Daily assembly

Difference between services and charity
Hello ladies, gentlemen, and students standing in front of me and today we will be discussing the differences between services and charity.
Now what is charity, charity is the process of a community collecting money to help
The poor, the sick, etc., or do work that is useful to society now, services is a system or organization that provides the public with what it needs
So what’s the difference between the two? Charity is raising money for people who are in poverty in contrast to service, which is usually giving your time.
Here’s an example of the two, examples of charity include giving unwanted goods to those less fortunate or visiting relatives at home when they’re sick. Examples of service include people who are waiting tables in restaurants or people who clean hotels are also examples of services
Although these two might be different in many ways they are still very important to society, Charity is important because, society and government are not designed for everyone, so that’s where charity comes it’s there to fill in the gaps by helping those that the government can’t do much for like the poverty or the sick
Services on the other hand help the economy by allowing employees to work a part-time job until they are ready to start their career and the customers who are buying that service will be paying money to buy that service leading to economic growth.
By Jaden Aubrey Fernandes


Difference between charity and service

The word ‘humane’ shows that we are social animals. Philanthropy means service to mankind. It rests on three T’s, Time, Treasure, and Talent.
Charity involves sharing and raising funds to donate books, clothes, toys, woollens to the needy. Donation of blood is a very important aspect that can save lives. If everyone gave away some things which they had excess all would be happy and contented. Being empathetic, kind, and generous are the keys to charity.
Service is to volunteer for a kind act by showcasing our talent like singing carols, playing an instrument, reading a book to someone, storytelling, and cleanliness drive. It brings smiles to others and spreads happiness.
Our culture involves charity at all festivals and celebrations. Feeding the poor, giving alms, and distributing sweets and gifts are all a part of it. It is rightly said,” The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in service of others”

By Ms. Alka Chaturve

Congratulations Teacher!

MIT VGS congratulates Ms Priya Dsouza for being among the top 10% of teachers globally, and Ms. Alka Chaturvedi for being among the top 30% of teachers globally in the International Teachers’ Olympiad organized by Suraasa. Her passion for teaching is commendable. The participants from across 72 countries, were assessed across 6 domains of teaching:
Curriculum, pedagogy and technology, Student engagement, Learning Environment, Learning assessment and data, ethics and values, and teacher growth and professional development.
MIT VGS is committed to the overall growth and development of all its stakeholders


School Shines at ISSO Tournament

In a remarkable display of talent and determination, our school students have brought great glory to our institution at the prestigious International School Sports Organization (ISSO) athletics competition. Our young athletes have showcased their prowess and brought home an impressive haul of medals. With unwavering dedication and relentless efforts, our students clinched a total of 13 medals, including 2 gold, 4 silver, and 7 bronze.
Apart from their outstanding performance at the ISSO athletics competition, our students have also actively participated in various basketball, Volleyball, and badminton tournaments. These tournaments provided them with valuable exposure and the opportunity to enhance their skills in different sporting disciplines.
Students have excelled in their specialized sports by engaging in rigorous training. They have honed their abilities through practice sessions consisting of basic drills and enjoyable activities. Such initiatives ensure that our young athletes develop a strong foundation in their chosen sports, fostering a lifelong love for physical activity.
The remarkable achievements of our students in athletics and other sporting events highlight the importance of a well-rounded education that emphasizes physical fitness and sportsmanship. Through these endeavors, our school aims to cultivate not only sporting excellence but also important life skills such as teamwork, discipline, and resilience.

Assembly report

The Special Assembly was presented by the DP1 students of MIT Vishwashanti Gurukul School.
It started with the world peace prayer followed by two minutes of meditation and then Gauri Mehndiratta introduced the theme of the assembly: Service and Charity.
Sanskriti Sharma continues and gives us a more in-depth explanation of the same.
Then, 3 students gave us the news :
Anwesha Mukherjee gave us international news, and talked about the Nepal earthquake, and shed light on the state of the Israel-Gaza war.
Rayhaan Manjra gave us the national news that consisted of the BJP leaving out women aspirants and the extreme situation of air pollution in Delhi.
and Prajwal Sinha gave us Gurukul news and announced all the ISSO winners from our school!
Next, Kanira Adlakha explained the thought of the day which was a quote by Mahatma Gandhi on the topic of service.
Lastly, Nishtha Parekh, Gauri, Kavya, and Sanskriti had an interactive round with the audience informing and asking them about the meaning of certain adjectives relating to the theme: benevolent, philanthropic, altruistic, and more!
The assembly was concluded by an enlightening performance of “What a Wonderful World” by Kavya, Nishtha, and Kanira and finally came to a close with everyone singing the national anthem.

