Study Hall children all smiles after CBSE class 12 results

The Central Board of Secondary Education Has Declared The result of class 12th this afternoon. Study Hall school located in Vipul Khand 2 Gomtinagar had great results this year. The highest score of this batch is 97% and the average score is 80.02%.

The Topper of the year Aarushi Roy aged 17. Daughter of Mr. Mayank Roy (businessman) and Mrs. Tanvi Roy(Homemaker) Studied Humanities In School. She said she chose this stream to break the stereotypes of people about the stream as people say it doesn’t have a scope. She said she did a great job by scoring such good marks. She Scored 95 in English, 100 in History, 100 in Psychology, 94 in Political Science 96 in Economics.

She also shared her strategies and said that she was regular in class and studied 8-10 hour every day, she also added she never studied under pressure and stayed active on social sites and on phone to relieve her stress. Another student From Study hall  Muskaan Singh with science stream scored 95.2 % marks. Muskaan Singh Daughter of Mr. A.k Singh and Mrs. Renu Singh.  Muskaan Shared about her Methods of studies and said,  She was focused and solved papers of last 10 years. She Said she wanted to get her Ph.Ed In Technology and be a professor.

She said “I love to play Volleyball and cricket, and music is her stress reliever, I also love to spend a lot of my time with friends and family, that help me to stay relax and happy.

She gave credit for her success to her Mother and said “ she was my backbone and she supported me the most and everything I achieve in my life will be dedicated to her. I can do nothing without her love and support.”

Overall it was the happy and successful result for school and students, as well as their Family.  

The convocation ceremony of the Study Hall

The convocation ceremony of the Study Hall School students who passed the class 10 and 12 exams in 2017 was held on the school campus here on Sat. 13th January’18.

A total of 143 students from class 12 and 138 students from class 10 successfully passed their exams and were felicitated on the occasion. Out of these 33 students scored a perfect 10 CGPA.

Study Hall Concert 2017 ‘And Time Dances On’

स्टडी हॉल स्कूल के दो दिवसीय वार्षिक कॉन्सर्ट 2017 – एंड टाइम डांसेज ऑन… का आरंभ आज संत गङ्गे ऑडिटोरियम में हुआ। कार्यक्रम का आरम्भ स्टडी हॉल स्कूल और प्रेरणा गर्ल्स स्कूल के छात्रों के वेलकम स्पीच से हुआ इसके बाद स्टडी हॉल की प्रिंसिपल शालिनी सिन्हा ने बताया कि किस तरह से पिछले 5 महीने से इस कार्यक्रम की तैयारी चल रही है।
स्कूल की संस्थापिका उर्वशी साहनी के बताया कि की तरह से रंग मंच का गुड़वत्ता पूर्णशिक्षा में महत्वपूर्ण योगदान होता है। इसके बाद orchestra के बहुत ही अच्छी जुगलबंदी हुई जिसके बाद कक्षा 10 के छात्रों में उर्दू नज़्म प्रस्तुत किया। इतने उचे उठो नामक गाने का मंचन कक्षा 10 के छतों ने किया।
 इतने उचे उठो नामक गाने का मंचन कक्षा 10 के  छात्रों किया।
 इसके बाद दुआ नामक नज़्म बच्चों नर प्रस्तुत की। इस रंगारंग कार्यक्रम का अंत मीनाक्षी भहादुर ने धन्यवाद दे कर किया। शाम का पहला नाटक geography by genious का मन्चन कक्षा 9 के छात्रों ने
किया।

Write4Change: UC Berkeley scholars study Prerna, Study Hall School

Prof. Glynda A. Hull from the University of California, Berkeley along with her team comprising John Scott, Jessica Adams, Devanshi Unadkat and Dhruv visited Study Hall Educational Foundation in connection with the ‘Write4Change: Online Global Writing Community for Youth Online’ research project which aims to learn about how educators and students create and participate in online writing communities and write for social change. The project also aims to know how visualizing data could help students think about their writing and themselves as writers in new ways.

