The value of sports in the degree of education is very high; it brings discipline in the mind of the students. At Manthan we aim for perfection in everything…including sports. An energetic session on 24th August’17 with Mr. Harpreet Singh was indeed an insightful and fun filled experience. Mr. Harpreet Singh, Director Sports at the Special Olympics Bharat has been associated with the organization for more than two and a half decades. ‘Special Olympics Bharat’ is a National Sports Federation under the ‘Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports’.
In his interaction with the students Mr. Singh emphasized on both physical and mental well being as the prerequisites for great achievements in one’s life. He conducted few on the spot exercises for the students after which students were taken outdoors to play games. It taught students the value of time and how important a minute, a fraction of moment or even a second is to decide the fate of young sportsman.
The session helped the students to understand the importance of time, building competitive spirit and also collaborative existence. Sports and games are the right avenues to channelize the energy and vitality of students.
This week saw us host an inspiring interactive session at the Manthan School with Mr. Saurabh Jain, Assistant Commissioner of Income Tax as the guest speaker on Tuesday i.e 18th July’17. He spoke on the importance of time management in students’ life, procuring a balance between the academics and co-curricular activities and futility of social media sites popular amongst the students. He laid emphasis on the importance of ambition in student life and how it provides new essence to shape up the future. Despite the audience being very young starting from grade 3 to 7, the event was very lively with curious group of children fondly interacting with Mr. Jain.
Such sessions break the monotony and might inspire many!
The Manthan School extend heartiest thanks to Ms. Paroma Singh for addressing the students and teachers on Thursday, 20th April, 2017 on the importance of Earth Day. She conducted two separate interactive sessions, one for the students of Grade 1 to 7 and another for Nestlings and Fledglings. She discussed various ways to protect our precious earth and its valuable resources, so that they can be available to us for many years to come. Her inspiring ideas greatly encouraged students to practice the three R’s....Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. She shared that she believes that such events creates much needed awareness amongst the children and adults