By Kanira Adlakha DP 1


The remarkable results of service and charity

 Wisdom, altruism, and empathy have become an integral part of the ethos of MIT Vishwashanti Gurukul School, all thanks to a brief visit to an elderly home on the 6th of November. This meaningful excursion was led by a group of respected teachers and IB World school students. Despite the brevity of the visit, its impact was profound, leaving a lasting impression on all participants. It prompted them to reflect on their own lives and the lives of others, fostering a newfound sense of empathy among everyone.

All the students eagerly boarded buses for the trip to the elderly home, driven by their curiosity to learn more about the experiences of past generations. The visit featured heartwarming performances and generous donations after an inspiring speech by one of MIT Gurukul’s teachers. The smiles on the faces of the elderly residents revealed their satisfaction and appreciation for the students’ dedication and heartfelt performances. The students, in turn, were deeply touched by the wisdom and stories of these individuals who had faced many hardships in their lives.

In addition to the performances, students engaged in open and respectful conversations with the elderly residents, offering both respect and sympathy to those who appeared downtrodden. The connection between the young and old felt almost magical, transcending the decades that separated them. It was a reminder that, despite the age difference, they were all human beings connecting on a profound level. Adrika Sahoo shared a moving experience of conversing with an elderly woman who spoke her mother tongue, highlighting the importance of communication and understanding in bridging generational gaps.

The visit evoked a sense of compassion, although the elderly residents’ conditions were not pitiable. Many remarked on the overwhelming empathy they felt after leaving the elderly home. The experiences gained during this visit were truly transformative, instilling a new attitude within the school community — one characterized by gratitude and benevolence. Consequently, the students of MIT VGS can confidently claim that their emotional intelligence extends beyond mere sympathy to encompass the depths of empathy and compassion.

By Lavannya Charan

A Visit to Samarpan Old Age Home

MIT Vishwashanti Gurukul School organized a visit to Samarpan Old Age Home for its students. The students were taken there a few days before their Diwali vacation began. The purpose of this visit was to bring a smile worth more than a million dollars to the faces of the old and aged people living in Samarpan Old Age Home.
There were approximately 50 students who visited the old age home. The majority of the students at MIT Vishwashanti Gurukul School had gone on an international trip but the students who had not opted for the trip got a wonderful opportunity to meet and interact with the Samarpan Old Age Home family. 

The students who were present on that day belonged to the Grades from MYP-1 to DP-2. MIT VGS had arranged a short-duration dance performance with MYP-2 students for everyone. Then they also gifted them greeting cards made by their students and other essentials for the upcoming Diwali festival. A few of the old people had teary eyes filled with joy and could see their grandchildren in the place of the students.

There were more old people resting upstairs in their rooms. They could not come downstairs and witness the dance performance and receive the gifts as they were completely bedridden. But, they also had their share of joy to experience so, the senior students of MITVGS, from MYP-4 to DP-2 were allowed to meet them. There were two rooms on each floor and a kitchen and each room had two to three people resting on separate beds. Not all of them were in a condition to interact with the students but those who were willing to interact had a hearty chat with the students. This was truly a sight to cherish.
This visit to Samarpan Old Age Home lasted for almost an hour and the students returned to the school by noon.

The  photos were clicked by Shaurya Raju of MYP 4.