The participants from Study Hall and Prerna schools were put into 4 groups and they were given access to 360 Virtual Reality camera equipment. The students were acclimatized to the use of the new technology. They confabulated about the social issues or themes to weave their stories around. Thereafter they captured the cityscape with their lens along with their escort teachers. Then they thought about the music, subtitles, narration and special effects to complement their visuals. The resultant videos were about the life of the underprivileged girls in Prerna school, the sights and sounds from the culture, history and cuisine of Lucknow, Women Empowerment and the Socio-cultural diversity of India.

The team from Berkeley was quite impressed with the final outcome and lauded their efforts. They congratulated them for their proactive participation and involvement in all stages of film-making. It was teamwork all through and the efforts shone in every aspect of the videos.

It was a mutually enriching interaction and the students of SHEF in particular Study Hall and Prerna learnt how to use the new technique and compared it with the existing 180-camera technology used currently by them. The use of multi-modal approach was a unique experience.

We hope that this ongoing project would provide access to new technology and an interface with global student communities to share, learn and grow together.

Write4Change: Online Global Writing Community for Youth Online

Study Hall Jr. sports day -The Kaleidoscope- Field Day 2017

On November 18, 2017, Study hall Junior School celebrated its annual sports event ‘Kaleidoscope’, amidst great verve and camaraderie.

Our Chief Guest, Mr. Vijay Prakash, IG Faizabad other dignitaries and parents were warmly welcomed by the Head Mistress, Junior School, Mrs. Bani Malhotra and Head, DOSTI Mrs. Surabhi Kapoor. This was followed by a speech by the President and CEO of Study hall Foundation, Dr. Urvashi Sahni.

The Sports event was then declared open by our Honorable Chief Guest by releasing of a cloudful of colourful balloons in the shape of umbrellas, which depict the values which we instill in our children.

The Prefects were introduced by our Principal Mrs. Shalini Sinha, after which all eyes were riveted on the field where a spectacular and a well synchronized march past flashed by, commanded by the office bearers.

The splendid drills splattered the field with a riot of colour and vibrant hues. These were based on our theme of the day-‘Kaleidoscope’. These field displays were indeed a visual treat for all, to say the least, involving mass student participation from classes I to V.

Funny Little Bon Bons by our littlest ones of class I, the wide-eyed Minions of class II, Harmony in Rhythm by the children of DOSTI, the Tinkling Tambourines of class III, transported everyone into the land of music and mystique. The stylized Yoga and the Musical Parasols by class IV also had the audience applauding and cheering.

These dance/PT displays were interspersed by the track events which included cute races like Spirited Scouts of class III, the Zesty Zuzu Race, the Woddle Waddle race to name just a few. Some fun races were also organized for our enterprising parent community.These had the children cheering loudly.

Our kaleidoscopic event came to an end by the declaration of House Points by Dr. Urvashi Sahni, with the Vote of Thanks given by Mrs. Meenakshi Bahadur, the Vice Principal.

Fire drill held at Study Hall School

A Fire Drill was conducted on 7.10.17 on the school ground by the Fire Department to showcase the working of fire extinguisher and fire hydrant.  An evacuation plan was also discussed.  It was attended by all the students, teachers and the support staff.

Self Defence Session with the Red Brigade

Study Hall girls had an excellent Self Defence Session with the Red Brigade Organization.  Some 100 girls were taught the skill of self-defense. The most important aspect of the workshop was that the technique demonstrated was from the ‘Attackers’ mentality. The basic skills were taught and girls participated enthusiastically.

Self Defence Session with the Red Brigade

A deep discussion on against child marriage

The Study Hall School as part of the ongoing India’s Daughters Campaign 2017, organised an open discussion on ‘Child Marriage is a form of domestic violence’ on Thursday. Besides Study Hall School, students from Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidlaya (Bakshi Ka Talab), Prerna Girls School and Vidyasthali also participated in the discussion.