Ms Neena Mathur, Principal, APS, Nehru Road handing over the Trophy to the Student Council of APS, Nehru Road
AWES NATIONAL QUIZ COMPETITION It is a matter of great pride that APS Nehru Road, Lucknow won the 1st Runners up Trophy at the AWES NATIONAL QUIZ 2017 which was held at APS, Bolarum, Secunderabad where winners of all the Six Commands participated. The participating schools included APS, Bengaluru, APS, Nehru Road, Lucknow, APS Ambala, APS, Udhampur, APS, Ranchi, & APS, Kolkata. Our Quiz Team comprising Aman Jha (XD), Sparsh Singh (XB) & Nikita Bisht (XB) were presented with a Trophy, Certificates & Cash Prize of ₹ 6000 each.
31ST ANNUAL FOUNDERS’ DAY VISUAL ART AND SCIENCE EXHIBITION APS, Nehru Road, Lucknow celebrated its 31st Founders’ Day with a grand ‘Visual Art & Science Exhibition’ in its Auditorium. The Chief Guestfor the occasion was Dr Sumedha Kochhar. The function was also attended by Mrs Dimple Khanna, Mrs Sumedha Mahajan, Brig Ajit Kapoor, Brig Arty & Chairman APS, Nehru Road, Mrs Abha Kapoor, Col R V Singh, Dir, AWES and a number of senior army & civil dignitaries.
The budding scientists of the school displayed their scientific ability through various exhibits. Students prepared models on the theme ‘Global Connectivity’ and its usage in day to day life. Hologram Model for 3D Tutorials, Eco Bill Board, Elevated Modern Bus Stand, & Environmental Purifiers were some of the models prepared by the students. The major attractions of the exhibition were Border Surveillance System and Fire Fighting Rover prepared by the young computer wizards of the school.
The colourful exhibits of the Visual Arts were the cynosure of all eyes. Surrealism Paintings, Beautiful Paintings of Gorjala, Dimitra Milan and Vaikuntham enraptured everyone. Straw Hat Paintings, Ceramic Craft, Bamboo Work, Beautiful Terracotta Sculptures, blending of POP work with Quilling, Paper Pots, Dry Wall Paintings, Tyre Furniture and last but not the least showcases, counters and corner stands prepared by the students of Carpentry were appreciated by one and all.
The tiny tots of the Primary Wing were at par with the seniors and impressed the visitors with a wide variety of exhibits showcasing different types of art forms famous all over the world. Students created decorative pieces such as Warli, Madhubani, Egyptian paintings etc. Creatively made dolls, kites, puppets and masks were much admired by the visitors.
The Chief Guest showed a keen interest in each and every display and appreciated the efforts of the students. The Exhibition was a stupendous success and was highly appreciated by all.
GLIMPSES OF THE EXHIBITION