By Sanvi Chavan DP 1

International Trip

On the 29th of October, we kicked off our adventure in Paris. After a long flight, we dove straight into a city tour, exploring architectural wonders like the Arc de Triomphe, the Grand Palais, Champs-Elysées, Invalides, and the Opera House. The highlight of the day was a picturesque cruise along the River Seine, where we had the perfect view of the shimmering Eiffel Tower. Needless to say, I captured lots of amazing pictures!
The following day was an absolute dream for me – we went to Disneyland! We spent the entire day riding thrilling roller coasters, exploring themed lands, and meeting our favourite Disney characters. The highlight of the day was the Halloween-themed parade, which featured spooky floats and mischievous villains. It was a truly magical experience that brought back all the nostalgia of my childhood.
Our third day began early with a visit to the iconic Eiffel Tower, and we even made it to the top floor, despite the chilly weather and the slightly pricey macarons. The panoramic view was nothing short of breathtaking. We could see the entire city sprawling out before us. We then explored the Louvre Museum, marvelling at the Sphinx, historical French jewels, and, of course, the Mona Lisa. Even though two hours weren’t enough to absorb the museum’s beauty fully, it was a rich lesson in French culture and art history.
The next day, we embarked on a bus ride to Geneva, the headquarters of many international organisations. We visited the CERN exhibition centre, where we learned about the complexities of particle acceleration and quantum physics that were a bit over my head, but it was undeniably fascinating. A tour of the UN headquarters followed, offering insights into how UN meetings take place, and we also had a glimpse of the Red Cross Society building.
Our journey continued to Zurich, where we made a stop at the mesmerising Rhine Falls, the largest waterfall in Europe. After clicking hundreds of photos, we indulged our sweet tooth by visiting the Lindt Chocolate Factory. The tour provided a fascinating history of chocolates, and I’m sure everyone left the chocolate shop with lighter wallets!
The next highlight was our visit to Mt Titlis, though strong winds prevented us from reaching the topmost floor. Nevertheless, we had a blast engaging in a snow fight and watching the breathtaking snowy landscape on the cable car ride.
Our final stop was the charming town of Lucerne, where we strolled across the Chapel Bridge, a historic pedestrian bridge adorned with 17th-century paintings. We then went on a shopping spree where we found unique souvenirs and indulged in Swiss cuisine (the macarons were pretty affordable).
As our trip came to an end, we bid farewell to these enchanting places with heavy hearts. This trip was truly a dream come true. I had the opportunity to explore two of the most beautiful and exciting countries in the world. On our flight back home, we carried with us not just souvenirs and photographs, but also a treasure trove of unforgettable memories.
By Aliana Verma DP 2

