Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Good Shepherd Model United Nations -2018

Good Shepherd Model United Nations was held from 13 September 2018 to 15 September 2018 at Palada Campus.

The theme for this year is ‘Recognizing and Countering Devolution of Mankind’.

Lt Gen Amrik Singh AVSM, SM, Commandant, Defence Services Staff College, Wellington was the chief guest for the opening ceremony. He addressed the gathering and interacted with the students.

Sessions of various UN committees such as Disarmament and International Security (DISEC), Economic and Financial (ECOFIN) Social, Humanitarian and Cultural (SOCHUM), Special Political and Decolonization (SPECPOL), UN Human Rights Council (HRC), The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), Environmental Commission (EC), Security Council (SC)  were conducted by the students.

Colonel Ajai Shukla (Retd), Journalist & Consulting Editor, Business Standard was the chief guest for the closing ceremony.

Opening Ceremony 

Arrival of the Chief Guest

Flag Presentation 

Welcome Address by Master Prabhraj  Singh Bhatia

Address by the Chief Guest,Lt Gen Amrik Singh AVSM, SM

 Musical Interlude



Speeches by the Heads/ Co- heads of MUN Committees

MUN Sessions 

Closing Ceremony 

Arrival of the Chief Guest
Welcome Address by Miss Yashvi N Vadalia
Address by the Chief Guest


Monday, September 17, 2018

World Ozone Day -2018

Good Shepherd International School, Fernhill campus, observed World Ozone Day on 16 September 2018 to bring awareness towards the health hazards and ecological imbalance caused by the depletion of the ozone layer present in the atmosphere.

The students gave a presentation through speeches by Azfar, Pranav Natraj and Niyathi on “What is ozone layer?” and “Why are some ozone good while some bad?”
Students of Grade III presented an action song on Ozone Day and also gave some information on minimising the use of such modern equipment like refrigerators and ACs, which release the harmful CFC compound that is the root cause of the weakening of the ozone layer, which protects the Earth from the harmful Ultra Violet rays of sun.

The students of Grade VI presented a skit on three parts, Act I- Plant Trees, Save Trees, Act II- Save Water and Act III- Cleanliness.  Also Grade VI and Grade V students prepared bookmarks for the Ozone Day and presented for their juniors which were given by Ms. Deepa Suresh, Vice Principal and Mr. Milton, Director of Activities.