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Rabindranath World School, DLF City, Phase-III, Gurgaon students had a great interaction with a young, vibrant author of a detective book “THE KILLING OF MR HEATHCOTE”, Ms. Meghna Singhee. She created a crime scene to catch the interest of the students and set their minds ticking. Ms. Singhee read out excerpts from her book and then patiently answered all questions of the students. She told the children that if they are keen observers they can train their minds to work as good detectives or writers.

At one point, she asked children to “read like a butterfly and write like a bee”.

On being asked about what inspired her to create P.I. Pojo, she smiled and answered that she used to read a lot of detective books but mostly got inspired by Agatha Christie. The school editorial board took her interview. A large number of students lined up to get their books signed by her.

The Principal, Dr. Kiran R Banerji, thanked the proprietor of BookVook and Penguin Random House for arranging this session in the school.


    Independence Day 2015 celebration
    Independence Day 2015 celebration   ...News & Updates

    Independence Day 2015 was celebrated at Rabindranath World School, DLF City, Phase-III, Gurgaon with great enthusiasm by the school children. The Chief Guest on the occasion was Mr. C. D. Mittal, owner of Nirmal Manufacturing & Marketing Company and founder of Smt. Urmila Mittal Memorial Trust. The Pre-Primary children put up an enthralling dance followed by patriotic songs and poems.

    The Chief Guest praised the students and teachers for their effort and has assured any help needed for education of poor.


      Encouraging Learners to Think and Talk Maths
      A workshop on “Encouraging Learners to Think and Talk Maths” for Primary teachers.   ...News & Updates

      A workshop on “Encouraging Learners to Think and Talk Maths” for Primary teachers was held at Rabindranath World School, DLF City Phase-III, Gurgaon on Wednesday, 12th August,2015.  Forty five teachers from 22 schools of Gurgaon attended the full day workshop, which was conducted by Ms. Veena Raizada, Director Academics with Next Education. There were a number of group activities and games that can be used to generate interest in students. All participating teachers were actively involved. The main emphasis was on making young learners enjoy maths. Certificates were given to all participants at the end of the workshop.


        MUN 2015
        Rabindranath World School, Gurgaon organised “RWS MUN-15” in the school on 05th & 06th August, 2015.   ...News & Updates

        Rabindranath World School, Gurgaon organised “RWS MUN-15” in the school on 05th & 06th August, 2015. The session commenced by the lighting of the lamp by the Director, Mrs. Manisha Tomar and the Principal, Dr. Kiran R Banerji. The sessions held over the course of two days had delegates deliberate on “Current situation in the Middle East” and “International Security Agencies” and come up with effective resolutions in collaboration with fellow delegates on these sensitive issues. The young students representing various countries came up with very effective suggestions.

        Ashley Chaudhary and Sanchit Singh were assigned the responsibilities of the Secretary General and the Secretary respectively.

        The sessions were an eye-opener to some intricate aspects of the world issues. Delegates used all their diplomacy and ingenious methods of reasoning and argument to defend their country’s policies. They asserted their country’s stance on the floor.

        Open forum witnessed heated debates by the members on the topic “National Health Scheme affordable for each citizen”. Members came well informed with points to state why NHS in India has not been successful as compared to in the western world. Many positive points were also highlighted. It was heartening to note the solution suggested by young delegates.

                    The two days of MUN gave our students an overview of the advantages of being an MUNite. They imbibed skills like leadership qualities, Negotiating skills, Problem solving approach, Debating skill and Presentation skills.

        New delegates developed a better sense of the debating processes and the skills required to argue a case persuasively. Delegates of Australia, USA, Syria, Japan and Russia came up as excellent speakers and debators during Caucuses and open forum.

        Apart from serious moments, there were a lot of fun filled moments too. The two days of rich experience culminated with the closing ceremony. The Principal appreciated the efforts and active participation of the MUNites. She thanked the teachers individually for their effort in training the students. The Chairman presented the trophies to the best speakers and delegates and motivated them to pursue their interests and hobbies with passion to succeed in life.