School trip

School trips play a crucial role in the overall education of students. These excursions provide a unique opportunity for students to step out of the traditional classroom setting and engage with real-world experiences. By visiting museums, historical sites, and cultural landmarks, students can gain a deeper understanding of the subjects they study in school. Additionally, school trips foster social and personal development by encouraging teamwork, independence, and cultural awareness. They also offer a chance for students to bond with their peers and teachers in a different environment. Overall, school trips are invaluable in broadening students’ horizons, enhancing their learning, and creating lasting memories.
The 7-day trip to Paris and Switzerland organized by MIT Vishwashanti Gurukul from October 29th to November 6th, 2023, was truly a remarkable experience for all 123 students. The itinerary was packed with exciting and educational activities, providing a perfect blend of fun and learning. This trip was an incredible opportunity for us to explore and experience the rich cultural heritage and natural beauty of these two magnificent destinations. The itinerary was packed with exciting activities that allowed us to explore the rich culture and history of these beautiful destinations. The trip began with an exploration of Paris, including a city tour and a delightful Seine River cruise. It was a mesmerizing experience to witness the iconic landmarks of Paris, such as the Eiffel Tower and Notre-Dame Cathedral from the river.
The following day, we had the opportunity to relive our childhood dreams at Disneyland Paris, which was a truly magical experience. Riding classic attractions like ‘It’s a Small World’ and, ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’, and ‘Space Mountain’; allowed us to relive beloved childhood memories and experience the thrill of adventure. The lively parades, dazzling shows, and meet-and-greets with beloved Disney characters added an extra layer of magic to our visit. Moreover, the opportunity to interact with students from different cultural backgrounds and share our love for Disney created a sense of camaraderie and joy. It was a day filled with laughter, fun, and a sense of carefree happiness that is often associated with Disney. Overall, our visit to Disneyland Paris was a delightful escape from reality, allowing us to embrace our inner child and create cherished memories that will stay with us for a lifetime.
On the third day, we had the privilege of visiting the Eiffel Tower, an architectural marvel that offered breathtaking views of the city. Later, we explored the Louvre Museum, where we marveled at masterpieces like the Mona Lisa and learned about art and history. Visiting the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre Museum was a highlight of our trip to Paris. The Eiffel Tower, an iconic symbol of France, left us in awe with its grandeur and breathtaking views of the city. As we ascended the tower, we were captivated by the panoramic vistas of Paris, and it was a surreal experience to witness the city from such a remarkable vantage point. The intricate iron lattice structure of the tower and its historical significance truly made it a memorable visit for all of us.
Following our visit to the Eiffel Tower, we had the privilege of exploring the Louvre Museum, one of the world’s largest and most visited museums. The Louvre’s vast collection of art and artifacts, including the famous Mona Lisa and the Venus de Milo, provided us with an enriching cultural experience. We could appreciate masterpieces from different periods of history, and the museum’s architecture and ambiance added to the overall sense of wonder and appreciation for art and history.
Both the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre Museum offered us a deeper understanding of French culture, history, and artistic achievements. These visits allowed us to immerse ourselves in the beauty and significance of these renowned landmarks, leaving a lasting impression on each of us.
Our journey continued as we transferred to Geneva on the 2nd of November. There, we had the privilege of visiting CERN and the UN headquarters, which provided us with valuable insights into international organizations and their work. During our visit to the United Nations (UN) headquarters and the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), we had the privilege of gaining firsthand insights into two globally significant institutions.
At the UN headquarters, we were able to witness the inner workings of an organization dedicated to maintaining international peace and security, developing friendly relations among nations, and promoting social progress, better living standards, and human rights. We learned about the UN’s various agencies, such as UNICEF and the World Health Organization, and their efforts to address global challenges, including poverty, climate change, and humanitarian crises. This experience broadened our understanding of international diplomacy and the complexities of addressing global issues through multilateral cooperation.
Our visit to CERN, the world’s largest particle physics laboratory, was equally fascinating. We had the opportunity to explore the cutting-edge research being conducted in the field of particle physics and the groundbreaking discoveries that have emerged from CERN’s experiments. We learned about the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the world’s most powerful particle accelerator, and its role in advancing our understanding of the fundamental laws of nature. Witnessing the scale and complexity of CERN’s scientific endeavors left a profound impression on us, igniting our curiosity about the mysteries of the universe and the potential applications of particle physics in addressing real-world challenges. Both visits provided us with a deeper appreciation for the interconnectedness of the global community and the pivotal role of scientific research in shaping our understanding of the universe. These experiences not only enriched our academic knowledge but also inspired us to consider the impact we can have on the world as future leaders and innovators.
The following day, on November 4th, we ascended Mt. Titlis, where we were treated to breathtaking panoramic views and the thrill of experiencing snow-capped peaks. The journey to Mt. Titlis began with a scenic cable car ride, which provided us with panoramic views of the surrounding alpine landscape. As we ascended, we were captivated by the sheer beauty of the snow-covered peaks, pristine glaciers, and the vast expanse of the Swiss countryside below. Upon reaching the summit, we were greeted by a winter wonderland. The crisp mountain air and the panoramic views from the observation deck left us in awe. We marveled at the breathtaking vistas, taking in the splendor of the Alps and the surrounding valleys.
Our visit to the Rhine Falls and the Lindt Chocolate World on November 5th added a delightful touch to our journey, allowing us to marvel at the natural beauty of Switzerland and indulge in its renowned chocolate culture. Visiting the Rhine Falls and Lindt Chocolate World as a student was an enriching and delightful experience. The Rhine Falls, located in Switzerland, is Europe’s largest waterfall, and witnessing its awe-inspiring natural beauty left a lasting impression on all of us. The sheer power and majesty of the cascading waters against the backdrop of picturesque surroundings were truly breathtaking. We had the opportunity to get up close to the falls, feeling the mist on our faces and hearing the thundering roar of the water, which made for a memorable and immersive experience.
Following our visit to the Rhine Falls, we had the pleasure of exploring the Lindt Chocolate World. As students with a sweet tooth, this visit was inspiring. We learned about the history of chocolate making, from the cultivation of cocoa beans to the intricate process of creating delectable chocolate treats. The interactive exhibits and demonstrations allowed us to gain a deeper appreciation for the art and science of chocolate production. Of course, the best part was indulging in the delicious samples and experiencing the rich, velvety flavors of Lindt chocolate firsthand. Throughout the trip, the teachers played a crucial role in maintaining and organizing every group. Their hard work and dedication ensured that each student had a safe and enjoyable experience.
They meticulously planned the itinerary, managed logistics, and provided guidance and support to all of us. Their efforts were commendable, and we are grateful for their commitment to making this trip a memorable one.
I would like to extend a special thanks to our coordinators, Arpit Sharma and Jaya Shahi, for their unwavering commitment to ensuring that our trip was nothing short of perfect. Their hard work truly made this trip an unforgettable and seamless experience for all of us. Their efforts did not go unnoticed and were deeply appreciated by all of us.
As a student, I am grateful for the opportunity to have participated in this enriching journey. The memories and knowledge gained from this trip will undoubtedly leave a lasting impact on my personal and academic growth. I extend my sincere appreciation to the school and the teachers for orchestrating such a memorable and educational experience. We returned home with a deeper understanding of history, art, and the importance of global cooperation.
By – Mitra Banthia DP1


