Learning. Also, Amisha Jain, Pursuing professional course in choreography from Devi Dance Academy said “Being a member of Center for Learning, I experienced a whole world full of life, activities and knowledge, which helped me in exploring my capabilities and shaping my career”.
The program concluded with the delightful dance performance and Nation Anthem. The overall environment was full of joy, rejoice and celebrations. Students dressed in Traditional Regalia were visibly excited on the occasion and displayed the sense of pride and achievement.
Study Hall School hosted an annual concert for the DOSTI (Development of Self through Interaction) unit on November 2, 2018, at Sant Gadge Auditorium in Gomtinagar. The theme of the concert was “Come to see the world through the eyes of a child” which took everyone back to their childhood. Mr. S.K Srivastava, commissioner disabilities, the government of Uttar Pradesh, graced the occasion as chief guest.
Dr. Urvashi Sahni, CEO, and founder Study Hall Educational Foundation shared how she started the Journey of DOSTI with 10 students and today, over one hundred children, are taken care of in its Early Intervention, Home-based programs, and regular school programs. She added, “I feel so happy to see all these parents here supporting their kids and I appreciate every single effort that every teacher make here.”
The concert started with welcoming the guest and speech by Shalini Sinha, principal Study Hall School The first performance was a soul-stirring song “Let the children have a world”, in which kids shared their dreams and beliefs. It continued with a dance performance on “Ek Zindagi Meri SauKhwaishe.” Children of class 3 eloquently and effectively speak out their minds about what freedom means to them in form of a poem. Students act on the short English play “The keys to heaven” which was about how we get caught up following the herd, Instead of looking at what’s real. Two students from DOSTI Vaibhav Yadav and Stavya Mishra showcased their talent on synthesizer and bongo. This took concert on another peak.
On this occasion, chief guest, Mr. S.K Srivastava congratulated the teacher and appreciated them for the work they do. He said, “it takes immense patience to deal with kids with special abilities and I see the teachers and special trainers do their work so lovingly.”
The program continued with a song performance “Hume Haq Hai Barabari Ka” and song performance by students of Center for Learning “Koshish karne walon ki haar nahi hoti.” The next performance was a short humorous play in Hindi “Chintiprem” which left the audience laughing. The program concluded with the delightful dance performance by students.
Study Hall school organized a session on ‘Traffic Awareness and Safety’ for students of grades 9 and 10, on 24th October 2018.
The session was conducted by an Officer of the Regional Transport Office (RTO) who made.
The students aware of safety rules and traffic guidelines.
The dangers of speeding, driving under the influence of liquor, violating basic traffic guidelines etc., were stressed upon. Students were further apprised with the importance of minimising risk by wearing safety helmets, seat belts, following rules and driving safely. The session ended with a brief oath-taking ceremony, in which the students pledged to be responsible citizens and to follow traffic rules when they acquire their driving license in the future.
The Study Hall Educational Foundation formally launched the Study Hall College which is affiliated to the Lucknow University and currently has bachelors courses running in business administration, commerce, journalism and mass communication and computer application.
Minister of Excise and Prohibition Shri Jai Pratap Singh and former Vice-Chancellor of Lucknow University Shri GB Pattanaik graced the occasion with their presence. Powerful personal stories of change narrated by college students and exemplary dance and drama performances were the highlights of the gala event.
Chief guest Shri GB Pattanaik said that experience sharing by the students of the college was the most moving part of the event. He added that colleges are not just places that give out degrees but institutions that shape individuals to change the society. He candidly mentioned that the Study Hall College is 35 km from the center of Lucknow and said that it could be 100 km away as it is the far-flung like Pipersand that need quality higher education institutions like the Study Hall College.
The founder and CEO of the Study Hall Educational Foundation Dr Urvashi Sahni shared the journey of the college and how she envisions it becoming a beacon of quality education.
The programme concluded with the national anthem.