छात्रों की समग्र शिक्षा

स्कूली यात्राएँ छात्रों की समग्र शिक्षा में महत्वपूर्ण भूमिका निभाती हैं। ये भ्रमण छात्रों को पारंपरिक कक्षा सेटिंग से बाहर निकलने और वास्तविक दुनिया के अनुभवों से जुड़ने का एक अनूठा अवसर प्रदान करते हैं। संग्रहालयों, ऐतिहासिक स्थलों और सांस्कृतिक स्थलों का दौरा करके, छात्र स्कूल में पढ़े गए विषयों की गहरी समझ हासिल कर सकते हैं। इसके अतिरिक्त, स्कूल यात्राएँ टीम वर्क, स्वतंत्रता और सांस्कृतिक जागरूकता को प्रोत्साहित करके सामाजिक और व्यक्तिगत विकास को बढ़ावा देती हैं। वे छात्रों को एक अलग वातावरण में अपने साथियों और शिक्षकों के साथ जुड़ने का मौका भी देते हैं। कुल मिलाकर, स्कूली यात्राएँ छात्रों के क्षितिज को व्यापक बनाने, उनकी शिक्षा को बढ़ाने और स्थायी यादें बनाने में अमूल्य हैं।
एमआईटी विश्वशांति गुरुकुल द्वारा 29 अक्टूबर से 6 नवंबर, 2023 तक आयोजित पेरिस और स्विट्जरलैंड की 7 दिवसीय यात्रा, सभी 123 छात्रों के लिए वास्तव में एक उल्लेखनीय अनुभव था। यात्रा कार्यक्रम रोमांचक और शैक्षिक गतिविधियों से भरा हुआ था, जो मनोरंजन और सीखने का एक आदर्श मिश्रण प्रदान करता था। . यह यात्रा हमारे लिए इन दो शानदार स्थलों की समृद्ध सांस्कृतिक विरासत और प्राकृतिक सुंदरता का पता लगाने और अनुभव करने का एक अविश्वसनीय अवसर था। यात्रा कार्यक्रम रोमांचक गतिविधियों से भरा हुआ था इससे हमें इन खूबसूरत स्थलों की समृद्ध संस्कृति और इतिहास का पता लगाने का अनुभव मिला।
यात्रा पेरिस की खोज के साथ शुरू हुई, जिसमें शहर का दौरा और एक रमणीय सीन नदी क्रूज शामिल था। नदी से एफिल टॉवर और नोट्रे-डेम कैथेड्रल जैसे पेरिस के प्रतिष्ठित स्थलों को देखना एक मंत्रमुग्ध कर देने वाला अनुभव था।
अगले दिन, हमें डिज़नीलैंड पेरिस में अपने बचपन के सपनों को फिर से जीने का अवसर मिला, जो वास्तव में एक जादुई अनुभव था। “इट्स ए स्मॉल वर्ल्ड,” “पाइरेट्स ऑफ द कैरेबियन,” और “स्पेस माउंटेन” जैसे क्लासिक आकर्षणों की सवारी ने हमें बचपन की प्यारी यादों को ताजा करने और रोमांच के रोमांच का अनुभव करने की अनुमति दी। जीवंत परेड, चमकदार शो और प्रिय डिज्नी पात्रों के साथ मुलाकात और स्वागत ने हमारी यात्रा में जादू की एक अतिरिक्त परत जोड़ दी।
. इसके अलावा, विभिन्न सांस्कृतिक पृष्ठभूमि के छात्रों के साथ बातचीत करने और डिज्नी के प्रति अपने प्यार को साझा करने के अवसर ने सौहार्द और खुशी की भावना पैदा की। यह हँसी-मज़ाक, मौज-मस्ती और बेफिक्र ख़ुशी की भावना से भरा दिन था जो अक्सर डिज़्नी से जुड़ा होता है।
कुल मिलाकर, डिज़नीलैंड पेरिस की हमारी यात्रा वास्तविकता से एक सुखद पलायन थी, जिससे हमें अपने भीतर के बच्चे को गले लगाने और पोषित यादें बनाने का मौका मिला जो जीवन भर हमारे साथ रहेंगी।
तीसरे दिन, हमें एफिल टॉवर देखने का सौभाग्य मिला, जो एक वास्तुशिल्प चमत्कार है जो शहर के लुभावने दृश्य पेश करता है। बाद में, हमने लौवर संग्रहालय का दौरा किया, जहां हमने मोना लिसा जैसी उत्कृष्ट कृतियों को देखा और कला और इतिहास के बारे में सीखा। एफिल टॉवर और लौवर संग्रहालय का दौरा हमारी पेरिस यात्रा का मुख्य आकर्षण था। एफिल टॉवर, जो फ्रांस का एक प्रतिष्ठित प्रतीक है, ने अपनी भव्यता और शहर के मनमोहक दृश्यों से हमें आश्चर्यचकित कर दिया। जैसे ही हम टॉवर पर चढ़े, हम पेरिस के मनोरम दृश्यों से मंत्रमुग्ध हो गए, और ऐसे उल्लेखनीय सुविधाजनक स्थान से शहर को देखना एक अवास्तविक अनुभव था। टावर की जटिल लोहे की जालीदार संरचना और इसके ऐतिहासिक महत्व ने वास्तव में इसे हम सभी के लिए एक यादगार यात्रा बना दिया।
एफिल टॉवर की हमारी यात्रा के बाद, हमें लौवर संग्रहालय की खोज करने का सौभाग्य मिला, जो दुनिया के सबसे बड़े और सबसे अधिक देखे जाने वाले संग्रहालयों में से एक है।प्रसिद्ध मोना लिसा और वीनस डी मिलो सहित लौवर की कला और कलाकृतियों के विशाल संग्रह ने हमें एक समृद्ध सांस्कृतिक अनुभव प्रदान किया। हम इतिहास के विभिन्न कालखंडों की उत्कृष्ट कृतियों की सराहना करने में सक्षम थे, और संग्रहालय की वास्तुकला और माहौल ने कला और इतिहास के लिए आश्चर्य और प्रशंसा की समग्र भावना को जोड़ा।
एफिल टॉवर और लौवर संग्रहालय दोनों ने हमें फ्रांसीसी संस्कृति, इतिहास और कलात्मक उपलब्धियों की गहरी समझ प्रदान की। इन यात्राओं ने हमें इन प्रसिद्ध स्थलों की सुंदरता और महत्व में डूबने का मौका दिया, जिससे हममें से प्रत्येक पर एक स्थायी प्रभाव पड़ा।
2 नवंबर को जिनेवा स्थानांतरित होने तक हमारी यात्रा जारी रही। वहां, हमें सीईआरएन और संयुक्त राष्ट्र मुख्यालय का दौरा करने का सौभाग्य मिला, जिससे हमें अंतरराष्ट्रीय संगठनों और उनके काम के बारे में बहुमूल्य जानकारी मिली।
संयुक्त राष्ट्र (यूएन) मुख्यालय और यूरोपीय परमाणु अनुसंधान संगठन (सीईआरएन) की हमारी यात्रा के दौरान, हमें विश्व स्तर पर दो महत्वपूर्ण संस्थानों के बारे में प्रत्यक्ष जानकारी प्राप्त करने का सौभाग्य मिला।
संयुक्त राष्ट्र मुख्यालय में, हम अंतरराष्ट्रीय शांति और सुरक्षा बनाए रखने, राष्ट्रों के बीच मैत्रीपूर्ण संबंध विकसित करने और सामाजिक प्रगति, बेहतर जीवन स्तर और मानवाधिकारों को बढ़ावा देने के लिए समर्पित एक संगठन की आंतरिक कार्यप्रणाली को देखने में सक्षम थे। हमने संयुक्त राष्ट्र की विभिन्न एजेंसियों, जैसे कि यूनिसेफ और विश्व स्वास्थ्य संगठन, और गरीबी, जलवायु परिवर्तन और मानवीय संकटों सहित वैश्विक चुनौतियों का समाधान करने के उनके प्रयासों के बारे में सीखा। इस अनुभव ने अंतर्राष्ट्रीय कूटनीति और बहुपक्षीय सहयोग के माध्यम से वैश्विक मुद्दों को संबोधित करने की जटिलताओं के बारे में हमारी समझ को व्यापक बनाया।
विश्व की सबसे बड़ी कण भौतिकी प्रयोगशाला CERN की हमारी यात्रा भी उतनी ही आकर्षक थी। हमें कण भौतिकी के क्षेत्र में किए जा रहे अत्याधुनिक अनुसंधान और सीईआरएन के प्रयोगों से उभरी अभूतपूर्व खोजों का पता लगाने का अवसर मिला। हमने दुनिया के सबसे शक्तिशाली कण त्वरक लार्ज हैड्रॉन कोलाइडर (एलएचसी) और प्रकृति के मूलभूत नियमों के बारे में हमारी समझ को आगे बढ़ाने में इसकी भूमिका के बारे में सीखा। सीईआरएन के वैज्ञानिक प्रयासों के पैमाने और जटिलता को देखकर हम पर गहरा प्रभाव पड़ा, जिससे ब्रह्मांड के रहस्यों और वास्तविक दुनिया की चुनौतियों से निपटने में कण भौतिकी के संभावित अनुप्रयोगों के बारे में हमारी जिज्ञासा जागृत हुई। दोनों यात्राओं ने हमें वैश्विक समुदाय के अंतर्संबंध और ब्रह्मांड के बारे में हमारी समझ को आकार देने में वैज्ञानिक अनुसंधान की महत्वपूर्ण भूमिका के लिए गहरी सराहना प्रदान की। इन अनुभवों ने न केवल हमारे शैक्षणिक ज्ञान को समृद्ध किया बल्कि हमें भविष्य के नेताओं और नवप्रवर्तकों के रूप में दुनिया पर पड़ने वाले प्रभाव पर विचार करने के लिए भी प्रेरित किया।
अगले दिन, 4 नवंबर को, हम माउंट टिट्लिस पर चढ़े, जहां हमें लुभावने मनोरम दृश्यों और बर्फ से ढकी चोटियों का अनुभव करने का रोमांच मिला। माउंट टिट्लिस की यात्रा एक सुंदर केबल कार की सवारी के साथ शुरू हुई, जिसने हमें आसपास के अल्पाइन परिदृश्य के मनोरम दृश्य प्रदान किए। जैसे ही हम ऊपर चढ़े, हम बर्फ से ढकी चोटियों, प्राचीन ग्लेशियरों और नीचे स्विस ग्रामीण इलाकों के विशाल विस्तार की सुंदरता से मंत्रमुग्ध हो गए। शिखर पर पहुंचने पर, हमारा स्वागत एक शीतकालीन वंडरलैंड ने किया। ताज़ा पहाड़ी हवा और अवलोकन डेक से मनोरम दृश्यों ने हमें आश्चर्यचकित कर दिया। हमने आल्प्स और आसपास की घाटियों की भव्यता को देखते हुए, लुभावने दृश्यों को देखा। राइन फॉल्स की हमारी यात्रा और 5 नवंबर को लिंड्ट चॉकलेट वर्ल्ड की यात्रा ने हमारी यात्रा में एक आनंददायक स्पर्श जोड़ा, जिससे हमें आश्चर्यचकित होने का मौका मिला। स्विट्जरलैंड की प्राकृतिक सुंदरता और इसकी प्रसिद्ध चॉकलेट संस्कृति का आनंद लें। छात्रों के रूप में राइन फॉल्स और लिंड्ट चॉकलेट वर्ल्ड का दौरा एक समृद्ध और आनंददायक अनुभव था। स्विट्जरलैंड में स्थित राइन फॉल्स, यूरोप का सबसे बड़ा झरना है और इसकी विस्मयकारी प्राकृतिक सुंदरता को देखकर हम सभी पर एक अमिट छाप पड़ी है। सुरम्य परिवेश की पृष्ठभूमि में गिरते पानी की विशाल शक्ति और महिमा वास्तव में लुभावनी थी। हमें झरने के करीब जाने, अपने चेहरे पर धुंध महसूस करने और पानी की गड़गड़ाहट सुनने का अवसर मिला, जो एक यादगार और गहन अनुभव बन गया।
राइन फॉल्स की अपनी यात्रा के बाद, हमें लिंड्ट चॉकलेट वर्ल्ड की खोज का आनंद मिला। मीठे स्वाद के शौकीन छात्रों के रूप में, यह यात्रा विशेष रूप से रोमांचक थी। हमने चॉकलेट बनाने के इतिहास के बारे में सीखा, कोको बीन्स की खेती से लेकर स्वादिष्ट चॉकलेट व्यंजन बनाने की जटिल प्रक्रिया तक। इंटरैक्टिव प्रदर्शनियों और प्रदर्शनों ने हमें चॉकलेट उत्पादन की कला और विज्ञान के बारे में गहरी सराहना हासिल करने की अनुमति दी। बेशक, सबसे अच्छी बात स्वादिष्ट नमूनों का आनंद लेना और लिंड्ट चॉकलेट के समृद्ध, मखमली स्वाद का प्रत्यक्ष अनुभव करना था। पूरी यात्रा के दौरान, शिक्षकों ने हर समूह को बनाए रखने और व्यवस्थित करने में महत्वपूर्ण भूमिका निभाई। उनकी कड़ी मेहनत और समर्पण ने सुनिश्चित किया कि प्रत्येक छात्र को एक सुरक्षित और सुखद अनुभव मिले। उन्होंने सावधानीपूर्वक यात्रा कार्यक्रम की योजना बनाई, लॉजिस्टिक्स का प्रबंधन किया और हम सभी को मार्गदर्शन और सहायता प्रदान की। उनके प्रयास सराहनीय थे, और हम इस यात्रा को यादगार बनाने के लिए उनकी प्रतिबद्धता के लिए आभारी हैं। मैं हमारे समन्वयक, अर्पित शर्मा और जया शाही को विशेष धन्यवाद देना चाहती हूं, यह सुनिश्चित करने के लिए उनकी अटूट प्रतिबद्धता के लिए कि हमारी यात्रा में कोई कमी नहीं है। परिपूर्ण का. उनकी कड़ी मेहनत ने वास्तव में इस यात्रा को हम सभी के लिए एक अविस्मरणीय और सहज अनुभव बना दिया। एक छात्रl के रूप में, मैं इस समृद्ध यात्रा में भाग लेने के अवसर के लिए आभारी हूं। इस यात्रा से प्राप्त यादें और ज्ञान निस्संदेह मेरे व्यक्तिगत और शैक्षणिक विकास पर स्थायी प्रभाव छोड़ेंगे। मैं इस तरह के यादगार और शैक्षिक अनुभव के आयोजन के लिए स्कूल और शिक्षकों की हार्दिक सराहना कर्ति हूं। हम इतिहास, कला और वैश्विक सहयोग के महत्व की गहरी समझ के साथ घर लौटे।
By – Mitra Banthia DP1

ISSO National Games

ISSO National Games
MIT’s Vishwashanti Gurukul was the proud host of the 5th ISSO NATIONAL GAMES TENNIS AND ARCHERY sports meet. ISSO, the International Schools Sports Organisation, has envisioned a structured platform to nurture athletic talent across schools affiliated with international curriculums, officially recognized by the School Games Federation of India.
This pioneering initiative, dedicated to fostering sports within international curriculum schools affiliated with esteemed boards such as Cambridge, IB, and others, aims to strengthen the sports culture. We are honored to organize this grand event in our 125-acre campus, providing top-notch sports amenities.
We were honored to extend a heartfelt welcome to all esteemed dignitaries and were privileged to have the Director [Admin] of ISSO Ms. Aakansha Thapak gracing this occasion and Mr. Abhishek Saraswat the admin head of ISSO as guest of honor.
We had participants from 33 International schools across India on our campus for the ISSO Tennis and Archery Tournament, showcasing an array of exciting and challenging matches. The tournament, which spanned both day and night from the 24th to the 28th, proved to be a fantastic platform for students to demonstrate their skills and gain valuable experience.
Among the highlights, our tennis team secured a commendable silver medal in the doubles under 14 category, displaying exceptional teamwork and sportsmanship. In archery, our participants achieved outstanding success, clinching an impressive 6 gold, 7 silver, and 1 bronze medal. These remarkable performances have earned them a well-deserved spot in the SGFI National Games
Congratulations to all the participants for their dedication and achievements in making this tournament a memorable success.
We look forward to more such opportunities for our students to shine on both regional and national stages.

By Mr. Balwant Singh


ISSO National Games

I was selected to represent MIT Vishwashanti Gurukul Archery recurve bow under the 14 category. Due to Diwali vacations, I couldn’t practice up to the mark and till 23 November the day before ISSO was held, I was underconfident, nervous, and doubted myself. But with the help and encouragement from my family and archery coach, I performed well in the ISSO held on 24 November under the 14 category secured second place, and went home with a Silver medal.
By Sharanya Udayan MYP 3

Ethics Olympiad

Ten students from MIT Vishwashanti Gurukul showcased their intellectual prowess at the Ethics Olympiad 2022–2023 on November 28. Prepared diligently over a month, participants from Middle Year Programs 4 and 5 engaged in ethical discussions during the day-long event, featuring a practice heat and three scored rounds. The Olympiad not only emphasises academic excellence but also serves as a platform for fostering unity among schools and encouraging diverse perspectives. Undeterred by challenges, our students secured 1st and 3rd positions in the middle school category, a testament to their unwavering commitment and insightful contributions. MIT Vishwashanti Gurukul takes pride in nurturing individuals who embody values of integrity and critical thinking. We express gratitude to the Ethics Olympiad organisers, anticipating continued growth and ethical exploration in the future.

By Lavanya Charan MYP 5

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